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The Rumsfeldian Militarization of US Foreign Policy…

(Remember what Donad Rumsfeld said every time your government says they’ll stop doing anything in response to public demand, including stopping the NSA from spying on you)

A New Plan: Make U.S. Foreign Policy Swifter, Stronger and More Agile
We propose a solution: a complete reorganization of the structure of how we conduct foreign policy in ‘fragile states’ such as Iraq. In the nations where a United States diplomatic presence exists, we recommend increased authorities in the field for a veteran ambassador. The ambassador must have the experience and the staff to understand both the political and the military issues that must be confronted. He or she and the staff must write and submit the comprehensive plan for interagency debate and presidential approval in Washington. The ambassador must be able to obtain unfiltered counsel from the military’s four-star regional combatant commander. Once this plan is approved, the ambassador must have the authority to approve the timing and extent of all diplomatic, military, intelligence and other actions in the country.
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— Ronald E. Neumann , Dennis Blair and Eric Olson: “A New Plan: Make U.S. Foreign Policy Swifter, Stronger and More Agile”, DefenseOne

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US military personnel are now officially Nazi Collaborators. Soldier! Mutiny!US troops war game with #Ukraine army troops (http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2014/09/19/u-s-troop-participation-at-ukrainian-war-games-sends-message-to-russia/) of whom some wear #Nazi insignias

US military personnel are now officially Nazi Collaborators. Soldier! Mutiny!

US troops war game with #Ukraine army troops (http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/2014/09/19/u-s-troop-participation-at-ukrainian-war-games-sends-message-to-russia/) of whom some wear #Nazi insignias
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It’s “#ThankAPoliceOfficerDay" @Twitter.

Patriotic thought… It wouldn’t be #ThankAPoliceOfficerDay without fireworks.

It’s “#ThankAPoliceOfficerDay" @Twitter.

Patriotic thought… It wouldn’t be #ThankAPoliceOfficerDay without fireworks.

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"You are mistaking me for somebody else. My husband perished. And he perished through a fault of our government."
Because they allowed him to go, as a private citizen, to Donbas, to fight for his compatriots? Because he was bringing OSCE monitored aid and got run over by a truck or killed in a Kyiv air force strafing? Because he couldn’t get medical aid for a condition that’s kept him from active duty for the last five years?

See my comment onsite. Rinse, lather, repeat. Rinse, lather, repeat Rinse, lather… If you repeat the BIG LIE often enough, SOMEONE will believe it.
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After this surge of publicity that questions the Agency’s integrity, the media itself soon begins to question the veracity of the original story. A completely one-sided media campaign is averted, and reporting on the issue becomes polarized rather than wholly anti-CIA. By one count, press stories skeptical of the charges against CIA actually begin to outnumber those giving the story credence. A review of the CIA drug conspiracy story — from its inception in August 1996 with the San Jose Mercury-News stories — shows that a ground base of already productive relations with journalists and an effective response by the Director of Central Intelligence’s (DCI) Public Affairs Staff helped prevent this story from becoming an unmitigated disaster.
Direct download link, Mega.co.nz, ‘Gary Webb Dark Alliance-CIA Drug Conspiracy-CIADOC_0001372115.pdf' 400 KB

[Actual size of scanned dox images when copied from pdf, 2560x3300px]

See: CIA Puts 249 Declassified “Studies in Intelligence” (In-house periodical) Articles Online for more info and Dox

Matthew Aid, who brought this FOIA Dox Dump to my attention summarizes some of them at his Tumblr.
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