This is War

We have to be smarter.

Somebody said there’s no more money to be made in the arms industry.

Not even close.

Profitability is HOW MUCH YOU EARN versus how much you spend.

So here we go:

There’s no more money to be had in banking, broadcasting, financial services, transportation, software, semiconductors, and…soft drinks than there is in the arms industry.

The “military-industrial complex” doesn’t even make the list, give HOW MUCH IT SPENDS.

Here’s what you have to do:

When somebody says something, LOOK IT UP.

Get into that habit.

Don’t just keep galumphing along, fueled by myths.

To this day, people refuse to accept the fact that it’s not possible to conduct clandestine military operations if you go on TV and give progress reports.

Once you start talking about them publicly, they’re no longer clandestine.

See how that works?

The problem is a divorce from reality. You’ve been conditioned by TV, movies, and social media to think that you’re going to be given inside information.

It’s not going to happen.


The people conducting the clandestine operations are going to lie to your face and tell you that they AREN’T doing anything.

That’s why I’ve been telling you for years to not take things at face value.

The best operations are conducted in an atmosphere of manufactured total confusion.

So I’m sorry, but you’re out of the loop, and you will NEVER be allowed in.

I just watched a documentary about three former cops who robbed an armored truck of about $1.3 million in cash.

It was a brilliantly planned and executed crime. They murdered the driver because they rationalized that he knew the risks he took.

Guess how these murderers were caught?

They immediately started buying sports cars, boats, jet skis, and so on.

And they bragged about what they did.

They kept the cash in their garages and flashed it whenever possible.

Hauling them in was child’s play.


In Grozny in 1994, the Chechens destroyed two Russian armored brigades using three-man teams:

Rocket-propelled grenade gunner, machine gunner, and sniper.

They forced all the troops to keep their heads down while they picked off the tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, and armored personnel carriers one by one.

The Chechens were so proud that they told the world about it.

So the US Marines sent an intelligence team to interview them.

The Chechens drew maps and showed the concentric killing rings, and they explained how the teams kept from being detected.

The marines filed away the report.

Ten years later, Chechens were imported to Fallujah to defeat marine armored columns.

The marines dusted off the report from Grozny and learned all about the Chechen battle plan.

You know how the marines dealt with the Chechen hunter-killer teams?


Those are 25mm cannons.

When you have time, here’s a 20-minute documentary about the gun.

Imagine what this weapon does to people.

I saw only ONE report on the use of this gun in Fallujah.

It was from an angry BBC reporter who felt that it was wrong to use a Gatling cannon on three-man teams.

It wasn’t FAIR.

Who said war against beheaders has to be FAIR?

All the Chechen hunter-killer teams were killed in the first couple of days.


The marines also leveled buildings that contained hunter-killer teams.

Since the survivors in the rubble wore suicide vests, they were treated as unexploded ordnance.

When the marines came across a suicide bomber in the rubble, they put plastic explosives on him and blew him up.

The terrorists were stunned at the utter ruthlessness of their enemy.

Fallujah in 2004 was the last time that terrorists tried to stand and fight.

Much of our tactics remain classified.


So you need to stop reading something on social media and asking me if it contradicts my theories.

Yes, it always does.


It took me months to work out what I think is happening, but as you’ve no doubt noticed, I have no idea what the endgame is.

When I tell you that for the first time in our history, our most sophisticated aerial surveillance aircraft are operating over the continental US, that should mean something to you.

It should give you pause before you ask me for my thoughts on someone denying anything is happening.


Our side is going to lie to you.

Every day.

Instead of riding a roller coaster of hope and despair based on surface aspects, try and assimilate the FACTS I’m giving you, and put on your critical-thinking cap.

Given that the stakes are the highest we’ve ever faced, and given that the former Acting SecDef told us that Pence oversaw the most complex operations in the history of the US military, try and work it out for yourself.


If you still can’t grasp it, that’s YOUR problem, not mine.

There’s nothing more I can do for you.