The US Department of Defense made public Wednesday its 2015 National Military Strategy, a 24-page document that outlines the perspective of the Pentagon for future military operations. The document makes for chilling reading.
“Future conflicts will come more rapidly, last longer, and take place on a much more technically challenging battlefield. They will have increasing implications to the US homeland.” So declares the foreword by Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The report singles out four countries as potential targets for US military action: Russia, Iran, North Korea and China. Three of the four possess nuclear weapons, and Russia and China have the second- and third-largest stockpiles, trailing only the United States itself. …
They left out the united states itself, for this country is surely among the primary victims of such policies. All that is required to see this is to acknowledge the existence of other people. Transcending pre-copernican psychology. We are witnessing mass mental illness at the highest levels of the US government. Will it only stop with the destruction of the rule of law, or will it proceed to the physical destruction of the country?