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U.S. Policies Continue to Fail in 2018

Jeremiah Johnson
January 11th, 2018
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As of this writing, the Russian military has had three of their bases attacked by drones. They destroyed six of them and captured another seven. The significance: the drones are of a quality that could not have been made by the ISIS “rebels,” and had to come from a technologically-advanced nation. The drones were multidirectional and able to be controlled by satellite through GPS coordinates.

[Schwarzenegger, in “Predator”]: “Heat seeker, Dillon. Pretty sophisticated for a bunch of half-assed mountain boys.”

Exactly. The U.S. (via Tillerson) released a statement that the U.S. was not involved in the drone strike and was unaware of who supplied the drones. Not only does that not hold any water, but as it turns out, a U.S. intelligence aircraft was monitored in the theatre while these drone attacks were taking place. Syria is still being hotly contested between Assad and the “rebels” who are none other than Al Qaeda that “morphed” several times to become the ISIS we all know and uphold in the manner of Emmanuel Goldstein, the bogeyman of Orwell’s “1984.”

On the front with Eastern Ukraine, the Russian-backed separatists are about to receive a present…bequeathed by Obama, and allowed to be delivered by President Trump, certified by the Senate and all on the taxpayer’s dime. This being antitank weapons in the form of Javelins and other antitank missiles to the tune of about $47 million. Now the President is thinking of tripling that amount. So much for “détente,” and the reset that was supposed to happen with Russia.

Domestically, as disturbing as our foreign policy (and in some ways more so) is the project to create a domestic “spy” service to complement the alphabet agencies. One of the individuals considered to head it is none other than Eric Prince, the former Navy SEAL and CEO of the same Blackwater that the U.S. government gave “carte blanche” in Iraq with limited ROE (Rules of Engagement) and almost no accountability.

Internally, the same draconian measures that were emplaced by Obama to circumvent the Constitution are still in place. The police forces are growing throughout the U.S., and via the Fusion Centers and CCTV networks steadily germinating across the nation the local, state, and federal police forces are coming beneath one umbrella. The sled is still traveling downhill. A slower rate than before; nevertheless, it’s still moving in the direction it did prior to the election.

The belligerent and imperialistic foreign policy of before is still in place, with relations souring instead of improving. In the meantime, we are watching a form of “creeping Statism” that is domestically moving almost too slowly to be noticed, but making headway. We have an Attorney General who selectively enforces the law, and has a “hands-off” policy for prominents such as Mueller, Comey, and Hillary Clinton.

The North Korean threat has not dissipated: it persists. They will soon launch Kwangmyongsang-5, a satellite that will be able to map positions with advanced technology to be utilized for a nuclear strike. From this and other problems we are constantly distracted by the MSM (Mainstream Media) with Harvey Weinstein’s escapades and the “witch hunt” in progress against every male in the U.S. We are distracted by NFL players taking a knee, by Oprah Winfrey considering being a candidate for president in 2020 (would her campaign be managed by Harpo productions?), and other items that are nonsensical and nonproductive.

Other nations are making their move, such as China with a gold-backed Yuan attempting to supplant the Petrodollar. If our country doesn’t take some drastic steps with foreign policy and domestic agendas, it may realize a few lighter moments, but that is not enough. This period is the calm before the storm. Those midterm elections will be along in no time, and the next presidential election is right around the corner. Hope that we last long enough as a nation to make it that far.

Jeremiah Johnson is the Nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces (Airborne).  Mr. Johnson is also a Gunsmith, a Certified Master Herbalist, a Montana Master Food Preserver, and a graduate of the U.S. Army’s SERE school (Survival Evasion Resistance Escape).  He lives in a cabin in the mountains of Western Montana with his wife and three cats. You can follow Jeremiah’s regular writings at or contact him here.

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  1. rellik says:

    Unless we are willing to throttle the “progressives”,
    we are dead.

  2. TheGuy says:

    the “witch hunt” in progress against every male in the U.S.

    Let me point out something here (because this is quite correct).

    Legalized abortion destroyed our Social Security ponzi base. This is why we have to import people and pray to God they don’t work under the table. You’ll find the numbers of dead babies correlates pretty well with the numbers of imports.

    Now crank that shit up to 11.

    Guess what no one’s dumb enough to reproduce anymore. Not with crap like this going on.

    • Tom Bruner says:

      President Trump just made a comment about those whom the USA is importing:

      President Trump Said He’d Prefer Immigrants From Norway Over ‘Shithole Countries’

      “President Donald Trump on Thursday questioned why the United States would want to have immigrants from Haiti and African nations, referring to some as “shithole countries,” according to two sources familiar with the comments.

      Trump‘s comments, made in the White House, came as Democratic Senator Dick Durbin and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham briefed the president on a newly drafted immigration bill being touted by a bipartisan group of senators, according to the sources, who asked not to be identified.

      Other government officials were present during the conversation, the sources said.

      The lawmakers were describing how certain immigration programs operate, including one to give safe haven in the United States to people from countries suffering from natural disasters or civil strife.

      One of the sources who was briefed on the conversation said that Trump said, “Why do we want all these people from Africa here? They’re shithole countries … We should have more people from Norway.”

  3. Kevin2 says:

    The Foreign Affairs strategy comes from the Neo-Cons as did the non “Patriot Act”. The non progress “Progressives” vacillate between being a domestic nuisance to nightmare. Interestingly the party of Bobby Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy are hawks willing to support the Neo-Cons globalist Wall Street military actions with nary a peep of opposition.

    • Kevin2 says:

      The “Progressive Left” is managed opposition (and little opposition at that) and is financed by the Neo-Con Right. Soros finances communists but he is no communist. The “progressives” are in effect unwitting servants of who they despise.

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  4. Chilly McGwillis says:

    We have option A and option B. At this point, it won’t make much difference.

  5. Heartless says:

    Those ‘drones’ were NOT hi-tech. And as for GPS control – that’s not rocket-science. I deal with autopilots – including the setup. Any standard marine-grade pilot could be easily modded to drive most anything. Even in the air. Set a course, range and distance to target calculated and simply shut down the engine remotely to have it do a controlled crash. Close would be good enough for most strikes.

  6. As for the drones, it is not what is the truth that is important, but rather what the Russians believe to be true. If they believe that the USA is responsible, look for a retaliatory drone strike. Neither the Cold War or the Korean War is totally over.

  7. Yahooie says:

    Thanks for bringing these news tidbits together. It takes all of us reading all the different sites and bringing it here to share so we can figure things out.

    I was hoping for more policy changes by now by this administration. I’m not in the hot seat so don’t know the challenges to be overcome in getting it done. Some things like the “Patriot Act” should be obviously ripe for removal though.

    Maybe I think too much.

    • considering the obstacles, I am amazed that Trump can get anything done that conflicts with the entrenched sons of bitches. He seems to genuine to be a ruse. And if he is a ruse, it would be too good a ruse to be believable from the morons who brought you 911 and the other false flags that are so pathetic and transparent you can see them with the lights out.
      I think he is working against the deep state, with help from patriots inside. (that would have to be the case, no way he could do it without help) Stay ready, but undermine the deep state as much as you can to help trump and the guys inside who are probably risking everything. Even guys like seth rich who didn’t realize how dangerous it was to do the right thing. And he was a democrat at that. I think the deep state has lost control at this point. trump, if he is really on our side, is riding a bull right now. the assholes need to be rounded up before he gets thrown. If he goes, so does any chance of this resolving without a bloody mess.

  8. aljamo says:

    The same people who sold the lies about Iraq WMDs to get that war underway are still pushing the war agenda. Nothing has changed. Bobby Kennedy was against the war in Vietnam, that’s part of the reason he was killed. I read that Eric Prince is negotiating with China for a large military setup in SE Asia. If prosecutors won’t go after Clinton crimes that means she can bring all the criminals in government down. The Clinton body count added more names in 2015-2017.

  9. The Realist says:

    While it’s true, we should have been out of Iraq and Afganistan years ago ,and we should have NEVER squandered America’s wealth in so called ‘nation building”,the fact remains that N.Korea is a clear and present danger to the safety of the U.S.
    They should have been defeated during the Korean war but the Democrat Harry Truman fired MaCauther when he told Truman we needed to push the N.Koreans into China, take possession of the entire Korean nation, declare victory by force, and let China deal with their N. Korean minions. Now, 65 years latter, we’re still dealing with this s—, because successive administrations have not had the backbone to solve the problem.Does any American in theirright mind really want to see a nuclear N.Korea with ICBM’s capable of reaching the U.S.?

  10. The Realist says:

    Regarding Syria, does anyone really care that a murderous tyrannical regime led by the Assad family is being overthrown? I don’t. Regarding Iran, while they aren’t stupid enough to directly threaten America with nuclear attack like N. Korea, the fact is they will soon become a nuclear power that can threaten the entire Mid-east including Israel. Iran is a state sponsor of terrorism and is responsible for the deaths, through their proxies, of hundreds of American troops over the years.
    If they,(Iran), become belligerent toward other mid east countries and start a war, we could be dragged into that war because of the Gulf of Hormuz oil and our alliances.

    So, where is the “line”, when it comes to determining that America is just a militant neocon invader of foreign nations, or that America is dealing with legitimate concerns for its own safety and survival as a nation?

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