The Pentagon Has Been Preparing for Worldwide Civil Unrest by Learning to Target Protesters

Wednesday, August 10, 2016
By Paul Martin

TruthDig.com
Aug 10, 2016

Since the 2008 crisis, the U.S. Department of Defense has been funding research that studies the dynamics of civil unrest; some planes have what is called a “corpse cupboard” to store dead passengers; and it turns out that the first person to use an umbrella in England was publicly shame for his audacious attempt to stay dry. These discoveries and more below.

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