NATO Special Operations: The Beginning Of A Global Army?
Thursday, 14 June 2012
Not long ago the very idea of American military men and women cross-training soldiers from other nations and engaging in multinational military units was treated as a more covert affair. Yes, it has occurred many times, especially since the formation of the UN and the Korean War, in which American soldiers had to endure the dreadful leadership of foreign UN personnel. However, what was once a state secret, like the School of the Americas, is now widely and openly admitted policy. At this very moment, thousands of Russian troops are stationed within U.S. borders and are being trained using American facilities and American tax dollars. The Department of Defense admits to it without even blinking an eye, despite the fact that our two countries are at extreme odds over the crisis in Syria. And now, NATO holds operational showcases hyping the unification of spec-ops units to fight “terrorism”, or the “war on drugs”, while ignorant American tourists eat popcorn and hotdogs like they are watching a football game.
The bottom line? We are witnessing the median stages of what will one day become a homogenized brand of “global army”, centralized at the hands of an elite minority under the guise of multilateral cooperation. Globalists don’t just want to dissolve economic borders; the want to dissolve ALL borders, including those between national armed forces. The problem with this Utopian project is that when the armies of the world answer to a singular transnational authority, who is left to fight if that authority turns out ugly? I suppose the average citizens would be the last remaining force on Earth that could affect honest change, but perhaps that is the point. Why else would our own military and the armed forces of governments everywhere be training to quell dissent, and to treat the public itself as the enemy?