U.S. Government Security Priorities Not U.S. Border or Oil Spill, But Drugs?Posted by Al @ 2:04 pm
I tried to find coverage of the U.S. Navy exercises off the Costa Rican coast on the major networks, but not a peep. This is no small issue and if MSM is ignoring it, then there’s more to it than currently is known. In fact, I looked for the actual authorization of this specific event through the U.S. Congress and U.S. military, and there are no announcements. The exercises run from July 1, 2010 – December 31, 2010. The only authorization I can find is from the U.S. Congressional action authorized and signed into law by Costa Rica in 1999 as described by Costa Rica’s U.S. Embassy.
While this exercise is described as a continued operation in the “War on Drugs” and in the “U.S. War on Everything”, 64 ships and 7,000 U.S. military personnel will be involved there. I find it odd that these ships seemed to have been evacuated from the Gulf of Mexico. However, after seeing this video of the toxic effect of oil dispersant chemical Corexit being used in the Gulf spill, it left me with more questions.
Then you can read the other opinions on this military exercise and then it will leave you scratching your head.
Here’s a translated web page from Costa Rica describing the event.
So what’s the real purpose here? Having the U.S. Navy evacuate the gulf over the toxicity of Corexit? Establishing a military presence to intimidate Hugo Chavez? To show support for the puppet government of Central America (e.g. Guatemala, Honduras, etc..) or to gain support of the citizens of the these countries run by U.S. puppet government. Seeing Costa Rica has no military, is the U.S. military the de facto military enforcer for them.
I can not understand the point of sending more of our troops to foreign soil when, in fact, we need them to help secure our borders. That’s obviously not going to happen without a U.S. citizen uprising to demand the enforcement of the U.S. Constitution and our borders.
Obama is no different from the score of U.S. Presidents who have a desire to be an imperialistic force in the world. Executive and Legislative branches of the U.S government over the past 100 years, carrying different political philosophic banners, all end up supporting the same imperialistic and corporatist goals. But it also leaves the unanswered question. Who is really choosing the government the U.S. citizens live under. While I have no definitive answer to that question, I can provide one highly probable answer: It’s Not You!
Wake the hell up and take your country back.