Posts Tagged ‘national defense’

National Security and Low to No Industrial Production Levels

Friday, December 16th, 2011
Harley War Motorcycle

Harley and America Went To War -- WW2 Motorcycle

 

When you compete with slave labor, you become a slave.

We have had our industrial production and manufacturing and other related ability to build/make/construct just about anything moved to Mexico or China, along with a few other countries, but mostly Mexico and China, in the pursuit of slave level cheap labor.

Historians note that in the 70′s, the Chinese version of managing people, social control, social engineering, was picked by top family members of “king” style families, and the jobs left and won’t be coming back without very dynamic, and corruption free, executive office level decision making.

What are some things that we can’t make for our entire population if needed due to wars of various types.

Clothing Prodution

If we have a “major fallout” with China effecting the pacific basin, suddenly, the clothing industry shipped there, and its flow of goods, stop. If suddenly all the clothing that is “for sale” at the stores across America was reduced to just that clothing MADE IN THE USA, what would you have, 5% of the stock, 3% or less?

EPIC NATIONAL SECURITY FAIL

Vehicles:  Many confused people think that “American” looking or even branded cars are made in the USA.

A friend said they wanted to get a good, American made car, like a PT Cruiser. I had the wretched task of telling her that would be great, but they are made in Toluca, Mexico. Daimler-Chrysler, (recalling that Daimler are those funny guys that made the trucks/war machine materials for the Nazis) that killed your grandfathers, have produced over 1 million PT cruisers in Mexico.  I wish they were called Toluca Cruisers.

The Second Layer of the Vehicle Manufacturing Cake You actually have a two tier problem.

We cannot now supply our need for new vehicles, alone within America for the civilian and commercial markets, but, on the second tier, we cannot quickly gear up our industrial base, which has been killed, shelled out, and buried, for wartime.

Many warfare planners when looking at modern warfare, will claim essentially that what you bring to the party, the onset of the war, is what you will have for the entire war, for wars are now won and lost in days, weeks, possibly a few months, and not years, or even, decades.

Q?: Man, what the heaack are you talkin’ about, gearing up for wartime man, we are at war right now Tyler?

We are not at TOTAL WORLD WAR now, we are performing an elongated policing action that includes counter-insurgency warfare, but, it is not unleashed TOTAL GLOBAL WARFARE on the scale of WW1 or WW2 respectively.

On 31 March 1945, the USA alone had 8,150,000 troops, and ended up with 91 combat divisions, (an entire list is here at this link),

http://www.historyshots.com/usarmy/ListDivisions.cfm?t=3&d=All so if we had to really mobilize and fight an elongated conventional war, we could not.

In 1945, the US had an estimated 132 million people, and we had 91 combat divisions.

If you carry it over to current day, with 315 million people, so, if we were at TOTAL GLOBAL WAR, and had the same percentage of combat divisions according to the population, we would have 217 combat divisions engaged vs. the enemy around the world.

Two hundred and seventeen combat divisions kicking butt and not taking any names. Right now, we have 10 (ten) combat divisions.

We could not fuel even the 1945 level of militarization because the car plant production capability, that during WW2 were converted into TANK, APC and heavy truck production, are gone now, and unless citizens start running the country instead of professional politicians.

The “good guys,” America, France, England and other supportive countries lost over 5 million soldiers dead, 12 million wounded and 4 million “missing” during WW1 from 1914-1918. What if we really square off with a cluster of countries that are hell bent on destroying the USA, and it goes global, but not nuclear, like many figure it will, again, we have this:

EPIC NATIONAL SECURITY FAIL

This book, is a pretty good book on how we have been sold out, covering the sale of nuclear blast resistant computer chips (they go on nuclear warheads (inbound) that are pointed at the USA by China), along with the sale of super computers to help build their national defense grid and clone, along with the fact that computerized valves of some sort from China actually control the flow of much of our public water supply.

http://www.amazon.com/Year-Rat-Clinton-Compromised-Security/dp/0895263335

It is so bad, I could not even make this up.

Is the war over, and we lost, but we just don’t know it yet?

National Defense Spending Gone Wild: How To Spend Over 680 Billion A Year And Still Not Secure The Borders

Thursday, December 15th, 2011

US National Defense Spending (Overt) vs. Covert

A man the age of your great grandfather told you, a man called Dwight Eisenhower, a former leader of the free world’s Armies vs. the Nazi’s, warned you during his farewell presidential address that the US military contractor establishment was going to take over, and even voiced concerns in regard to the arms manufacturers and supporters “circumventing the US government” on January 17th, 1961.
Now you won’t find an American more into the national defense, than myself possibly.

The overt DOD budget for 2010 is: 680,000,000,000 dollars and I don’t know how many cents.

Now, this does not include the money that is given to the Department of Homeland Security for the Border Patrol and other related efforts. It’s not the Border Patrol Officers that are the problems, it is the career politicians.

If you look at the surface of the goals of the US Military, one would easily draw three surface goals:

Be able to assist in securing our borders vs. invasion of any type.

Be able to conduct offensive and defensive conventional warfare operations.

Be able to conduct low intensity and counter terrorism operations around the world, quickly.

Right now, our southern border is completely open.

It is open, because they want it open, not because they can’t close it, it is open, because the powers that be, benefit from:

Moving their manufacturing operations south of the border, and importing billions of dollars of products into the USA for sale while paying the Mexicans 1/10th or so of what their laid off American counterparts made.

They make money from laundering the money from the cross border drug trade. One economist said that if we cut off the drug trade money profits, many banks would actually tip over and fail.

The corporate farms that are tended to by the abused Mexican laborers still need them. They apparently could not figure out how to transfer the American top soil south of the border, yet.

If we wanted to secure the southern border, we could.

If you had a budget of 680 Billion dollars, what could you do?

We use to ensure that the supply line for oil, from the Middle East to the USA, was open and rolling well.

The Worlds Nuclear Policemen

Now, we are the world’s full blown policeman.

We are now also in charge of trying to police the worlds loose or almost loose nukes, and fence with (the sport), daily the madmen that want their own nuclear bombs, not for some type of deterrent, but to apply them in our cities.

This topic is covered within the entry Slumdog Nukes.