Monday, September 17, 2007

this just makes me mad

black ops jungle

"The new school is funded and guided by a slew of federal, state, and local agencies, not to mention several defense firms. Officials say it will teach kids to understand the “new reality,” though they hasten to add that the school isn’t focused just on terrorism. School administrators, channeling Cheneyesque secrecy, refused to be interviewed for this story. But it’s no secret that the program is seen as a model for the rest of the country, with the Pentagon and other agencies watching closely."

6 comments:

Larry said...

What are they trying to do create the perfect neocon war society?

The Future Was Yesterday said...

"But it’s no secret that the program is seen as a model for the rest of the country, with the Pentagon and other agencies watching closely."
Be interesting to find out where Queen Hillary stands on this. venturing a WAG, I'm going to say behind it 100%

"The new reality." It used to be called brainwashing.

Anon-Paranoid said...

Now we see the new Nazi Youth Movement being started here in America.

Get them young, train them young and they will die for you.

God Bless.

Undeniable Liberal said...

Good Gawd, a school for mercenaries, isn't THAT special?

Spadoman said...

I saw this post and thought of the recent scandal where Blackwater USA was asked to leave, (kicked out), of Iraq. So now the elite government administration is setting up a school to train blackwater type hired mercenaries to have right here in our own country.

Sounds a lot like SOA, you know, the School of the Americas, where terrorism is taught. Many South American governments have had their mercenaries taught how to kill, maim and poison people at the SOA. By the way, they call it something else now. I think it changed the name to be more accepted. But Congress is closer than it ever has been before to closing the SOA. This years protest takes place in November, the 12th I think. Looks like peace activists will have another school to protest.

fairlane said...

I don't know about you but it makes me feel more secure knowing adolescents are being entrusted with the security of our nation.

Nothing, and I mean nothing, says "I'm capable of making rational decisions" quite like adolescence.

We can't trust them to vote, but heck let's give them machine guns.