Faux Populists Shill for the Permanent War State

Faux Populists Shill for the Permanent War State

In 2018, the Pentagon announced a shift away from their failing policy of counterterrorism in the Middle East and North Africa toward a new National Defense Strategy of so called “Great Power Competition,” with Russia and China. Instead of turning toward peace, free trade, and diplomacy, this policy change will come at enormous opportunity costs such as further distorting our economy, practically guaranteeing boom-bust cycles of ever intensifying severity, as well as reducing the average American’s standard of living. It would impoverish the very people who desire genuine populism.

Pentagon cancels JEDI contract and plans more advanced cloud-based warfare platform

Pentagon cancels JEDI contract and plans more advanced cloud-based warfare platform

A primary concern of the Pentagon is to maintain technological superiority over international rivals such as Russia and China. According to Peter Asaro, a professor at the New School in New York and a cofounder of the International Committee for Robot Arms Control, “The advanced militaries are pushing the envelope of these technologies. They will proliferate rapidly.”

More News About Haiti 07-10-21

American arrested in Haiti worked alongside Sean Penn:

The two people said James Solages worked as a driver and in a security capacity for J/P Haitian Relief Organization, which was started by Penn following the magnitude 7.0 earthquake in 2010 that killed more than 300,000 people in the impoverished Caribbean nation.

Haiti’s interim PM confirms request for US troops to country:

At a news conference in Colombia’s capital of Bogota, Gen. Jorge Luis Vargas Valencia said four companies had been involved in the “recruitment, the gathering of these people” implicated in the assassination, although he did not identify the companies because their names were still being verified.

Alleged killers of Haiti president in country for three months, say authorities:

On Friday, the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo identified one of the arrested Colombians as Manuel Antonio Grosso Guarín, a former member of the army’s elite urban counter-terrorism special forces group. El Tiempo, which said it had been given access to a confidential report provided to Haitian authorities, said the former special forces operative had flown into the Dominican resort town of Punta Cana on the afternoon of 4 June, with at least three other former members of the Colombia armed forces, before crossing by land into Haiti two days later.

Haitian opposition leader hired D.C. lobbyist two days before president’s assassination:

Haitian opposition leader Pierre Reginald Boulos has hired a lobbyist as part of an effort to build support for his political party and encourage President Joe Biden to support an interim Haitian government.

Restoring Peace and Security to Haiti Following the Assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse:

Dr. Reginald Boulos is considering running for the Presidency in the country of Haiti. Dr. Reginald is a respected medical doctor, business person, and creator of the MTV Ayiti political party. The four pillars of the MTV Ayiti political party include empowering women, farmers, youth, and the diaspora community. Dr. Boulos is interested in building constructive partnerships with leaders in the United States government and the Haitian American diaspora community.

Two politicians have been claiming they are in charge in Haiti. Now there are three

Biden Betrays Another Campaign Pledge—Admits that U.S. Will Continue to Bomb Afghanistan

Biden Betrays Another Campaign Pledge—Admits that U.S. Will Continue to Bomb Afghanistan

When the President refers to “over-the-horizon capacity that we can be value added,” he is referring to a plan, that appears might cost $10 billion, to fly drones and manned attack aircraft from bases as far away as Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait to assist the current Afghan central government in defending itself against the Taliban.

Related:

A hybrid war to replace Afghan ‘forever war’?