Defense Department Announces Civilian Expeditionary Workforce


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Back in July 2008, Barack Obama, then the presidential front runner, called for a “civilian national security force” as powerful as the U.S. military.

“We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded,” Obama told a Colorado Springs audience.

The comments that were ignored by the vast majority of the corporate media but compared by independent journalists to the formation of the Nazi Hitler Youth.

Fears of “youth brigades” or civilian stasi style units increased following Obama’s appointment of Rahm Emanuel to chief-of staff.

In his book, “The Plan: Big Ideas for America,” Emanuel writes: “It’s time for a real Patriot Act that brings out the patriot in all of us. We propose universal civilian service for every young American. Under this plan, all Americans between the ages of 18 and 25 will be asked to serve their country by going through three months of basic training, civil defense preparation and community service.”

The book also notes, “Some Republicans will squeal about individual freedom, ruling out any likelihood that they would let people opt out of universal citizen service.”

Emanuel is also an enthusiastic supporter of the United States Public Service Academy Act, a lobbying group founded in 2006 in order to promote the foundation of an American public service academy modeled on the military academies - a youth corps whose students would be trained in “civilian internship in the armed forces”.

Furthermore, in a rediscovered 2006 audio clip of an interview with Ben Smith of the New York Daily News, Emanuel outlined the agenda for compulsory military-style training, essentially a domestic draft, aimed at preparing Americans for a chemical or biological terrorist attack.

When controversy arose over the program last November, the use of the word “required” to describe the program was removed from Obama’s website and replaced with “community service” type terminology.

Though the civilian expeditionary workforce program is restricted to DoD employees, similar programs have already been established for public sector workers.

One such program has seen hundreds of police, firefighters, paramedics and utility workers recently trained and dispatched as “Terrorism Liaison Officers” in Colorado, Arizona and California to watch for “suspicious activity” which is later fed into a secret government database.

Interesting the news the Media does NOT cover...

I'm pretty sure I know why the liberal left-wing mass media failed to broadcast any of this openly over any of the past several months...

Many in the liberal left camp probably would not embrace this notion or plan or rhetoric as their own, and I'd actually have to agree with them... as bizarre as that seems. At least for now.

I mean, really. Other than the federally funded US Armed Services and the various federally funded agencies already aligned in place (e.g. DEA, Border Patrol (cough), FBI...) why the #$@& would America need to mandate civilians into some psuedo-military service!?

Could it be a way to form a "well regulated militia" and create a tool that has the training, time and resources to, oh... I don't know... round up illegal and banned firearms from.... oh, I don't know... say, "domestic terrorists" who don't roll over and play ball with these friggin' pyschos?! And thereby "fulfilling" the true nature of the second ammendment - in their twisted and sick agenda?

I'm just thinking out loud over here, but that's so "weird sounding" it creeps me out!
I don't like the NorthCom build up. No soldier is trained for this. They are soldiers first. If the government truly wants people ready for this. They need to maintain a civilian force. But they are too busy giving out welfare legislation/checks to employ people gainfully.
random thoughts on this deal.

1. a little military style discipline would help these kids.
2. why not just draft them into the NG???
3. use the NG and state guards for this.
if they come after our guns, what will you do? if this really is for bad guy prep, that would be for mike forces.
5. who am i kidding? i don't trust them at all.after all, mission parameters can be changed. we need to be ready for anything.
6 getting too old for this s**t.

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