Any politician, journalist, or pundit using the word "insurgent" and "counterinsurgency" better wake the f*ck up!
There is no such thing as an insurgent, it does not exist. There are poor people trying to feed their families and shelter their children. The whole concept of "counterinsurgency operations" or COIN as the hijacked DoD refers to it was a myth manufactured by empires and perfected by the Nazis.
There exists no insurgency, but when you declare there is a counterinsurgency operation people will assume an insurgency.
Do any of the think tanks who are writing 500 page treatises on COIN operations ever mention where COIN was most used in the 20th century? I highly doubt it. Just rent a copy of the movie "The Man in the Glass Booth" and the origin of the operations called COIN or counterinsurgency are clearly exposed.
The movie is about a concentration camp victim who poses as a Nazi to get prosecuted for war crimes. Since he realizes that the Nuremberg trials did not reveal enough of the truth of the New World Order operations, he decides to let a bit more truth out than the Eurocrat controlled Nuremberg trials did. Here is a relevant excerpt during the trial:
Prosecutor to Mr. Berger (a witness who was a videographer for the NWO Nazis): What was your occupation on October, 1943?
Mr. Berger: I was a cinematographer with the rank of captain in the ministry of information under Josef Goebbles.
Prosecutor: Where were you on October 11, 1943?
Mr. Berger: I was in the village of Tania, occupied Poland.
Prosecutor: What were you doing there?
Mr. Berger: I had been ordered to photograph a punitive operation conducted by the counterinsurgency section of the SS in the ghetto of Tania.
Prosecutor: Would you describe for the court what you photographed?
Mr. Berger: Our opening sequence was staged before dawn. I remember we used 5 kilowatt lamps in the streets. Colonel Dorff's "Black Shirts" rolled up in open trucks. They ran into the houses and ran upstairs and threw all of the males out of the windows.
Prosecutor: How old were they?
Mr. Berger: Under 13 and over 60. The others of course were already in the camps working.
Prosecutor: Tell the court how you became certain the age of the victims.
Mr. Berger: We had to move in for closeups. They held back throwing some of them out of the windows so that we could change our camera setups.
Prosecutor: And then, Mr. Berger?
Mr. Berger: Those that could walk were made to stand against the wall others were tied in place some 50-60 all together. Then as we moved the camera along the wall behind the guns, they fired the guns in succession.
Prosecutor: What happened?
Mr. Berger: Well, a 9.2 millimeter shell is very powerful to use at close range. The people exploded.
Prosecutor: They disintegrated into pieces of severed arms and legs.
Mr. Berger: Yes, yes.
Prosecutor: Then what happened? Tell us Mr. Berger.
Mr. Berger: The corpses, the few that were intact, and the pieces of the others were trucked back to the center of the ghetto and dumped into a pile. I'd say at least reaching the second story houses. By this time it was full daylight. Colonel Dorff's troops were holding back the mothers and daughters with bayonets. Then, on his signal, they were all allowed to rush to the pile to find the pieces of their loved ones. Or, to try to assemble what they found.
Prosecutor: Describe what happened.
Mr. Berger: An old lady would find an arm with a familiar ring and would dislodge parts of bodies until the parts came tumbling down. Sometimes a woman would discover the head of her son or father. When that happened, Colonel Dorff would beg us to shoot extreme close-ups with handheld video cameras.
Witness is removed and the questioning goes to Colonel Dorff.
Prosecutor: What was done with the film, Colonel Dorff?
Colonel Dorff: We made a title which blossomed out of these last close-ups. It said in Polish: "Obey the occupation or this will happen to your town." We played it first run in every theater.
Prosecutor: So these executions were staged deliberately for the cameras?
Colonel Dorff: Well, you see, Josef needed propaganda to make himself look useful and to keep his office in business
, and I needed a counterinsurgency operation for the same reason.
Prosecutor: Clarify please.
Colonel Dorff: Well, of course there wasn't any insurgency, but if you have a counterinsurgency you will stay in business because everyone assumes an insurgency. That keeps you looting and raping behind the lines in style while the rest of the army is dying on the front lines. I understand the Americans developed it to a fine point in the My Lai massacre. That was a classic example of an aggressive counterinsurgency to defeat a non-existent insurgency.