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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #80 on: November 09, 2010, 02:40:13 pm »


It could also be a "secret"  launch by the US, but then why do it in full view of the second largest city in the US if it's a "secret"?

To test public reaction no doubt. People should be outraged but the snoozefest continues.
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« Reply #81 on: November 09, 2010, 02:48:17 pm »
Faux news just had a Navy Admiral on that thinks it was a "private rocketeer". straight disinfo....
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« Reply #82 on: November 09, 2010, 02:49:09 pm »
It made slashdot, people there are of the opinion that its saber rattling.
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #83 on: November 09, 2010, 03:07:21 pm »
From another forum:

"Shep Smith just said maybe it was bring your kid to work day. Now interviewing Former Commander of the 6th fleet.

Admiral is saying it is likely a private rocket company that screwed up because the government hasn't said anything yet. Shep called bull**** as Admiral is saying it is not big enough to do any damage then rants on about all the contrails he left as a fighter pilot. Shep says, "have you seen the video?"

He is calling bull**** all the way. Now Shep is joking about the fact that we are banning toner cartridge shipments into U.S. but we don't know where the missile came from.

The way this is being handled is really worrying me now. This really does look pseudo hostile and .gov's response is makes one feel some seriously troubling **** is going down."

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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #84 on: November 09, 2010, 03:09:36 pm »
Okay so I was looking at CNN and some silly news(?) bimbo just said something about it "being an airplane and it just looked like a missile launch because of its proximity to horizon"......

WTF?

I hate how stupid most talking heads seem to be, but this chick is so disingenuous it hurts to look at her.

This must be a timeslotted for the truly gullible.....
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #85 on: November 09, 2010, 03:12:27 pm »
It seems to me it can really only be one of three things:

* an in-your-face show of force by one of our "enemies", to demonstrate how close they can get to our shores to launch a  missile.

Impossible, we spend more on defense than all oter countries combines. Nothing can penetrate unless we want it to.

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a FF launch by the US to make it appear as if it was done by one of our "enemies".

Unlikely because all the media would have had the story ready to go which they have not.

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* an accidental launch by the US or one of our "enemies".  This one is the most frightening.

This is not possible, there is no such thing as an accidental missile launch. And if it was accidental then there would be over 500 automatic responses and counter measures which did not occur.

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It could also be a "secret"  launch by the US, but then why do it in full view of the second largest city in the US if it's a "secret"?

It was likely part of a missile defense test which has been going on for years. They cannot admit to such a thing because to do a no notice test with live incoming missiles could be seen as an act of treason (watch the movie "Spies Like Us" for a comedic interpretation of the events of the last 24 hours).
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« Reply #86 on: November 09, 2010, 03:15:34 pm »
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« Reply #87 on: November 09, 2010, 03:16:02 pm »
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« Reply #88 on: November 09, 2010, 03:17:02 pm »
Lol is it only me whos butt cheeks are clenched tight about now?
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« Reply #89 on: November 09, 2010, 03:17:43 pm »
Ready!  ;D
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« Reply #90 on: November 09, 2010, 03:17:57 pm »
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US will SIMULATE IRAN ATTACK on CALIFORNIA with LIVE MISSILES!!!!!


US will SIMULATE IRAN ATTACK on CALIFORNIA with LIVE MISSILES!!!!!
US to ’simulate’ technically impossible attack by Iran

http://rawstory.com/2009/12/simulate-attack-iran-test-missilebusters/
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Saturday, December 19th, 2009 -- 1:47 pm


In order to test its missile defense technology, the United States intends to defend against a simulated attack that, according to reports on Iran's military capabilities, is not technically possible.

Most prior tests of U.S. missile defense systems have been geared toward defending against a volley from North Korea.

Sometime in January a simulated missile will be launched from the Marshall Islands, aimed at California, but Vandenberg Air Force Base is expected to intercept it.

"Missile defense tests have been likened to hitting a bullet with a bullet," CNN reported. "This test will be even more difficult: It will be like hitting a bullet head-on with another bullet, because any launch from Iran would have a trajectory that would require a U.S. interceptor missile hitting the target directly, [a defense official] said."

Word of the test comes days after Iran tested its Sajjil-2 rocket, which can reportedly travel about 1,200 miles. As Iran's most advanced ICBM, it could reach as far as Israel or southeastern Europe.

It cannot reach the United States.

Were Iran to launch its imaginary missile at the United States, a CNN source said that a U.S. interceptor would likely be fired from Fort Greely, Alaska. It is the only site other than Vandenburg that houses the missile defense technology.
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #91 on: November 09, 2010, 03:18:36 pm »
For various claimed "national security" or "classified" reasons, many government agencies won't admit to anything as a matter of policy, no matter how obvious it is, such as Groom Lake. By process of elimination you can get the official word from the various agencies, but it doesn't mean their spokesperson is telling the truth, so it's really a wild goose chase as designed. And many in the media really are as clueless as the general public till they get word from their handlers. I'm surprised they haven't got some kind of taped denial from Al CIA'Da by now.
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« Reply #92 on: November 09, 2010, 03:20:55 pm »
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« Reply #93 on: November 09, 2010, 03:21:01 pm »

It was likely part of a missile defense test which has been going on for years. They cannot admit to such a thing because to do a no notice test with live incoming missiles could be seen as an act of treason

did anyone see it explode in the sky if it was intercepted as part of a training mission?  Where did this thing go?  This thing looked massive, as in ICBM size.  did other countries track it?  did it fall in the ocean?  who issued a warning to not be in the area at this time?  where was the re-entry spot?  

Obama's ass should be drug back to Washington and chewed out in front of the press corp for the world to see, answering the above questions and about 100 more.  He's off dancing in India.  

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« Reply #94 on: November 09, 2010, 03:23:15 pm »
Everybody involved with that simulation approval needs to be investigated ASAP!

Also all the neocon psychopaths like Lindsey Graham and Joe Lieberman.

WTF is doing live missile tests simulating impossible attacks against California?

Is William Lynn III, a confirmed psychopathic degenerate, running the show?

Is Jane Lute frothing at the mouth for her chance to move millions into death camps?

WTF is responsible for this absolute horse shit?!
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« Reply #95 on: November 09, 2010, 03:23:59 pm »
so now we have to constantly watch the skies and wonder if this is a test nuke on the way or the real thing?  constant fear and confusion for the public. 
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« Reply #96 on: November 09, 2010, 03:25:15 pm »
So what?  Guys with boxcutters took down the world trade towers.  It's the russians, whether they got lucky or got some inside help from people who back both sides it's just another way to scare people into believing they need to continue or escalate war.  

Chinese don't ever start fights, unless it's with their own people.  There's too many awake Americans to risk another serious false flag.  I'm sticking with the Russians, but they'll never admit it.

The Russians?

OMFG, WTF? Do the Ruskies have the power to have us run live missile tests on our own states documented a year ago?
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« Reply #97 on: November 09, 2010, 03:25:57 pm »
so now we have to constantly watch the skies and wonder if this is a test nuke on the way or the real thing?  constant fear and confusion for the public. 

THAT IS A BINGO!
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« Reply #98 on: November 09, 2010, 03:27:53 pm »
THAT IS A BINGO!

Wow Dig-i just read your post about Iran. That may be the answer here-they will announce that it was the Iranians.

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« Reply #99 on: November 09, 2010, 03:29:55 pm »
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This makes the most sense to me, I believe they said it was "classified" as well, do you think this will lead up to blaming Iran as a pretext for war? 
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« Reply #100 on: November 09, 2010, 03:30:17 pm »
ya know, back in the 60's when there really WAS a possible threat of this from the Russians you still never had shit like this pulled.  You had updated warning systems and emergency public broadcast alerts and drills to HELP the public protect themselves in case a missile was incoming.  NOT an out and out DENIAL of even any knowledge of something happening in the first place.

One of the main jobs of the Federal Government is protecting the borders.  If they really DIDN'T have a clue about this, then every ONE of the top brass should hand in their uniforms and face a court martial by the end of today.
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« Reply #101 on: November 09, 2010, 03:35:22 pm »
TIME 1979: The Price of Power ["no-notice" drills and defense spending]
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Absolute proof CSIS is planning the next 9/11 attacks to usher in new government
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Executive Summary

America is not ready for the next catastrophe. Almost seven years have passed since the nation was attacked here at home by violent Islamist extremists who remain free and who have made clear their willingness to use weapons of mass destruction against the United States, should they be able to acquire or build them. Almost three years have passed since Hurricane Katrina devas- tated the Gulf Coast and laid bare myriad flaws in the nation’s preparedness and response system. Simply creating the Homeland Security Council, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and U.S. Northern Command was not enough to make the country prepared. There are still no detailed, government-wide plans to respond to a catastrophe. There is still considerable confusion over who will be in charge during a disaster. There are still almost no dedicated military forces on rapid alert to respond to a crisis here at home.

There are still no guidelines to determine and assess the capabilities that states, cities, and towns should have to ensure they are prepared for the worst. To be sure, a number of significant steps have been taken, and the nation is clearly more prepared than it was seven or eight years ago. There is a National Homeland Security Strategy that provides overall direction for the federal government’s homeland security policies and programs. Hundreds, if not thousands, more people focus each and every day on improving national preparedness than before the September 11 attacks.

A National Response Framework describes how the federal government will work with state, local and tribal governments as well as the private sector and nongovernmental organizations during domestic incidents. Fifteen National Planning Scenarios have been drawn up to guide government planning for catastrophes. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has developed more than 200 prescripted mission as- signments across 27 federal agencies to strengthen and streamline response capabilities in advance of actual events. The Department of Defense is creating a trained and ready Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosives (CBRNE) Consequence Management force that will be able to respond rapidly during a catastrophe, and the National Guard has almost completed its development of 17 CBRNE Emergency Response Forces spread around the country to help bridge the gap between the immediate response to a crisis and the arrival of more extensive federal capabilities.

Although significant progress has been made in the past several years– with many achievements extremely hard-won, through the tireless work of senior leaders and public servants across the government—what ultimately matters to the American public is not how far we have come but how far away we still are from being prepared for the next catastrophe. The task of readying America to face the threats of the post–September 11 era is an enormous one and poses a fundamental challenge for the next President.

Preventing, protecting against, preparing for, and responding to a domestic catastrophe are basic tasks of government at all levels. Unfortunately, today’s efforts to provide homeland security, particularly at the federal level, are not unlike the governmental equivalent of a children’s soccer game. One can see a tremendous amount of activity under way and considerable energy on the field, but the movements are often not very well coordinated. Players tend to huddle around the ball—in this case, whatever happens to be the crisis or headline issue of the day—and follow it wherever it goes, even if in doing so they neglect their assigned positions. In such an environment, it is not impossible to score a goal, but that outcome is usually due more to luck than to skill. Given that this is not a competition the nation can afford to lose, what can be done to improve America’s odds?

The key for the next Administration will be to bring order to the relationships, processes, and implementation of its homeland security system. Which organizations at the federal, state, and local level will perform what roles, who is the lead official at each level of the response, and how do all the players work together as a team? What processes should guide how stakeholders interact and ensure that everyone is working toward the same goals? What plans are needed to prepare the government to deal effectively with future catastrophes, and how should government at all levels decide what it needs so that it can execute those plans? Finally, how can the government translate its strategies and plans into trained and ready capabilities on the ground that can be deployed effectively in accordance with comprehensive, integrated plans developed in advance of a specific catastrophe?

Many of the building blocks required to move the country toward being truly prepared to handle a catastrophe already exist in some form, but the next Administration needs to bring the pieces together, fill in the gaps, and provide the resources necessary to get the job done. If implemented, the following major recommendations –slightly condensed from their full discussion in the body of this report—would go a long way toward getting America ready to manage the next domestic catastrophe, whatever form it might take.



Recommendations

■ Merge the National Security Council and Homeland Security Council into a single organization with a single staff.

The U.S. government has artificially separated homeland security from national security. Securing the homeland is a matter of national security—and it has both domestic and international components. Dividing homeland security from national security has resulted in fractured, partial solu- tions and has greatly weakened the ability of the federal government to generate unity of effort. Merging the National Security and Homeland Security Councils and their staffs will greatly enhance the federal government’s ability to develop holistic strategies and policies, and it will ensure that the homeland security aspects of national security policy are also supported by the political and bureaucratic power of the White House.

■ Establish a clear chain of command inside DHS to ensure that the Secretary can carry out his or her responsibility to serve as the federal government’s coordinator for incident management.

The relationship between DHS and FEMA continues to be murky and confusing. If the Hurricane Katrina experience showed anything, it illustrated the perils of not having a clear understanding of who is in charge of what—both in Washington and in the field—during a catastrophe. The absence of a clear framework for the DHS-FEMA relationship has had an extremely pernicious effect on homeland security policy in the past several years and has noticeably hampered the federal government’s efforts to improve preparedness. The next Administration and Congress should work together to put into a law a clear chain of command, from the President down to the field level, for the coordination of domestic incidents.

Under this new clarified framework, the Secretary of Homeland Security will serve as the principal federal coordinator of domestic incidents as directed in Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) 5, “Management of Domestic Incidents,” and will report directly to the President. While the FEMA Administrator should be able to advise the President directly on the subset of emergency management matters, as specified in law, the operational chain of command for the overall incident should run from the President to the Secretary of Homeland Security, and then within DHS from the Secretary to the FEMA Administrator. In the field, the DHS chain of command during an incident should extend to the 10 FEMA Regional Administrators, who would execute their responsibilities on the ground through designated “Lead Federal Coordinators,” as discussed in more detail in the following recommendation. During a catastrophe, the Lead Federal Coordinator would be the single federal official on the ground responsible for coordinating the overall federal effort with all of the other response efforts.

■ Consolidate the positions of Principal Federal Official and Federal Coordinating Officer into the single position of Lead Federal Coordinator, who would report through the FEMA Administrator to the Secretary of Homeland Security.

During and after a catastrophe, there must be one DHS official on the ground, responsible to the President and accountable for the agency’s performance. It makes no sense to have a Principal Federal Official (PFO) who reports to the Secretary of Homeland Security and lacks line authority over a Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) who reports to the FEMA Administrator, particularly when the FEMA Administrator works for the Secretary and FEMA is part of DHS. The continuing existence of the PFO and FCO positions perpetuates confusion at all levels—federal, state, local—and indeed reflects the larger DHS-FEMA bureaucratic battle. It is time for this battle to end. As the relationship between DHS and FEMA is restructured, the PFO and FCO positions should be eliminated in the National Response Framework and in statute, respectively, and replaced with a single position: Lead Federal Coordinator (LFC). In practice the LFCs should typically be very senior officials in each of the 10 FEMA regional offices and they should have the authorities of the FCO as described in the Stafford Act of 1988. Ensuring that there is a single DHS senior official on the ground during a crisis—who reports through the Secretary to the President, who has the power to coordinate and distribute federal assistance (whether directly or through delegation of authority), and who already knows the state and local players—would greatly increase unity of effort.

■ State clearly that the Department of Defense will not have the lead in responding to catastrophic incidents but will be expected to play a substantial support role when needed.

The persistent debate about whether the Department of Defense (DoD) should ever lead the response to a catastrophe instead of DHS should be settled. The next Administration should restate emphatically that DHS will be the Lead Federal Coordinator during domestic incidents, but should also make clear that DoD will be expected to play a significant supporting role in catastrophes, working within the HSPD-5 framework. As outlined in the National Response Framework, the federal government should have a single, scalable framework for incident management, led by a single federal agency. The nation cannot afford to have one system for 98 percent of all events, and a different, DoD-led system for the 2 percent of events that are “high end.” At the same time, the next Administration should make very clear that DoD will no longer hold the civil support mission at arm’s length and will be expected to play a very significant supporting role in the aftermath of a catastrophic event—a role that will require that DoD resource, train, and equip its forces accordingly.

■ Initiate a robust dialogue on the subject of how to balance the need to enable the federal government to directly employ federal resources within a state or states during the most extreme circumstances with the constitutional rights of states.

The idea of expanding the role of the federal government during a domestic catastrophe is anathema to many in the homeland security community; but in light of the threats faced by the nation in the post–September 11 environment, it is only prudent to ensure that the country’s preparedness system includes the ability of the federal government to exercise its full authority under the law to save lives and protect property during a major disaster. It is not impossible to imagine scenarios in which state leadership is severely weakened in its ability to orchestrate an effective response effort, or others in which the state leadership is in place but the state’s capacity to execute decisions made by those leaders is severely degraded. In such instances, it may be appropriate for the federal government to exercise the authority granted to it under the Stafford Act more fully than is envisioned today.

The goal of adapting the current system is not to enable the federal government to “take over” management of a catastrophe over the objections of a state governor, but rather to develop an understanding with state governors in advance about the conditions under which the federal government might need to directly employ federal resources within a state or states in the most extreme circumstances in order to execute its responsibility to save lives and protect property. The principle of managing a crisis at the lowest level of government possible should remain a fundamental feature of the American approach to domestic emergency management. At the same time, the next Secretary of Homeland Security, with the President’s strong backing, should work closely with state governors to begin exploring how the current system could be adapted in a mutually acceptable way that balances the need to fully empower the federal government under existing law with maintenance of the constitutional right of states to self-governance during a catastrophe.

■ Conduct a Quadrennial National Security Review and create a National Security Planning Guidance.

There is growing consensus that the federal government needs a mechanism to develop an inte- grated set of national security priorities, assess trade-offs among these different priorities, and assign roles and responsibilities for these priorities across the interagency. To achieve these objectives, the next Administration should direct the National Security Council (NSC) to lead a Quadrennial National Security Review (QNSR) in the first few months of the new term. The review would engage the relevant national security agencies, focus on a select set of critical national security priorities, and produce two major documents: an integrated National Security Planning Guidance and a public National Security Strategy, both of which would include treatment of homeland security issues. The National Security Planning Guidance would elaborate on the broad priorities articulated in the QNSR; provide more specific guidance on priorities, roles, and missions; and lay out timelines for the implementation of major planning objectives. In addition, the planning guidance would be the starting point for Cabinet agencies to develop their own more detailed strategies.

■ Create a Senior Director for Strategic Planning within the merged NSC to lead interagency strategic planning efforts and oversee their implementation.

The federal government cannot develop or implement the kinds of integrated national security strategies and programs that are needed to meet the challenges of the 21st-century security environment in the absence of strong leadership and coordination at the White House level. As part of the NSC, the next President should create and empower a robust strategic planning directorate, led by a Senior Director for Strategic Planning. Rather than relying on the 1- to 2-person strategic planning offices that have sometimes been a part of the NSC organization, the next President and National Security Adviser need at least 10–15 people leading strategic planning efforts on a daily basis. This office should be responsible for leading the QNSR and developing the National Secu- rity Planning Guidance. This office also should be responsible for guiding the interagency process to develop detailed plans for responding to catastrophic events, as well as the associated effort to develop requirements for catastrophe response at the federal level that are then fed into the federal budget process.

■ Establish a robust interagency organization overseen by the NSC but housed at DHS that is responsible for the development of integrated and detailed interagency plans and for identification of specific requirements for the federal departments.

Although considerable progress has been made in 2007 and 2008, the federal government still does not have a set of detailed interagency plans associated with the 15 National Planning Sce- narios. The next Administration should establish a strong interagency organization—closely overseen by the NSC Strategic Planning Directorate but housed at DHS—that is responsible on a daily basis for developing integrated, interagency operational plans for responding to catastrophic events. These plans would be updated regularly, perhaps every year or two. Creating such plans is one of the most important steps that the federal government can take to improve national readiness, and the interagency organization should be backed strongly by the NSC, should be staffed with the best possible personnel with planning expertise, and should be high on the radar screen of the next Secretary of Homeland Security. Complementing its deliberate planning function, it should be focal point for identifying specific requirements for federal departments, which are then validated by the relevant agencies and fed into their internal resourcing systems.

■ Create a partnership between the Office of Management and Budget and the NSC Strategic Planning Directorate to lead the development of integrated budget planning across homeland security mission areas.

To more fully integrate the implementation of homeland security policy, the next Administration should develop a partnership between the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the NSC Strategic Planning Directorate charged with devising a method of examining budgets across homeland security mission areas. This process should entail a front-end review of agency budget proposals in the planning stages, across mission areas and programs to identify priorities, capability gaps, overlaps, and shortfalls at the outset of the budget cycle. This partnership will require that NSC and OMB begin reviewing the agency budget plans together over the course of the summer before the President’s budget is submitted. The final budget submission to Congress could then include proposals presented not only by mission area but also by major programs that support the mission requirements. Participating NSC staff, taking the lead role, should be drawn mainly from the Strategic Planning Directorate but should also include other members of the NSC staff with deep knowledge of the particular subject matter areas. To facilitate this integrated review across mission areas, a new OMB staff group with significant policy expertise and cross-agency purview should be developed and should play a major role in the process.

■ Substantially revise the Target Capabilities List.

The federal government has directed state and local governments today to focus their preparedness investments on 37 target capabilities, but the target capability levels do not differentiate between big cities, smaller cities, small towns, and rural areas. Nor is there very clear guidance on how to measure whether state and local jurisdictions have achieved the prescribed target capability levels. The next Secretary of Homeland Security and FEMA Administrator should build on work that is just getting under way in FEMA to substantially revise the Target Capabilities List (TCL) so that desired target capabilities levels are linked to different types of jurisdictions and the guidelines provided differentiate between cities and towns around the country in terms of area, population size and density, numbers of potential high-risk targets, and other factors.

This effort should also clearly describe performance objectives for target capabilities in commonsense terms, linking those objectives to the particular needs of different sizes and types of jurisdictions. Equally important, a revised TCL will specify how progress toward those objectives will be judged. Once the objectives and evaluative measures are developed, DHS and state and local governments will have an agreed-on basis for assessing capability development, something that does not exist today. Particularly in light of the great dissatisfaction expressed by many state and local officials with the consultation process for the original TCL, published as part of the National Preparedness Guidelines, it is critically important that FEMA to adopt a truly collaborative process in undertaking this revision.

■ Reform the DHS grants program to be a flagship component of DHS that is well managed, transparent, highly credible, and tightly linked to federal priorities.

The DHS grants program and the organization within the department that administers the program will inevitably be crucial to DHS’s success in building preparedness at the state and local levels. Recognizing that the grants program and its administration contribute strongly to how DHS is viewed beyond the Beltway, the next Secretary and FEMA Administrator should make reforming the grant program a high priority. The FEMA regional offices should become in effect the front lines of the grant program process, as they are much closer to the state and local grant recipients than is DHS headquarters in Washington. Central to the reform effort should be linking the grant program more tightly to the strategic priorities outlined in policy guidance documents such as the Guidelines and a revised Target Capabilities List. Grant applications should explain how proposed investments will achieve target capability levels, grant recipients should report progress toward target capabilities using agreed-on evaluative measures contained in a revised TCL, and federal evaluations should be undertaken in addition to the self-assessment process, perhaps as a condition of grant eligibility.

■ Host a catastrophic event tabletop exercise for very senior officials early in each new Administration.

The new Administration should bring together its Cabinet officials for a tabletop exercise focused on managing a catastrophic event in the first 60 days of the new term. Such an exercise would force Cabinet officials to become familiar with their basic homeland security responsibilities and would give them all a better understanding of the scope and type of challenges the federal gov- ernment would likely face should some catastrophe occur. This kind of exercise also would help spur Cabinet Secretaries toward focusing their agencies on critical vulnerabilities early in the next Administration.

■ Reform TOPOFF to make it much closer to a “no-notice” exercise.

Because it involves extensive advance coordination, TOPOFF—the “top officials” capstone exercise—may not offer sufficient insight into the nation’s overall preparedness for catastrophic events. Only an exercise that is “no-notice,” or close to it, will provide an accurate picture of how well the federal government can coordinate its own efforts internally and work collaboratively with state and local governments as it responds to a catastrophe. Given the practical challenges associated with major field exercises, it may be useful to focus initially on holding no-notice tabletop exer- cises at the federal and state government level to test decisionmaking and coordination processes before determining whether it is possible to proceed to a full-fledged no-notice field exercise.


■ Complete and expand the existing effort to create homeland security regional hubs that leverage the resources of the FEMA regional offices.

Common sense dictates that leaders in Washington, D.C., cannot directly manage the response to a catastrophe taking place hundreds or thousands of miles away. FEMA’s recent initiatives to rein- vigorate its regional offices and make them the essential link between Washington and the field are critical and must be fully implemented. Without this connective tissue between Washington and the state and local levels, it will be difficult, if not impossible, to realize any meaningful vision of national preparedness. The FEMA regional offices should be responsible for developing regional strategies and plans, functioning as a one-stop shop for preparedness activities and the grant programs, and building on existing regional collaborative structures. To ensure that the regional offices can be fully effective, the next Administration should establish requirements making them the principal coordinators for federal agencies in the field. Finally, a very senior official in each regional office with bureaucratic, operational, and “Washington” skills should be predesignated as the Lead Federal Coordinator for each region.

■ Create regional homeland security task forces, drawn largely from existing National Guard units, to complement the regional homeland security hubs.

Creating regional homeland security task forces from existing National Guard units would provide a military complement to the FEMA regional offices. The next Secretary of Defense and Chief of the National Guard Bureau should work closely with governors and U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) to organize National Guard–led homeland security task forces in each region. Not only would these task forces create a focal point for regional military planning, exercising, and training, they would ensure that each region of the country has a rapid response force able to help bridge the three- to five-day gap between the immediate aftermath of an event, when local first responders are the only capabilities on the scene, and the arrival of most federal capabilities.

■ Implement and fund a strengthened version of the National Security Professional Program and fund and implement an expanded DHS professional development and education system.

The next Administration needs to beef up the requirements in the National Security Professional Program and provide additional resources for implementing Executive Order 13434, which created it. Without a workforce that has the skills and experience to operate across all the dimensions of homeland security—prevention, protection, preparedness, response, and recovery—the nation will not be able to protect itself against future catastrophes or manage them when they do happen. Rotation through different positions in the government to gain core competencies needs to be linked explicitly to eligibility for career advancement, as it was for uniformed military officers as part of the 1986 Goldwater-Nichols Act.

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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #102 on: November 09, 2010, 03:36:55 pm »
did the rawstory link go dead recently?

I found a blog with the story cut-pasted in from december but the rawstory link is dead.

http://labvirus.wordpress.com/2009/12/23/us-to-%E2%80%99simulate%E2%80%99-technically-impossible-attack-by-iran/

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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #103 on: November 09, 2010, 03:37:04 pm »

This makes the most sense to me, I believe they said it was "classified" as well, do you think this will lead up to blaming Iran as a pretext for war? 

Impossible now that we have the video!

That is why the Mockingbird f*ck-tards are running around like chickens with their heads cut off trying to squash the whole damn thing.
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #104 on: November 09, 2010, 03:37:44 pm »
did the rawstory link go dead recently?

I found a blog with the story cut-pasted in from december but the rawstory link is dead.

http://labvirus.wordpress.com/2009/12/23/us-to-%E2%80%99simulate%E2%80%99-technically-impossible-attack-by-iran/

evidence of revision!
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #105 on: November 09, 2010, 03:40:59 pm »
But if they were gonna do this for the sake of blaming Iran so we could go to war, wouldn't they have made sure the missile actually made contact? 
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #106 on: November 09, 2010, 03:42:59 pm »
here's a screengrab of their estimated launch position from a LA affiliate



they WANTED this thing seen by as many people possible!  30 miles west of LA??!!!   there was never any INTENTION of keeping this thing secret.  FEAR and BEGGING THE GOVERNMENT FOR HELP AND INFO is what they wanted and that's what they got!
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #107 on: November 09, 2010, 03:44:20 pm »
Pentagon calls mystery missile 'unexplained,' cannot rule out threat

The Pentagon said Tuesday that a missile launch off the southern coast of California remained “unexplained” and that its mysterious origins meant that it was not possible to rule out any threat to the homeland, Fox News Channel reported.

Earlier Tuesday, NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) and NORTHCOM (United States Northern Command) officials told Fox there was no threat, but Pentagon Spokesman Col. Dave Lapan would not confirm that because the military does not know what the missile was or where it came from.

Lapan added that the incident did not appear to be a regularly scheduled test, as no warnings to mariners or airmen appeared to be issued ahead of its launch.

The contrail was caught on camera by a KCBS news helicopter at around sunset Monday evening, approximately 35 miles out to sea and west of Los Angeles.

The missile appeared to be launched from the water, and not from US soil, Lapan added.

The military was trying to solve the mystery using the video from KCBS as there was no indication that NORAD and NORTHCOM were able to detect it independently.

According to Fox News, NORAD and NORTHCOM would only say they were aware of the launch.

However one unnamed senior defense official added: "There was no threat to the homeland."

A navy spokesperson previously told KCBS that no navy activity was reported in the region.

A sergeant at Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County said a Delta II rocket was launched from the base last Friday, but insisted there were no launches since then.

On viewing the footage, former deputy defense secretary Robert Ellsworth speculated on KCBS that the launch could be a show of military muscle.

"It could be a test-firing of an intercontinental ballistic missile from a submarine ... to demonstrate, mainly to Asia, that we can do that," Ellsworth said.


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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #108 on: November 09, 2010, 03:49:59 pm »
has alex even talked about this? Haven't listened to today's show yet. All I see is a bunch of speculation and not enough solid facts. Has any conclusions been reached yet?
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« Reply #109 on: November 09, 2010, 03:52:57 pm »
No since no one is saying anything which is putting everyone on edge, the military is being quiet about it.
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #110 on: November 09, 2010, 03:53:05 pm »
has alex even talked about this? Haven't listened to today's show yet. All I see is a bunch of speculation and not enough solid facts. Has any conclusions been reached yet?

Mentioned it for a couple of moments coming out of the last break of the first hour, didn't say anything substantial.  
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #111 on: November 09, 2010, 03:54:03 pm »
But if they were gonna do this for the sake of blaming Iran so we could go to war, wouldn't they have made sure the missile actually made contact? 

Not if some people found out about this batshit crazy plan and issued an immediate ABORT. Or it could be a dry run like with the 9/11 patsies and James Woods.

Looks like the video got leaked too early.

Imagine if a video showing the world trade center explosions got leaked on 9/11!
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #112 on: November 09, 2010, 03:55:49 pm »
Former NATO Ambassador: Missile “Mystery” Was US “Show Of Force” To Asia        

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UPDATE: About that missile launched off the coast of southern California yesterday? The one that the military is saying they don’t know anything about? CBS shows the footage to Robert Ellsworth, former ambassador to NATO, who says the rocket is possibly an intercontinental ballistic missile. Ellsworth says perhaps it was fired as a “show of force,” related to President Obama’s Asia trip, and from what he tell, it looks like it’s a “test firing from an underwater submarine to demonstrate, mainly to Asia, that we can do that…”

Pentagon calls mystery missile ‘unexplained,’ cannot rule out threat

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The Pentagon said Tuesday that a missile launch off the southern coast of California remained “unexplained” and that its mysterious origins meant that it was not possible to rule out any threat to the homeland, Fox News Channel reported.

Earlier Tuesday, NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) and NORTHCOM (United States Northern Command) officials told Fox there was no threat, but Pentagon Spokesman Col. Dave Lapan would not confirm that because the military does not know what the missile was or where it came from.

Lapan added that the incident did not appear to be a regularly scheduled test, as no warnings to mariners or airmen appeared to be issued ahead of its launch.

The contrail was caught on camera by a KCBS news helicopter at around sunset Monday evening, approximately 35 miles out to sea and west of Los Angeles.

The missile appeared to be launched from the water, and not from US soil, Lapan added.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/pentagon-calls-mystery-missile-unexplained-cannot-rule-out-threat.html

(includes NBC video link)

link to original story:

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/mystery_missile_launch_caught_report_InDYUhETO5NnS5RYKuZ6bO


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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #113 on: November 09, 2010, 03:55:59 pm »
here's a screengrab of their estimated launch position from a LA affiliate



they WANTED this thing seen by as many people possible!  30 miles west of LA??!!!   there was never any INTENTION of keeping this thing secret.  FEAR and BEGGING THE GOVERNMENT FOR HELP AND INFO is what they wanted and that's what they got!

they wanted it seen, but not video taped and published almost in real time by a huge network with higher res cameras than an iPhone.

they wanted people to see the planes hit the WTC as well, but they only showed the videos they wanted us to see.

I do not think they wanted us to see this video.
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #114 on: November 09, 2010, 03:59:24 pm »
Not if some people found out about this batshit crazy plan and issued an immediate ABORT. Or it could be a dry run like with the 9/11 patsies and James Woods.

Looks like the video got leaked too early.

Imagine if a video showing the world trade center explosions got leaked on 9/11!

I'm trying to make sense of this but the timing doesn't add up to me.  This happened what, Monday evening?  We're only just talking about it since this morning.  If they were gonna abort it they'd have had to do it in that very moment.  They couldn't have known a tape existed at that point.  If my logic is wrong, help me out here.  I just can't decide if the government WANTED the public to know or if they didn't and the video got in the way of their plans.
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #115 on: November 09, 2010, 04:04:45 pm »
That document definately needs it's own thread. How it goes about skirting the Constitution, while admitting basically it's avoiding issues with the Constitution, is just amazing. It also shows how they feel, the federal goverment, to include the "local level" as part of the federal effort, which effectively places the feds in the stae's place because the loval level that is working for the feds can't work for the local level too. It's a conflict of interest by the local level.

And they of course talk of the use of the National Guard as their personal security force, while claiming it's the militia. This whole document in my opinion spells out a plan of ursuping power from the Constitution under the guise of a national disaster. It's a fine-tuning of their plan. It shows that the federal level has clearly taken command and control of the National Guard as part of the regular army command structure, as seen in the document how they will basically dole out the state's own guard units back to them as the feds see fit. The state's governors should have a major problem with that if they knew the Constitution. The National Guard is not the militia mentioned in the Constitution. And if they are, then the state's forces have been overrun by federal troops by the mere shuffling of paperwork.

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■ Create regional homeland security task forces, drawn largely from existing National Guard units, to complement the regional homeland security hubs.

Creating regional homeland security task forces from existing National Guard units would provide a military complement to the FEMA regional offices. The next Secretary of Defense and Chief of the National Guard Bureau should work closely with governors and U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) to organize National Guard–led homeland security task forces in each region. Not only would these task forces create a focal point for regional military planning, exercising, and training, they would ensure that each region of the country has a rapid response force able to help bridge the three- to five-day gap between the immediate aftermath of an event, when local first responders are the only capabilities on the scene, and the arrival of most federal capabilities.

■ Implement and fund a strengthened version of the National Security Professional Program and fund and implement an expanded DHS professional development and education system.

The next Administration needs to beef up the requirements in the National Security Professional Program and provide additional resources for implementing Executive Order 13434, which created it. Without a workforce that has the skills and experience to operate across all the dimensions of homeland security—prevention, protection, preparedness, response, and recovery—the nation will not be able to protect itself against future catastrophes or manage them when they do happen. Rotation through different positions in the government to gain core competencies needs to be linked explicitly to eligibility for career advancement, as it was for uniformed military officers as part of the 1986 Goldwater-Nichols Act.

Ideally, the professional development and education program envisioned in the executive order would also include opportunities for state- and local-level personnel to serve in the federal government. To support these rotational assignments and build a robust system of training and professional education, the next Administration should work with Congress to mandate that participating agencies fund a 3–5 percent personnel float. Complementing professional development at the interagency level, the next Secretary of Homeland Security should ensure that the DHS Learning and Development Strategy is appropriately funded and implemented, expand current education and development plans, and engage institutions of higher learning in a dialogue about future needs for homeland security professionals.
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #116 on: November 09, 2010, 04:05:21 pm »
Former NATO Ambassador: Missile “Mystery” Was US “Show Of Force” To Asia        

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This was a bona fide screw up.

Here is a show of force (a one month hyped exercise):

The same weapons manufacturers that sell space weapons to the US also sell them to every other military power on the globe! All of this saber rattling being reported by the media is a farce- The same weapons corporations sell satellites and missiles to China, Russia, the US, Pakistan, India, etc.

Source: http://santamariatimes.com/articles/2008/02/14/news/breaking/breaking11.txt
Broken spy satellite launched from Vandenberg to be shot down
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President Bush decided to make a first-of-its-kind attempt to use a missile to bring down a broken U.S. spy satellite — launched from Vandenberg AFB 14 months ago — because of the potential danger to people from its rocket fuel, officials said today. Briefing reporters at the Pentagon, Deputy National Security Adviser James Jeffrey did not say when the attempted intercept would be conducted, but the satellite is expected to hit Earth during the first week of March. Gen. James Cartwright, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said at the same briefing that the “window of opportunity” for such a shootdown, presumably to be launched from a Navy ship, will open in the next three or four days and last for seven or eight days. He did not say whether the Pentagon has decided on an exact launch date. The National Reconnaissance Office satellite blasted off aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket in December 2006 from Vandenberg’s Space Launch Complex-2. Cartwright said this will be an unprecedented effort; he would not say exactly what are the odds of success. “This is the first time we’ve used a tactical missile to engage a spacecraft,” said Cartwright.
 
Source: http://santamariatimes.com/articles/2008/02/14/news/breaking/breaking11.txt

Part 2 of this analysis: why we are in the iraq war, deals with the excuse for testing space weapons:



Another key reason for the war was to test out the new “integrated” war fighting capability that advances in space technology provide. “We talk about Desert Storm being the first ‘space war,’ but I’d call this the first real space war – where we have truly integrated ‘space’ throughout the battle space, in ways we’ve never been able to do before,” says Brig. Gen Larry Jones, commander of the 50th Space Wing at Schriever AFB. Colorado.

Never before had space systems been used so widely and continuously for combat support in a war. Hundreds of soldiers sat at computer monitors and giant screens showing every ship, tank and aircraft in the Iraqi theater. Over 50 satellites, controlled primarily out of Colorado Springs and Denver, orchestrated the entire battle.

The Air Force’s Milstar satellite system was instrumental in controlling the Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), directing the Navy Tomahawk cruise missiles to their targets, and coordinating clandestine communications for Special Forces on the ground. Overall, there were more than 1,000 inter-operable Milstar computer terminals being used, many of them in Iraq. “Fighting units…are starting to coalesce around these capabilities. As they exploit all the capacity we have in space systems, the incremental gain in combat effectiveness is huge,” says one U.S. Iraq war commander.

Like the 1991 Persian Gulf war, this current Iraq war allowed for the real-time testing of new weapons systems. The super-secret Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in California built and tested a new UAV called DarkStar. The super stealthy pilot-less plane gave the U.S. the capability to “dwell” over a target area for several hours at a time.

Pentagon analysts are already digesting all available information about how their weapons systems performed in anticipation of the “next space war.” As in the first Persian Gulf War, a controversy has erupted concerning the performance of the Patriot air defense system – part of Theatre Missile Defense (TMD). Patriot battery crews shot down two planes during the height of the war – one American Navy F-18 and a British Air Force Tornado. The response of the House of Representatives in Washington was to give the Pentagon even more money for Patriot research and development!

http://mt-milcom.blogspot.com/2008/02/navy-to-shoot-down-malfunctioning.html

Navy to Shoot Down Malfunctioning Satellite



A Standard Missile (SM-3) is launched from the Aegis combat system equipped Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS Decatur (DDG 73) during a Missile Defense Agency ballistic missile flight test. (U.S. Navy Photo)

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Navy will shoot down a malfunctioning U.S. spy satellite sometime after Feb. 20, government officials said during a Pentagon news conference Feb. 14. Ambassador James F. Jeffrey, assistant to the president and deputy national security advisor, said President George W. Bush decided to bring down the satellite because of the likelihood that the satellite could release hydrazine, a toxic chemical used as a maneuvering fuel.

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« Reply #117 on: November 09, 2010, 04:15:10 pm »
I think they can't officially admit it was a show of force for diplomatic reasons, but was meant to "send a signal as it were".

But, "Meh", I can't prove that either.

I have seen a missile test in LA before.  Seems kind of crazy that we would test missiles so close to major population centers, but we do.  They are usually not pre-announced either.  It would not be unlike the military to deny they had made such a test either, even when it was evident that they had.  To me the timing is more than coincidental (the G-20 conference here in South Korea this week).  I believe it was a "test" done for political purposes -- so not a test really at all.

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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #118 on: November 09, 2010, 04:15:46 pm »
Nothing in the afternoon updates from The Washington Post.
Nothing in the New York Times.
Nothing in the International Herald Tribune.
Nothing in the UK Guardian.
Nothing in the Wall Street Journal.
Nothing in Reuters.
MSNBC features Bristol Palin, not a peep about the missile.

ABC News has it front and center:
http://abcnews.go.com/
Whose Missile Was This?
"Mystery missile" launch caught on tape off the coast of California
has even the Pentagon scratching its head. So who fired it?

(* Oh - but if you want to watch ABC's copy of the video, you have to first sit through a UPS commercial!)
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Re: Mystery missile caught on video near LA! NWO is shitting bricks
« Reply #119 on: November 09, 2010, 04:18:26 pm »
the "spin" machine is starting now. 
http://uncinus.wordpress.com/2010/11/09/4/#more-4

they want you to believe it was a contrail and just LOOKED like a missile launch because of the angle.    ::)  couple of former Navy people replying in the comments saying it was a sub-launched missile from patrols that are often in the area.
molon labe