THOSE NEVADA AIR FORCE DRILLS: WHO’S THE TARGET?

December 17, 2018 By Joseph P. Farrell

In case you haven't noticed, we do "high strangeness" and "high octane speculation" here, but we tend to avoid the lunatic fringe, which is why we try to avoid contemporary politics as much as possible. And to clarify (or "muddify" as the case may be) for the new reader here, I'm one of those who thinks there's something mighty suspicious about those California fires that burn houses and businesses and leave the shrubbery and plastic children's playground equipment untouched. Smart meters, heavy metal particulates in the atmosphere, and directed and/or exotic energy weapons systems and a corrupt one-party state government... I entertain all of it as a possibility.

So when Mr. R.D. sent the following article from Zero Hedge, it went to the top of my "finals cut" folder for this week's blogs. It concerns that recent US Air Force "forcible entry" drill that occurred over Nevada:

Large-Scale USAF War Drill Over Nevada Simulated Forcible Entry Maneuver: War Preparations

Now, one might guess where I'm going with this from the title of today's blog, but in case you haven't guessed, here's a few relevant sections from the article:

"At this same time last year, social media was flooded with videos of lights filling up the night sky as strings of C-17s and C-130s crossed the U.S. on their way primarily to the Nellis Test and Training Range (NTTR) in desolate Southern Nevada. This unique large force employment exercise (LFE) is among the most complex drills the USAF executes and it combines assets of all types, including fighters, surveillance aircraft, electronic warfare platforms, and throngs of ground troops and equipment that are dropped into or dropped off in simulated enemy territory," said The Drive.

Here is what JFEX looked like a few years ago during a daytime exercise:

"The C-17s are working out of Keno Airstrip in the NTTR. As you can see, it is one impressive display of airpower. Also, keep in mind that there are so many other moving parts you don't see in the video."

The Drive also points out that the Nellis Test and Training Range was very active during the JFEX. There were surveillance aircraft, from RQ-4 Global Hawks to RC-135 Rivet Joints, orbiting around the range complex around 11:22 pm.

"JFEX has become far more relevant in recent years as the U.S. has started to come to terms with the reality that winning an expeditionary fight against a peer state competitor is an increasingly dubious challenge. Anti-access and area-denial strategies have left the services scrambling to adapt to having to fight an enemy over long distances and breaking open new avenues into their increasingly expansive and fortified domain. Being able to use the Pentagon's potent but limited airlift capacity to rapidly open up new bases of operation and vectors of attack even at very austere and remote locales in becoming a key tenet of future combat operations. This is exactly what JFEX is all about, punching into contested territory over long distances by surprise and setting up a foothold for expanded operations," said The Drive.

So let's be clear here, before we get to today's high octane speculation: these drills are nothing new, and they're practice for airlifting a sizeable amount of troops and logistical support to pretty much anywhere that America decides to lift them: the Ukraine, the Middle East, Africa, anywhere that, as the last paragraph quoted states, they need to "break open new avenues into their increasingly expansive and fortified domains." That's the logical, most apparent, and probable explanation.

With that in hand and on the record, now let's indulge in a bit of high octane speculation. Indeed, Mr. R.D. suggested this speculation himself when he sent the article, and when I read this from the article, I had to concur that something very different might be afoot:

About 38 minutes later, CivMilAir reported 17 C-130s over Texas headed for a region near the Area 51 Airbase in Lincoln County, Nevada.

According to one Twitter user, there could have been as many as 38 warplanes participating in the JFEX.

Another Twitter user showed the C-130s flying over Canyon de Chelly National Monument, a vast park in northeastern Arizona, around 11:13 pm.

The fact that this exercise was being carried out near the environs of the celebrated "Area 51", where allegedly the US carries out some of its most sensitive and secret "black projects research" made me think of this story from 2013, uncovered and reported by well-known UFO researchers Linda Moulton Howe and Richard Dolan:

CIA OPERATIVE: EISENHOWER THREATENS TO INVADE AREA 51

The fact that Mr. Dolan was involved in reporting this story that President Eisenhower was threatening to invade Area 51 is significant, in my opinion, precisely because it was also Mr. Dolan who, in his well-known UFO and National Security State volumes, offered what has since become a mainstay in the thinking of several alternative field researchers, including me, namely, that with enough time, money, and human talent investigating black projects, over time this might lead to a "breakaway civilization," a group of people in control and possession of technologies far in advance of those publicly visible. To call this a "breakaway" group indicates that this group would, by dint of that fact and possession, become quasi- or completely- independent from the host country it allegedly serves. It would, in effect, be a kind of extra-territorial state. I've expanded on this idea to include the necessity for a completely hidden system of finance (deeper and separate from the black budget), networked with the public system in a variety of arcane and bizarre ways (think the bearer bonds scandals). If Ms. Howe's and Mr. Dolan's uncovering of this story about a threatened Eisenhower invasion of the site be true, then the process of "breaking away" began very early indeed. And it should be noted that the presence of Mr. Nixon in the Eisenhower Administration, connected as he was to various covert operations including the planning for the Bay of Pigs, gives an added nuance to this story, for in some of the Cooper-Cantwheel documents, it is Mr. Nixon who, when president, allegedly turned the whole UFO operation completely over to the defense contractors (see my book The SS Brotherhood of the Bell). In effect, if those documents are true, or reporting on something true, then Mr. Nixon effectively sealed and acknowledged the independence of that group and its hidden infrastructures of power, like Area 51.

So back to the exercises over Nevada. Given this context, I have to entertain the possibility that perhaps the exercise was about "breaking into the ever-expanding fortified domains" of a very different set of players, not China or Russia or the Middle East, but our very own home-grown "breakaway civilization." In entertaining this high octane speculation, I've also entertained the idea, which I've blog about briefly on a prior occasion, that this "Space Force President," by approving a "space command," might in effect be trying to reverse that privatization trend implicated by Eisenhower's alleged threat and Nixon's alleged decision, and return not only the technological aspects to a direct military chain of command reporting ultimately to the executive, but also to eliminate the opportunities for financial shenanigans associated with it as well (think bailouts, human trafficking networks, drug running, mortgage fraud, and so on). And if the California fires are factored in, with all the associated strangeness surrounding them, including indicators of extraordinary anomalies and the possible use of exotic technologies, then that group has, in effect, declared war against the citizenry of this country, and such a response would indeed be appropriate and necessary to regain government control of a rogue and runaway group.

See you on the flip side...