Courtesy of Project Camelot:
You mean that China and the US are working together to stage a war?
The Pentagon started the planning in 1998. You have to understand that China and the US are hand in glove with everything. This war is a joint op between the US and China. Most wars are set up that way and have been for a while.You want something else that’s just unpleasant to hear? I also heard from someone who was serving in a unit that worked with missiles deployed for testing in the Pacific and the Far East. The missiles were shipped to the test location in very tightly sealed containers, very secure, hermetically sealed. After the tests, the container would be shipped back, sealed the same way, but empty, supposedly empty. On one occasion, this guy was present when a container was opened. It wasn’t empty. It was filled with bags of white powder.
The Iron Mountain Report was written by 15 people who called themselves “The Special Study Group”. Iron Mountain was a resort that was north of New York City, up into the Hudson River Valley. Meeting between 1963 and 1966, with the final report submitted in 1967, the group studied the social impact and need for warfare. It was quite well thought out and the group had and eclectic membership, ranging from career military to physicists. The group utilized computer technology of the day to crunch numbers and to play “peace games” to see if alternatives to warfare existed, if any.
The people who wrote the report say it was intended for public reading, but until I was researching The Project Camelot people, I have never heard of it. I’m going to skip to the end of the report and give some examples of the group’s recommendations:
We propose the establishment, under executive order of the President, of a
permanent WAR/PEACE Research Agency, empowered and mandated to
execute the programs described in (2) and (3) below. This agency (a) will be
provided with nonaccountable funds sufficient to implement its responsibilities
and decisions at its own discretion, and (b) will have authority to preempt and
utilize, without restriction, any and all facilities of the executive branch of the
government in pursuit of its objectives. It will be organized along the lines of
the National Security Council, except that none of its governing, executive, or
operating personnel will hold other public office or governmental responsibility.
Its directorate will be drawn from the broadest practicable spectrum of scientific
disciplines, humanistic studies, applied creative arts, operating technologies,
and otherwise unclassified professional occupations. It will be responsible
solely to the President, or to other officers of government temporarily deputized
by him. Its operations will be governed entirely by its own rules of procedure.
Its authority will expressly include the unlimited right to withhold information
on its activities and its decisions, from anyone except the President, whenever it
deems such secrecy to be in the public interest.
The first of the War/Peace Research Agency’s two principal responsibilities will
be to determine all that can be known, including what can reasonably be
inferred in terms of relevant statistical probabilities, that may bear on an
eventual transition to a general condition of peace. The findings in this Report
may be considered to constitute the beginning of this study and to indicate its
orientation; detailed records of the investigations and findings of the Special
Study Group on which this Report is based, will be furnished the agency, along
with whatever clarifying data the agency deems necessary. This aspect of the
agency’s work will hereinafter be referred to as “Peace Research.”
The Agency’s Peace Research activities will necessarily include, but not be
limited to, the following:
(a) The creative development of possible substitute institutions for the principal
nonmilitary functions of war.
(b) The careful matching of such institutions against the criteria summarized in
this Report, as refined, revised, and extended by the agency.
(c) The testing and evaluation of substitute institutions, for acceptability,
feasibility, and credibility, against hypothecated transitional and postwar
conditions; the testing and evaluation of the effects of the anticipated atrophy of
certain unsubstantiated functions.
(d) The development and testing of the corelativity of multiple substitute
institutions, with the eventual objective of establishing a comprehensive
program of compatible war substitutes suitable for a planned transition to peace,
if and when this is found to be possible and subsequently judged desirable by
appropriate political authorities.
(e) The preparation of a wide-ranging schedule of partial, uncorrelated, crash
programs of adjustment suitable for reducing the dangers of unplanned
transition to peace effected by force majeure.
Peace Research methods will include but not be limited to, the following:
(a) The comprehensive interdisciplinary application of historical, scientific,
technological, and cultural data.
(b) The full utilization of modern methods of mathematical modeling,
analogical analysis, and other, more sophisticated, quantitative techniques in
process of development that are compatible with computer programming.
(c) The heuristic “peace games” procedures developed during the course of its
assignment by the Special Study Group, and further extensions of this basic
approach to the testing of institutional functions.
The WAR/PEACE Research Agency’s other principal responsibility will be
“War Research.” Its fundamental objective will be to ensure the continuing
viability of the war system to fulfill its essential nonmilitary functions for as
long as the war system is judged necessary to or desirable for the survival of
society. To achieve this end, the War Research groups within the agency will
engage in the following activities:
(a) Quantification of existing application of the non-military functions of war.
Specific determinations will include, but not be limited to:
the gross amount and the net proportion of nonproductive military expenditures
since World War II assignable to the need for war as an economic stabilizer;
the amount and proportion of military expenditures and destruction of life,
property, and natural resources during this period assignable to the need for war
as an instrument for political control;
similar figures, to the extent that they can be separately arrived at, assignable to
the need for war to maintain social cohesiveness;
levels of recruitment and expenditures on the draft and other forms of personnel
deployment attributable to the need for military institutions to control social
the statistical relationship of war casualties to world food supplies;
the correlation of military actions and expenditures with cultural activities and
scientific advances (including necessarily the development of mensurable
standards in these areas).
(b) Establishment of a priori modern criteria for the execution of the nonmilitary
functions of war. These will include, but not be limited to:
calculation of minimum and optimum ranges of military expenditure required,
under varying hypothetical conditions, to fulfill these several functions,
separately and collectively;
determination of minimum and optimum levels of destruction of LIFE,
PROPERTY, and NATURAL RESOURCES prerequisite to the credibility of
external threat essential to the political and motivational functions;
development of a negotiable formula governing the relationship between
military recruitment and training policies and the exigencies of social control.
(c) Reconciliation of these criteria with prevailing economic, political,
sociological, and ecological limitations. The ultimate object of this phase of
War Research is to rationalize the heretofore informal operations of the war
system. It should provide practical working procedures through which
responsible governmental authority may resolve the following war-function
problems, among others, under any given circumstances:
how to determine the optimum quantity, nature, and timing of military
expenditures to ensure a desired degree of economic control;
how to organize the recruitment, deployment, and ostensible use of military
personnel to ensure a desired degree of acceptance of authorized social values;
how to compute on a short-term basis, the nature and extent of the LOSS OF
LIFE and other resources which SHOULD BE SUFFERED and/or INFLICTEDDURING
any single outbreak of hostilities to achieve a desired degree of
internal political authority and social allegiance;
how to project, over extended periods, the nature and quality of overt warfare
which must be planned and budgeted to achieve a desired degree of contextual
stability for the same purpose; factors to be determined must include frequency
of occurrence, length of phase, INTENSITY OF PHYSICAL DESTRUCTION,
extensiveness of geographical involvement, and OPTIMUM MEAN LOSS OFLIFE
how to extrapolate accurately from the foregoing, for ecological purposes, the
continuing effect of the war system, over such extended cycles, on population
pressures, and to adjust the planning of casualty rates accordingly.
War Research procedures will necessarily include, but not be limited to, the
(a) The collation of economic, military, and other relevant date into uniform
terms, permitting the reversible translation of heretofore discrete categories of
(b) The development and application of appropriate forms of cost-effectiveness
analysis suitable for adapting such new constructs to computer terminology,
programming, and projection.
(c) Extension of the “war games” methods of systems testing to apply, as a
quasi-adversary proceeding, to the nonmilitary functions of war.
Since Both Programs of the WAR/PEACE RESEARCH Agency will share the
same purpose—to maintain governmental freedom of choice in respect to war
and peace until the direction of social survival is no longer in doubt —
it is of the
essence of this proposal that the agency be constituted without limitation of
time. Its examination of existing and proposed institutions will be selfliquidating
when its own function shall have been superseded by the historical
developments it will have, at least in part, initiated.
I am certain that the more advanced computer technology we have today has been utilized in “gaming” scenarios like the Invasion of Grenada, the perpetual “War on Drugs”, Gulf War I, ad nauseum. I don’t need to talk about the past seven years, do I?
I encourage my readers to read this report. I can think of only one other person than myself who has read this, but I’m guessing here.
If anyone believes this is fake, well, after you read this and put the last seven years into perspective, then come back and say it’s bullsh*t.
It explains alot to me anyhow.