Based on existing organizations, such as the churches, students, communists and doctors professional resistance Armed raids on distribution offices to get food coupons or various documents such as Ausweise or on birth registry offices to get rid of information about Jews and others to whom the Nazis paid special attention temporary liberation of areas, such as in YugoslaviaParisand northern Italyoccasionally in cooperation with the Allied forces uprisings such as in Warsaw in andand in extermination camps such as in Sobibor in and Auschwitz in continuing battle and guerrilla warfaresuch as the partisans in the USSR and Yugoslavia and the Maquis in France Espionageincluding sending reports of military importance e. Illegal press to counter Nazi propaganda Anti-Nazi propaganda including movies for example anti-Nazi color film Calling Mr. Smith about current Nazi crimes in German-occupied Poland.
Jihadization Each of these phases is unique and has specific signatures… The NYPD shows its grasp of the realities of 4GW by not seeing the enemy as a structure or organization: Al-Qaeda has provided the inspiration for homegrown radicalization and terrorism; direct command and control by al-Qaeda has been the exception rather than the rule among the case studies reviewed in this study… Rather, it radicalization is a phenomenon that occurs because the individual is looking for an identity and a cause… Salafist Islam provides the identity and cause these young men are seeking -- and as a number of the case studies show, it has an appeal beyond ethnic boundaries.
The NYPD study correctly notes that: For those who believe the "terrorist" threat is waning, Radicalization in the West: The Homegrown Threat should provide a needed wake-up call. The good news here is that unlike the military, the cops get it.
Perhaps that should not surprise us. I did not modify the talk for a police audience; I told them I did not know enough about policing to be able to do that. They had to translate it from military to police terms themselves. For cops, the real world is the street, not the internal world of promotion and budget politics that absorbs most American military officers.
Outward focus, it seems, makes a difference. Lind As the Presidential debate wallow their sorry way through a sea of inanities, leaving in their wake million glazed eyes, a novel thought occurs: I have just such a question at hand, one that happens to be central to the future of our republic: How, dear sir or madam, do you propose, if elected President, to avoid a long war?
Make no mistake, the Washington Establishment intends our future will be defined by a long war, with all that entails. We see that today, as America takes another step toward the long war. Without thought or reflection, without debate by our elected officials, without our consent.
Fabius cites as evidence the opening lines of the Quadrennial Defense Review: The United States is a nation engaged in what will be a long war. Since the attacks of September 11,our Nation has fought a global war against violent extremists who use terrorism as their weapon of choice, and who seek to destroy our free way of life.
As usual in Washington, the names are changed to protect the guilty.
Washington Post columnist Jim Hoagland wrote on October 21, Pentagon leaders have, in fact, shifted to talking of "an era of persistent conflict" rather than "the long war," a phrase that implied a military-dominated struggle with distinct battlefields and a clearly defined end.
Today that sounds downright optimistic. The Army must remake itself with that in mind, he added. Sun Tzu said it succinctly: Which, just possibly, ought not be the highest qualification for public office, all appearances notwithstanding.
Our first, recently concluded long war should serve as a caution.
InAmerica was a republic with a small federal government, a self-reliant citizenry, growing industry, an expanding middle class, an uplifting culture and exemplary morals.
By and the end of that long war, we had become a tawdry and increasingly resented world empire with a vast, endlessly intrusive federal government, a population of willingly manipulated consumers, shrinking industry, a vanishing middle class, a debauched culture and morals that would shame a self-respecting stoat.
Where will another long war leave us? We need not speculate at random. A long war, or "persistent conflict," is not inevitable. It is ours only if we choose it. A defensive, rather than an offensive, grand strategy is one. Closing our borders and minding our own goddam business is another.
Iraq, Afghanistan, the Sudan, wherever can stew in their own heathen juice.There was much criticism and even condemnation of Stalin, who wielded total power in the USSR between and the confusion was due mostly to an ambitious and devious mediator, Vladimir N.
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World War II had ended less than three years before. It was becoming increasingly apparent that, for all its losses, the big winner of that war had been the Soviet Union and world communism. E. MICHAEL JONES, AUTHOR AND HISTORIAN, is a former professor at Saint Mary’s College in Indiana and the current publisher of Culture Wars Magazine.
As the author of several books, Jones’ later works focus on Jewish opposition to the Catholic Church throughout history and its pernicious effect.