H/t reader squodgy:
“You just cannot get further from the sea to carry out naval ops than Denver.
I recall driving through Nebraska and saw U.S. Navy weapons stores, all in dozens of 100 yard long by 20ft high grassed camouflaged bunkers, again as strategically far from potential attack as you could get.
But this is for a different kind of war, one with little concern for the likes of us.”
Over Denver, the future capital of the U.S. …
It seems that the U.S. military is geared up for a permanent cyber war with the people and various governments of this globe.
Though tensions with Russia may have been temporarily alleviated with the election of Donald Trump – who has signaled for peace with Putin – the long game is much more complicated.
With new powers in Washington taking shape in the next administration, one faction in government was quietly, subtly parading its power.