Black People : Now you can help Re-Colonize the 3rd World

Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Putney Swope, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. Putney Swope

    Putney Swope Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Jun 27, 2009
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    The scarcity of oil real or not has created new "discovered" activities of mass destruction and weapons of mass destruction, and that whole doggone rigamarole story again.

    Now ordinary citizens will have the chance
    (maybe whether they want to or not) to assist in fighting for natural resources, under the guise of George Bush's newly repeated rhetoric

    Defense Department Announces Civilian Expeditionary Workforce

    Obama’s promise of a civilian security force is set in motion

    Steve Watson
    Friday, Jan 30th, 2009

    The Defense Department has established a “civilian expeditionary workforce” that will see American civilians trained and equipped to deploy overseas in support of worldwide military missions.

    The move is seen by some as an initial step towards fulfilling President Obama’s promise to form a civilian national security force as powerful as the U.S. military.

    The intent of the program “is to maximize the use of the civilian workforce to allow military personnel to be fully utilized for operational requirements,” according to a Defense Department report.

    The program was officially implemented one week ago, on the 23rd January, when Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England signed Defense Department Directive 1404.10 (PDF), which provides a summation of the duties the workforce will undertake.

    The directive, which is effective immediately, states that civilian employees of the DoD will be asked to sign agreements stating that they will deploy in support of military missions for up to two years if needed.

    Workforce members, who are divided into different designations under the directive, will serve overseas in support of humanitarian, reconstruction and, if necessary, combat-support missions.

    “If the employee does not wish to deploy, every effort will be made to reassign the employee to a nondeploying position.” the DoD report states.

    While the directive suggests that the DoD will at first seek volunteers to serve in the civilian workforce, section 4, subsection (e) paragraph (2) states:

    Management retains the authority to direct and assign civilian employees, either voluntarily, involuntarily, or on an unexpected basis to accomplish the DoD mission.

    In addition, the directive states that all workforce members will be subject to physical and psychological testing, both before and after deployment.

    The directive refers several times to the civilian workforce as a component of the “Total Force”, which it describes as “The organizations, units, and individuals that compromise the DoD resources for implementing the National Security Strategy.” This “Total Force” includes active, reserve and retired military personnel in addition to DoD civilian employe.....

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