by Madison Ruppert
Recently, I published an article covering the January 22-26 multi-agency exercises being conducted in the Los Angeles area.
As I outlined in the article, this is in fact part of a broader trend
of joint military-police drills (which often include other agencies,
hence the “multi-agency” label) that have been occurring across the
It seems hard to ignore the fact that the armed forces of the United
States are training for urban warfare, not urban warfare in the Middle
East, but instead here in our own nation.
This is becoming painfully clear due to the fact that the military trains for what they think they’re going to do.
If they are planning to fight in the desert, they would train in the
desert and obviously if they are going to be fighting in a
metropolitan setting in the United States, they would train in an
Unfortunately, this is exactly what we are witnessing: increasing amount of training in urban American environments.
The Los Angeles drill is just a microcosmic example of this, and one of the more disturbing developments is the announcement of a “mock city roughly the size of downtown San Diego” which has been erected recently at the Twentynine Palms military base.