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chrisswim
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 6:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hong Kongdom & CHIdom
Hong Kongdom is planning to remain a 'Dom'. The people only wanted elections since becoming a member of the Commonwealth. Hong Kong and CHI both wanted to become members of the Commonwealth on their own volition. Granted they wished to break away from China. They have their national interests and direction, they help determine the interest and direction of the Commonwealth with their members of the Upper Chamber and Lower Chamber. They have 40 members in the Lower Chamber and 2 in the Upper Chamber for CHIdom. Hong Kongdom has 2 and 2.
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Michael Wallace, political ** CENSORED **, (evaluator) review: CHIdom and Hong Kongdom is just because meddling by Canadian influence. The C-nucks think it helps them if someone else want to split. Canada may want to look internally, do some serious evaluation as to who it is, wants to be, how, etc. They are falling apart. Their military, both Navy and Army have had some real problems. Issues protecting their men and women. It they were a business, the would be in Chapter 7, Liquidation in the courts, no reorganization there. Close it down. A few sources have indicated that several of the Providences are discussing a withdraw from New Canada. Even K-country is able to function fair well even when Canadian laws are in place to hurt K-country economically & politically.
. The GDP of Canada is declining, it may accelerate the slow down. It is an anemic economy getting ready to spiral into the toilet. Sad really. There are good people up there. The Courts are being pressured by the Executive branch to change interpretation of the laws, to force a conclusion based upon the desires of the leaders. Laws are not to be made for all people for a civilized society. We are seeing the decline of the Rule of Law to the Rule of Man. The is a horrible turn of events.
.... we have to take a break for a few minutes.. we will be right back....
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 3:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yemendom & Persian Gulf Region
The CoC launch 2 B-70 preceded by 4 F-35 A that will fly as escort. The F-35 fly up to 52,000 feet armed with AA missiles as the X-70 fly up to 70,000 at Mach 3 only with passive detection pods. Fly over Oman heading east , over the Gulf of Oman, then northerly flight staying out of Iranian air space, with photo pod working looking east. Prior to Iraq border, turns to the west and over part of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait then home to a safe landing in Yemendom at Tarim Air Force Base.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tarim Air Force Base, Yemendom
Reviewing and evaluating the passive detection pods on the B-70. There were connection issues that impeded functionality. The B-70 is fast, long range bomber and missile carrier.
Take off from Tarim Air Force Base are E-3 Sentry, E-8B JSTARS, RC-135. Also making the trek are 3 E-2 Hawkeye twin-engine prop aircraft. A wing of 12 F/A-18 C are providing ACAP along with 2 S-3 Viking tankers. Taking similar path as the B-70 but flying lower and slower. The E-2 will fly lower and slower still.
The first and third E-2 will be looking into Iran for the nuclear facilities to detect any transmission or emission that a built into the Alborz Mountain range and into the Zargros range. Cell phone, walkie-talkie, chemical emission, etc. The 2nd E-2 will be evaluating jamming simulation along with the E-3 Sentry. The other aircraft are on passive detection and evaluation of any emission, transmission.
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Mindanao Island SW of the Phillipines
Mindanaodom, the Naval Infantry of Palawandom were conducting a small opposed landing against the Mindanao army. 8 small landing craft, LCU-4 came around the point traveling 6 miles for the beach landing. Planted smoke and pyro-devices were detonated.
Rescue boats were there for some chosen individuals. Helicopters came in AH-1 Cobra gunships followed by UH-1 Huey helicopters with 11 men assault teams. 6 were 'shot down', which were flown back to their base by Red-eye teams. 12 Hueys simulated landing, except the trees were too thick. So 5 helos landed on the road two miles away where 2 buses and 4 trucks were there to caravan the soldiers to the assigned landing zone where they dismounted and fought the army.
. Several fist fights broke out arguing over who was killed/wounded and who won the tactical engagement. Even when the referees arrived to adjudicate some of the fights continued. The 4 referees determine the group that won the fight won the engagement and were able to proceed. Half of the other group were 'killed' and half captured. As all the dead and wounded walked back to the beach, more fights broke out. Tagalog cuss words were used frequently, passionately.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2019 7:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

After the announcement of the New Canada white-washing the murders of the Bedouins and the Yer Bouti soldiers. many of them tied up, shot in the back of the head.
Civilian protests and some rioting in Yer Bouti.
Bedouins and Gypsies in Libya, Tunisadom, Ageria, Egypt, Turkey, Syra, Jordon, Greece, Armeniadom, Chicoviadom, Albaniadom, Solvka, Ukraine, Romaniadom, Bulgariadom are protesting in cities and towns in these countries. Asking for, demanding justice. demanding a real investigation, independent investigation.
. The PM has been hung in effigy in dozens and dozens of protests.
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Greenlanddom at Nuuk and Thule, 4 SSGN were spotted surfacing today, 2 at each base along with 3 SSN, 1 Frigate at Thule and 2 at Nuuk. 7 Amphibian assault ships, Landing Ship Docks, LPHs made port after evening. 3 Long Beach Class LST are to make port in a few days with other Amphibs and escorts. Planes are flying in C-17, C-130, AC-130, F-35 A, F-4, A-4, Sky Raiders, tankers, 'E' birds.
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Evening News with Shelia on Live Action News
It is reported that dozens of ships and submarines have arrived at two bases and many dozens of aircraft of all types. The military did not provide any count or numbers. A quick Q&A with General Maddog arrived, "when asked about all the planes and ships that have arrived today in Greenlanddom, why is this occuring now?" General Maddog, replied, "this has been in the plan for months, starting 2 years ago for the preminary plans. It has developed over time getting a bit larger in scale and scope.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2019 8:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

New Canada Will send a team of JAG investigators to Mauritania to take a look at the crime scene to get the full picture of what happened and talk to the Bedouins.

This investigation has not been concluded.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 7:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Bedouins that were there are currently, dead. Not sure what they will say. Good luck on that. issue.

Investigators did take thousands of pictures, which we will send to you, to your investigation unit. You are welcome to send a team over.

Further evaluation of pictures, looking at boot imprints and measurements taken at the various location, it appears that 5 boot sizes by the airborne soldiers were used. A few imprint which resin casting may mean another boot size. As an area that there appeared to be a conversation circle, there were 6 sets of different boots, possibly a few more. With in techniques employed with hundreds of hours this group estimated 8-15 airborne soldier probably. Could have been a few more.
. Different team ** CENSORED ** food: ration containers buried or found in the scrub, 78 breakfast, 187 other meals consumed. In the Bedouin had fire a couple of fires for cooing, not able to determine how many MREs containers thrown in, even though there were many. At least 6 in one fire pit and 4 in another. Concluded not more than 10 and 9 in each pit based upon the remains.
. From questioning the Airborne soldiers in the field for a week, a scout team may have been out that long or a few days less. or more. 8-14 soldiers were in the area, that some or all may have participated in the capture and killing of the Bedouins and the Yer Bouti soldiers. One Canadian corpse was in the shallow grave under rocks.
The missing insignia thread from patches indicates that a scout squad was responsible. Evaluating orders and the log books, message log books, 12 man team was sent out. Of the 12 man team one died. The Canadians have the command logs, communication log. Hopefully the New Canadian JAG can identify the individuals. Of the soldiers and sailors the asked for ayslum, two young soldiers have been identified having been in that unit on the border with Yer Bouti. Pvt. Edwin Reeves and Pvt. Chis Thompson. They have been questioned, Their boots matched two of the boot imprints from the scene. Pvt Reeves has asked for legal counsel, is not talking. Pvt. Thompson did provide some information, he stated that he did not participate or know of the killings until later. He was sent out on picket duty, security of perimeter every time. He doesn't know why, the guess is he is a young 18. He did watch some of the Bedouins, he recalls up to 10 that he guarded at the most, and 7 later. Pvt Reeves did collaborate Pvt Thompson remarks.
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American has expressed an interest in acquiring a Dom, Greenlanddom. More information is needed, a pulse of the citizens of Greenlanddom is most important. One question that came up is would the US then be a Dom? New legal case law to be developed.
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The small fleet of ships that have landed in Thule and Nuut have set sail, heading south into the North Atlantic. Naval war-game against other ships. Several Sheffield class ships fired their missiles at the 3 Perry FFG sinking two. The FFG had fired at the 4 Sheffield sinking two. the submarines got in the action Type 23 Frigates took out an SSGN and a SSN. One Type 23 was sunk from AS missiles. Various engagements went into the evening.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That kind of behavior of sending in a team of 8-14 people would be aginest New Canadian Armed Forces Regulations which states that Army Units must be deployed as a whole Regiment only as small squad tactics is forbidden in the New Canadian army, plus Reconnaissance is not what the Canadian Airborne Regiment was trained to do.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 6:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WOW!
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 6:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What happened to the Airborne Regiments Commanding officer, one General James McGregor? As he would not have allowed for such a recon team to be organized like that.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 7:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Folks are beginning to suspect that members of the New Canadian armed forces have glass macros installed so the can at least see a little and on reason they lose so much is the carts the use to get around on with their bodies twisted up like that have some design flaw. Ya know what I'm implying?
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 8:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Armed Forces regulation was established to prevent this kind of tactic from falling into the hands of Terror Groups like AL-Kabab, who has been one of the most dangerous foes the Canadian Armed Forces has encountered.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 9:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Reconnaissance is performed at all levels by any military unit desirous of achieving success in battle. Failure to perform reconnaissance deprives the commander of information necessary for successful defense or offense. Misguided "policy" directing units to refrain from actions necessary for successful military operation invites disaster, as should be obvious to just about every New Canadian soldier by now. But you go on ahead with all these policies and hope you can defeat your enemies by burying them under a stack of useless policy. More likely, someone will set the lot alight, burning down the headquarters, thus saving the lives of New Canadian soldiers and the infrastructure, culture, and lives of the countries Canada would otherwise have clumsily mucked around in. A win for all, save your bloody joint chiefs of policy.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 9:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think there was a misunderstanding Panzer, as the regulation was made aginest the use of Small Squad tactics.

Reconnaissance in the New Canadian military is still carried out but only to units who are specifically trained in that role, such as the 1st Hussars of the Canadian Army, and any recon squadrons of the RCN and RCAF.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 11:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mech Cmdr....
" That kind of behavior of sending in a team of 8-14 people would be aginest New Canadian Armed Forces Regulations which states that Army Units must be deployed as a whole Regiment only as small squad tactics is forbidden in the New Canadian army, plus Reconnaissance is not what the Canadian Airborne Regiment was trained to do."

Did you mean murdering civilians in cold blood or having a recon element? What would a battalion, brigade or regiment to do if the 1st Hussars is not on the continent? What if the RCN is 1000 miles away or the RCAF doesn't have a recon aircraft to find how many enemy personnel are on the other side of a wall, a mile away The RCN sends out an RF-14 or RF-18.
As for a blocking force or trip-wire those planes would be great 300 miles away at sea or at an air base. Support would be there in a few minutes.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 18, 2019 8:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Having a recon element in the Canadian Airborne Regiment, these guys where only trained to act as a Forward Air Control unit so any RCAF Aircraft can carryout close air support, or as a air dropped blocking force to prevent enemy troop movement.

I know it's rather odd for a Paratrooper unit to not engage in reconnaissance, but concidering the Current Recon Equipment used by the New Canadian Armed Forces, is rather bulky and too cumbersome for any foot infantry unit to carry, it's rather limited to Ground Vehicles and Aircraft.

We will find whoever is responsible for these murders soon.
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