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Old 14-09-2011, 10:42 PM   #21
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Psychological warfare (PSYWAR), or the basic aspects of modern psychological operations (PSYOP), have been known by many other names or terms, including Psy Ops, Political Warfare, “Hearts and Minds,” and Propaganda.Various techniques are used, by any set of groups, and aimed to influence a target audience's value systems, belief systems, emotions, motives, reasoning, or behaviour. It is used to induce confessions or reinforce attitudes and behaviors favorable to the originator's objectives, and are sometimes combined with black operations or false flag tactics. Target audiences can be governments, organizations, groups, and individuals.

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NATOWOTAN...MirrororriM..same sound same spell ing..







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"The exact origins of the NATO emblem are unclear,??? although it is known that the basic design was conceived by a member of the International Staff."???

Surprise say no more..........!what may be unclear for some may be sparkling star-clear to others

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Old 09-10-2011, 02:26 PM   #25
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Old 18-10-2011, 10:38 PM   #26
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Can you show me a peace treaty signed between the German Reich and the US/UK/FR/SU, basically with the UN?

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And that before you will associate nato with the nazis?
Thought you might be interested in a video I found - Christopher Story is a very smart man, sadly died last year..

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Old 20-10-2011, 08:36 PM   #27
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SEASPRAY was a clandestine US Army special operations unit. Its existence within the Department of Defense was held secret insofar as it testifies to the close links between the US Army and the CIA.

Established on 2 March 1981, SEASPRAY was charged with the clandestine transport of elements of special operations units in the course of their operations. The management of the unit was entrusted to a joint CIA/US Army command. SEASPRAY may have been established in response to President Carter's 1978 Executive Order 12036,which generally prohibited the use of the United States Armed Forces in "special activities."

On one hand, the CIA became the only branch to run clandestine operations abroad, but lacked the resources to do so; on the other hand, the Army had the equipment but not the authority to carry out clandestine operations. A joint unit was created to bring these assets together. SEASPRAY operated many air assets, including various Cessna and Beechcraft light fixed-wing airplanes, and modified FLIR-equipped Hughes 500MD rotary-wing aircraft equipped to transport up to nine operators.

At first, the unit had 10 pilots, the best flyboys out of the Army's 4,000. Hundreds were evaluated by the CIA, and the best of the best were chosen. Finally, a commercial cover was devised, so that the unit could engage in covert operations, and not be identified as a part of the military. The cover was a CIA company, Aviation Tech Services, which let the helicopters appear as they were privately owned. The unit itself was headquartered at Fort Eustis, Virginia, and was named the First Rotary Wing Test Activity. Another secret headquarters for Seaspray was located in Tampa Bay at MacDill AFB, to support operations in Central America.

Seaspray would be involved in countless covert operations, most of which the public will never know of. They conducted intelligence missions, transported foreign leaders, and participated in counter-terrorist exercises and missions with Delta Force and other CT units. A few times, Seaspray helicopters were loaned to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to combat drug smuggling. In one particular incident, a Seaspray pilot observed as a tanker off the Florida coast, unloaded "cargo" to high speed boats. Eventually, the Seaspray force grew to nine fixed-wing aircraft and five helicopters. Seaspray could get things done quickly, and they were generally well-liked in the special operations community. When Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) needed a Boeing 737 airplane for a counter-terrorist exercise, the Air Force told them it would take three months to get one. Seaspray delivered the 737 in 3 days.

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Together with the other eleven initial member nations, and the sixteen that has later joined NATO, Norway has played an active part in the creation of NATO as we know it today. This process is continous reform process and NATO is still adapting to the changing security enviornment of the 21st Century, playing an important role in dealing with both domestic and international crisis, peacekeeping and the fight against terrorism.



The Norwegian Delegation to NATO is staffed by personel from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Defence. Headed by Ambassador Vegard Ellefsen, the mission of the Norwegian Delagation is to represent Norway on the North Atlantic Council and in other decision making bodies of the Alliance. Together with the other member nations, the Delegation develop and implement NATO policies, programs and activities. The Delagation also follows developments and activities within NATO, both structurally and politically, of interest to all areas of Norwegian foreign and defence policy.



Bjorn (English), Björn (Swedish and Icelandic), Bjørn (Norwegian and Danish), Beorn (Old English) or, rarely, Bjôrn, Biorn, or Latinized Biornus, is a Nordic male given name, or less often a surname, meaning "bear" (the animal).

In the Name of the Father won the Golden Bear at the 44th Berlin International Film Festival...

There are 27 members, and every single one of them knows JUJUTSU. ...and they all have dragon tattoos..

Vegas gets tranquilized ...

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Old 26-10-2011, 07:52 AM   #29
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whats my point,what exactly is yours ,I have started a thread on the cult of nato and you are whining how hard done by the germans are, come and live where I live for a few weeks ,if you can hack it.

Believe you me the living in germany is well easy compared to the UK,unless you are a banker etc etc etc...
No you haven't made a point, the op is just a post of lame Wikipedia history on NATO, and none of your pictures work. If it's so tough were you live move. Pisses me off when people complain about how atrocious it is in the UK when there are many that have it worse. Harden the fuck up buddy.
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Old 26-10-2011, 03:37 PM   #30
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No you haven't made a point, the op is just a post of lame Wikipedia history on NATO, and none of your pictures work. If it's so tough were you live move. Pisses me off when people complain about how atrocious it is in the UK when there are many that have it worse. Harden the fuck up buddy.
Ha ha Ho Ho... the UK is a shite hole pal..I know I effing live there...so shut it internet tough guy...have you served you shithole country hardman.

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I have put more info on this forum than you harris...this is your info below like a Daily shite newspaper gossip column...where the hell do you people come from...

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I really respect the culture in Japan how they take the utmost care of their elders until the end.
Its a fucking pity they dont do the same in the shithole UK..and dont forget to log out on the way out preacher ...

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21.3.2011...

NATO has confirmed to Helsingin Sanomat that it is interested in the possibilities of Partnership for Peace countries like Finland to take part in the alliance’s actions in Libya in enforcing the arms export ban and the no-fly zone imposed on the country.Earlier on Monday Minister for Foreign Affairs Alexander Stubb (Nat. Coalition Party) said that Finland had not yet received any requests for such participation.On Monday, Stubb is in Brussels, attending a meeting of European Union foreign ministers.

The Nordic partners have well-developed air forces, the NATO representative pointed out. NATO’s Nordic P for P partners are Finland and Sweden. The other Nordic countries are NATO members. A decision on a NATO sea operation to monitor the arms export ban to Libya came about on Sunday evening, but one on the role in monitoring the no fly zone is expected on Monday at the earliest. Before that, requests for participation by partnership countries are not even possible, because NATO makes its decisions among its 28 members behind closed doors.

If such a decision emerges, NATO will take responsibility for the monitoring of the no-fly zone. Several NATO members have voiced doubts about the role that the alliance should have in Libya, the NATO source admitted. No specific countries were mentioned, but Turkey and Germany are known to have misgivings. There have also been efforts to keep the NATO profile low in the matter as a way of emphasising the broad-based character of the operation.


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Denmark takes over NATO's counter-piracy command...

Denmark assumed command of NATO's counter-piracy mission Ocean Shield on Monday 25 January 2010. Outgoing Commander, Rear Admiral Pereira de Cunha, Portuguese Navy, handed over command to Commodore Christian Rune, Royal Danish Navy. The operational handover of Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) and the military change of command ceremony were held on board of the Portuguese flagship Alvares Cabral, in Muscat (Oman).



NATO HQ Denmark.




PEOPLE AND HISTORY
The Danes, a homogeneous Gothic-Germanic people, have inhabited Denmark since prehistoric times. Danish is the principal language. English is a required school subject, and fluency is high. A small German-speaking minority lives in southern Jutland; a mostly Inuit population inhabits Greenland; and the Faroe Islands have a Nordic population with its own language. Education is compulsory from ages seven to 16 and is free through the university level.

Although religious freedom is guaranteed, the state-supported Evangelical Lutheran Church has a membership of 80.7% of the population. Several other Christian denominations, as well as other major religions, find adherents in Denmark. Islam is now the second-largest religion in Denmark, with the number of Muslims in Denmark estimated at 3.6% of the population.

During the Viking period (9th-11th centuries), Denmark was a great power based on the Jutland Peninsula, the Island of Zealand, and the southern part of what is now Sweden. In the early 11th century, King Canute united Denmark and England for almost 30 years.

Viking raids brought Denmark into contact with Christianity, and in the 12th century, crown and church influence increased. By the late 13th century, royal power had waned, and the nobility forced the king to grant a charter, considered Denmark's first constitution. Although the struggle between crown and nobility continued into the 14th century, Queen Margrethe I succeeded in uniting Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, and Greenland under the Danish crown. Sweden and Finland left the union in 1520; however, Norway remained until 1814. Iceland, in a "personal union" under the king of Denmark after 1918, became independent in 1944.

The Reformation was introduced in Denmark in 1536. Denmark's provinces in today's southwestern Sweden were lost in 1658, and Norway was transferred from the Danish to the Swedish crown in 1814, following the defeat of Napoleon, with whom Denmark was allied.

The Danish liberal movement gained momentum in the 1830s, and in 1849 Denmark became a constitutional monarchy. After the war with Prussia and Austria in 1864, Denmark was forced to cede Schleswig-Holstein to Prussia and adopt a policy of neutrality. Toward the end of the 19th century, Denmark inaugurated important social and labor market reforms, laying the basis for the present welfare state.

Denmark remained neutral during World War I. Despite its declaration of neutrality at the beginning of World War II, it was invaded by the Germans in 1940 and occupied until liberated by the Allied forces in May 1945. Resistance against the Germans was sporadic until late 1943. By then better organized, the resistance movement and other volunteers undertook a successful rescue mission in which nearly the entire Jewish population of Denmark was shipped to Sweden (whose neutrality was honored by Germany). However, extensive studies are still being undertaken for the purpose of establishing a clearer picture of the degree of Danish cooperation--official and corporate--with the occupying power. Denmark became a charter member of the United Nations and was one of the original signers of the North Atlantic Treaty...


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Nazi Germany's occupation of Denmark began with Operation Weserübung on 9 April 1940, and lasted until German forces withdrew at the end of World War II following their surrender to the Allies on 5 May 1945. Contrary to the situation in other countries under German occupation, most Danish institutions continued to function relatively normally until 1943. Both the Danish government and king remained in the country in an uneasy relationship between a democratic and a totalitarian system until German authorities dissolved the government following a wave of strikes and sabotage.

In 2003, in a speech for the 60th anniversary of the end of the 1940–43 collaborationist government, Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said that Denmark's cooperation with Nazis was "morally unjustifiable", which was the first public condemnation of the World War II era Danish leadership by a Danish leader...



Headquarters of the Schalburg Corps, a Danish SS unit, after 1943. The occupied building is the lodge of the Danish Order of Freemasons located on Blegdamsvej, Copenhagen...


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NATO-Sweden relations should be viewed through the Partnership for Peace framework which Sweden joined in 1994. NATO and Sweden actively cooperate in peace and security operations and have developed practical cooperation in many other areas. An Individual Partnership Programme (IPP) lays out the programme of cooperation between Sweden and NATO.

NATO and Sweden train Air Policing in the Baltic region...

For the first time ever Sweden has participated in a Baltic Region Air Policing Training Event alongside three NATO nations. Swedish and NATO jets successfully intercepted and escorted a Lithuanian aircraft simulating a loss of radio contact.


Carl Bildt, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden, and NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen...

Nils Daniel Carl Bildt, Honorary KCMG (born 15 July 1949) is a Swedish politician, diplomat and nobleman. Formerly Prime Minister of Sweden from 1991 to 1994 and leader of the liberal conservative Moderate Party from 1986 to 1999, Bildt has served as Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs since 6 October 2006. He has also been noted internationally as a mediator in the Balkan conflict, serving as the European Union's Special Envoy to the Former Yugoslavia from June 1995, co-chairman of the Dayton Peace Conference in November 1995 and as High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina from December 1995 to June 1997 immediately after the Bosnian War. From 1999 to 2001, he served as the United Nations Secretary-General's Special Envoy for the Balkans.

Swedish cooperation with NATO is based on a longstanding policy of military non-alignment and a firm national consensus. From this basis, Sweden selects areas of cooperation with NATO that match joint objectives.

NATO values very highly its relations with Sweden. The Allies view Sweden as an effective and pro-active partner and contributor to international security, which shares key values such as the promotion of international security, democracy and human rights.

An important area of cooperation is the country’s support for NATO-led operations. Sweden is currently contributing to the peacekeeping operations in Kosovo and Afghanistan, as well as assisting in enforcing the no-fly zone over Libya as part of Operation Unified Protector.



In the past, it supported the NATO-led operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.



John Fredrik Reinfeldt (born 4 August 1965 in Österhaninge, Stockholm County, Sweden) is the Prime Minister of Sweden, leader of the conservative Moderate Party and former President of the European Council. He is married to politician Filippa Reinfeldt.

The Moderate Party has a pro-European Union policy stance—including support for exchanging the Swedish krona for the euro—and also supports Sweden joining NATO.

Reinfeldt has been called a "Swedish David Cameron," insofar as he succeeded to shift the public perception of the Moderate Party from a right-wing position to a center position in politics. On the other hand he is thought to have influenced Cameron, since Reinfeldt was elected party leader in 2003—two years before Cameron took control of the British Conservative Party in 2005. Reinfeldt has also been described as a communitarian...He also has Italian ancestry, via his paternal grandmother, who was allegedly related to royals King Ferdinand IV of Naples and his queen, Marie Caroline of Austria.


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The RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) is a small, lightweight, infrared homing surface-to-air missile in use by the American, German, South Korean, Greek, Turkish, Saudi and Egyptian navies. It was intended originally and used primarily as a point-defense weapon against anti-ship cruise missiles. The missile is so-named because it rolls around its longitudinal axis to stabilize its flight path, much like a bullet fired from a rifled barrel. It is the only US Navy Missile to operate in this manner...



The Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) MK-31 guided missile weapon system is co-developed and co-produced under a NATO cooperative program between the United States and German governments to provide a small, all-weather, low-cost self-defense system against aircraft and cruise missiles. The RIM-116 was later called RAM (Rolling Airframe Missile), because it spins during flight. To save costs, Designation Systems notes that the RAM was designed to use several existing components, including the rocket motor of the MIM-72 Chaparral, the warhead of the AIM-9 Sidewinder and the IR seeker of the FIM-92 Stinger. Cueing is provided by the ship’s ESM suite or radar.

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Informal meeting of NATO Defence Ministers in Istanbul, Turkey...

On her visit to Brussels last week, Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced her intention to deepen Australia's relationship with NATO. This worthy aim should find bipartisan support, for reasons that lie much closer to home than the existing cooperation in Afghanistan: NATO's next strategic concept will reflect an 'indirect approach' to Asia Pacific security that can, in a limited but useful way, benefit the strategic interests of Australia and its Asia Pacific allies.



Since 2001, Australia's military engagement in Afghanistan has led to intensified political and military cooperation with NATO. Senior Australian political and military leaders now frequently attended high-level NATO meetings, Canberra has accredited a defence attaché to NATO, and both sides ratified a treaty on sharing of classified information. Australia is also the largest non-NATO contributor to the NATO operation in Afghanistan.


Australian special forces wage their secret war ...


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Lightbulb Convoy PQ 17

PQ 17 was the code name for an Allied World War II convoy in the Arctic Ocean. In July 1942, the Arctic convoys suffered a significant defeat when Convoy PQ 17 lost 24 of its 35 merchant ships during a series of heavy enemy daylight attacks which lasted a week... On 27 June, the ships sailed eastbound from Hvalfjord, Iceland for the port of Arkhangelsk, Russia... The convoy was located by German forces on 1 July, after which it was shadowed continuously and attacked. The convoy's progress was being observed by the British Admiralty, which ordered the ships to scatter because of information that German navy surface units were being refuelled to intercept the convoy. The convoy was the first joint Anglo-American naval operation under British command in the war...

25 Heinkel bombers of KG 26 took off from Bardufoss to attack convoy PQ 17...


Prime Minister Winston Churchill called the event, "one of the most melancholy naval episodes in the whole of the war."An inquiry assigned no blame to anyone, since orders were issued by the First Sea Lord.... The Soviet Union did not believe so many ships could be lost in one convoy and openly accused the Western Allies of lying. Despite the help provided by the materiel delivered, PQ 17 actually worsened Soviet-Allied relations over the short term, with the Soviets never acknowledging the efforts of Allied merchant seaman or sailors in either navy... Joseph Stalin, and Soviet naval experts, found it difficult to understand the order to scatter given by the Admiralty, given "that the escorting vessels of the PQ 17 should return, wheareas the cargo boats should disperse and try to reach the Soviet ports one by one without any protection at all." Admiral King, already known to distrust the British, was furious with what he perceived as Admiral Pound's bungling and promptly withdrew TF 39, sending it to the Pacific... He hesitated to conduct further joint operations under British command...

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The location of the stars is as follows:

Commonwealth Star – 7 pointed star, centred in lower hoist.

Alpha Crucis – 7 pointed star, straight below centre fly 1/6 up from bottom edge.

Beta Crucis – 7 pointed star, 1/4 of the way left and 1/16 up from the centre fly.

Gamma Crucis – 7 pointed star, straight above centre fly 1/6 down from top edge.

Delta Crucis – 7 pointed star, 2/9 of the way right and 31/240 up from the centre fly.

Epsilon Crucis – 5 pointed star, 1/10 of the way right and 1/24 down from the centre fly.
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