Putin & Obama Knee Deep In “Cooperative Efforts”: Russian Troops Training On U.S. Soil! What Are They Up To?
NEVERTHELESS, understanding their ideological ties that bind is germane to the discussion. Therefore, let us first peel back the Radical-in-Chief’s looking glass and see what pops out. Rest assured, American ethos will be hide nor hare. Yet before we even go straight to the “news”, reported below by Alex Newman, do recall a previous commentary, one which swirled around the web at lightening speed – CDC & FEMA: What Are They Up To? Its relevance lies in the fact that both agencies are up to no good, even though their original mandates are securing the homeland and safety of American citizens. Not exactly.
‘FEMA Signs “Exchange” Deal With Russian Government’
"This is called colluding with the enemy. This is called treason.
Barack Hussein Obama not only constantly tramples on the Constitution but now has become an enemy of the State. Guilty of treason. A traitor.
Impeachment must begin now. Today."
Tuesday, July 2, 2013 16:44
Russian troops on American soil are supposedly only here to offer “assistance” to FEMA during emergencies and disasters. An unnamed Department of Defense (DOD) source maintains that there are currently 100,000 foreign troops in the United States, 50,000 of them reportedly from Russia.
The Russian troops began carrying out joint anti-terrorism drills in America last May. US Defense Press Officer Commander Wendy L. Snyder had this to say about the Russian soldiers on US military bases:
“This is part of a formal bilateral exchange program between the US and Russia that seeks to develop transparency and promote defense reform.”
Transparency has been the keyword of choice for the Obama administration—which has been anything but. When approximately 20 airborne Russian troops arrived at Fort Carson in Colorado last year, it was the first time soldiers from the country had ever engaged in military training on American soil. The foreign soldiers supposedly were trained on how to target terrorists in America.
The existence of Russian troops in America has bolstered both concern and anger about United Nations-prompted global peacekeeping force. Representative of both President Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin met last week in Washington, D.C. The meeting was a part of the Russian Bilateral Presidential Commission Working Group on Emergency Situations and seventeenth meeting of Joint US-Russian Cooperation Committee.