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The Yehudah Project: Military prepares for Little green men,hybrid armies 2016!

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If UFO watchers are to be believed, the Army’s top general just admitted that the military is preparing its young men and women to fight off an alien invasion.

"You’ll be dealing with terrorists, you’ll be dealing with hybrid armies, you’ll be dealing with little green men, you’ll be dealing with tribes, you’re going to be dealing with it all, and you’re going to be dealing with it simultaneously,” Milley said.

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, in an April 21 speech to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ROTC program at Norwich University, talked about the complex world the young, soon-to-be military officers will face. 

Is the US Military engaging in the possible ‘Force Readiness’ and engagement for the 21st century threat of an alien invasion? Was this an accidental or blatant slip up to indicate that there is a plan for the possibility of a confrontation with extra-terrestrials?

Now when we are talking about hybrid armies, we may be thinking that perhaps the general was referring to literal chimeras, or alien hybrids, or supersoldiers. While he didn’t clarify what he meant, we would have to lean on the logical interpretation and that would be that the general was referring to hybrid warfare, something we had talked about at the beginning of this year.

Hybrid warfare is a combined military strategy that would include conventional warfare, irregular warfare, cyber warfare, asymmetrical warfare and warfare that includes Artificial Intelligence and autonomous war machines. The NSA is rumored to have developed a hybrid warfare component called “Monstermind.” The agency is developing a cyber defense system that would instantly and autonomously neutralize foreign cyber-attacks against the US, and could be used to launch retaliatory strikes as well. This hybrid system raises fresh concerns about privacy and the government.

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