In this special report, Jakari Jackson breaks down what “Master the Human Domain” really means and how it will be put to use.
Jade Helm 15: a military exercise on an unprecedented scale.
The military claims the exercise is for overseas training, yet actual states have been listed as “hostile.”
The term, “Mastering the Human Domain,” reveals to us that Jade Helm 15 is more than just a military exercise, it’s also an exercise of the new field in geo-spatial intelligence using human domain analytics to map the politics and thoughts of any nation, state, city, right down to the individual.
In a recent Infowars.com report: “Master the Human Domain: The Domestic Plan Behind Jade Helm,” we break down what the motto which appears on the Jade Helm logo refers to.
In brief, a new discipline in intelligence has been at center stage for the past decade: Activity Based Intelligence or ABI.
In 2010, guidance papers on Surveillance for Irregular Warfare and Understanding the Human Dimension was released by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense.
According to Trajectory Magazine.com, “The Human Domain, or Human Dimension, which is a vital and integral part of ABI, is defined as the presence, activities (including transactions – both physical and virtual), culture, social structure/organization, networks and relationships, motivation, intent, vulnerabilities, and capabilities of humans (single or groups) across all domains of the operational environment (Space, Air, Maritime, Ground, and Cyber).”
This article goes on to say that the focus on “mastering the human domain” was born out of a merging of three already existing disciplines of intelligence. That may be the case for this branding of this idea for this specific program, but the exercise of the mapping of the human domain right down to the individual is a long standing institutionalized strategy that’s been going on for well over 100 years.
What reason would the United States government have to invest so much time, resources and money in order to pinpoint exact pockets of thought in a country founded on free thought, expression and most of all outspoken words against its own government? Perhaps there’s more here than meets the eye.
During his infamous farewell address, Eisenhower warned the American people of an eminent and internal threat: a ‘scientific elite.’ The title, “Scientific Elite’, to most Americans might seem like nothing more than ordinary intangible rhetoric typically thrown around by politicians during their speeches. This time however, Eisenhower was not using abstractions. There actually is a scientific elite, a group of people who believe that society should be ruled by scientists through the use of the scientific method applied to the masses.
This report will map out this scientific elite from World War II up until the present. Jade Helm 15 is anything but the American way; it’s a domestic scientific control grid whose purpose is domination and control. A technological infrastructure for authoritarian political control is not the end goal, but a means to that end goal of eugenics.
The term Eugenics, coined by Charles Darwin’s half cousin, Sir Francis Galton in 1883 is a science dedicated to the engineering of the human genome by selectively breeding those humans with ‘desirable’ qualities (such as intelligence, athleticism, etc.) and eliminating those humans without these attributes and eliminating all undesirable races of humans as well. Out of this, race theory and race science was born. Karl Pearson, a protégé of Galton, assembled a biometrics laboratory based out of the University of London in 1907 in order to collect data about people mostly based on race. As interest, in eugenics grew, Pearson’s journal entitled, “Biometrika,” became very influential with American and British scientists and financiers.
As this movement grew in popularity top American industrialists threw their money into the game. Carnegie, Harrimon and Rockefeller were among the top contributors. California became the eugenics capital of the world while on the east coast Cold Springs Harbor research facility located on Long Island N.Y. was collecting and storing biometric information on average Americans in order to begin the elimination of families, as well as entire races of people.
Through the efforts of the Californian eugenicists, mostly through written pamphlets, and endowments mostly from the Rockefellers and Harrimons, the eugenics movement found a second home in Germany in the Kaiser Wilhelm institute.
The then CEO of IBM, Thomas J Watson, worked hand in hand with Nazi Germany. In 1933, it was Watson who enthusiastically helped the Nazis plan and fund their national census, which according to historian Edwin Black in his 2001 publication ‘IBM and the Holocaust,’ the 1933 census with design help and tabulation services provided by IBM through its German subsidiary, proved to be pivotal to the Nazis in their efforts to identify, isolate, and ultimately destroy the country’s Jewish, Gypsy and other minority communities as well as single out political opposition. A similar and frighteningly more advanced version of this program is being tested right now under the name Jade Helm 15. The technology has finally caught up.
This pre-WWII, well-funded, international scientific community, based around the eugenics movement was cementing its place as a standard in human academia when World War II broke out in full scale. While much of the world was forever altered by the events of the war, this eugenics based scientific community remained together.
While the term “eugenics” is no longer used in the mainstream openly, the practice of eugenics is still around and stronger than ever. Jade Helm 15 exercises the next generation of technology in the arena of political domination. It is a technological leap beyond the Cold Springs Harbor Research facilities biometrics program or Thomas J Watson’s census of Germany. Jade Helm 15 exercises the new tech tools of political domination in order to facilitate the new eugenics.
We know that Jade Helm which is being called an “exercise” is being conducted on US soil with ten participating states. Actual states are deemed ‘Hostile Territory’. The exercise documents say that there will be troops on the ground with instructions to blend in as best they can with the civilian population. And again, we see on the Jade Helm logo the slogan “Mastering the Human Domain”
“The human domain encompasses the totality of the physical, cultural, and social environments that influence human behavior”, explained Admiral McRaven to the audience at an Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis-Tufts University Fletcher School conference. “Success in this domain won’t be achieved by traditional ground, naval or air forces, Instead, success in the human domain will depend upon understanding the human terrain and establishing trust with those humans who occupy that space.” McRaven continued by saying, “Building understanding of the human domain requires boots on the ground, feeding information into the network.”
With all of the tracking technology currently available, with the NSA openly collecting all of our data, and with all of our willingness to share our lives online, according to Adm. McRaven, special operation forces on the ground is the required added ingredient to bring all of this information together into a large accessible network; a living active map where human beings are movable real time landmarks and everyone’s personal thoughts, feelings, medical information, belief systems, history, basically every shred of information about the individuals in any region on that map will make up the terrain. When “mastering the human domain” the special operators are the masters. They are the key that turns this whole machine on.
And regardless of whether the military calls this project Activity Based Intelligence (ABI) or Geo-Spatial intelligence coupled with human domain analytics, what we are looking at is a nexus between private tech firms, Homeland Security and law enforcement domestic surveillance and domestic use of special forces.
During the 2012 GeoInt conference the concept of using the power of space and time and it’s ability to enable more accurate predictions. A tech startup, Recorded Future, that uses a system of filtering through and classifying open source data demonstrated their predictive analytics capability during the 2012 conference. Trajectory magazine reports, “The concept is to find people who are talking about the future. Analysts can use that information, fused with their own data, to predict the future in recommendations to decision makers. Government officials can monitor protests in other countries or meetings between other governments’ officials.” Vice president for Recorded Future, Matt Kodema says, “We can basically roll back the clock…We know this particular did happen in this time at this place. Now let’s go back a week before that and look at publications. Who was predicting that accurately? Who wasn’t?”
Add this layer of predictive analytics on top of the other “Human Domain Analytic” and you begin to get an idea of the scope and range of the overarching, inescapable control grid these scientific controllers are constructing.
At that same GeoInt conference in 2012, Jeff Jonas, the chief scientist for IBM Entity Analytics and an IBM fellow, talked about the potential for open source data utilization. He said, “So much of this data is out there and so much of this data is coming, and it’s going to be extraordinary what it’s going to do.” Jonas went on to add in typical IBM tradition, “Space-time-travel data is the ultimate biometric.” It seems that IBM and the scientific elite’s perspective shifted from “the master race” to “mastering the human domain.”
Just like Recorded Future’s ability to review open source data and determine who was saying what during the moments that lead up to a disaster, we too have this same ability, to go back through history and trace the events that took place leading up to a man-made disaster. One of the clearest cases in twentieth century history where a group of technocrats attempted to steer the course of human evolution through (what they felt were) scientific means, is of course Nazi Germany. So, if we take a few steps backwards from that point in history and look at what the groups involved in that humanitarian disaster were involved in, we’ll find that they too were setting up, as Zbigniew Brzezinski predicted in his 1970 publication, “Between Two Ages,” a grid to “assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities.”
So, we probably won’t see doors kicked in and military trucks shipping political opponents to their demise during this summer’s Jade Helm 15 military procedure. However, as Brzezinski also states in “Between Two Ages,” “The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society.”
Just like Watson’s census was not the end sought by the Nazis, neither is Jade Helm 15 an end, but a means to a historically predictable end.
Training likely linked to Jade Helm begins in other states
by Jon Bowne | Infowars.com | June 5, 2015
Jade Helm 15 appears to be underway.
Urban drills are to begin in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, Mississippi, Florida and Louisiana from July 15 through September 15, 2015, according to U.S. Army Special Operations Command.
J – Joint
A – Assistant for
D – Development and
E – Execution
H – Homeland
E – Eradication of
L – Local
M – Militants
Congressman calls labeling of Texas & Utah as hostile states “suspicious”
by Paul Joseph Watson | May 18, 2015
Congressman Louie Gohmert has called for changes to the Jade Helm military exercise, arguing that the labeling of Texas and Utah as “hostile” states in Army documents related to the drill is “suspicious,” while suggesting that the federal government is trying to “provoke a fight” with citizens.
In a piece published by the Highland County Press, Gohmert, who is Vice Chair of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security, suggests that the Utah and Texas may have been labeled negatively because they are red states.
“Once I observed the map depicting “hostile,” “permissive” and “uncertain” states and locations, I was rather appalled that the hostile areas amazingly have a Republican majority and believe in the sanctity of the United States Constitution,” writes Gohmert.
“When the federal government begins, even in practice, games or exercises, to consider any U.S. city or state in “hostile” control and trying to retake it, the message becomes extremely calloused and suspicious.”
Gohmert says that when he was in the U.S. Army, areas of America were never dubbed “hostile” and that fictitious names were used in such instances. Such descriptions represent “an affront to the residents of that particular state considered as hostile, as if the government is trying to provoke a fight with them,” he writes.
The Congressman also makes it clear that he “understands” concerns that the exercises may be preparation for martial law-style scenarios, noting that the Obama administration has repeatedly expressed animosity towards constitutionalists, veterans and Christians.
“We have seen people working in this administration use their government positions to persecute people with conservative beliefs in God, country, and notions such as honor and self-reliance,” writes Gohmert.
The Congressman concludes his article by calling for major changes to Jade Helm before it commences on July 15.
“The map of the exercise needs to change, the names on the map need to change, and the tone of the exercise needs to be completely revamped so the federal government is not intentionally practicing war against its own states.”
In criticizing Jade Helm and indicating that he understands the concerns of residents, Gohmert is opening himself up to the same kind of media attacks that were launched against Texas Governor Greg Abbott after he announced that the Texas State Guard would monitor the drill.
Military is seeking to gain a full spectrum picture of the everyday lives of their adversaries
by Daniel Taylor | Infowars.com | May 13, 2015
Special Ops Command seeks to “Operationalize” the homeland; “…informationally aware, smartphone‐enabled urban populations and their satisfaction—or lack of satisfaction—with local, regional, and even global conditions…” presents challenge to military.
Is Jade Helm part of the plan to “Operationalize the CONUS base”?
Recent military exercises across the country have stirred concern among American citizens rightly concerned about expanding federal power. Rasmussen reports that 45% of voters are concerned that the government “…will use U.S. military training operations to impose greater control over some states…”
One of the largest military exercises to ever be conducted on United States soil is set to begin this July. Titled “Jade Helm” the exercise seeks to “Master the human domain”. Infowars.com has documented the significance of the “Master the human domain” motto of Jade Helm. The military is seeking to gain a full spectrum picture of the everyday lives of their adversaries. This information is used to create threat matrix data on key populations.
Lt. General Charles Cleveland, the Commander of Special Operations, is directing the exercise. Operations Planner and retired Green Beret Thomas Mead confirmed this fact during a Q&A at the Brazos County Commissioners Court in Texas.
General Cleveland penned a strategy document in September of 2014 titled “ARSOF Operating Concept 2022“. The strategy outlined in the document seeks to establish a world-wide network of military influence to gather intelligence on key populations and contain non-state actors, “empowered individuals”, militias, and other “irregular” threats. The document emphasizes the global nature of the threat, noting that the conflict will effectively erase borders.
Cleveland sees an unstable world in the future that will require a capable military force. Cleveland notes the “…major global social, political, informational, and economic trends underway and the converging competition between nation‐states and nonstate actors.”
Cleveland continues, stating that the battlespace of the future will occur in urban terrain, “These forces are intertwined and compete for relative superiority over the physical, cognitive, and moral security and adequate governance of key populations—a competition that will increasingly occur in militarily significant urban terrain.”
In this “Multi-polar world” non-state actors with access to the internet and other communications will be able to influence each other around the globe. The 2022 document elaborates, “The significant difference will be the greater ability of nonstate actors to defend themselves, and to influence or attack other populations…”
In order to counter threats from these groups, Special Operations will utilize various technologies including; Electronic warfare, directed energy, space, robotics, Unmanned vehicles, and low-visibility stealth technologies.
“Operationalize the CONUS base”
Perhaps the most sensational portion of the document comes from the statement that Special Operations wants to “Operationalize the CONUS base“, meaning Continental United States. General Cleveland’s strategy is to utilize civilian assets to support deployed soldiers. The plan seeks to utilize non-governmental agencies, think tanks, academia, and other U.S. government agencies to support Special Operations goal of containing the threat of VEO’s (Violent Extremist Organizations), non-state actors, and other irregular threats.
The plan seeks to create a system to marshal civilian expertise to complete the mission of “enhancing” a host nations governance, stability, security, and rule of law. Under a section titled “Military Support to Governance” the document states:
“Given the U.S. military’s assigned responsibilities in the areas of stability and governance, future joint formations must address shared interests and enhance host nation governance, security, economic development, and the rule of law. Doing so necessitates a system to procure, classify, marshal, and employ the appropriate civilian expertise to support or lead execution of stability tasks aligned with national security objectives.”
This aspect of the Special Operations plan as it relates to the Jade Helm exercise raises highly concerning questions. The fact that conservative areas of the United States are listed as “Hostile” in the Jade Helm map should be concerning to citizens. General Cleveland’s strategy is clearly global in nature, and clearly states that the conflict has effectively erased borders, leaving the option of domestic operations on the table.
The language of the 2022 document is very similar to an Atlantic Council article published last year which warned of the decline of the “New world order” as non-state actors and empowered individuals threaten to destabilize the globe. The Atlantic Council is a Washington D.C. based think tank that has ties to highly influential policy makers. The 2014 piece, written by “shock and awe” doctrine author Harlan K. Ullman, laments the fact that George H.W. Bush’s dream of a “new world order” is failing. Ullman says that the State is being “…made obsolete by the empowerment of individuals and non-state actors.” Ullman states that an “extraordinary crisis” is needed to counteract this trend.
Pentagon goal of information domination hidden in plain sight
by Infowars.com | May 9, 2015
A closer look at the upcoming Jade Helm military exercise, specifically its “master the human domain” motto, reveals a larger agenda in regards to domestic policy.
In current military terminology, the “human domain” or “human domain analytics” refers to the “global understanding of anything associated with people.”
Breaking down into four specific categories, mastery of the human domain results from obtaining total information awareness on a mass scale.
Who You Are – Collected information includes names, addresses, biometrics, social media accounts .
What You Do – Travel history, communications, financial transactions and movement of physical assets.
Who You Know – Relational information including family, friends, associates and organizations.
Context – Contextual data such as demographics, politics, cultural norms and religion.
“The importance of understanding the Human Domain has increased significantly over the past decade and a half,” writes the US Geospatial Intelligence Foundation. “There has been a shift from concentration on Nation-States, to smaller organizations, to individuals.”
The USGIF also refers to Human Domain Analytics as “arrows in a quiver,” hence the prominent arrows on the Jade Helm logo.
“ABI and Human Domain Analytics are not the answer to every intelligence problem; they are merely new arrows in a quiver of capabilities.”
With modern technological advancements allowing anyone “with a video camera and a laptop computer” to have “worldwide impact,” the federal government has not only hyper-incentivized the collection of data, but the merging of all relevant agencies.
“They’re building an infrastructure of tyranny,” stated Infowars David Knight. “There’s a legal infrastructure with things like the NDAA, there’s a technical infrastructure with things like the capability to do dragnet surveillance, and then of course there is going to be a military and law enforcement infrastructure, and those are merging.”
In fact, James Clapper, the current director of national intelligence, has been a frequent keynote speaker at GEOINT conferences. Before famously lying to Congress on the existence of domestic NSA surveillance, Clapper was even the director of national geospatial intelligence agency.
“Activity Based Surveillance, built on a strong foundation of Human Dimension analysis, will form the intellectual underpinning of how we perform intelligence in the future,” Clapper said in 2009.
As noted on the Alex Jones Show Friday, a 2010 conference on mastering the human domain featuring high level military and intelligence officials openly discussed gathering publicly available data to create detailed maps with layered information.
“We start out with a layered group level analysis… We focus it on groups, ethnicities, religious groups and we start to map out and color code the different locations.” said Lt. Col. Al Di Leonardo. “We start to characterize the location in a color coding simple way… and then we start layering that on top of the tribal aspects and we start to see very distinct patterns…”
Stacking Leonardo’s statement up against the Jade Helm map reveals the event to be much more than a basic training drill.
“If you understand the technologies, you will see that Jade Helm is more an intelligence operation using Geospatial Intelligence mapping than a simple military exercise,” adds David Knight.
Leonardo’s speech goes on to note that the military would next focus in on “key leaders” and other members of the community, a move already being carried out by Jade Helm operatives in Texas and other participating states.
“From the very beginning this has been the NSA, the U.S. Geological Service, law enforcement, military, working to put together all this information…” David Knight said.
As information from low level surveillance technologies such as Stingrays and predictive policing programs gets siphoned up to NSA data centers, a detailed global map will continue to grow with near-endless stats on all individuals.
The military leadership’s deception regarding the exercise was on display this week when Americans confronted Col. John Petkosek on C-SPAN and demanded answers on Jade Helm. Despite the topic making international news, Petkosek alleged that he was completely unaware of the massive multi-state drill.
As Infowars has argued for weeks, Jade Helm will not result in martial law, but will move Americans one step closer to the larger agenda of total domination by the surveillance state and military industrial complex.
Including libertarians, constitutionalists & patriots
by Infowars.com | May 8, 2015
What does “Master the Human Domain” on the Jade Helm 15 logo mean?
“Human Domain,” like “unconventional warfare” are terms of art for military and law enforcement. Painting Texas & Utah red and labeling them “hostile” is just the tip of the intel iceberg that seeks to overlay a human geological map onto a physical geological map to track individuals.
Rob Dew and David Knight take a look at this obscure part of the military/police industrial complex and how it relates to Jade Helm.