>> SHOCKING REPORT: Rand Corp Tells US Army Its Time For a National Stability Police Force
Posted January 15, 2010on:
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It seems that every time I begin to hope maybe things can not get much worse I read about one more act of treason, or promotion of treason. Evil surely has found a toe hold in the United States, but we Americans are made up of the best gene pools from all over the world as all of us, but the Native Americans, come from immigrants to this country. Immigrants are the best, the brightest and the toughest because that is what it takes to tear up ones roots and move to a new land. That being said, Americans are great enough to do what ever needs done to preserve our way of life and fight off any threat to our freedoms once we have recognized that threat.
You will find the entire report on embedded this site as well as the authors commentary. BB
Our analysis clearly indicates that the United States needs an SPF or some other way to accomplish the SPF mission. Stability operations have become an inescapable reality of U.S. foreign policy. Establishing security with soldiers and police is critical because it is difficult to achieve other objectives—such as rebuilding political and economic systems—without it.
The cost of not fixing this gap is significant. The United States will continue to experience major challenges in stability operations if it does not have this policing capacity. These challenges include creating the ability to establish basic law and order, as well as defeat or deter criminal organizations, terrorists, and insurgents. In some cases, allied countries may be able to fill this gap. Allies did this effectively in Bosnia and Kosovo, both of which were successful in establishing security. In other cases, the United States may not be able to count on allied support. The United States should not depend on allies to supply these capabilities, because doing so would limit U.S. freedom of action on the international stage. Consequently, the United States should seriously consider building a high-end police capacity.