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.