There are two main types of invasion. One is harder to pinpoint than the other but both catch you off guard if you aren't paying attention.
Hello, my name is Arthur and I teach wartime tactics with Tackleberry Solutions. Today I wanted to cover invasionary tactics. This knowledge would give you the power to pick up on the warning signs before it catches you unaware. Most importantly, it will help you identify dangerous tactics that could easily lead to accidental friendly-fire if you're not careful.
In the first part of the article I will teach you how to identify misinformation & disinformation. After all, they are frequently used and very dangerous. Following that, I will go into greater detail about invasionary tactics.
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I've had several people contact me and ask my opinion on various current-event rumors. One was about a bunker in Maine that had over 50,000 Chinese soldiers. The claim was that it had been bombed and was covered up as an... earth quake? Another one was about satellite dishes in space that were being used as energy weapons.
Learning From History
For those of you that remember 9/11, everything shut down commo-related when the twin towers fell. Furthermore, they literally ceased all air travel throughout the US. They grounded everything.
Following that, my dad (who had recently retired) was immediately placed on reserve standby duty.
Primarily, this is standard procedure during a bad time. In short, those guys are already trained.
I've recently come out of the army, and I can tell you it is easier to work with guys that have already been trained than to draft new guys. Which is why they did that in 9/11. As an example, they could take guys like me and have us back working in less than 2 weeks. In contrast, you can train new guys and take longer than 4 months.
I can tell you that I have not been called in. I've talked to other friends of mine in the army that have ETSed recently. Likewise, I can tell you that no one has been stood up.
Undoubtedly, 50,000 Chinese soldiers on American soil is an invasionary force! As a result, we would have stood up and immediately pushed guys to the border.
Now, are any of our guys going to the border? Yes. Why? Canada is doing cold-weather warfare training with China in an environment that is similar to Washington's. As a result, American soldiers showed up on our side to do cold-weather warfare training as well. You could define this as a "show of force."
Note: I made this video before Biden took over. Granted this scenario has changed.
I can't help but go into the logistics of this rumor because they are absolutely unrealistic. If you've ever been in a bunker, you'll know that you can't fit 50,000 soldiers in one. That thing would have to be massive! Not to mention, they would leave a fecal matter trail that you could literally see from space (no joke).
Might I add, a group of soldiers that numerous would have to be supplied every single week with a food train so long that it would be impossible to smuggle in un-noticed. I don't care how hard you try, it is not happening!
Enacting the Bombing
As a last argument for this rumor, you'd have to evacuate the entire area (for at least 50 - 100 miles) to bomb a bunker that is supposedly large enough to house 50,000 soldiers. After all, there is no way to predict how serious it would get. To ere on the safe side, they wouldn't want any civilians nearby for the attack. And you're telling me that no one is talking about it or has video footage of the evacuation... or yay even the explosion?
Misinformation & Disinformation
Misinformation: false or inaccurate information, especially that which is deliberately intended to deceive.
"nuclear matters are often entangled in a web of secrecy and misinformation"
Disinformation: false information which is intended to mislead, especially propaganda issued by a government organization to a rival power or the media.
"the entire Western intelligence system had been systematically manipulated with clever disinformation"
Be very careful about those two things. They are an age-old tactic that is commonly used to get people all riled up. Think of it like that bully that is always trying to pick a fight.
Warning: This is a form of psychological warfare where your enemy tries to confuse and provoke you into doing something stupid or rash.
Imagine that you are a country that wants to invade another country. There are two common ways that you can do this. The first way is what I would call a "stealth invasion."
The first thing you would do is use clandestine or covert operations. This is done by sending in people formally known as "sleeper cells." These would be highly trained, specialized agents that would merge into the country.
Their main goal would be to identify and hit specific targets and sever communications systems in order to create as much chaos and havoc as possible. This would give your invasionary force a stronger foothold inside the country.
This is a slightly more overt method, but can still catch you by surprise if you're not aware of how it works. Furthermore, it is something that you've actually seen play out in a neighboring country.
It starts by being buddy buddy with your target country and worming yourself into their "good ole buddy" network. You'll inform them that you've got an interest in that country's security because of the seaports you own. You want to protect them, so you ask to send some troops over to "keep the peace."
Note: If you're really smart, you'll be the cause of all the chaos without anyone figuring it out. The threat that you've conjured up will give you the excuse that you need in order to send your soldiers over to "protect your interests."
Before they know it, you've got 200,000 soldiers, armored personnel carriers and air assets on their soil. Is that a protection force or an invasionary one??
"Friendly" Group Training
The next step you'll take is to offer to train your armies together. Your guys are there, their guys are there... We should train together! Let's be friends!
Now what is happening? Two things:
- Your invasionary force is using their free time spending money and frequenting the target area town(s). As a result, the locals there are getting used to seeing them around and are no longer concerned about their presence. You become a part of their routine and they no longer think of you as a threat. This especially applies to the local law enforcement who are going to be the first responders to any danger in that area.
- Because your guys are interacting with the locals and their army, you can gather intelligence. This information can and will be used against them later. (After all, you're training together. Now you have a pretty good idea of what they can (and can't) do.)
This is where you stage your troops on the borders of your target country. It has to be set up in such a manner that there is no escape for your enemy on either side. For example, the ocean. You would then drive through the country and push your enemy into the army that you've got waiting on the other side. Setting your troops up in two neighboring countries is the only way to do that.
Crippling Your Target
If you've got a very large country to go through, how are you going to keep them from mounting a massive defense when you attack? Two words - power outage (most effectively done as a cyber attack.)
Note: An invasionary force is much less likely to use an EMP as opposed to a cyber attack because it will prevent them from using the target's technological resources to further their take-over upon invasion.
Just one example would be the use of cell phones as tracking devices to find key targets or to control the people's general movements.
Not to mention that it would take a lot of work to get the power back up in that area once they've effected their take-over. As opposed to simply ending the cyber attack.
A complete power outage will limit your target's ability to communicate. This will make it easier for your troops to move without word getting out very quickly of where you are, what you're doing and where you're going next. As a result, it will be much harder for your target to mount a proper defense.
Warning: A cyber attack is also more dangerous because you can do more than simply cut off the power. To clarify, you can get into the computer system that defines friend from foe and turn it all around.
Now your target starts attacking itself because they think that that's the enemy. That is just the tip of the iceberg of all the damage you can cause. Think about it, literally everything we do has a computer behind it.
Hello misinformation & disinformation!
Do we need to worry about what is going on at the Northern and Southern border? Yes.
Do I know what is getting ready to happen? No, but it doesn't look like it is going to be anything good.
I hope this helps now that you have a better understanding of mass-scale invasionary tactics. Just remember to be careful about misinformation & disinformation. You need to be absolutely certain that you authenticate everything before you move a muscle.
You don't want to accidently shoot friendlies.
Other Forms of Invasion?
If there is another form of invasion that I've missed or if there is something you'd like to add - please leave a comment below and share your thoughts!