U.S. Military moves into Futuristic Warfare starting with “Manchurian Candidate” emotionless programmed “Bionic Super Soldiers”, and “Electronic Super Powered Exeo, “Iron Man Super Suits.”
By Greg Greer, Editor at Large, One world Journal
Last week the US Military announced it’s new line of bionically enhanced super killing soldiers. This begins a new chapter in Military warfare that is almost identically taken from the Sci-fi Movies, like the Manchurian Candidate and the terminator.
The title of “The Manchurian Candidate” has infiltrated everyday language as shorthand for a brainwashed sleeper, a citizen who has been entranced and commanded to act when his controllers extract the psychological trigger. In the film, an American army man is seized by Chinese communists during the Korean War, and one soldier is programmed to develop into a killer; two years later, he’s ordered to assassinate a presidential candidate. The fact that this of the sort programming is now possible has not precluded it from being absorbed as non-fact; this film, published and released in 1962, has influenced American history by forever coloring speculation even about the President John F Kennedy‘s Assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. Would the speculation about Oswald’s past in attachment to his motivations have been as fevered without the movie as a template?
Also according to Dempsey, “the new soldier is impervious to ever-feeling, and Completely numb to the world.” According to reports the Soldiers will have the potential to sleep without crying and nightmares; also the new solider can witness the deaths of hundreds of squad mates without any emotional stress.
According to the members of the Armed forces these bionic Infantrymen are surgically outfitted with an impenetrable mental barrier though which terror, sorrow, guilt, and despair can’t pass? Also, the new soldier can withstand a psychologically charged “warlike-hell zone.” For prolong periods of time.
“In the Past when ordinary soldiers did endure to get through their deployment, they oftentimes had difficulty Adjusting to life back home without using the gun on their family members,” said Eric Shinseki the current United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs in a recent interview.
“The returning super fighters’ will have no problem what so ever relating to people who haven’t seen what they have seen.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) and additional groups from academia are joining forces to create a Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, or TALOS, that “guarantees to provide superhuman power with greater ballistic protection,” according to a statement released by the U.S. Army.
The Human Universal Load Carrier (left), or HULC, is an anthropomorphic exoskeleton that enables a soldier to carry 200 pounds of weaponry, supplies, ammo or wounded comrades for extended periods
The various amazing innovations of the both suits include integrated 360-degree cameras like Google Glass (but with night vision capabilities), sensors that can detect lesions and implement a wound-sealing foam, and — get ready for this — a bullet-proof exoskeleton constructed of magnetorheological fluids that can transform from liquid to solid in milliseconds immediately upon a magnetic field or electric current is administered
Many may agree with protection of the country but, somewhere in between robotics and biomedical research, we might arrive at the perfect future war fighter: one that is part machine and part human, striking a formidable balance between technology and our frailties.” Why not call these soldiers human drones? Launched from command central, mission orders stored in their brains, operated remotely, their capabilities completely understood as elements of a program, the soldiers would fulfill the military meaning of war: complete and absolute victory as a function of underlying algorithms, regardless of the personal or human cost. GLG