All posts by Hutchins AAron

Born in Deutschland 1965, hometown was Bütthart, parents were not U.S. government employees. However, when father was tricked into joining the U.S. Air Force Civil Service, in 1969, with the promise that we could remain in Germany, we were promptly shipped off to Iran. Due to one of my Iranian educators being disappeared, along with her husband, by the U.S. ally Shah of Iran's Israeli & U.S. created Savak (for the then official terrorist act of promoting the idea that women can vote), and due to my U.S. citizen mother being placed on Savak's Terrorist Arrest List (for supporting the idea that women should vote, at that time the U.S. ally Shah of Iran did not allow women to vote, now they can) we left Iran for the United States in 1974, literally in the middle of the night. At the U.S. Embassy airbase the CIA operated Gooney Bird (C-47) was so packed with other U.S. citizens fleeing our ally Iran (because the Shah gave the OK to arrest any U.S. citizen for such terrorist acts as promoting the concept of voting) that we were turned away by the Loadmaster and had to take a chance on a civilian flight out of Tehran's airport. My father told me he and my mother had three culture shocks; first when they arrived in Germany as civilians, then after being shipped off to Iran as U.S. government employees, then again returning to the United States as unemployed civilians (because so much had changed in the U.S. while they were gone, their only news source was the U.S. Armed Forces Radio & Television Service which heavily censored information about the home front). Since I graduated high school in 1982 I've worked for U.S. government contractors and state & local government agencies (in California), convenience store manager in California, retail/property management in Georgia, California and Idaho. Spent the 1990s in the TV news business producing number one rated local news programs in California, Arizona and Idaho. 14+ years with California and Idaho Army National Guard and the U.S. Air Force. Obtained a BA degree in International Studies from Idaho State University at the age of 42. Unemployed for past two and a half years, so don't tell me the economy has recovered.

U.S. Air Force owns your GPS! U.S. Army warns ‘We know where you are’!

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How many silly-vilians know that the current Global Positioning System is a military operation controlled by the U.S. Air Force?  Here’s the official USAF video explainer:

Official U.S. Army video (weak-ly done) warning about the dangers of using your silly-vilian so-called smart-phone GPS or Snap-chat:

It’s all part of the ever expanding military controlled Global Information Grid.

SATCOM upgrades to Wideband Enterprise Terminal, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, to further expand the Global Information Grid.


Great Reneger: Idaho & North Carolina militias deploy to Afghanistan, again!

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“We are going to have to stop being the policemen of the world.”-Donald Trump, August 2015 interview with Hugh Hewitt

Just over 30 personnel of Idaho Army National Guard’s 1st of the 168th General Support Aviation Battalion (GSAB) deploying to Afghanistan.  They’ll be joining about a dozen other Idaho militia members that have already deployed.  It’s the eighth deployment for the 1/168 GSAB. (STOP YOUR BITCHIN': IDAHO WOMAN COMMANDS 1ST FEMALE COMBAT TEAM!)


Almost 3-hundred personnel from North Carolina National Guard’s 1-130th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion and Detachment 1-B Company-638th Aviation Support Battalion deploying to train the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces.  This crusade has been going on for so long that for some it’s now a family affair: “I’m going with my son, so it will be a unique experience, probably my last big hoo-rah probably. What better way to graduate from the Guard than a deployment with your son.”-Command Sergeant Major J.P. Cole

To prove this a religious war the deployment ceremony was held in the Hope Community Church.


Making Zombies: USAF secret sleep deprivation experiment revealed!

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Despite decades of studies that say the human brain must get sufficient sleep (including U.S. Army experiments in which soldiers were given meth) or it will become paranoid, suicidal and homicidal, the U.S. Air Force is conducting experiments to force humans to stay awake for extended periods of time.

The 711th Human Performance Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is trying to find out if computer/electronic stimulation works better than drugs. An official video report was issued on 17APR2018:

In 2017 the U.S. Navy confirmed you must sleep, in response to increasing cases of personnel getting less and less sleep: “Sleep has been identified and prioritized as a leading Health and Wellness Department and disease prevention goal. Sleep is an important element of health and well-being just like nutrition and physical fitness. Adequate sleep is necessary to fight off infection, support the metabolism of sugar to prevent diabetes, perform well in school, and work effectively and safely. There were 37% of military members and 29% of civilian staff who reported they do not get enough restful sleep to function well on the job and in their personal life. Our department is focusing on the needs and benefits of adequate sleep with awareness, education and intervention techniques…”-Trish Skinner, Naval Hospital Bremerton Health and Wellness Department

“When we sleep our body goes through a very intricate process where it recovers and rebuilds. Short and long-term memories are allocated and stored. It (also) gives our physical body time to rest and rebuilt broken down muscle and tissue….   Chronic poor sleep can also result in cardiovascular disease, depression and obesity. When it comes to physical recovery, workouts can be totally wasted by not giving our body time to rest and recover.”-Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Christopher Stevens, NHB Mental Health

Also in 2017, U.S. Army’s Fort Belvoir Community Hospital opened a Sleep Medicine Clinic to deal with increased problems due to active duty service members not being able to sleep.  It’s working in conjunction with Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

“If that [service member] is not at his or her best, it could compromise that person’s safety, their teammates’ safety, it could compromise the mission … Sleep is a critical cog in maintaining optimal health.”-Melissa Mitravich, Belvoir Hospital Sleep Medicine Clinic

Why is the U.S. Air Force spending taxpayer money trying to deprive its own personnel from sleep?

Why Sleep Deprivation Is Torture | Psychology Today





X-Files: Sleepless 

Idaho Militia Top Guns

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The Idaho Air and Army National Guard recognized for top performance, again.

Idaho Army National Guard’s 1-204th Regional Training Institute (Armor) battalion received a score of 100% on its accreditation inspection: “The overall success of the battalion, including the accreditation results, is a direct reflection of the professionalism and dedication of the non-commissioned officers within this organization.”-Lieutenant Colonel Russel Des Jardins

The unit trains personnel from National Guard, Reserve and Regular Army units from across the U.S.  The 1-204th training battalion is experiencing a 20% increase in graduations, compared to last year.

The 124th Fighter Wing at Gowen Field, in Boise, selected to receive the 2016 Meritorious Unit Award, for their deployment to Turkey (TURKEY LOCKS-DOWN U.S. LED NATO BASE! HALTS IDAHO AIRSTRIKES AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE!): “There can be no greater recognition for a combat organization than that given for exceptional performance in direct combat with the enemy for both engaged and supporting warriors.”-Colonel Tim Donnellan

“While deployed the Airmen of the 124th Fighter Wing flawlessly executed more than 1,700 combat sorties providing two of the largest strikes on the enemy’s oil production and transportation resulting in a 50 percent revenue loss. They also led the Qayyarah-West airstrip repair, an estimated 180-day project, which our members were able to complete in only three weeks. Their recovery of this airstrip was key to support the Mosul Offensive. While 50 percent of the wing was deployed, members serving at home provided continuity through flawless execution of financial resources, domestic operations, and trained coalition soldiers through six major joint exercises.”-2016 Meritorious Unit Award



“This is a sad day…”: U.S. industrial/mining/logistics layoffs, March 2018

Incomplete list of U.S. Mining/Industrial/Logistics job loss/shutdown announcements made in March 2018.

Alabama: C&S WHOLESALE issued a shutdown WARN for its ops in Montgomery, 45 jobs gone by June.  What automotive industry recovery? FEDERAL MOGUL issued a layoff WARN for its factory in Jacksonville, 65 jobs gone mid-April.

 California: Aircraft interior company C and D Zodiac issued a shutdown WARN for its Garden Grove ops, 46 jobs gone by mid-July.  Gayle Manufacturing issued a shutdown WARN for its operations in Yolo County, 76 jobs gone by the end of May. General Electric (GE) eliminating 170 jobs in San Ramon, by mid-May!  H and M International Transportation suddenly shutdown its ops in City of Commerce, 113 jobs suddenly gone!  Sandberg Furniture Manufacturing issued a shutdown WARN for its factory in Vernon, 105 jobs gone by mid-May! Foothill Distributing issued a shutdown WARN for its ops in Redding, 95 jobs gone by early May.  What automotive industry recovery? Gasket maker Zone Enterprises issued a shutdown WARN for its Anaheim factory, 216 jobs gone by the end of May!  PPG finally notified the state that it shutdown its factory in Irvine, 34 jobs gone back in January.

Colorado: After 40 years map maker MacVan Maps shutting down: “People are using their electronic devices more and so we just can’t sell enough maps.”-Bob Stanley, general manager

Florida: In Miami, Shuttle Services M.I.A. eliminating 95 jobs by May.

Illinois: Nature’s Second Chance Hauling now chapter 11 bankrupt busted. What automotive industry recovery? Peoria based Caterpillar warning that it will shutdown factories in Illinois, Texas and the country of Panama, for a total of 9-hundred jobs lost!  It’s blamed on crashing sales which began back in 2012.

Indiana: After 80 years and hundreds of layoffs, American Commercial Barge Lines suddenly announced it will shutdown its Jeffboat brand boat factory.  Book distributor ReaderLink shutting down its Indianapolis operation, 147 jobs gone by the end of August!

Kentucky: American Greetings shutting down its Bardstown factory due to the loss of a major contract, at least 450 jobs gone by February 2019!

Maryland:  Bankrupt Connecticut based paper products maker Cenveo shutting down its Port City Press factory, 113 jobs gone by May!

Michigan: What automotive industry recovery? Ford eliminating 2-thousand jobs in Wayne, supposedly to re-tool operations to make more gas guzzling pick-ups and SUVs, due to low sales of more fuel efficient cars!

Minnesota: Elkay Manufacturing eliminating 1-hundred jobs in New Ulm, starting mid-May!

New Jersey: Uniform maker Cintas eliminating 1-hundred jobs in Belleville, by the end of May! FMC eliminating 53 jobs in Philadelphia, by the end of September.  DuPont eliminating 103 jobs in Deepwater, by the end of May!

New York: Freeman Bus Corporation issued a WARN for its Watertown location, 28 jobs lost due to loss of contract. VWR issued a shutdown WARN for its Rouses Point location, 27 jobs gone by the end of May, due to being taken over by Avantor.

North Carolina: Rockwell Collins killing 119 jobs in Winston-Salem, offshoring them to Philippines!

Ohio: AES Ohio Generation-Dayton Power & Light shutting down two power plants and a training center, 370 jobs gone by June!

Oregon: What construction industry recovery? Pennsylvania based Armstrong World Industries shutting down its ceiling tile factory in Saint Helens, 136 jobs gone by the end of May!

Pennsylvania: First Energy shutting down Beaver Valley Power Station (nuke plant) by 2021, blaming low prices on crashing demand for electricity.  Schneider National Carriers eliminating 155 jobs in Bedford, by the end of April! Bankrupt Connecticut based paper products maker Cenveo shutting down its Altoona factory, 144 jobs gone by May!

Texas: GE Oil & Gas eliminating 78 jobs in Lufkin by the end of July, “The downturn in the oil and gas industry has forced us to review our operations to determine how we can best stay competitive…”

Virginia: Schneider National Carriers eliminating 181 jobs in Gordonsville, by the end of April!

Washington: In Seattle, after 104 years (surviving The Great Depression and numerous recessions) Kusak Cut Glass Works shutting down, greedy city leaders re-zoned (gentrified) the neighborhood where the factory is located, it will be replaced with apartments: “This is a sad day…”-Chuck Kusak, radio interview with KIRO

Wisconsin: Racine based cleaning products manufacturer S.C. Johnson eliminating as many as 4-hundred jobs “to maintain the company’s health and leadership.”  Hubbell Lighting issued a shutdown WARN for its factory in Hudson, 54 jobs gone by the end of May.

Wyoming: According to the state Mine Inspector’s annual report the coal industry has stabilized after eliminating almost 1-thousand jobs within two years, however, in 2017 only a whopping five new coal industry jobs were created!  What construction industry recovery? The town of Jackson issued a 180 days construction moratorium due to  new stricter Teton County level employee housing rules, town leaders want new construction project applications to be filed after the new housing rules go into effect.  The new county housing rules will cost construction companies more money. 

WARN=Worker Adjustment & Retraining Notification

Mining/Industrial/Logistics layoffs, February 2018:“NO REASONABLE OPTION BUT….DEACTIVATION”

U.S. Food Crisis: West Virginia Operation Carrot? State sponsored survivalism!

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You know things are bad when the National Guard starts teaching people how to grow carrots!  That’s what they’re doing in West Virginia.

Apparently there is such a low supply of carrots in the region that West Virginia’s National Guard and Capitol Conservation District are conducting operations Patriot Guard-ens and Farm Roots (in that order).  The first Farm Roots carrot growing course was conducted on 13APR2018, however, Patriot Guardens was started in 2017 (The Journal: “National Guard is transitioning armories into agriculture transition/training hubs”).

It’s not just a low supply of carrots but Director of Patriot Guardens Education and Deputy Director of Economic Development, Melissa Stewart, also says it’s about prepping for survival: “Sharing my knowledge of agricultural production is one way that I hope to help our participants find some peace of mind through working with their hands toward developing a more self-sufficient lifestyle.”

Patriot Guardens op at Recovery Point in Charleston, 22APR2017

One reason for the carrot shortage is that West Virginia’s dirt is not conducive to growing carrots, so the taxpayer/donation funded program is teaching individuals how to use raised beds and better soil.  The National Guard claims they’ve also got buyers waiting in the wings; area restaurants that are having a hard time getting affordable carrots.


Slow disaster relief: Florida militia discovers a major cause, new preps for Hurricanes!

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“I stressed after Hurricane Irma that we have to get our counterparts trained as well, because we’re going to need them. We knew that it was not enough to take on the mission with just the four of us.”-Master Sergeant Abea Balala, Florida Air National Guard

Army National Guard units are the typical bringers of disaster relief aid, unless roads are impassable and then the Air National Guard is used to airlift supplies into affected areas.

During Hurricane Irma relief efforts Florida Air National Guard Master Sergeant Abea Balala, and his four person team, noticed a major problem with the supplies they got from Army Guard units; while the supplies were packaged for transport by ground vehicles they were not in a condition to be shipped by air (or a lot of personnel had to be used to on & off-load one box at a time), meaning everything had to be re-palletized before being loaded on aircraft.  This was a major cause of slow delivery times.

My experience in both the U.S. Air Force and the Army National Guard revealed that Air Force units do not have the manpower to quickly palletize a lot of stuff on short notice, but Army units do.

In this pic of Hurricane Harvey relief notice how National Guard personnel are ‘bucket brigade-ing’ supplies, one box at a time, off the C-130

The ‘higher-ups’ liked the suggestion of Master Sergeant Abea Balala, and last week the Florida National Guard conducted a week-long air transport pallet buildup and cargo preparation course for Army units: “On the Joint Operations side, we’ve been working with the Air side a lot more over the last two years than we ever had. They’re actually part of what is called the ‘Joint Support Group’ … and we work together to coordinate everything throughout hurricane seasons. It means better response, it means better use of our resources. It means if we pack things right and move things right, supplies are going to get to them faster, cheaper, and ultimately may save lives.”-Captain Daniel Munzner, Florida Army National Guard



Fluoride Wars: Petrifies your glands, interferes with sleep, dumbs down your baby?

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Having trouble sleeping? Maybe you should stop using fluoride.

Fluoride solidifies/calcifies (petrifies) your pineal gland which, among other things, regulates your sleep pattern, that’s according to  The claim is based on unnamed studies that looked at the glands of dead people. 

An article by News Medical Life Sciences says “A pregnant female suffering from chronic fluorosis transfers a significant amount of fluoride to the fetus transplacentally. This increases the risk of fluoride poisoning. The accumulation of fluoride in the fetal brain has been shown to result in significant negative effects on the development of the neurons.”

PR Newswire: Fluoride During Pregnancy Endangers Babies Intelligence

In Massachusetts, U.S.A., the people of Edgartown “…overwhelmingly defeated an initiative to add fluoride to the town’s water, a rebuff to a controversial order issued by the board of health.”

Reports Healthcare: “….a good number of studies that show the long-term negative effects of fluoride on the body and many of the bodily processes existed before fluoride started being used as an additive.”

“In Canada, we tired of the constant barrage of ‘safe and effective’ so we asked Health Canada for safety studies. They refused. We then sought to find out about the studies they relied on for fluoridation under the Freedom of Information Act and, after 1.5 years, Health Canada got back to us and admitted that they had none. Not a single safety study was to be found!”-Robert C Dickson, community physician in Alberta, Canada

In India, fluoride poisoning is common: “People only notice the complications after having consumed the water for decades. Unfortunately, it is too late by then.”

hivisasa:  “People from Naivasha [Kenya, Africa] are sometimes identified by the colour of their teeth. This arises from the high levels of fluoride in the water consumed by residents causing teeth to turn brown.” 

“….fluoride accumulates in our bodies as we only excrete 50-60 per cent as adults, and 20 per cent as children. We are also exposed from many sources, including the one dumped in water hydrofluorosilicic acid – classification: Schedule 7 (dangerous poison) Hazchem Class 6 (acutely toxic ) & 8 (corrosive).

……dental fluorosis is ‘sometimes a mild discolouration of the enamel’. This sign of systemic toxicity is prevalent in 41 per cent of NZ [New Zealand] children according to the Ministry of Health.”-LUCY McDOUGALL

In New Zealand, the University of Otago is recruiting children for a new fluoride study, apparently to study how much toothpaste children use and how much fluoride is in the toothpaste. 

Here’s proof it’s all about money; Investor Opinion: Sodium Fluoride Market research report provides the newest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users driving revenue growth and profitability.

Healthcare Journal: Fluoride Varnish market report covers the In-depth present scenario and the growth prospects (2018-2025) of the global Fluoride Varnish market. 

Truth Today: Anhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride (AHF) report conveys company information, volume, the scope of the product, production price and cost, profit, demand and supply, import/export activities as well as consumption. 




Total Gun Ban Fail: Japan, Cops, Bullies, Suicide

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“I’m scared because the arrested suspect is a police officer who is supposed to ensure our safety.”-78 years old police state loving Japanese shocked that cops are shooting cops

A teenaged police ‘officer’ in Hikone shot and killed another cop, because the older cop was bullying the younger cop (who was only 19 years old).

Notice that the teenaged cop used an excuse that’s been used by every teenaged school shooter in the United States: He was being bullied. 

In the United States bullying is not dealt with, other than meaningless taxpayer funded public service announcements, and useless social media operations.  Instead, everything is blamed on guns.

One anti-gun argument in the United states is that banning guns will reduce suicides. Wrong! In total-gun-ban Japan bullying has become institutionalized, resulting in Japan having one of the highest suicide rates in the world (anti-gun Russia and total-gun-ban China beating out Japan in suicides), according the UN World Health Organization.

But this latest shooting in Japan wasn’t the only one in the past two weeks.  In the city of Toyooka, a Filipino immigrant was arrested for shooting his eight months old baby with airsoft pellets, because the baby wouldn’t stop crying.

In November last year, I revealed that there is an overt Japanese based anti-2nd Amendment operation within the United States.  There is a possible connection between the recent anti-2nd Amendment March for Our Lives operations and the Japan based operation. 

Don’t be fooled by official crime stats out of Japan, they’re skewed in favor of a police state system.  And official stats claiming unbelievably low gun possession rates can’t be trusted because the powerful Yakuza (which actually operates as a shadow government in Japan) has a lot of guns, in fact most crimes involving the Yakuza are not counted in official crime stats.

The following links are just the tip of the iceberg regarding the truth about violence in anti-gun Japan.

Asia Times:Japan’s prison nursing homes: shoplifting for elderly care

Irish Times: Japan’s crime problem? Too many police

Reuters: Indian man dies in Japanese immigration detention center 

The Business of Fashion: Can ‘Sick-Cute’ Fashion Break Japan’s Silence on Suicide?

NextShark: Another YouTuber Visits Japan’s ‘Suicide Forest’, This Time To Save Lives

The Japan Times: Man gets 30 years over fatal stabbing of father of three

After 14 years police finally arrest man for stabbing a girl to death




America Spread Thin: West Pacific, March 2018

“We are going to have to stop being the policemen of the world.”-Donald Trump, August 2015 interview with Hugh Hewitt

Video, U.S. Marines assist with Cyclone Marcus clean-up in Australia, 22MAR2018:

Department of Defense video update on activities with Indonesia and Japan, 20MAR2018:

U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4 Seabees building a school addition in Indonesia, under the gaze of students, 30MAR2018

Video, U.S. tax dollars at work supporting Pacific Partnership 2018 event at Teaching Farm University Dehasen near Bengkulu, Indonesia, 31MAR2018:

News media get U.S. taxpayer funded ride on MV-22B in Okinawa, Japan, 09MAR2018, after a series of V-22 crashes and other incidents

Intimidating Japanese news media with U.S. flags aboard MV-22B Osprey in Okinawa

Senator Elizabeth Warren visits U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan, 27MAR2018

Department of Defense video, Iwo Jima and Korea:

Video of military personnel volunteering to make bread for Korean orphans:

Osan Girl Scouts of Osan Air Base donated almost 200 boxes of cookies to Seongju, Korea, 13MAR2018

A very sexist video about U.S. female military personnel in the Pacific:

Official opening ceremony for Pacific Partnership 2018, off the island of Yap, aboard USNS Brunswick, 20MAR2018

Since 2006, 22 partner nations around the globe have participated in Pacific Partnership providing medical/veterinary care and completing nearly 2-hundred engineering projects throughout the region.

At the end of march, the U.S. Army deployed animal care specialists to the island of Yap, Federated States of Micronesia: “There are no practicing veterinarians in Yap. The U.S. Army is the only branch of service with clinical veterinarians, and we are honored to be here in Yap working side-by-side with local professionals.”-Captain Adam Boe

“YAPS [Yap Animal Protection Society] consists of nearly twenty volunteers dedicated to bringing veterinarians from nearby countries through donations and fundraising campaigns.”-Captain Trevor Tenney

Video U.S. Navy hospital ship Bikini Atoll, Micronesia, 20MAR2018:

Aircrew Survival Equipmentman 1st Class Lisa Braulik, from Old Town, Idaho, aboard USS Bonhomme Richard in the Philippine Sea, 28MAR2018

USAF Band U.S. Embassy Celebration of Friendship with Kingdom of Thailand, 23MAR2018

Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) recovery team Quang Nam Province, Vietnam, 25MAR2018

Video of USS Carl Vinson flying the Vietnamese flag, 06MAR2018, it was the first time in more than 40 years that a U.S. aircraft carrier was in Vietnam: