25 August 2016 / 18:29 UTC-07 Tango 01 (05 Shahrivar 1395/22 Dhu I-Qa’da 1437/24 Bing-Shen 4714)
The biggest tax sucking states in the U.S., the ‘New England’ states, along with Mormon HQ Utah, refuse to support their own demand for the False Flag war on terror!
Economically depressed Idaho is one of 11 states supplying the most military personnel for the never ending, and undeclared, war on terror. That’s according to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)!
Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia provide the most military recruits (between the ages of 17 and 24), per capita, than any of the other U.S. states! (when counting actual ‘boots on the ground’ recruits Texas leads the way)
By sharp contrast, Defense Secretary Ash Carter stated that Vermont, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Minnesota, North Dakota and Utah provide the least number of recruits (per capita). It should be noted that Mormon dominated, and federal tax funding dependant, Utah not only has the lowest recruitment per capita, but is also near the bottom as far as actual ‘boots on the ground’ recruits go (only 113 Utahans joined up in 2004)!
In 2014 DoD administrators could not explain the disparity in recruitment data. Today, instead of blaming it on economic realities (top 11 per capita recruiting states do not have many job opputunities for youth, however, recent data suggests that the majority of recruits come from middle class families) DoD analysts are claiming that computer tech driven youth are intentionaly avoiding traditional marketing (recruiting) campaigns: “All of us recognize that with the advent of multimedia, social media, the internet, that we all consume information in a very different way. It used to be … your television and radio were your primary sources of entertainment and information.”-Stephanie Miller, DoD
The decline in overall recruiting is also blamed on base shutdowns and fewer and fewer families with relatives in the military.
Ash Carter is leading the DoD’s recruitment changes under a program called Force of the Future. Carter says the DoD will make major changes not only to recruiting efforts (like a new ‘digital’ recruitment campaign) but to applicant testing and medical processing (ASVAB & MEPS).