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Pentagon Confirmation: “zombies” in “anti-zombie drills” do represent specific living people.


The US military and Department of Homeland Security have conducted drills in US cities in which troops practice machine gunning civilians. However, when anyone asks what is going on, they are told it is an “anti-Zombie joke mission.” There are even instances were people dressed up as zombies for US personnel to pretend to gun down.

This has been reported at length by syndicated radio talk show host Alex Jones. He suggested that the real purpose of the “anti-Zombie” exercises was to train and desensitize US personnel to slaughter civilian populations.

Now Foreign Policy Magazine says they have documentation, straight from a Pentagon database, that confirms the basic theory espoused by Alex Jones. The Pentagon says the use of zombies is to disguise the real purpose of the training mission to evade “political fallout.”

From Foreign Policy Magazine…

Buried on the military’s secret computer network is an unclassified document, obtained by Foreign Policy, called “CONOP 8888.” It’s a zombie survival plan, a how-to guide for military planners trying to isolate the threat from a menu of the undead — from chicken zombies to vegetarian zombies and even “evil magic zombies” — and destroy them.

“This plan fulfills fictional contingency planning guidance tasking for U.S. Strategic Command to develop a comprehensive [plan] to undertake military operations to preserve ‘non-zombie’ humans from the threatsposed by a zombie horde,” CONOP 8888’s plan summary reads. “Because zombies pose a threat to all non-zombie human life, [Strategic Command] will be prepared to preserve the sanctity of human life and conduct operations in support of any human population — including traditional adversaries.”

CONOP 8888, otherwise known as “Counter-Zombie Dominance” and dated April 30, 2011, is no laughing matter, and yet of course it is. As its authors note in the document’s “disclaimer section,” “this plan was not actually designed as a joke.”

Military planners assigned to the U.S. Strategic Command in Omaha, Nebraska during 2009 and 2010 looked for a creative way to devise a planning document to protect citizens in the event of an attack of any kind. The officers used zombies as their muse. “Planners … realized that training examples for plans must accommodate the political fallout that occurs if the general public mistakenly believes that a fictional training scenario is actually a real plan,” the authors wrote, adding: “Rather than risk such an outcome by teaching our augmentees using the fictional ‘Tunisia’ or ‘Nigeria’ scenarios used at [Joint Combined Warfighting School], we elected to use a completely-impossible scenario that could never be mistaken for a real plan.”

Navy Capt. Pamela Kunze, a spokeswoman for Strategic Command, acknowledged the document exists on a “secure Internet site” but took pains to explain that the zombie survival guide is only a creative endeavor for training purposes. “The document is identified as a training tool used in an in-house training exercise where students learn about the basic concepts of military plans and order development through a fictional training scenario,” she wrote in an email. “This document is not a U.S. Strategic Command plan.”

The plan reviews, extensively, the various phases of saving the world from zombie rule and reads not unlike the phases of a counterinsurgency campaign: from “shape” to “deter” to “seize initiative” to “dominate” to “stabilize” and, finally, in the final, confidence-building phase, “restore civil authority.” That final phase includes the directive to “prepare to redeploy the forces to attack surviving zombie holdouts.”

Finally, “[a]s directed by POTUS and SECDEF,” using military-ese for the president of the United States and the defense secretary, “provide support to federal, state and tribal agencies’ efforts to restore basic services in zombie-related disaster areas.”

If the military’s mantra is to “be prepared,” then writing a zombie survival guide — even if it is just for an imaginative exercise — makes sense. “I hope we’ve invested a similar level of intellectual rigor against dragon egg hatching contingencies,” one defense official quipped.

Below is actual video of the Department of Homeland Security conducting an anti-Zombie drill. The pentagon just confirmed to Foreign Policy magazine that the zombies represent actually human threats. The use of zombies to disguise the real purpose of the training exercise to evade the “political fallout” that might occur.