What is Obama’s $400-Billion “Civilian National Security Force”?

In a July 2 speech touting the importance of using the government as a service-opportunity provider for young people, Barack Obama made this rather startling (even for him) statement:

We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.

A “civilian national security force … just as well-funded” as the U.S. military? In other words, this thing’s going to cost more than $400 Billion annually? What is it?

The MSM has been AWOL on this. The Democrat presumtive presidential nominee proposes an expensive, elephantine thing; no one seems to know what it is, and the MSM doesn’t go after it?

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7 thoughts on “What is Obama’s $400-Billion “Civilian National Security Force”?

  1. Well, Obama is a CFR member (and Michelle, too), and that organization is paid by the Fortune 100 to promote the corporate globalist philosophy. So, whatever the domestic security force is, it must be a step toward the system of global governance that the CFR and its sister think tanks would like to have. Unfortunately, that’s anti-sovereignty, anti-freedom, etc.

  2. Somebody ought to make up some shirts for this “civilian national security force.” I hear brown is a nice color.

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