Official DHS “Operation ENDGAME”: Detention and Removal Strategy for a Secure Homeland (DHS/ICE docs included)
For those that are not aware, “Operation Endgame” is an official document created by DHS, designed to create the needed framework for mass detention & removal of a substantial number of the domestic populous through combined efforts of a plethora of federal agencies (with optional international assistance if/when required), when the government deems it’s “necessary”. The document is written under the seemingly innocent guise of “illegal immigration” but the truth is “operation endgame” has nothing to do with race or immigration per-say. It is created to be used as the primary plan of action (framework) against domestic dissidents in the fairly near future. Understand that if/when you are deemed a “enemy combatant” you lose your official status as a US citizen, which allows this programs “immigration” targeting and protocols to apply directly to you, which is exactly how this framework is designed to function (via loophole). Think of it as Rex84 2.0, and it has allowed DHS, ICE and various other federal agencies (sometimes including foreign troops) to train in concert for the last 10+ years for the mass detention and/or removal of select groups within the populous that the government deems a threat, under the false pretext of “rounding up dem Mexicans”. Operation Endgame is the brainchild of the Bush War of Terror, and initial work began on the operation directly following 9/11 (Sept 2001).
I am proud to release, Endgame, DRO’s 2003-2014 Strategic Plan. In September 2001, I chartered the Strategic Plan Working Group, made up of your peers in the field, at headquarters and in other immigration enforcement programs to develop a mission statement, DRO goals and performance measures to guide our operations for the next ten years. I am extremely pleased with their efforts and the result is Endgame.
Understand the “War on Terror” is a long-con which is designed to span over the course of decades, with each major aspect of the broader agenda thought out and designed in advance (problem/reaction/solution) to gradually move towards a final desired goal, a goal which Operation Endgame fits directly into (as designed… think of it as the “capstone”). Anyways for those that still have eyes to see, and ears to hear, you likely already known where all this is headed, but for those that don’t here is something to help maybe bring you up to speed.
ENDGAME Office of Detention and Removal Strategic Plan, 2003 – 2012
Detention and Removal Strategy for a Secure Homeland
Endgame is the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Office of Detention and Removal (DRO) multi-year strategic enforcement plan. It stresses the effective and efficient execution of the critical service DRO provides its partners and stakeholders to enforce the nation’s immigration and naturalization laws. The DRO strategic plan sets in motion a cohesive enforcement program with a ten-year time horizon that will build the capacity to “removal all removable aliens,” eliminate the backlog of unexecuted final order removal cases, and realize its vision.
“Within ten years [2003-2013], the Detention and Removal Program will be able to meet all of our commitments to and mandates from the President, Congress, and the American people.”
Endgame is an essential part of an overall strategic planning process that will integrate operations with budget development and performance measurement. The DRO Strategic Plan Working Group, which developed this plan, will maintain it and the process through a suite of performance indicators. These will ensure that operations and accomplishments are appropriately measured and that the plan accurately reflects the current and future environment.
Endgame is pro-active in its vision to confront and overcome the many challenges DRO faces today and will face tomorrow. Throughout the next ten years, DRO will implement and execute a series of strategies that will develop the capacity and capability to execute all final orders of removal. The three these listed below are DRO’s “foundations for success,” the pillars supporting the platform from which this plan and its strategies will be launched…
ICE: “STRENGTHENING INTERIOR ENFORCEMENT: DEPORTATION AND RELATED ISSUES”
The role that DRO plays is recognized throughout our strategic plan, “Endgame,” which seeks to reach a point where for every order of removal issued, a removal is effectuated. While we have a significant road ahead to achieve the results envisioned in Endgame, our recent efforts and results indicate that we are moving in the right direction.
‘Operation Endgame’ and the profitable purge of legal immigrants
In 2003, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) took over jurisdiction of immigration law enforcement. A year later, the DHS launched “Operation Endgame”, a program designed to ensure that all deportable aliens are removed by 2014. In 2005, funding for immigration law enforcement was increased to $10bn, so the getting rid of undesirables plan is in full force and seems to be working out nicely. In 1997, according to the DHS, 51,000 immigrants with criminal convictions were sent home. In 2010, more than 500,000 immigrants were apprehended and 169,000 criminal aliens were deported (pdf).
Detention And Removal Of Illegal Aliens
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
DRO’s goal is to develop the capacity to removal all removable aliens, and it has developed a strategic plan covering 2003-2012 entitled “Endgame,” to accomplish that goal. However, the plan identifies several significant challenges beyond its control, including the need for sufficient resources, political will, and the cooperation of foreign governments. Current resources, including those included in the FY 2006 Appropriations Act and the Administration’s FY 2007 budget request, are not sufficient to detain all high-risk aliens, including those from SST and SIC countries.
We are recommending that the Assistant Secretary (ICE) develop a plan to provide ICE with the capacity to: (1) detain and remove high-risk aliens; (2) intensify its efforts to develop alternatives to detention; and (3) resolve with the State Department issues that are preventing or impeding the repatriation of illegal OTM’s. Also, we are recommending that DRO expedite its efforts to implement a data management system that is capable of meeting its expanding data collection and analysis needs relating to the detection and removal of illegal aliens. Such a system would significantly enhance DRO’s ability to support future budget requests, identify emerging trends, and assess it’s overall mission performance.
“However, the plan identifies several significant challenges beyond its control…
1. the need for sufficient resources
I think they have this specific “challenge” handled via the billions of rounds of ammo & thousands of automatic “personal defense” (lol) weapons they purchased over the last few months/years, not to mention the mass food/medicine/supplies recently scattered throughout the primary HUBS across the country (FEMA Region 3 especially) which requires arrival for all recent orders to be delivered to their destination no later then Oct 1, 2013.
2. political will,
Obama is driving this bus into the ground. Obama’s political will, will be to drive your country into the ground without regret, AFTER the “right crisis” (of course) which will be used to set the needed change in tone via a exponentially growing domestic extremists threat, which will be created/announced publicly in the near future.
3. and the cooperation of foreign governments.
Which is why DHS/ICE has been training with foreign troops over the past few years, to trial the “international aid” stage of the framework (UN intervention). This aspect isn’t involved until later in the script, but will fit in as the major “game changer” in the bigger domestic agenda at play.
Anyways hang on folks, cuz I have a feeling we are in for one hell of a bumpy ride.