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TRA, or (The Red Army) stands for the Russian military [Krasnaya Armiya]. "The Red Army" is now known only as a nickname, but back then, it was their official name. It said that The Red Army disbanded after World War 2. Further findings suggest that The Red Army name was not disbanded until 1991: when the USSR collapsed. It is only commonly known now as a nickname, or a brand. Yet, A Red Army exists now? So, this is an analysis of The Red Army: a brief analysis if anything, because they are very secretive (shh). 

The Red Army is a large group of workers, poverty stricken people, military brats, and their families, who have been sent to other countries under the guise to find work. Everyone who is basically healthy and can work, was (is) made to do at least 3 to 4 years of military service.

Based on personal findings on theredarmy subreddit on Reddit, it is safe to assume that they are obviously from Russia, but where from Russia? There is not much to go on except for a video about a song played by the Alexandrov Ensemble, or the red army choir: that video is taken down. Other then that, there are only a few posts that try and encourage people to "join". 

 It is safe to assume that some come from the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, where some of theredarmy subreddit  followers worship the prosecutor of Crimea: Natalia Polklonskaya on their fascinatingly creepy subreddit dedicated to Polklonskaya. She was appointed as prosecutor by Putin himself. It is also safe to assume that other Red Army members came from other parts of Russia. 

But, just because The Red Army originated from Russia, and involves Russian people of all ages and kinds, there are other people around the world who are also in the Red Army. The Red Army is not just a Russian thing, it is a global thing. They are located all over the world: on top of that, there are many supporters of their beliefs, such as Communism. There is one post that I remember seeing that was made by a Red Army redditor who posted on r/communism: in fact, there were a few posts put on r/communism, made by the same person. 


One of these posts states that more people should be trying to reunite in different countries, that is not too bad. Different people with common interests, right? 
Well, that post was made 2 years ago.. A post made by the same person 10 months ago states: "Peace is a clichė: when the west cannot control the world unopposed it means war." 

Even though communism and Marxism seem to be staples of the political views of the red army, there are a few that stand out...
Such as this post that was made on the subreddit r/COMPLETEANARCHY, that depicts a very revealing diagram of something named "The Alchemical Opus on the Myth of Redemption". Based on prior bits of knowledge about known and offshoot occult magic, it seems like they are also involved in Chaos Magic, which would explain the diagram. It seems that anarchy and "complete anarchy" are also some themes that one can see while digging deeper. 

A further analysis of the source of the chart says that it is apart of Jordan Peterson's book called "Maps of Meaning": a vague, but pretty clear book about one's experience with Chaos. 

Some people that are on that subreddit do not just have fascinatingly odd interests and diagrams, but they also have a peculiar set of skills.... 

One such skill common is lock picking. Lockpicking can easily just be an interesting hobby, or if you are becoming a locksmith, then it could be suitable. However, a skill can be used for both good and evil. A picture of a post on r/lockpicking shows a man picking a lock. Nothing bad right? Well, even if the post had good intentions, terrible wording was used. Or was it? Was it intentionally worded like that? It really raises some questions about the capabilities of TRA. 

Based off of the picture, there seems to be no real point in picking a lock that is not attached to anything. It is obviously meant to be used as practice, or practice for something else? What did they mean by "now, to get her on film..."? Get who on film? 

If people from the Red Army are people consisting of not just military brats, but also older people, children and other kinds of people with their skills, interests and political beliefs, what are they preparing for? What do they know that the rest of the world does not know? 

Are they planning an uprising? Maybe it is a plan to invade other countries under the guise of "finding work" until the time comes? After all, having the old military name "The Red Army" as a brand is a clever way to utilize and to get the name spread in different countries without having to start an uprise until the time is right. 

For example: in Canada, if one were to wear a Red Army sweater (red obviously) with white letters, to the uneducated Canadian, it could be seen as support to the Canadian troops: after all, red and white are Canada's national colors. 

It would not be too far fetched of a theory, as Russia has been accused of assassinations on foreign soil: take one of the more recent examples, when Sergei Skripal and Yulia, his 4 year old daughter, were poisoned with a Soviet developed nerve agent called "Novichok" in the U.K. One of the suspects was identified as a high ranking Russian intelligence member. 

 

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On 4/16/2019 at 11:45 AM, downthehole said:

For example: in Canada, if one were to wear a Red Army sweater (red obviously) with white letters, to the uneducated Canadian, it could be seen as support to the Canadian troops: after all, red and white are Canada's national colors.

I live in Anchorage, Alaska at present. Canada is militarily hostile territory. I am not allowed to cross through Yukon & B.C. to reach the Lower 48.

The Canadians have turned me away and pursued me back across the border, drugged me, and sabotaged my vehicle. It's a Red Army, for sure. Part of the Swiss French German Axis.

The Canadians have also heavily infiltrated local police & private security forces, and they are always at the courthouse pursuing foreign-motivated causes against Americans.

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1 hour ago, F-22 said:

I live in Anchorage, Alaska at present. Canada is militarily hostile territory. I am not allowed to cross through Yukon & B.C. to reach the Lower 48.

The Canadians have turned me away and pursued me back across the border, drugged me, and sabotaged my vehicle. It's a Red Army, for sure. Part of the Swiss French German Axis.

The Canadians have also heavily infiltrated local police & private security forces, and they are always at the courthouse pursuing foreign-motivated causes against Americans.

Thank you for sharing this. This is really useful. Did you hear that the Russian M.O.D released an article describing their experimentation with parapsychology? 

 

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abuse of clearance

Several years ago, about 1.4 million U.S. citizens were rumored to hold government clearance for access to classified information at the top secret level, and about 7 million at the secret level.

the legal bar

Classified information is legally defined as the sort of information that would result in “serious harm” or “exceptionally grave harm” to the interests of the United States if disclosed.

herding cats

We have a “cat out of the bag” problem where it is unreasonable to expect information that is known to 1.4–7 million people not to be known to the general public, let alone our nation-state enemies.

boilerplate corporate non-compete

The real problem or conspiracy I am trying to explain here is that U.S. government clearance for access to classified information has been misused by major multinational corporations of the worldwide Military-Industial Complex to enforce a vanilla corporate “non-compete” against their employees.

U.S. government clearance functions too much as a club or labor union that includes, even at the top secret level, far more people than can reasonably be claimed to be handling information of such serious or exceptionally grave importance to national security.

The present system of handling classified information is based too much on a perspective of “class” rather than classification, it fails to respect international borders, and it discriminates heavily and blatantly against minorities, perhaps most notably the transgender, such as Chelsea Manning.

prison term?

The ten year sentence in U.S. code does not even make sense. That someone allegedly disclosed top secret information and is even allowed to live is a atrong indication that he or she has done absolutely nothing wrong.

It would be absurd to allow the accused to discuss such information with cellmates and prison buddies, and impractical as well as cruel and unusual to impose solitary confinement.

It is also absurd to believe that 1.4–7 million people actually have access to or need to know any information worthy of capital punishment.

military-industrial complex

The “good old boys” with the no-bid contracts, the greasy palms and the revolving door of political lobbying, the kickbacks on purchase agreements, the wining and dining, the “strategic” criminal charges coming out of left field at court-martial, it goes on and on. It is a horrible mess, and the criminals have it rigged so that they can stay in business for themselves while laying arbitrary criminal charges against the innocent.

the crisis of the Swedish male and the Finnish Establishment

Swedish and Finnish are essentially unrelated languages except inasmuch as they both borrow the Roman alphabet for a system of writing. They share a certain peculiarity of grammar in referring to a married man.

The word “man,” mies in Finnish or man in Swedish, is used to refer to a woman’s husband. Whenever the genitive or possessive case is used, and the possessed object is a “man,” the possessor can be none other than the man’s wife.

A Swedish or Finnish man does not generally wear a wedding band. A man’s demeanor is supposed to indicate that he is married, and a woman should not be so forward with her propositions as to assume or inquire outright.

The Swedish word husbonde is, of course the literal cognate of “husband,” but that word is archaic and has the meaning of a serf or sharecropper in fiefdom to a lord, essentially one who would own a house and farm on a mortgage, but no other significant real property, title of nobility, or position of government: the lowest class of man who could practically be married and raise children in a stable home.

Swedes and Finns have a certain fixation on “loose men,” löskerkarlar in Swedish, another archaic word, a plural of the common boy’s name “Karl.”

One might think of a hobo or a bum or even a gay man, and en löskerkarl is probably homeless in a literal sense, and tends to “hang out with the guys,” free of a fixed mortgage payment, but he has business dealings and expensive sporting equipment, and when he’s in town, he’s flashing money and picking up the ladies.

There is a certain Finnish Establishment, perustus ja hallitus, that cuts a man’s hair a bit too carefully.

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