- Future battlefields will largely be in the world's large cities, says Ola Kaldager, who for ten years headed the secret Norwegian intelligence organization E14, alias "Section for special collection," which was closed down in 2006.
Kaldager has devoted much of his life to military intelligence. He believes the great enemy does not come from the east (Russia), but comes from within.
War in big cities
- We are gearing up for a conventional war that does not come (...) Future battlefields will largely be in the world's largest cities, because we'll probably get more attacks on Western democracies. IS has with the attacks in France shown us what is coming, he says to Aftenposten.
- Our warfare against terror helps to recruit new jihadists and legitimize terror, he said.
Network of sleeping terrorist cells
This summer, the New York Times had an article focusing on the IS organization Emni. It is created to recruit people to carry out terrorist attacks in their western homeland.
According to the NY Times, IS defectors have told that hundreds of recruits were sent back to their homelands and now live there as sleeping terrorist cells.
Abu Muhammad al-Adnani was head of Emni before he was killed in an air raid in Aleppo in August 2016 - a year after the United States had offered a bounty of five million US dollars for him.
- In practice Emni is kind of an XU organization similar to what Norway had during the Second World War. The leadership is thinking long term and has a vast international network. They seek exile groups, find enemy weaknesses, preying on sources which they can exploit and use in their fight, Kaldager says to Aftenposten.
His predictions coincides with the Pentagon's prediction for the future. The headquarters of the United States Department of Defense predicts approximately the same thing, war and misery, ghettos and unrest. You can watch it here:
VIDEO: Watch Pentagon's dystopian vision for the future
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