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Strip away 10,000 layers of Jade Helm and what is left is an A.I, or artificial intelligence much like the infamous Skynet from the Terminator series. Learn more! Listen to Free American on VT Radio Now!

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With the latest installment of the Terminator series arriving at local cinemas in a few days, just in time for the 4th of July weekend, it seems only fitting to use an analogy from the series to put all this in perspective.

According to BrewingWaves, when you strip away the 10,000 layers of Jade Helm, what is left is an A.I., or artificial intelligence much like the infamous Skynet from the Terminator series.

In the event you’re unfamiliar with the Terminator series, let me give you the cliff notes version: In the series, humans build a giant supercomputer with artificial intelligence capable of running our entire military.

One day, the machine becomes self aware, and decides the best way to get rid of us pesky humans is to launch nukes at our enemies, because it knows our enemies will respond in kind, and the end result is a nuclear apocalypse and a scorched earth.

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