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Renegade Military

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on September 13, 2021 by andelino

Democratically elected governments cannot control their militaries by force and, instead, must protect democratic institutions against the usurpation of power through a combination of policies, laws, and values.  Our civilian leaders may be falling down on the job.

Our Founders knew that a renegade military was as great a threat to liberty as an installed tyrant.  They wrote the first two articles of the United States Constitution to give control over the military to the president as commander in chief and to Congress via the power to declare war.

These powers have been asserted over the military throughout America’s history: President Lincoln dismissed General McClellan for disobeying orders after the Battle of Antietam; President Truman relieved General MacArthur of command after MacArthur publicly criticized Truman’s Korean War policies; and President Obama accepted General McChrystal’s resignation shortly after McChrystal mocked then–vice president Joe Biden in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine. 

The ability of military commanders to speak and act of their own will and the power of their civilian authorities to hold them accountable for their words and deeds is an important — if unwritten — check and balance.

All good constitutionalists should therefore experience despair knowing that the top officers in the military no longer seem to feel beholden to their supposedly democratically elected leaders. In 2020, it was revealed that the military brass lied to President Trump about troop numbers in Syria after Trump ordered a withdrawal from the country in 2019.

Just over a week ago, a phone conversation between “Fraud-In-Chief” Joe Biden and the deposed former president of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani, was leaked to Reuters by either the State Department or the Pentagon, according to Tucker Carlson.  

This transcript shows Biden pressing Ghani to lie about Taliban successes in the country to create the illusion of coalition success.  As damning as this revelation is for Biden and how the U.S. government operates under what is ostensibly his administration, there are longer-term implications that should be concerning to the average American conservative if that leak did indeed come from the military.

To the public’s knowledge, no military official suffered consequences for lying to the commander in chief about troop numbers in Syria. The Biden administration also appears uninterested in punishing any official for last week’s leak.

The question that should be asked is, why not?  When any member of the military, but especially general and admiral grade officers, is insubordinate to the Constitution he swore to uphold, that person’s commander in chief, and by extension, the people of the United States, should use existing laws and policies to bring him back to heel.

When these are not exercised — and, indeed, the longer they are not exercised, the more threatening a corrupt or interest-conflicted military can become to the civilian institutions that are essential to a functioning and free democracy.  Functionally, enforcing these laws and policies protects a vital American value and, indeed, America’s national security itself.

Even the strongest critics of Biden and what his presidency represents regarding modern politics and culture, those who would typically cheer for his political embarrassment, should be concerned that his administration is evidently reluctant to re-assert control over an increasingly unaccountable military brass. 

Disobedience in the field and in the face of the enemy is regarded as treason and has historically been punished severely. How will disobedience in the office chair, in the face of the American public, be regarded?

As Caliph Barack Hussein Obama said, “never underestimate Biden’s ability to fuck things up.”

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We Are All Terrorists

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on August 17, 2021 by andelino

According to the Biden administration, you are a terrorist without actually engaging in, causing, or assisting terrorism.

Homeland Security released a warning. NBC News distilled the release into bullet points to hammer home exactly who America’s enemies are – We ARE.

You are a “Potential Terror Threat” if you:

  • Oppose government mandates requiring you to take an experimental drug or wear a mask
  • Question the inconsistencies proven to exist, by forensic audit, in the 2020 election
  • Celebrate religious holidays

The illegitimate” Biden’s administration has decided that people like You aren’t just political opponents, now, you are terrorists!!!

I’d be willing to bet that the doddering old fool, Joey Biden, has not even been told of the crisis and tragedy his administration has caused in Afghanistan, and I’m certain that the recent statements attributed to our failed “Fraud-In-Chief” concerning this tragic event were penned by his staff and not him, because the wording of the statements are not at the stammering and stuttering seventh-grade level that Joey normally uses. His staff is probably just letting him nap and suck on his “Sippy” cup during this trying time, so as not to worry our missing-in-action lunatic. It’s a damned certainty that he’s not providing any leadership.

And how reassuring to American citizens is this Biden caused disaster, when we’re depending on intelligence and good judgment at the presidential level to deal with Iran, Russia, North Korea, China and the blatant lie of climate change? I hope that the fools who voted for Biden are beginning to see the danger that his presence in the Oval Office presents to America and our way of life, because old senile Joey is not ready to take charge of anything, and is not even able to think about difficult issues, let alone make any decisions about them.

The entire, current executive branch of government under Joey Biden should resign en masse and leave our suffering nation in peace. All Joey has accomplished in eight months in the White House is an overrun southwest border, unemployment, inflation, another lockdown in the offing, more masking, more charges of racism at whites, a debt that can never be repaid, suspect deals with Iran, ignoring the pleas of Cubans for liberty and freedom, a melt-down in the Middle East and now the liberation of Afghanistan.

When “Fraud-In-Chief” Joe Biden defended his decision to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by a September 11 deadline, the president told reporters on July 8, 2021 that it remained “highly unlikely” the Taliban would take control of the country. 

“The likelihood there’s going to be the Taliban overrunning everything and owning the whole country is highly unlikely. The Afghan government and leadership has to come together. They clearly have the capacity to sustain the government in place, there’s not a conclusion that, in fact, they cannot defeat the Taliban.”

“What you had is you had entire brigades breaking through the gates of our Embassy. Six if I’m not mistaken. The Taliban is not the South, the North Vietnamese army. They’re not—they’re not remotely comparable in terms of capability. There’s going to be no circumstance where you’re going to see people being lifted off the roof of a embassy.” Joe Biden, August 5, 2021

Biden’s “illegitimate” administration was stunned by the speed of Taliban’s takeover and the Afghan government’s collapse. The ensuing chaos poses the most serious test of Biden as “Dictator in Chief.” Meanwhile, U.S. officials are increasingly concerned about the potential for the rise in terrorist threats against the U.S. as the situation in Afghanistan devolves, according to a person familiar with the matter who requested anonymity to discuss a sensitive security matter.

Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told senators on a briefing call that U.S. officials are expected to alter their earlier assessments about the pace of terrorist groups reconstituting in Afghanistan, the person said. Based on the evolving situation, officials believe terror groups like al-Qaida may be able to grow much faster than expected.

The spokesman for the Taliban‘s political office told Al-Jazeera Mubasher TV on Sunday that the war is over in Afghanistan and that the type of rule and the form of regime will be clear soon. Spokesman Mohammad Naeem said that no diplomatic body or any of its headquarters was targeted, saying that the group assures everyone it will provide safety for citizens and diplomatic missions.

“We are ready to have a dialogue with all Afghan figures and will guarantee them the necessary protection,” he told the Qatar-based channel. He said the group takes every step responsibly and is keen on having peace with everyone.

Taliban insurgents entered Kabul and President Ashraf Ghani left Afghanistan for Tajikistan saying he wanted to avoid bloodshed, bringing the Islamist militants close to taking over the country two decades after they were overthrown by a U.S. led invasion. Naeem said of Ghani’s escape that it wasn’t taken into account and “even those close to him did not expect it.”

He said the group today is seeing the fruits of its efforts and sacrifices for 20 years. “We have reached what we were seeking, which is the freedom of our country and the independence of our people. We will not allow anyone to use our lands to target anyone, and we do not want to harm others.”

Naeem said the group won’t interfere in the affairs of others and, in return, won’t allow interference in their affairs. “We do not think that foreign forces will repeat their failed experience in Afghanistan once again,” Naeem said, adding that the group is ready to deal with the concerns of the international community through dialogue.

Alexander the Great, 4th century BC
British, 19th century
Soviets, 1980’s
Americans, 21st century

The history of Afghanistan in a nutshell .

Biden operating the most diabolical presidency and Democratic Party probably since slavery.

Afghanistan Liberation

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , on August 16, 2021 by andelino

Thanks to all the Moozlim toddler’s crying out “Insha’Allah”, in a little over one week’s time, the Taliban has completed the liberation of Afghanistan by entering the capital city of Kabul. Afghan Forces have abandoned the field at Kabul International Airport.

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has relinquished power and fled the country after assuring citizens of their safety in the face of a Taliban takeover.

After sacrificing an entire generation of brave, patriotic young American soldiers and wasting trillions of taxpayers resources in the sandy desert money pits, it seems Afghanistan has now been liberated by Taliban freedom fighters.

In other words: a deeply conservative, traditionalist Islamic country seems to prefer a deeply conservative, traditionalist Islamic government.

Who would have thunked! This must be the first time in history Islamic conquering armies do such a thing.

Maybe Moozlim Caliph Barack Obama should have sent more Gays, Drag Queens and Transgenders to their kindergartens for Western education, or maybe we should have provided the Taliban with more stretchy garments for their pregnant female fighters. Maybe then they would have been in awe about the current state of Western civilization!

If only we could find some sort of common denominator, something to explain why Afghanistan and Iraq are so difficult to turn into Nancy Pelosi’s beloved San Francisco.

What a mystery! Ivy League professors will debate this for many years to come!

Usually when I say to my friends “I could see it coming,” it’s for much more near-term events. Regarding Afghanistan, I’ve been saying it for 21 years.

Long live Afghanistan and the Taliban Freedom Fighters.

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