Confirmation from the former Commandant of the US Army War College

From Ann…. Barnhart.


You should read this.  It’s important.

Confirmation from the former Commandant of the US Army War College

Retired Army Major General Robert Scales in his piece from the Washington Post:

“Over the past few days, the opinions of officers confiding in me have changed to some degree. Resignation seems to be creeping into their sense of outrage. One officer told me: “To hell with them. If this guy wants this war, then let him have it. Looks like no one will get hurt anyway.”

Soon the military will salute respectfully and loose the hell of hundreds of cruise missiles in an effort that will, inevitably, kill a few of those we wish to protect. They will do it with all the professionalism and skill we expect from the world’s most proficient military.”

As a former commandant of the War College, Gen. Scales is himself personally responsible for the culture of effeminate capitulation, obsession with power and money, and abject moral cowardice that is the veritable hallmark of the United States military officer corps today.  This pathetic culture has been inculcated in the service academies and military academic centers (US Army War College, Command and General Staff College (CGSC), School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS), etc.) by a culture planted and fertilized by the Communist infiltrators of the U.S. dating all the way back to the mid-20th century.  If you don’t believe me, just stop and consider how the leading tip of the “politically correct” culture today is the United States military.  Every day it seems there is a new moral outrage involving the celebration of sodomy, the protection of islam and the suppression of Christianity within the US military and service academies.

I erred in my recent interview with Elijah Jonson when I said that not a single man in the US Military was willing to stand up and call out the Obama regime.  LTC Terry Lakin did it.  And Terry spent five months in the Disciplinary Barracks at Ft. Leavenworth.  But beyond that, he lost his pension.  As a Lieutenant Colonel flight surgeon, that loss in lifetime benefits was estimated at over $2.5 million – and that was for a field grade reservist.  I apologize to LTC Dr. Lakin for my mistake.

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