Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Mark Milley admits treason!

Gen. Mark Milley just admitted to treason while he attempts to gaslight us into believing it is somehow "normal" to undermine and backstab the Commander in Chief.Image result for treason

Here is more of the story via Zero Hedge:


Milley Responds, Claims Usurping Presidential Power To Give Enemy Advance Notice Just Part Of 'Regular Communications'

Update (1245ET): As the backlash from Woodward's expose of General Milley's apparently treasonous actions grows, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs has issued a damage control statement (h/t @JoshRogin) (emphasis ours)

The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs regularly communicates with Chiefs of Defense across the world, including with China and Russia.

These conversations remain vital to improving mutual understanding of U.S. national security interests, reducing tensions, providing clarity and avoiding unintended consequences or conflict.

His calls with the Chinese and others in October and January were in keeping with these duties and responsibilities conveying reassurance in order to maintain strategic stability.

All calls from the Chairman to his counterparts, including those reported, are staffed, coordinated and communicated with the Department of Defense and the interagency.

Also in keeping with his responsibilities as senior military advisor to the President and Secretary of Defense, General Milley frequently conducts meetings with uniformed leaders across the Services to ensure all leaders are aware of current issues.

The meeting regarding nuclear weapons protocols was to remind uniformed leaders in the Pentagon of the long-established and robust procedures in light of media reporting on the subject.

[The story continues and is being updated on Zero Hedge.]


Even Col. Vindman, the Army Colonel who testified against President Trump, said that Milley should resign.

Here’s a question for doubters as to whether Milley’s discussions with China without the President’s knowledge was a problem: 

If Milley’s discussions with China were “regular” or “routine”, why did Woodward and Costas highlight such actions in their book?

In fact, as reported by Zero Hedge, Christopher Miller said

“…he as secretary of defense, did not and would not ever authorize" the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to hold "secret" conversations with the Chinese defense chief.  In a statement to Fox News, Miller said the alleged calls were a "disgraceful and unprecedented act of insubordination."

There are now and should be more growing demands not only for Milley’s firing, but for his court-martial as well.

If the above statement truly reflects the modus operendi of the General Staff of the US military, that certainly does explain why the US has not won a war in 76 years.

Punishment for treason in the US

“Like all other federal crimes, the Federal Sentencing Guidelines apply to treason.

“Under those guidelines, depending on the facts, punishment for treason in the US include:

  • Imprisonment for not less than five years,
  • The death penalty
  • A fine of not less than $10,000”

[From Treason in the US - A Federal Crime - Gilles Law, PLLC]

However, treason, like any crime, is a pardonable offense.  There is little doubt that if Milley was convicted, Biden would pardon this poor excuse of a General.

Does anyone else besides me believe that China has bought off the deep state?

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Gen. Mark Milley: One significant reason the US has not won a war since WWII…

Many news articles and commentaries of the past decade have posed the question:  Why doesn’t the US win wars anymore – not in 76 years?

Here is a sampling of these writeups:

Why Doesn’t the U.S. Win Wars Anymore?” (Big Think, August 31)

Why the United States Is No Longer Winning the Wars” (El Pais, August 4)

Leaving Afghanistan and Why America Doesn’t Win Wars” (Strategist, April 21)

Why Can’t the Most Lethal Military in History Win Its Wars?” (Daily Beast, July 14, 2019)

Why America Can’t Win Wars” (Asia Times, Feb. 1, 2019)

Why America Doesn’t Win Wars Anymore” (Vox, Aug. 23, 2018

Why Can’t the World’s Best Military Win Its Wars?” (Le Monde, May 6, 2018)

Why America Loses Every War It Starts” (Observer, Nov. 15, 2017)

Face It—America Doesn’t ‘Win’ a Lot of Wars” (Medium, Sept. 29, 2016)

Why Can’t America Win Its Wars?” (Hoover Institution, March 10, 2016)

Why Has America Stopped Winning Wars?” (Atlantic, June 2, 2015)

Why Can’t America Win a War These Days?” (Foreign Policy, March 18, 2013)

[Thanks to The Trumpet magazine and website for the above compilation]

I hereby nominate General Mark Milley as the Poster Child representing one of the major reasons the US has not won a war in 76 years. 

I submit the following justification for this well-earned nomination:

Milley attended a number of liberal universities to garner his liberal degrees in such things as “Revolutionary Guerilla Organization in Theory and Practice”, “International Relations” and “International Studies.” His record does NOT indicated he either attended or graduated from West Point.

Milley graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in politics in 1980 after completing a 185-page-long senior thesis titled "A Critical Analysis of Revolutionary Guerrilla Organization in Theory and Practice".[7] Milley also holds a Master of Arts degree in international relations from Columbia University and another Master of Arts degree in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College.[8] He is also an attendee of the MIT Center for International Studies Seminar XXI National Security Studies Program.[9]

[Mark Milley – Wikipedia]

What he lacks is an understanding of the US Constitution, our history, and the reasons why we used to win wars.

Later in his woke career he led a committee reporting on “the country’s near-term impacts from climate change warning that we will suffer a “total collapse…in 20 years.”

After Milley was nominated, he headed a commission with other American military officials that were responsible for designing a report on the country's impending near-term impacts from climate change. The report, which was released in August 2019, stated that the country and its military would experience a total collapse within the next two decades due to collapses in the country's aging power grid and food supply, as well as the increased risk of infectious disease outbreaks globally.

[Mark Milley – Wikipedia]

Next on his agenda was playing the role of socialist provocateur by lecturing a Florida Congressman on why he believes Critical Race Theory (a Communist-inspired means of creating racial discord) is critically important to the US military.

On June 23, 2021, Milley attracted notice for telling Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz that he found it "offensive" that the U.S. military was being characterized as "woke" for including "critical race theory" in its West Point curriculum; "I want to understand white rage - and I'm white. What is it that caused thousands of people to assault this building and try to overturn the Constitution of the United States of America?" he added.[68][69][70][71]

[Mark Milley – Wikipedia]

Milley has been heavily criticized by many in the media and by both parties in Congress for his role in planning the haphazard and irresponsible withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. 

Afghanistan Crisis: Milley and Austin Should Resign | National Review

Of note is Milley was the architect of President Trumps talks with the Taliban and announcing a proposed withdrawal in May, only months later suggesting to President Biden that it would be a mistake to leave Afghanistan.  He was later criticized for making contradictory recommendations to two successive administrations.

Milley was also the architect of then-President Donald Trump's future peace talks with Taliban that would be held at Camp David.[95][96] However following the new administration of President Joe Biden, Milley appeared to suggest that it would be a mistake to leave Afghanistan and that doing so could lead to Taliban take-over, casting doubt on how the Taliban and the Afghan government under President Ashraf Ghani could unite.[96][92] An opinion article on The New York Post criticized Milley for making a contrary decision during two different administrations, supporting peace talks with the Taliban during one administration and later opposing them in another.[92][96]

[Mark Milley – Wikipedia]

During our Afghanistan withdrawal, Milley failed to provide accurate information to the National Security Council that resulted in the suicide bombing killing 19 US servicemen and women.

Milley was blamed for being incompetent and failed to provide accurate advise and information to the National Security Council regarding the current situation in Afghanistan that resulted to the bombing incident at Kabul International Airport.[98][101][100][105] Some even compared the incident with the 1993 incident at Mogadishu, Somalia which resulted in the death of 19 United States service members.[105][100][98]

[Mark Milley – Wikipedia]

The capstone of Milley’s nomination for Poster Child is his treasonous and seditious back-stabbing of President Trump telling military officials not to take orders from the President after the Capitol riot.  He further played “Secretary of State” by using back channels to discuss national affairs with China during that period.

Joint Chiefs Chairman Army Gen. Mark Milley single-handedly took top-secret action to preempt then-President Donald Trump from ordering a military strike or launching nuclear weapons, according to a new book.

Milley was worried that after the January 6 Capitol breach, Trump could “go rogue” and called a secret meeting on January 8 with senior military leaders.

During that meeting, Milley instructed senior military officials in charge of the National Military Command Center to not take orders from anyone unless he was involved, according to a write-up of the book by CNN.

[Report: Milley Told Military Officials Not to Take Orders After Capitol Riot (]

Is this the definition of treason? Milley to his counterpart in China: 

“General Li [a Chinese General], you and I have known each other for now five years. If we’re going to attack, I’m going to call you ahead of time. It’s not going to be a surprise.”

Quote of book “Peril” by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa via MSN

Did he say the same to the Taliban leaders in the months leading to our withdrawal?

I had a difficult time whether the word “Treason” superimposed on Milley’s image at the top of this blog should end with “???” or “!!!”. Woodward and Costa confirm Milley’s actions; Pentagon officials deny them. Which do you believe?

Is there any wonder why the US has not won a war in 76 years with military “leaders” like Milley at the top of the ranks?


Bonus content:  How personal names mimic behavior.

It’s fascinating how names reflect a person’s predisposition, career choice, and behaviors.  Here are several examples:

  • Lorena and John Bobbitt.  Yes, you remember.
  • Former US Treasury Secretary, Kash Karry
  • Now we have Millie, which trips along the tongue with Willey Nilley which means 'in an unplanned, haphazard fashion'.

Thus we have Willy Nillie Millie.

The saying 'Willy-nilly' - meaning and origin. (

Willy-nilly' - meaning and origin. What's the meaning of the phrase 'Willy-nilly'? This term has two, slightly differing, but related meanings: 'whether it is with or against your will' and 'in an unplanned, haphazard fashion'. We tend to use the latter of these meanings today; the former was the accepted meaning when the term was first coined.

My wife says this is a stretch.  But obviously it is close enough for government work.

Friday, September 10, 2021

Saul Alinsky’s piling on of squirrels…

The news cycle reminds me of my dog when she sees a squirrel…

She’s out to do her business, but when a squirrel catches her eye, she forgets all about it.  Squirrel!!!!  Dash, yank.  She gets whiplash from her  latest distraction.

The same thing happens to those who observe the media – whiplash from the news cycle’s “squirrel syndrome.”  Every 24 hours we’re subject to a new squirrel.See the source image

A few days ago the Biden Afghanistan withdrawal fiasco was the headline.  Some even reported that our ill-conceived pullout was more treason than incompetence. That perception is definitely worth a follow-up. Was it treason?  Quite likely because how can so many top advisors all be so incompetent at the same time?

But before we have time to grasp and understand – never mind addressing that fiasco - we have a new squirrel. 

This time its the Biden COVID jab mandate.  The employees of companies with one hundred or more workers must either take the jab or be tested for COVID weekly – or else.  The “or else” is a $14,000 fine per individual enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). While this requirement is as likely to be  as unconstitutional as the Biden Afghan pullout was treasonous, many companies will abide because they believe they must.  And in a day or two this, too, will be forgotten and will be replaced by another distracting Biden squirrel.

These squirrels are a version of Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals.” The Biden handlers are following those rules to a “T”. 

Here are several of the “Rules” that the Biden administration especially applied to the two most recent events, the Afghanistan pullout and the COVID jab requirements.  The “enemy” referred to are US citizens who are law-abiding patriots wanting to do the right thing.

Rule 1:  “Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have.”  Many among us believe we must follow illegal or unconstitutional rules because we believe the government has the power when oftentimes they don’t.  Example:  The illegally mandated COVID jab.  Or they may have the “power” but their use of that power many be foolish and unwise. Example: Botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Rule 3: “Whenever possible, go outside the expertise of the enemy.” Most among us follow the “rules” because we don’t have the expertise (or the resources) to  believe or do otherwise.

Rule 4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”  Most of us have self-imposed rules that tell us to obey government no matter what. Our ill-conceived ‘rules of engagement’ in Afghanistan is an example that handcuffed our troops and resulted in our nation’s failure there.  Applied at home, our own personal rules for behavior handcuff our actions and put us at a disadvantage when confronting our federal government. Biden’s and the left’s not so secret motto:  “Rules are for other people.”

Rule 8: “Keep the pressure on. Never let up.” Keep the distracting squirrels coming.  Another one every news cycle. That is exactly what Joe is doing.

Rule 9: “The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.” Regarding Afghanistan, remaining in Afghanistan was portrayed as being more ‘terrifying’ than the catastrophic, ill-planned pullout – in spite of the destructive consequences of our withdrawal.  Regarding the vaccine mandate, not having the jab is portrayed as more terrifying than our loss of freedoms.

In reality, all twelve of Alinsky’s rules are practiced by the communist-inspired Biden administration.   And they will keep their “squirrels” coming.

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Monday, September 06, 2021

US Achilles heels: A description of the many…

“An Achilles' heel[1][2] is a weakness in spite of overall strength, which can lead to downfall.”                                                                                                                           Wikipedia

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The United States is unique among nations for a number of reasons:

  • Our open borders
  • Our tolerance (and ignorance) of ideologies that promote our nation’s transformation and demise, notably Communism and Islam
  • Our advanced and widespread dependency on electronics-dependent defenses, communications, commerce and trade
  • Our vulnerable nationwide electric grid

Each of the above points represent severe US vulnerabilities. They are “severe” because they, for the most part, are not being addressed.

We don’t vet the great majority of illegal immigrants crossing our southern border. Sure, there is likely some number of  “innocents” from Central and South America that the bleeding heart national media and churches use to justify open borders. But we don’t know how many among the 200,000 illegals per month are cartel and violent gang members, drug mules, human trafficker's, or Islamic jihadis.

Our Federal government employs Muslims and Communists of unknown allegiance at all levels.  We stripped training in Islamic doctrine from our military and intelligence agencies.  We shrink at the thought of “see something – say something” when a Muslim engages in questionable activity for fear of being called an Islamophobe. We have learned little from 9-11.

There is a growing “Red-Green Alliance” between political Islam and the radical left (including Communists, Antifa, BLM) in the US.  This partnership is recognized by numerous non-governmental groups studying terrorism, one such group being “Start – National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism.”

And now Afghanistan is a more potent Islamist jihadi terror-spreading hotbed than it was twenty years ago, thanks to the billions worth of armaments we left to our new favorite protector of US interests:  The Taliban.  Biden and his corrupted advisors relied on the Taliban for airport security and to clear a path for US citizens and supporters to enter the airport.

The memo our government has not received:  The Taliban has the same west-hating ideology as ISIS and al Qaeda.  All three groups and their countless “affiliates” practice the doctrines of pure Islam.

The Taliban is now holding US citizens, Afghan allies, and their six chartered aircraft hostage in hopes of major US concessions.

No.  There is no “moderate Taliban.”  There is no “moderate Islam”.  There is no “radical Islam.”  Islam is Islam.  Islam preaches hate of the infidel, the West, and especially US culture and Israeli existence.  Islam’s avowed purpose is to dominate all other groups and make them subservient to Islam.

The majority of the 3.5 million known Muslims in the US are likely to join other groups (BLM, Communists, Antifa) in spreading mayhem at the least provocation (e.g. police shooting) or sign of US weakness. Former Muslim president Obama demonstrated this likelihood with his own words:  “I will stand with  ‘them’  should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.” Here he referred to Pakistani’s and Arab-Americans.  And which ideology occupies 95% of Pakistan and the Arab nations?  Islam.  The majority of Muslims will do the same as that which Obama said he would do.

Oh, and we’re immigrating 10’s of thousand of unvetted Afghani (and possibly Pakistani and Iranian) Muslims into cities and towns across our nation.

If I believed in conspiracy theories, I’d believe the current administration is attempting to destroy our nation.

Now add the vulnerabilities of our open borders, our failure to vet immigrants, our failure to acknowledge the pure Islamic faith widely practiced by the great majority of Muslims, and their alliance with the radical left to our next Achilles heel:  Our nation’s total reliance on electronics for defense, communications, commerce and trade and our unprotected and vulnerable electric grid.

The US is extremely vulnerable to asymmetric warfare. Our tepid, self-imposed “rules of engagement” and abysmal performance in Afghanistan prove this point.

Peter Vincent Pry has written extensively on the the topic of the potential for attacks on our electric grid and electronics infrastructure.  His latest  book, published in 2021 is “Blackout Warfare”. Highly recommended reading.

In it he describes the vulnerability of our nation’s heavy reliance on high tech and electronics to attack from a variety of electromagnetic pulse and nuclear weapons.  Most such weapons are within the capability of not only Russia and China, but Iran, North Korea and Islamic terror groups such as al Qaeda, ISIS, and the Taliban.

Here are several of the “benefits” of an electromagnetic pulse attacks on a nation:

  • It is asymmetric.  It can cause thousands of times more damage than the cost of the weapon and means of delivery.
  • It is stealthy in its delivery.  We would not see it coming.
  • It is stealthy in the mark it leaves.  It doesn’t leave fingerprints like a conventional or nuke attack would so the perpetrator can remain anonymous.
  • It destroys power, communications, and any banking, trade or commerce conducted online.
  • It is within the capability of second world nations and rogue groups.
  • It is not considered an “act of war” if minor in nature by the international community. The definition of ‘minor’ is debatable.
  • It does not directly kill people. It kills infrastructure.  Mass casualties may occur weeks or months later as a result of lack of infrastructure.
  • The highest tech nation, the US, is not prepared for it.

Release of an atomic device 30 to 200 miles above the US will destroy our grid and fry electronic components.  Great accuracy of the missile delivery system is not required.  Such attack will create civil mayhem, neuter our military response, and is expected to result in the death of 90% of our population with a year of such attack.  The source may never be known for certain, even if we were capable of a counter-strike.

Try Googling the words “electromagnetic pulse” or “EMP weapons" for a few eye-openers.

Even attacks against just nine key major transformer substations by embedded terror cells using readily available non-nuclear electromagnetic pulse weapons could do similar damage.

Such attacks, whether regional or nationwide have the ability to cripple the US for months or years and at the very least drain our economy of trillions of dollars in lost productivity and recovery.

Do you find these vulnerabilities hard to believe?  Think again.

Saturday, September 04, 2021

The Generals Lied to us for 20 + years…

Events in Afghanistan over the past several weeks have confirmed this fact:

The Generals Lied to us for 20 + years!

This fact cannot be denied. The results in Afghanistan should confirm this fact in the heart and mind of every American.  But the generals did not want to hear it.  Nope. Especially when President Trump made a ham-handed attempt of reminding them of  the fact that our military hadn’t won any war in 75 years when he spoke to the Joint Chiefs of Staff.  But instead, the spoiled rotten “children” of the Pentagon turned on him. 

But here is the question: 

Thursday, September 02, 2021

Turning points…

The “Threat Journal” website posed a “turning point” that led to the failure of Afghan forces against the Taliban.

Here is their article, below, with the REAL turning points below that:

Departure of Private Contractors Was a Turning Point in Afghan Military’s Collapse ~ Threat Journal

AUGUST 18, 2021

Military analysts trying to understand the stunning collapse of the Afghan military are increasingly pointing to the departure of U.S. government contractors starting a month ago as one of the key turning points.

The Afghans had relied on contractors for everything from training and gear maintenance to preparing them for intelligence gathering and close air support in their battles against Taliban fighters.

Thousands of those contractors—often military veterans who work for private security firms—left Afghanistan weeks ago and deployed elsewhere in the region or in the Persian Gulf.

Continue Reading Article ( Foreign Policy ) …

Now for the REAL turning points:

Wednesday, September 01, 2021

Biden and military lies and deception are legion

Joe "Hide'n" Biden practices the Islamic doctrine of taqiyya (purposeful deception to further an objective) in spite of his alleged Catholic religion.

Unfortunately, the Islamic purpose of their deception is more "noble" than Biden's.  Theirs is to further their own "religion" (which is primarily a militant political ideology.)  Biden's purpose is to further the conversion of our constitutional republic into a communist system while enriching his corrupt family. Muslims use their deception against their enemies.  Biden, (and many among our military flag officers - and the deep state generally) use their deception against the American people and to assist our sworn enemies.

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To bolster this point, here is a partial list of the many Biden lies related to his Afghanistan withdrawal fiasco:

Saturday, August 28, 2021

Homo Islamicus versus Homo Ignoramus

Aside from inept Joe Biden and his woke generals who are all overdue for retirement, incarceration or better, what is the base reason for our Afghanistan failures over the past 20-years  - and especially for our inept withdrawal?

Sure, we can cite a number of things:

  • We can cite our overly polite rules of engagement with roots in Korea and Vietnam (remember My Lai). We were up against asymmetrical rules of engagement in BOTH places.
  • We can cite our deluded mission to “nation build” –to transform a 2,000+ year old tribal culture into a “democracy.”
  • We can cite out of touch generals and colonels and Pentagon suits.
  • We can cite the greed of the military/industrial complex that profited greatly by perpetuating the conflict.

This could be a really really long list. But what is the overarching reason for our failure?

Here it is:  Our failure to understand “Homo Islamicus.”

“Homo” is “man” as in “mankind” or “human”.  “Islamicus” is the Muslim ideology and culture, including the Islamic economic system.

Together, the words, as described from one source, are…

“The metaphor that explains that Muslims are a specific species or race, with no links to the rest of human beings.”

Source: New Portrayals of the Arab World in TV Series

Some will deem this definition to be excessively harsh or “Islamophobic.” But in the midst of battle it rings true.

The more politically correct definition derives from Islamic economics as distinguished from “homo economicus” or “the economic man.”

Homo economicus is "the human species in its capability to rationally decide, that is, essentially that people [individuals] will act in their own best interest when making decisions."

That represents the Western, non-Islamic mindset.

In contrast, the most important difference between Homo islamicus and Homo economicus is the assumption of altruism. As with other pre-capitalist systems, Islam is preoccupied with the welfare of a community [emphasis added] where every individual behaves altruistically and according to religious norms.

in Islamic Economics and Finance (

The Islamic culture operates more like a colony of ants:  collectively, communally, communistically. Western culture  operates more individually, with individual liberties – an emphasis on self-interest versus group interest.

This helps explain why there appears to be a natural alliance between Muslims and Communists/leftists in the United States:  Their common bond of “collectivism.”

It also explains our lack of unity and divergent interests in our engagement in Afghanistan. In essence, we had an “every level of command for itself” mindset.  The suits versus the flag officers, versus the middle ranks, versus the grunts. They each had their own agenda.  The top end to preserve careers and retirement; the bottom end to survive another hard day.

While “ignarus hominum” is the more correct Latin translation of “ignorant human”, I prefer the phrase “homo ignoramus” to contrast with the reason for our many Afghanistan failures:  Our failure to understand and adapt to “homo Islamicus.”

Lesson learned?  We need to have a much better, existential threat-type reason to engage in future foreign wars:  One that unites us – creates natural '”altruism” – to a greater degree than that possessed by the enemy we engage.

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Carnage in Kabul–thank you Joe!

Mayhem and carnage at the Kabul airport and vicinity. Many US servicemen killed by Islamic faithful.

There are multiple reasons for our nation’s gross failure in Afghanistan:

  • First, we can  thank our White House resident for the thoughtless, ill-conceived manner of our final pullout and denying that he was warned about rapid Taliban advances.  But who knows the truth about whether he was really warned or not? Was this method of withdrawal purposeful or just ineptness?
  • Next, our complicit and deeply compromised State Department has been dominated by a combination of Communist and Islamic interests. They see an opportunity for “nation building” behind every Islamic terror group.
  • Our intelligence services were gutted under Obama, filled with Islamic sympathizers who fail to distinguish the difference between a Taliban/ISIS jihadi and a Boy Scout.
  • Our “rules of engagement” were formed by the media’s reaction to the My Lai “massacre” when Lt. Calley eliminated known Viet Cong in a village.  He was the poster boy for non-engagement with the enemy for the next six decades – up to and including our brutal loss in Afghanistan.

Russia and the Taliban allegedly warned us about these attacks.  Why are foreign entities (including Italy, Russia, others) better informed about pending attacks in Kabul than US intelligence services? And obviously those warnings had no effect.  Why not?

Ironically, US Military leaders in a press conference just this afternoon advised that they “use the Taliban as a tool to assist…they are useful to work with…[we have] common interests…” Really?

We just learned that US officials in Afghanistan provided lists of Americans and Afghan allies that need to get to the airport to the Taliban.  (and read HERE.)  What could possible go wrong with that?

The left in the US is all a-twitter that the Taliban told everyone they are behind the fight against “global warming.” Yes, a dark ages, barbaric culture emits fewer greenhouse gases. The Biden administration has recently praised the Taliban for their interest in curbing “global warming.”  We cant’ make this stuff up.

Along with believing that the Taliban is now our ally, we are told that ISIS-K is the actual bombing perpetrator and the Taliban warned us of the pending attack.  Wonderful. A clever ploy. But we fail to acknowledge the fact that the Taliban and  ISIS play off each other  as good cop/bad cop.  They are both on the same page in promoting “pure Islam.”  The US falls for and falsely promotes the idea that the Taliban has become “moderate.” And our gullible, compromised intelligence services and State Department actually believe this.

At today’s first press conference, by our military, our generals spent 10 minutes describing the high tech equipment they are using at the Kabul airport to keep everyone safe – the very same equipment we relied upon to lose the war.  They are so full of bloviating bullshit.

Personally, I wouldn’t trust the US military brass as far as I could throw them – useless!

And what is the result of our vetting at the Kabul airport?

“The Hungarian Defense Forces’ Top General said in an interview that during and on one of the NATO evacuation flights an afghan evacuee was caught assembling an explosive device.

“Why are we bringing these genocidal savages here and leaving our people behind? We are under siege by the Democrat criminal party.”

The Biden/Harris/Pelosi infiltrators need to be removed from power.  How?  And who can replace them? We have no idea.  They are entrenched via sketchy voting systems.

Several religious denominations are convinced that our nation finds itself in rapid decline due to our unfaithfulness and apostacy.

Whatever the reason, praying for our troops, our nation, and one another is a good first step for those of us who still trust God.

Tuesday, August 24, 2021

A fool and his nation are soon parted…

Some US churches understand the threat of importing more Muslims to the US, especially from nations with known hoards of Islamic terrorists practicing the purest version of Islam. Sadly, most, like the Catholic church and the many liberal protestant denominations actually act as an agent of our socialist government by accepting taxpayer paid grants to relocate hundreds of thousands of unvetted immigrants in towns across the nation.

The Continuing Church of God devotes a lot of bandwidth to this problem.  Here is a summary of their quote expressing Russian President Putin’s concerns:

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday offered his detailed and blunt perspective on what he sees as the lasting negative security fallout to Russia and the region from the rapid collapse of the Afghan national government and ongoing crisis.

“Our Western partners are persistently raising the question of placing refugees in Central Asian countries before obtaining visas to the United States or other countries,” he said before a meeting of officials of the ruling United Russia party. He explained this presents the potential for the spread of terrorism, given anyone can now flow out of the war-torn country “disguised as refugees”.  …

“Who are these refugees? How can we tell? There may be thousands, or even millions,” Putin posed. “The border is a thousand kilometers – they will get on everything, a car, even a donkey, and flee across the steppe.”

No donkeys are needed to bring them to the US.  We will pay to fly them all in.

This raises a serious question about national leadership:  Who is the wiser President?  Biden who [falsely] claims that Afghan refugees will be “thoroughly vetted” or Putin who [correctly] claims that it is not possible to vet refugees from Islamic war zones [even if they possessed ID, which most do not.]

To alter a paraphrase from Michelle Obama:  For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am more ashamed of our country’s fraudulent, alleged president today than I have ever been of any other.

And this doesn't even begin to touch on Biden's atrocity of leaving thousands of Americans behind and billions worth of equipment, and his knee jerk, ill-conceived, thoughtless withdrawal.

Read more of the COG reporting on this issue HERE.