America’s Failing Military Wants a Civil War

The United States military can not, in its current condition, defeat any major military power overseas.

This is not random conjecture, it is fact and in the days ahead, I shall support Jesse Kelly’s and others opinion which is factually based on this outcome.

There was a little noticed editorial published yesterday in the Washington Post indicating that the theory I am postulating is not fiction but indeed, fact:

From the article above:

As we approach the first anniversary of the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, we — all of us former senior military officials — are increasingly concerned about the aftermath of the 2024 presidential election and the potential for lethal chaos inside our military, which would put all Americans at severe risk.

In short: We are chilled to our bones at the thought of a coup succeeding next time.

One of our military’s strengths is that it draws from our diverse population. It is a collection of individuals, all with different beliefs and backgrounds. But without constant maintenance, the potential for a military breakdown mirroring societal or political breakdown is very real.

The signs of potential turmoil in our armed forces are there. On Jan. 6, a disturbing number of veterans and active-duty members of the military took part in the attack on the Capitol. More than 1 in 10 of those charged in the attacks had a service record. A group of 124 retired military officials, under the name “Flag Officers 4 America,” released a letter echoing Donald Trump’s false attacks on the legitimacy of our elections.

Recently, and perhaps more worrying, Brig. Gen. Thomas Mancino, the commanding general of the Oklahoma National Guard, refused an order from President Biden mandating that all National Guard members be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Mancino claimed that while the Oklahoma Guard is not federally mobilized, his commander in chief is the Republican governor of the state, not the president.

The potential for a total breakdown of the chain of command along partisan lines — from the top of the chain to squad level — is significant should another insurrection occur. The idea of rogue units organizing among themselves to support the “rightful” commander in chief cannot be dismissed.

This is the most outrageous supposition I have seen in my lifetime.

First and foremost, the National Guard report to the Governor of each state unless nationalized for active duty by the Commander in Chief, aka, the President. No such order has been issued, hence this it 100% false.

Secondly, unless said order is issued, the governors, not the President of the United States are the supreme commanders of those state units. The “General” writing this article is distorting reality to make a political, not realistic point.

Sadly, there is a large portion of our military that is advocating a destruction of the Bill of Rights for the “national good” by removing the ability of civilians to maintain independence. This illustrates that they want a Civil War, not a political conflict. These animals wish to initiate a massive globalist revision of our Constitution to eradicate individual freedoms and the true new world order. To those that think I am insane, watch what happens in the European Union over the next six months as it collapses under an energy shortage and hyperinflationary supply implosion.

This is a result of the United States government recruiting people to enforce individual edicts, not the Bill of Rights under the Constitution; it will not end well.

A time for choosing is rapidly approaching.

Choose now, choose wisely.

Or live on your knees.

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