This article in no way disrespects the millions of patriotic Americans serving or having served in our military, this article targets the general staff and this idiotic idea that there is some secret plan by a handful of high ranking military officers planning to restore integrity to our political system.
Rumors abound about how the military “Has Donald Trump’s back”’ In the mist of this communist takeover we are witnessing. Everything from electron fraud, a four year coup to oust a setting president, two phony impeachment trials, the Chinese Communist Party pulling enough strings on their little puppet, Biden, to make an Epileptic Octopus dance, to Big Tech’s roll in voter manipulation not to mention just about every politician in office on the payroll of some left wing billionaire from George Soros to Bill Gates or being vested in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in one form or another.
It’s a fact that the military has no roll to play in these issues, it’s not their job, in fact they are prohibited form taking any kind of action in these issues (The Posse Comitatus Act is a United States federal law (18 U.S.C. § 1385, original at 20 Stat. 152) signed on June 18, 1878, by President Rutherford B. Hayes which limits the powers of the federal government in the use of federal military personnel to enforce domestic policies within the United State
These theories floating around about how the military is in the middle of some secret operation that’s going to back our president, our actually elected president, not the propped up puppet the media projects, and aid in Trump’s fight against these enemies of state that stole an election in there quest to overturn the constitution and Bill of rights is ludicrous. It’s not going to happen, there is no plan, never was and never will be. Prove me wrong….good luck with that.
Do these links below indicate a military that is willing to support a president illegally pushed from power? Do they leave anyone with the impression of patriots or the image of Globalists that know which side of their bread is buttered. Even if they had the authority to intervene, it’s hard to imagine these ticket punching globalists in the roll of ‘Having Trump’s back”.
Joint chief of staff, General Mark Milley, is telling trump that the military has no place in running the country and then General Kelly and General Mattis leveling accusations towards President Trump “ likened his actions to the rhetoric of Nazis to 'divide and conquer.” Because they don’t believe Trump is handling the riots correctly? Thought they weren’t in a position to influence civil policy?
General Milly’s statement sums up the attitude of our military leadership
''We have a bully in the White House, and a bully needs a bully.”
This is the self-appointed Military spokesperson telling us our president is a bully and it’s his job to ‘set him straight’?
We are to believe these globalist Generals will actually back Trump now? After he is out of office? These ticket punchers wouldn’t support him when he was fighting the CCP, socialist, communist and a Marxist take over, who in their right mind thinks they would now? Trump was getting us out of these Ever-Green wars, Generals don’t want out, Generals want high paying jobs as lobbyist after they retire. The last general we had that actually fought a war was General SwartzKopf. Norman Schwarzkopf fought to win wars, see any victory laps by these ticket punchers?
Mark Milley: Top US general tells Congress the military won't play a role in the 2020 election. America's most senior general, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, told members of Congress that the military will not play a role in November's election and won't help settle any disputes if the results are contested.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Mark Milley had 'shouting match with Donald Trump to force him to back down over sending in troops to clear protesters from America's cities
''We have a bully in the White House, and a bully needs a bully.”
I wonder if this ‘highly respected’ general noticed the terrorists burning down our cities.
Earlier this year, General Kelly said that he agreed with former Defense Secretary James Mattis’s criticism of the president’s handling of protests following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Didn’t they just say the military doesn’t have any say in ‘Civil Matters”?
Is John Kelly joining the generals' mutiny? Former chief of staff calls Donald Trump 'nasty' and 'confused' over attack on Jim Mattis - and lines-up interview with Trump-hating Mooch.
Mattis accused Trump of “deliberately trying to divide Americans and likened his actions to the rhetoric of Nazis to 'divide and conquer.” Now we have a retired general accusing a standing president of being a Nazi? Why would that be? Fighting for the American People and this country, that’s what a NAZI does? No way the honorable General ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis would back a….NAZI.
Does this look like a military that is going to have Donald Trump’s back in his fight against the Swamp? Enough of the rumors, time to face reality as unpleasant as it may be. Enough of this military backed hoax, it’s an illusion. Now, either wake up or go back to sleep, reality can be a real bitch, it’s not for everyone.
It’s time to quit pretending, the military isn’t going step in and take control,
wake up America, that’s not how it works.
The military didn’t put us here, we did.
The constitution is a cage, a cage to contain our government,
“WE THE PEOPLE LEFT THE DOOR OPEN”
It’s not the military’s job to put our government back in its cage,
much less protect the nation from the swamp.
THEY ARE THE SWAMP.
Meet Machinist’s Mate 3rd Class Trevor Kopp and his 154 brothers.
Kopp and his family live in King’s Bay, Ga. , a fitting place to raise a family of 155 men with its low cost of living and traditional southern hospitality.
But, unlike most families, what binds these men together isn’t their last name. After all, each one of Kopp’s brothers comes from a different set of parents. No, what makes these men brothers is what they call home – a 560 foot-long steel boat with no windows, no fantail, and in the event of a casualty – no easy escape. These brothers are submariners.
“The difference in damage control philosophies between us and a surface ship is that if we start sinking because of a casualty, there’s nowhere to escape,” said Chief Electronics Technician (SS) William Murtha, USS Maine’s (SSBN 741) Blue Crew 3M and drill simulator coordinator. “We can’t jump on any life boats, abandon the ship or parachute out of a plane to avoid the fire, flooding or catastrophic mechanical failure.”
Every submariner is familiar with what hundreds of feet of overhead seawater can do to a submarine if it found its way into the boat. They know that a fire anywhere in the enclosed steel tube can fill the boat with smoke in about 10 minutes; or that the tubular design of a submarine, meant to aid its smooth swim through the ocean, when faced with a fire, turns the boat into a super-sized convection oven.
But they go to sea anyway, cruising below the ocean’s cloak. Most people, many Sailors included, think they’re crazy. But like any family, when nobody else understands them, they understand each other.
“To be a submariner you have to be different,” said Murtha. “It takes a unique mindset to handle being isolated from people, the sun and fresh air as long as we are. Most people just can’t handle the thought of being underwater, but submariners never really think about it. We try to tell people that being submerged at 400 feet is just like sitting on your couch in the living room, but I guess they just can’t get past having that much water above their heads.”
Murtha’s words go a long way in understanding why the submarine warfare qualification process, the one and only passage into the “Dolphin”-wearing brotherhood, has always been mandatory.
“Earning your Dolphins is what signifies to the rest of the crew that you can and will be trusted with our lives,” said Electronics Technician 2nd Class (SS) Joseph Brugeman. “I know everyone aboard personally, and that level of familiarity allows me to trust them in a casualty situation. I couldn’t imagine trusting my life and the life of the boat with anyone I didn’t know personally. If you’re on my boat and you’re wearing Dolphins, then I trust you, period. I don’t care if you’re a yeoman, cook, missile technician or mechanic – I know you’ve got my back. It doesn’t get any more intimate than that.”
When a new Sailor reports aboard any submarine and gets his boat’s submarine warfare qualification card, he’ll find blocks for pneumatics, hydraulics, sonar and even the weapons systems. What he won’t find any signatures for is the very thing that wearing Dolphins is all about – trust. But once you’re wearing them, trust is the one thing that rank and rating knowledge can’t compare to.
“Wearing Dolphins means much more than knowing how to draw all of the boat’s hydraulic, steam, electronic and air systems,” said Culinary Specialist 3rd Class (SS) Jeff Smith, the Blue Crew’s night baker. “It means more than being able to explain how a drop of seawater outside the boat makes it into your cup in the galley. No, wearing Dolphins means that the crew trusts you to know how to save the boat regardless of the casualty, and regardless of your rating or rank. Earning that trust makes you much more than a professional Sailor, it makes you a member of the submarine family.”
Having a cook comment on the aspects of damage control may not be the quote of choice on most Navy ships, but on submarines, wearing Dolphins is all that matters.
“On my boat,” said CDR Robert Palisin, Maine ’s Blue Crew commanding officer, “everyone is expected to know how to save the boat. We don’t discriminate based on what your rating or even your rank is. My cooks should and do know how to fight a fire in the engine room, just like my nuclear trained mechanics are expected to know how to isolate a power supply if smoke comes from the sonar shack. Everyone on a submarine is the damage control party – everyone.”
Palisin was careful to explain that damage control is much more than just knowing what to do if something bad happens. It’s being confident enough in your knowledge of the boat’s systems to speak up if someone else on the crew is about to make a mistake that affects ship’s safety.
“In the submarine force, we put an emphasis on being right more than what a Sailor’s rank might be, because everyone aboard a submarine is expected to be a backup to his shipmate,” said Palisin. “Even I, as the captain of this boat, would expect the most junior Sailor to jump up and down screaming his head off if I made a mistake that endangered the ship. Our lives depend on knowing that we can count on each other to watch our backs, to make sure the safety of the ship is placed well ahead of rank or rate.”
Palisin, like all boat captains, makes sure his crew knows how to fight any casualty by constantly running casualty drills throughout the boat’s deployment. After all, practice makes perfect, and when you have only yourselves to count on, being perfect is the only standard good enough to keep you alive.
“We practice responding to casualties so much that we do it instinctively,” said MM2(SS) Jim Crowson. “Our training has to be instinctive. Otherwise, we might get scared first instead of responding if the real thing ever goes down. At 400 feet, there’s no time to be scared. I’m not trying to sound macho–it’s just the reality of how to survive when all you may have are seconds before the boat sinks below crush depth.”
Despite going to sea on a boat with no windows, no fantail, no helipad or even a hatch to allow in some tension-breaking fresh salt air, submariners are still Sailors at heart. These brothers all volunteer for submarine duty, and their commitment is no different than the Sailors on aircraft carriers, cruisers or even tugboats. They just make a few extra bucks (submarine special duty pay) doing it, which comes in handy when you have 154 brothers’ birthdays to buy for.
They love their
country, uphold the Navy’s Core Values of honor, courage and commitment and
want to make it back safely from every deployment. As the silent service,
though, they’d just rather you didn’t talk about it.