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Et tu, Milley?

by | Sep 15, 2021 | Politics | 4 comments

Back in January of this year, many of us who supported His Most Illustrious, Noble, August, Benevolent, and Legendary Celestial Majesty, the God-Emperor of Mankind, Donaldus Triumphus Magnus Astra, the First of His Name, the Lion of Midnight, may the Lord bless him and preserve him, in his quest to retake the Cherry Blossom Throne, were shocked and perplexed when he did not simply declare martial law for 6 months and use the US military to hang the Deep State swamp-creatures from the bridges over the Potomac. We couldn’t understand his failure to act.

Some of you commented upon this on my posts concerning this subject back then. At least one of you – Pat Himself – asked quite pointedly, “what, exactly, is he going to use to cross the Potomac?”. And that was a fair question. We knew at the time that every level of government had failed the God-Emperor, and that his supporters were simply not going to mount an armed insurrection to attempt to overthrow the government.

(The attempts by the never-to-be-sufficiently-cursed whorenalists and presstitutes to depict them as such notwithstanding, the Jan 6th “riots” and “rebellions” were absolutely nothing of the sort. At no point was the stability or continuity of the US government threatened in any way. The violence came almost entirely from the Capitol police, one of whom got away with blatant murder of an unarmed Trump supporter.)

But most of us maintained at least some degree of faith in the US military, right up until the moment that the Fake President was falsely inaugurated. We thought that the leadership of the US Armed Forces would hold true to their oaths to the country and act as necessary.

Today, we now know why they did not – because, if the latest reports from Bob Woodward and Robert Costa are to be believed, CJCS Gen. Mark Milley essentially usurped the lawful authority of his boss, THE PRESIDENT, and committed possibly treasonous acts against his own country:

According to Peril by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, 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.

“No matter what you are told, you do the procedure. You do the process. And I’m part of that procedure,” Milley told them.

“Milley considered it an oath,” Woodward and Costa wrote.

The book also revealed that Milley had two back-channel phone calls with China’s top general to reassure him that the U.S. would not attack, even promising to give him a heads up if it did.

According to a write-up by the Washington Post, Milley — four days before the 2020 presidential election — assured his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Li Zuocheng of the People’s Liberation Army, that the U.S. would not strike.

The book said Milley’s first call was prompted by intelligence that suggested the Chinese believed the U.S. was preparing to attack.

“General Li, I want to assure you that the American government is stable and everything is going to be okay,” Milley allegedly said. “We are not going to attack or conduct any kinetic operations against you.”

Milley even pledged to alert Li in the event of a U.S. attack.

“General Li, 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,” he said, according to the book.

In his second call on January 8, 2021, Milley promised Li, “We are 100 percent steady. Everything’s fine. But democracy can be sloppy sometimes.” Milley did not tell Trump about the call, according to the book.

Also according to the book, Milley told House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “I agree with you on everything,” after the speaker called him and pressed him to secure the country’s nuclear weapons and called Trump “crazy.”

Read carefully over the bits that I’ve highlighted up there. We do not know if this is entirely accurate yet. Bob Woodward is known for taking… shall we say, liberties with his source material when writing, and his lionisation as one of the greatest investigative reporters of is or any other generation is almost surely undeserved.

IF what Messrs. Woodward and Costa have reported is even remotely true, then Gen. Mark Milley likely committed the most serious crimes possible for a member of the US Armed Forces.

First, he bucked the chain of command. And chain of command, as I have pointed out before, is holy writ in the Armed Forces. You DO NOT break the chain of command, especially given that the entire moral validity of the US military rests on civilian control of the military apparatus.

The US military is supposed to exist to protect the interests of the American Republic, and therefore the American people. That is why the Commander-in-Chief of the military, the ultimate authority on who bombs what and why, is elected. He is not a King, and he is not a general. He is supposed to be a man whom the people chose, because he balanced out the various competing factions within the Republic and provided the best overall choice for leader of the country.

(Yes, I know, that caricature sounds LAUGHABLY stupid in the current context. I’m well aware of that. This is how the system is supposed to work – and it stopped working like that, oh, about 10 years before the War Between the States. It is just an illustrative example.)

Most importantly, the CiC is supposed to be accountable to a lot of different people. He cannot be a lifetime military man because the Founders understood full well just how dangerous a military dictatorship can be. Many of the Founders were avid students of history and were well aware of what happened when a Sulla or a Caesar took power.

Gen. Milley effectively broke that chain and arrogated to himself powers that he was never supposed to have – again, IF what Mr. Woodward wrote is true, which we do not yet know.

Worse, he essentially stabbed his own boss in the back, HARD. Remember what I said about Caesar above? We might as well start calling Milley “Brutus” at this point:

The Death of Julius Caesar - altARP

We now know the reason why the God-Emperor could not declare martial law – because he had lost support of the US military leadership, if not the rank-and-file. And that is because the top military leaders were virtually all, TO A MAN, political generals and admirals who got there during the dark days of the Obama Maladministration, when political skill was rewarded over actual competence.

This is why the God-Emperor’s attempts to find the truth about the Fake Election failed. When he lost the military, he lost all ability to hold on to power and hold the Deep State accountable. Without a military capable and willing to follow his orders, he was DONE.

That is but the first of General Milley’s offences – and, yet again, I caveat this by pointing out that we do not yet know for sure whether the story is true. Breaking the chain of command is bad enough, because it means that the US military is now openly a tool of the Deep State and the Pharisatanical globohomo suicide cult that is bent upon destroying Western civilisation.

The second offence, if the news is true, is far worse.

If General Milley did, in fact, call up his Chinese counterpart to assure him that there would be no attacks in the future, and that he would personally warn his opposite number in the event that one occurred, that is treason.

Last time I checked, treason at the officer level is a capital crime in most civilised countries – which evidently does not apply to the USA and much of the West anymore. That is outright aid and comfort to what is, at minimum, a strategic rival, and in reality an actual enemy.

So, what comes next?

Well, at this point it is clear that the USA is beyond saving, and this is no longer open to question or doubt. The military was the last trusted institution within the apparatus of the government. People still view the military favourably and hold it in very high esteem – as they should. But the leadership of that military has made very clear that it values politics and advancement over fidelity to nation and people.

When that happens, and you have a military leadership that acts directly against the interests of the people who supply its ranks and provide it with its moral imperatives for fighting… then you no longer have a military. You have a junta that maintains the power of the ruling class through force and fear.

This does not end well. It never has. Essentially, the USA is well on course now to becoming a failed, one-party state.

We know that voting doesn’t matter and won’t make the slightest bit of difference – the Daemoncrats know how to cheat the system, they did it in 2020 and will attempt it again in 2022 and 2024.

We know that Congress, the Supreme Court, the (((media)))))))), and every part of the US government at the Federal level, holds the advancement and enrichment of its own people over and above the interests of the American people.

And we now know that the one branch of the government that is supposed to act as the last defence of the people’s freedoms – the US military – has been co-opted, corrupted, and subordinated to the interests of the ruling class.

We’ve seen how this story ends – very horribly, in steel, fire, and blood.

To which I say: bring it on. It’s about time that America had a proper revolution. But let’s be honest about one thing: America, as an idea, is dead, and the American nation must find a way to reassert itself out of the smoking, broken remains of the American empire.

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4 Comments

  1. Himself

    Back in 2012, when Obama was re-elected, I nearly vomited. It was from the realization that we, as a country, were too stupid to survive.

    They monkeyed all the numbers. Unemployment was reported at 5%, but was 9-10, 20% for black males 18-50. Gas was $3-4. They claimed inflation was at 2%, but didn’t count food or fuel.

    Everyone knew things were bad. Hell, in 2000, with an actual 4% unemployment, if you were breathing you got a good job. 2012, I knew people out of work for months, even years.

    I knew then all was bullshit and social security would be zip for me. Fortunately, I’d planned for this. We’ll see what happens when I punch my ticket.

    That said, there are very strong, deep red states. I expect where I live, in Texas, to ignore the feds, or put a thumb in their eye. It’ll go on for a few years, then the feds will do something really stupid and things will go kinetic.

    Piggott has kind of a blackpill post just now. But I can tell you, there’s a lot of people in my town that are the same way. Mostly everyone ignores the bullshit mandates and lives their lives. We’ve been doing so since March 2020. There are still nincompoops that mask and glove up, but Bless their Hearts, people see them as an oddity and leave them be.

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    • Didact

      Back in 2012, when Obama was re-elected, I nearly vomited. It was from the realization that we, as a country, were too stupid to survive.

      It’s certainly looking that way right now. Americans, and Westerners in general, keep bitching and moaning about how awful the political class is, and how they all think the same way and do the same thing, and there is no difference between any of the political parties. But then, they keep electing the same warmongering bloodthirsty power-crazed lunatics back into office.

      That is a particularly idiotic form of stupidity, to be sure.

      That said, there are very strong, deep red states. I expect where I live, in Texas, to ignore the feds, or put a thumb in their eye. It’ll go on for a few years, then the feds will do something really stupid and things will go kinetic.

      Yes. Sooner or later, Civil War 2.0 will erupt. And a good many Southerners don’t believe that the South ever actually lost the first war, either – the philosophy down there is more like, “Half-time, 0-1, lots to play for yet”.

      Piggott has kind of a blackpill post just now. But I can tell you, there’s a lot of people in my town that are the same way. Mostly everyone ignores the bullshit mandates and lives their lives. We’ve been doing so since March 2020. There are still nincompoops that mask and glove up, but Bless their Hearts, people see them as an oddity and leave them be.

      Yeah I read that one, and I could see that, while he’s sort of black-pilled, he’s basically saying, “ignore the noise and get on with life”. And he’s right. The first step to fighting back involves passive resistance – and the second involves active resistance, graduating on to outright and open disobedience. We’re already at the second stage and will soon be moving on to the third, of violent revolution.

      It will be very interesting to see exactly what will spark off that revolution, in a morbid sort of way.

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    • Didact

      Yep. Good podcast, too. Ilana Mercer may be a (paleo)libertarian, but she has a very sensible head for politics and she is absolutely right about how bad both Bush and Milley are.

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