Is the President one of Us or someone else?‏

General McChrystal being fired for insubordination is no shock to people in our security and military. A serious pattern, which the media is missing, has now been in process for several months. It must be pointed out that while General McChrystal’s comments were improper behavior not becoming of a commander, however being based on the General’s record why would he have dared to state the things he said to anyone let alone a left wing reporter, this is a question most of the media is not asking?

General McChrystal was highly regarded and very “serious” in his duties as described by many in the center of the political spectrum. He is also probably a moderate democrat or independent, based on the fact that he admitted voting for President Obama, but even he had great challenges in dealing with the amateur and inexperience or could it be possibly be an alternative agenda coming from this current White House administration?

While this story on its own might be construed as just some frustrations being aired and done improperly in public, we have discovered a very troubling pattern from people we have connections with in our security forces which span the FBI, CIA, NIA and the Military.

We received information a couple of weeks ago from a very reliable source in the Intelligence community, who advised us that the real reason that Dennis Blair resigned as head of the NIA last month, was not what was reported in the media but was because Admiral Blair was unable to get approval for any recommendation he had passed by the President. Our source went on to say that the President either rejects or delays all-important proposals from his key security advisors. It is interesting to see how quickly the President has acted in this particular case in firing General McChrystal, the opposite to how he acts normally.

It is no wonder why General McChrystal has spoken out in frustration especially when he once had a favorable view of the President, as it is obvious how difficult it must have been to get the proper support and decision making from his Commander in Chief. The so-called insubordination and relief of a commander in the field has only happened once in the last 50 years with General McArthur and President Truman in the Korean War. It is beyond doubt that McChrystal was extremely frustrated and it was very probable that the President knew and wanted the General removed. The Rolling Stone magazine article was possibly a deliberate effort to use as a way of getting rid of the General or at a minimum the article came at a very convenient moment.

It is also ironic that General Patreus has been appointed to head the Afghanistan campaign on the ground. This is the same General who was castigated by the hard left as “General Betrayus.” I predict that a similar fate awaits General Patreus as it did General McChrystal. General Patreus’s reputation is currently very high and if the left can squash him too, they will have the best excuse to withdraw from Afghanistan. The story will go like this: since General Patreus, our best General cannot make progress in Afghanistan then we need to withdraw. While the General is trying to do his job the administration will not give him what he needs to win and then blame him for the failure. Some may scoff at this analysis but this is exactly the type of thing that happened with Vietnam.

The defense of any nation is the foremost of obligations of its government and based on the evidence that we have shown on our website with reports from Pajamas Media and the interviews with a former analyst at the Pentagon and FBI agent, as well as the apparent rebellion that now appears within the framework of our security apparatus, it is apparent that we as a nation are at great risk from our enemies; this, on top of the serious breaches of security at our airports and military installations.

Eighteen months into this Presidency we have seen a man who speaks moderately and appeals to the ear, however the actions of the President contradict everything that he utters in his speeches and press conferences.

It also needs to be asked what this President’s real agenda is. Is it just folly of appeasement or is it that his agenda is to do our enemies bidding or is it something worse? These are unfortunate questions that should not be normally even considered about an elected President of the United States, however, the evidence of mere incompetence is already valid but I would contend based on disturbing conversations with people in the security field that we need to ask the question, is the President one of us or somebody else?


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  • Joe Roman

    No American Is Worthy of Citizenship In This Great Land Who Refuses to Take an Active Interest in These Important Matters. Also, please consider the following: Obama truly is a “SHAKEDOWN KING”. I’ll spell it out. Beforethe 1994 Republican takeover, Democrats had sixty years of virtually unbroken power in Con…gress – with substantial majorities most of the time. Can a group of smart people, studying issue after issue for years on end, with virtually unlimited resources at their command, not come
    up with a single policy that works? Why are they chronically incapable? Why? One of two things must be true. Either the Democrats are unfathomable idiots, who ignorantly pursue ever moredes tructive policies despite decades of contrary evidence, or they understand the consequences of their actions and relentlessly carry on…anyway because they somehow benefit.I submit to you they understand the consequences. For many it is simply a practical matter of eliciting votes from a targeted constituency at taxpayer expense; we lose a little, they gain a lot, and the politician keeps his job. But for others, the goal is more malevolent – the failure is deliberate. Don’t laugh. This method not only has its proponents, it has a name: the Cloward-Piven Strategy. It
    describes their agenda, tactics, and long-term strategy. The Strategy was first elucidated in the May 2, 1966 issue of The Nation magazine by a pair of radical socialist Columbia University professors, Richard Andrew Cloward and Frances Fox Piven. David Horowitz summarizes it as: The strategy of forcing political change through orchestrated crisis. The “Cloward-Piven Strategy” seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse. Cloward and Piven were inspired by radical organizer [and Hillary Clinton mentor] Saul Alinsky:”Make the enemy live up to their (sic) own book of rules,” Alinsky wrote in his 1989 book Rules for Radicals. When pressed to honor every word of every law and statute, every Judeo-Christian moral tenet, and every implicit promise of the liberal social contract, human agencies inevitably fall short. The system’s failure to “live up” to its rule book can then be used to discredit it altogether, and to replace the capitalist “rule book” with a socialist one. (Courtesy Discover the Newsmax rounds out the picture:
    Their strategy to create political, financial, and social chaos that would result in revolution blended Alinsky concepts with their more aggressive efforts at bringing about a change in U.S. government. To achieve their revolutionary change, Cloward and Piven sought to use a cadre of aggressive organizers assisted by friendly news media to force a re-distribution of the nation’s wealth. In their Nation article, Cloward and Piven were specific about the kind of “crisis” they were trying to create:By crisis, we mean a publicly visible disruption in some institutional sphere. Crisis can occur spontaneously (e.g., riots) or as the intended result of tactics of demonstration and protest which either generate institutional disruption or bring unrecognized disruption to public attention. No matter where the strategy is implemented, it shares the following features. The offensive organizes previously unorganized groups eligible for government benefits but not currently receiving all they can.
    The offensive seeks to identify new beneficiaries and/or create new benefits.
    The overarching aim is always to impose new stresses on target systems, with the ultimate goal of forcing their collapse.
    Capitalizing on the racial unrest of the 1960s, Cloward and Piven saw the welfare system as their first target. They enlisted radical black activist George Wiley, who created the National Welfare Reform Organization (NWRO) to implement the strategy. Wiley hired militant foot soldiers to storm welfare offices around the country, violently demanding their “rights.” According to a City Journal article by Sol Stern, welfare rolls increased from 4.3 million to 10.8 million by the mid-1970s as a result, and in New York City, where the strategy had been particularly successful, “one person was on the welfare rolls… for every two working in the city’s private economy.”
    According to another City Journal article titled “Compassion Gone Mad”:
    The movement’s impact on New York City was jolting: welfare caseloads, already climbing 12 percent a year in the early sixties, rose by 50 percent during Lindsay’s first two years; spending doubled… The city had 150,000 welfare cases in 1960; a decade later it had 1.5 million.
    The vast expansion of welfare in New York City that came of the NWRO’s Cloward-Piven tactics sent the city into bankruptcy in 1975. Rudy Giuliani cited Cloward and Piven by name as being responsible for “an effort at economic sabotage.” He also credited Cloward-Piven with changing the cultural attitude toward welfare from that of a temporary expedient to a lifetime entitlement, an attitude which in-and-of-itself has caused perhaps the greatest damage of all.
    Cloward and Piven looked at this strategy as a gold mine of opportunity. Within the newly organized groups, each offensive would find an ample pool of foot soldier recruits willing to advance its radical agenda at little or no pay, and expand its base of reliable voters, legal or otherwise. The radicals’ threatening tactics also would accrue an intimidating reputation, providing a wealth of opportunities for extorting monetary and other concessions from the target organizations. In the meantime, successful offensives would create an ever increasing drag on society. As they gleefully observed:
    Moreover, this kind of mass influence is cumulative because benefits are continuous. Once eligibility for basic food and rent grants is established, the drain on local resources persists indefinitely.
    The next time you drive through one of the many blighted neighborhoods in our cities, or read of the astronomical crime, drug addiction, and out-of-wedlock birth rates, or consider the failed schools, strapped police and fire resources of every major city, remember Cloward and Piven’s thrill that “…the drain on local resources persists indefinitely.” The left’s and Obama’s Master Plan, at work right before our eye’s. When you know how it works. It can’t help but stick out to you like a sore thumb. Thank’s for taking the time to read this.

  • fury

    I’m sharing this serious concern about O and his agenda. I’m going to sound like an amateur, but I’m talking with an expert, and here’s a breakdown of one area of the economy in plain speak. The usual m.o. in a down cycle is for turnaround consultants and bankruptcy attorneys to go gangbusters restructuring companies to make them viable. However, this didn’t happen this cycle. With the trillion dollar stimulus package the Feds were telling banks to lend to businesses and consumers, pushing money into companies that actually needed workout to make them viable. The banks were basically being told to handle the companies with velvet gloves. So instead of saying, “You need to cut more costs or merge with another company, the Fed’s policy has allowed them to flounder along with more money and business as usual. The biggest factor is interest rates are ridiculously low on the loans. Usually they’re 7-15%. Now they’re 3-4%. That means companies are able to service their debt a lot easier because their interest burden is not heavy. For the rest of us that means: When interest rates are kept artificially low, it creates a sense of unreality, it creates a norm; A fairy tale. Because they’re not always going to be this way. Because once interest rates go up to their normal level, then things will get worse again. Because there won’t be anymore money to keep pumping the economy.
    Another area of serious concern is the real estate market. We know of at least 250 companies with asset sizes from 100 mill to 50 billion, Pension Plans, Insurance companies, College endowments and Real estate, are not investing in new real estate right now. One astute economist I know is saying,”The Fed would never admit that they’re not encouraging real estate. I think a lot of people would say the Fed is telling banks to lend to companies that make products, but not to finance new real estate ventures. Everybody, all the lenders, are saying they’re not interested in real estate. The Fed does what they call “job owing,” that’s any bank they have control over. They have the ability to tell banks what to do.And they’ve been saying to banks, “We want you to lend to manufacturers and distributors. Not real estate. So they can say to the bank, “If you make a real estate loan, we’ll penalize you, in so many words.” Because they don’t want investment in real estate, they want it in job creation. You can’t borrow money to buy land or buildings. Supposedly because they want real estate to find a bottom, so they don’t want banks propping up the real estate industry.”
    Another serious red flag is the fact that now people are saying the Fed forced Chrysler and GM to get rid of dealerships across the country; That Obama’s Auto Czar went too far. The average dealership employed a hundred people. They supported hospitals, charities, Little League. Those are all gone.

    We’ve been discussing what’s happening in our country since the 60s. A total decay of the infrastructure. Small town USA, and major cities are dead. I can see a microcosm in a once thriving small town killed by Section 8 vouchers. The town’s main grocery store would be dead without all the Food Stamp money. The few family farmers left have to bring in workers from Guatemala and Mexico, because able bodies would rather sit around collecting a government check monthly, and dealing drugs than work for a living. They drive cars most of the middle class cannot afford. I know there are countless stories from average Americans seeing the same picture or worse.

    The family farm was the backbone of the USA. I would say the real estate and auto industries became the backbone of America in the 20th century. The real estate industry employs millions of people. Why is the real estate industry getting crushed?!!

    Who will be able to buy our land if we cannot afford to buy it ourselves? How much tax burden can we take in a growing Welfare state? While we’re busy going broke, who’s going to be buying our country out from under us??!!! If this were science fiction it couldn’t be wilder.

    I can barely stay in my own skin, as I think about what this scenario is leading to. I wake up every morning and my first thought is a prayer that we will not be invaded from within; that this isn’t happening to us. Our Press, once a beacon of truth to protect our liberty, is useless. Our Liberal academicians, so politically correct and obtuse, are half asleep, and when they’re awake they’re busy condemning the rest of us to hell.

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