| 2013/11/5 17:20|
| Re: 'PURGE SURGE': OBAMA FIRES ANOTHER COMMANDER|
World Net Daily is a tough read, with many on the hard right in it's fan base. When you read these articles, read the discussion that follows. These guys are ready to join in violent revolution, and not the kind that seeks to have a Godly repentant return to Constitutional government.
It's all guns, ammo, and go get 'em.
Not that I argue with what they are seeing, but I sense a willingness to riot and burn property that will not yield much peaceful fruit. Is this the only alternative?
| 2013/11/5 23:50||Profile|
| Re: |
I am not interested in the comments and I won't group them all together as you are doing. It is the content of the article that is most telling to me but you seem to want to besmirch the article by talking about the website. You can speculate about the commenters motives but we have real facts about the one who is actually doing the purging. The 197 flag officers that have been forcefully retired is what interested me. And you did not comment on that.
The other thing I read was that two former West Point male graduates were married last week in the West Point Chapel. They are no longer in the Army, yet were married at West Point. These are all just further indication of how the foundations of a society are being destroyed.
By the way, I did not read where anyone wanted to riot or burn property, but it must have only been a few commenters at most and not all of them. You have to remember that people from all over the world visit these websites and many liberals pose as conservatives so you can't believe the comments since you don't know the source behind them.
| 2013/11/6 1:19|
| Re: clarifying...|
World Net Daily is a dynamic news source that picks up items that main stream media ignores, and the article covering the purge of the top ranking officers is worth reading. The idea that the American military is undergoing a monumental shift in culture and mission is a concern for the entire free world since countless nations depend on the US for their own national security. I applaud WND for their contribution to the information pool that free people need as they plan their futures.
But I am concerned with the glib attitude presented by those who add comments to the articles. It seems that there may be a willingness to strike out with violence in some of these people, and to me that is dangerous. I want to see the repentance of people turning to God and the Godly principles of the Constitution. Burning cars and tear gas in the streets- not so much.
That's all I was trying to say. Sorry it came across as something else.
| 2013/11/6 23:22||Profile|
| Re: |
I understand where you are coming from and agree with you regarding your sentiments about the comments. Sometimes I learn some really good things in the comments, though.
| 2013/11/7 1:32|
| Re: Comments|
The other day the Drudge Report had the story of the two planes full of skydivers colliding over northern Wisconsin. One of the planes was lost, but because of the abundance of parachutes on board, everybody returned to Terra Firma safely.
Scroll down to the comments. Whooo, boy, I haven't laughed that hard in a long time, the quips and barbs just kept coming, it was hilarious!
So I guess the comment section can be worthwhile sometimes, it sure was with that one!
| 2013/11/7 11:43||Profile|
| 2013/11/7 14:20|
| 2013/11/7 20:42|
| Re: for 'just-in' and others|
The one best known for high command military purges is Joseph Stalin.
Others who conducted historic military high command purges on the scale
Obama has done, and is doing, were Mao Zedong, and Adolph Hitler.
Whatever side has the military control generally controls and wins the
dictatorial takeover. Today we are not witnessing the national socialism
of Adolf Hitler, Mao Zedong, or Joseph Stalin, but GLOBAL SOCIALISM.
| 2013/11/7 21:02||Profile|
| Re: |
its been reported in the alt-media, that commanders have been asked a "litmus test" question of what they will, or they wont do.
remember, these are mere men, with family, and paychecks to consider. Such issues as upholding their constitutional oath may fall by the wayside.
| 2013/11/8 8:32|