A Couple McNuggets from McRaven’s Screed

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A Couple McNuggets from McRaven’s Screed

Admiral William McRaven was head of Joint Special Operations Command under Obama. He’s been out of the military for over 4 years, pursuing lucrative sinecures such as a seat on the Board of Directors at ConocoPhillips and a position at the infamous Council on Foreign Relations after a failed stint as Chancellor of the University of Texas System.

He published an op-ed in the NYT deriding Trump last week. It follows a similar screed for the WaPo in 2018 bashing Trump as unfit for office while lauding John Brennan as “a man of unparalleled integrity”.

The past few years have seen more of this sort of content produced by people of stature than sanity would allow for consumption. Still, there are a couple of excerpts from this piece that really stand out because they highlight the disconnection from reality that permeates members of the Establishment who serve the interests of our Jewish Plutocracy from the outside.

Here’s the first:

As I stood on the parade field at Fort Bragg, one retired four-star general, grabbed my arm, shook me and shouted, “I don’t like the Democrats, but Trump is destroying the Republic!”

McRaven doesn’t articulate how an attempt by the President to partially extricate his forces from a proxy war for an ethnostate in the Middle East threatens our Republic in North America. It would take a masterful sophist to come up with something concise that sounds plausible. That’s generally an undertaking attempted by Jewish Neocons who’d never serve the US military in the conflicts they’ve instigated.

The 4-star Admiral simply blathers on with nauseating platitudes about “duty and honor”, “our values”, “our allies”, “the boot of tyranny”, “nazism”, etc. in a bungled attempt to somehow conflate all of it by using  the standard military rhetorical playbook. There’s nothing unique or courageous about what he has to say. If there was, he never would’ve ascended to the loftiest rank in the US Navy.

Excerpt #2:

It is easy to destroy an organization if you have no appreciation for what makes that organization great.

What makes a military great is the ability to accomplish its objectives because these are matters of life and death. Since the Zionist Global War on Terror and Russian Encirclement Campaign began, what exactly has the US military succeeded at?

A lesson from history is that failure often leads to the destruction of the military organization itself. In future conflict scenarios war-gamed by the RAND Corporation earlier this year, the US military was shown to consistently lose against China and Russia. Unfortunately, that wouldn’t be a surprising end for a fighting force harnessed for and depleted by engagements that run contrary to the interests of the American people.

McRaven’s boilerplate nonsense is reminder that the future of the US military appears rather grim because its leadership is comprised of men like himself. They swore to defend the Constitution and solemnly intone about leadership and integrity. Yet, if they valued any one of these things above advancing their own careers, at least one of them would publicly question the underlying premise of our forever wars.

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