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To Make America Great Again (MAGA) means letting go of the fear of being called a racist. That’s all they have.

Shot. [Former Commanders Fault Trump’s Use of Troops Against Protesters: After military helicopters carried out a “show of force” mission to discourage protesters, retired senior military leaders condemned their successors for deploying such tactic s, New York Times, June 2, 2020]:

WASHINGTON — Retired senior military leaders condemned their successors in the Trump administration for ordering military units on Monday to rout those peacefully protesting police violence near the White House.

As military helicopters flew low over the nation’s capital and National Guard units moved into many cities, Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper and Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, publicly aligned themselves behind a president who chose chemical spray and rubber bullets to clear peaceful protesters from a park so that he could stage a photo op at a nearby church.

In so doing, Mr. Esper, who described the country as a “battle space” to be cleared, and General Milley, who wore combat fatigues on the streets of the capital, thrust the two million active-duty and reserve service members into the middle of a confrontation in which the “enemy” was not foreign, but domestic.

The reaction has been swift and furious.

Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, a former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, wrote on Twitter that “America is not a battleground. Our fellow citizens are not the enemy.” Gen. Tony Thomas, the former head of the Special Operations Command, tweeted: “The ‘battle space’ of America??? Not what America needs to hear … ever, unless we are invaded by an adversary or experience a constitutional failure … ie a Civil War.”

Adm. Mike Mullen, another former chairman, wrote in The Atlantic: “Whatever Trump’s goal in conducting his visit, he laid bare his disdain for the rights of peaceful protest in this country, gave succor to the leaders of other countries who take comfort in our domestic strife, and risked further politicizing the men and women of our armed forces.”

Television networks broadcast images of General Milley and Mr. Esper walking behind Mr. Trump as he crossed Lafayette Square on Monday evening to pose for a photograph while holding a Bible in front of St. John’s Church. Earlier in the day, Mr. Esper joined the president’s call with governors, saying, “We need to dominate the battle space” — a comment that set off a torrent of criticism.

More than 40 percent of active-duty and reserve personnel are people of color, and orders to confront protesters demonstrating against a criminal justice system that targets black men troubled many.

The Air Force’s top enlisted airman used Twitter to express his anger.

“Just like most of the Black Airmen and so many others in our ranks … I am outraged at watching another Black man die on television before our very eyes,” Kaleth O. Wright, the chief master sergeant of the Air Force, said in a Twitter thread, citing the names of black men who died in police custody or in police shootings. “I am George Floyd … I am Philando Castile, I am Michael Brown, I am Alton Sterling, I am Tamir Rice.”

Neither Mr. Esper nor General Milley knew when they went to the Oval Office on Monday that they would be taking part in the president’s photo op, Pentagon officials said. Nor did they know, officials said, that law enforcement personnel would be firing chemical spray and rubber bullets on protesters in Lafayette Square before they crossed that park with Mr. Trump.

During the meeting in the Oval Office, which officials said became heated, General Milley and Attorney General William P. Barr argued against invoking the Insurrection Act to override governors and send active-duty troops to states where there are protests. They were able to get Mr. Trump to hold off for now, but the president nonetheless ordered active-duty troops deployed to the one place where he did not have to go through governors: the District of Columbia.

After the Oval Office meeting, officials said, Mr. Trump said he wanted to review personnel who were deployed outside the White House. Along with a number of White House staff members, Mr. Esper and General Milley joined the president — and prompted outrage.

“Ridiculous. General Milley, who I respect, is embarrassing himself,” Michael McFaul, the former United States ambassador to Russia under President Barack Obama, said on Twitter. “I worked 3 years at the White House at the National Security Council. I never once saw Admiral Mullen come to the building ready for war.”

James N. Miller, who served as an under secretary of defense for policy under Mr. Obama and on the Defense Science Board until Tuesday, when he abruptly resigned, told Mr. Esper in his resignation letter that he believed the defense secretary had violated an oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States” because of his backing of Mr. Trump’s actions on Monday night.

“You have made life-and-death decisions in combat overseas; soon you may be asked to make life-and-death decisions about using the military on American streets and against Americans,” he wrote in the letter, which was published Tuesday night by The Washington Post. “Where will you draw the line, and when will you draw it?”

 

Chaser. [National School Board Group Considered Asking Biden To Deploy ‘Military Police’ Against Parents, Daily Caller, May 23, 2022]

The National School Boards Association (NSBA) considered urging the Biden administration to deploy the military to school board meetings to monitor threats against board members in September 2021, according to an independent review conducted by attorneys.

The NSBA sent a letter to the Biden administration Sept. 29, 2021 calling for the federal government to use anti-terrorism laws, including the Patriot Act, to treat violence and threats of violence against school board members as “the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes.” However, in an earlier draft the NSBA called for the deployment of the national guard and the military police to monitor school board meetings before removing the language, according to the independent review of its decision to request federal authorities to monitor school board activities.

“[W]e ask that the Army National Guard and its Military Police be deployed to certain school districts and related events where students and school personnel have been subjected to acts and threats of violence,” the earlier draft of the letter said.

Days after the final NSBA letter was sent, Attorney General Merrick Garlandcalled on the FBI to use its authority against those who intimidate, harass or threaten school board members.

The NSBA walked back its letter in October and apologized after widespreadblowback over a public perception that the organization was attempting to target concerned parents who were protesting at school board meetings.

The NSBA did not respond to The Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment.

ORDER IT NOW

The violent protests erupting after a black career criminal George Floyd died of a fentanyl overdose on May 25, 2020 should have been greeted with the Insurrection Act by President Trump. Unfortunately, he allowed a coup to take place, and the power of the Executive Branch to be usurped by white guilt.

In 2021, white parents across the nation rose up against Critical Race Theory and the NSBA wanted to deploy the FBI, the National Guard, and Military Police against them, though not one act of violence was recorded against a school board member.

Ladies and gentlemen, there is no putting Humpty Dumpty back together again.

You either embrace a side that wants to Make America Great Again, or one that wants to Eternalize White Guilt (EWG) ensuring whites have no future.

 

 
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  1. To Make America Great Again (MAGA) means letting go of the fear of being called a racist. That’s all they have.

    EXACTLY!! Racism needs to be reapproptiated as GOOD and VIRTUOUS

    Racism” Saves Lives, Promotes Scientific Truth
    https://4racism.org

    0) “Racism”: a Virtue to Reclaim?!

    4Racism.org will argue the radical notion that “Racism” (as defined by Anti-Racists) is something positive & worth striving for, that “Racism” is Love #RacismIsLove #4Racism!

    Anti-Racists are the real “Racists”, intolerant Bigots convinced of their own moral superiority over so called “racists” and bigots, who oppose race blindness, who incite riots, hate and violence and even propose to exterminate Whites.

    Thus we must own the insult “Racist”. We must reclaim (=reappropriate) the

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    Staff, wrote on Twitter that “America is not a battleground. Our fellow citizens are not the enemy.

    A total lie>
    BLM riots are worse than a battle ground, because nobody fights back.

  2. Piglet says:

    Here is today’s military that the left wants to throw at upset parents:

    US base to host ‘drag queens’ for children
    https://www.rt.com/news/556032-ramstein-drag-queen-story-time/

  3. usNthem says:

    “Just like most of the black airmen (lol) and so many others in our ranks…. I am outraged at watching another black man die on television before our very eyes”, kaleth o. wright, the chief master sergeant of the air force (lol) said.

    No you’re not mr. negro, you lying pos AA hire. If you actually were, you’d be yammering about all your thousands of fellow simians being whacked by other simians annually. But of course, as we all know, negros such as yourself couldn’t give two s****. Only when it advances your anti-White hate. Everything you have in life is due to the White race, and deep down, even an idiotic moron such as yourself knows it to be true. How about shutting TFU, boy?

  4. OT:  A prime example of TNB.  N-word backs his pickup into trailing car which was plainly visible in at least two of his mirrors.

    • Replies: @WSG
    , @Detroit Refugee
  5. Dream says:

    Meanwhile in New York City.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @europeasant
  6. Wokechoke says:

    does this black flyboy enjoy the spectacle of Ape Force One in the person of Lloyd Austin dictate war policy in Ukraine though?

    • LOL: DMZABO, Adolph 2nd
  7. @Dream

    Someone with a gun could have killed that POS. There would be no loss to the society, quite the contrary.

    The problem is that a jury would convict the shooter and put him in jail for taking out the trash because the city prosecutor would bring charges. The system is designed to make decent people victims.

    Keep voting!

    • Agree: Mr. Rational, DMZABO
  8. Bite Moi says:

    So ,Sec. of Defense Mark T. Esper considers America a battle space to clear. He is absolutely correct.
    ” Send More Blue Helmets.”

  9. “Kaleth O. Wright, the chief master sergeant of the Air Force, said in a Twitter thread, citing the names of black men who died in police custody or in police shootings. “I am George Floyd … I am Philando Castile, I am Michael Brown, I am Alton Sterling, I am Tamir Rice.””

    If these are the types of people in the military then our country is in trouble.

  10. Kaleth O. Wright, the chief master sergeant of the Air Force, said in a Twitter thread, citing the names of black men who died in police custody or in police shootings. “I am George Floyd … I am Philando Castile, I am Michael Brown, I am Alton Sterling, I am Tamir Rice.”

    Oh, so he’s a career criminal?

    • LOL: usNthem
  11. @Dream

    Where’s Bernie Goetz? when you need him.

    “Bernhard Goetz is best known for his moniker “the Subway Vigilante.” Following an assault in 1981, Goetz was infuriated by the lack of prosecution of the three assailants. He decided to start carrying a gun for protection. In 1984, four teenagers approached Goetz again, but this time Goetz shot all four, permanently paralyzing one of them, Darrell Cabey. The case made him a folk hero to some New Yorkers who believed his actions were justified. In the criminal trial, Goetz was acquitted of attempted murder, but he was found guilty of illegal firearms possession. Later, the jury in a civil trial awarded Cabey millions in damages. Goetz then declared bankruptcy”

    • Replies: @anarchyst
    , @DMZABO
    , @Anonymous
  12. HT says:

    Don’t worry, Hershel Walker will straighten all this out when he gets to the Senate.

    • Thanks: Gore 2004
    • Replies: @Unit472
  13. loren says:
    @europeasant

    YOUR LAST 5 WORDS.

    REPEAT ALOUD MANY TIMES

    our country is in trouble.

  14. Rich says:

    This was another failure of Trump and his administration. He should have nationalized the various state Guard units and put down the rioting, looting and mayhem with an iron fist. The media would have killed him, but they killed him for everything anyway. The riots happened on his watch and his lack of decisive action allowed them to continue.

    • Replies: @Angharad
  15. Bite Moi says:
    @europeasant

    europeasant—————-Makes one wonder if the chief master sergeant of the Air Force has his own juvie record.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  16. Rooster15 says:

    People need to understand that the government AND military are rotten from the head down. The brass of the military are nothing more than opportunistic politicians in camouflage clothing. They understood Trump was one person, and his time would be up in 4 years. Their current/future employer, the deepstate or whatever you want to call them, control everything and they weren’t about to jeopardize their future by aligning with Trump in any way; see General Flynn as exhibit A for what happens if you do.

  17. Unit472 says:
    @HT

    The real issue here is that the Carter’s deal to create a Department of Education to eke out his election has now evolved into a DoE that imagines it can use the Pentagon to enforce its will. Who could have imagined?

    The US military used to represent the American citizen. Our first wars were to protect US citizens from being enslaved by Barbary pirates or being impressed into the British Navy. The war with Mexico was an imperialistic land grab brought on when a ridiculous Mexican ruler decided he would use his army to fire upon US citizens who had settled in Texas. Right or wrong, the cavalry did not ride to the rescue of Indian savages raiding people who identified as American and wanted to exploit US territory.

    Not until the Pinko Dwight Eisenhower decided to send the 101st Airborne into Arkansas to enforce the integration of some local high school ( an eerie look into the future) was the US military deployed against the American public.

    • Replies: @Piglet
    , @Bite Moi
  18. WSG says:
    @Mr. Rational

    The “music” in that video is enough for me to run over both of those eggplants until they’re flat as pancakes.

  19. anarchyst says:
    @europeasant

    Goetz should have kept his mouth shut. He could have gotten away with his God-given right to protect himself.
    Today’s surveillance state is another story, although the covid plandemic still provides a convenient cover for both law-abiding and criminals by disguising one’s identity.
    Anti-mask laws have largely been rendered moot with the covid plandemic…

    • Agree: europeasant
  20. @europeasant

    “Kaleth O. Wright, the chief master sergeant of the Air Force, said in a Twitter thread, citing the names of black men who died in police custody or in police shootings. “I am George Floyd … I am Philando Castile, I am Michael Brown, I am Alton Sterling, I am Tamir Rice.””

    Is Mr. Wright admitting that he would fail a drug screening just like all of the other mutts he just named?

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  21. Ghjjhgg says:

    If Air Force Chief Master Sergeant kaleth o. wright is alton sterling, he’s a child molester who tried to murder cops; HE ADMITS IT, and is apparently PROUD OF IT.

  22. GeneralRipper [AKA "GKWillie"] says:

    In 2020, Top Retired Senior Military Leaders Condemned Trump for Trying to Put Down Antifa/BLM Riots; in 2021, NSBA Asked Biden to Call Out National Guard/Military Police Over Parents Protests of CRT at School Board Meetings

    Traitors deserve death.

  23. DMZABO says: • Website

    We are really living in the Twilight Zone!
    The amount of insanity Whites must deal with is criminal and unsustainable.

  24. DMZABO says: • Website
    @europeasant

    In my old neighborhood there was graffiti that said “Bernie Goetz man of the year”. I’ll never forget that gem. The building is still standing but sadly the great message has long since been painted over.

    • Thanks: europeasant
  25. Dr. X says:

    It’s all about who/whom, people. Frankly at this point our worst enemies are the Republicans and conservatives who are still deluded into thinking that we live in a “free country” and the cops and soldiers are “heroes” “fighting for our freedom.”

    You live in a totalitarian society and if you are a white nationalist patriot you are considered an Enemy of the State.

    • Agree: DMZABO
    • Thanks: Angharad
  26. Listener says:
    @Truth

    Hey Curse, Honk-e’s gettin’ it poppin on these streets…

    https://worldstarhiphop.com/videos/wshh1hdFD4jzt4VYm4F9/fed-up-customer-waiting-in-line-starts-fighting-another-customer

    Truuf-

    Seriously! your homie obviously started the confrontation. The shirtless white guy with sunglasses was probably out of line.

    But what’s the ratio, your african rocket scientists to our dumb white rednecks starting trouble, a 100 to one a 1000 to one. I’m guessing it’s somewhere in the middle.

    At the risk of repeating myself , you used to be amusing. Now it’s just so predictable and boring.

    • Agree: Bardon Kaldlan
  27. Listener says:

    OT

    So now the facts are coming out in this awful shooting in Texas. Sounds similar to the Parkland high school shooting.

    The police in both instances were fucking cowards!!!

    I don’t expect a police officer to sacrifice’s his life for an adult or fireman to sacrifice his life to run into a burning building.

    They have families themselves and I get it.

    However, ANY man with a gun that doesn’t run in to save children being murdered and executed is not a man, he is a fucking pussy.

    Every damn one of those yellow bellied cowardly cops that stood outside that building for an hour should hand in their badge, they are not men. They are Goddamn pussies!

    I’m a conservative I’ve supported cops my entire life, right now I’m with the BLM crowd, fuck the cops!!!

  28. AceDeuce says:
    @europeasant

    If these are the types of people in the military then our country is in trouble.

    Those are and it is.

    U.S. military has been taken over by niggros over the past half century. Nam was the beginning of the end. It’s over and done with–and only going to get worse. Niggs as part of an organization-a school, a neighborhood, a company, etc. -that’s bad enough. But once they take over, it’s lights out.

    2022 will, in the future, be called “The Good Old Days.”

    • Agree: usNthem
  29. It all goes back to the passage of the 1965 Immigration Reform Act which was an act of DEMOGRAPHIC VIOLENCE that favored the Democratic Party in the voting both…..

    If Republican White Voters had protested exactly the same way as the Antifa did in Portland and Black Lives Matter did in 2020…General Mark Dempsey would demand that they be slaughtered in the street by the US Military….

  30. It all goes back to the passage of the 1965 Immigration Reform Act which was an act of DEMOGRAPHIC VIOLENCE that favored the Democratic Party in the voting both….

    If Republican White Voters had protested exactly the same way as the Antifa did in Portland and Black Lives Matter did in 2020…General Mark Dempsey would demand that they be slaughtered in the street by the US Military….

  31. I am an old man and have lived to see this crap from the “esteemed” military leaders …….. just as my dad and his fellow WW2 combat veteran buddies lived to see husseinO installed ……. guess he and his fellow heroes nailed it when they surmised/agreed that ……. the USA is screwed

  32. Piglet says:
    @Unit472

    Not until the Pinko Dwight Eisenhower decided to send the 101st Airborne into Arkansas to enforce the integration of some local high school ( an eerie look into the future) was the US military deployed against the American public.

    You’ve overlooked the Bonus Army marchers in 1932:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonus_Army

    You’ve also overlooked the times military forces were called out to deal with railroad strikers in the 1870s.

    The military was also called out to deal with the Whiskey Rebellion in the 1790s:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whiskey_Rebellion

    Come to think of it, on numerous occasions during the Uncivil War, the Union Army attacked and destroyed what were clearly non-military and non-threatening targets. If another country had done it to its own people, we’d call it an atrocity and a war crime. Instead, our historians praise such things as Sherman’s infamous March to the Sea.

    • Replies: @Piglet
  33. Angharad says:
    @Rich

    Trump was and IS an egomaniacal blowhard buffoon, who was in WAY over his hot air head.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Truth
  34. usNthem says:
    @Listener

    A lot worse than turning in their badges should happen…

    • Replies: @Non PC Infidel
  35. Rich says:
    @Angharad

    Definitely in over his head, surrounded by disloyal aides, they outsmarted him pretty easily. I suspect his heart is in the right place, he’s just not good at running the government. Bill Clinton, rat that he was, had loyal aides and understood how to outsmart his enemies. When he had one of his boys steal the fbi files on all his opponents, he owned them. In the end, Trump governed like a typical moderate repub, he cut some taxes, reduced regulations and wasn’t violently antagonistic to White folks. As little as that is, it still makes him a 1000 times better than Biden or any other dem.

    • Replies: @Listener
  36. Bite Moi says:
    @Unit472

    Unit472————-Who could have imagined? Anybody that read George Orwell’s 1984. Bet THAT book was required reading in DC.

  37. Bite Moi says:
    @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Boy the way Glenn Miller played———“I am Kaleth O. Wright,the chief master sergent of the Air Force,’n i dindu nuffin.”

  38. @Listener

    It is said that a teacher got a phone call and went and propped open a door. WTF?

  39. @usNthem

    The cops in Uvalde were spineless worms and cowards and will forever be branded as such. Their only choice now is to move far away, change their names and hope that no one ever discovers what they really are or what they did. Their lives in Uvalde are over and done with. As is, I’m surprised the parents of all the children who were murdered haven’t gone after them and literally ripped them apart limb from limb for their cowardly actions.

    • Agree: usNthem
  40. @Truth

    If I walked into a repair shop and heard a customer complaining that the shop had jacked up his truck by the oil pan, I’d turn around and walk out immediately. I certainly wouldn’t stand there complaining about “waiting in line” much less start a fight over it! I’d take it as a clear warning that the shop workers were incompetent, and my vehicle might get damaged.

  41. profnasty says:

    White patriotic America is vilified.
    Black thugs and criminals are put up as role models.
    America has been conquered from within. Thanks Jays.

    • Replies: @loren
  42. profnasty says:
    @Listener

    Those policemen(?) should be prosecuted as accomplices.
    I have worked with cops and have seen them commit acts of heroism. When you are willing to engage a 250lb Felon who hates you, and you’ll be prosecuted if he gets hurt, give US a call.

  43. Piglet says:
    @Piglet

    I overlooked the 1943 Detroit race riot during which the feds sent in US Army military police units when things got out of control.

  44. Listener says:
    @Rich

    Definitely in over his head, surrounded by disloyal aides, they outsmarted him pretty easily. I suspect his heart is in the right place, he’s just not good at running the government. Bill Clinton, rat that he was, had loyal aides and understood how to outsmart his enemies. When he had one of his boys steal the fbi files on all his opponents, he owned them. In the end, Trump governed like a typical moderate repub, he cut some taxes, reduced regulations and wasn’t violently antagonistic to White folks. As little as that is, it still makes him a 1000 times better than Biden or any other dem.

    Don’t necessarily disagree with most of what you said.

    However, it takes far more skill to run a multi billion dollar company than run a bureaucracy, which is what the government is. A President merely makes the tough decisions, the bureaucrats make the sausage.

    Presidents don’t “run the government or the Country “.

    Anyone that says “Trump was in over his head” is forgetting that 2 of the most powerful agencies in the world secretly AND openly worked against him.

    In spite of that, he had a very successful Presidency because history measures Presidents mostly by peace and prosperity. Trump delivered on both.

    Without covid and the “unique” voting it allowed, he would have won in a landslide.

    And if Biden stays his course, Trump may still get his landslide.

  45. loren says:
    @profnasty

    why be patriotic?

    circa 1968 my teen cousin died in vietnam..he was a marine.

    whats the point?

    • Replies: @profnasty
  46. @Mr. Rational

    Both negros must’ve been unarmed that day. Otherwise it’d be a different yt vid.

  47. eah says:

    Kersey, you link directly to a 2020 story in the NYT — there are two problems with this: 1) it is now behind a paywall, so people cannot read it (I couldn’t, anyway), and 2) by doing so, the NYT gets traffic.

    Next time, use the internet ‘Wayback Machine’ to find and link to an archived version of the story — this is free to read, and denies the NYT traffic — in fact, you should try to do this for any/all stories on mainstream media outlets, especially national ones.

    Internet Archive Wayback Machine

    Here is a link to a version of the NYT story archived in June 2020:

    Former Commanders Fault Trump’s Use of Troops Against Protesters

    Anyway, while I get what you’re trying to say here, you’d have more of a point if the retired military personnel had called for troops to be used against protesting parents.

  48. CCZ says:

    “Be All You Can Be,” in the Army:

    • Replies: @AnalogMan
  49. Anonymous[165] • Disclaimer says:
    @europeasant

    I was in the New York City (NYC) area at the time of the Goetz incident. Goetz left the scene of the incident, but later turned himself in on advice of counsel. Apparently he was not advised to keep his mouth shut.

    For about 24 hours, the NYC media hailed Goetz as a hero. His assailants had been armed with sharpened screwdrivers, which are lethal weapons when thrust into a person. After that 24 hours (the next day), the entire media, no exceptions, denounced Goetz as a murderer. Fascinating to see that, back then. The left later acknowledged the switch, but denied that it showed control of the media — standard pilpul, obviously. Gaslighting is nothing new; remember that the entire US had been gaslighted about much of WW II.

  50. US military

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  51. AnalogMan says:
    @CCZ

    Holy cow! That’s an army? RIP, USA.

  52. profnasty says:
    @loren

    I have a Gold Star flag in my living room. When we lost Vietnam, we lost everything.
    Communism won.
    I’m old and sick, can see the dark at the end of the tunnel. The future is clear to me.. Orwell described that future. Only G_d can save US now.

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