13 March, 2008

Admiral Fallon Resigns

Posted by Socrates in Iran, jewed foreign policy, Neocons, Socrates, War On Israel's Enemies, Zionism at 1:28 pm | Permanent Link

The neocons are no doubt partying over this news. Does Fallon’s departure pave the way for a U.S. airstrike on Iran for Israel’s benefit?


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  7. 3 Responses to “Admiral Fallon Resigns”

    1. Marwinsing Says:

      “The president has made very clear that the United States believes that a diplomatic solution to the Iran issue is possible if the world stays strong and reacts in a unified way,” Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said.

      Is this the devil trying to play Jesus? Dubya as amiable emcee, his repartee laced with just a dash of impromptu comic – he could have fared quite well in one those We Are The World concerts from the 80’s.

    2. Tom Says:

      See video: we need to get the word out as much as we can, stop war with Iran

      tell everyone not to participate in an illegal act:
      The uniform code makes it abundantly clear that it must be the Lawful orders of a superior officer. In fact it says, ‘Members of the military have an obligation to disobey unlawful orders.’ This principle was considered so important that we, the government of the United States, proposed that it be internationally applied in the Nuremberg trials.” – Senator Inouye, a decorated World War II veteran and hero
      see blog

    3. -jc Says:

      It is likely just seeking the protection and the associated perspective of high ground.

      Top people in federal government are required to have their resignations ready as a condition of their appointment. So you will never know what happened or why, even if the admiral writes his memoirs someday: They may not be the truth.

      However, if one gains nothing else as everything mental and physical deteriorates, it is the ability to look at the big picture with the benefit of experience and empathy. Men no longer at the zenith of their powers have the advantage of a lifetime of experience as an adult and having been young themselves once. 19-year-olds, whom one is glad to have to help with the heavy lifting, must be led by those with a more conservatism than enthusiasm and the ability to see more than simply the instant task of, say, taking a particular beach head this morning.

      Someone once said that America is great because she is good. That may have been true but doesn’t look that way to just about everyone with whom I speak with today. America’s borders,the character of her people, and her collective values expressed as foreign policy and her justice system have dissolved. She once was great and now is the greatest debtor nation in the world with the highest per capita rate of incarceration of her own citizens. She once was compassionate but now countenances torture. The borrower being servant to the lender, Zionist-internationalist, resource-imperialist politicians rule her people.

      Southern Mexico was once great, with trains running all the time, on time. After the gold was pretty much gone, her briefly prosperous people were left by international inperialists and are back to living in huts.

      England, primarily by and through her navy, during the hay day of British empire, is now relatively poor and in worse in every respect readers here consider important than even America. She has a death grip on what resources she does control, like the Falklands but having once again been conquered by central bankers whose owners she once expelled, she’s back underneath them. France, almost perpetually in reconstruction, is further down the same road..

      America will likely be no different when the new world order crowd has finished ravishing her, unless there is some miraculous awakening. Americans having mortgaged everything they’ve been allowed to possess must buy oil at any price to get to work in their 4WD V-8’s to avoid losing their homes. Many cannot get a loan to buy a used economy car. Those who consolidate their holdings in such times have them where they want them: The price of gasoline, shelter, and food may soon be their sons and daughters dying in the sand.

      It would be so nice if everything were black & white, good & evil, so. But its not. Politics has a way of complicating choices when oil is over $100 a barrel and propane and gold are at all time highs. The threat of energy, food, and housing becoming so expensive that many if not most Americans will have not only fewer choices but the real risk of scarcity influences which liars one believes in an election year. Americans have little empathy for those they bomb because they’ve never experienced being wounded, homeless, cold, and hungry simultaneously. As a man gets older and less full of himself, hopefully his accumulated wisdom includes considering not only his own comfort, safety, and health more than he did in his youth, but causes him to lose heart about visiting Armageddon on others with the same concerns.

      “The People” have been so dumbed-down by government education, impoverished by inflation and easy credit, stressed from overwork, or subsidized, and therefore made apathetic, that they aren’t much good as independent witnesses anymore. It is no different in the smallest corporate governments– homeowners associations, that pretty much are a law unto themselves and don’t make any pretense of following the rules because it doesn’t matter– there is no mechanism or will toward enforcement unless it is for political (big money) reasons.

      Does anyone believe, for example, that taking down the governor of New York was because he was using a high-dollar whore from his same tribe? He pissed-off the wrong people, likely his own people.

      Ronald Reagan allowed a free hand to men who opposed communism and likely did it for the most idealistic reasons, having matured and learned from his mistakes, arguably a little late in life. Some say he was the first neoconservative and, if he was, circumstances and the tremendous inertia of the permanent, secret– if you will, government of banking, insurance, and natural resource corporations prevented his changing things very much and his was the politics of necessity if he was to accomplish anything at all. The Lyndon Johnsons and Bill Clintons are remembered as effective politicians. Reagan will be remembered for being a relatively ineffective idealist whose ideas did not work.

      The left-liberal press and the so called patriot movement that often gets its facts and what they mean wrong, both, made a big deal of someone getting caught breakiing the rules that the public apparently believe are actually enforced evenhandedly across the board. Every once in a while someone big gets prosecuted but it is usually political for one reason or another, such as bouying-up confidence in the system or to send a message to those who are getting too big for their breeches, like the former governor of New York.

      It seems that whenever events can be publicized and the public made to pile on an administration left-liberals or garden variety organized crooks don’t like, it is all over every television, the New York Times front page, etc.

      Reagan was not unlike Ron Paul, in some respects. He simply had too large of a job to do and the powers that be were determined he would not accomplish it. He was vilified from UC Berkely– where he had to use the CHP to control professionally-agitated, violently destructive students, to again, “patriot” circles– the Jeff Rense, shortwave listening, VHS tape duplicating crowd, where the Iran-Contra bad boys..

      Reagan tried to be a reactionary. His liberal, some say left-liberal youth was used against him and his life was celebrated at his highly-publicized funeral. Many of us were liberal in our youth and it is interesting to consider how each of us would have handled success in Hollywood with all its influences, temptations, etc.

      So, how is Ronald Reagan remembered? The media loved pointing-out that Reagan napped a lot, was forgetful, and that Reaganomics wasn’t working. And was the hoopla surrounding his passing really a response to what he believed-in and tried to accomplish or simply more theater? I would say that if something can undermine the effectiveness of anyone who is trying to slow-down the easily media manipulable democracy of the masses toward communalization of international natural resources and promoting instead of the real rule of law and respect for the rights of individuals, nations, private property, privacy, due process, etc., then they will be ignored, if possible and, if they can’t be ignored, their vilification will be giant, bold-type, headline news.

      Remember when Iran Contra hearing chairman Inouye told Jew Representative Jack Brooks to cork it until they were in executive session: scroll to: Iran Contra Hearings: North:

      {{Rep. Jack Brooks:}} Colonel North, in your work at the NSC, were you not assigned at one time to work on plans for the continuity of government in the event of a major disaster?

      {{Chairman Sen. Daniel Inouye:}} I believe the question touches upon a highly sensitive and classified area. So may I request that you not touch upon that, sir?

      {{Rep. Brooks:}} I was particularly concerned, Mr. Chairman, because I read in the Miami papers and several others that there had been a plan developed by that same agency, a contingency plan in the event of emergency that would suspend the American Constitution, and I was deeply concerned about it and wondered if that was the area in which he had worked. I believe that it was, but I wanted–

      {{Chairman Inouye:}} May I most respectfully suggest that that matter not be touched upon at this stage? If we wish to get into this, I’m certain arrangements can be made for an Executive Session.

      {{Brendan Sullivan}} (North’s lawyer): Well, I must say, the inferences from that statement are ridiculous.

      {{Chairman Inouye:}} We’ll decide whether it’s ridiculous or not.

      If you’re a natural government-hater, these apparent revelations are supposed to turn you against the enemies of Jack Brooks, the Reagan government that was apparently trying to do the best it could with what resources it had available. Such operations are not pretty and are best not exposed by the media, which the media knows and that is the power of a left-liberal media monopoly.

      Keeping things in perspective, be careful what you allow yourselves to be stampeded-into bucking. All too often the media turns revelations of apparent wrongdoing against those who have a large segment of the public believing that commies and left-liberals are a kinder, gentler alternative.

      So, what to believe? The simple solution is to consider the source and be very skeptical if it is on television or in the newspapers or the movies. Watch Public Television and listen to National Public Radio only to see and hear what “they” want you to believe and remember that it is relatively carefully-crafted propaganda. Much of it is targeted at woman and young men, like Ronald Reagan, when he was active in the Screen Actors Guild– natural liberals. Use what is being propagated to illustrate your points about what it is that “they” want everyone to believe about people and events. Its not so much what’s out there that’s dangerous but your perspective in viewing it and, if you lose that, you will lose yourself and your people because it is pervasive, relentless, and rising like a tidal wave. Get to higher ground.

      No one man is going to ride in on a white horse, seize the reins of government through the executive branch, especially tripartate American government, and save the stagecoach and its passengers. Freedom, like tyranny, takes time and we notice the jerky fits & starts in otherwise mundane current history. From the perspective of age and distance one can see the larger picture and the value of shoveling and sandbagging and of strategic retreat.

      When one is young, its easy to imagine intrigue and drama while looking at this great admiral. My guess is that he simply didn’t want to risk events larger than himself swamping his boat. If I were a Navy man of his stature, with the apparent choices for commander in chief on the horizon, I’d take an early out and enjoy my grandchildren on dry land for a few years. I’ve noticed that I tend toward verbose, rambling, seemingly disconnected association, at my age, that makes sense to me but no doubt exasperates youth who want to cut to the chase. As equally irritating as young men with more enthusiasm than common sense can be, the admiral is likely very glad not to have to ship tens-of-thousands of them, one-way, into World War.