"...do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic..."

"For the good of the Air Force, for the good of the armed services and for the good of our country, I urge you to reject convention and careerism..."
- Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, Maxwell AFB, April 21, 2008

"You will need to challenge conventional wisdom and call things like you see them to subordinates and superiors alike."
- Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, United States Air Force Academy, March 4, 2011

Thursday, September 30, 2021

Air Force Lt Col Jason P. Williams Getting His Due

I have previously blogged about Lt Col Jason P. Williams (a B-1 Weapon Systems Officer who now teaches AFROTC in Indiana), his fascist un-American professions, and his ties to Antifa operatives.  I have also blogged about similar views (from both the "left" and "right") that have been prevalent over the last decade plus on a military aviation forum frequented by military officers.

It's good to see others on that board are starting to finally sound off in response to these un-American views from others within the ranks.  It's too little, too late, and this made-in-China attitude infests our military institution from top to bottom, but it's good to finally see the lobbers of "tin foil" and "conspiracy theory" insults getting proper responses when they proudly proclaim unconstitutional and un-American viewpoints.

This conversation saved for posterity.


Perhaps if young Maj Jason P. Williams had gotten such a response when our military was assassinating American citizens, rather than the cheers of solidarity he instead received bolstering his support of this utterly treasonous use of our military, maybe just maybe his vector could have been adjusted properly.  Instead of bringing up the internment of American citizens under FDR now in 2021, perhaps military officers should have raised their voices back when our military was used to arrest American citizens in America indefinitely without due process via an unconstitutional law that was legalized by all three branches of the federal government in 2012?  

But instead there was silence because, unlike the king-like "vaccine" jab decrees, military officers were not themselves affected and their duty to the public wasn't enough to prompt them to speak out for their neighbors who would be affected.  More than mere silence, when I tried to bring up these very topics on that very board, I was booted as a crazy conspiracy theorist and for years caricatured, by those employing the exact same demonization techniques that Antifa has employed, by both those professing to be on the left and by those on the right.

Two sides of the same made-in-China coin.  One puppet master with a different puppet on each hand both made to dazzle an audience of children.  It's good that the audience is starting to wake up, but when that happens this late in the game it's far too late.

As history teaches, accepting rights being violated for others and not speaking out simply assures that overreach will continue until you find it on your own doorstep.  First they came for...

All of this was incredibly predictable.

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Military Gives Lt Col Stuart Scheller a Likely Unlawful Gag Order & Arrests Him

According to Lt Col Scheller's Facebook page, he was given the following order:

“Effective immediately upon your receipt below, you are hereby ordered to refrain from posting any and all material, in any form without exception, to any social media.  In this context, the term 'social media' shall be construed very broadly to include any medium by which you may share information with groups of people.  It includes more traditional forms of social media (e.g., Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn) as well nontraditional methods one might use to circumvent established social media (e.g., mass emails, group text messages, electronic bulleting boards).  You are also prohibited from communicating through third parties or proxies.”

When the Lt Col continued to communicate on "social media" the military arrested him for violating the gag order according to sources such as Task & Purpose.

That gag order, ladies and gentleman, is likely an unlawful order that violates the First Amendment.  Of course it is certainly true that the courts give the military broad leeway to restrict speech and see the arena as separate from the civilian playing field.  That being said, the breadth of this gag order is so overwhelmingly broad that my guess is the courts would rule it was unlawful.  No social media at all?  On any topic?  No mass emails or text messages?  No coordinating in a family reunion thread?  No answering a hypothetical group text message from lawyers or doctors?  No group message from your child's teacher to you and your wife?  The breadth is staggering and clearly covers so much protected free speech that this order, in my view, would be unlikely to be held lawful in a court of law.

It is interesting that the order does not attempt to curb any specific speech or type of speech (for example, political speech or criticism of superiors) and that makes the order content neutral which would be a point for the order being lawful were this a non-military case, since the order didn't attempt to infringe on any particular viewpoint.  This actually plays against the military though.  The military typically is given more leeway to restrict viewpoints and content (as opposed to non-military First Amendment tests) but in this case the military chose not to tailor its order with any rational tailoring that demonstrates any kind of military necessity.  This increases the problem of the military's gag order being overly broad.

The military might argue the order was given due to military necessity and would need to in a court of law.  Perhaps they would argue the broad reach of Lt Col Scheller's criticisms was making military leadership look bad and causing dissension within the ranks.  Of course this argument comes at a time when many if not most Americans have a deservedly poor opinion of military leadership and the Biden Administration.  In the larger context of an embarrassing withdrawal from Afghanistan and news that the top military officer, General Mark Milley, literally committed treason by providing aid and comfort to China and overriding the military chain of command in the event the President sought to strike China (thereby making them an enemy by definition) it is difficult to lay the poor morale of service members at the feet of Lt Col Scheller and his social media.

It is a real sign of the times here in Made-In-China-America that our military has arrested a courageous military officer expressing truthful views out of fear he might endanger good order and discipline, when it has done nothing to General Mark Milley who contacted China and made plans to subvert the potential order of the Commander In Chief.  General Milley is asked by Senator Tom Cotton why he hasn't resigned, and Milley says to do so would be an act of political "defiance" and said that civilian control of the military was absolutely vital.  So says the same traitor general, who worked hand in hand with China to circumvent the President of the United States and our military apparatus, as some odd excuse for not resigning.

Our nation is inverted and its tools of violence are pointed inward at the American people.  Those tools of violence have "made in China" stamped on them.  And so it goes.

January 6th protestors locked up, Julian Assange locked up, Edward Snowden in exile, Kyle Rittenhouse facing charges and now this.  At some point we have to admit that America does not exist anymore.  It has been subverted from the inside by Chinese propaganda and money, made possible by plastic made-in-China Americans such as those found throughout our society and throughout our military.

According to Task & Purpose:

(...the Marine Corps confirmed that Scheller is accused of the following offenses under the UCMJ: Article 88: Contempt toward officials, Article 90: Willfully disobeying superior commissioned officer, Article 92: Failure to obey an order, and Article 133: Conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.)

The reality of our situation has been evident and logically progressing for quite some time now.  That being said, Lt Col Scheller has my respect and gratitude for his sincere service to the few of us actual Americans who still live in this nation and I hope he can find solid legal counsel.  My thoughts are with him.  And with us all.

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

General Mark Milley is a Traitor to the United States Who Needs a Traitor's Punishment


In a new book, it has been revealed that Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, not only took secret action to prevent the President of the United States from exercising his powers as Commander in Chief against China, but also coordinated with the Chinese about how he was hobbling the military power of the United States for China's gain.

That is treason.  Treason is levying war against the United States or providing "aid" or "comfort" to its enemies.  Clearly, if the President of the United States were to exercise war powers against China then General Milley's actions to prevent those actions against China would be aiding an enemy.  It doesn't matter that we're dealing with a hypothetical because General Milley's actions are not hypothetical.

General Mark Milley is a traitor and he should be arrested and tried for treason and then hopefully executed at the direction of a jury.

The cute is over.  China owns many in our federal government and whether we call it a war or not, the reality is we are at war with China and we're losing before most of us even realize it.

General Mark "White Rage" Milley is a traitor to the United States offering up Chinese propaganda about "insurrection" from Americans protesting their government.  He's not just a liar and a fraud, he works for China and labors to dismantle the American military just as political appointees from the banking industry and big pharma find themselves in top positions to neuter federal regulatory power.

General Milley's treason needs to carry consequences.  Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed for giving nuclear weapon secrets to the Soviets.  General Mark Milley stopped the nuclear triad, unlawfully, and sheltered China from those weapons should the need arise.  General Milley deserves the same punishment the Rosenbergs received for his even greater treason.