posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 12:16 AM
reply to post by Destinyone
I can agree with some of what you said. The biggest problem I have is, who is cleaning house. And who are the replacements.
First and foremost, ATS is a conspiracy website. I don't want to be the guy who sounds like he's trying to assume unwarranted authority ... quite
happy with my 'guest' status and putting a learned opinion out there. LOL
Though his comments in-thread were not well received, Feltrick's contributions are
candid and accurate.
I've got a very good idea of who it is that's cleaning house. I base that assumption on the narrow confines of the so-called purge which is
occurring. Who put them in gear finally might be the larger question and I'd guess it's one of those conscientious few I mentioned in my previous
post. Nuclear surety is not taken lightly and anyone in the PRP with a dismissive security posture gets the career ending kiss of death. Always has
been and always should be. Seems the driver's been asleep at the wheel for the last 15 or 20 years is all.
Now that we've seen the tip of the iceberg, I do wonder what may be next of the agenda. The Corps of Cadets at West Point had a saying: A cadet does
not lie, cheat, or steal ... and will not tolerate
those who do (hold that thought). The only change of any significance I've seen during
Obama's reign has been the introduction and enforcement of the "With Dignity and Respect" BS. I always wondered why Duty, Honor, and Loyalty to the
nation weren't enough already.
I do sense a paradigm shift in the wind. I see this as a good thing, as the Officer Corp has descended into worthlessness in terms of leadership. If
I were made Commander In Chief today, I would reduce the officer and NCO corps of the Army and Air Force to 10% of what exists by tomorrow. There
would be some very unhappy Marines shifted to fill the necessary gaps. If Obama tried this, I would consider it cause for alarm. It boils down to:
Who can you trust? And, why is it I'm having difficulty with that from the lowest ranked Noncommissioned Officer up to and including the
The military had become complacent and too tolerant and politically correct to be effective in their role and responsibilities. Somebody deserves a
pat on the back here and the Silent Service seems to be making its comeback.
edit on 2932014 by Snarl because: To to too