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US Commanders Unfit to Command

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posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 09:24 PM
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US Military Commanders Unfit to Command



Yep I said it, well not first of course


Could it be that US Military Commanders
are losing their taste for war??

In the past 2 yrs of this war on terrorism
there have been many US Military Commanders
relieved of their commands on the basis due to
being unfit to command or there was no reason given.
This is not in one branch of the military but in ALL branches
of the US Military. From the outside it might appear
that the taste for war has subsided with the relieved
command. Some are even being given commands
back stateside out of the war zone. Or could there be
more ethic reasons for relieving a commander
from duty.

The Navy spouts
they have fired 6 commanders since January 1, 2010.

Which is triple the norm. While some of those have
legitimate reasons for dismissal, not all of them do
and some even have no reason at all.

www.caboosechronicle.com...

www.serviceacademyforums.com...



This also is echoed in the Air Force:

www.defencetalk.com...

forums.military.com...

militarytimes.com...

www.freerepublic.com...

militarytimes.com...

www.f-16.net...

www.airforcetimes.com...



This is also echoed in the Army

ricks.foreignpolicy.com...

www.wral.com...

articles.latimes.com...



and even in the Coast Guard

www.kcra.com...


while most of these are relieved due to tight-lipped
reasoning citing a loss of confidence or unfit to command,
there may be a mental ethic reasoning behind it all.
They may not want to fight this war anymore
or even feel it is an illegal war and avoid completing
those orders given. Or it may even be PTSD. They might even
have reservations about their Commander in Chief
is even their Commander in Chief (Birth Certificate,
fraudulent voting machines). Then we have an Arny
Lt. Col. refusing to go back to Afghanistan citing
that Obama is illegitimate.

While relieving commanders is nothing new to all branches
of the military, what is alarming is the rate at which
they are occurring now. Even soldiers finding any reason
whatsoever to either leave the battlezone or
not even deploy.

I can only speculate as to each commander but the trends
are much higher now after an 8 yr war on terrorism.
This means that not only is stress of war getting to
the individual soldiers, but to their commanders as well.




posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 09:49 PM
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Dear boondock-saint

It all sounds good to me.

It sounds like they have seen through the lies.

What we need now is for them all to get together and attack the real villain of this episode in human history TPTB.



posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 10:11 PM
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I does sound like some kind of sea change has occurred,

but what it is or what it bodes have absolutely no idea at this point.

Maybe they are bring back some ethics to the military command,
maybe they are getting ready to implement the final acts of police statery & marshal law . . .

Maybe it is at the discretion of their alien masters?

I really have no idea.

Wouldn't be surprised if whoever is sponsoring it finds it changes things far less than they had hoped.



posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 10:31 PM
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Several scenarios appear likely, including what you suggest. Perhaps there is something to the claim of military support in currently developing events - Perhaps that support element has been discovered - Perhaps there's a different movement going on in the military that blindsides us completely. But a significant increase in military command restructuring among numerous branches concurrently seems highly unusual to me. One has to wonder about the privateers deployed with our troops on the battlefield and intelligence services - that situation has to be gut wrenching for soldiers - career military.

gj




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