The disappearing Generals

Last summer when I did my post:why is the government buying up so much ammo?  I started it off by saying, “Let me put my tin foil hat on today”. At the time, no one was commenting yet about it. Yesterday, the story finally hit Drudge. So with the same caveat, let me preface this post the same way. It is too surreal to think it true, yet…… so here we go down the rabbit hole together one more time:

Marine Gen. John Allen is planning to retire rather than be re-nominated for the powerful post of NATO supreme allied commander-Europe, after White House officials forced him to step aside, a source familiar with the discussions told Fox News on Wednesday:.

“He’s out,” the source said. “I know he is retiring. He was pushed out of the door.”  Read more: Fox News

And there is word that Gen. Mad Dog Mattis is stepping down from CENTCOM command due to questioning Obama’s handlers on Iran. Washington Free Beacon:

“Word on the national security street is that General James Mattis is being given the bum’s rush out of his job as commander of Central Command, and is being told to vacate his office several months earlier than planned.”

Beside them, It is stunning to me that over the course of the past four years, our military generals are being eliminated for one reason or another. This ongoing list includes from what I could find:

Gen. David Patraeus

Gen. William Ward

Gen. David Mc Kiernan

Gen. Stanley Mc Crystal

Gen. Carter F. Hamm

Well, there is five right off the bat. What do these brave men all have in common? They have all served under the Obama regime and have all been either fired, forced to resign, or forced to retire for one reason or another.

Knowing that these men all have held top positions in the military, and that they would have the means to remove an illegal President by force if necessary, is it possible that the Obama regime wanted these potential threats out of the way in preparation for any future policy decisions that he may be planning to make?

We already know that in his first term, Obama has circumvented Congress and the US Constitution on several occasions. H/T: Western Journalism

 For a great update that came out today, check out Obama’s war on American Generals

Earlier post Top Military leaders new requirement- Williing to shoot Americans?

Anyone familiar with Obama’s radical background will find this Facebook post by author Jim Garrow as believable as it is terrifying. Garrow is a respected activist who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work rescuing baby girls from one-child China. His source is “one of America’s foremost military heroes.”

I have just been informed by a former senior military leader that Obama is using a new “litmus test” in determining who will stay and who must go in his military leaders. Get ready to explode folks. “The new litmus test of leadership in the military is if they will fire on US citizens or not”. Those who will not are being removed.

Of course by now we know about Bill Ayer, formerly of the Weather Underground. Here is a Jim Grathwohl interview.

In 1969, Weather Underground founders Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn (who were to become Pres. Obama’s personal friends and associates for many years) put Charles Manson on the cover of their occasional newspaper, “Fire”. At what was billed as a “War Council” in Flint Michigan that same year, Ayers and his comrades took to greeting eachother with “the fork” – three fingers pointed upwards, in honor of Manson. (Google Dohrn’s Flint conference quote on Manson – and Sharon Tate, who was 8 1/2 months pregnant at the time.) In 1972 Ayers dedicated the WU’s manifesto, “Prairie Fire”, to his cultural and political heroes — a list which included Sen. Robert Kennedy’s assassin, Sirhan Sirhan.

Throughout their career as terrorist bombers, Ayers and Dohrn were constantly trying to break the Left free of its “bourgeois” commitment to any standard of justice or decency. By adopting Charles Manson as their own, by praising Manson as a hero of the counterculture, they hoped to smash the Left’s “bourgeois” ties to civilization and thus spark similar acts of horrific “revolutionary” violence against innocent people.

Over 400 people attended that Flint conference. Can’t help but wonder what positions they have now, unknown to anyone but each other.

P.S. Left-wing ’60s radical and onetime domestic terrorist Bill Ayers will be a keynote speaker at the Association of Teacher Educators annual conference in Atlanta this month.


24 Responses to “The disappearing Generals”

  1. General Ham. why were forces not deployed in Benghazi?? | BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

    […]  ….the latest Generals to fall were involved in Africa, closer to the charade that is going on. Keep your eye on Carter Ham, if he decides to sing it is all over. Particularly of interest is to find out if Patraeus was being blackmailed to go along with the program under threat of dismissal. Perhaps he refused in the end to be a team player. Recall The Disappearing Generals post? […]


  2. Obama gets rid of more Generals | BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

    […] Perhaps the story that more Generals are biting the dust will turn out to be as good as story as Benghazi and the IRS that broke this week. More importantly, the latest Generals to fall were involved in Africa, closer to the charade that is going on. Particularly of interest is to find out if Patraeus was being blackmailed to go along with the program under threat of dismissal. Perhaps he refused in the end to be a team player. Recall The Disappearing Generals post? […]


  3. Wayne Washburn Says:

    One of the first thing’s Stalin did in the USSR was to ‘ purge ‘ the officer corp’s of all who’s loyalty to him personaly was in doubt. ……Just sayin…


    • bunkerville Says:

      Good point, and Hitler failed to do the ultimate cleansing of his officers to his peril.. Thanks for stopping by.


  4. Obama works to purge online opponents « BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

    […] Now that Obama and crowd are purging or reassigning the military leadership themselves- The dissapearing Generals- of those who disagree with our “Emperor”, it makes sense. It reminded me of the post […]


  5. Lorron Hidalgo Says:

    I read your initial report on this matter. I was infuriated and intrigued at the same time. Please keep me abreast of any updates in this matter as well all other issues a Patriot would find of interest. Thank You.


    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks for stopping by.


  6. Maui Jim Says:

    Reblogged this on The Surf Report and commented:
    The disappearing Generals


  7. shekinah419 Says:

    Reblogged this on servehiminthewaiting and commented:
    I am glad people finally realize he is serious about taking this country down, but it may be too late to do anything about it now.


  8. Ducky's here Says:

    “Knowing that these men all have held top positions in the military, and that they would have the means to remove an illegal President by force if necessary …”
    Stunning. If we needed more proof that the fringe right is delirious …


    • bunkerville Says:

      Well Ducky, if you can come up with a better reason have at it.


  9. Bunkerville: “The Disappearing Generals” | theflyingcameldotorg Says:

    […] Read the rest at Bunkerville […]


  10. Designs by Dianne Says:

    On Drudge today he shows that this corrupt administr. has twisted again another concept: “public safety” = means “their own personal safety”. It’s not difficult to figure that they’ll get rid of the good by calling it bad. Also, use test subjects like Sgt. Robert Bales, who’ll kill without conscience (conditioned – crazed) to further their agenda. With drones and ‘test subjects’ coming home from Afghanistan {33K or so} what could go wrong? When good is called evil and evil good:


    • bunkerville Says:

      These are difficult times.


      • Greg Says:

        Make that Troubling Times


  11. Hyperborean Says:

    Keep stepping on the toes of the military, Obama. You’ve learned nothing from Rome. This is good.


    • bunkerville Says:

      Excellent point. History tends to repeat itself.


      • Hyperborean Says:

        This is precisely why the Founders (or at least some them) didn’t want a standing army. But historically, the people you don’t want to upset is the military. Take the 1989 example of the Romanian revolution.


  12. Always On Watch Says:

    The remaking of our military into a military that will enforce Obama’s version of a new world order?


    • bunkerville Says:

      Something is up. No question about it. Those who chose to remain ignorant do so at their peril.


  13. Asylum Watch Says:

    So when does the movement begin to repeal the 22nd Amendment so Obama can run for a third term?


    • bunkerville Says:

      You are extremely optimistic today. You think Obama will be interested in repealing an amendment? He cares little for the others. 🙂


      • chonn1 Says:

        Nah, he doesn’t need to repeal an amendment. He can declare a state of emergency via some type of false-flag operation and proclaim martial law.


      • bunkerville Says:

        Right you are. He will not stop for anyone or thing now.


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