Robert Steele: Will US and French Armies Be Key to Taking Down Deep State?

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U.S. Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Mark A. Milley, hosts Gen. Jean-Pierre Bosser, Chief of Staff, French Army, during a counter-part visit in Arlington, Va., December 1, 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Chuck Burden)

The shadow foreign minister of France sent me the below headline, asking what I thought. I told him that while we all know that Sorcha Faal is a fabrication shop with one David Booth behind the scenes, that I and my editors value Sorcha Faal because the links are always real and useful, and the narrative — which may be contrived — is always worth considering,

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In my view General Milley’s commitment to the Constitution is priceless. I have written before about how our military has lost its integrity and obeyed illegal unconstitutional orders (e.g. invading Iraq on the basis of 935 known lies).

As the president prepares to shut down the US border, with my fellow former Marine lieutenant now Commandant of the Marine Corps Bob Neller contemplating resignation because he thinks securing the border is beneath him, this is a very good time to reflect on the Constitution, the US military, the President’s good instincts, and the pressing need to appoint a Secretary of Defense with intelligence, integrity, and imagination — someone who can defend the border, leave NATO, close all our bases overseas, stop funding dicators and their repressive militaries, and help the military-industrial complex beat swords into plowshares.

I learned the hard way, watching Senator John Warner (R-VA) defeat the National Security Act of 1992 that included an Open Source Agency — reform has to be job and revenue neutral from state to state and district to district if it is to have any hope.  Fair enough. What is lacking at the top in DoD  today is someone who understands that our Grand Strategy must repurpose defense from being a cesspool for spending money on profitable waste that cannot win wars, toward an engine for DOMESTIC peace and prosperity with the ability to destroy any enemy anywhere from a standing start AT HOME.

Securing the border is fundamental. Bringing our troops and their wallets home is fundamental. Ending waste and 90% profit for banks while creating tens of millions of jobs in infrastructure at home is fundamental.  Defense is the linch pin for a renaissance of the American economy, but only if the focus shifts from scattered forces abroad, to concentrated home-based catalysts for economic innovation at home.

See Also:

Robert Steele: Reflections on The People’s Army, The Constitution, & Grand Strategy

Robert Steele: How Our Military Can Help Defend the Border UPDATE 13: Trump Wins, Acting SecDef to be Replaced?


Robert Steele: Grand Strategy, Global Reality, & Re-Inventing US National Security Centered on Re-Inventing the US Army

Lawrence Wilkerson: What IS The Empire’s Strategy? Hint: None at All. Remarks as Delivered to the Ron Paul Institute Conference on Media & War, 18 April 2018 Washington, D.C.

1992 AIJ Winter National Security Act of 1992

1989 General Al Gray on Global Intelligence Challenges

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Lets see what kind of a “SPY” Mr. Steele is:
    Can he name these people who are the deep state???
    Why doesn’t he name them???
    Perhaps he could explain exactly what deep state is???

  2. I agree with your idea’s and my 21st Century Declaration Of Independence sets off my own idea of putting some OPENING up the “secrets” so the Reality Must be Truthful to be Useful, and that ‘reality’ should be based on Flat Facts & the Brutal Truths that the EVIDENCE can NEVER EVER be kept ‘secret’ for a 25 year Maximum, including sources, methods, names and positions, the ALL of the Who, What, When, Were, Why and How. If ‘rouge’ Government Parts have likely more than 30 Trillion in debt and only going to pile on. I know that if the Extraterrestrial Biological Entities and their machines were made public we could turn things around and make our Space Program would be set us off into the Universe. Between the UFOs, Strange Harvest of Cattle Mutilations, Complex Crop Glyphs, we are being watched and likely even already have a base on Mars in Downtown Cydonia. Be interested in your view of the 21st Century beginning.

  3. I can’t speak for the Army, and I am sure Gordon can confirm. But the naval officer corps is a vain, petty, corrupt, and incompetent gaggle of losers. They are totally without honor. There are exceptions, but those officers get out as soon as possible once they know the score.

    • The army is much the same, and it is by design. The US Army command, from top down to pretty low levels has been a distinctly sub-standard, third rate organisation since the 1950s, all the good men are deliberately weeded out and discarded by the time they reach the level of colonel and only those with ‘moral flexibility’ are promoted. Your description of the Navy fits the Army to a tee.

    • I believe the German officer corps were mostly fine people made up of generations of officers and from what I’ve read they were gentlemen and had more class than most of our own officer corps. They were very cultured.
      Just look at what sort of military we have today. I would never encourage my children( if I had any) to even consider enlisting in the military.
      Ian, you speak of moral flexibility in the Army but you can also apply it to the tens of millions of so called xtians in America who support israel and have no problem when Palestinian children are murdered by IDF snipers.
      Talk about moral flexibility. The commandment “thou shall not kill is negotiable.”

    • The German Officer Corps was dominated by Prussians, many of them from the land owning Junker class, which meant they owned estates in the east, on territory that is today Lithuania and Poland. This meant that the general populace of the region in which these Junker officers came from was largely Slavic, not German, therefore the Junkers saw Slavs as peasants and beneath them. This was why they readily accepted the Nazi Untermensch rhetoric and were all too willing to turn a blind eye to the worst excesses of the Nazi regime – the Prussian Junkers were very arrogant, very racist and very convinced they were superior. As for Christians and moral flexibility, there is nothing new about that, they have always been selective about who they applied their moral stance to, just look at their truly murderous and genocidal track record when it comes to dealing with people with dark skin, be it the hundreds of millions of black Africans taken into slavery or the millions of ‘heathens’ slaughtered by the various crusades over several centuries, be they northern European pagans or middle eastern Muslims.

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