Trump Is Clearly Preparing for Civil War
By Dave Hodges
December 17th, 2016
“What we used to talk about that is coming, is no longer coming, it is already here”
About nine months ago, Steve Quayle, on my radio show, made the above observation. In the time since that show, I am reminded, almost daily about how correct Steve was when he made that statement on my show. The day of decision is here. The proverbial line in the sand has been drawn. You are either an activist or a victim. You are either a globalist or a nationalist. You are either a Christian or not. If you are saved, then you may go forward with courage because your destiny is already assured. Unquestionably the hour of decision is here and the fence that many of you have sitting on has turned to splinters and you will soon be forced off of the fence of indecision.
Two of Obama’s Nominee’s Tell You What Is Coming
General “Mad Dog” Mattis, is General Patton, metaphorically reincarnated. From my perspective as a student of history, Patton was America’s greatest battlefield commander, hands down. As much as the political and military leadership would have liked to permanently have sidelined Patton, they needed him to win. Patton would rip through enemy defenses at rate that amazed our enemies and allies, but then he would turn around and bluntly tell the truth and embarrass our military and political leadership. However, he was so indispensable that our leadership kept bringing him back to the battlefield. This was the pattern for Patton, beginning in North Africa and continuing through the end of the war. Many feel that Patton saved the war in Europe with his rescue mission to Bastogne, in the critical Battle of the Bulge. After the war, Patton spoke of kicking the Russians backside as he spoke of the Soviets as the next greatest threat to America. When he would not shut up, he was assassinated. The Cold War with Russia commenced in earnest in the year of his death.
To some extent Patton’s biography, although a little less colorful, is the modern day version of General Mattis. Quietly forced out of the military by Obama, Mattis knows how to fight and win. He demonstrated time and time again, that he was willing to make the necessary sacrifices to achieve victory. He is gruff and uncouth, like Patton, and he is a winner that commanded tremendous respect from his subordinates, both officers and enlisted personnel. I applauded Mattis’ nomination of Defense Secretary because America is in crisis and he is what we need at this critical time.
General Kelly, another Trump nominee, is a little more polished, from a public relations perspective, than Mattis, but nonetheless he’s accomplished as a commander who accepts nothing but victory. Finally, the military will be in good hands, if Trump assumes the Presidency. Like Mattis, Kelly is feared and highly respected by the troops he has commanded. Both Generals are charismatic and very skilled leaders.
Why do I feel this analysis of these two great Generals is needed? The nomination of these two Generals by Trump, demonstrates what Trump thinks is coming. What is coming is a civil war in which the American military is likely to bifurcate. Trump needs military staff within his administration who will be able to lead and more importantly, convince military units to join with Trump in upcoming confrontations. And the recent turn of events point to the fact that this monumental confrontation is very close at hand.
One final comment along this line of thinking: As many long-time readers of The Common Sense Show will remember, I have written extensively about UWEX 16. This is Jade Helm 16 and what are they practicing for? As I demonstrated in previous articles, that through the publication of the Biz Op ads for people to play the role of American Guerrilla chieftains in an upcoming civil conflict, something very serious is coming. Clearly, someone in the Obama administration believes that large portions of the American military are going to go rogue and stand with the people. The drill took place on four military bases in Texas and included the use of foreign troops. They were practicing for what is coming and what I am about to reveal in the following paragraphs.
The Positioning of Assets for the Coming Civil War