Russia’s Plans to Start WWIII
January 22, 2014
The Common Sense Show
Why are Russian soldiers in Alaska? Why has Obama facilitated the giveaway of seven Alaskan Islands? Why is the Russian military moving a massive military force into the Arctic? Why is the Arctic becoming a focal point of Russian industrial activity? Why is Obama dismantling the nuclear command structure of the United States? These are the dots on the wall and this article will connect these dots.
The Cold War Between the US Military and the Obama Administration
There is a distinct bifurcation between the United States Military and the Obama administration as witnessed by the sacking of 224 senior military commanders which has transpired during Obama’s tenure as President. Now, with the latest scandal involving 38 senior officers connected to our nuclear arsenal, the number of fired military commanders will surely grow to 262 officers. Never before has this country witnessed the dismantling of its military command structure in such a dramatic fashion. The following paragraphs will make Obama’s intentions clear as the Russian plans to invade the United States are exposed and Obama is complicit to this end.
The facts surrounding the latest scandal, which alleges that 38 military commanders are running a drug operation and routinely cheat on recertification exams, seemed bogus from the very beginning. First, having had a father who was involved in the installation in the first nukes on an American naval vessel, I can attest to the fact that security surrounding such operations is intense. The Military Code of Justice, the presence of draconian and punitive national security oaths as well as rigid security checks for all immediate family members is intense. As a child, I lived through the security checks.
The personnel in our nuclear arsenal, especially in the command positions, are routinely drug tested by outside Federal agencies which are not under the control of the military. I can unequivocally state that there was no drug ring associated with these military commanders. Could cheating on recertification exams have occurred? Certainly, there would have been a collegiality among personnel connected to the nuclear arsenal of this country. Could lines have crossed? Perhaps, but with security the way that it is, the blatant cheating is not probable and did not occur. The competition to serve in the nuclear arsenal is intense. The men and women working in this endeavor are the best and brightest in the military. The likelihood that the senior commanders of the nuclear arsenal were guilty of these offenses would be the metaphorical equivalent of David Rockefeller getting busted for shoplifting a pack of gum from Walmart.