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BREAKING: Obama Receives Letter From U.S. Army Major… People Are STUNNED

This combat vet DESTROYS Obama!

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20-year Army veteran, MAJ(R) Matthew Wadler, penned this drastic letter to Obama. The words of this articulate letter will leave you stunned.

This letter comes from a very experienced and educated Army veteran who was deployed once to Somalia and twice to Afghanistan. It’s very crystal clear that MAJ(R) Wadler knows what he’s talking about.

Wadler was concerned with the recent sentence commute of the treason tranny, Chelsea Elizabeth Bradley Edward Manning.  Wadler expresses one major concern for all soldiers and civilians – that if the President is not willing to punish those who betray the country, then what happens next? Will more people betray America because they know the punishment is a slap on the limp tranny wrist? Or maybe every spy whose caught can turn themselves into a transgender and receive a get out of jail free card?

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Here’s an excerpt from Wadler’s letter to Obama:

How can you expect the men and women who are fighting your wars to keep faith when they know that you are not going to punish those who betray them? During my second tour in Afghanistan, my unit lost a soldier on a mission. I had never met this man, and to this day I could not identify him even if I saw a picture of him. However, his death haunts me often. See, he was killed by an insurgent who had become an Afghanistan police officer. He was actually shot in the head from behind, so he never even had a chance to defend himself. Why would this soldier’s death affect me so much? It was when I discovered from his platoon leader that he died on his young daughter’s birthday and that she was expecting a call from her daddy, who was deployed on your orders, Mr. President. This is the gift you give to her and all of those who lost parents, brothers, sisters, etc. Her life will always be missing something because of the sacrifice he was willing to make. And you honor that sacrifice by allowing a war criminal to go free. Not even just a war criminal, but a former brother in arms for whom any of us would have given our lives.

President Obama, I cannot begin to express to you the outrage and betrayal I feel. My nation has turned on all of us who swore to protect it—remember you are not a man anymore but the embodiment of all that this great nation represents. I don’t expect any of this to affect you. I don’t believe you lower yourself to feel the pain of those who followed your orders into battle. Nor can I envision you actually concerning yourself with the opinion of one lowly veteran. However, with all of that said, I never believed you would so blatantly spit in our faces either. I guess the joke is on not just me, but all of us who have served under you.

 

Some might argue that this betrayal lead to exposure of the NSA for the American people. But does that make it right to do? This is something that people will need to make up their own mind on. On what level was any of this right or wrong? Can any form of betrayal have any level of tolerance? I doubt it. What if Manning claims he did this for America? Well what did I get out of it? Nothing. I don’t think. I’m not worried about the NSA and they’re not worried about me, so I could care less. They could tell me they’re not paying attention to me and slip a microchip in my ear as I sleep at the doctor’s waiting room. It phases me not one bit because I’m not an anti-government person whose paranoid nor has a tin hat collection.

Obama coughed one up and spit it right on our military. He sends them to battle, then betrays the soldiers who fight for him.

If there’s any betrayal to talk about, then Obama’s betrayal of the United States military is just as bad, actually worse, than Mr. Manning’s betrayal.

This is why I believe leaders of the free world should march their men into battle. If you’re not willing to fight with your troops, then don’t send them to fight YOUR battles, only to come home and disrespect them. Fight with your soldiers or don’t waste their time. We need to bring back the days where our leaders marched up front with swords and fought till they could fight no more.

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The Little Known History Of Our WW II Women Code Breakers

American women are badass!

Chuck Yarling

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Most everyone knows about the Navaho code talkers, those Indians who used a version of their own language to transmit tactical information between units in the Pacific theater during WW II. Indeed, several were feted in the Oval of the White House. 

But were you aware of the women WW II code breakers? Most haven’t. So here it is.

First of all, code breakers were those patriots whose sole job was to decode enemy intelligence messages and transmit the information to our troop commanders.

It all began shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. There were two operations in effect. In the spring of 1942, the Navy began sending out recruiting letters to the top men and women at the elite colleges they were attending.

In early meetings, the women were given

A brief introduction to the arcane history of codes and ciphers, along with numbered problem sets they were to complete every week.

Those who answered enough of their given problems correctly and completed a subsequent course were hired to work in the Navy’s Washington, D.C., headquarters in the spring of 1942.

At the same time, the Army was doing the very same thing.

The common attributes of the chosen women? They all were all

Adept at math or science or foreign languages, often all three. They were dutiful and patriotic. They were adventurous and willing. And they did not expect any public credit for the clandestine intelligence work they were entering into.

The difference between the women hired by the Navy and Army was the latter: The Army sent the women to serve outside the U.S. and some were sent them to

Australia and the Pacific Islands, and even with Gen. Douglas MacArthur when he occupied Tokyo after the war.

The success of these code breakers was phenomenal.

U.S. and British penetration of the Nazi Enigma cipher that German Admiral Karl Donitz used to direct his U-boat commanders helped bring about the total elimination of the Nazi submarine threat.

Other women helped create “dummy traffic”: fake radio signals that helped fool the Germans into believing the D-Day invasion would take place in Norway or the Pas-de-Calais region of France—rather than on the beaches of Normandy.

So why didn’t we find out about these patriots sooner? They were all sworn to secrecy. They couldn’t tell anyone what they were doing. And it was only recently that the book entitled, Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II was published.

Now here is the most interesting tidbit about the story of the women code breakers. From Liz Mundy, the book’s author:

After the war, the Army and Navy code-breaking operations merged to become what is now the National Security Adminstration (NSA) — and it was women who helped found the field of clandestine eavesdropping, and in many cases who shaped the early culture of the NSA.

So now you know about the little-known history of our WW II women code breakers.

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Anti-Trump West Point Grad Makes SICK Threat Before Army-Navy Game – Pissed Cadets Make Him Pay

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Thanks to 8 years of Barack Hussein Obama infiltrating our White House, young people now think that Communism and Marxism is the hip new thing, where brainless millennials now openly celebrate the massacre of millions of innocents and the idiotically wear Che Guevara shirts, while lecturing the rest of us on concepts of “freedom” and “equality.” Obama fanboy and West Point graduate Spenser Rapone made headlines several months ago after outing himself as hardcore Communist, where he expressed extreme anti-American views and decided to write “Communism will win” on the inside of his hat, plastering the image all over social media.

Ever since being ousted as a Communist and an enemy of our country, this West Point graduate has been constantly taking to social media to vomit his extremist views into the universe. He openly called Defense James Mattis “the most “evil, vile f***”, and called for political violence against the right, referring to President Trump as a “fascist.” Rapone also attacked Vice President Mike Pence in a tweet from August: “Holy s*** what world do these people live in? “Mediocre and conservative?” Pence is a fucking medieval, cold-blooded killer.”

For reasons that defy all logic, not only was the newly-commissioned officer allowed to stay in the military, but will now go on to command military units as an officer, indoctrinating Soldiers with the very same views that our government put people to death for during war during the Cold War. While being a Communist might be acceptable behavior at West Point in the year 2017, this Communist punk was never prepared for the nasty surprise he got over the weekend during the Army-Navy game, that no doubt has his Che Guevara boxers in a gigantic wad.

Even though West Point appears to have low standards for the officers they’re commissioning, thankfully, most young people in our military don’t share these same views, and Navy cadets over the weekend wanted to ensure that the communist scumbag got the message loud and clear that communism will never be accepted behavior in our military.

“Midshipmen from the Naval Academy taunted their West Point cadet rivals at the Army-Navy Game in Philadelphia on Saturday with chants and signs mocking them over avowed communist 2nd Lt. Spenser Rapone. Rapone is a 2016 West Point grad who posted photos of himself in uniform with messages promoting communism,” The Gateway Pundit reported. “The signs which said, “Communism Won’t Win” and “NOT COMMUNIST” were posted to Twitter by Marine vet Julio Rosas who is a staffer with the Independent Journal Review and by an unaffiliated viewer.”

It’s good to see our future officers taking a stand against communism and openly mocking Rapone as he seeks to indoctrinate others with his extreme anti-American sentiments. According to a source who counseled Rapone for his social media activity, he revealed  there are “almost certainly” other cadets who either held or still hold similar views to the avowed Communist.

It’s inconceivable that someone who has openly expressed such hostile views towards our President and towards our government would be allowed keep their commission in the military. Senator Marco Rubio has been on a warpath in recent weeks to get the officer’s commission revoked, where he requested that the United States Army “immediately nullify Rapone’s commission and pursue all available disciplinary options under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.”

“I respectfully request the United States Army immediately nullify Rapone’s commission and pursue all available disciplinary options under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Rapone should be required to pay back in full the cost of his education and the United States Military Academy should consider revoking his degree,” Senator Rubio’s letter reads.

“It is extremely concerning that someone who so often expressed such hostile views towards the United States’ system of government was able to obtain a commission,” Senator Rubio continued, referencing 2LT Rapone’s anti-American social media postings. “Rapone’s revolutionary ideas were harbored long before he was commissioned as an Army Second Lieutenant. Were West Point administrators or faculty aware of his views and behavior?”

What the hell is going on in our military where it’s now acceptable behavior for our military leaders to openly oppose our government and call for violence for the very same Commander-in-Chief that they’ve sworn an oath to? Are we really so weak as a country that political correctness is now the key factor in every decision made by our leaders? Just 5 years ago, this idiot would’ve been tossed out on his ear, and prosecuted with every single disciplinary action possible under UCMJ for his communist views. Now this idiot will not only get off scot-free, but now will be allowed to command military units, while making decisions through the lens of his Communist goals for our country, while throwing the message in our faces that “communism will win.”

H/T [Veteran AF]

 

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Thank Our Military Servicemen And Women But Praise Our Heroes

Chuck Yarling

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With the continuing wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other places across the globe, well-meaning citizens are increasingly calling all of our military servicemen and women as well as veterans: heroes.

One could draw an argument that this began with President Bush and the beginning of these current conflicts after the voracious attack by Muslim extremists on 9/11. As a veteran, President Bush visited the troops in the field during unannounced trips and continued his actions by visiting wounded military men and women in the hospital – again without the press.

Without a doubt, this overt display of patriotism by the American public is something that we see more frequently now that President Trump is in office. Indeed, the former candidate and now president, has made it a mission of his to keep his and America’s attention on our military.

Most Americans appreciate Trump’s actions. However, it is now obvious that too many people, pundits, and even military organizations are calling all active duty military as well as veterans “heroes”. Many of us veterans think the word reduces the significance of those whose actions have proven themselves to actually be heroes.

Perhaps this comes from one of the definitions of a hero. Dictionary.com defines hero as

A person who, in the opinion of others, asspecial achievements, abilities, or personal qualities and is regarded as a role model or ideal. 

However, take a look at a second definition of a hero from Dictionary.com:

A person noted for courageous acts or nobility of character.

Please don’t get misunderstand: our soldiers really appreciate your kind gestures and appreciation. Indeed, please feel free to thank them for their service, dedication to their mission, and let them know that you appreciate the sacrifice they are making to their personal and their families lives by choosing to serve our country. However, be aware that the definition of a hero should be anyone who has performed a courageous act of valor for someone else without regard for his or her own safety or life.

For instance, consider those firefighters who entered the smoking buildings of the twin towers in New York City right after the attacks by Muslim jihadists. How about the passengers on Flight 93 who intentionally fought off their attackers resulting in its crashing in a Pennsylvania field, all of whom perished because of their actions?

Then, of course, there are those courageous servicemen and women about whom you’ve read of their receiving the Silver Star or Medal of Honor medals. These are the highest medals available to be given by our military. All of these people deserve to be called heroes!

President Trump recently called veterans ”This Country’s Greatest National Treasure”. This is a perfect description that many of us veterans easily accept.

Just remember: when our military men and women go about the job to which they committed themselves, they are not heroes and they will gladly accept your thanks for their service. However, many of us do ask that you lavish your praise upon our true heroes.

They’re the ones that really deserve it!

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