For what purpose? Everything done in the world of macro politics has a purpose and it is very. very likely that the true reasons are hidden by the wrappings of lies for media and public consumption. Whatever it is, however, the end game is far outside of the capacity of the Narcissist in Chief to execute or even dream up, it is that of the “hidden State”, the transnational wealth & power elites that pull the strings. The truth may only be revealed in our nightmares.
For whatever purpose, beyond the normal retirement process, these officer removals serve, I know that without any doubts that they will have no effect on the Military Industrial Complex’s profits, nor that they have occurred because of the “liberal” Obama’s aversion to war and the deaths of others in foreign lands. Universal peace may be the stated goals of the fascist elites transnational, anti-nationalist philosophy, but its attainment will only come, they believe, after the deluge of war, economic collapse and from a weakened population- the cry for the tyranny they seek to impose.
“Can you imagine someone today looking for a leader to execute the Doolittle Raid [on Tokyo] and suggesting that it be assigned to a dare-devil boozer whose attributes [nonetheless] are [those of a needed warrior] he had respect of his men, an awesome ability to fly, and the organizational skills to put all together?” No way. “Where are all the dynamic leaders of the past?” I’ll tell you, adds the piece: “[t]hey were fired before they made major.”Numbers tell the tale: 197 officers purged in the five years up to October 2013 – this according to Stand Up America, a media organization founded by army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely (ret.). That’s an extraordinary number. Later figures are unavailable (probably hidden).
It appears that senior officers who wanted to aid those under siege at Benghazi were purged. A January 2015 article at AMAC.US named Gen. Carter Hamm, in charge of African Command, and Rear Admiral Charles Gaouette, a carrier commander in the Mediterranean at the time, as believed relieved because of their indications to aid. “Take a look at some of the nine who have been fired or relieved of duty [since Benghazi],” writes AMAC’s Joseph R. Carducci. “This is one of the largest and fastest purges of military commanders that has ever been recorded.”