Authored by Pete Blaber, former commander of the Army’s Special Missions Unit, and appears in full on his website. This is a powerful read and paints the complete picture of a Department of Defense Command Staff having gone completely off the rails. These people, including communist sympathizer and traitor to the American People, Mark Milley, cannot be trusted with the security of America. It should be abundantly clear that they are not concerned with winning wars but perpetuating this hideous idea that the US military is some sort of social experiment – a view that the People’s Liberation Army does not share. Thus it is upon the American people themselves to prepare for the institutional failures, which only comes through training.-NCS

Jan. 3, 2021: Instead of making sure that Biden knew as much key information about the current situation in Afghanistan as possible, General Milley and Sec-Def Austin had other priorities. According to excerpts from the book, “I Alone Can Fix It“, in the first days of Jan., General Milley was warned by ‘a retired military friend’ that President Trump and his supporters were trying to “overturn the government” after losing the election.  “They may try, but they’re not going to f***ing succeed,” Milley told his aides, according to the book. “You can’t do this without the military,” he added. “You can’t do this without the CIA and the FBI. We’re the guys with guns. This is a Reichstag moment,” he said. “These guys are Nazis, they’re boogaloo boys, they’re Proud Boys. These are the same people we fought in World War II,” he is quoted as saying.

Note: Apparently General Milley’s understanding of the Constitution he swore to protect did not include the First Amendment. The First Amendment guarantees freedoms concerning religion, expression, assembly, and the right to petition. It also expressly prohibits Congress from restricting the rights of individual citizens to speak freely, to assemble peaceably, and to petition their government.

Jan. 8, 2021: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called General Milley to discuss President Donald Trump and the nuclear codes. “This morning, I spoke to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley to discuss available precautions for preventing an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike. The situation of this unhinged President could not be more dangerous, and we must do everything that we can to protect the American people from his unbalanced assault on our country and our democracy.

Jan. 8, 2021: After talking on the phone with Nancy Pelosi, General Milley called his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Li Zuocheng of the People’s Liberation Army. According to  Bob Woodward, who interviewed General Milley for his book “Peril”, this was the second time Milley contacted Li to reassure him that the U.S. would not make any type of advances or attack China in any form. “We are 100% steady. Everything’s fine. But democracy can be sloppy sometimes.” Note: Milley would later confirm both the call  from Pelosi and the follow-on call to his Chinese counterpart General Li. He would later claim he made the call based on “concerning intelligence regarding China.” The former U.S. Director of National Intelligence (DNI) John Ratcliffe, who at the time controlled all the intelligence General Milley had access to stated: “There was no concerning intelligence that merited a call to his Chinese counterpart. The idea that he’d have better or different intelligence, or have concerns about it that he wouldn’t share with me as the president’s principal intelligence adviser, or with the President himself, is absurd,” he said.

Feb 3d 2021: As for the Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III, in his first week as Secretary of Defense he orders a “DOD-wide stand down to discuss the problem of extremism in the ranks”. Austin and General Milley met with service civilian leaders and service military leaders to discuss the problem of extremism. During this meeting they directed the “stand down” to occur for all military units over the next 60 days, This is so “each service, each command, and each unit can take the time out to have these needed discussions with the men and women of the force,” Milley said. The ‘extremism’ stand-down ended on the 3d of April.

14 April 2021: Joe Biden announces to the world press that all troops and civilian contractors will be withdrawn from Afghanistan by 11 September, the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.  This edict was delivered to the Military and CIA without any explanation for the “logic of why” it made sense. The U.S. had 2,500 to 3,500 troops in Afghanistan when Biden announced the decision. “Speed is safety” Biden said as he announced his decision to override his military commanders on the ground. Note: Joe Biden did not consult General Scott Miller before he made the decision. Why would you reduce your military foot-print to less then 700 when the US embassy in Kabul still had ~4,000 defenseless state department personnel on the ground? It didn’t make any sense then and it doesn’t make sense now.

• Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff both had gone on record in support of not reducing the American presence in Afghanistan below 2,500 unless the security situation improved which it hadn’t.

15 April 2021: US military on the ground in Afghanistan are stunned as their Afghan military and political allies look to them for answers. The foundational logic upon which the entire withdrawal plan had been built and based was that Bagram would be the base of operations for the remaining US Forces and their Afghan Special Forces counterparts. Bagram has everything the Kabul Airport doesn’t: secure stand-off range around the entire perimeter, multiple 10,000 foot run-ways, Advanced Air Traffic Control radar, and hundreds of buildings and hangers to include medical facilities that could be used to house and process the 86,000 Afghans who had already been Biometric vetted and registered. The 2d order effect of Bidens decision to renege on the US commitment to leaving 2,500 military forces behind was painfully obvious to all military and CIA personnel on the ground at the time: without the 2,500 troops the military would no longer have enough manpower to operate and protect Bagram airfield. Prior to this date, there was never any thought or plan to close Bagram.

4 May 2021: As expected by on-the-ground military, the Taliban were emboldened by the announcement and launched their first major offensive on the Afghan military in the Helmand province. They also attack several nearby provinces. Requests to interdict the Taliban convoys and use US ISR assets (Intel-Surveillance-Reconnaissance ) were denied.

Read the rest. They left Americans to die and didn’t give a damn.

Get trained up, folks.