Aesop ain’t too happy about the Berghdal fiasco.
Six GOOD soldiers died looking for Bergdouche.
The US Army just shit on their graves.
In public. On purpose. Officially.
That should be grounds for Article 134 proceedings against the military judge in this case.
Works for me—especially seeing as how this putz of a judge openly stated that his ruling would be influenced by Trump’s statements about Bergdahl.
While the president already tweeted his displeasure with the sentence, that isn’t nearly enough.
Retire the Army Chief of Staff immediately. He’s lost all control of the organization, clearly.
Ditto for every general officer promoted to that grade between 2009 and 2017.
That military judge and World-Class Puss of All Time front-runner, Col. Jeffrey Nance, needs to be retired immediately today, if not court-martialed himself under Article 134.
If there is some statute under which he might be shot in lieu of Bergdouche, by all means, put him against a wall and open fire. Start at his toes, and work upwards. It might take several magazines to get the job done, but there’s no sense quitting after the first 50 or 100 rounds. Make every other military judge in the JAG Corps watch.
And if Sec Army and SecDef can’t manager that level of official displeasure at the rot in the military, just cut to the chase:
Appoint the still-unpunished-five-weeks-later(!) open communist 2LT Spencer Rapone the new Chief of Staff, make the Army’s berets pink, take away their rifles, replace male combat boots with much-deserved red stiletto fuck-me-pumps, issue them crotchless boxer shorts, and put a trapdoor in the back of their issue BDU trousers so that when they surrender from here on out, they can get buttfucked by the enemy without having to unbuckle.
Again: works for me. In fact, given the current politicized state of the military’s more exalted command ranks in particular, why not just give Bergdahl a Medal Of Honor for his “heroism” and be done with it?
I’ve said it before here, and unfortunately I’m sure I’ll say it again: as long as the Left and their GOPe helper-ants are in charge of things, why anybody would consider serving in the American military is well beyond my poor ability to grasp. Who the hell even knows what it is they’re supposed to be laying their lives on the line for at this point.
“A third-rate civilian liberal arts college” update! Rotting from the head—and you better damned well believe it’s related to the rest of this post.
Before you read any further, please understand that the following paragraphs come from a place of intense devotion and loyalty to West Point. My experience as a cadet had a profound impact upon who I am and upon the course of my life, and I remain forever grateful that I have the opportunity to be a part of the Long Gray Line. I firmly believe West Point is a national treasure and that it can and should remain a vitally important source of well trained, disciplined, highly educated Army officers and civilian leaders. However, during my time on the West Point faculty (2006-2009 and again from 2013-2017), I personally witnessed a series of fundamental changes at West Point that have eroded it to the point where I question whether the institution should even remain open. The recent coverage of 2LT Spenser Rapone – an avowed Communist and sworn enemy of the United States – dramatically highlighted this disturbing trend. Given my recent tenure on the West Point faculty and my direct interactions with Rapone, his “mentors,” and with the Academy’s leadership, I believe I can shed light on how someone like Rapone could possibly graduate.
It was simply silly to believe that the military would magically survive the societal decline that has affected the rest of US society. One could hardly expect that a military that wears high heels, has no standards for its officers, and permits women to serve was going (to) shoot deserters, or even hold them accountable.
The USA is a multi-ethnic empire in rapid decline. It will fall in due course, and almost certainly before most people will believe possible. The God-Emperor is engaged in a heroic endeavor, but unfortunately, his role is almost certainly that of the tragic hero whose brave and inspiring struggle proves insufficient in the end.
Well, we have to hope not. But the overall trends are, shall we say, not encouraging. In fact, if even half of what this West Pointer says is true, “not encouraging” might qualify as the understatement of the millennium.