General McChrystal being fired for insubordination is no shock to people in our security and military.

A serious pattern, which the media is missing, has now be en in process for several months. It must be pointed out that while General McCh rystalâ s comments were improper behavior not becoming of a commander, however bein g based on the Generalâ s record why would he have dared to state the things he sai d to anyone let alone a left wing reporter, this is a question most of the media is not asking? General McChrystal was highly regarded and very â seriousâ in his duties as described by many in the center of the political spectrum. He is also probably a moderate democrat or independent, based on the fact that he admitted voting for Presiden t Obama, but even he had great challenges in dealing with the amateur and inexpe rience or could it be possibly be an alternative agenda coming from this current White House administration? While this story on its own might be construed as just some frustrations being a ired and done improperly in public, we have discovered a very troubling pattern from people we have connections with in our security forces which span the FBI, CIA, NIA and the Military. We received information a couple of weeks ago from a very reliable source in the Intelligence community, who advised us that the real reason that Dennis Blair r esigned as head of the NIA last month, was not what was reported in the media bu t was because Admiral Blair was unable to get approval for any recommendation he had passed by the President. Our source went on to say that the President eithe r rejects or delays all-important proposals from his key security advisors. It is interesting to see how quickly the President has acted in this particular cas e in firing General McChrystal, the opposite to how he acts normally. It is no wonder why General McChrystal has spoken out in frustration especially when he once had a favorable view of the President, as it is obvious how difficu lt it must have been to get the proper support and decision making from his Comm ander in Chief. The so-called insubordination and relief of a commander in the field has only happened once in the last 50 years with General McArthur and Pres ident Truman in the Korean War. It is beyond doubt that McChrystal was extremely frustrated and it was very probable that the President knew and wanted the Gene ral removed. The Rolling Stone magazine article was possibly a deliberate effor t to use as a way of getting rid of the General or at a minimum the article came at a very convenient moment. It is also ironic that General Patreus has been appointed to head the Afghanista n campaign on the ground. This is the same General who was castigated by the ha rd left as â General Betrayus.â I predict that a similar fate awaits General Patreus as it did General McChrystal. General Patreusâ s reputation is currently v ery high and if the left can squash him too, they will have the best excuse to w ithdraw from Afghanistan. The story will go like this: since General Patreus, ou r best General cannot make progress in Afghanistan then we need to withdraw. Wh ile the General is trying to do his job the administration will not give him wha t he needs to win and then blame him for the failure. Some may scoff at this an alysis but this is exactly the type of thing that happened with Vietnam. The defense of any nation is the foremost of obligations of its government and b ased on the evidence that we have shown on our website with reports from Pajamas Media and the interviews with a former analyst at the Pentagon and FBI agent, a s well as the apparent rebellion that now appears within the framework of our se curity apparatus, it is apparent that we as a nation are at great risk from our enemies; this, on top of the serious breaches of security at our airports and mi litary installations. Eighteen months into this Presidency we have seen a man who speaks moderately an

d appeals to the ear; however the actions of the President contradict everything that he utters in his speeches and press conferences. It also needs to be asked what this Presidentâ s real agenda is. Is it just folly o f appeasement or is it that his agenda is to do our enemies bidding or is it som ething worse? These are unfortunate questions that should not be normally even considered about an elected President of the United States, however, the evidenc e of mere incompetence is already valid but I would contend based on disturbing conversations with people in the security field that we need to ask the question , is the President one of us or somebody else?

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