Secretary Of Defense James “Mad Cuck” Mattis To Leave In February

My opinion?

Cautiously optimistic, but skeptical like I’ve been with everything involving President Trump since the early days of his Administration.


Defense Secretary Jim Mattis resigned Thursday after clashing with President Donald Trump over the abrupt withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria and after two years of deep disagreements over America’s role in the world.

Mattis, perhaps the most respected foreign policy official in Trump’s administration, will leave by the end of February after two tumultuous years struggling to soften and moderate the president’s hardline and sometimes sharply changing policies. He told Trump in a letter that he was leaving because “you have a right to have a Secretary of Defense whose views are better aligned with yours.”

His departure was immediately lamented by foreign policy hands and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, who viewed the retired Marine general as a sober voice of experience in the ear of a president who had never held political office or served in the military. Even Trump allies expressed fear over Mattis’ decision to quit, believing him to be an important moderating force on the president.

“Just read Gen. Mattis resignation letter ,” tweeted Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. “It makes it abundantly clear that we are headed toward a series of grave policy errors which will endanger our nation, damage our alliances & empower our adversaries.”

Mattis did not mention the dispute over Syria in his letter or proposed deep cuts to U.S. forces in Afghanistan, another significant policy dispute. He noted his “core belief” that American strength is “inextricably linked” with the nation’s alliances with other countries, a position seemingly at odds with the “America First” policy of the president.

The defense secretary also said China and Russia want to spread their “authoritarian model” and promote their interests at the expense of America and its allies. “That is why we must use all the tools of American power to provide for the common defense,” he wrote.

For the record, I’ll take Russia’s anti-faggotry laws and China’s Great Firewall over the spread of multiculturalism and multisexualism any day of the week.

The announcement came a day after Trump surprised U.S. allies and members of Congress by announcing the withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Syria, and as he continues to consider cutting in half the American deployment in Afghanistan by this summer. The news coincided with domestic turmoil as well, Trump’s fight with Congress over a border wall and a looming partial government shutdown.

Trump’s decision to pull troops out of Syria has been sharply criticized for abandoning America’s Kurdish allies, who may well face a Turkish assault once U.S. troops leave, and had been staunchly opposed by the Pentagon.

Mattis, in his resignation letter, emphasized the importance of standing up for U.S. allies — an implicit criticism of the president’s decision on this issue and others.

“While the U.S. remains the indispensable nation in the free world, we cannot protect our interests or serve that role effectively without maintaining strong alliances and showing respect to those allies,” Mattis wrote.

So we’re losing the “lifelong bachelor” Mattis, but I’m still not convinced that we’ll witness a huge change in foreign policy in regards to the military.

America is propped up by an Officer Corps dedicated to Neocon policy and policing actions throughout the world, and unless we see someone miraculously sneak through the extensive vetting process, the odds are leaning towards little to no gain.

It might sound a bit depressing, but as a White Man who values logic and reasoning, I find it literally sickening to see some people clinging to little bits of hope (like the “Q” nonsense), while engaging in what amounts to literal worship of the President.

The common sense thing to do in this day and age is to analyze things in a calm and detached way and move forward whatever the outcome – begging for ZOG to limp onward with all its defects and weaknesses is not exactly going to lead to safety and freedom for our people.


  1. I am going to wait and see what happens. Trump constantly changes his mind and he may very well pivot on this one, too. If Netanyahu “tells him” to stay, he certainly will stay and sacrifice more Americans for the safety of Israel or for Israel’s roadmap for the world. Think about that, we send our young men and women over there to be blown to smithereens or come home without any limbs or genitals. For Israel. For the NWO. For Satan. No one in the military ever comments on those poor Palestinians either. Or the Syrians. Or the Libyans. Palestinians, Syrians, and Libyans have not had any role in destroying my country. Nor are they behind the war on whites. There’s a war on them, too. Maybe we should all get together and fight a common enemy. But, they’ve made sure we don’t do that by poisoning each other via religious hatred. The same forces who have turned white men into eunuchs have turned Muslims into vicious, suicidal animals. Our grandparents never had to worry about Muslims, over there or over here.

    I don’t know about Mattis. He’s been in the military a long, long time and the military has not been a good friend of the American people. The country has been in control of globalists for decades or longer and the military has done squat. It was pretty useless on 9/11 and the high ups did nothing to get out the truth for their victimized comrades who were burnt to a crisp that day.

    There’s a lot that can be said about a man who follows orders – no matter what – especially when doing despicable things. For someone else. For another country. For lies.

    Remember, the military knows the Holocaust was a lie, too.

  2. I wouldn’t put it past trump to nominate Sylvester Stallone as the next SECDEF.

    It’s easy to picture him posturing in front of the cameras, and explaining how he chose Stallone because of his background in the “Rambo” films.

  3. I think the U.S. has been in the grip of a globalist cabal since the Wilson administration. Remember unbeknownst to the American people Wilson had a stroke and Col. House took over running his administrations. House was a globalist who established “The Inquiry” as a globalist think-tank out of which arose the Council of Foreign Relations which in turn led to a multiplicity of spin offs such as the Trilateral Commission, the Club of Rome, the Bilderbergers, and the neo-Conservatives! The solution is as HW suggested cold hard rational analysis coupled with racial consciousness.The two must become inseparable. Far too many white racialist are not politically sane. What OD should be is the fusion of racial consciousness and political sanity!

    • In Dr. Stanley Monteith’s book, The Brotherhood of Darkness, he spent years traveling the world trying to find the answers to who or what controls our world. It is a must read for everyone, everywhere. I have it and it was one of the easiest books to read. He was granted access to Wilson’s papers at Yale and discovered much about House.

      Dr. Stan’s belief was that the powers-that-be had tapped into another world. And, Dr. Stan was a grounded, well-educated, sensible man. He started looking into things in the late 50’s/early 60’s after hearing a profound radio interview:

      “It is impossible to understand what is happening today without understanding the origin of The Protocols. While going through Colonel Edward Mandell House’s papers at Yale university some years ago, I came across a copy of The Protocols of the Meeting of the Zionist Men of Wisdom. It was essentially the same document as The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, but the wording was different, which suggested it was a different translation of the original document. [85]

      The Protocols were written in French, smuggled into Russia in 1905 where they were translated into Russian, and later transported to Great Britain where Victor Marsden translated them into English. Copies of Victor Marsden’s translation are available in the United States today, but that translation is entirely different from the Colonel House version, which suggests that Colonel House’s version came from another source, perhaps from the original document. Who was Colonel House, and where did he get his copy of The Protocols? Was he an anti-Semite?

      Colonel House was able to control the men who led the world between 1912 and 1938 because he had the ability to ooze thoughts into their minds. Arthur Howden Smith knew him, and commented on his mystical ability:

      Colonel House would come into an office and say a few words quietly, and after he had gone you would suddenly become seized by a good idea. You would suggest that idea to your friends or superiors and be congratulated for it; it would work first rate, beyond your wildest dreams. You might forget about it. But some time, as sure as shooting, in cogitating proudfully over it, you would come to an abrupt realization that that idea had been oozed into your brain by Colonel House in the course of conversation. [86]”

      (c) The Brotherhood of Darkness, Dr. Stanley L. Monteith

      As the great Jim Marrs and the wonderman Clif High have stated “Are they even us?”

    • How tragically ironic it was that Colonel House visited Germany. The Germans put on a big military parade for him due to his title, thinking he would be impressed. It actually caused him to view Germany as overly militaristic and he saw them as a threat and helped to get the US into WW1.

  4. Go to Wikipedia (I know, I know) and look up Mattis. There’s a picture there which shows Joe Biden, Robert Gates, Admiral Mullen and General Mattis. Obviously, the anthem is being played and although Biden and Gates have their hand over their heart, Mullen and Mattis are saluting them. What does that say? Saluting their superiors is priority over showing respect for the symbol of their nation. They serve their masters PERIOD!

  5. Per Chuck Baldwin and others – CFR Members And Bilderberg Attendees Appointed By Donald Trump:

    John Bolton, National Security Advisor (individual CFR member)
    Elaine Chao, United States Secretary of Transportation (CFR individual member)
    Jay Clayton, Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission (CFR corporate member)
    Gary Cohn, Director of the National Economic Council (CFR corporate member)
    Jamie Dimon, Member of Strategic and Policy Forum (CFR corporate member)
    Jim Donovan, Deputy Treasury Secretary (CFR corporate member)
    Larry Fink, Member of Strategic and Policy Forum (CFR corporate member)
    Neil M. Gorsuch, Supreme Court Justice (individual CFR member)
    Vice Admiral Robert S. Harward, National Security Advisor (declined appointment) (CFR corporate member)
    Kevin Hassett, Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers (CFR fellow traveler)
    Robert Wood “Woody” Johnson IV, United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom (individual CFR member)
    Lawrence Kudlow, Director of the National Economic Council (individual CFR member)
    Robert Lighthizer, United States Trade Representative (individual CFR member)
    James Mattis, Secretary of Defense (Bilderberg attendee)
    K.T. McFarland, Deputy National Security Adviser (individual CFR member)
    Linda McMahon, Administrator of the Small Business Administration (CFR corporate member)
    Army Lt. General Herbert Raymond “H. R.” McMaster, National Security Advisor (individual CFR member, Bilderberg attendee)
    Jim McNerney, Member of Strategic and Policy Forum (CFR corporate member)
    Steve Mnuchin, Secretary of the Treasury (CFR corporate member)
    Indra Nooyi, Member of Strategic and Policy Forum (CFR corporate member, Bilderberg attendee)
    Rick Perry, Secretary of Energy (Bilderberg attendee)
    Dina Powell, Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy (CFR corporate member)
    Jerome Powell, Chairman of the Federal Reserve (CFR individual member)
    Ginni Rometty, Member of Strategic and Policy Forum (CFR corporate member)
    Wilbur Ross, Secretary of Commerce (Bilderberg attendee)
    Anthony Scaramucci, Director of Communications (CFR individual and corporate member)
    Stephen Schwarzman, Member of Strategic and Policy Forum (CFR corporate member)
    Patrick Shanahan, Deputy Secretary of Defense (CFR corporate member)
    Rex Tillerson, Secretary of State (CFR corporate member)
    Jack Welch, Member of Strategic and Policy Forum (CFR corporate member)
    Heather Ann Wilson, Secretary of the Air Force (individual CFR member)

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