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The dismanteling of the officer corp of the US military will now proceed according to plan, as will the elimination or mooting of the Second Amendment by means direct or indirect. Anyone doubting the nature of what has just been [re]-elected is about to have the virginity of their naivete raped.
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a coup by constitutionalists is all that can possible save the union.

Not to worry, there are no constitutionalists in uniform, just cut rate hitmen hoping to make it to retirement so they can file disability claims
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The dismanteling of the officer corp of the US military will now proceed according to plan, as will the elimination or mooting of the Second Amendment by means direct or indirect. Anyone doubting the nature of what has just been [re]-elected is about to have the virginity of their naivete raped.
 Quoting: allagashbill2012 11498807


OP, as my comments that follow indicate, I am on the same page as you in regard to recent "developments" within American military ranks. Something serious is unfolding before our very eyes.

Keep in mind that all of the events described below are unprecedented in American military circles and all of these actions occurred in a time of war.

Some say that the chain of events began with Obama contracting with Syrian rebels aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood to kidnap the American Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stephens. The plan was supposedly to include eventual release of the ambassador in exchange for U.S. release of the Blind Sheik, Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who supposedly played a role in the 9-11 attacks. It has long been known that release of the Blind Sheikh is greatly desired by the Muslim leadership in several Middle Eastern nations.

Some speculate that Pres. Obama hoped to benefit from such an exchange, the exchange of the ambassador for the sheik. He hoped to benefit by the safe return of the ambassador pumping up favorability numbers just before the Presidential Election.

The attempt to kidnap Ambassador occurred on September 11th. At the time of the attack, two former navy seals, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, were serving in the security detail at a nearby CIA-run facility. Doherty and Woods were given orders to stand down and they complied. However, within a short time they decided to defy orders and went to the embassy tried to help defend Ambassador Stephens and his staff. In the ensuing gunbattle, both Doherty and Woods along with Ambassador Stephens and another Embassy staffer were killed.

[link to articles.cnn.com]

Retired Army Lt. Colonel Tony Shaffer has gone on the record saying that his contacts within the higher echelons of the U.S. military maintain that Obama saw the SEVEN HOUR LONG attack on the embassy in Benhazi unfold as it happened. (It is also being rumored that these same sources are saying that a video that shows the President watching the attack unfold exists.)

[link to www.examiner.com]

This, of course, is compromising to the President because he has been insisting to the American people that he was not aware of the nature of the incident until some time after its conclusion.

Four-star U.S. Army General and commanding officer of Africa Command (AFRICOM), Carter F. Ham, received intelligence that there was an attack on the American Embassy in Bengazi, Libya. Thus, Gen. Ham prepared a group to go in and counter the atteck. However, he was then given orders to stand down. Gen. Ham decided to proceed with his original plan and, upon immediately doing so, was relieved by his second-in-command General David M. Rodriguez. Gen. Ham was summarily discharged from his command. General David M. Rodriguez has since been nominated by Pres. Obama to assume Gen. Ham's former command.

[link to www.thegatewaypundit.com]

Upon learning of the attack on the Embassy in Bengazi and General Carter Ham's plan to send in a force to counter the attack, and even though he also was instructed to stand down, Rear Admiral Charles M. Gaouette, Commander of the USS John C. Stennis strike group (Mideast Aircraft Carrier Strike Group Three), instead prepared to supply support for General Ham's team. For this, Rear Admiral Gaouette was charged with “inappropriate leadership judgment” and having been relieved of his command has returned stateside pending an investigation.

[link to abcnews.go.com]

Another of the top brass in American military circles to be fired by the Commander-in-Chief following the attack of Bengazi was Brigadier General Jeffery A. Sinclair. This twenty-seven-year army veteran was accused of forcing the soldiers under his command to have sex with him, relieved of his command, and returned to the U.S. It is still being determined if Brigadier General Sinclair will face a court martial over the allegations.

[link to news.ca.msn.com]

On November 2nd, US Navy Commander Joseph E. Darlak who met Brigadier General Jeffrey A. Sinclair at the United States War College, was relieved of duty from his command of the USS Vandegrift due to accusations of gross misconduct.

Commander Darlak's dismissal was “due to loss of confidence after demonstrating poor leadership and failure to ensure the proper conduct of his wardroom officers” during a three-day stop in late September in Vladivostok, Russia.

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

This past Wednesday, General David Petraeus, then CIA Director and former Commander of U.S. and NATO-led troops in Afghanistan, was himself included in Pres. Obama's purge of top ranking military leaders in the past 3 weeks. After publishing a timeline of the events in the attack on the embassy in Bengazi that contradicts the White House's own version of the timeline of these events, Petraeus was scheduled to testify before Congress next week concerning the attack on the embassy in Bengazi.

Thus, on November 7th, only one day after the U.S. Presidential Election, news broke that then Director of the CIA David Petraeus would be relinquishing his position at the CIA due to it coming out that he had an extramarital affair with his official biographer, Paula Broadwell. Since this highly publicized revelation, Gen. Petraeus has informed Congress that he will not be testifying concerning the attack on the embassy in Bengazi.

[link to www.latimes.com]

And, as of today, November 13th, General John R. Allen, Commander of U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan, has also been "ensnared" in General Petraeus' sex scandal.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]

So, I ask you, are all the above simply unrelated cases of poor personal judgement on the part of each of these highly decorated American military men?

Or, should we recognize that where there's smoke there's often fire.

Were all of these military men who were recently dismissed for various designated purposes actually part of a long-planned (and possibly still in progress) military coup 'd etat of the government of the United States?

We owe it to ourselves and the nation to ask, what are the odds of each scenario?

What ARE the odds?

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a coup by constitutionalists is all that can possible save the union.

Not to worry, there are no constitutionalists in uniform, just cut rate hitmen hoping to make it to retirement so they can file disability claims
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So you are saying all military people have decided to disregard what they swore an Oath to uphold?
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The dismanteling of the officer corp of the US military will now proceed according to plan, as will the elimination or mooting of the Second Amendment by means direct or indirect. Anyone doubting the nature of what has just been [re]-elected is about to have the virginity of their naivete raped.
 Quoting: allagashbill2012 11498807


OP, as my comments that follow indicate, I am on the same page as you in regard to recent "developments" within American military ranks. Something serious is unfolding before our very eyes.

Keep in mind that all of the events described below are unprecedented in American military circles and all of these actions occurred in a time of war.

Some say that the chain of events began with Obama contracting with Syrian rebels aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood to kidnap the American Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stephens. The plan was supposedly to include eventual release of the ambassador in exchange for U.S. release of the Blind Sheik, Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who supposedly played a role in the 9-11 attacks. It has long been known that release of the Blind Sheikh is greatly desired by the Muslim leadership in several Middle Eastern nations.

Some speculate that Pres. Obama hoped to benefit from such an exchange, the exchange of the ambassador for the sheik. He hoped to benefit by the safe return of the ambassador pumping up favorability numbers just before the Presidential Election.

The attempt to kidnap Ambassador occurred on September 11th. At the time of the attack, two former navy seals, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, were serving in the security detail at a nearby CIA-run facility. Doherty and Woods were given orders to stand down and they complied. However, within a short time they decided to defy orders and went to the embassy tried to help defend Ambassador Stephens and his staff. In the ensuing gunbattle, both Doherty and Woods along with Ambassador Stephens and another Embassy staffer were killed.

[link to articles.cnn.com]

Retired Army Lt. Colonel Tony Shaffer has gone on the record saying that his contacts within the higher echelons of the U.S. military maintain that Obama saw the SEVEN HOUR LONG attack on the embassy in Benhazi unfold as it happened. (It is also being rumored that these same sources are saying that a video that shows the President watching the attack unfold exists.)

[link to www.examiner.com]

This, of course, is compromising to the President because he has been insisting to the American people that he was not aware of the nature of the incident until some time after its conclusion.

Four-star U.S. Army General and commanding officer of Africa Command (AFRICOM), Carter F. Ham, received intelligence that there was an attack on the American Embassy in Bengazi, Libya. Thus, Gen. Ham prepared a group to go in and counter the atteck. However, he was then given orders to stand down. Gen. Ham decided to proceed with his original plan and, upon immediately doing so, was relieved by his second-in-command General David M. Rodriguez. Gen. Ham was summarily discharged from his command. General David M. Rodriguez has since been nominated by Pres. Obama to assume Gen. Ham's former command.

[link to www.thegatewaypundit.com]

Upon learning of the attack on the Embassy in Bengazi and General Carter Ham's plan to send in a force to counter the attack, and even though he also was instructed to stand down, Rear Admiral Charles M. Gaouette, Commander of the USS John C. Stennis strike group (Mideast Aircraft Carrier Strike Group Three), instead prepared to supply support for General Ham's team. For this, Rear Admiral Gaouette was charged with “inappropriate leadership judgment” and having been relieved of his command has returned stateside pending an investigation.

[link to abcnews.go.com]

Another of the top brass in American military circles to be fired by the Commander-in-Chief following the attack of Bengazi was Brigadier General Jeffery A. Sinclair. This twenty-seven-year army veteran was accused of forcing the soldiers under his command to have sex with him, relieved of his command, and returned to the U.S. It is still being determined if Brigadier General Sinclair will face a court martial over the allegations.

[link to news.ca.msn.com]

On November 2nd, US Navy Commander Joseph E. Darlak who met Brigadier General Jeffrey A. Sinclair at the United States War College, was relieved of duty from his command of the USS Vandegrift due to accusations of gross misconduct.

Commander Darlak's dismissal was “due to loss of confidence after demonstrating poor leadership and failure to ensure the proper conduct of his wardroom officers” during a three-day stop in late September in Vladivostok, Russia.

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

This past Wednesday, General David Petraeus, then CIA Director and former Commander of U.S. and NATO-led troops in Afghanistan, was himself included in Pres. Obama's purge of top ranking military leaders in the past 3 weeks. After publishing a timeline of the events in the attack on the embassy in Bengazi that contradicts the White House's own version of the timeline of these events, Petraeus was scheduled to testify before Congress next week concerning the attack on the embassy in Bengazi.

Thus, on November 7th, only one day after the U.S. Presidential Election, news broke that then Director of the CIA David Petraeus would be relinquishing his position at the CIA due to it coming out that he had an extramarital affair with his official biographer, Paula Broadwell. Since this highly publicized revelation, Gen. Petraeus has informed Congress that he will not be testifying concerning the attack on the embassy in Bengazi.

[link to www.latimes.com]

And, as of today, November 13th, General John R. Allen, Commander of U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan, has also been "ensnared" in General Petraeus' sex scandal.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]

So, I ask you, are all the above simply unrelated cases of poor personal judgement on the part of each of these highly decorated American military men?

Or, should we recognize that where there's smoke there's often fire.

Were all of these military men who were recently dismissed for various designated purposes actually part of a long-planned (and possibly still in progress) military coup 'd etat of the government of the United States?

We owe it to ourselves and the nation to ask, what are the odds of each scenario?

What ARE the odds?
 Quoting: Biochemky


One also must wonder if there was an ATTEMPTED military coup by these same men.

I'm not saying there was but you have to keep your mind open to possibilities.
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The dismanteling of the officer corp of the US military will now proceed according to plan, as will the elimination or mooting of the Second Amendment by means direct or indirect. Anyone doubting the nature of what has just been [re]-elected is about to have the virginity of their naivete raped.
 Quoting: allagashbill2012 11498807


OP, as my comments that follow indicate, I am on the same page as you in regard to recent "developments" within American military ranks. Something serious is unfolding before our very eyes.

Keep in mind that all of the events described below are unprecedented in American military circles and all of these actions occurred in a time of war.

Some say that the chain of events began with Obama contracting with Syrian rebels aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood to kidnap the American Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stephens. The plan was supposedly to include eventual release of the ambassador in exchange for U.S. release of the Blind Sheik, Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who supposedly played a role in the 9-11 attacks. It has long been known that release of the Blind Sheikh is greatly desired by the Muslim leadership in several Middle Eastern nations.

Some speculate that Pres. Obama hoped to benefit from such an exchange, the exchange of the ambassador for the sheik. He hoped to benefit by the safe return of the ambassador pumping up favorability numbers just before the Presidential Election.

The attempt to kidnap Ambassador occurred on September 11th. At the time of the attack, two former navy seals, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, were serving in the security detail at a nearby CIA-run facility. Doherty and Woods were given orders to stand down and they complied. However, within a short time they decided to defy orders and went to the embassy tried to help defend Ambassador Stephens and his staff. In the ensuing gunbattle, both Doherty and Woods along with Ambassador Stephens and another Embassy staffer were killed.

[link to articles.cnn.com]

Retired Army Lt. Colonel Tony Shaffer has gone on the record saying that his contacts within the higher echelons of the U.S. military maintain that Obama saw the SEVEN HOUR LONG attack on the embassy in Benhazi unfold as it happened. (It is also being rumored that these same sources are saying that a video that shows the President watching the attack unfold exists.)

[link to www.examiner.com]

This, of course, is compromising to the President because he has been insisting to the American people that he was not aware of the nature of the incident until some time after its conclusion.

Four-star U.S. Army General and commanding officer of Africa Command (AFRICOM), Carter F. Ham, received intelligence that there was an attack on the American Embassy in Bengazi, Libya. Thus, Gen. Ham prepared a group to go in and counter the atteck. However, he was then given orders to stand down. Gen. Ham decided to proceed with his original plan and, upon immediately doing so, was relieved by his second-in-command General David M. Rodriguez. Gen. Ham was summarily discharged from his command. General David M. Rodriguez has since been nominated by Pres. Obama to assume Gen. Ham's former command.

[link to www.thegatewaypundit.com]

Upon learning of the attack on the Embassy in Bengazi and General Carter Ham's plan to send in a force to counter the attack, and even though he also was instructed to stand down, Rear Admiral Charles M. Gaouette, Commander of the USS John C. Stennis strike group (Mideast Aircraft Carrier Strike Group Three), instead prepared to supply support for General Ham's team. For this, Rear Admiral Gaouette was charged with “inappropriate leadership judgment” and having been relieved of his command has returned stateside pending an investigation.

[link to abcnews.go.com]

Another of the top brass in American military circles to be fired by the Commander-in-Chief following the attack of Bengazi was Brigadier General Jeffery A. Sinclair. This twenty-seven-year army veteran was accused of forcing the soldiers under his command to have sex with him, relieved of his command, and returned to the U.S. It is still being determined if Brigadier General Sinclair will face a court martial over the allegations.

[link to news.ca.msn.com]

On November 2nd, US Navy Commander Joseph E. Darlak who met Brigadier General Jeffrey A. Sinclair at the United States War College, was relieved of duty from his command of the USS Vandegrift due to accusations of gross misconduct.

Commander Darlak's dismissal was “due to loss of confidence after demonstrating poor leadership and failure to ensure the proper conduct of his wardroom officers” during a three-day stop in late September in Vladivostok, Russia.

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

This past Wednesday, General David Petraeus, then CIA Director and former Commander of U.S. and NATO-led troops in Afghanistan, was himself included in Pres. Obama's purge of top ranking military leaders in the past 3 weeks. After publishing a timeline of the events in the attack on the embassy in Bengazi that contradicts the White House's own version of the timeline of these events, Petraeus was scheduled to testify before Congress next week concerning the attack on the embassy in Bengazi.

Thus, on November 7th, only one day after the U.S. Presidential Election, news broke that then Director of the CIA David Petraeus would be relinquishing his position at the CIA due to it coming out that he had an extramarital affair with his official biographer, Paula Broadwell. Since this highly publicized revelation, Gen. Petraeus has informed Congress that he will not be testifying concerning the attack on the embassy in Bengazi.

[link to www.latimes.com]

And, as of today, November 13th, General John R. Allen, Commander of U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan, has also been "ensnared" in General Petraeus' sex scandal.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]

So, I ask you, are all the above simply unrelated cases of poor personal judgement on the part of each of these highly decorated American military men?

Or, should we recognize that where there's smoke there's often fire.

Were all of these military men who were recently dismissed for various designated purposes actually part of a long-planned (and possibly still in progress) military coup 'd etat of the government of the United States?

We owe it to ourselves and the nation to ask, what are the odds of each scenario?

What ARE the odds?
 Quoting: Biochemky


Good thorough post Bio.

Take a look at this 3 part investigation done by John A. Shaw. “Shaw served as Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for International Technology Security and in a variety of other senior U.S. Government positions." [link to illinoispaytoplay.com]

After reading this jaw gaping investigation, everything began to make sense as to why all of our top ranking military men who have served in the M.E. and AFRICOM are being removed by so-called "sex scandals", then replaced with those who are aligned with the above named individuals in the investigation.

IMO the link I provided illustrates the big picture, including why Rahm "Auerbach" Emanuel left the W.H. for his stolen seat as mayor of shitcago. Chicago is the new "American Middle West" a term no one has heard (don't have to wonder why on that either). Rahm is kingpin filth lording over the "american middle west".

A coup d' etat has occurred and I don't believe (for obvious known reasons) the blame is on the Generals and Admiral. Perhaps they're removing themselves and agreeing to the so-called scandals because the odds are against them, as in, they are substantially outnumbered is the conclusion I've come to.
Time will shed the light on the dastardly commies in a very short time. I believe there a few good men left working to accomplish that and rid us of the real coup that occurred 4+ years ago. The country is in very, very serious distress, and Americans haven't realized the enemy is within.
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Things are getting scary! Nothing passes the smell test on this.
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It might be an Admiral, Who leads the way.
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I have to agree something is going on. And now Susan Rice as secretary of state. Another regime member with no issues with lying to the people of the USA.
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The dismanteling of the officer corp of the US military will now proceed according to plan, as will the elimination or mooting of the Second Amendment by means direct or indirect. Anyone doubting the nature of what has just been [re]-elected is about to have the virginity of their naivete raped.
 Quoting: allagashbill2012 11498807


OP, as my comments that follow indicate, I am on the same page as you in regard to recent "developments" within American military ranks. Something serious is unfolding before our very eyes.

Keep in mind that all of the events described below are unprecedented in American military circles and all of these actions occurred in a time of war.

Some say that the chain of events began with Obama contracting with Syrian rebels aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood to kidnap the American Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stephens. The plan was supposedly to include eventual release of the ambassador in exchange for U.S. release of the Blind Sheik, Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who supposedly played a role in the 9-11 attacks. It has long been known that release of the Blind Sheikh is greatly desired by the Muslim leadership in several Middle Eastern nations.

Some speculate that Pres. Obama hoped to benefit from such an exchange, the exchange of the ambassador for the sheik. He hoped to benefit by the safe return of the ambassador pumping up favorability numbers just before the Presidential Election.

The attempt to kidnap Ambassador occurred on September 11th. At the time of the attack, two former navy seals, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, were serving in the security detail at a nearby CIA-run facility. Doherty and Woods were given orders to stand down and they complied. However, within a short time they decided to defy orders and went to the embassy tried to help defend Ambassador Stephens and his staff. In the ensuing gunbattle, both Doherty and Woods along with Ambassador Stephens and another Embassy staffer were killed.

[link to articles.cnn.com]

Retired Army Lt. Colonel Tony Shaffer has gone on the record saying that his contacts within the higher echelons of the U.S. military maintain that Obama saw the SEVEN HOUR LONG attack on the embassy in Benhazi unfold as it happened. (It is also being rumored that these same sources are saying that a video that shows the President watching the attack unfold exists.)

[link to www.examiner.com]

This, of course, is compromising to the President because he has been insisting to the American people that he was not aware of the nature of the incident until some time after its conclusion.

Four-star U.S. Army General and commanding officer of Africa Command (AFRICOM), Carter F. Ham, received intelligence that there was an attack on the American Embassy in Bengazi, Libya. Thus, Gen. Ham prepared a group to go in and counter the atteck. However, he was then given orders to stand down. Gen. Ham decided to proceed with his original plan and, upon immediately doing so, was relieved by his second-in-command General David M. Rodriguez. Gen. Ham was summarily discharged from his command. General David M. Rodriguez has since been nominated by Pres. Obama to assume Gen. Ham's former command.

[link to www.thegatewaypundit.com]

Upon learning of the attack on the Embassy in Bengazi and General Carter Ham's plan to send in a force to counter the attack, and even though he also was instructed to stand down, Rear Admiral Charles M. Gaouette, Commander of the USS John C. Stennis strike group (Mideast Aircraft Carrier Strike Group Three), instead prepared to supply support for General Ham's team. For this, Rear Admiral Gaouette was charged with “inappropriate leadership judgment” and having been relieved of his command has returned stateside pending an investigation.

[link to abcnews.go.com]

Another of the top brass in American military circles to be fired by the Commander-in-Chief following the attack of Bengazi was Brigadier General Jeffery A. Sinclair. This twenty-seven-year army veteran was accused of forcing the soldiers under his command to have sex with him, relieved of his command, and returned to the U.S. It is still being determined if Brigadier General Sinclair will face a court martial over the allegations.

[link to news.ca.msn.com]

On November 2nd, US Navy Commander Joseph E. Darlak who met Brigadier General Jeffrey A. Sinclair at the United States War College, was relieved of duty from his command of the USS Vandegrift due to accusations of gross misconduct.

Commander Darlak's dismissal was “due to loss of confidence after demonstrating poor leadership and failure to ensure the proper conduct of his wardroom officers” during a three-day stop in late September in Vladivostok, Russia.

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

This past Wednesday, General David Petraeus, then CIA Director and former Commander of U.S. and NATO-led troops in Afghanistan, was himself included in Pres. Obama's purge of top ranking military leaders in the past 3 weeks. After publishing a timeline of the events in the attack on the embassy in Bengazi that contradicts the White House's own version of the timeline of these events, Petraeus was scheduled to testify before Congress next week concerning the attack on the embassy in Bengazi.

Thus, on November 7th, only one day after the U.S. Presidential Election, news broke that then Director of the CIA David Petraeus would be relinquishing his position at the CIA due to it coming out that he had an extramarital affair with his official biographer, Paula Broadwell. Since this highly publicized revelation, Gen. Petraeus has informed Congress that he will not be testifying concerning the attack on the embassy in Bengazi.

[link to www.latimes.com]

And, as of today, November 13th, General John R. Allen, Commander of U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan, has also been "ensnared" in General Petraeus' sex scandal.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]

So, I ask you, are all the above simply unrelated cases of poor personal judgement on the part of each of these highly decorated American military men?

Or, should we recognize that where there's smoke there's often fire.

Were all of these military men who were recently dismissed for various designated purposes actually part of a long-planned (and possibly still in progress) military coup 'd etat of the government of the United States?

We owe it to ourselves and the nation to ask, what are the odds of each scenario?

What ARE the odds?
 Quoting: Biochemky


Also to be added to this list is General Ward...Very good post...
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I think you misunderstand these events
to be bad things.

all these fine officers being
relieved of command is not a bad thing.

It now frees them up to lead the
Revolutionary forces against
the cabal.

The Confederacy in 1861 had dozens
of detached Union Officers.

Some active duty officers even
abandoned their posts to serve
with the Confederacy.

there is more than one way
to skin a cat ;)

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