Pentagon Doubles Down on How General Mark Milley Conspired With China’s PLA

The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley bypassed the chain of command to collude with China’s PLA leadership in two phone calls, the Pentagon confirmed on Wednesday.

The Pentagon claimed the calls were part of how Milley “regularly communicated with Chiefs of Defense across the world.” Then-Defense Secretary Christopher Miller denied giving approval.

“Calling a foreign counterpart and discussing operational capabilities against that enemy is literally treasonous,” said former chief of staff for the Department of Defense Kash Patel.

“General Li, you and I have known each other for now five years. If we’re going to attack, I’m going to call you ahead of time. It’s not going to be a surprise.”

Milley’s to PLA, according to “Peril” by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa
Milley’s calls to Chinese General Li Zuocheng
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President Trump was witch-hunted and impeached over an alleged quid-pro-quo phone call with Ukraine, which turned out to be a hoax.

Joe Biden was given a pass over boasting about actually threatening to pull $1 billion in loan guarantees if they did not fire the prosecutor general who was investigating Hunter Biden-linked Burisma.

Milley will not be fired. Shockingly, he is the first Chairman to serve a guaranteed four-year term.

Unless he misgenders someone.

Wishful thinking…

Graphic sources: Organizational chart | Geographic commands

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Twenty Years Later, 9/11 Attacks Still Shrouded in Mystery

The twentieth anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001 is a stark reminder of the unanswered questions regarding the methods and motivations of key participants.

Last year researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) with the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth challenged the official World Trade Center 7 fire-caused collapse theory and are requesting a correction to the official 2008 government report.

“The collapse of WTC 7 was a global failure involving the near-simultaneous failure of all columns in the building and not a progressive collapse involving the sequential failure of columns throughout the building.”

UAF report

One theory is a controlled demolition brought down WTC 7, citing the media reporting on the collapse before it happened, and disputed claims of a radio countdown heard prior to the collapse. The UAF report does not make such claims.

Also, the World Trade Center leaseholder told a PBS crew in 2002, “they [firefighters] were not sure they were going to be able to contain the fire. I said, we’ve had such terrible loss of life, maybe the smartest thing to do is pull it.” He has since refused to answer questions about what he meant.

Enhanced video and audio of the moment of WTC 7collapse (below) provides no answers, but does show some areas collapsing before others.

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Taliban Claim Complete Afghanistan Control, Appoint FBI’s Most Wanted to Leadership Role

The Taliban announced leadership roles in the new Afghanistan government, which included Sirajuddin Haqqani, on the FBI’s list of most-wanted terrorists.

“Anyone who tries to start an insurgency will be hit hard. We will not allow another,” said Taliban spokeman Zabihullah Mujahid.

Meanwhile, the woke U.S. military has its hands full renaming forts and administering new diversity rules allowing scalp tattoos and beards.

We even have a three-star U.S. general tweeting a photo of “British troops” and calling them ‘American hero’s”, and the Department of Defense misidentifying planes.

The Biden team is also busy wiping official reports of weaponry left behind in Afghanistan, justifying it as a way of protecting Afghan allies.

At least the Taliban got one thing right…

To whomever is controlling Biden:

We know this is a rubber inflatable plane. Psyops were great in WW2 to fool the Nazis. Fooling Americans is another thing.

Taliban infographic courtesy RSC.

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U.S. Loses Afghanistan War, Arms Taliban, Abandons Christians and Service Dogs

Twenty years of American military occupation in Afghanistan ended on Aug. 30, as the Biden Administration abandoned Americans, many Afghani Christians, and even faithful military service dogs.

Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the head of US Central Command explained, “if we stayed another ten days, we wouldn’t have gotten everybody out that we wanted to get out.”

(Pictured above, U.S. military service dogs left behind.)

Shockingly, U.S. officials gave the Taliban a list of names to help facilitate evacuations. The extent of the damage done by this act of incompetence has yet to be revealed. Lara Logan has been tweeting on the death trap some were lured into attempting to escape.

In good news, a quickly compiled group of American veterans working on their own rescued 600 stranded people in what was dubbed “Operation Pineapple Express.”

Also, thanks to private donations, Glenn Beck’s Nazarene Fund and others have organized alternate flights out for 5,100 Christians. Beck has blamed the State Department and the White House for putting up roadblocks to private rescue attempts, including instructing the Macedonian ambassador to not accept their evacuees.

Afghanis who converted to Christianity are marked for a cruel death and the Taliban is reportedly conducting door to door executions.

In more incompetence or via a secret deal, the U.S. left behind an arsenal of equipment and weapons for the Taliban, while Team Biden has roadmapped how to take Americans’ guns away.

The Taliban allegedly used one of the “33” Black Hawk helicopters left behind to hang a man.

Well, at least the current president isn’t making mean tweets.

Chart courtesy Watson Institute at Brown University.

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Emboldened by China, Taliban Declares Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

Taliban forces have surged to take over all of Afghanistan’s major cities, weeks after a key meeting with Chinese officials. Currently, Joe Biden remains in hiding.

Last month, a Taliban delegation met with China’s foreign minister Wang Yi in Tianjin, China, where the communist discussed China’s important role in the reconstruction of the new Islamic Emirate, which has trillions in minerals, discovered and mapped by U.S. tax dollars.

The USGS helped the future leaders of Afghanistan out, by making it the first country to have all of its minerals mapped from the air. Deposits of Lithium were found (think electric-car batteries), a market currently dominated from the “Lithium Triangle” in Argentina, Chile and Bolivia.

How did this happen?

The Trump Administration planned to have U.S. troops withdrawn from Afghanistan by May, 2021, only if the “Taliban have met their commitments.”

Mike Pompeo on Sept. 10, 2020: “The president has said whether it’s a year from now or three years from now, if there’s a risk to the United States of America, we’ll go in — I think he used more colorful language than this — but I think he said we’ll go in there and we’ll take care of business.”

The Biden Administration extended the withdrawal, and informed the enemy of an unconditional withdrawal date of Sept. 11.

Joe Biden’s withdrawal speech on April 17th: “In this moment there’s a significant downside risk to staying beyond May 1st, without a clear timetable for departure. If we instead pursue the approach where America U.S. exit is tied to conditions on the ground, we have to have clear answers to the following questions, just what conditions require, to be required, to allow us to depart. By what means and how long would it take to achieve them if they could be achieved at all?”

Translation please?

Aug. 13 NBC News screengrab. DHS worried about Trump supporters and anti-jabbers.

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The poppy’s for pomegranates policy has failed.

Memes like the one above are spreading through Twitter, using the White House’s fabricated photo of Biden’s video conference from Camp David, with his Afghanistan team. (As evidenced by the clocks using Daylight Savings Time.)

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D-Day Infographic from Utah Beach Museum

77 years ago today the Allies began the liberation of Europe.

Close to 160,000 Allied troops crossed into Normandy on almost 5,000 landing craft and aircraft on D-Day in the largest naval invasion in human history.

The Allies suffered more than 12,000 casualties and 4,414 deaths.

2,500 American soldiers died, the most of any Allied nation.

READ MORE: Timeline and Order of Battle of D-Day at Historyplex.com

Map courtesy the Utah Beach museum.

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