What will our lives be like if we lose this war? It’s actually a very easy question to answer: we’d live the way the unfortunate residents of the “caliphate” or the oppressed citizens of the Islamic Republic of Iran live today, in a totalitarian state under the dictates of the most rigid version of Sharia. A Russian KGB or Nazi SS-like state where the citizens spy on one another, and the regime doles out death or lesser punishment to those judged insufficiently loyal. —LTG Michael T. Flynn, The Field of Fight
General Flynn is right, and his number one interest is the safety and security of American citizenry, and that is the reason he was appointed as National Security Advisor. The General is still under attack, only this time it is because he not only wanted to protect American citizens, but more importantly their children. Flynn is also a board member of Brigitte Gabriel’s Act for America, who educates citizens and elected officials to impact public policy and protect America from terrorism.
Safety is something President Trump reiterated time and again during the campaign and after his election, and is one of the many reasons I supported him.
Today, our President is trying to keep his promise to protect America and her people from dangerous Islamic political ideology via executive orders on immigration which are Constitutionally sound. Yet, he is now being blocked again by judicial tyrants, both of whom are connected to Obama. [Link] More on this in future articles.
General Flynn History
General Flynn served honorably for 33 years in US military, much of the time at the top levels of military intelligence. Obama fired the General from his position as Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2014, after Flynn told a congressional committee that the American people are in more danger now than just a few years ago, an uncomfortable truth Obama didn’t want the American people to hear.
Last February, Flynn was railroaded out of the Trump administration by intelligence insiders at the CIA, NSA and National Security Council using a sophisticated “disinformation campaign” to create a crisis atmosphere for speaking to the Russian ambassador, despite illegally obtained wiretapping transcripts of the conversation which showed Flynn never did anything illegal. There is far more to this than we presently know.
It is my opinion that the General would still be our NSA Chief were it not for VP Pence, who, along with Sean Spicer, mentioned that Flynn was gone because of a “trust issue.” Worse yet, days later while in Europe, Pence twisted the knife by repeating the statement to a foreign audience for no reason. In my recent article, I listed Pence’s globalist voting record while in Congress, as well as his actions as Indiana governor. Unfortunately, Pence is also closely aligned with the Trump hating Koch brothers, and he stated in 2014, that he was “grateful,” for David Koch.
Pence Says Flynn Firing Affirmed
VP Pence said the Turkey ties of the former NSA Chief are an affirmation of the decision to fire Michael Flynn, but he obviously hasn’t a clue of Fethullah Gulen or his charter schools which pose dangers to America and her children, or does he… Surely Pence knows there are three Gulen Islamic charters operating in Indianapolis, Indiana, and that in 2014, the FBI raided 19 charter schools affiliated with the Gülen Movement in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois for reasons allegedly related to crimes linked to education tenders. [Link]
Maybe the Vice President should research how many state legislators have visited Turkey thanks to the generosity of Fethullah Gulen, who wanted their approval for more of his charter schools in their states.
Pence stated in an interview with Fox News that the report that Flynn was lobbying for Turkey’s Erdogan, was the first he had heard about Flynn’s role. The General filed paperwork with the Justice Department acknowledging his work for a company owned by a Turkish businessman — work that could have aided Turkey’s government in the extradition of Islamist Fethullah Gulen. The media is reporting this would have been a scandal, but again, there is nothing here that is illegal, and Turkey is a NATO ally in the middle east.
The White House, via Sean Spicer, even said the President was not aware of Flynn’s work on the matter, but Trump transition lawyers did not view Flynn’s lobbying work for a Turkish businessman as a liability for an official who serves as the president’s closest adviser on security and international affairs. They also raised new questions about whether Trump’s transition team actually vetted the appointees. Obviously, Pence and Spicer are unaware that Flynn’s work was quite widely circulated at the time by The Daily Caller and others.
Oh, c’mon people, who are you fooling? Pence was in charge of all of the vetting, effective November 11th, and General Flynn was picked as National Security Adviser on November 17th, 2016. So, is Pence now saying they haven’t vetted the Trump appointees? Worse yet, did he not report all his findings to the President?
Even the leftist rag, Politico, revealed that from September to November last year, while Flynn was working as a top adviser to Trump’s presidential campaign, he was lobbying for Inovo, a Dutch firm linked to the Turkish government, earning $530,000 for his company, Flynn Intel Group Inc. The General had even penned an op-ed calling for the “radical” cleric (whom the Turkish government wants to extradite) to be booted out of the US.
In an op-ed in The Hill, the General made these statements,
We must begin with understanding that Turkey is vital to U.S. interests. Turkey is really our strongest ally against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), as well as a source of stability in the region. It provides badly needed cooperation with U.S. military operations.
The primary bone of contention between the U.S. and Turkey is Fethullah Gülen, a shady Islamic mullah residing in Pennsylvania whom former President Clinton once called his “friend” in a well circulated video.
Gülen portrays himself as a moderate, but he is in fact a radical Islamist. He has publicly boasted about his “soldiers” waiting for his orders to do whatever he directs them to do. If he were in reality a moderate, he would not be in exile, nor would he excite the animus of Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his government.
After the General joined the Trump administration, he, like other incoming officials, agreed not to lobby for five years after leaving government service and never to represent foreign governments. Flynn’s newly disclosed lobbying would not have violated that pledge because it occurred before he joined the Trump administration in January.
Gulen and WikiLeaks
As far back as 2009, and 2011, WikiLeaks exposed Fethullah Gulen and was right on the money. Our Vice President has stated he will go after those who exposed the governments’ unconstitutional program to spy on American citizens. Why then, is Pence wanting to use the full force of the law against Assange and WikiLeaks when WikiLeaks actually helped Trump get elected, and whistleblowers are different than criminals?
Judge Napolitano said, “Assange is clearly a media entity, albeit an unorthodox one… so the thief, the person who hands it to WikiLeaks, is the criminal. Not WikiLeaks.” And, Pence may also run into a first amendment issue with Assange. [Link]
Napolitano is absolutely right. Why aren’t they going after the perpetrators rather than WikiLeaks who exposed them? The fact that Pence did not address the issue of violating Americans’ privacy, including General Flynn’s, but only those who ratted them out and exposed their crimes, is extremely troubling, especially when he has openly stated that there is no truth to the statements that the CIA is surveilling US citizens.
Judge Napolitano opined that, based upon and observations of the disruption that is taking place, it seems obvious that someone needs to be tasked with cleaning up this entire mess. “Why not bring General Flynn back from his premature departure, and put him in charge of finding out what has been going on in this regard and prosecuting or at a minimum holding those responsible accountable to the American people?”
General Michael T. Flynn has known about Fethullah Gulen for a long time. The General knows that the primary objective of the Gulen Movement is to increase its share of power. He also knows that Gulen is wrapped up with the CIA, and a CIA handler named Graham Fuller, and that same CIA wanted to rid the Trump administration of General Flynn, for obvious reasons. Not only is Flynn a skilled intelligence officer, but he knows Islam and the danger it represents to America, and in this case to America’s children.
There is some good news. President Donald Trump’s potential pick for EU ambassadorship, Ted Malloch, said that he believes the new U.S. administration will likely extradite Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) leader Fetullah Gülen, as Turkey is member of NATO and a strategic ally.
Morocco’s ministry of education has announced that the country has shut down all schools operating under the umbrella of Mohamed Al-Fatih group, an educational establishment linked with the Gülenist Terror Group. The same goes for other African countries including Sudan, Somalia, Benin and Guinea.
Sun Tzu said, “He who knows when he can fight and when he cannot, will be victorious.” Gulenists know their enemy well and that is why they do not fear the result of their fight. The problem is that the West does not know that the enemy is within, so they should be worried about the result of the fight. A country can survive its fools and its opportunists; however, it cannot endure the enemy from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly, like al Qaeda. But the enemy within moves freely amongst those within the gates, but surely, he is whispering and rustling through all the alleys. For the enemy within speaks, eats, acts, dresses, and behaves in ways familiar to his victims.
General Michael T. Flynn understands this only too well. In the next article, we’ll show why the General was working to extradite Gulen to Turkey, and rid America of the Gulen Charter schools.