2021 Jan 12, 3:36pm
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MEMORANDUM FOR THE JOINT FORCESUBJECT: MESSAGE TO THE JOINT FORCEThe American people have trusted the Armed Forces of the United States to protect them and our Constitution for almost 250 years. As we have done throughout our history, the U.S. military will obey lawful orders from civilian leadership, support civil authorities to protect lives and property, ensure public safety in accordance with the law, and remain fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.The violent riot in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021 was a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building, and our Constitutional process. We mourn the deaths of the two Capitol policemen and others connected to these unprecedented events.We witnessed actions inside the Capitol building that were inconsistent with the rule of law. The rights of freedom of speech and assembly do not give anyone the right to resort to violence, sedition and insurrection.As Service Members, we must embody the values and ideals of the Nation. We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values, and oath; it is against the law.On January 20, 2021, in accordance with the Constitution, confirmed by the states and the courts, and certified by Congress, President-elect Biden will be inaugurated and will become our 46th Commander in Chief.To our men and women deployed and at home, safeguarding our country-stay ready, keep your eyes on the horizon, and remain focused on the mission. We honor your continued service in defense of every American.[signed]Mark A. MilleyGeneral, U.S. ArmyChairman of the Joint Chiefs of StaffJohn E. HytenGeneral, U.S. Air ForceVice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of StaffJames C. McConvilleGeneral, U.S. ArmyChief of Staff of the ArmyDavid H. BergerGeneral, U.S. Marine CorpsCommandant of the Marine CorpsMichael M. GildayAdmiral, U.S. NavyChief of Naval OperationsCharles Q. Brown, Jr.General, U.S. Air ForceChief of Staff of the Air ForceJohn W. RaymondGeneral, U.S. Space ForceChief of Space OperationsDaniel R. HokansonGeneral, U.S. ArmyChief of the National Guard Bureau
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Can the Government Discriminate Based on Race or Gender?June 14, 2013One of the great misconceptions in the law is that government entities have the power to award contracts and bestow other favors based on race or gender. In reality, courts have strongly condemned attempts at social engineering by manipulating the rules to favor one citizen over another based on race or gender.One such case involved Paramitjit Virdi, an architect who placed a bid to fulfill a contract for the Dekalb County Board of Education. Unfortunately for Mr. Virdi, the DeKalb County Board of Education maintained the mildly-named “Minority Vendor Involvement Program.” The program’s stated goal was to “provide increased opportunities for blacks, women, and other minorities to engage in business activities with the school system.” In practice, the minority participation preferences were used as quotas in awarding contracts. Under the program, contracts were not awarded to the lowest bidder. Instead, the program looked first to the minority participation goals and ensured minority vendors were awarded contracts in numbers that exceeded the stated goals on an annual basis.In a case handled by A. Lee Parks, and the lawyers at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, Mr. Virdi challenged the minority set-aside program in federal court. On June 13, 2005, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit declared that the DeKalb County School District’s Minority Vendor Involvement Program was unconstitutional because it discriminated against vendors based on race, and favored African-American contractors and applicants. The set-aside program had been in effect in the DeKalb School System for fourteen (14) years.In a strongly worded opinion, the Court struck down the program as unconstitutional on its face because it created clear racial classifications, and was not narrowly tailored to act as a remedy of some defined past act of discrimination as required by law. The Court rejected the School Board’s argument that there was a compelling remedial interest that supported this type of race-based preference program, finding that “no evidence that the DeKalb District considered any race-neutral alternative means of tracing its activities to avoid unwitting discrimination.” The case is Virdi v. Dekalb County School District, 135 Fed. Appx. 262 (2005).According to Attorney Parks, “Declaring the Minority Vendor Involvement Program facially unconstitutional was a hard-fought victory for our client and other prospective contractors with the DeKalb County Schools.” Because of this victory, contracting with the DeKalb County School District can take place on an equal, race-neutral basis.It is the well-established law of the land that the government cannot discriminate against citizens based on immutable characteristics such as race and sex.
Can we sue?
Absolutely EVERY major entity is corrupted, either because they are beneficiaries of the corruption, or because they're ignorant enough to believe the lies that the dems and their propaganda outlets keep pushing.
Can the Government Discriminate Based on Race or Gender?
Patrick saysCan the Government Discriminate Based on Race or Gender?Then again, sowing division to distract from how the elite have fucked us all is the real issue.I'm not going to fall for it, not going to engage in talk about race or sex at all.Just going to talk about how discrimination based on political affiliation is a Civil Rights issue, and how the 0.1% is in face suppressing our right to free speech.It's as if every carrier cuts off your telephone access and claims it's ok because they are private companies. "Go build your own telephone network."
What about actions all across the country for the past months of people burning, looting, and murdering. You guys "witness" that? Anything to say about that?
We witnessed actions inside the Capitol building that were inconsistent with the rule of law. The rights of freedom of speech and assembly do not give anyone the right to resort to violence, sedition and insurrection.
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Again, if Trump is going to be out shortly, why would they have even bothered making such a statement?
Do They plan to live elsewhere.. when revolt happens and America disintegrates into chaos?
Joints Chief statement a head fake? Is it real?I read that Dec.10, 2020 (remember that) Trump enacted the Order Of Succession In Department Of Defense in case the acting DOD was incapacitated ( shot, garroted, poisoned, hit by a drone, run over, drowned, stabbed etc), and none of the successors included the Joint Chiefs i.e. they couldn't just kill Secretary of Defense and take over by fiat, the succession would go down the chain of command designated by Trump. Its purpose was clearly to keep certain parties in the DOD from that authority. Was this anticipating the Joint Chief's actions and reactions?
There is another strange theory that does seem to take up the threads of many 'real history' things. I am not that familiar with these concepts, but people do crow about the Federal Reserve a lot, and the idea that USA has been a corporation owned by the City of London (the small banking one, not the big one) since 1870's and that the current strategy is aimed not toward Jan. 20, but allowing the Presidency to run out without a successor in order to dissolve both the Corporation USA and the Federal Reserve, and re-elect Trump March 4. as the NINETEENTH President after Grant, but in the legitimate, non owned corporate sense.
Biden may not be the issue at all but a symptom of the issue.
does that mean the Smithsonian is closed?
However, it is clear Soros could not operate the way he does without the forces of high governance behind him but is simply another shell corporation to enact and enforce the will of banks and intelligence agencies.
Apologies for the You Tube link, Patrick.
It's quiet...too quiet. Something big is happening or about to happen.
I have not heard of any Biden win celebrations.
I wish there were a mirror site that just copied all their videos.
Political correctness runs rapid in the military. I'm not sure how they find the time to train for war.
As a veteran, I am not sure why it was necessary for the Joint Chiefs to release a statement like this.Political correctness runs rapid in the military. I'm not sure how they find the time to train for war.
I don't. What is the mission in Afghanistan for example? Seems to be to guard poppy fields and increase opium production.
First, I have a script to archive youtube videos with youtube-dl - if you want it, let me know. It's pretty simple.Second: There is, sort of. You can save archives of youtube videos with the wayback machine. http://web.archive.org It can take a while to archive the video, but it will eventually be done. Here's the one I just archived:http://web.archive.org/web/20210113214836/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNHxyE-nfGk It's still processing, but eventually you'll be able to get to the archived page. I'll update this post when it's done.And at 2:30 I got this:http://web.archive.org/web/20210113214836if_/https://w...
Do you think anybody in the upper levels of our military intend to ever WIN a war?
Go to link for more.
Blast 'em if they step on your lawn,
Not in Cali. They need to be inside your home for this to be legal.
richwicks saysI don't. What is the mission in Afghanistan for example? Seems to be to guard poppy fields and increase opium production. Yup. Presumably, somebody somewhere has pictures of Bill Clinton and George Bush Sr. smiling together while overlooking poppy fields in Afghanistan.
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