How realistic is regime change in Iran? How and when Can it happen?

 

How realistic is regime change in Iran? How and when Can it happen?

Released by the Stand Up America US Foundation

 

November 15, 2018

 

By

MG Paul Vallely, US Army (Ret)

 

 

We have a President and Secretary of State, Donald Trump and Mike Pompeo who are committed to regime change in Tehran, Iran, sooner rather than later!

If any of the preconditions for regime change are in place, is the time right in the near future? To this, the answer is yes, if, a realistic strategy and foreign policy are developed. And it will certainly require a well-organized and funded coalition that can draw from all supporters inside and outside of Iran for a new, free democratic Iran.

Without underestimating the power in the hands of the mullahs, the truth is that Iran today is passing through “the deepest crisis the nation has experienced in decades” and is further isolating the country from its neighbors and other nations. A new future must come into being for the younger generations as well as the older generations of Iranians. Policies since the late 70s have produced nothing but grief for much of Iran’s population. A number of protests took place recently in Iran that received almost no attention anywhere other than inside the country itself. These events occurred in peripheral cities that suffer from rising unemployment, lack of infrastructure, increases in the cost of living, extreme climatic conditions, and air pollution. These cities are marginalized in Iran’s public discourse, which is reflected in an allocation of resources that is not commensurate with the needs of the residents – most of whom are classified as “ethnic minorities”. In those residents’ eyes, government policy is negligent and inattentive to their distress. Large-scale violent demonstrations took place recently in the Iranian city of Kazerun, which is under the jurisdiction of the Fars Province. They were the collective response of residents to the publication of a plan for a new administrative division of Fars that intends to remove two densely populated areas from the jurisdiction of the Kazerun municipality and grant them independent status (a sub-province called Koh-Chenar). Underlying the protests is the plight of many residents of the province who have long suffered from difficult working and living conditions. The administrative partition proposal served as a spark that ignited flames of frustration over government neglect.

In addition, the fall in the value of the Iranian currency—despite rising oil revenues—and the massive increase in the rate of unemployment over the past decade signal an economic crisis already heralded by double-digit inflation. In some cases, the government has been unable to pay its employees—including over 600,000 teachers—on time. We understand that there is a great transfer of money out of Iran, much of it coming to the US and other countries. Money laundering in South America has been validated. So, the question is, “What is happening in Iran? At the start of the new Iranian year, it was having difficulty financing over half of its projects, forcing hundreds of private contractors into bankruptcy. Meanwhile, fear of an international crisis over the nuclear issue, and the possibility of new sanctions imposed by the U.S. have put a damper on the Iranian economy.

Pompeo left open the possibility of a new deal, but one based on 12 conditions—including a full halt to all uranium enrichment, withdrawal of Iranian forces from Syria, and an end to support for groups like Hezbollah, the Houthis, and Shiite militias in Iraq—that the current regime would never support. The idea may seem to be that the U.S. will simply continue to ramp up the pressure until the regime capitulates. Any plan must not follow, and be close to, the neoconservative impulses of the George W. Bush administration people. Or for that manner, follow any of the Obama failed policies that had no specific strategy to assist the Iranian people in their quest for freedom and democracy.

Pompeo argued that recent economic protests in Iran are evidence of public anger at a regime that “reaps a harvest of suffering and death in the Middle East at the expense of its own people.”

In a brief question-and-answer postlude with Heritage Foundation President Kay Cole James, Pompeo came even closer to calling for an uprising, saying, “At the end of the day, the Iranian people will decide the timeline. At the end of the day, the Iranian people will get to make a choice about their leadership. If they make the decision quickly, that would be wonderful. If they choose not to do so, we will stay hard at this until we achieve the outcomes that I set forward today.” Given that there’s almost no chance of Iran meeting the Trump administration’s conditions, the hope seems to be that the Iranian people will take matters into their own hands. This is an enormously risky strategy. Many Iranians who are highly critical of their government’s policies are also resistant to foreign interference in their domestic politics. The regime already depicts anti-government demonstrations as American-inspired regime-change efforts. Pompeo just endorsed that depiction.

Why does the Islamic Republic behave as it does? The answer is that, as the spearhead of a revolutionary cause, it can do no other. The Islamic Republic is unlike any of the regimes in its environment, or indeed anywhere in the world. Either it will become like them—i.e., a nation-state—or it will force them to become like itself. As a normal nation-state, Iran would have few major problems with its neighbors or with others. As the embodiment of the Islamic Revolution, it is genetically programmed to clash not only with those of its neighbors who do not wish to emulate its political system but also with other powers as Iran continues as a threat to regional stability and world peace.

As the Islamic Republic continues to behave as it does it will be impossible for others, including the United States, to consider it a partner, let alone a friend or ally. This does not exclude talks, or even periods of relative détente, as happened with the USSR during the cold war. But just as the Soviet Union remained an enemy of the free world right up to the end, so the Islamic Republic will remain an enemy until it once more becomes a responsible nation-state.

How, then, should one deal with Iran in its current phase? There are several options. The most obvious is to do nothing. Among the attractions of this option is that, at least theoretically, it would deny the Islamic Republic the chance to cast itself as the grand defender of Islam against the depredations of the “infidel” camp led by the United States. It would also allow internal tensions in Iran to come to the forefront.

A robust and coordinated American posture on the economic, diplomatic, political, and moral fronts is creating forceful pressure on the current leadership and inspire new courage in its opponents, this coalition being an example. There is no denying that the mechanics of regime change are a delicate and often highly chancy matter and that the historical record offers examples of failure as well as of success. But there is also no denying that the game is worth the candle. Accelerating the collapse and replacement of this aberrant tyranny, a curse to the Iranian people and to the world, will strike a blow against anti-Western and anti-democratic forces all over the globe, safeguard America’s strategic interests in the Middle East and beyond, and add another radiant page to the Almanac of American support for the cause of freedom.

But the risk in the do-nothing option is clear. Interpreting it yet another sign of weakness on the part of its adversaries, the Islamic Republic may hasten its program to “export the revolution” around the Middle East and, more importantly, develop a credible arsenal of nuclear weapons. The result would be an even bigger challenge to the regional balance of power and to the world.

An alternative to the do-nothing option is the one favored, today as yesterday, by the apostles of dialogue: namely, to reach an accommodation with the Islamic Republic on its terms, in the hope that this will somehow, in time, help to modify its behavior. What matters, they say, is to engage the Islamic Republic as a partner in an international arrangement that, over an unspecified period, will end up imposing restraints on its overall behavior.

The risk here is equally obvious. Having won an initial concession from the “infidels,” the leadership would instantly and reflexively demand more. After all, dreams of conquering the world in the name of Islam, just as Hitler aimed to do in the name of the Aryan master race and the USSR in the name of Communism.

Proponents of “dialogue” like to cite the “Nixon in China” moment as a model for dealing with the Islamic Republic. But they forget two facts. The first is that, during Nixon’s presidency, the initiative for normalizing relations came not from the United States but from China, which was then trying to recast itself as a nation-state among nation-states. The Islamic Republic is not in that position, or anywhere near it. In fact, precisely because it bases its legitimacy as a revolutionary power on the teachings of Islam, something it does not fully control in doctrinal terms, it cannot abandon its revolutionary pretensions as easily as did the Maoists in Beijing, who “owned” their own ideology and could alter it at will.

There remains another option: regime change. The very mention of this term drives some people up the wall, inspiring images of an American invasion, a native insurgency, suicide bombers, and worse. But military intervention and pre-emptive war are not the only means of achieving regime change. Covert, information warfare or as I like to call it, strategic Psychological operations and intelligence operations will be critical.

What matters is to be intellectually clear about the issue at hand. The U.S. and the Middle East will not be safe if Iran, a key country in a region of vital importance to the world economy and to international stability, remains the embodiment of the Khomeini’s cause. Nor can the U.S. allow the Khomeini’s movement, itself a version of global Islamism, to achieve further political or diplomatic gains at the expense of the Western democracies.

The most immediate action by Tehran would be to strengthen the mullahs and demoralize all those inside Iran who have a different vision of their country’s future and an active desire to bring it about. In 1937 and 1938, many professional army officers in Germany, realizing that Hitler was leading their nation to disaster, had begun to discuss possible ways of getting rid of him. But the Munich “peace” accords negotiated by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain handed Hitler a diplomatic triumph and, with it, a degree of international legitimacy that, from then on, any would-be putschists could hardly ignore.

In the Middle East, this story has been repeated many times. The West helped Gamal Abdel Nasser transform the Suez fiasco into a political triumph, thereby encouraging an even bigger and, for Egypt, more disastrous, the war in 1967. The 1991 ceasefire that allowed Saddam Hussein to remain in power in Baghdad, interpreted by him as a signal of American weakness, emboldened him quickly to eliminate his domestic opponents and to begin preparations for a bigger war against the “infidel.” After the first al-Qaeda attack on New York’s World Trade Center in 1993, President Clinton dispatched a string of envoys to Afghanistan to strike a bargain with Mullah Muhammad Omar and the Taliban. Not only, to quote the Taliban foreign minister, was this seen as “a sign of weakness by the Crusader-Zionists,” and one that immensely enhanced the prestige of al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden, but it discouraged the anti-Taliban forces, many of whom concluded there was no point in fighting a foe backed by the world’s only superpower. That is the effect that reaching an accommodation with the regime will have on Iran’s own democrats and reformers. And it will have the same weakening effect on the growing democratic movement elsewhere in the Middle East. Some signs of this are already visible. For example, the fragile consensus belatedly formed around the idea of a two-state solution for Israel and the Palestinians is under pressure from a new “one-state” formula propagated by the “defiance front” led by Iran and including Syria, Hezbollah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Libya, and Sudan. In Lebanon, Hezbollah and its allies have been encouraged by Tehran to pursue a systematic bullying of the democratically elected government of Prime Minister Fouad Siniora. In Syria, the pro-reform camp has been defeated, and the Baathist regime, a vicious menace, has entered into an unprecedented dependence on Tehran. Even major powers like Russia, China, France, and Germany calibrate their relations with the Islamic Republic with reference to how they suspect Washington will, or will not, be acting.

By contrast, in opting for regime change, the U.S. would send a strong signal to the democratic movement inside Iran, as well as throughout the Middle East, that the Bush Doctrine remains intact and that the movement is doomed. Such a policy would also encourage Iran’s neighbors, and other powers concerned about aggressive Khomeini’s, to resist the political and diplomatic demarches of the Islamic Republic without fear of being caught out by a surprise deal between Tehran and Washington.

At home in the United States, a policy and strategy of regime change vis-à-vis the Islamic Republic would have the immense advantage of moral and political clarity. If backed by the requisite political will, it could open the way for a truly bipartisan approach toward dealing with a regime now identified as the United States’ most determined and potentially dangerous adversary in the region. For it is hard to imagine a democratic and pro-Western the Middle East being built without Iran, the largest piece in any emerging jigsaw puzzle.

Abroad, a U.S. policy of regime change would give heart to all those rightly worried by the alliance that Ahmadinejad was trying to build with thugs and lunatics like North Korea’s Kim Jong-Il, Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe, Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, and the Castro brothers in Cuba. Even today, Tehran is the ideological capital of international terrorism, with more than 60 groups from all continents gathering there each February for a global terror-fest. A triumphant Iran, armed with nuclear weapons, would only boost the international terrorist movement, thus further undermining the security of the United States and its allies. That alone is a powerful argument for regime change.

The short answer to the question is yes. Without underestimating the power still held by the mullahs over the Iranian people, let alone their ability to wreak devastating havoc in places near and far, several factors suggest that like other revolutionary regimes before them, their condition is more fragile than may at first appear.

One sign is the loss of regime legitimacy. The Islamic Republic owed its initial legitimacy to the revolution of 1979. Since then, successive Khomeini’s administrations have systematically dismantled the vast, multiform coalition that made the revolution possible. The Khomeini’s have massacred their former leftist allies, driven their nationalist partners into exile, and purged even many Islamists from positions of power, leaving their own base fractured and attenuated.

The regime’s early legitimacy also derived from referendums and elections held regularly since 1979. In the past two decades, however, each new election has been more “arranged” than the last, while the authoritarian habit of approving candidates in advance has become a routine part of the exercise. Many Iranians saw in the 2009 presidential election, in which Ahmadinejad was declared a surprise winner, as the last straw: credited with just 12 percent of the electorate’s vote in the first round, he ended up being named the winner in the second round with an incredible 60 percent of the vote.

Still another source of the regime’s legitimacy was its message of “social justice” and its promise to improve the life of the poor. This, too, has been subverted by reality. Today, more than 40 percent of Iran’s 70 million people live below the poverty line, compared with 27 percent before the Khomeini’s seized power. In 1977, Iran’s GDP per head per annum was the same as Spain’s. Today, Spain’s GDP is four times higher than Iran’s in real dollar terms. As the gap between rich and poor has widened to an unprecedented degree, the corruption of the ruling mullahs and their ostentatious way of life have made a mockery of slogans like “Islamic solidarity.”

A second sign is the presence of a major split within the ruling establishment itself. The list of former Khomeini’s who have distanced themselves from today’s regime reads like a who’s who of the original revolutionary elite. It includes former “student” leaders who raided the U.S. embassy in 1979, former commanders of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, and dozens of former cabinet ministers and members of the Islamic Majlis (parliament). Most have adopted a passive stance vis-à-vis the regime, but a surprising number have clearly switched sides, becoming active dissidents and thereby risking imprisonment, exile, or even death. Any decline in the regime’s international stature could deepen this split within the establishment, helping to isolate the most hardline Khomeini’s.

A third harbinger is that the regime’s coercive forces have become increasingly reluctant to defend it against the people. Since 2002, the regular army, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, and the professional police have refused to crush workers’ strikes, student demonstrations, and other manifestations of anti-regime protest. In many instances, the mullahs have been forced to deploy other, often unofficial, means, including the so-called Ansar Hezbollah (“Supporters of the Party of God”) and the Based Butadiene (“Mobilization of the Dispossessed”).

A fourth sign is the emergence of alternative sources of moral authority in Iranian society. Even in religious matters, more and more Iranians look for guidance to non-official or even anti-official mullahs, including the clergy in Iraq. (Admittedly, this is partly since the present “Supreme Guide,” Ali Khamenei, is a mid-ranking mullah who would never be accepted by senior Shiite clergy as a first among equals.)

As for non-religious matters, there was a time when the regime enjoyed the support of the overwhelming majority of Iran’s “creators of culture.” Today, not a single prominent Iranian poet, writer, filmmaker, composer, or artist endorses the Khomeinis; most have become dissidents whose work is either censored or banned. Opposition intellectuals, clerics, trade-union leaders, feminists, and students are emerging as new sources of moral authority.

Finally, there are at least the outlines, although no more than the outlines, of a strategic, political alternative. Like nature, society abhors a vacuum. In the case of Iran, that vacuum cannot be filled by the dozen or so groups in exile, although each could have a role in shaping a broad national alternative. What is still needed is an internal political opposition that can act as the nucleus of a future government.

Unfortunately, such a nucleus cannot be created so long as the fear exists that the U.S. and its allies might reach an accommodation with the regime and leave Iranian dissidents in the lurch. And that fear has roots. In the years 1999-2000, President Khatami succeeded in splitting the opposition by boasting of the terms of his forthcoming “grand bargain” with President Clinton. His message was ingeniously twofold: the deal would help solve the nation’s economic problems and open the way for less repressive measures in social life and culture, but it would include a stipulation that America would never help opponents of the Khomeini’s regime. Although, as we have seen, the “grand bargain” itself came to naught, the message and its implications have hardly been forgotten.

With a clear compass, the litmus test for any policy toward Iran will likewise be clear: does this activity, program, or initiative help or hinder regime change? Under that general guideline, any number of specific policies can be envisioned, some of them already in place. For instance, the adoption of a regime-change strategy does not preclude American participation in diplomatic initiatives focused on issues, such as the current efforts to engage the Islamic Republic in the matter of its nuclear ambitions. But the crucial criterion is that the process must not be allowed to become a substitute for policy. In the hope of winning concessions from the mullahs, Germany, France, and the UK, the three EU partners in the talks, have chosen to ignore the question of the sanctions already envisaged under the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty for the regime’s repeated violations of its provisions; the U.S., by contrast, can and should press for their application.

Above all, the United States should be, as the President stated in his address to the UN, resolutely on the side of the Iranian people. Programmatically, two things are needed here: assuring Iranians in no uncertain terms that the U.S. will never endorse or grant legitimacy to the current despotic regime, and helping to expose the Islamic Republic’s repressive policies, human-rights violations, rampant corruption, and wanton subsidization of some of the worst terror groups on the face of the earth. Funding Iranian opposition groups, if needed, is one way to accomplish this. More important and ultimately perhaps more effective is for the U.S. to use its immense bully pulpit to publicize the Iranian people’s struggle for freedom.

A more robust and coordinated American posture on the economic, diplomatic, political, and moral fronts would create forceful pressure on the current leadership and inspire new courage in its opponents. There is no denying that the mechanics of regime change are a delicate and often highly chancy matter and that the historical record offers examples of failure as well as of success. But there is also no denying that the game is worth the candle. Accelerating the collapse and replacement of this aberrant tyranny, a curse to the Iranian people and to the world, will strike a blow against anti-Western and anti-democratic forces all over the globe, safeguard America’s strategic interests in the Middle East and beyond, and add another radiant page to the Almanac of American support for the cause of freedom.

The regime is dying and no resuscitation is possible so it will be up to the Iranian people to make this happen. You need to be active….All of you need to unite!

 

    “Water eventually finds it’s path”
     – Persian Proverb

ARE WE AMERICANS A COUNTRY OF FOOLS OR PATRIOTS or BOTH?

ARE WE AMERICANS A COUNTRY OF FOOLS OR PATRIOTS OR BOTH?

 

 

By

BG Charles Jones, USAF (Ret) and MG Paul E Vallely, US Army (Ret)

October 31, 2018

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The real answer is, “we are about to find out at the completion of the 2018 mid-term election”. But first let us look at the dictionary definition of a fool, then of a patriot. A fool is defined as a person without good sense or judgment; a person who acts unwisely; a person who has been deceived or tricked; a dupe.  A patriot is a person who loves their country and gives it loyal support, defends it and its interests.

It has often been said that if a person has no country that person factually has nothing. Absolutely nothing of worth nor of worldly goods. Prime examples that come to mind in this hemisphere are the middle class and poor people of Venezuela, El Salvador, Honduras and others. Yet the elites and political class in those countries prosper and do well. Why the wide disparity between the several classes in those countries and others of like political disarray, deceit, deception and economic destruction. Very simply because the fools banded together and followed a political party who promised what ever the fools wanted to hear and were constantly told what they wanted to hear generation after generation that became a family way of life unfortunately at great harm to the fools, after it became too late. They did not avail themselves of the freedoms and safety of supporting their own country and their children’s future and even their own well being. They followed a partisan political party of self-serving greedy politicians who never cared about their well being, their futures nor the national security of what was once a free country given to them by their forefathers. Sound familiar American citizens? Particularly of the tax and spend, open borders, free higher education, college debt forgiven, guaranteed incomes, sanctuary cities and politically decreasing “constitutional republic concentric circles” ending up as a socialist country? That’s what happens when citizens forsake their own free, safe, secure country to follow a political party of deception, deceit, open borders and economic destruction, ongoing for decades, because the fools never took the personal time and effort to become patriots! Patriots politically needed to protect The Constitution of the United States, to preserve the Constitutional Republic of The United States of America, to insure The Rule of Law prevails, to guarantee a future for the children and secure a well being for themselves and all generations to come within the greatest country that has ever existed on planet earth, The United States of America.

 

 

American voting public, you must know that your country stands on the verge of being destroyed by a citizenry of voting socialists and ignorant fools who will vote for a political party of deception RATHER than voting for the good, well-being, prosperous, safe country. It is for congressional leadership and an administration to stop all illegal border crossings and an organized, politically motivated invasion into the heartland of America. We know these caravans are organized and supported by nefarious organizations and individuals composed of drug cartels, gangs , Iranian terrorist cells, ISIS, Al Qaeda as well as  many innocent people and families who are being used as pawns!  Your votes next Tuesday, November 6, 2018, are critical! Make sure you and your neighbors go to the polls and vote for a safe and secure America!  That can yet be accomplished by voting as an American patriot and not a fool for your country.

 

By MG Paul Vallely, US Army (Ret) & BG Charles Jones, USAF (Ret)

Contact: standupamericausa1@gmail.com

 

STOP! CHILDREN’S FUTURE AT RISK, COMMON SENSE REQUIRED

 

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October 30, 2018

Look at the purposeful, political, illegal, alien invasion of the United States that is bringing once eradicated diseases back into our schools and communities, massive gang crime that is killing young Americans in schools and on the streets, drunken driver deaths, housing benefits, food stamps and free medical, plus social security benefits given to the illegal alien invaders all by too many politicians in our US Congress, both the House and Senate. Worse is the fraudulent voting by illegals that has changed the outcome of some elections that American voting citizens desired, that in turn greatly affected needed laws NOT written in the US congress. The American public voted decisively to have a border wall built on the US Mexican Border in 2006. Is a specific political party aided by a very few misguided political elites from the other party responsible for this failing, costly, deadly, culture changing American nightmare that has been growing since President Reagan departed the White House? Congress, where is the wall?

Think about what Obama Care deceit, deception and medical destruction has done to the Medical Profession and overall Health Care for America! And to top it off Obama Care was retained by one angry Senator who cast the deciding vote to continue this exploding, corrupt, costly medical nightmare at great negative expense to taxpayers. Congress, why this failure?

Look straight up into the sky and see the many different chemical trails being sprayed from high flying jet aircraft, lingering, slowly expanding and spreading out to become thin white clouds that can gradually dispense particles of metallic aluminum, aluminum oxide, barium titanate, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, black carbon or other chemicals that can greatly affect human medical problems. What is the reason for this, that the public is not being told? Is it for weather modification, seeding the clouds for rain, controlling climates, reflecting the sun heat to cool the planet, to form a Space Fence that can deter UFO’s and ET’s, or covertly reduce the planets rapidly expanding over population? Congress, who’s been making these hidden decisions?

What about the very possible treason and lies to the American people with four great Americans being killed at Benghazi along with American war fighting weapons being filtered into opposition Muslim Brotherhood attempts to establish a Caliphate from Iran to Morocco. War on Terrorism was declared by President G.W.Bush soon after the 9/11 attack. Is the US still at a declared war footing and therefore can treason against US citizens still apply as may have happened at Benghazi? Congress?

There apparently was a fraudulent attempt to keep the present POTUS from being elected in 2016 and further attempts to have him impeached by a political opposition still reverberate within the Halls of Congress. Violence by masked political opposition rages on the city streets in some cities in the United States and Congress has made no move to quell these masked criminal’s, some who are reportedly paid for their baseless activities. Who is responsible for these crazed actions against American citizens and elected plus appointed politicians?  Congress get busy.

Facts; The United States of America is a Republic; its citizens are Sovereigns and are superior to the US Government. The Constitution of the United States is a charter of government deriving its whole authority from the governed, the sovereigns, who exercise their rights through their elected US Representatives and Senators with the citizens vote being the final Key in expressing ones will, preference or choice of Congressional leadership, for establishing the Rule of Law, providing National Security, repelling invasions and writing needed Laws, all for the well being of US citizens.  Further it is the Constitutional Responsibility of The elected President to execute the office of the President by administering the Laws of the land as written by the US Congress however he cannot act for greater good when no laws are written giving him the authority needed.

Therefore, very basically and factually, it is the U S citizen voters who are  responsible for the well being, safety, security and  National Defense of all America within the Continental Limits of The United States of America, by their vote choice of a Congress to support the President.

So, why is this Nation and the American children’s future in such a disarray and jeopardy in the year 2018?  After all,  America now has a President, the first president since Ronald Reagan departed the White House, who is standing foremost on the US Governments front lines and fighting daily for the people and this Nation to bring peace and prosperity for all.  Yet there has  never before been witnessed a political opposition creating deception, disruption, discord, violence and pure evil within this one of a kind Constitutional Republic on Planet Earth, The United States of America. Have the voters bottle necked America with a congressional failure?

Why? Very simple, because far too many citizen voters, sovereigns all, have allowed fatal and pure evil flaws of failed leadership at the Legislative Branch of US Government to nearly overturn the United States of America by an illegal alien invasion. Voters who have through lack of attention to national detail, a lack of wisdom, far too many who have a blank America First mindset and who blindly follow the elite political party politicians who do whatever it takes to steal the power to rule, then want to confiscate far too many taxes from wages, salaries and retirement incomes and immorally use all the fraudulent illegal alien votes they can muster via the corrupt Clinton Motor Voter Registration system. That, in and of itself, is nothing more than political party voting in place of using enough common sense to vote for your country. All by countless citizens who are uninformed or misinformed and unable to address matters and issues that critically affect their nation and their own households. It’s American citizen voters who have sat back while answers are available on the internet, at libraries and research facilities while stupidly voting for a political party rather than vote for the good and well being for their own country and their children’s future. Political Party over Country? Why O Why this nonsense?

It is  congress with a self-serving  politically purposeful illegal alien invasion of decades when the majority voters want a security wall built on the US/Mexican border that no one can climb over undetected; it is congress who is not stopping the secret chemical spraying of the earth’s atmosphere; it is congress who can assemble a group of politicians who WILL develop an affordable health care system for the less fortunate American citizens plus affordable medical insurance for all others; it is congress who can stop skyrocketing medicine costs; it is congress who can eliminate the unholy, dastardly, destructive un-necessary  interest on the National Debt; it is congress who can legislate cheap Zero Point energy for all humanity; it is congress who can give the President the tools (laws) to do what America must have for its people. The sovereigns who are supposed to be superior to government, but too many have been stuck on stupid for far too long because they have voted for partisan political party corruption rather than vote for their own government, their children’s, and even their own secure and free future.

When voting American citizens begin voting for their country, via US Congress, our President will then have the necessary laws, via a responsible Congress, both House and Senate, to enforce and make America for American citizens secure, safe, prosperous and great again. Our President’s first order of business can and will be to expeditiously build that wall on the US and Mexican border. Because unlike a majority of voters who have tried to get the message across to congress in 2006, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016, a huge caravan of cowards, criminals and drug dealers are marching from the southern Mexican Border headed toward the United States for jobs and crime rather than stay and fight the despotic politicians who steal their money in their own country of birth. America’s forefathers fought for America in the Revolution with very little support and won freedom, safety, security. Those in Central America can do the very same. The marching illegal alien invasion caravan that can finally destroy America and its culture for future generations, if not stopped at the 2018 ballot box by American voters (who must get to know the facts), spells doom plus the evil political demise of the greatest country on planet earth.

It is now the urgent responsibility of every American citizen voter to help save this nation’s future and no one else but the American citizen voter can be held responsible for the outcome. Voters must move correctly with no room for error at the 2018 ballot box, while the Nation has a President who will preserve this great Republic. Ignore the falsehoods that the failed elite’s have spewed into formative childlike minds causing unfounded evil about the President. Get to know the FACT’S. These opposition elites do not want any President tipping over their tax payer funded piggy bank so as to spend those hard labor earned tax dollars as they so choose. This President gets things done for the well being of Americans in spite of the endless evil back stabbing.  But he can’t continue on the same productive path without a cooperative and larger number of representatives of the sovreigns in Congress to help him after the midterm 2018 elections.

By MG Paul Vallely, US Army (Ret) and BG Charles Jones, USAF (Ret)

 

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Americans are Starting to Wake up!

 

 

Americans are Starting to Wake up!

 

By Paul E. Vallely

 

“I am the master of my fate; I am the captain of my soul.” From the Poem Invictus by English poet William Ernest Henley (1849–1903) that was penned in 1875. Yes, America, you are watching while “The Deep State” an enemy of the people destructing before our very eyes thanks to President Donald Trump. Now, we are awakening. Glory be! The growing majority of the country and its citizens are seeing the light of our inept and incompetent past leadership In Washington! The battle is on and we shall not retreat. The Declaration of Independence states: “To secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to affect their Safety and Happiness.”

 

We will not permit the Democratic Party to continue in their efforts to lead us down the road of Progressive Socialism and destruction of the Republic. The Patriotic Revolution and Nationalism that I forecasted well over a year ago is happening now. We, Constitutionalists, face a battle that is unknown to our generations, so we must be aggressive in our collective efforts to continue to change the tide. The Fate of the country is now in our hands and the plea from the majority of our citizens is to enforce the Constitution, severely limit the Federal Government and it’s out of control spending. There is a growing list of documented violations of the Constitution and their Oath of Office by current elected and appointed government officials.

 

 

Lincoln issued this warning in his inaugural address, “Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up and shake off the existing government and form a new one. This is the most valuable and sacred right – a right which we hope and believe is to liberate the world.” Being a representative republic, not a democracy, and “rising up” means other than revolution by use of arms. The people must “rise up” (Stand Up) from the grass roots across this great country as we think of the greater good of this and future generations. We are limited in the peaceful transfer of power…resignation, elections, and impeachment. That is why the Patriotic Revolution must take place to ensure the survival of the Union.

 

 

The oath is simple and reads:

“I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same, that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God.” Sadly, we have seen them violate their oath. Fraud, lying, and corruption are rampant, and some have engaged in treasonous activities, and they effectively thumb their noses at us. The Articles of Confederation were replaced with the Constitution, which granted the federal government enough authority to cultivate, promote and secure the Blessings of Liberty. The balance of authority and individual liberty was understood. Power was confined to that which was enumerated in the Constitution with a certain and meaningful intent for check and balances.

 

Article One, S5, CII and the 10th Amendment provides the authority, but this has been trumped by a system that rewards the powerful. In 1803 each congressional district averaged 38,476 people. In 2010 it is forecast to exceed 710,000. These numbers indicate power growth, and it effectively grew eight-fold in the 20th century alone. No wonder our representatives seek to stay in office so long. Power, money, and benefits beyond the reach of most Americans are the basis now for many politicians and revolving door appointees staying in office. They must be termed out. With incumbency comes to power. The party in the majority assigns power, so a long-term sitting representative can expect such power. A representative expected to stay in office in the 3rd Congress for approximately two years now expects 12 years, or 6 terms – so much for a “citizen government.” But this can be changed through grassroots organization and discourse. We must make it a local imperative and movement….of the People…by the People… and For the People.

 

“We, the People” have had enough. Enough is Enough. Obama, Clinton, Schumer, Pelosi, Feinstein and their followers appear more like a cult now on a progressive socialist and treasonous death march. We have watched them violate their sacred oath of office. Hopefully, our future will reflect the citizens changed the tide in a peaceful way in this upcoming election. This means raising your voice now to your neighbors, family, co-workers, and friends. Be the Captains of your Souls.

 

MG Paul Vallely, S Army (ret) is Chairman of Stand Up America US Foundation.

 

 

It’s still our country.

 

Admiral James “Ace” Lyons Tribute Luncheon

 

 

Invitation to:

Admiral James “Ace” Lyons Tribute Luncheon

Host:

Citizens Commission on National Security (CCNS) 301-456-4982

 

Army Navy Country Club

1700 Army Navy Drive

Arlington, Virginia 22202

Tuesday November 13, 2018 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

This link will take you to the Evite page, where you can see the details and rsvp if you would like to attend. You can also call the phone number found above.
 
We hope you can make it.