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120+ Retired Military Officials Sign Open Letter Warning United States “is in Deep Peril”


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Over 120+ retired military officials have signed an open warning letter to the United States.

In their warning, these military officials state that America is “in deep peril.”

Specifically, they call out the internal homeland threat from the radical left, writing:

We are in a fight for our survival as a Constitutional Republic like no other time since our founding in 1776. The conflict is between supporters of Socialism and Marxism vs. supporters of Constitutional freedom and liberty.

Remember, military servicemen and women are sworn to protect our country and our Constitution.

For so many former military officials to be making such a public warning is alarming.

The letter does not mince words.

They blame the Biden regime and the complicit Democrat party for risking America’s future.

More details, including the contents of the alarming letter, below:

If military officials wrote an open letter warning about President Trump, don’t you think the media would cover it?

Of course they would!

So why aren’t they covering this letter?

Forget about partisan politics!

If the future of the country is truly at stake, isn’t that something that we can all rally around?

Just the News has more details on the contents of this warning letter:

More than 120 retired American military officials have signed an open letter warning that America has veered left under Democratic control and that the nation’s survival is on the line.

“Under a Democrat Congress and the Current Administration, our Country has taken a hard left turn toward Socialism and a Marxist form of tyrannical government which must be countered now by electing congressional and presidential candidates who will always act to defend our Constitutional Republic. The survival of our Nation and its cherished freedoms, liberty, and historic values are at stake,” the letter states.

Some of the signers include retired Army Brigadier General Donald Bolduc, who is running to serve as a U.S. Senator from the state of New Hampshire, and retired Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin, the executive vice president of the Family Research Council.

As one of the various issues raised, the letter described China as the largest outside threat to the U.S. and called for levying sanctions and restrictions in order to defend national interests and counter China’s “world domination goal.”

The retired military officials advocated for building a border wall. “Sovereign nations must have controlled borders,” they wrote.

Regarding the Democrat-backed elections-related legislation which was approved by the House earlier this year without any GOP support, they warned that, “H.R.1 & S.1, (if passed), would destroy election fairness and allow Democrats to forever remain in power violating our Constitution and ending our Representative Republic.”

They expressed opposition to the idea of the U.S. participating in an Iran nuclear deal and called for nixing “the corrosive infusion of Political Correctness into our military which damages morale and war fighting cohesion.”

“Our Nation is in deep peril. We are in a fight for our survival as a Constitutional Republic like no other time since our founding in 1776. The conflict is between supporters of Socialism and Marxism vs. supporters of Constitutional freedom and liberty,” they declare in the letter.

This letter has been made public just as France marches towards civil war.

What does France have to do with any of this?

Well, many political observers believe that France is ahead on the same path as the United States.

France opened its borders, allowing immigrants (mostly Muslims) to flood into their country.

Not only that, but France has been fighting between capitalism and communism/socialism.

France also had fights about the COVID lockdowns.

Sound familiar?

Because we have the same climate here in the United States.

In fact, France’s military leaders also wrote an open letter warning about civil war.

If the similarities don’t scare you, they should.

While our military leaders didn’t specifically warn about civil war, the undertones of civil unrest are clear.

BBC confirms that France is in a perilous situation:

A new open letter has been published in France warning of the threat of civil war and claiming to have more than 130,000 signatures from the public.

The message, published in a right-wing magazine, accuses the French government of granting “concessions” to Islamism.

“It is about the survival of our country,” said the text, said to be issued anonymously by soldiers and appealing for public support.

The French government condemned it, as well as a similar letter last month.

Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin called the latest letter a “crude manoeuvre” and accused its anonymous signatories of lacking “courage”, AFP news agency reported.

The letter to the government last month came from semi-retired generals. The minister in charge of the armed forces, Florence Parly, said they would be punished for defying a law that forbids reservists or serving members of the military from expressing opinions in public on religion and politics.

However, far-right leader Marine Le Pen, a candidate in next year’s presidential election, spoke out in support of the estimated 1,000 servicemen and women who backed the April letter.

The new text was published late on Sunday by Valeurs Actuelles, although the numbers and ranks of its original signatories – said to be active members of the military – remain unclear.

The authors of the letter describe themselves as part of a younger generation of soldiers who have served in Afghanistan, Mali and the Central African Republic, or joined domestic anti-terrorism operations.

“They gave their skin to destroy the Islamism to which you are giving concessions on our soil,” they wrote.

Because of their anonymity, it is impossible to gauge how far the writers of this new letter represent the rank-and-file of the armed forces. Online petitions where no-one has to give their name cannot be regarded as firm evidence of anything.

Nonetheless, it would come as no surprise if this kind of generalised pessimism about the state of France were indeed the commonplace of barrack-rooms and officers’ messes the length and breadth of the country.

Most French civilians are also concerned about violence, drugs and Islamism, so for soldiers – by instinct more attached than most to tradition, law-and-order and authority – to share those views is hardly in itself of note.

What’s contentious is the willingness to go public and blur the lines between the military and the political. And on that score there will be many in the armed forces who disagree with the letter-writers. The analysis – even the warnings of disintegration and civil war – may be widely shared.

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But urging politicians to “act” to stop the rot, with an implicit “or else” if they don’t: that is a step into the unknown that the people who count in the armed forces – the top brass – would certainly not condone.

As civil and global unrest increases thanks to the Biden regime, the strength and wisdom of President Trump continues to become more apparent.

Should Trump decide to run again in 2024, we expect him to be welcome with open arms.

It hasn’t even been a year, but we miss him already.

And our military leaders do, too.

And that should scare us all.



 

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