Is this election politics -- or war?


"War is the continuation of politics by other means." ~ Carl von Clausewitz

Can we reverse that to assert that politics is just war by other means? Three military officers are suggesting that about this election. Thomas McInerney is a political commentator and a retired Air Force Lieutenant General, who served in top military positions under the President of the United States and Secretary of Defense. Here's what he says:

We are not talking about fraudulent voting acts. What we are talking about is treason. When you coordinate six to ten states using cyber warfare to change the outcome, these are treasonous acts. They’re not dirty deeds or fraudulent voting. They’re treasonous acts punishable by death. They are trying to take over our government.

The cyber-warfare infrastructure and security agency headed up by a guy by the name of Chris Krebs was saying it was the perfect election. No discrepancies. He’s got to be an idiot. But most of all he’s guilty of treason. And the President fired him. He is part of the cabal that has created this major attack, this major warfare and it is warfare. It’s hybrid warfare in the 21st century using cyber warfare and other techniques to change a government without a shot being fired.

Ret. Army Colonel Philip Waldron started his career as an air cavalry officer, flying helicopters on counter reconnaissance missions, and moved into information warfare, as an Information Operations Officer running psychological operations, computer network operations, deception operations security, and electronic warfare. He says:

I would tell you as an unconventional warfare  specialist, the American populace is facing an unconventional warfare scenario, and this is information warfare. The voting systems in the U.S. were built to be manipulated. Again my background as an information warfare officer is how to get in and corrupt these machines to conduct strategic influence operations. How do I get the enemy or targeted population in a foreign country to think and act a certain way?

A former special forces officer requested anonomity in an interview with two reporters from The Epoch Times. He says:

A color revolution is a tactic to affect regime change. What I see happening is a Marxist insurgency that’s using a color revolution to affect regime change. The goal here was never the presidency. The goal of the opposition was to fundamentally change the country. They are attacking the efficacy of the Constitution.

This is supported in all older unconventional warfare doctrines. You could go to our manuals and pull from them the information I’m telling you. This isn’t from someone who’s a rabid Trump supporter. This is what’s happening. The only thing we’re missing is a real guerrilla force, and we would be mistaken to think that’s just Antifa or Black Lives Matter. There are professional revolutionaries within those movements.

Cui bono?

~ Pactolian

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