Mark Milley is the woke crypto-fascist and CCP puppet chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was appointed Army chief of staff in 2015. Milley has been roundly criticized for politicizing the military, spewing Democratic party talking points in sworn congressional testimony, and implementing Marxist policies in the U.S. armed forces. Milley is a proponent of scientific racism.
|“||The Afghan Security Forces have the capacity to sufficiently fight and defend their country ....||”|
Over 220 retired Generals and Admirals called for Milley's immediate resignation over his incompetent performance of duties during the planning and disasterous operation of the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Shortly thereafter, it was revealed Milley colluded with Democrat Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the coup against President Trump.
Rape of Afghanistan
- See also: Rape of Afghanistan
Milley testified before Congress on June 23, 2021 that the Taliban controlled about 81 districts in Afghanistan. Milley was asked about closing Bagram Airforce Base. Milley replied, “Bagram is not necessary, tactically or operationally for what we are going to try to do here with Afghanistan." Less than a month later, on July 21, 2021 he told reporters the Taliban controlled half of Afghanistan’s 419 districts, or more than twice as many as before. According to media reporting, the Taliban also controlled large stretches of multiple major highways, and at least six international border crossings. Civilian casualties hit a record high in May and June, according to the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan.
The U.S. military left the strategic Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan in the dead of night in early July 2021, leaving behind “thousands of civilian vehicles, including many that no longer had keys, and hundreds of armored military vehicles, such as Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, or MRAPs…” There are reports of the seizure by the Taliban of a “massive boon” of U.S. weapons supplied to and now abandoned by U.S.-trained Afghani soldiers. “The Taliban now find themselves flush with American-supplied tools, without having to raise a single penny.”
Mark Milley told reporters at his July 21, 2021 press conference, “our drawdown continues in a safe and orderly manner.” He continued with the following excerpted statement:
|“The Afghan Security Forces have the capacity to sufficiently fight and defend their country, and we will continue to support the Afghan Security Forces where necessary in accordance with the guidance from the president and the secretary of defense.
“The future of Afghanistan is squarely in the hands of the Afghan people, and there are a range of possible outcome[s] in Afghanistan. And I want to emphasize repeatedly, and I’ve said this before, a negative outcome, a Taliban automatic military takeover, is not a foregone conclusion. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and make adjustments as necessary.”
Breitbart reported on August 16, 2021 that Milley told senators on a briefing call that U.S. officials are expected to alter their earlier assessments about the pace of terrorist groups reconstituting in Afghanistan.
|“Based on the evolving situation, officials now believe terror groups like al-Qaeda and others may be able to grow much faster than expected, according to the person, who had direct knowledge of the briefing but was not authorized to discuss the details of the call publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity.”
“The Biden administration officials on the call with senators—among them were Milley, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin—said U.S. intelligence agencies are working on forming a new timeline based on the evolving threats, the person familiar with the matter said.”
During a press conference on August 18, 2021 at the Pentagon with Biden defense minister Lloyd Austin, Milley was adamant when he proclaimed: “There was nothing that I or anyone else saw that indicated a collapse of this army and this government in 11 days.” Unfortunately, 23 U.S. Embassy staffers, all Americans, signed the July 13, 2021 cable sent to Antony Blinken warning of rapid territorial gains by the Taliban and the subsequent collapse of Afghan security forces, and offered recommendations on ways to mitigate the crisis and speed up an evacuation. At the same moment the White House was lashing out at the Taliban for violating their promise to allow safe passage for stranded Americans to the Kabul Airport, according to NPR Milley was telling reporters "the Taliban are facilitating the safe passage to the airport for American citizens. That is U.S. passport holders." Sasha Ingber, a reporter for Newsy, wrote on Twitter. “We’ve had Americans get beaten throughout the night. One of them, an American woman, was beaten ‘twice’ even though she was carrying a U.S. passport. Yesterday @PentagonPresSec said Americans are not being impeded as they travel to the Kabul airport, no Americans harmed. The Taliban agreed to let them evacuate,” she continued. “What I am hearing suggests otherwise. Americans have been injured and stopped from boarding planes.”
Milley and Austin and admitted that several US aircraft flew out of the country during the 2021 Rape of Afghanistan. They think they were flown to Russian Federal Republics of Uzbekistan or Tajikistan, but they were not sure. Austin and Milley had no idea how many aircraft were taken.
Michael Yon, a former Special Forces soldier and war correspondent was among the private citizens working with private networks and the military to rescue stranded Americans. Yon said, "We had them out there waving their passport screaming, 'I'm American.' People were turned away from the gate by our own Army." Yon emailed an Army major whose team had tried to coordinate the rescue before abandoning it. "You guys left American citizens at the gate of the Kabul airport. Three empty jets paid for by volunteers were waiting for them. You and I talked on the phone. I told you where they were. Gave you their passport images. And my email and phone number. And you left them behind. General Milley also knew. Great job saving yourselves. Probably get a lot of medals."
To ameliorate the rage after the murder of 13 U.S. servicemen Biden went on national television and vowed revenge. In as tuff a talk as Biden could muster, Biden said, "We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay." Within hours the executions began. Mainstream media reported a revenge killing for the alleged ISIS-K attack. The home of a family of 10, including 6 children, was struck in a drone strike. CNN reported a brother of the one of those killed said that they weren’t ISIS but an “ordinary family....We are not ISIS or Daesh and this was a family home — where my brothers lived with their families."
A neighbor told the outlet, “All the neighbors tried to help and brought water to put out the fire and I saw that there were five or six people dead,” “The father of the family and another young boy and there were two children. They were dead. They were in pieces. There were [also] two wounded.” Piers Morgan called out Biden’s “reckless abandonment” of Afghanistan after the drone strike killed 10 family members. “Horrific,” the former "Good Morning Britain" host tweeted to his millions of followers. “Yet more tragic casualties of President Biden’s woefully reckless abandonment of Afghanistan [and] the inevitable chaos [and] carnage that resulted from it.”
According to The New York Times, Biden killed Zemari Ahmadi, a long-time worker for Nutrition and Education International, a California-based aid group, and 9 other members of his family. On the morning of the atrocity, Ahmadi’s boss called him at 8:45 a.m and asked him to pick up his laptop; Mr. Ahmadi left at around 9 a.m. in a white Toyota Corolla belonging to his employer. This is when surveillance began; An MQ-9 Reaper drone tracked Ahmadi around Kabul, as he picked up breakfast and went to his office; Around 2:30pm, Ahmadi began filling canisters with water, to distribute them as aid; Mr. Ahmadi commuted home around 4pm; As he arrived home at 4:50pm, the U.S. drone fired a Hellfire missile at him, murdering him and his family members.
Shortly after the strike, U.S. military leaders insisted only ISIS combatants had been killed, and that a secondary explosion proved there were explosives in the vehicle. An on-the-ground investigation disproves any claims of a secondary explosion. Ahmadi’s relatives said 10 members of their family, including seven kids, were killed: Ahmadi and three of his children, Zamir, 20, Faisal, 16, and Farzad, 10; Mr. Ahmadi’s cousin Naser, 30; three of Romal’s children, Arwin, 7, Benyamin, 6, and Hayat, 2; and two 3-year-old girls, Malika and Somaya.
Deep state coup
Deep State subversives openly talked about military intervention in politics and presidential succession in August 2020. Defense One, which describes itself as "a portfolio brand of GovExec, whose market-leading services help contractors support government leaders and their missions," is in short one of numerous daily globalist newsletters for the administrative state and military-industrial complex. Thomas Crosbie of the Royal Danish Defence College’s Centre for Joint Operations wrote in Defense One:
|"there are two competing visions of the military in the public sphere today. One is the orthodox view, steeped in the reassuring Huntingtonian principles of subordination and nonpartisan, apolitical professionalism. The other is the heterodox view — despised and scorned wherever it appears — that dispenses with the self-serving myth that the military (or indeed any million-person, trillion-dollar organization) can ever be apolitical. Nonpartisan, yes; professional, yes; but never apolitical.
The problem is that the first perspective cannot abide any debate on the role of the military in politics, since these thinkers believe there is no acceptable role. For them, any overt action by the military in the political arena is forbidden. For reasons that have never been clear to me, covert action by the military in the political arena — for example, community relations, industrial relations, congressional relations, or public relations — seems to be fine.
From the second perspective, the military has a gravitational effect on American political life, and so inaction is no less politically charged than action.
These two perspectives are not distributed equally. Only the first is taught at military colleges and debated in polite society. The second is hounded wherever it appears, dismissed as a form of crypto-fascism. From my perspective, however, the opposite is closer to the truth.
On one hand, the orthodox view to keep the military separate from politics has had a long-term corrosive effect, contributing to an ineffective, wasteful military that is never criticized or audited thoroughly enough, and must be left alone as an autonomous, honorable organization for so long as it forsakes any overt political behavior. On the other hand, that same view poses an immediate danger as it insists that the military roll over and accept whatever anti-democratic actions are undertaken by a president clearly intending to do what he can to break the Constitution.
The second perspective — that the military simply is not above or outside of the nation’s politics — demands that we call military silence and inaction by its name: in the worst scenarios, complicity in the shredding of the Constitution, comfort to the enemies of democracy, and facilitation of an authoritarian coup (not by the military itself, but rather the unlawful seizure of power by Trump).
In their open letter, Nagl and Yingling were asking the general to act if and only if an authoritarian coup has already taken place — and to do so strictly in accordance with his personal oath to the Constitution. We see the ascendency of the first perspective in the vitriol poured upon their argument. These otherwise respected figures are vilified as advocating a military take-over and mocked for suggesting that a staff officer (especially the chairman, who has no direct command authority over any troops) should somehow be involved. It is as though the authors were channeling Othello’s Iago, a Spartan dog if ever there was one, in their advice to Milley: “follow him, to serve your turn upon him.”
Nagl and Yingling’s critics are right in describing such military intervention as unlawful and outrageous, but they err in labeling it a military take-over and are wrong in assuring the public it won’t be preferable to the alternative.
A forced transfer of power from Trump to someone else is not a traditional coup but rather a pronunciamento. Although unknown in American history, the type of political transition does occur globally." 
After the staged insurrection by the FBI at the U.S. Capitol building on January 6, 2021, Milley had the incentive "to act if and only if an authoritarian coup has already taken place" that Crosbie spoke of, and colluded with Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the coup against President Trump. On January 8, 2021 Pelosi told House Democrats that she spoke with Milley to discuss President Trump and the nuclear codes.
After becoming chairperson of the Joint Chiefs, Milley began implementing the revolutionary long march through the institutions advocated by Antonio Gramsci and Rudi Dutschke. President Donald Trump said of Milley, "Milley went to Congress and actually defended Critical Race Theory being shoved down the throats of our soldiers. This Marxist, racist propaganda has no place in our Military—I banned these programs, now Biden and the Pentagon have resumed them. As soon as possible Congress must defund this racist indoctrination. General Milley ought to resign, and be replaced with someone who is actually willing to defend our Military from the Leftist Radicals who hate our Country and Flag."
Milley is notable for a rather obtuse statement in a Congressional hearing: "I want to understand white rage. And I'm white."
Milley said in a House Armed Services Committee hearing he is “widely read” in communist literature and, most notably, “I personally find it offensive that we are accusing the United States military general officers are commissioned [and] noncommissioned officers of being ‘woke,’ or something else because we’re studying some theories that are out there. I’ve read Karl Marx, I’ve read Lenin, that doesn’t make me a communist. I want to understand white rage. And I'm white." Author Lee Smith noted that Milley was not asking the right questions:
|"Why are they mad we exported their jobs to China? Why are they mad we send their children to kill and die in strategically pointless foreign wars that advance only our interests? Why are they angry we denigrate their symbols and their monuments, their heroes, and their history? Why are they mad we destroyed their businesses and kept their children from going to school? Why are they mad we didn’t let them visit their loved ones in nursing homes and hospitals as they lay dying? Why are they mad we tell them they are racist, and their country will be remade in the image of those we encourage to cross our borders illegally, and the criminals we send to the streets to kill them? Why are they mad when we tell them that there is no place for them in the new country until they confess to the evil they have done?|
Helen Raleigh of The Federalist asks,
|Here are some questions for Milley. How can American soldiers of different racial backgrounds fight side-by-side and entrust each other with their lives if their relationship is defined as oppressors and oppressed because of their skin color? How can you ask minority soldiers to defend this nation (and even make the ultimate sacrifice) if they have been told they are victims of this nation’s everlasting racism?|
Left: Russian Army recruiting ad.
Right: woke progressive U.S. Army recruiting ad approved under Milley's command.
Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech discussed Gen. Mark Milley and the increasingly politicized nature of the U.S. military:
|“General Milley’s record of achievements, such as they are, include episodes of profound blundering — a persistent misunderstanding of the national interest. And a dangerous willingness to politicize the army of the United States....Our armed forces remains a stronghold of brave patriots. But once you get that first star on, things change. Advancement becomes about subjective politics, not empirical outcomes. When your next job and your next promotion depend on a vote of the United States Senate, their priorities become your own, and you start to resemble a senator more and more, and a general less and less....This is a group of leaders who are masters at political climate, media engagement, and spending trillions in your taxpayer dollars....They even get the praise of one useful media idiot after another, whose natural inclination is to ‘yes queen’ anyone who agrees with their woke ideology no matter how obvious it is that they fail at any measure of success at their actual job.”|