According to the book “Peril” written by Bob Woodward, General Mark Milley, the Joint Chiefs chairman, told China in a secret phone call that he would give advance warning if the US was ever going to attack.

“In a pair of secret phone calls (Oct. 20 and Jan. 8), Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, assured his Chinese counterpart, Gen. Li Zuocheng of the PLA, that the U.S. would not strike, according to the new book written by Washington Post associate editor Bob Woodward and national political editor Robert Costa.

None of this is news to readers of this blog. Still, it’s interesting that Woodward, who feels for all the world like an NWO shill, is writing this sort of thing….more at Gateway Pundit

I have not read the book and doubt that I will. But it’s interesting that he smacked the traitorous, treacherous, and thoroughly modern General Mark Milley US Army.

 

 

Bullet Points:

** (News) He wanted a souvenir and checked it onto the airplane as luggage. M3 Multi-Role Anti-Armor Anti-Personnel Weapon System (MAAWS) or Ranger Antitank Weapons System (RAWS), but is often simply called the “M3 Carl Gustaf” or just “Gustaf”. TSA took exception. More at the link.

** If the Secret Service provided protection for POTUS on the 163 days that he stayed at his Wilmington, DE home during his presidency (so far), they would have logs of who entered and departed with dates and times. It’s their SOP. If they were directed NOT to keep logs, there would be something seriously wrong.

** When your cat crosses the Rainbow Bridge into the great beyond, you’re going to want to keep what’s left of it in your house – I guess. Not being a cat person, this struck me as funny. Find more at Cat Cremation Urns | Pet Urns for Cats | Handmade Cat Urns (pulvisurns.com)

 

 

Do the Nighthawks still fly…at night?

After 25 Years of service, the Air Force officially retired the F-117s on 22 April 2008. The USAF did not ship all of them off to the Bone Yard. Some were kept in the Type-1000 program. This means they were put in “Flyable storage” condition in case they were needed.

There have been many reports of the F-117s being spotted flying over the Death valley national park in CA since 2010. They are thought to have been operating out of the Tonopah test range, a part of Groom Lake (Area 51). One report claimed that Nighthawks were deployed for combat in 2017 where they flew missions to Iraq and Syria. The report also said they were carrying SDBs (Small Diameter Bombs) operating out of US bases in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, or UAE.

 

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Shameless Self-Promotion

For those of you who haven’t read it, there is Red Mist

Legends endure for a reason. Sometimes they survive to impel our cultural hubris. Occasionally they endure because they instill a sense of focus on what was and perhaps a vision of what will be. They are always a reminder. When they come back to haunt us, things start to get interesting.

A couple in Iceland, very much in love, visit a historic site and suddenly he throws himself into a volcano, burning to a crisp in front of her eyes, and thereafter, it is always raining.

The dwindling North Sea Oil supply is suddenly rejuvenated with a new discovery, a huge oil field of light, sweet, crude worth billions. Exploration, drilling, and pumping begin to breathe life into a faltering industry and just as things seem to be going well, the oil is polluted with radioactive thorium.

US Army Special Forces operators in Iceland on an exercise are drawn into a crisis and as NASA withdraws, they boldly face the challenge. All but one are rendered insane and the memory of Red Mist turns into a quest for answers – that the CIA already has.

In Texas, a political fixer is called on to deal with a situation and finds himself completely out of his depth.

In England, a psychologist’s life is turned upside down as a skald makes a disturbing prophecy.

In China, aggressive experiments into neutrino research create a completely unforeseen disaster and portend a global cataclysm of Biblical proportions.

Just when you’re sure that you have all the answers and are confident that the science is settled, it isn’t.

31 COMMENTS

  1. Surly beat me to it. Guess I need to start checking the blogs earlier…LOL

    The Gustav was demilled, he got in trouble for NOT declaring it, and TSA refused to let it on the airplane as luggage, even though it was properly stored… sigh…

  2. Just wondering. If what Woodward writes could be proven, (and as you said, some of that has been rumored for quite some time) does that in fact constitute Treason or worse?

    Seriously, what are the so called ( knowing of course this would be a badge of honor to our current leaders) consequences if true and proven

    • Treason. Right up there with Benedict Arnold (who at least was a good general before dissing the country) and the Rosenbergs. And Miley deserves the Rosenberg treatment. I want to see him ride the lightning, or catch lead poisoning, or test the tension of rope, if you know what I mean.

  3. General Milley continues a great tradition of the left started by Al Gore; treating with the enemy and getting away with it.

    I had read somewhere, apologies for no link but it was a few months ago, that the F-117s were being used in an OPFOR role. The ones I helped recover back in the day at Lakenheath where beat to snot with the stealth material all cracked and peeling back. Hope they fixed that.

  4. John Kerry’s latest plea at the WEF Global Forum in Davos: “It’s too late to save the planet…but send more money! We need more money, money, money!!” And why is Chris Wray at the forum? Hmmm.

  5. “When your cat crosses the Rainbow Bridge.”

    Yes, a business opportunity and I’m in.

    Off or on topic, have you noticed UK defence mandarins and their shill generals describing tanks and artillery as “sunset technology”?

    Like, what?

  6. Dog: “He feeds me, lets me play, gives me a good home, takes care of me when I’m not feeling good.” “He must be God!”
    Cat: “He feeds me, lets me sleep all day, cleans up after me, gives me the run of the home, leaves me alone when I’m not feeling good.” “I must be God!”

    Saying it again, The Red Mist Icelandic Volcano Gods are ticked…time for a few sacrifices to appease the gods (and no, not the cat ones).

        • Boudica was the British/Iceni tribal leader, who led a failed uprising against the conquering forces of the Roman Empire in AD 60. She ALMOST threw them off the island. Boudica’s army defeated the cohorts of Legio IX Hispana that served as a garrison at Londinium and burned both Londinium and Verulamium. 70,000–80,000 Romans and Britons were killed in the uprising.

          Not unlike Spartacus, Roman military organization and tactics allowed a smaller force numerically to win the day, but it was a close-run thing.

          • “Boudica”…yes, that’s the one I meant (off the cuff comment, didn’t go back to your earlier post/comment). The history you present is a cautionary tail to today’s insanity. Time to “Go Boudica” on them…I could care less if a strong woman ran the charge (Lake? Jules and her wolf-hybrid’s? DrMrsPaulM? Any of them works for me.)

  7. “He never thinks of blood, never dreams of hunting or fighting, never sings songs of love”.

    This cat has the wrong owner, I guess. I don’t think I’ve ever met that guy.

    -Kle.

  8. There’s a crisis in Davos. The demand for high end prostitutes has exceeded the supply. Urgent calls for more ladies of the night have gone out. Average rate is $800 an hour, $2500 for the evening. Nice work if you can get it.

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