Skip to comments.Carl Higbie Navy SEAL: Politics Have Infiltrated Military - Battle on the Home Front
Posted on 08/14/2012 8:28:19 PM PDT by maggiesnotebook
Former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie wrote a book effectively showing how politics have infiltrated at high levels of the Military. I say "effectively" because the Pentagon refused to vet the book, meaning that Higbie had to choose: continue his career as a Navy SEAL, in which he had 9 years invested, or leave and publish what he believes is information Americans need to know: politics have invaded Military and there must be a battle for the home front, on the home front.
Military procedure is that the Pentagon must review the book and sanction it before publishing. In Higbie's case, the Pentagon refused to vet it, and he was under threat of dishonorable discharge if he chose to go ahead and publish.
Photo: Carl Higbie
In the video, you'll hear that Higbie was critical of Obama's agenda. Unfortunately, the book, Battle on the Home Front: A Navy SEAL's Mission to Save the American Dream is not available in Kindle edition, but can be ordered on Amazon (go here and click the button to request it be Kindle-ized).
This man is a true PATRIOT.
Haven’t read the book, want to know more.
“Hard Left in the US Military (Part 1)”
Thanks Vintage Freeper for posting this:
Thanks maggiesnotebook. G’night all.
This has always been a problem but to a much lesser degree until Clinton.
When Clinton got elected, many hard leftists suddenly decided it was “their military now” and flocked to join up. Some were out and out Astroturfs who joined up just to get “insider cred” and then agitprop against the military after they got out.
Others went in and stayed. Under the Clinton regime, the Army, Navy and Air Force were forced to undergo “sensitivity training” gender norming, as well as being barraged by constant efforts to “feminize” the services.
The USMC retreated from all that and went 180 degrees into a warrior code, which many in the media and especially the other services sneered at and laughed out loud about then and in many ways, still do today.
The greatest success of the campaign of combat effectiveness destructionism by the Clinton regime was the forced retirement of nearly everyone in the big three services that had a mindset of war-fighting as actual war-fighting from the upper ranks of command and ensured that only those more “politically astute” and sensitive to the needs of a Post Modernist, Moral Equivalence society’s needs from its uniformed representatives would have any real chance to command any units of value in any place of conflict.
The Clintons weren’t completely successful, thank God, but they did a hella lot of damage.
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