I listened to a three-way conversation among Mel K, Michael Jaco, and Ann Vandersteel last night, and was struck by how much in despair Mel K seemed. In fact, her discouraged attitude reminded me of Juan O Savin when, at one point, likely just after his April 1 deadline came and went, he also seemed uncharacteristically discouraged.
The oft-repeated phrase, “Military is the only way” began with Q, and has continued, ever since The Big Lie (Trump’s phrase to describe the results of the 2020 election), kept alive by various cultural and political commentators. The theory is that once Biden was installed, on January 20, then the way was cleared for the military to take over, surreptitiously, under cover, with a slow-moving but, we could assume, ultimately effective, short- or long-term goal of returning this nation to civilian rule and its rightful status as a constitutional republic after having been hijacked by the deep state.
Of course, those of us who were appalled at what went down with the election, were eager to hear this solution to our nation’s otherwise seemingly intractable dilemma, given that the Judicial, Legislative and Administrative branches had, post-election if not before, all shown themselves to be equally corrupt.
This hopium? reliance on the American military to right the wrong, has continued ever since, with seeming signs pointing to its truth. Early on, various sources pointed out that Biden was not allowed in the Pentagon. Closer to present time, a theory arose that the military brass were divided in their loyalties, due to some generals wanting the perks that come with retirement and so, for them, why rock the boat? Again, one theory said that until at least 80% of the military was behind Trump, nothing could be done. (Another version said that the 80% applied to the U.S. public, that until that percentage was behind the military, it could not act.) Then a few weeks later, it seemed that military coalescence had been accomplished; and moreover, that General Milley, head of the Joint Chiefs, had been ousted. True?
And now, the very latest: it appears that even the military is subject to indoctrination by insane leftist critical race theories. That the military is actually starting to indoctrinate the troops in this manner.
One military person who saw through this, and who even dared to pen a book about it, has now been fired. And guess who he was! The head of the Space Force!
Irresistible Revolution is a timely and bold contribution from an active-duty Space Force lieutenant colonel who sees the impact of a neo-Marxist agenda at the ground level within our armed forces. In it, author Matthew Lohmeier provides answers to many important questions that Americans are currently asking: Is systemic racism a reality, or is much of our talk about race merely a rhetorical tool used to divide Americans? Why has the Defense Department suddenly shifted to a focus on extremism within the ranks? Is there really a white supremacy or white nationalist problem within our armed forces? Are the many Diversity and Inclusion trainings that are being conducted in our federal agencies helping solve these problems, or are they creating conflict where none previously existed? What is Marxism, and what does it have to do with all of this?
Though pundits often appear perplexed by current policy decisions being made in our country, our apparent missteps are part of a longstanding plot against America, patiently and methodically pursued by those with a mind intent on the overthrow of the US Government and its replacement with a communist dictatorship. Unfortunately, many of those now furthering that agenda do so unwittingly.
After becoming aware of the Marxist conquest of American society, you will never again look at things in the same way. Mainstream media, social media, the public education system (including universities), as well as federal agencies have all become vessels of various schools of thought that are rooted in Marxist ideology – an ideology bent on the destruction of America’s history, of Western tradition, specifically Judeo-Christian values, and of patriotism and conservatism. Marxism’s sinister and dark agenda has led the country into what some have called a cold civil war. The problem has become systemic, a tragedy considering that the defeat of Marxist-communist ideology was the very cause against which our nation spent great treasures of blood and iron during much of the twentieth century.
The book’s three-part framework begins with a discussion of the greatness of the American ideal (including the importance of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the notions of individual and civil liberties), transitions to an examination of the history and overarching narrative of Marxist ideology (specifically Marx’s and Engels’ Communist Manifesto wherein the oppressor vs. oppressed narrative is developed), and concludes by looking into the ongoing transformation of America’s military culture and military policy, while also providing a warning about where the country is headed if we choose to not make an immediate course correction.
I have a feeling we’re going to be hearing a lot more from this uncommon soldier.