Friday, December 18, 2009

Our 'Fuhrer'

There is a lot made of the oath made by members of the German armed forces in the National Socialist era to Adolph Hitler personally. It is decried in the “free” West not only because of the lack of being subordinate to a legal document of some sort but also because Hitler is portrayed as the greatest monster of all time. I share the former concern in a general sense and in most times due to the fallibility and weakness of man. The latter concern is of course the result of who rules us and they rightly hate the man who defied them and raised his people (our people) up from their insidious clutches if only for a season.

The United States on the other hand has required the officers of its armed forces to swear an oath promising to serve the Constitution. Here is the oath sworn by officers in the U.S. Army:

I (insert name), having been appointed a (insert rank) in the U.S. Army under the conditions indicated in this document, do accept such appointment and do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter, so help me God.

An interesting thing about the oath is its broadness. It doesn’t say that orders they are given must be vetted as to their constitutionality. It says without caveat that “that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic”. In theory this should ensure that the military is a bulwark against the official branches of government failing in their duty to serve within Constitutional guidelines. Now anyone with a shred of intelligence and perception has long realized that the government of the United States (I refuse to call it my government) follows the Constitution in only the most trivial, pro-forma sort of way most especially due to the ascension of the Supreme Court to being a super legislature. The Legislative and Executive both fail to reign in the Court as well procure for themselves powers never granted either in the letter or spirit of the Constitution. Documenting this complete breakdown of the rule of law is not something I will further delve into here. There are many web sites – mostly of the right wing constitutionalist flavor – that can give you more details if you are new to this.

What I do wonder is how many officers of the U.S. military are both aware of their own governments complete failure to follow the Constitution as well as their DUTY to therefore defy it. Would they not then be “defending” the Constitution against a “domestic” enemy? Of course the answer is yes.

I have read a fair amount of commentary that describes the modern officer corps as being automatons in a moral sense. Not much different than the general population. The ones that do exhibit a small degree of moral clarity are weeded out. It’s ironic that they are very Germanic (at least as far as the caricature of WWII German officers goes) in this “I was only following orders” programming. I had occasion just a few years back to become close to members of a class of West Point graduates from the era between WWII and Vietnam. I was struck by several things about them that seemed pretty consistent. One, is that they were very honor bound especially to their classmates. Two, they were very stoic. Three, they were spiritually dead. The latter point requires some clarification and it may be a stretch given the short time I spent with them. As I would bring up any topic that was just slightly off the radar of trivial conversation they would politely redirect things. They just weren’t comfortable with it. By the way, at this time I was not yet fully awakened racially. I was more in the “Muslims are our number one enemy” camp, so nothing truly un-pc escaped my lips. They just weren’t a very inquisitive crowd. Then again that characterizes most people now and probably throughout history; sheeple, lemmings, etc. In the day when the U.S. Government was still under the constraints imposed by the Constitution this unimaginative, unthinking (I’m only referring to non-military issues here; they are very much competent in their core area) officer corps philosophy is not that dangerous. Since at least the time these officers were first commissioned the government has been extra-constitutional.

As I understand things from others and based on limited first hand experience with contemporary officers the situation is at least as bad now. Plus there is the issue of the mainstream poison they have internalized through their entire upbringings. What we have in the modern Amerikwan officer corps is a situation almost identical to that of the Nazi-era German one. Our officers do not defend and protect the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. That is absurd. They serve the Fuhrer – our Leader. Who is that? Who sets the rules? Who tells us who is naughty and nice, who is respectable and villainous? If you think it is President Obongo you haven't even graduated from real politics 101 yet.

Compare the potential case of most modern officers being asked to do something politically incorrect like escorting the 3rd World peoples who have invaded this country back home (very Constitutional) with them being ordered to wage war on a nation who is no threat to us (say Serbia) with no Declaration of War being made (doubly Unconstitutional). Is there any doubt which of these scenarios would create more conscientious objection and mutiny? Likewise is there any doubt as to which scenario would elicit sympathy towards the objector on the part of the mass media and which scorn?

So who is this Fuhrer? Find out who sets the tone of morality and more importantly why and you have the answer. It is so painfully obvious that only the internalization of their suicidal values or fear will prevent you from seeing it.

There are differences between Amerikwan and German officers. The latter were honest not hypocrites and most importantly the Fuhrer they served sought to use them for the elevation and the progress of Aryan Man (albeit very imperfectly) while the Amerikwan Fuhrer uses them for degradation and destruction.

One can only hope that there is a kernel of Aryan men within the modern U.S. Officer Corps who still have honor and the moral courage so lacking in the so-called “greatest generation”; the generation that mindlessly followed orders instead of reclaiming America when it was still much more possible. Short of a coup within the U.S. Armed forces there is no institutional solution or even help in sight for our people anywhere on the horizon. Until then they should revel in their service to our 'fuhrer' and put all the constitutional b.s. to rest.

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