This week, Odierno, a member of the CFR, the Council on Foreign
Relations, a group consisting of failed academics, rap artists, former
hockey players who too many high sticks to the head and delusional
dimwits like Odierno, advocated the use of the Army any time local
police need help.
Man beats dog? Call in the army, hell, get a
raptor overhead, get a company of Rangers, kill the man, the dog and
spray his lawn with Agent Orange to boot.
If only I were making it up:
“Where appropriate we will also dedicate active-duty
forces, especially those with niche skills and equipment, to provide
civilian officials with a robust set of reliable and rapid response
Because of fear of retaliation, comments I will use as quotes will
be anonymous. Here is an interpretation of how Odierno’s views, taken
in light of his oath, manage to stay from both reality and legality:
“The jurisdiction of domestic military enforcement “to keep
the homeland safe from domestic disasters”…in time of ..public danger”
[5th Amendment] is NOT enumerated in the Army Claus [ Article
I Section 8 CI 12], it belongs to “the Militia of the several States”
[Article II, Section CI 1], composed of the whole “People of the several
States” [Article I Section 1 CI 2], enumerated “..to execute the Laws
[Article 1 Section 8 CI 12] .. necessary to the security of a free
State.. “[2nd Amendment]. Jurisdiction is additionally confirmed by “The powers..reserved to the States respectively, or to the people” [10th Amendment].
It is past due time for the several States legislatures to
each revitalize their Militia institution and comply with their
enumerated duty. Both the reasoning behind the constitutionalism and
history have articulated the consequences of professional soldiers in a
standing army forced against the citizenry.”
Odierno, known to have been the worst commander ever to have served
in Afghanistan, out of hundreds, never picked up on the “American
thing.” They must not teach it at the CRF or the idiot academy that put
him over others.