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Gen Vallely on “Night Stalker” Valerie Jarrett and the Politically Correct Military Purge
Posted by: Rick Wells Posted date: November 06, 2013

By now it’s pretty much accepted as fact that there is a purge going on in America’s armed forces. In retrospect, nobody should be surprised. Maybe we thought that even this regime wouldn’t stoop so low as to diminish our armed forces as a means to their own destructive end.

Just when we think they can’t go any lower, there is a new revelation. Who would have ever in their wildest imagination thought that we would be publicly funding Al Qaeda?

Recognizing that it is not just a matter of a distorted perception, what can be the motivation behind the elimination of top-level military personnel? With estimates of roughly 200 senior officers being eliminated through one means or another over the last five years, something is definitely afoot.

Retired Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely has his ideas. Vallely is a former commanding general of the Pacific Command and a Fox News senior military analyst. He recognizes one of the chief architects of this implosion by design as Hussein Obama’s close adviser, Valerie Jarrett.

Jarrett, nicknamed “the Night Stalker” due to her frequent overnight stays at the White House, is roughly the equivalent of what Karl Rove was to George Bush. She is, in whatever malevolent form it may assume, Hussein Obama’s brain. She is reputed to be responsible for the rampant “political correctness” that has taken over the military and infected all levels of the services.

To this point, at least twelve generals and flag officers have been relieved of duty through a personnel maneuver, accusation or forced “voluntary” resignation. Many of these upper echelon officers are dependent upon their military connections for after-service careers and not inclined to forthcoming with complaints or information. Vallely considers this to be the handiwork of Valerie Jarrett.

WND describes Jarrett as, “a Chicago lawyer with far-left roots. She is one of Obama’s closest advisers, and has been throughout his career, well before his presidential campaign and Oval Office occupancy. She has shadowed his career, largely staying out of the limelight, but is today widely recognized as perhaps the single most influential person, aside from wife Michelle, on Barack Obama.”

Vallely denounces Jarrett as the driving force which is causing senior officers to be proactively defensive and to second guess all of the actions of their subordinates. Her official title is that of a Senior Adviser with responsibilities for the offices of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs. That could mean almost anything, but what it is in actuality is a very powerful shadow figure.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah is quoted as saying that Jarrett influences nearly every policy issue at the White House. “She seems to have her tentacles into every issue and every topic,” says Chaffetzs. “Her name ultimately always comes up.”

The Washington Post calls Jarrett the president’s “mysterious” adviser.

Author Ed Klein, a former editor-in-chief of the New York Times magazine, commented in a Washington Times report that Jarrett was the “architect” of the Obama strategy to blame Republicans in Congress for a White House engineered government shutdown.

According to Klein, “She convinced the president that a government shutdown and default offered a great opportunity to demonize the Republicans and help the Democrats win back a majority in the House of Representatives in 2014.”

It is the opinion of Vallely that Obama is “intentionally weakening and gutting our military, Pentagon and reducing us as a superpower, and anyone in the ranks who disagrees or speaks out is being purged.”

Vallely compares what is presently happening in the form of intrusive surveillance by ranking American military personnel into personal matters of mid-level officers and enlisted personnel with what was done by the “political commissars from the Communist era.”

Giving an example, Vallely said, “Col. Dooley, who was relieved of duty … can’t even talk about radical Islam and other issues that the Obama administration is putting out.”

Lt. Col. Matthew Dooley was relieved of duty as a military instructor for his approved course titled “Perspectives on Islam and Islamic Radicalism.” He was publicly condemned by Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for the way in which Islam was portrayed.

Jarrett and other Hussein Obama insiders seem to be behind the administration’s undeniable preference for and promotion of all things Islamic. Materials and personnel uncomplimentary to Islam, homosexuals and the Hussein Obama dictates have no place in today’s military.

Our civilian leadership is intent on neutering our military effectiveness and ability to fight by making it as much of a tool for public relations tool as an instrument for being victorious in conflict.

Our fighting men and women aren’t pleased with the direction of our forces but they are powerless to do anything about it. In the new Hussein Obama/ Valerie Jarrett version of the American military, it’s Sensitivity First, that’s victory enough.

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