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Scaring the PTB, part 2

Remember when I told you that the Biden administration was scared of losing control over the military? Then news that the Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia (also known as the Confederate flag) was found flying from the flagpole of the headquarters of the 2nd Cavalry Regiment, located at Rose Barracks in Germany, is certainly feeding those fears. The American and German flags for that installation are also missing.

The worry that the military won’t all go along with their plans scares the crap out of them.

5 replies on “Scaring the PTB, part 2”

I will say one thing for them DM – they are masters of brinkmanship. But when you play such games… eventually the other guy will too and when that happens… look out!

The military is going to have to do something, at some point, about all the unqualified queers, vibrants, and turdies the Buckwheat Administration parachuted into the command structure though. As it stands the military will always lose any engagement they get into as long as leftists have a say in their affairs.

“As it stands the military will always lose any engagement they get into as long as leftists have a say in their affairs.”

Well…. To the degree that they might be used to ‘quell domestic unrest/control the populous”, I count this a *good* thing. Otherwise, it’s not. :-/

That’s an official US flag by Congressional Act, even though it’s a “battle flag” and not one of the several national flags.

A lot of Marine and Army units that fought on the Confederate side kept their flags and flew them in WWI and WWII; the Marines flew a “Confederate flag” over the Imperial Palace in Japan for months until a swivel-chair officer from the Pentagon took offense to it on a visit.

There’s no military regulation I know of against flying an obsolete flag, so I expect they’ll go into eye-popping outrage and try some kind of “hate crime” charges.

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