Let’s look at Generals around the world to understand the heights of treason that we’ve been up against. I won’t attempt to cover all of their fake identities, just a few. Let’s begin with General Haftar of Libya and Alexander Lukashenko, the self/described Dictator of Belarus whose citizens are holding impressive demonstrations in Minsk lately.
With Lukashenko in mind, look at Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar, who lived for decades in Virginia, which is practically Washington DC. He has said that, because he’s now the Libyan head of state, he deserves immunity from civil lawsuits in the US accusing him of atrocities and indiscriminate killings. Essentially, he is claiming that heads of state should be allowed to kill as many people as they want due to their elite status.
Field Marshal Khalifa Belqasim Haftar (Arabic: خليفة بلقاسم حفتر) is a Libyan-American soldier and the commander of the Tobruk-based Libyan National Army (LNA). On 2 March 2015, he was appointed commander of the armed forces loyal to the elected legislative body, the Libyan House of Representatives.
Lukashenko heads a total dictatorship in Belarus. Elections are rigged, opponents are repressed, and the media is not free, like everywhere else. The educated people there have become impoverished because Lukashenko doesn’t care.
Martin Luther King, Luis Farrakhan and General Collin Powell
Now this American General is very interesting because he appears to be Martin Luther King, Louis Farrakhan and General Collin Luther Powell. Impressive, yes?
“Colin Luther Powell is an American politician, diplomat and retired four-star general who served as the 65th United States Secretary of State from 2001 to 2005. A member of the Republican Party, Powell was the first African-American Secretary of State.”
General Powell’s approval of the war in Iraq gave it legitimacy. Without his go-ahead, it might never have happened.
Notice the unusually small ears, the shape of the eyes, the hairline and the nose structure, and you won’t see any difference between these three stage characters other than age and stage makeup.
Louis Farrakhan Sr., formerly known as Louis X, is an American “religious” leader and political activist. He is the leader of the Nation of Islam, an organization which the Southern Poverty Law Center describes as black nationalist and a hategroup.”
Nation of Islam website and Farrakhan speeches call for eradication of all people withwhite skin color.
Prince Michael and Soleimani
Prince Michael of Kent and Kaseem Soleimani
There’s so much to say about this woman that she needs her own article. I came across Prince Michael whole researching this woman.
One thing that I always noticed about Soleimani is that, for an alleged military man, he certainly has a pencil neck. The bad guy image given him is a joke. He may be evil but he isn’t tough. He has other identities but I’m already tired of him.
I’ll only add that he looks a lot like one of my husband Randy/Bibi’s friends who I met in Baton Rouge in the 1980’s. What I remember about him are two things: He claimed to be a financial advisor and he was proud of his penile implant, according to my Mossad fake-husband who is now Bibi Netanyahu. It’s easy to remember that penile implant because it’s so pathetic that he was bragging about it, though thankfully not in front of me. Lol. I just heard about it.
Prince Michael came to my attention when I was investigating an Uzbekistani woman, one of whose names is Gulnara Karimova.
Her UK-based son, Islam Karimov Jr, who I’ve written about already, appears in a wedding photo found in Arlene’s collection. Islam Karimova denies having seen or spoken to his mother recently. She is on trial for major fraud in her home country of Uzbekistan and in Switzerland.
From the South China Morning Post:
Gulnara Karimova in graft scandal
Gulnara Karimova is accused of belonging to a faction that stole assets worth about $HK501m
Published: 10:00pm, 9 Sep, 2014
Updated: 3:35am, 10 Sep, 2014
Of course she claims to be a victim, unjustly imprisoned drama drama, but I’ve learned to recognize her face and she was definitely not under house arrest. She has a number of other identities, all of them quite enviable and high profile. I wouldn’t want to be in her shoes now though. See if you can find her on Vesti News YouTube channel warmongering shamelessly with her colleagues, all of whom have various important identities in various governments, all of whom have disappeared from the spotlight recently. Vesti News YouTube channel is still posted but with no news in months. That was just one of her gigs, but she bores me too much to continue at the moment.
Mattis the Mad Dog
I’ve saved this one for last because it’s still a question in my mind.
General Mattis appears to have a lookalike in the Russian army whose name I haven’t been able to find yet. The man in question is seen conducting a Russian military parade at the Kremlin. He was photographed sitting next to Putin on the Kremlin website but I cannot find it now, or I’m too lazy to keep looking. I wish I had an assistant sometimes. It may still be somewhere on the Kremlin official website where I first found it. You can watch the Russian Victory Day military parade until you see him. He first appears at around 2:52, if it’s him. You decide. He appears several times.
James Norman Mattis is a retired United States Marine Corps general who served as the 26th US secretary of defense from January 2017 through January 2019. During his 44 years in the Marine Corps, he commanded forces in the Persian Gulf War, the War in Afghanistan, and the Iraq War.
- Jim Mattis, the Secretary of Defense, announced his resignation in December 2018. Mattis was a four-star general who once led the US Central Command and was “celebrated” as a top choice to lead the US military. He cited disagreements with Trump’s policies as the reason for his decision to resign from the Defense Department. Mattis poked fun at Trump in a speech: “I earned my spurs on the battlefield … And Donald Trump earned his spurs in a letter from a doctor.”
- On June 3, 2020, Mattis wrote an opinion column published in The Atlantic, to let America’s enemies know that he was not pleased with the Trump administration. His op-ed came nearly a week after the protests over the death of the criminal and porn star George Floyd: “Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people — does not even pretend to try. Instead he tries to divide us. We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort.”
Other problematic Generals are listed below.
- John Kelly, the former White House chief of staff, was a four-star Marine Corps general who once led the US Southern Command. He served as secretary of the Department of Homeland Security before being selected by Trump to regulate his day-to-day schedule. Kelly had been expected to bring order to a chaotic West Wing but faced headwinds, at times clashing with Trump. Kelly went on to describe Trump’s intervention in a military court proceeding as “exactly the wrong thing to do.”
- Joseph Dunford, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, previously served as the commandant of the Marine Corps and the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan. His term as the top commander of the US military ended September. Trump selected US Army chief of staff Gen. Mark Milley as his replacement. In August, Dunford said the military was experiencing a “politically turbulent time” during his tenure, but added that he “will not now, nor will I when I take off the uniform, make judgments about the president of the United States or the commander in chief.”
- Both of Dunford’s predecessors, US Army Gen. Martin Dempsey and US Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, have either outright criticized Trump or indicated disagreements with his policy. On June 2, 2020, an op-ed titled, “I Cannot Remain Silent” was published by Mullen. In it, he wrote, “I have to date been reticent to speak out on issues surrounding President Trump’s leadership, but we are at an inflection point, and the events of the past few weeks have made it impossible to remain silent.”
- John Allen, the former commander of the US-led coalition in Afghanistan, did not serve in the Trump administration. Instead, he was an outspoken critic of Trump throughout his campaign and presidency. During a speech at the Democratic National Convention, in 2016, Allen endorsed Hillary Clinton and likened Trump’s presidency to a “business transaction” that conducts “illegal activities.” Trump fired back at Allen through a tweet and said his fight against ISIS “failed badly.”
A three-star Army general, H.R. McMaster, was fired as Trump’s national-security adviser in 2018. There were numerous reports of disagreements with Trump, who originally described him as “a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience.” Trump does know how to play on the egos of these traitors.
McMaster replaced another US Army three-star general as national-security adviser, Gen. Michael Flynn, who was fired after it was discovered he lied to the FBI and senior White House officials about his communications with Russian officials. Flynn is now portrayed as a hero and good guy, but I doubt it personally.
A senior official, Navy Secretary Richard Spencer, was also fired after his apparent disagreement with President Trump.
On April 2, Brett Crozier was relieved of command of USS Theodore Roosevelt by acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly.
I’m happy to report that General Elvis has not been fired.