Wednesday, December 16, 2015

General Douglas MacArthur on who the Military owes their allegiance to.

"The Network of Global Corporate Control" from General Douglas MacArthur's speech on July 25, 1951 to the Massachusetts state Legislature in Boston:
“I find in existence a new and heretofore unknown and dangerous concept that the members of our Armed Forces owe primary allegiance and loyalty to those who temporarily exercise the authority of the executive branch of government, rather than to the country and its Constitution which they are sworn to defend. No proposition could be more dangerous. None could cast a greater doubt upon the integrity of the armed services.
For its application would at once convert them from their traditional and constitutional role as the instrument for the defense of the Republic into something partaking of the nature of a PRAETORIAN GUARD, owing its allegiance to the political master of the hour.