The Coming Civil War: 6 Generals On Our Side


When and if the powder keg goes here in the states and the disconnect between the government and the citizens of this nation becomes so great that conflict arises, it’s good to know that there are some experienced men out there to lead our citizens armies.  Of course these would not be the only ones but these are the guys out there right now already fighting for us:

Major General Albert N. Stubblebine III
 He was the commanding general of the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command from 1981 to 1984, when he retired from the Army. He was also known for his interest in psychic warfare and his hope to develop an army of soldiers with powers such as the ability to walk through walls. He is a 9/11 truther. Source
Lieutenant General Tomas McInerney
 He is a command pilot with more than 4,100 flying hours, including 407 combat missions (243 in O-1s as a forward air controller and 164 in F-4C’s, D’s and E’s) during the Vietnam War. He commanded the 11th Air Force out of Alaska, 3rd Air Force out of England and an Air Division out of Japan. Source
Major General Patrick Henry Brady
During his two tours in Vietnam Brady flew over 2,000 combat missions and evacuated more than 5000 wounded. After Vietnam Brady continued serving in the US Army, retiring as a Major General in 1993 after 34 years of service. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for galliant actions in Vietnam. Source
Lieutenant General William G. Boykin
During his 36 year career in the military he spent 13 years in the Delta Force, including two years as its commander, and was involved in numerous high-profile missions, including the 1980 Iran hostage rescue attempt, the 1992 hunt for Pablo Escobar in Colombia, and the Black Hawk Down incident in Mogadishu, Somalia. Source

Major General Paul E. Vallely
He served in the Vietnam War and retired in 1993 as Deputy Commanding General, Pacific Command. Source

Lieutenant General Russel L. Honoré
served as the 33rd commanding general of the U.S. First Army at Fort Gillem, Georgia. He is best known for serving as commander of Joint Task Force Katrina responsible for coordinating military relief efforts for Hurricane Katrina-affected areas across the Gulf Coast and as the 2nd Infantry Division Commander while stationed in Korea. Source
If I were the guy in charge of such a rebellion I would put Stubblebine as my intelligence guy, McInerney would head any rebellious Air Force units.  Brady would be Surgeon General because of his medical expertise.  Boykin would command the army overall while Honore and Valley would be just under him commanding armies of their own.  Thats how I would do it anyways. Currently there are dozens and dozens of militias across the United States composing several thousand militiamen and woman.   Thoughts? -Mort
(Note:These generals have not stated they would lead the armies of citizen militias against regime forces in the event of a second civil war. They are listed here beause they have shown a consistant interest in the constitution, the will of the people and thier criticisms of the current and/or former governments of the US.)