So many people spotted this story and sent it along I have to blog about it, and in blogging about it, I am about 99% certain that my high octane speculations about its significance will align with the reason that so many were alarmed and sent it along. The story is that America's military academy, West Point, is dropping its traditional mission statement:

Here's the story in a nutshell, and it doesn't get any scarier than this:

U.S. Military Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Steven Gilland announced a major change in West Point’s mission statement Tuesday with the removal of the academy’s motto, “Duty, Honor, Country.”

In a West Point press release, Gilland revealed the academy’s new mission statement is, “To build, educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets to be commissioned leaders of character committed to the Army Values and ready for a lifetime of service to the Army and Nation.”

Nothing more is needed than that.

So what has me - and all those who sent this story to me - so exercised? Ask yourself, in a nation where there are few anchors tying it to any of its history or tradition left, what does "Army Values" mean, especially in an army and wider military committed to all sorts of woke nonsense, including the usual "sensitivity" training and pronomial pandering that has inflicted itself on the English language? We are not even supposed to call The Ukraine "The Ukraine" because it upsets Ukrainians who take it as an affront to their nation's nationhood. Nevermind that that was never the intention of the proper usage any more than denying nationhood status to The Netherlands was intended by calling that country "The Netherlands."

There is always an agenda behind such changes in language... always. Consider the implications of the phrase "... a lifetime of service to the Army and Nation." What about to liberty, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights or our God-given freedom and rights? The changes, in comparison to the previous wording, may seem trivial, but within the wider context of the deliberate murder of traditional American culture and mores, the change, and its timing, could not be more sinister, and my prediction is: expect more to come, like changes in oaths of office or in the oaths of the commissioning of military officers.

That, I strongly suspect, is the real goal here. And it's always the same program: (1) accustom people to so-called "minor changes" (which themselves are an assault on traditional and customary usage); then, after a steady diet of this, (2) introduce the radical change. it is the standard boiling frog scenario.

Many pointed out, when sharing this article with me, that they recalled Nazi Germany doing something similar. Similar, yes, identical, no. The change they were referring to was the oath a German soldier took upon entering the German Army. Traditionally, this oath was sworn on a unit's regimental colours, and taken to the President (or previously, the Kaiser), and to the Reich and its constitution. Under Hitler, however, the pledge was to Hitler personally, as Chancellor and Supreme Commander of the German Defense Forces (Oberbefehlshaber der Deutschen Wehrmacht).  During the period of the Weimar Republic, the oath (according to Wikipedia), read as follows:

Ich schwöre Treue der Reichsverfassung und gelobe,
daß ich als tapferer Soldat das Deutsche Reich und seine gesetzmäßigen Einrichtungen jederzeit schützen,
dem Reichspräsidenten und meinen Vorgesetzten Gehorsam leisten will.

"I swear loyalty to the Reich's constitution and pledge,
that I as a courageous soldier always want to protect the German Reich and its legal institutions,
(and) be obedient to the Reich President and to my superiors."

Under Hitler, the change, apparently small, was huge and dramatic, for it essentially transformed every individual officer and soldier into a feudal servant personally, and made Hitler personally a liege lord:

Ich schwöre bei Gott diesen heiligen Eid,
daß ich dem Führer des Deutschen Reiches und Volkes
Adolf Hitler, dem Oberbefehlshaber der Wehrmacht,
unbedingten Gehorsam leisten und als tapferer Soldat bereit sein will,
jederzeit für diesen Eid mein Leben einzusetzen.

Wehrmacht oath of loyalty to Adolf Hitler "I swear by God this holy oath
that I shall render unconditional obedience
to the Leader of the German Reich and people,
Adolf Hitler, supreme commander of the (defense) forces,
and that as a brave soldier I shall at all times be prepared
to give my life for this oath."

Notice that obedience has also become "unconditional obedience", and now there is no mention of the Reich constitution nor its legal institutions.

Granted, the current American military change of West Point's mission statement is not all the way there ... yet... but in a context of a nation wherein there is a war on truth, and hence upon reality itself, only absolute force will maintain its narratives, and eventually, that will require a Leader.  Watch for it, it will come: the change from oath to the constitution, to oaths to some ideology (which we already in effect have), and its chosen avatar. Indeed, according to some stories already circulating, in some places the ideologues and technocrats appear not to have taken nor subscribed any constitutional oath at all.  It's a convenient way of side-stepping the issue until the wording can be changed.

In the meantime, without "duty, honor, country," we wish West Point good luck with trying to maintain standards, discipline, and moral, three other very old-fashioned words indicating three other very old-fashioned virtues...

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. bluelectricstorm on March 27, 2024 at 4:07 am

    If you’ve ever seriously studied military culture, if it can be called that, well…..the illusion of the cap and uniform is compelling to ….. a certain personality, let’s say?
    Basically, military academies, with their “gay and curious costumes”, to paraphrase Tom Lehrer, are just that. Seriously gay. Sparta is their model.
    And just like the guy who wears dresses and blesses, for some reason all the regular working hobbits have to pay for their horseshit.
    Don’t make sense to me. Never has, not for ten thousand years. These illusions die hard, eh?
    That’s the motto, right? Die Hard? Hard? Hard?
    Pathetic, all in all.

  2. anakephalaiosis on March 23, 2024 at 11:52 am

    Bottom line:

    Swearing an oath to a criminal, is becoming complicit in crime, and therefore such an oath has no validity, whatsoever.

    It is so, because an oath is always a pledge, to the greater man, the Great Maker, who is embodied in the social group, that has laws, which is contrary to crime.

    Therefore an oath is not valid in crime, and it is a matter of principle, to bring downfall at the point of honour, when fighting crime.

    The Holy Grail is the principle of principles.

  3. marcos toledo on March 22, 2024 at 6:40 pm

    The new oath of West Point will be You Are To Be assimilated Into The Borg Collective Resistance Is Futile.

    • anakephalaiosis on March 23, 2024 at 8:48 am

      Precisely. A man is nothing without his principles (runes), which he makes a stand by, as one man, against the mindless mob of imperial Catholicism, that is controlled by the Vatican demon.

  4. davidmflatley on March 22, 2024 at 5:23 pm

    It’s all of a Piece to destroy America’s Constitution and Armed Forces, and drive out the most Faithful, Loyal and Brave, while killing off the remnants with a Bioweapon. Thanks to Tucker Carlson and Brad Miller for reporting on this corruption, criminal activity, and danger in the Pentagon, and the determined efforts of our veterans and active duty personnel to protect us and demand justice.

    • davidmflatley on March 22, 2024 at 5:41 pm

      The Declaration of Military Accountability mentioned in the Tucker Carlson interview:

      • davidmflatley on March 22, 2024 at 5:50 pm

        You can read a free copy of the book by active duty U.S. Navy Commander Robert A. Green, Jr., “Defending the Constitution Behind Enemy Lines–A story of Hope for those who love Liberty” Commander Green is a leader of a non-violent Mutiny.

        • davidmflatley on March 22, 2024 at 6:11 pm

          Some reviews of Commander Green’s, “Defending The Constitution Behind Enemy Lines, A story of hope for those who love Liberty”
          “Navy Commander Green expertly weaves historical analysis together with this incredible true story of a courageous fight for medical freedom.”
          —Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

          “As the son of a Navy officer and a convert to Catholicism through the AMS (Archdiocese of Military Services), I applaud Commander Robert Green Jr. for his courage and fortitude in taking a stand against the tyrannical policies and fear-based coercion of the United States government regarding the COVID-19 vaccines. A military is only as strong as its leaders and this book exposes the many injustices that were done by government officials to those who serve our country. Commander Green and all those in our military who resisted and were punished for not taking the experimental COVID vaccines are American heroes; it remains to be seen what the effects of the vaccines will have on our military personnel. This book is a testament to all true patriots who love God, country, and freedom!”
          —Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, STL; Vicar Provincial – Marian Fathers; author of Consecration to St. Joseph

          “With the fight for traditional values and basic constitutional rights now at our doorsteps, Defending the Constitution behind Enemy Lines boldly steps into the culture war raging for the very heart of our nation. Not since before the founding of our nation have the American people endured such a long train of abuses and usurpations. Commander Robert A. Green Jr. represents a new generation of courageous military leaders who are willing to risk everything to lean into the fight against a runaway federal government and a politicized military leadership. Every freedom loving, God-fearing American must join in the effort to push back the tide of tyranny. We must pray, we must vote, and we must stand for truth!”
          —Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council and author of No Fear: Real Stories of a Courageous New Generation Standing for Truth

          “This story is not only one of a critical shortage of moral courage at the highest levels in the United States military, but also one highlighting what everyday Americans who have dedicated their very lives to defending liberty are capable of doing in its defense. Commander Green is taking great risk by publishing this book, and future Americans will see him as a hero, sacrificing everything he holds dear for us, even those who seek to punish him. This book should be taught in every public school, every military basic training course, every military officer accession course, and have a place in every American family’s home library. It is truly a 21st-century handbook for the American patriot.”
          —Rob Maness, Colonel USAF (Ret.)

          “Getting off the bus in the pouring rain at 0300 in late winter 1983, I was greeted by the echoing shouts of my name emanating from the battle-hardened Vietnam veteran who became my basic training drill instructor. After revealing to me that his best friend, who shared my name, was killed in Vietnam, Sergeant First Class Jessie Canales, gave my 18-year-old self the first military leadership position I would hold; leading our basic training infantry platoon. Since leading that platoon during the military rebuild after the decimation that followed the Vietnam War, through my time as a Green Beret, my service as a Special Forces Flight Surgeon, and even to this day, I have kept a “leadership book” that I use to take notes on the noteworthy leadership examples I have seen that I never want to forget. I used this book to study both leadership and the virtues required of warriors to succeed. The truest virtue of a warrior and the greatest leadership trait are one and the same: Love. Love of God, Love of your brother in the foxhole, Love of Country, Love of Truth. It was this love that called me to be a whistleblower and stand for those who had no one to stand for them. After I was revealed as a congressional whistleblower, other whistleblowers, including Commander Rob Green, have come forward to spearhead the fight for Love and Truth. Like my drill sergeant in 1983, Commander Rob Green seeks to overcome the current decimation of our military, rectify the wrongs done, and ultimately return our military to the heights of readiness required for our national defense. Rob carries on his back the hopes and careers of service members looking for leaders who will defend their constitutional rights and rebuild trust with the American people.”
          —Dr. Pete Chambers, Green Beret, flight surgeon, and Lt. Col. U.S. Army (Ret.)

          “When I departed home, Atlanta, for my first duty station, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, in October 1983, my Dad, US Army Corporal Herman West Sr., World War II Veteran, sent me off with a simple admonishment, and charge. He said to me, the first commissioned officer in the family, ‘Son, always take care of your men.’ This was a guiding principle for me in my twenty-two years of service, which included combat tours of duty. It did not mean coddling my soldiers, but training and preparing them with a sincere heart and always looking out for their well-being, and honoring my oath to the Constitution. Sadly, during the episode of COVID, there were many uniformed leaders in our military who should have heard my Dad’s wise counsel. In his book Defending the Constitution behind Enemy Lines, US Navy Commander Robert A. Green Jr. exemplifies the courage and commitment to our sailors, soldiers, airmen, and marines that is lacking in the senior ranks of our armed forces. The COVID shot mandate for our military was an illegal, immoral, unlawful, and unconstitutional order. It was deeply rooted in politics, to the detriment of our troops. Commander Green puts it on the line in addressing this issue and the failure of military leadership that resulted in the lives of our men and women in uniform being adversely affected. There is no doubt that those who refer to themselves as senior military leaders will attempt to attack, demonize, and punish Commander Green, instead of admitting their wrongdoing in protecting our troops, and honoring their oath to the Constitution. There is a reason why recruitment and retention in our military is at disturbing lows. Commander Robert Green gives a major reason why: the betrayal of our troops. This is a must-read, and let us lock shields and protect US Navy Commander Robert A. Green Jr. from acts of retribution.”
          —Allen B. West Lieutenant Colonel, US Army (Ret.), Representative 112th US Congress; executive director, American Constitutional Rights Union

          “At its core, this is a story about moral courage; the courage to do the right thing in the face of fire. This book illustrates toxic effects the cultural war waging in America has on our military, as traditional values and our constitutional republic are under assault from domestic threats. Political correctness within the military culture results in leaders at the highest levels issuing orders ethically wrong and likely illegal regarding the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine, as documented by Commander Robert Green. This is a story of failed leadership, causing distrust in our military.”
          —Joe Arbuckle, Major General, US Army (Ret.)

          “Not enough has been written or said about the loss of trust and confidence military service members have today in their leadership. It is no wonder, since today’s military leaders have indoctrinated service members in the Marxist concepts of CRT/DEI and then followed up with a tyrannical, shortsighted, unneeded, harmful, and (most probably) unlawful vaccine mandate. If you think service members must blindly follow orders, you are gravely mistaken. Commander Green articulately documents the reasons why courageous y

          • anakephalaiosis on March 23, 2024 at 8:33 am

            Worship of the Constitution is idolatry, and such idolatry is not unknown in Europe, which occurs, when individuals have bought into the system – hook, line and sinker – and given themselves over to sectarianism, which is, what Europeans call systemic Catholicism.

            It is a female trait, to speculate in the pecking order, driven, by instinct of survival, crawling upwards in hierarchy, to get closer to the ingroup, to secure survival for future offspring, which is why Lady Justice is represented, by a blindfolded female, unable to pick favourites.

            Pecking order, and prostitution, are two sides of the same thing, which is why the Roman Empire was a whōre, and her military was made up of decimated gladiators, as rank and files, marching in imperial lockstep, possessed, by the demon on the top, which is the papal emperor.

            A constitutional Stockholm syndrome is a condition, not a virtue, which is why Odin/Adon is defined by Elijah, to break the spell of hypnosis.


          • anakephalaiosis on March 23, 2024 at 9:18 am

            BTW, for the most, I deprogram people kindly with patience, and, yet, occasionally, when I’m irritated, I just kick them into their own abyss, unprepared.

            When America brings war to Europe, then Europe brings war to America, and psychological warfare is easy, when self-restraint no longer applies.

            I’m not going to be nice, to Pinocchio Stoltenblooper & Co, because the Nordic accusation, against the Labour Party in Norway, is systemic genocide.

            Apparently, Pinocchio has overseas friends, complicit in his crimes.

  5. Paul on March 22, 2024 at 1:22 pm

    I recently saw an elderly white haired/bearded man with a Tee shirt that showed an old guy in Navy Dungarees with a slogan that read: ” I may be old but I was in the Navy when it was cool.” Having done my Navy time 50 years ago, and reading this blog, I feel the sentiment.

  6. cobo on March 22, 2024 at 1:05 pm

    Upon enlisting in the Army, I took an oath. And I can feel for those German soldiers to whom an oath was core to their being. Everywhere the world prepares for this war. The main characters due to arrive at exactly the right time. That is why the war in The Ukraine has been, to me, key in all this. It has nothing to do with armies and their toys. It is far beyond the minds of men. The state of reality in the near space/time is being operated, as it has been before, many times. That is why the “Giza Death Star,’ and your additional works, fascinate me.

    Blowing up planets is child’s play. The Native Americans have stories of an older brother type who walks along, and as he passes things just change, bigly. That is truly artful. For all the pleasure it might bring, ripping your opponents guts out is unnecessary, if the world that set him against you is now/has never been known.

    • anakephalaiosis on March 22, 2024 at 1:37 pm

      A sworn oath is not valid, when given to wolves in sheepskin, and, to defrock those, the shaman must become Odin.

      Odin is the Buddha field, where generals are reduced to monkey kings, who can only pee in Buddha’s hand.

      The creational state of mind is beyond the 7th seal, which is entering heaven on earth, becoming like child anew.

      Putin is a shaman.

      • cobo on March 22, 2024 at 4:13 pm

        anakephalaiosis, you speak, again, beyond your knowledge. An Oath is a personal binding. In order to not disobey, or to relieve one’s self of, that oath/binding, one must perform a very pointed and complete reverse personal binding action. It’s funny, but in this realm, the games of magical reality apply to all religions, faiths, and beliefs. Go ahead, break a law – gravity is one, like that, you might understand. Putin is a godless, communist, state actor, regardless of his new clothes and his fake Orthodox friends.

  7. anakephalaiosis on March 22, 2024 at 12:36 pm

    Duty, honour and country are terms, that are derived directly from the runes.

    1. Halfway through the rune sequence, the necessity of truce assembly occurs, to solve disputes between clans, in natural state, which was a reoccurring, permanent, and ongoing truce negotiation, with annual sessions – basically a powwow.

    2. The original term for country, or nation, was the Old English “þeod”, which in Scandinavia is a tethering, which means, that men’s subscription, to a specific truce, became their binding, to a specific national identity. (tjóð, a nation <- tjóðra, to bind)

    3. The duty was bound, to the truce assembly, which defines duty, as not to use weapons to solve disputes – while the truce lasted – and only use spoken words, or otherwise a truce would quickly evolve, into a counterproductive battlefield.

    4. During the course of the year, outside the limitation of truce, men’s general behaviour would automatically adapt, to the expectation of an upcoming truce, which produces the concept of honour, as a voluntary self-restraint in conduct.

    5. Since the runes are hypothesised, as Elijah’s philosophy, from the 9th century BC, then they originally define the truce assembly, between the original twelve proto-Scythian tribes, which later inspired Democracy and Republic.

    6. When Democracy and Republic have been trodden, under imperial heel, then the gospel hero, and his twelve followers, appear, and make a toast in a war trophy, which basically is a Scythian declaration of war, against empire.

    I bring sword, not peace. Matthew 10:34.

    • anakephalaiosis on March 22, 2024 at 1:07 pm

      BTW, when Yahweh is seen, as the year’s woe, then it is a powwow, a truce assembly, that celebrates annual jubilee, at winter solstice.

      Of course, such a powwow has a reasonable function, in contrast, to man having free will, to, logically, follow his stars during the rest of the year.

      Thus the stars of destiny become Elohim, as the celestial fire balls, that govern everyday, as the seven weekdays.

      Suppression of Yahweh, that occurs under the Herod thumb, becomes outlawing the idea of Democracy and Republic.

      That is, why a son of Yahweh becomes a crucified gopher rebel, on the imperial golf course.

  8. Robert Barricklow on March 22, 2024 at 11:25 am

    When I heard about this; I implicitly knew West Point’s days were numbered, in terms of political infiltration. Tradition is now an enemy of the State. Hell, language and cultures are enemies of the State. The Constitution is an enemy. The Declaration of Independence is a seditious document.

    To today’s post.

    I was born into “Duty, Honor, Country”; as my father was a West Pointer personified.
    Fortunately he’s not here to see this.
    But other West Pointers are.
    Some scribbling on a paper, or chiseling into granite; is not going to erase…
    the esprit de corps, that stands in for: Duty Honor Country.

    It never dies…

  9. Michael UK on March 22, 2024 at 10:39 am

    It seems that Taking the Oath has lost its gravitas, now that anyone can refuse and instead Make an Affirmation.

  10. CaireannW on March 22, 2024 at 9:02 am

    The best I can hope for is that it was a deliberate act of not being hypocrites since the change in the honor creed has been evident for a long time. And, like everyrhing else traditional beliefs are just a generation away from extinction. All of those John Wayne and WWII movies are relics now.

    • anakephalaiosis on March 22, 2024 at 10:01 am

      Traits still exist, because they are inherent, and atavistic throwback occurs, by default.

      Without a social contract, as a framework, valour is taken off the table, on purpose.

      Basically, all Knights are on strike, until the hag is removed, from the Round Table.

      Estrogen is overrated.

  11. anakephalaiosis on March 22, 2024 at 7:04 am

    Sure, that is essentially, what the Assyrian empire said, to the surviving Samarians, who were being carried away, in 722 BC, to the newly conquered lands of the Medes.

    The Samarians valued “duty, honour and country” so much, that they forged a secret alliance with the Medes, who provided taxi service, across Caucasus, into Crimea.

    The proto-Scythian Samarians morphed into a resistance movement, the Scythians, who became irritating gophers, in the Assyrian golf course, and defeated the empire.

    Of course, this is banned knowledge, because the Assyro-Vatican doesn’t want a Russo-Scytian renaissance, that inspires rebel gophers, in the American golf course.

    Crimea’s Renaissance – a Shangri-la for rebel gophers:

    • anakephalaiosis on March 22, 2024 at 7:58 am

      BTW, such unconditional pledges are very popular amongst tyrants, whereas they always see rebel gophers, as rodent pestilence, in their perfect golf courses.

      Today, the “rune project” is expanding, from the late 6th century BC, into the Greek and Roman spheres, to wreck havoc, in the perception of Republic and Democracy.

      The decline of these grassroots ideas, were caused by tyrannical revivals, by the hands of the Macedonians, and the Julio-Claudian dynasty, that spurred the Herod dynasty.

      The gospel hero is basically a gopher, in Herod Antipas’ golf course, carrying the torch of distributed leadership, by a twelve divide, conditioned, by Elijah’s IQ-test.

      Elijah’s IQ-test, in modern version:

      • anakephalaiosis on March 22, 2024 at 8:41 am

        BTW, Adolf Hitler is a Catholic Jew, spearheading the political branch of the Vatican, which technically is a controlled opposition, designed, to lure patriots into a mind trap, to mold them into papal crusaders.

        The papal mind trap is effectively debunked, by making a scholarly comparison, between the runic ideology and the Nazi ideology, which exposes the latter, as papal fraud – as the big fat lie of the Roman Catholic Church.

        Defending the idea of Democracy and Republic is effectively achieved, by recognising its origin, in the late 6th century BC, which reveals the proto-Scythian descendants, as the torch bearing inspirators, building the 2nd Jerusalem.

        Scythio-Russians are slow to harness, and quick to ride. (Русский медленно запрягает, да быстро едет.):

        • anakephalaiosis on March 22, 2024 at 9:36 am

          BTW, the term “Third Reich” is not a sequential reference – to a third in a row – which one is supposed to believe, as a part of the deception.

          It secretly refers, to the regional divide of the Carolingian Empire, into three parts, which discloses the papal Nazi plot, to reunite a Vatican-controlled empire.

          This was of course kept secret, because indigenous Europeans are instinctively hostile, to the return of a Holy Roman Empire, as a Jesuit Inquisition.

          The Massacre of Verden is still fresh in memory, when the Scythio-Saxons were slaughtered, by pope Nero Caligula Nosferatu.

          The origin of the “Third Reich” term:

  12. Bizantura on March 22, 2024 at 5:50 am

    Powerfull are telling you, you are not a person, but a programmable thing. That TikTok things belong very much to the same thing. The noose is constantly tightening against Free Will. They want you to give up and let them make you a machine willingly and or unwillingy.

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