Defending Against the Coup d’état

ARLINGTON, VA - APRIL 11:  U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld (R) speaks as Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Peter Pace (L) listens during a news briefing at the Pentagon April 11, 2006 in Arlington, Virginia. Rumsfeld refused to speculate whether there will be a military attack on Iran.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Donald Rumsfeld;Peter Pace
(Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

“Obviously out of thousands and thousands of admirals and generals, if every time two or three people disagreed, we changed the Secretary of Defense of the United States, it would be like a merry-go-round.” – Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld

The descent of the Nation has now infected the military, who are in the beginning stages of a coup d’état, the first attempt of a military takeover of the US Government since the Civil War. Retired generals deflect attention while active military leaders secretly gather in shadowy situational rooms to develop strategies for the takeover of the White House.