According to the latest demographic breakdown of the United States military by the Pew Research Center, out of the 1,340,533 active duty troops, “blacks” make up 17% of the overall population. Outpacing the overall percentage of African-Americans in the United States, roughly 227,890 military personnel self-identify as “black” or a person of color. Overall, more than 40% of the United States active duty military are from racial and/or ethnic minority groups.
I am thus taking this moment to give a salute to the souls of buffalo soldiers who are the backbone of the US military. Ever since former slaves were baptized by fire during the Civil War, African-Americans have time and time again proven their mettle and served with valor only to be treated as second-class citizens by the very nation they bled and died to protect.
I am not writing this open letter to arouse the passions nor is my aim to agitate in order to inspire insurrections. To the contrary, I am an uber patriot who loves and honors the chain of command that is essential to keep the DoD a well-oiled machine that has the ability to defend our national interests. General MacArthur once noted:
“Duty — Honor — Country. These three hallowed words reverently dictate what you ought to be, what you can be, what you will be. They are your rallying points: to build courage when courage seems to fail; to regain faith when there seems to be little cause for faith; to create hope when hope becomes forlorn … The code which those words perpetuate embraces the highest moral laws and will stand the test of any ethics or philosophies ever promulgated for the uplift of mankind. Its requirements are for the things that are right, and its restraints are from the things that are wrong.”
I echo General MacArthur and amplify his creed with a slight modification. All military men and women do in fact have a code of conduct that is rooted in duty, honor and country. But there is something that all men and women must adhere to beyond duty. Atheist or not, US military men and women must answer to God above all things. This includes the directives given by 5 star generals for there is a 10 star general in the heavens who observes and watches all things.
In fact, I am here writing this memorandum inspired by He who gives life and He who can also erase it. I myself am nobody, I am just a husband to my wife Bethlehem, a father to my son Yohannes and a brother to all who accept me as such. Yet given my limited understanding of these matters, I know that God exists at the bottom of the beaker when it comes to our knowledge of science.
I am compelled to deliver this memorandum and address it specifically to “black” soldiers, airmen, seamen and marines. A time has arrived for you to obey the God within your hearts and to disobey direct orders given by men that are immoral. This requires valor above all for there will be a cost for defiance. But as all officers know, there is strength in numbers. They can hang one for rebellion but they will bow down to a thousand who say no together.
Say no together when the time comes, which is now because you are being given direct orders to help in the mass-extermination of the most vulnerable. Most of you don’t understand what you are doing, such is the danger of compartmentalization and being so close to the action that you miss the forest for the trees. However, I promise you this one thing, the “vaccine” being deployed by the DoD is meant to decimate the overall population and cull humanity to less than 500,000.
Bill Gates and the eugenics crowd are aiming to annihilate minorities first before they pivot and start killing off the rest in order to reduce the footprint of humanity to a more “manageable” number. I need buffalo soldiers to rise up and defy this most diabolical scheme. You don’t have to believe me, just step back and observe with full discernment and you will soon start to realize what they are asking you to do. Once you realize and wake up to this campaign of extermination, you have a choice before you, defy or comply.
Buffalo soldiers, do not let me down. You will have to choose between God and comfort. Choose the former and you can have both, choose the latter and you will lose both. I pray for the country that gave me shelter after my homeland Ethiopia turned me into a refugee. I love America with all my heart, I was once supposed to go to West Point but life had other plans. No regret, my foolishness was God’s providence. I am now able to address this memo to you not as a captain but as a sergeant at arms and someone who will be serving right next to you when the fire comes.
The fire nears, it is time for all of you to put on the helmet of salvation and your full armor of God. I ask all who are reading this now who happen to be serving in the military to quickly go behind a door, close your eyes and ask your father God to speak to you. If the voice tells you that I’m a fraud, disregard this memorandum. But if the voice tells you otherwise, that is when you have a decision to make. Buffalo soldiers, when you reach a decision , meet me at the National Mall in DC, that will be our rally point for justice. Oorah! Click To Tweet
“With your help I can advance against a troop; with my God I can scale a wall. It is God who arms me with strength and makes my way perfect. The LORD lives! Praise be to my Rock! Exalted be God, the Rock, my Savior!” ~ 2 Samuel 22
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