Aaron Bushnell Proves What We've Said All Along About SecDef Austin's Stupid 'Extremism Stand Down'

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Sunday, 25-year-old Senior Airman Aaron Bushnell doused himself with gasoline outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington, DC, and set himself ablaze. He shouted “Free Palestine” as he was burning. Before killing himself, he prepared a will and set up a Twitch account to video the action. As he walked to the embassy gate, he read a prepared statement.

I am an active duty member of the United States Air Force. And I will no longer be complicit to genocide. I am about to engage in an extreme act of protest. But compared to what people have been experiencing in Palestine at the hands of their colonizers—it’s not extreme at all. This is what our ruling class has decided will be normal.

 


RELATED: USAF Member Sets Himself on Fire Outside Israeli Embassy, Dramatic Scene Caught on Video


While I suppose it’s possible to debate the merits of suicide to express support for a political cause with which you have zero contact, what can’t be debated is that Bushnell was a leftwing extremist whose allegiance was with enemies of the United States.

A Washington Post profile, of all things, confirms Bushnell’s deep and longstanding ties to extremist groups.

A quick tour through his Reddit comments: click the link to see more.

Bushnell was a cybersecurity specialist assigned to the 531st Intelligence Support Squadron, a 543d Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group subordinate unit. As such, he had a top security clearance and may have had access to one or more special access programs. 

Days after the occasionally AWOL Secretary of Defense assumed control of the armed forces of the regime, he ordered a “stand down” to combat “extremism” in the ranks. No one had really seen examples of extremism, but with all those White guys, they knew it was there. In fact, former RedStater Stu Svrk noted that the documents guiding the stand down pointedly ignored leftist terror groups and seemed to focus on grievances he had accumulated since he was a West Point cadet.

In explaining the stand-down, Austin himself has disseminated a video to DoD members on the subject of “extremism” and stated that he had personally seen and lived through these attitudes before, both as a soldier and a commander.” To whom and toward what objective was Austin addressing his comments, given his own “direct experience” with extremism in the military? A logical conclusion from the above training materials and his own statements is that the primary focus is on “white nationalists, white supremacists, and neo-Nazis,” with zero attention being given to the violent left-wing groups like the Marxist-founded Black Lives Matter and Antifa (in a recent poll, 71% agreed that Antifa is a domestic terrorist group!). 


READ: Has SECDEF Austin Been Planning the 60-Day Stand-Down Since He Was a West Point Cadet?


Indeed, it fast became obvious that no one in the military cared about the communists or anarchists just waiting for the order to gun down fellow citizens. They didn’t even bother to hide.


BACKGROUND: The Military Has an Extremist Problem, Just Not the One Lloyd Austin Has Wet Dreams Over Snuffing Out


In the end, the results were so counter to the narrative that DOD had seeded in the media that the report was suppressed until made public by a FOIA demand.


READ: DOD’s ‘Military Extremism’ Investigation Is a Dud


While there are “lone wolf” right-wingers, you don’t find solitary anarchist/Antifa types. The “cell” nature of leftist subversion is necessary for them as oxygen. There are more of these anarcho-communists in close proximity to the Hamas Flambés; you can bet on it. And while they may not self-immolate, they are working against our national security. Of course, it’s possible that no one cares.

One hopes counterintelligence is crawling all up his unit chain of command’s collective ass to find out what they knew and when they knew. Bushnell was not quiet about his politics, which do not include “support and defend the Constitution of the United States,” yet he was retained in a sensitive position. That needs to be answered for.





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