Sunday, April 26, 2015

ALERT: Top Navy Officer FIRED by Obama For Exposing Massive Threat to US

ALERT: Top Navy Officer FIRED by Obama For Exposing Massive Threat to US

President Barack Obama’s been on a roll when it comes to firing military officers — especially those who aren’t afraid to speak out against the administration and expose what’s really happening behind the scenes.
That seems to be the case with Capt. James Fanell, a senior Navy intelligence leader who was relieved from his position as the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s director of intelligence and information operations because he made public information about China that Obama didn’t want you to hear.

His comments, now being labeled “provocative,” revealed that after a recent Chinese amphibious exercise, naval intelligence officials assessed that China’s strategy was to be able to launch a “short, sharp war,” with Japan.
Fannell said the following about Chinese naval intentions: “(We believe) the (People’s Liberation Army) has been given the new task to be able to conduct a short, sharp war to destroy Japanese forces in the East China Sea following with what can only be expected (as) a seizure of the Senkakus or even southern Ryukyu (islands).”
Those actions could potentially lead to something along the lines of World War III.
According to Pentagon brass, this information runs counter to their daily talking points about “building ties” with the Chinese Navy, a force which appears to be more assertive than ever before.
Adm. Harry Harris, in charge of PACFLT, relieved Fannel from his position as an intelligence director. According to Military Times, he was reassigned as an aid to Rear Adm. Randy Crites at PACFLT’s maritime headquarters — which is a long fall from his previous position.
In other words, he was punished for exposing a massive threat to the United States that Obama and his administration didn’t want you to know about.
Fannell reportedly has plenty of support within the naval intelligence community for voicing his views on China’s growing aggression toward countries like Japan and even the United States.
As a 29-year naval intelligence officer, Fannell has more credibility and insider knowledge than most others in his branch of service.
We salute Capt. Fannell for having the bravery to expose the growing threat from China, regardless of the consequences.
Share this on Facebook and Twitter if you stand behind Fannell for putting his 29-year military career on the line to expose this massive threat to the United States.

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