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Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel Stuart P. Scheller - Former AITB Commander - Terry Lakin II

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So he’s on board with military being dubbed “suckers and losers” or whatever the quaint expression was.


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Scheller posted another video on his facebook page and youtube. I’m not linking it. He talks about war and fear and love, and repeats his main points: Generals are bad; they’re only in power because we the people allow it; and he has the capability of inflicting violence.

Then someone apparently texted him and asked him to take the video down. He posted screenshots of the texts in which this unidentified person is telling him that they want to groom him for Congress and the presidency, but Scheller isn’t having it. He tells the person he’s not taking it down, and tells the world on facebook:
You all aren’t listening to me. Did you think I would unshackle myself from one system just to become prisoner of the next system. The lions are home from war. And the lions aren’t assimilating to your system anymore ✊🏻🇺🇸


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Example of accounting majors going rogue.


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He sounds dangerous, or getting there.


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Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, relieved of command and whose wife has left him, posts video last night in uniform where he says he is filing criminal charges against Gen McKenzie, will post the charges online, and has set up a fund for people to send him money


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Reading this, kept thinking of Maybenaut.


From his Facebook https://www.facebook.com/stuart.scheller. People with no clue what they're talking about say HELL YEAH BRO!

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Charges I plan to drop against General McKenzie as follows:

Specification 1 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Lance Corporal David Espinoza, United States Marine Corps.

Specification 2 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Sergeant Nicole Gee, United States Marine Corps.

Specification 3 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Staff Sergeant Darin Taylor Hoover, United States Marine Corps.

Continuation Page 2 of 3 DD Form 458

Specification 4 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Sergeant Ryan Knauss, United States Army.

Specification 5 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Corporal Hunter Lopez, United States Marine Corps.

Specification 6 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Lance Corporal Rylee McCollum, United States Marine Corps.

Specification 7 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Lance Corporal Dylan R. Merola, United States Marine Corps.

Specification 8 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Lance Corporal Kareem Nikoui, United States Marine Corps.

Continuation Page 3 of 3 DD Form 458

Specification 9 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Corporal Daegan William-Tyeler, United States Marine Corps.

Specification 10 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Sergeant Johanny Rosario, United States Marine Corps.

Specification 11 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Corporal Humberto Sanchez, United States Marine Corps.

Specification 12 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz, United States Marine Corps.

Specification 13 (Dereliction of Duty through Culpable Inefficiency): In the General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., United States Marine Corps, United States Central Command, on active duty and subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, between on or about 1 July 2021 and on or about 28 August 2021, who knew of his duties as a commissioned officer, while commanding the United States Central Command, was derelict in the performance of those duties in that he, by culpable inefficiency, failed to supervise the withdrawal of United States Forces from Afghanistan, as it was his duty to do, and that such dereliction of duty resulted in the death of Hospital Corpsman Max Soviak, United States Navy.

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Here's the video on his YouTube channel. He begins with, "Hey." "Would I do that again? I don't know."




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When this whole business first started I felt really bad for this guy. I mean, he was obviously in a lot of pain, and I thought for him to throw his entire career away he must be suffering some sort of mental breakdown. This is something I see in my clients all the time.

Now I think he can go fuck himself.

Couldn’t get the defense counsel to sign the charge sheet? He said he wouldn’t do it “for a number of reasons.” One of those reasons is he’s a defense counsel. That’s sort of like asking the public defender to sign a criminal complaint.

According to Article 30, he has to swear the charges in front of any commissioned officer authorized to administer oaths (which, IIRC, is everyone, but that may vary by service). That means he has to find a commissioned officer willing to administer the oath and sign the charge sheet. That officer isn’t necessarily saying he agrees with the charges, but still. If you look closely, you can see the ten-foot pole between this jackass and every other commissioned officer in the military.
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Maybenaut wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 8:41 am When this whole business first started I felt really bad for this guy. I mean, he was obviously in a lot of pain, and I thought for him to throw his entire career away he must be suffering some sort of mental breakdown. This is something I see in my clients all the time.

Now I think he can go fuck himself.
I'm so pleased that you have come around to my way of thinking, Maybenaut. Granted, I don't have experience in the military setting, and I sympathize with wanting to give this guy the benefit of the doubt. I am, however, very experienced in distinguishing and dealing with clients who are having a mental break (including some clients of mine who were veterans with very serious PTSD) as opposed to people who are just assholes who behave badly because they think rules don't apply to them. This guy has always seemed to fall in the latter category.


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fierceredpanda wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 9:18 am
Maybenaut wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 8:41 am When this whole business first started I felt really bad for this guy. I mean, he was obviously in a lot of pain, and I thought for him to throw his entire career away he must be suffering some sort of mental breakdown. This is something I see in my clients all the time.

Now I think he can go fuck himself.
I'm so pleased that you have come around to my way of thinking, Maybenaut. Granted, I don't have experience in the military setting, and I sympathize with wanting to give this guy the benefit of the doubt. I am, however, very experienced in distinguishing and dealing with clients who are having a mental break (including some clients of mine who were veterans with very serious PTSD) as opposed to people who are just assholes who behave badly because they think rules don't apply to them. This guy has always seemed to fall in the latter category.
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Imagine him as a CPA (accounting major) going off his rocker instead of being a commissioned officer. Damn shame.


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fierceredpanda wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 9:18 am [
I'm so pleased that you have come around to my way of thinking, Maybenaut. Granted, I don't have experience in the military setting, and I sympathize with wanting to give this guy the benefit of the doubt. I am, however, very experienced in distinguishing and dealing with clients who are having a mental break (including some clients of mine who were veterans with very serious PTSD) as opposed to people who are just assholes who behave badly because they think rules don't apply to them. This guy has always seemed to fall in the latter category.
I understand. I just cannot express how unusual this is. I’ve had a lot (and I mean a lot) of high-ranking asshole clients who think the rules don’t apply to them. But those rules invariably involved a different kind of crime — drugs, child pornography, or the Joint Federal Travel Regulations.

I’ve never had a high-ranking client whose misconduct involved expressing displeasure in how the military runs the military. I mean, I guess it happens, but it’s rare.


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Question: assume that Scheller finds some guy to certify his complaint and then manages to correctly submit it, will this mean his request to be dsismissed asap from the Marines will be put on hold cause he needs to be in the military to proceed with the complaint? Or will he be dismissed from the military and the complaint gets dropped cause the accuser is no longer part of the forces?


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Maybenaut wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 12:22 pm
fierceredpanda wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 9:18 am [
I'm so pleased that you have come around to my way of thinking, Maybenaut. Granted, I don't have experience in the military setting, and I sympathize with wanting to give this guy the benefit of the doubt. I am, however, very experienced in distinguishing and dealing with clients who are having a mental break (including some clients of mine who were veterans with very serious PTSD) as opposed to people who are just assholes who behave badly because they think rules don't apply to them. This guy has always seemed to fall in the latter category.
I understand. I just cannot express how unusual this is. I’ve had a lot (and I mean a lot) of high-ranking asshole clients who think the rules don’t apply to them. But those rules invariably involved a different kind of crime — drugs, child pornography, or the Joint Federal Travel Regulations.

I’ve never had a high-ranking client whose misconduct involved expressing displeasure in how the military runs the military. I mean, I guess it happens, but it’s rare.
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One of these things is not like the other ;)

Curious about what kind of crimes involve violation of Joint Federal Travel Regulations


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My WAG: Abusing the rules regarding payment for travel-related expenses, i.e., theft.


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somerset wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 1:26 pm
Maybenaut wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 12:22 pm
fierceredpanda wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 9:18 am [
I'm so pleased that you have come around to my way of thinking, Maybenaut. Granted, I don't have experience in the military setting, and I sympathize with wanting to give this guy the benefit of the doubt. I am, however, very experienced in distinguishing and dealing with clients who are having a mental break (including some clients of mine who were veterans with very serious PTSD) as opposed to people who are just assholes who behave badly because they think rules don't apply to them. This guy has always seemed to fall in the latter category.
I understand. I just cannot express how unusual this is. I’ve had a lot (and I mean a lot) of high-ranking asshole clients who think the rules don’t apply to them. But those rules invariably involved a different kind of crime — drugs, child pornography, or the Joint Federal Travel Regulations.

I’ve never had a high-ranking client whose misconduct involved expressing displeasure in how the military runs the military. I mean, I guess it happens, but it’s rare.
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One of these things is not like the other ;)

Curious about what kind of crimes involve violation of Joint Federal Travel Regulations
Travel claim fraud. It’s rampant, and for some reason I don’t quite understand, officers are more likely to do it than enlisted people. I’ve never had an enlisted client charged with travel claim fraud, but many officer clients. It’s possible that they deal with the enlisted folks administratively rather than with criminal charges, but that’s not what my gut tells me because I would still know about those.

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RTH10260 wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 12:47 pm Question: assume that Scheller finds some guy to certify his complaint and then manages to correctly submit it, will this mean his request to be dsismissed asap from the Marines will be put on hold cause he needs to be in the military to proceed with the complaint? Or will he be dismissed from the military and the complaint gets dropped cause the accuser is no longer part of the forces?
Neither. He can swear charges on his last day. The won’t hold him and they won’t drop the complaint… Well…

Don’t get me wrong. The complaint will be dropped, but not because he got out of the military. The complaint will be dropped because there isn’t a snowball’s chance in hell that any officer in the chain of command is going to act on it.


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Thinking about these charges as drafted…

Let’s say they go forward…

The specifications fail to state an offense because “failure to supervise,” without an allegation that he personally did or omitted to do a specific act, isn’t enough. Despite the myths surrounding command responsibility, there is no criminal liability without an allegation (and, ultimately, proof), that the commander was personally involved in the decisions of his subordinates. In other words, there’s no respondeat superior theory of criminal liability in the context of dereliction of duty (there’s caselaw on that - can’t recall the name, but it had to do with a Navy doctor’s failure to adequately supervise his subordinates and someone died as a result).

Also, the specifications are multiplicious. The elements of dereliction of duty through culpable inefficiency are (1) That the accused had certain duties; (2) that he knew or reasonably should have known of those duties; and (3) that the accused through culpable inefficiency was derelict in the performance of those duties.

There’s no fourth element “… and as a result …” Even if Gen. McKenzie was derelict ( :roll: ), there was only one failure to supervise, no matter how many people died as a result. And you can’t add elements to increase punishment or criminal exposure no matter how badly you might want to (there is a shit-ton of caselaw on that because the military likes to squeeze every ounce of blood from the proverbial turnip).

So even if these specifications state an offense (they don’t), there can only be one. They can save those names for the sentencing case, but seriously, even one dead Marine would result in the maximum - three months confinement and forfeiture of 2/3 pay per month for three months, and a dismissal from the service (if the case goes to general court-martial — there’s no dismissal at a special court-martial).

So, good luck with all that, Col. Scheller.


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For the first time, i hear it clearly in his recent communications:
I know better than senior command but they didn’t listen to me. Too also, I’m not senior command so I don’t actually have all the facts that informed senior Command’s decision, but even if I did I know better.

Anyone else hear this? Jackass.


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“We can’t all be wrong”

Not just a jackass but a delusional Jackass.

Has he defined who “we” is?


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Dave from down under wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 5:02 pm “We all cannot be wrong”
But we (individually) CAN be all wrong.


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Anyone else getting the

“we didn’t lose the war, we were betrayed” vibe from listening to him?


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Dave from down under wrote: Sat Sep 18, 2021 5:02 pmWe can’t all be wrong
On this, at least, I agree with him. We’re not all wrong. But he is.


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He's at it again on Facebook, 20 hours ago:

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America is at a critical crossroad in the evolution of the representative democracy. Americans reflecting on their current government must consider a critical question that determines the fate of the current representative democracy. The critical question:

Does the current government still serve the interests of the people?

If the people answer the critical question with ‘yes’, or ‘the government doesn’t require fundamental change’ then the future follows a different path. Follow up discussions would include ‘how do we work within the system to make the required changes.’

However, if the American people feel the answer to the critical question is ‘no’ or ‘the government is so broken that fundamental change needs to occur’ then the American people must evaluate the four options laid out by the founding fathers to make fundamental change.

The four main branches laid out in sequence of extremism:
1) Navigating a new generation of thinkers through one of the two existing major parties,
2) Building a new generation of thinkers in a smaller pre-existing nationally recognized third party,
3) Exercising article V of the Constitution, or
4) Revolution.

The more radical the option, the more instability and unrest that will ensue following the event. However, if the government doesn’t serve the interests of the people, it’s the people’s obligation to throw off the old form of government. All efforts should be exhausted at the lower levels before escalating the extremism. However, all four options according to the American Constitution and Declaration of Independence are legally available to the people.

Caveat: cognitive distortion will occur when applying this line of thinking too quickly. If the people are angry, a mob mentality will lead them to a false sense of agreement. The people must first agree as to why the government is failing before seeking change in unison.

I offer five reasons as to why the American Government is currently failing the American people:

Economic Crisis. Both major parties have been unable or unwilling to, not only stabilize a budget, but more importantly, decrease the national debt. The current path is clearly unsustainable and will result in the collapse of the Republic.

Military Employment Failure. Failure to utilize the military in a manner that increases national power. The current military-industrial machine is broken. They post WWII National Security System needs replaced.

Lack of Accountability. Senior officials in the government and political establishment are allowed to abuse their power at the expense of the everyday American. The everyday American is held to a much higher standard than the people leading the critical organizations within the government.

Individual Freedom Encroachment. Abuses on American freedoms in the name of safety. The purpose of the American government is to provide safety and stability for the people. However, individual freedoms have deteriorated at an alarming rate due to centralization of power and false claims in the name of safety.

Immigration Policy Failure. Failure to implement sustainable legal immigration policies. America was built upon immigration. America needs immigration to evolve within the global system. However, the current government is unable or unwilling to lay out a clear path forward without risk to the American people.

Edited by no one. Informed by only me… and books… and Bud Light. Forgive the poor writing. #authenticamericans


Stuart Scheller
Fear cannot exist in the pursuit of love and truth. I believe in love. I believe in America. I believe in strength. I believe in honesty. I believe I am ready to go to jail based on these beliefs.

First you pulled the chain of retirement. I broke that chain. Then you pulled the chain of family stability. That chain also broke. All you have left is the threat of Court Martial. “It’s a felony Stu. No one wants that. It will ruin your whole life.” But you never understood me. I’m comfortable going back to Cincinnati and working at Applebees again. Do you want freedom fries with that?

“Effective immediately upon your receipt below, you are hereby ordered to refrain from posting any and all material, in any form without exception, to any social media. In this context, the term 'social media' shall be construed very broadly to include any medium by which you may share information with groups of people. It includes more traditional forms of social media (e.g., Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn) as well nontraditional methods one might use to circumvent established social media (e.g., mass emails, group text messages, electronic bulleting boards). You are also prohibited from communicating through third parties or proxies.” What happens when you communicate an order that stipulates you to stop communicating? Remember… I have only spoken truth.

Another truth… WE don’t want our children abused in the same failed systems. The systems remain, despite their repeated failures, because key holding hypocrites have safe haven within the system. “Why not just get out and say that Stu? Why not stay quiet and work within the system?” WE say this to you… if you are making a difference on your current path… why is the Republic in decline? The Apathetic American convinces himself to apply pressure in other ways only because he can’t see the invisible chains. The keyholders refuse to take accountability when it is so obvious. They are unable or unwilling to do what is right. But WE are not like the Apathetic American. WE have faith. WE believe what you stand for can only be defined by what you’re willing to risk.

They need US scared. They need US silenced. They need US divided. Fear, division, and ignorance facilitates control. WE the people are not republican/democrat, black/white, straight/gay, christian/atheist, mask/nomask, police/community, wallstreet/mainstreet… so on and so on. We are Americans. Adjectives are not required. Don’t dim your light to walk into their darkness. Walk into their darkness and light shit up.

President Trump. I was told by everyone to kiss the ring because of your following and power. I refuse. While I respect your foreign policy positions, I hate how you divided the country. I don’t need or want your help. You do not have the ability to pull US together. You may even win the next election. But your generation’s time is running out. Tell your son to stop tweeting about me. Your whole family knows nothing about US or our sacrifices. I could never work with you. I’d rather sit in jail and be released with a dishonorable than make compromises in my beliefs.

President Obama. Great at speeches… obviously weak in any intestinal fortitude. President Bush Jr. great at speeches… obviously ignorant in thinking he could import democracy. President Clinton. Great at bringing Congress together… obviously morally bankrupt. This includes his wife.

General Mattis. The warrior monk. We all know you became a monk because you are gay. To be clear, my generation don’t care about sexuality. We are better than that. But our generation does care about honesty. You brought to my Infantry Officer Course 1-06 what can only be described as a female prop. It was uncomfortable for all of us. As soon as you left, we all knew you were a liar. We were young, but not stupid. Back then Don’t Ask Don’t Tell was still a policy. We understood why you lied. But as the policy was rescinded, and we continued to hear the rumors, it bothered us that you kept up the lie. You weren’t a monk. You were dishonest. And for all your talk about the 5-3-5 and counter-insurgency… can we go back and review the record? The academics loved you. You talked about reading books all the time. The only problem… you didn’t win any wars. Maybe you should have read different books.

General Petraeus. The counter-insurgency genius. We all know you went to Yale. We all know that you walked around the wars without PPE. But what if you used that education to offer insight on the ineffective nature of counter insurgency? You led Iraq and Afghanistan because you were such an influential leader. However, history demonstrated you didn’t have the insight of George Bush Sr. who knew when to pull out of a military campaign once the objectives were achieved. History somehow forgot George Bush Sr.’s genius. If you were half as smart as him, you would have recommended an efficient withdraw much sooner than the long wars you promoted. But that would have marginalized the theory of your genius. And without your celebrity… there are no adulterous escapades.

General Flynn. You gave interviews about me. Pretending to understand me. You are the same as the rest. You were caught in a lie. My generation is sick of your lies. We are not the same. Stop speaking my name as if you understand me. You could never understand US.

PHDs teaching at military academies. Bill Lind just wrote an article about my moral courage titled The View from Olympus: The Scheller Affair and Moral Courage. Let me be clear Mr. Lind, despite your contributions to the Marine Corps, you could never understand me. And my contempt for the academics who have attached themselves to the military machine runs deep. I will never relate to a person who refused to fight in the arena, yet feels entitled enough to offer opinions as if the lions should listen. Critics. Mr. Lind… General Berger’s opinion matters more than yours, despite your condescending opinion towards him. Please let all the PHDs in the military education system know the same. And tell General Gray to get off the MCU stage. He had his turn. Maneuver Warfare is outdated. It’s not attrition vs. maneuver. It’s decentralization vs. synchronization. And the critical question of where that balance occurs is the question you failed to address in the current version of MCDP 1. Marines all think decentralization should occur at the lowest levels despite a deeper understanding of how to maximize combat power. But I’m sure your generation of deep thinkers knew that…

To General Alford adjudicating my legal situation. When I briefed you in July you said, “We have an entire generation of LtCols who don’t know how to make decisions. They feel the need to ask permission.” Ask Tom and Sung, they were there. My generation is sick of being bullied. Maybe my generation knows a little bit more than you think. We’ve watched you play politics for 20 years. You thought we were too stupid to learn?

General Donovan, thanks for finishing my fitrep multiple months late as soon as I hit the news. Is it safe to assume you processed the report when I hit the news so that you didn’t look bad? It’s about your optics, it’s never been about US. But if your angry about me speaking the truth, send your Regimental Commander to come find me again. You could have him repeat, “If you interrupt me again, I’m going to fillet you. I will cut you in half.” “I’m going to work you like a slave. I’m going to work you like a dog. I’m going to work your dick into the dirt.” Ask Lobo… he was there for some of it.

Task and Purpose, despite your factually incorrect article about my legal right to prefer charges on General McKenzie (which still has been denied by the same people trying to hold me accountable… even after the news of the drone strike), you don’t understand me. I do plan to bring the whole system down. Yes, Task and Purpose, I am brave enough to say it again. What say you now?

What happens when all you do is speak truth and no one wants to hear it. But they can probably stop listening because… I’m crazy… right?
Col Emmel please have the MPs waiting for me at 0800 on Monday. I’m ready for jail.
VR/ US
Edit: Added paragraph returns to make it easier to follow the madness.


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Re: Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel Stuart P. Scheller - Former AITB Commander - Terry Lakin II

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Lt. Col. Scheller wrote: “Effective immediately upon your receipt below, you are hereby ordered to refrain from posting any and all material, in any form without exception, to any social media. In this context, the term 'social media' shall be construed very broadly to include any medium by which you may share information with groups of people. It includes more traditional forms of social media (e.g., Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn) as well nontraditional methods one might use to circumvent established social media (e.g., mass emails, group text messages, electronic bulleting boards). You are also prohibited from communicating through third parties or proxies.” What happens when you communicate an order that stipulates you to stop communicating? Remember… I have only spoken truth.
Was he really ordered not to post anything on social media? If the order he received is real, there’s a good chance it’s unconstitutionally over-broad…

UNLESS…

He’s actually facing charges and the order is a reasonable restriction on his liberty to prevent him from committing additional misconduct. He doesn’t say whether he’s actually been charged. He talks about felonies, and going to jail, and whatnot, but hasn’t said he’s been charged with anything.

I’m curious.


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Re: Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel Stuart P. Scheller - Former AITB Commander - Terry Lakin II

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Still:
I
I
I
Know better

My
My
My
Notions shall prevail.

Fuck off, pseudosavior.


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