Let’s consider the statement by America’s top military officer in context.
After decades of establishment assaults on the American people from the so-called left ….
After America had just experienced several months of BLM burning buildings, breaking windows, looting stores, carrying guns, shooting people, throwing rocks and Molotov cocktails, expressing racism, and attacking white bystanders …. because cops shoot black people at the same rate per encounter as white people …. and which was whitewashed as “mostly peaceful” protests by the establishment ….
And after unarmed Trump voters protesting the stolen election at the Capitol caused no fires or deaths, shot no one, bullied no bystanders, expressed no racism, broke no windows, planted no bombs, threw no rocks or Molotov cocktails, destroyed no property, and rejected the agents provocateur trying to incite them …. and are being blackwashed by the entire establishment ….
Then …. in that context …. General Mark Milley, Chariman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, testifying before Congress, June 23, 2021, said:
I want to understand white rage, and I’m white.–General Mark Milley, Chariman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, testifying before Congress, June 23, 2021
Given his statement before that, one might think he merely wanted to know what other people meant by “white rage”, but his next words made his meaning clear:
What is it that caused thousands of people to assault this building [the Capitol] and try to overturn the Constitution of the United States of America? What caused that?
His boss, the Commander in Chief, had just said he inherited:
The worst attack on our Democracy Since the Civil War.–Joe Biden, address to Congress, April 28, 2021
Joe Biden would have been correct if he had meant that the stolen election was the worst threat on our Democracy since the Civil War, but he was referring to the peaceful protest of the stolen election. He would also have been correct if he had meant that the actions of the US government during the Civil War (e.g. imprisoning legislators to stop them from voting) were a threat to democracy, because it is a logical error to call secession a threat to democracy, but he meant that secession was the threat to democracy.
Then Joe Biden said just days before Milley’s statement to Congress:
As I said in my address to the joint session of Congress, according to the intelligence community, terrorism from white supremacy is the most lethal threat to the homeland today.
The words of General Milley were the next step in the end game of the Apex Players. The US military is the final part of the establishment that has declared the American people to be the enemy. Even the US military itself probably didn’t know why it was ordered to engage in asymmetric warfare–hard–for 50 years, but many of us have known since the Clinton administration.
However, the US military has its own intelligence branch, so it knows the election was stolen, and it knows who is being whitewashed and who is being blackwashed. It knows that “white rage” is bullshit. It knows that all almost all terrorism is perpetrated directly or indirectly by the US establishment or its global masters. It knows that secession is a right (that’s how America was formed) and that secession is not a threat to democracy. It knows that the American establishment has done everything it can to strengthen China (limited only by having to maintain the illusion of legitimacy). It knows that the American government doesn’t work for the American people, and at this late stage, it has to be fully aware that it is being set up to fight the American people …. and it has agreed ….
As bad as that sounds, the reality is worse. The American establishment admits that it uses false flags and secret provocations to start any war that it wants to happen.