Has James Mattis unwittingly contributed to the leaking of vital information by state department officials?


In a January memo, also eagerly tweeted by US ambassador to Greece Geoffrey Pyatt, the new US Defense Secretary James Mattis  pledged to work more closely with the State Department.

http://www.militarytimes.com/articles/mattis-defense-secretary-memo

It may be that Mattis himself unwittingly contributed to the leak allegedly by State Department officials about ISIS raids with this new policy of working more closely with the State department, a part of government especially riddled with Globalist moles.

Or he may be a genius, probing the ranks for moles, and drawing them out into the open by a show of naivete. That is also possible. Whichever, more coordination is surely desirable.

Why don’t Donald Trump and Michael Flynn call together regular, off the radar cabinet meetings with Mattis, John Kelly and Rex Tillerson to coordinate their fight against the USA’s number one enemy, the Globalist corporate banking cartel, which finances ISIS and the rigged media?

Since it seems as if the Globalists through plants Reince Priebus, Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon virtually control the White House, in the meantime, the cabinet meetings could be held in the Pentagon. In fact, Trump may be advised to move to the Pentagon altogether until he finds a new White House staff…

Priebus, who has close links to the government of Alexis Tsipras, can as Chief of Staff presumably order a stand down of Trump’s security anytime…

The USA cannot fight any war with moles throughout its government leaking information to enemies. Purging the government has to become a number one security priority.

 Here’s the memo in full:

It’s good to be back and I’m grateful to serve alongside you as Secretary of Defense.

 Together with the Intelligence Community we are the sentinels and guardians of our nation. We need only look to you, the uniformed and civilian members of the Department and your families, to see the fundamental unity of our country. You represent an America committed to the common good; an America that is never complacent about defending its freedoms; and an America that remains a steady beacon of hope for all mankind.

 Every action we take will be designed to ensure our military is ready to fight today and in the future. Recognizing that no nation is secure without friends, we will work with the State Department to strengthen our alliances. Further, we are devoted to gaining full value from every taxpayer dollar spent on defense, thereby earning the trust of Congress and the American people.

 I am confident you will do your part. I pledge to you I’ll do my best as your Secretary.

 

 

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