Washington Post, reports an interesting exchange of replicas, which are said to have occurred between the President in his first term, and Chuck Hagel, a candidate for the post of defense minister.
Bob Woodward writes in a report that during a visit to the White House in 2009, Hagel warned Obama that he should pay attention to the rogue elements in the Pentagon, which was headed by a "new world order":
According to the report, which later made Hagel, and is reported here for the first time, he told Obama: "We live in a time of a new world order."
"We have no control over them. You have to question everything, their every assumption — "military and diplomats" — which will be suggested to you. Any guesses 10 years old — obsolete. You have to question the role. You have to question the actions of the military. You have to question that for which we use the military. "
Post says that Hagel warned Obama that the United States "bogged down" in the ongoing war in Afghanistan, saying that it defines the first term of Obama. Hagel, reported later, in private, questioned the wisdom of sending more troops to the conflict.
At that moment, Obama announced the proposed deployment of more than 50,000 troops in Afghanistan, based on recommendations from the Pentagon.
In response Hagel is said and noted that "the president was commander in chief in control of the Pentagon, from the moment Bush was president."
"If what he said Hagel, it is confirmed that it is probable that he and the president will have a major problem in the management of this" new world order ". Concludes the Washington Post.
View expressed here seems to be less focused on the concept of a "new world order" (with which readers are familiar Infowars) and leans more to the problem that the military-industrial complex is a constant war for their own purposes, which is not very big revelation, and rather something too obvious.
However, comments Hagel interesting to read.
Yet, there is no reason to believe that Obama is president, not aware of the existence of any form of manifestation of the "new world order", whether rogue elements in the Pentagon or the huge elite shadow government structure if Chuck Hagel, as Senator , is aware of this.
All of this begs the question, if Hagel knows that the post of minister of defense can not have a significant impact on the military elite, will he try to do something, or he will simply play its role?