December 2, 2018
High profile suicide of a high profile military man. Hm.
Whenever you come across a high-profile government “suicide,” you have to ask yourself: what am I looking at here? What is the background of this individual? What was he involved in presently?
You also want to pay attention to how it is announced.
In this particular case, they are claiming out of the gates that it was not anything other than a suicide.
Vice Adm. Scott Stearney, commander of U.S. Naval Forces Central Command and the U.S. Fifth Fleet, was found dead Saturday in his residence in Bahrain, U.S. military officials said.
No foul play is suspected, but the cause of death remained under investigation, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson said.
Defense Department sources told CBS News the death was “an apparent suicide.”
“This is devastating news for the Stearney family, for the team at Fifth Fleet and the entire Navy,” Richardson said, according to NavyTimes. “He was a good friend to all of us.”
Vice Admiral is the second highest rank in the Navy, and so one of the highest possible positions to hold in the military.
And this guy was active duty.
There were a lot of things he could have known.
1940s-actor type physiognomy checks out. Smiling with hot babe. On Fox News. Suicide seeming less and less likely.
And we have heard rumors of a possible conflict within the military.
As we’ve said here many times on the Daily Stormer, the only way Donald Trump is going to be able to push through his agenda is by seizing control of the government by any means necessary.
Seize the means of reproduction!
Scott Stearney was 58, doing well in his career, presumably had children and grandchildren – although nothing has been released about his family, I assume if he either didn’t have a family or was divorced/estranged from his wife, they would be printing that.
So it’s something to watch – if we start getting more strange suicides, then something is definitely happening.