Most of D.C. had lost its power from several heavy thunderstorms, and the hot humid city was now without electricity to cool its frazzled nerves as the full moon pulled ever so tighly on its occupants. The White House of course had its own separate support system and was operating normally, but the city of Washington D.C. thought collectively, what next? Well, next had just occurred fifteen minutes earlier at 5:00 P.M. EST. The President was informed by his weasel-like assistant Valerie Jarrett that something had happened and he must address it now. She explained and showed him on the Internet of the release of over 91,000 reports that originated from the Defense Department. These documents showed the day-to-day policy and military decisions that were made during the Afghan War from 2004 to 2010. The website was run by Julian Assange a shady character from Australia that seemed to have no real place he called home, sort of a virtual figure living between the electrons of the Internet. As the President looked through some of the information listed on the website WikiLeaks, he thought he needed to speak to his handlers now.
The President knew this was going to be a big deal tomorrow and he definitely needed to distances himself from it. He phoned his handlers who by now had obviously become inpatient with him and his stall tactics. It was clear to him that this release was a wakeup call and that he better get with the program or more information would be released. He knew that Bradley Manning was the source of these documents and that he was just one of many of George Soros’s hired assassins. He felt Soros’s hatred for America ran so deep he was capable of anything and it showed. The President knew ever since he had moderated his game plan, he had been getting nonstop flack from them.
His handlers wanted the U.N. out of the Middle East and that included the United States. That was the deal, pull out or else. But what the handlers didn’t realize was that the U.S. Military ran the wars, not the President, and they just don’t stop when a new President is elected. OPERATION: ALICE IN WONDERLAND had been in effect since President Ronald Reagan who authored the plan. It was Reagan’s long term plan for the Middle East and the containment of Iran. What many in the media and just about everyone on the left never could understand was that every war fought since 1980 was directed at the isolation of Iran. Reagan knew the evils of radical Islam and the need to fight it over there, rather than on our homeland, where our own Constitution and Bill of Rights would get in the way. But this President and his handlers were here to unravel all of that as the 541st day of the Obama Presidency looked out over the blackened city of Washington D.C.