General McLovin's biggest mistake, besides giving a reporter open access to his ramblings about the endless war in Afghanistan, was dissing "master of the universe," Richard Holbrooke.
The mainstream media emphasized how McLovin had to go because he insulted the president. However, it was McLovin's dismissive comments about Richard Holbrooke's E-mails which sealed his fate.
Who is Richard Holbrooke and how could he wield more power and influence than the president? Richard Holbrooke worked for the Carter and Clinton Administrations, held top positions with Credit Suisse Bank and Lehman Brothers, and is a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. In addition, Holbrooke is a frequent participant at the highly secret "Bilderberg" meeting which is regarded in a similar category as the Trilateral Commision.
The Bilderbergers have been accused of secretly promoting a new world order. A Bilderberger participant such as Holbrooke is a power broker at the very highest global levels. Even his buddies at the Pentagon could not protect McLovin from the wrath of an ubermensch like Holbrooke.
The only thing more dangerous than telling a lie for a government official is to tell the truth. General McLovin learned this lesson the hard way.