Media outlets are reporting that decorated General Norman Schwarzkopf, most well-known for his direction of American forces during the first Gulf War, has passed away. He was 78 years old. No details are known at this time as the reports are based on information from confidential sources.
Schwarzkopf was a valiant warrior in Vietnam and received many commendations for his service. In 1991, he was the driving force as the United States and allies drove Saddam Hussein and Iraq out of Kuwait. Often referred to by his nickname “Stormin’ Norman,” Schwarzkopf was very powerful in his heyday, and yes, there are plenty of accusations of Illuminati involvement. While it is not generally believed that he was high up in the order or even on the level of past presidents or other world leaders, he was thought to be a low-level part of the hierarchy that makes up the modern-day Illuminati. He is also listed as a “famous” Freemason on many Internet sites, although this cannot be confirmed. However, Schwarzkopf had been living a pretty uneventful life in Tampa, Florida through his retirement and was mostly out of the public eye. It is highly unlikely that his death will be from anything but natural causes. There is certainly no reason even in the wildest conspiracy circles for the Illuminati, or any other organization for that matter, to have any reason to wish or attempt to bring about his death.
Sometimes it is what it is. A good man by almost all accounts, we send our condolences and hope that “Stormin’ Norman” is resting in peace. We’ll keep you posted as we get more information.