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US Constitution, First
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment
of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of
the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
"During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes
a revolutionary act." - George Orwell -
"Americans must understand that the Bill of Rights is the only legal document that stands in the way of oppression.
is the Bill of Rights that helps distinguish the United States from a system of oligarchic despotism of whatever stripe.
is the Bill of Rights that has helped create the freest nation on earth. And it is the destruction of the Bill of Rights that
will undo our republic and eviscerate our freedoms.
Therefore, any attempt by any court to suspend, or make exceptions
to, the Bill of Rights should be resisted by every patriotic American, including ... and especially, EVERY law enforcement
officer!" - Author(s) Unknown -
A people living under the perpetual menace of war and invasion is very easy
to govern. It demands no social reforms. It does not haggle over expenditures for armaments and military equipment. It pays
without discussion, it ruins itself, and that is an excellent thing for the syndicates of financiers and manufacturers for
whom patriotic terrors are an abundant source of gain - Anatole France, pseudonym for Jacques Anatole Thibault (1844-1924)
If the Nuremberg laws were applied, then every post-war American president would have been hanged - Noam
Not as tyrants have we come, but as liberators - Adolf Hitler, 1938 -
An evil exists that
threatens every man, woman, and child of this great nation. We must take steps to ensure our domestic security and protect
our homeland: - Adolph Hitler. In 1933, Hitler used the burning of the Reichstag as a pretext to push through emergency
decrees suspending the basic civil liberties of German citizens. The "emergency" decrees remained in effect until the fall
of the Third Reich in 1945.
- What are the parallels between the "enabling act" of 1933 and the "patriot act" of 2001?
highwayman is as much a robber when he plunders in a gang as when single; and a nation that makes an unjust war is only a
great gang - Benjamin Franklin - Letter to Benjamin Vaughan, 14 March 1785 (B 11:16-7)
The struggle to disbelieve
is eternal. We struggle to disbelieve that which contradicts our predisposition.
Face reality --- Start where you are! -
Author Unknown -
It is dangerous to be right when your government is wrong - Voltaire -
Mantra: Yours is not to reason why, yours is but to do or die.
Discussions of politics and religion were discouraged.
crimes, for which we are responsible: as taxpayers, for failing to provide massive reparations, for granting refuge and
immunity to the perpetrators, and for allowing the terrible facts to be sunk deep in the memory hole. All of this is of
great significance, as it has been in the past - Noam Chomsky -
"There was no reason for Nixon to disallow the
CIA to testify in the Rheault Case and have the charges dismissed---precedence had already been set when the CIA testified
in the McCarthy Trial". - Theodore Shackley, CIA Station Chief, Saigon 1969 -
Thank you, Ted Shackley. That means
perjury was committed at my trial because all witnesses swore under oath that they were members of the United States Army!
why did Ted Shackley show up in the anti-room occupied by witnesses soon to testify at my trial? Shackley should have been
in Vientiane, Laos, where he was CIA Station Chief. - John McCarthy -
You're not to be so blind with patriotism
that you can't face reality. Wrong is wrong, no matter who does it or says it. - Malcolm X -
Be All That You Can Be, But Be Aware
site wants you to see past and current events with the eyes of a combat veteran and to learn about experiences and grievances
related to the horrors of combat and the aftermath of an ungrateful government who sent soldiers off to an illegal, unjustified
and fabricated effort to attack a sovereign nation for nefarious reasons.
The death and wounded toll continue to climb
with the rise of political rhetoric of not withdrawing in the face of a guerrilla war that is well underway in Phase One,
Terrorism. "Lets not set a withdrawal date, that way the "insurgency" can wait us out." I do believe we heard the same thing
in Vietnam. Didn't work then, and won't work now.
"As long as we are there, we might as well fight and win 'democracy'"
is a joke. You can't force a mother to watch her son being sodomized by Americans in order to gather "intelligence" and expect
to shove 'democracy' down the throats of the rest of the population who know about the abuses of Abu Ghraib. And over 90%
of those imprisoned in Abu Ghraib were deemed to be innocent after all! More on this later.
And the American combat
veterans continue to take bullets and shrapnel as a result of very pissed off Iraqi who swear to defend their homeland against
The returning combat veterans, lucky to be ambulatory, are awakening to the fact that the VA is not
equipped to care for National Guard and Reservists who are a great part of the effort in Iraq, as misguided as that is.
lead prosecutor at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials held in 1946, Justice Robert Jackson, made a statement before the court
which is echoing around the world today. "The standards by which we judge these men today are the standards by which we will
be judged tomorrow".
Combat Veterans are returning to America only to find out that their illustrious leaders fabricated
the information to gain the war powers act from Congress resulting in an aggressive war against Iraq. This is in violation
of the Nuremberg Rules. More on this later.
The Feres Doctrine prohibits all service members and their families
from seeking redress for grievances against any member of the government for any crime incident to service. ANY CRIME! More
on this later.
Combat veterans are granted a Purple Heart for wounds suffered in combat. That a $1.50 will get you
a cup of coffee for your troubles. They deserve much more.
Compensation for carrying the scars of battle, mentally
or physically, for an unjust and illegal war should be much greater than a token medal. The cost of compensation in the instances
of Vietnam and Iraq should be high enough to make those politicians so anxious to go to war think twice or more.
are we going to get the money to compensate all these men and women?"
The same place the government got the $380 Billion
to fight this unjust war. Who decides how much? The courts, as usual, not the combat veterans.
"You should have
lots of members when the Iraq War vets start to come home and to eventually not be afraid to tell what they know. Some of
them will be slower than others to acknowledge that they've been the peons of an ungrateful government and, for the most part,
a totally biased population, except for those of us who have seen through this sham of a war from the get-go. But once the
flood gates are opened...nothing can stop them. They will be grateful for a place to be recognized and BELIEVED, John" ----A
note from Catherine
So, read the following pages and shake your head in wonderment at the caring and grateful government
that continues to hide behind falsification of so called 'intelligence' and was brazen enough to attempt to persuade the UN
Security Council, which failed. So off we went to war anyway.
Now the combat veterans know they were duped into going
off to war and wounds for egoism and greed.
Payback is hell. And it is really stupid to lie to a combat veteran who
One may choose to ignore the following facts, but that will not change the facts. The documents don't
Those who have experienced combat have a unique understanding of the phenomena of fear and impending death. Dealing
with fear in combat is an individual element in the mode and mood for survival, and, as in life, luck, good or bad. You can't
second guess a bullets path or a mortars trajectory. Most important is the will to survive in the face of real and present
danger, the skills learned by experience to make the best out of a bad situation and the ability to kill without being killed.
will to survive is coupled with the belief that an individual is on the right (correct) side of the conflict.
side spends allot of time and money on the mental preparation of it's combat soldiers. Doctrines of nationality, mostly for
those defending against invaders, is easier to comprehend rather than the justification for aggression against a non-hostile
target. While slow to respond, the defender, rather than the attacker, has the upper hand because of his knowledge of the
lay of the land and the assets necessary to survive the initial assault upon their homeland. Nationalism plays a dominant
part in survival against an aggressor's invasion. Even in our own history we have all heard the cry of "Give me liberty or
give me death". What has a defender got to lose?
Ask the Vietcong who were prepared to lose ten million or more.
the Iraqi, who have 25 million of their own population and another 25 million fellow Muslims in surrounding countries who
are obligated by the Koran to come to their aid and behead* all invaders.
Invaders, on the other hand,
are quick to find loopholes in the justification for war. Having their friends and associates, briefly known and killed can
have a great impact on the leadership viability of the combat officers success or failure to motivate and lead troops in battle,
that basic down to earth kill or be killed attitude of the combat veteran. He is forced to witness horrors not contemplated
nor even discussed prior to war. Those who live through the experience are not quick to reveal their thought processes through
which they survived. The government is counting on that reluctance not to disclose the horrors of war.
Hearing of the
prohibition to view their returning caskets gives second thoughts to combat veterans who wonder, on top of everything else
they are forced to endure, what is so damn important about not counting the caskets coming off of the planes in Dover, Delaware?
Could that be a conflict in what their fellow Americans hear with respect to casualties? The lame excuse of privacy is falling
on deaf ears when it comes right down to it. If I am giving my life for my country, I damn sure want someone to know and acknowledge
it and not be a hidden statistic by the bean counters in Washington.
For those that survive the conflict, tour after
tour because the amount of people to fill the slots is dwindling, they return to find half the population still questioning
the validity of the war in the first place. That goes for Vietnam and Iraq.
Seems similar excuses and similar ruses
were used in both instances.
The Tonkin Gulf Resolution and the War Powers Act by the current administration appear
surreal in their inception and conduct of manipulation. "Hell, if it worked once, why not dupe them again?"
Team" is alive and well.
What recourse do the combat veterans have with respect to seeking redress for the grievance
of being sent off to an unjust and illegal war? Does the fact that our Senators and Congressmen voted for the War Powers Act
on known bogus information processed through the billion dollar intelligence agencies to fit the desires of the administration
have a cause for grievance for those who suffered in battle? There still remains no justification for the preemptive attack
on Iraq in the eyes of the world community of nations.
The lame excuse that, "Well, as long as we're there, we might
as well make the best of it" makes about as much sense as saying, "Well, now that we have her clothes off, we might as well
screw her." Where did these idiots come from? Does a combat veteran have the right to drag those sorry bastards out of their
cozy DC offices and watch them swim the Potomac? George Washington said we have that Right. He said we have the Right to bear
arms and ammunition, and to use them against those who rape the Constitution. It is our duty to take back that which we have
fought and died for.
Keep your damn Purple Hearts and Bronze Stars for Valor; who are you kidding?
The United States has violated
most of the Principles of Nuremberg in the virtually unilateral attack on a sovereign nation. By what authority were our men
and women sent off to die or be maimed for life with loss of body parts in an aggressive war on a nation and people who did
not attack America?
When the CIA sent Special Forces Teams into most Mid-East Countries during the 1960's, without
the knowledge of the Pentagon, those students of Guerrilla Warfare were taught unconventional tactics using field expedient
demolition devices now being used on Americans in Iraq. We did our job quite well.
Was this part of the grand design
to educate the tribes of the Arab countries in the skills to enable them to defend themselves against an aggressor invader?
Was that the CIA's plan all along to justify our existence in the quest for oil?
And of greatest importance is the
realization that the First Phase of Guerrilla Warfare, Terror, as taught at the Special Warfare Center at Ft. Bragg, NC.,
and relayed to those in the Mid-East, is alive and well in Iraq. Phase One consists of assassination, sabotage, kidnapping,
torture and beheading, disruption of lines of communication, destroying all assets associated with the oil industry, ambushes,
placing bombs and field expedient devices for indiscriminate killing of elements of the population all to show the inability
of the folks in power to protect the citizens against the guerrilla/insurgent force. Phase One continues until the tanks roll
through the palace gates as they did in Saigon. That is Phase Five. Are we ready for the long, long haul of killing millions
for oil? Are we going to use our combat veterans to spread East into Iran and West into Syria? Is this the grand design?
Americans would react the same if some country invaded us and tried to shove their "democracy" down our throats while forcing
the mothers of those imprisoned to watch their sons being sodomized by the invaders. How American is that?
CIA Agents were posing as Military Intelligence and Military Police at Abu Ghraib, the same way they posed in Vietnam to hide
their nefarious criminal acts and blame them on a few bad apples, some of which have already been court-martialed.
can bet your sweet ass that none of the spooks from Langley will stand trial. There would be a revolt like you've never seen
How should these combat veterans feel about their dilemma? Pissed off? And what can they do about it?
can demand Congressional Action to get the facts of how and why this anti-Constitutional rush to a preemptive, aggressive
war happened in the first place.
Or they can be the point of the spear in a revolution.
The dilution of our
hard fought freedoms makes retribution much easier and more nationalistic.
Those who promoted for going to war must
be held accountable.
Those who voted for the Patriot Acts without viewing the material should be removed from office.
who voted for the War Powers Act should be required to divulge their briefings on this issue. This is the crux of them matter.
Who questioned the validity of the CIA material on WMD? Whose agenda was satisfied with this material being passed up the
chain to the White House? Had previous "intelligence" indicating the lack of WMD been received in the White House and been
All persons involved in the gathering, processing and disseminating of "intelligence" on WMD type and location
must be polygraphed. This procedure is how most got their jobs and should not be considered 'invasive'. All contacts between
White House and CIA personnel must be vetted and accounted for. There is obvious collusion in this matter and any effort to
disrupt a competent investigation of this matter should be exposed and dealt with.
Failure to remedy this situation
invites revolt and revolution. Those of us who swore to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States from all
enemies both foreign and DOMESTIC are still obligated by that oath.
The operative question remains unanswered. Why
has this matter not been resolved? How can blatant disregard for Presidential Directives issued during National Security Council
meetings remain unquestioned by cabinet level authorities and the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the United States?
not Treason In Wartime involving acts of war and war crimes not of importance to this nation that spouts human rights interests
around the world?
Tell that to the Chinese, North Koreans and Iran.
The real axis of evil starts in Washington,
John J. McCarthy February 25, 2005
Later (on February 8, 1970) in an article in the Washington Post
entitled TERMINATED AGENT MAY HAUNT U.S., Murray Marder would write: "[W]hile comparatively obscure, the McCarthy case
carries a larger potential for international complications than the celebrated Green Berets case." From Charles Morgan's
"One Man-One Voice" Chapter 12, (to be found in navigation under John McCarthy).
Note: But what did Murray Marder know in 1970 that the rest of the world were only to find out in 2000 thanks to the
Internet? Did the Washington Post spike the story way back then, too?
* A note of information about beheading:
The classical Muslim jurist al-Mawardi (a Shafi'ite
jurist, d. 1058) from Baghdad was a siminal, prolific scholar who lived during the so-called Islamic "Golden Age" of the Abbasid-Baghdadian
Caliphate. He wrote the following, based on widely accepted interpretations of the Qur'an and Sunna (i.e., the recorded words
and deed of Muhammad), regarding infidel prisoners of jihad campaigns:
"As for the captives, the amir (ruler) has the
choice of taking the most beneficial action of four possibilities: the first to put them to death by cutting their necks;
the second, to enslave them and apply the laws of slavery regarding their sale and manumission; the third, to ransom them
in exchange for the goods or prisoners; and fourth, to show favor to them and pardon them. Allah, may he be exalted, says,
'When you encounter those (infidels) who deny (the Truth=Islam) then strike their necks' (Qur'an sura 47, verse 4)"....Abu'l-Hasan
al-Mawardi, al-Ahkam as-Sultaniyyah." The Laws of Islamic Governance, trans. by Dr. Asadullah Yate, (London), Ta-Ha Publishers
Ltd., 1996, p. 192. Emphasis added.
Indeed such odious "rules" were iterated by all four classical schools of Islamic
jurisprudence, across the vast Muslim empire.
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