Lets not make it so easy for them. What in the world are we doing, allowing all this to happen. The fellow from Yemeni said it very well. Their childrens blood is no less precious than our childrens blood, and they have done absolutely nothing to us, so why? Why are we allowing this? I have only one answer.
We have an ally with a long history of this kind of brutality and they now man key positions in our government, military, intel, banks, corporations etc etc. Its beginning to show since their tactics they use on their enemies are being used to empire build and land grab for the natural mineral and resources of poor countries who cannot fight back.
We must tell our congress, no more wars for Israel using America. Let Israel fight her own empire building wars, or let Rothschild hire a mercenary army since he is a trillionaire and can afford to privately fight wars. Its time we put our foot down and demanded all soldiers home and all wars for bankers profits are to cease. Notice how none of their children are fighting in those wars? Just like Viet Nam. This farce must end.
This below talks about our military men who rape and brutalize others in our military, but no mention of the experiments for drug companies on psychotropic drugs which cause violence and brutality in the patient taking them, and these are given to our men with no warning, testing or disclosure, and they end up like animals, strickly due to the drug.
Since the MSM Is reporting on this, it must be with the approval of our foreign occupiers, the khazar Zionist bankers..... so why are they disclosing this to us? AAH, I get it, its to DRIVE A WEDGE BETWEEN THE CIVILIAN POPULATION AND THE MILITARY. They cannot take the civilians down without the military and the civilians believe and support our military and count on them to protect us. But this below is painting an entirely different picture and sowing distrust and fear between our civilians and their military, "United We stand, Divided we fall", is the objective here, I believe, but I could be wrong.
CONSIDER THIS A WARNING FROM US HERE AT VATIC PROJECT, TO USE DISCERNMENT IN READING THIS. I do not trust our MSM one bit, so anything they do has an agenda that we are not told about AND IS SET BY THEIR ROTHSCHILD KHAZAR ZIONIST BANKER OWNERS. Keep that in mind and decide later after reading it all. Now back to the article......
What about the introduction of Satanism OFFICIALLY in the military? We did a blog and published the military official sanction of the practice of satanism in the military. Part of that practice is the sacrifices to satan of others innocence regarding such evil actions. Why isn't that mentioned in that article?
Oh, thats right, the MSM is owned by those who are doing all this to our soldiers resulting in other soldiers being harmed. There is a lot he covers in this below. I will stop my commentary to let you read and decide for yourselves. BUT LET ME REITERATE MY WARNING. Be clever as Serpents and wise as doves..... when reading this.
The deception by these sons of cain is brilliant and totally pschopathic. JFK was right when he warned us about them when he said "THEY ARE RUTHLESS AND BRUTAL". Keep those words in mind. After reading this I feel certain you will see the deep need to purge these KHAZAR ZIONISTS BANKERS out of our government for good and send them to their preferred country of Israel, and stop the destruction of our children into psychos like themselves. Who and how will we be able to recover our children from these actions by these evil satanists, so they can return to society as productive and sane citizens??
The Prosecution of Bush, Obama, and the Neocons/Neolibs for Murder, Torture, and Sodomy
by Jonas E. Alexis, Veterans Today, 12/31/2013
[ Editors Note: Another fabulous piece here from Jonas, and his usually huge amount of research and citations. It has been great having him here and we look forward to another great year of article from our man in Korea... Jim W. Dean
“from June 2004 through mid-September 2012, available data indicate that drone strikes killed 2,562 – 3,325 people in Pakistan, of whom 474 – 881 were civilians, including 176 children…these strikes also injured an additional 1,228 – 1,362 individuals.”
The report continued, “Before this [the people] were all very happy. But after these drones attacks a lot of people are victims and have lost members of their family. A lot of them, they have mental illnesses.”
Therefore, “real threats to U.S. security and to Pakistani civilians exist in the Pakistani border areas now targeted by drones.” In 2009, drone strikes in al-Majala in Southern Yemen took the lives of 14 women and 21 children.
Just a few days after the Newtown incident, the U.S. military dropped drones in Yemen and killed 11 civilians, including women and children. The Yemenis, of course, were frustrated. One Yemeni responded,
“Our entire village is angry at the government and the Americans. If the Americans are responsible, I would have no choice but to sympathize with al-Qaeda because al-Qaeda is fighting America.”Another individual who was wounded from the drones declared, “If we are ignored and neglected, I would try to take my revenge. I would even hijack an army pickup, drive it back to my village and hold the soldiers in it hostages. I would fight along al-Qaeda’s side against whoever was behind this attack.”
The U.S. has done the same thing in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Even people like former U.S. General Stanley McChrystal were having second thoughts about drones. And those politicians who brazenly declare that drones work have actually never been in the battlefield to see what is actually taking place.
One U.S. drone pilot, Brandon Bryant, who quit his military career in 2012 because of too many civilian killings, lamented,
“I saw men, women and children die during that time. I never thought I would kill that many people. In fact, I thought I couldn’t kill anyone at all.”He continued to say, “I felt disconnected from humanity for almost a week.” Heather Linebaugh, who served in the U.S. Air Force and worked on the drone program, writes:
“Whenever I read comments by politicians defending [drones], I wish I could ask them some questions. I’d start with: ‘How many women and children have you seen incinerated by a Hellfire missile?’ And: ‘How many men have you seen crawl across a field, trying to make it to the nearest compound for help while bleeding out from severed legs?’” (VN: we should never ignore such horror and murder as this is. Not ever or we are as bad as those running our government and deserve what ever happens to us for doing so.)
A few days ago, the New York Times declared that “In some respects, the drone strike in Yemen last week resembled so many others from recent years: A hail of missiles slammed into a convoy of trucks on a remote desert road, killing at least 12 people. But this time the trucks were part of a wedding procession, making the customary journey from the groom’s house to the house of the bride.”
No coincidence here. In fact, the U.S. has actually bombed at least eight wedding ceremonies since 2011.
But take a microphone and randomly start interviewing people about those incidents. Do you think the vast majority of them will know? Or do you think the media really wants them to know? As journalist Tom Engelhardt argues,
“And were a wedding party to be obliterated on a highway anywhere in America on the way to, say, a rehearsal dinner, whatever the cause, it would be a 24/7 tragedy. Our lives would be filled with news of it. Count on that.”
Now let us move Engelhardt’s argument to the next level. Let us say that Mr. Obama’s precious children were having some barbecue on their backyard and then an explosive went off (God forbid), which eventually caused severe damages to those precious children.
How would the president and our beloved first lady react? How would America in general feel? Would not the country go into universal mourning? Would not the president pursue further investigation? Would he not do everything in his power to go after the culprits?
We all know what he would do. Right after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Obama delivered a message saying,
“These tragedies must end and to end them we must change. The majority of those who died today were children—beautiful little kids between the ages of 5 and 10 years old. They had their entire lives ahead of them—birthdays, graduations, weddings, kids of their own. Among the fallen were also teachers — men and women who devoted their lives to helping our children fulfill their dreams.”
Shortly thereafter, One Yemeni blogger by the name of Noon Arabia declared,
“Our children’s blood is not cheaper than American blood and the pain of losing them is just as devastating. Our children matter too, Mr. President! These tragedies ‘also’ must end and to end them ‘YOU’ must change.”