"Actually, it's quite fun to fight them. You know,
it's a hell of a hoot ... I like brawling. You go into Afghanistan, you got
guys who slap women around for five years because they didn't wear a burka. You
know, guys like that ain't got no manhood left anyway. So it's a hell of a lot
of fun to shoot them." - Lt. Gen. James Mattis, Supreme Allied Commander
Transformation (SACT) "The Army pounds it into your
head until it is instinct: Kill everybody, kill everybody. And you do. Then
they just think you can just come home and turn it off."- Kenneth Eastridge,
10 years for accessory to
the Pentagon have
a long history of
It is very difficult for
a person to kill another
People have to be
manipulated into murder.
It is much
easier to get a crowd to commit horrific acts than an
During World War II, when left to their own devices,
only 15-20% of individual
riflemen would fire their weapon at an exposed enemy soldier
"Despite all the killing we've done,
the human mind is not designed
to kill. We get sick when we kill. Killing is against
our nature." -
This was blamed primarily upon training practice shooting
at a bull's-eye.
Bull's-eyes don't appear on the battlefield but a
human silhouette does.
In Vietnam 95% of the riflemen fired at
an exposed human silhouette.
Marine Corps uses a modified version of
the first individual video action game Doom (known as Marine Doom) as a
training device, along with the traditional live ammunition range targets as a
means of normalizing killing among soldiers.
This has been so
successful that the Marine Corps Combat and Development Command in
Quantico, Virginia evaluated more than thirty commercially available electronic
games for their potential use as miltary training tools.
military has acknowledged for decades the success of using human likeness
targets to enhance killing ability.
Is the effect of similar video
games the same on kids?
With this in mind,
the rise of school
shootings should come as no surprise.
centralized outlets offer
News services for
daily newspapers throughout
America are provided by the Associated
Press, New York
Times, Los Angeles Times and Washington Post wire services,
and several foreign wire services like Reuters.
The ideological viewpoint
of these 'news' conduits are always corporate.
Viewers of films,
readers of prose that implies violence
often look upon their fellow men
Psychiatrist Robert Coles
writes that children in some parts
of America are more frightened than children in
A generation brought up on fear is
willing to back the commision of
immoral acts in order to protect themselves from imagined
nuclear weapons industry financed The Day After,
a nuclear doomsday
television movie, to get Ronald Reagan on board
The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) was a proposed
missile defense system intended to protect the US from attack by ballistic
strategic nuclear weapons (intercontinental ballistic
and submarine-launched ballistic missiles).
The SDI, combining
ground-based units and orbital deployment platforms, was first
publicly announced by Ronald Reagan
on March 23, 1983.
Physicist Hans Bethe
and Edward Teller, associates on the atomic and
hydrogen bomb at
Los Alamos, claim a laser defense
shield is unfeasible.
June 28, 1985, David Lorge Parnas resigns from
SDIO Panel on Computing in Support of Battle Management, arguing in
eight papers software for the Strategic Defense Initiative could never
be made trustworthy.
Implimentation of the Strategic Defense
Initiative would have broken two international treaties:
Outer Space Treaty of 1967, entered into force on 10 October 1967,
requires "States Parties to the Treaty undertake not to place in orbit around
the Earth any objects carrying nuclear
weapons or any other kinds of weapons of
mass destruction, install such weapons on celestial bodies, or station such
weapons in outer space in any other manner."
Non-Proliferation Treaty, entered into force in 1970, requires "Each of the
Parties to the Treaty undertakes to pursue negotiations in good faith on
effective measures relating to cessation of the nuclear arms race at an early
date and to nuclear disarmament, and on a treaty on general and complete
disarmament under strict and effective international control."
Programmed fear generated
by the television movie The Day After was the impetus that allowed
the marketing of the Strategic Defense Initiative.
of 911 took note when mentioned that it would take another
"Pearl Harbor" to get America onboard with
Upon America's entry into
World War II,
Talmudwood film makers,
John Huston, John Ford, Howard Hawks, and Frank Capra, were hired by the US
government to make propaganda films for home and abroad.
three of Alfred Hitchcock's classics Foreign Correspondent,
Saboteur, and Lifeboat were made as propaganda films.
After the World War II, Alfred Hitchcock directed two short
documentaries in England, filmed in French and shown in France after the
Akira Kurosawa did the same for Japan with his film The
Laurence Olivier was a major Talmudwood presence
when he made the propaganda films while enlisted, That Hamilton Woman,
49th Parallel, and The Demi-Paradise.
That Hamilton Woman
was made to gather pro-British support from the
American people and was the
favorite film of Winston
1942 Alec Guinness, an
accomplished actor and enlisted man was given special leave to make his New
York stage debut in a propaganda play.
Alec Guinness had roles in
Oliver Twist, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Lawrence of
Arabia, Dr. Zhivago and as
Obi-Wan "Ben" Kenobi.
In the 1940's, John
F. Kennedy hung out with Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, Lana Turner, Gary
Cooper, Walter Huston, Sonja Hennie, Gene Tierney, Peggy Cummins, and Sam
John F. Kennedy's father, Joseph P. Kennedy, a confidant of
FDR and a friend of
Churchill, made his fortune
importing liquor during prohibition.
Jimmy Stewart flew 20 missions
over Germany as a bomber pilot.
Jimmy Stewart retired from the
Air Force Reserves as a brigadier general.
Lee Marvin is buried at
Arlington National Cemetery alongside some of the highest ranking soldiers in
the history of the American armed forces.
Lee Marvin's career spanned
more than forty
years and included The Wild One, The Killers, The Dirty
Dozen, The Iceman Cometh, The Big Red One, Gorky Park,
and Delta Force.
Lee Marvin was awarded
a Purple Heart for being shot in the
1946 Neville Brand the 4th most
decorated soldier of WWII had roles in the television show Combat and
the movies, Stalag 17, Birdman of Alcatraz, That Darn
Cat!, and Tora! Tora! Tora!.
Audie L. Murphy, the most
decorated American combat soldier of WWII, is plagued by
post traumatic stress
Audie L. Murphy received thirty three awards for valor
and the Medal of Honor, plus 5 decorations presented to him by France and
His first wife, Wanda Hendrix often talked of his struggle
with complex post traumatic stress disorder, claiming he had at one time held
her at gun point.
During the mid-1960s he became dependent on doctor
prescribed sleeping pills called Placidyl® (Ethchlorvynol) developed by
Pfizer in the
Ethchlorvynol is habit forming and
extremely physically addictive (lethal withdrawal
resembling delirium tremens and
Audie L. Murphy movies include Battle at Bloody
Beach, The Quiet American, To Hell and Back and Beyond
received the Victory Medal in the Pacific in World War II.
James Doohan (Scotty) landed in
Normandy with the US Army on D-Day.
RAF pilot Donald Pleasance was shot
down and held prisoner by Germans.
David Niven was a Royal Military
Academy Sandhurst graduate and Lt. Colonel of the British Commandos in
Clark Gable, assigned to the UK at RAF Polebrook with the
351st Bomb Group, flew five combat missions, including one to Germany, as an
observer-gunner in B-17 Flying Fortresses between May 4 and September 23, 1943,
earning the Air Medal and the Distinguished Flying Cross for his
Heston served for two years as a B-25 radio operator and gunner stationed
in the Alaskan Aleutian Islands with the Eleventh Air Force.
Hits Empire State Building
Ernest Borgnine was a US
Navy Gunners Mate.
Charles Durning was a US Army Ranger at Normandy
earning a Silver Star and awarded the Purple Heart.
Charles Bronson was
a B-29 tail gunner in the Army Air Corps in the 20th Air Force out of Guam,
Tinian, and Saipan.
George C. Scott of the US Marine Corps was assigned
to the prestigious 8th and I Barracks in Washington, DC.
Acres), a lieutenant in the US Coast Guard in the Pacific, was awarded a
Bronze Star for his actions during the Battle of Tarawa in the Pacific
Brian Keith served as a US Marine rear gunner in
several actions against the Japanese on Rabal in the Pacific.
Russell was a second lieutenant assigned to the 6th Marine Regiment at
Guadalcanal where he served as an assistant intelligence officer.
Robert Ryan was in the United States Marine Corps serving as a drill
instructor at Camp Pendleton, in San Diego, California.
was a second lieutenant in the USMC who flew cargo and wounded Marines during
the Battle of Iwo Jima and the Battle of Okinawa.
1947 Robert Montgomery headed the Hollywood Republican
Committee to elect Thomas Dewey president and, in the 1960s, served as a
communication consultant to John
D. Rockefeller, III.
A speech writer and advisor to
Dwight Eisenhower he was
appointed as a special
consultant to the president on television and
Robert Montgomery was best known for the movies
Riptide, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Here Comes Mr. Jordan,
They Were Expendable, The Gallant Hours.
1950 Experiment Alcatraz suggests
convicts take part
1953 Cecil B. DeMille,
Paramount Studios, was appointed as a special consultant to the government on
Cecil B. DeMille recognized intonation and nuance -
the right line, aside, inflection, or
eyebrow movement -
created the desired
Cecil B. DeMille told
Charles Douglas Jackson,
Committee of International Information Activities, "anytime I could give
him [Luigi Luraschi, a longtime senior executive at Paramount
Studios] a simple problem for a country or an area, he would find a way of
dealing with it in a movie."
1956 Joint Chiefs of
Staff meet with John Ford, John Wayne, and Merian Cooper, to discuss how to
promulgate the concept of
They agreed to produce films "explaining conditions under
communism and explaining the
principles upon which the
'free world way of life' is based".
1963 Kirk Douglas is a
Goodwill Ambassador for
1,100 titles received Pentagon backing
900 of them since 2005,
from 'Flight 93' to 'Ice Road
Truckers' and 'Army Wives'
The Pentagon has always understood the
value of war
"Military depictions have
become an advertisement for us." - Pentagon
1986 Upon the release of Top Gun, the American navy set
up recruiting booths in theaters where the film was being shown to capitalize
on the pro-military fervor the film encapsulated.
Due to the enormous
expense of military equipment, it makes financial sense for a film maker to get
However, this often entails the altering of
scripts to fit the desires of the Pentagon - military and government personnel
are depicted in more positive and heroic ways, 'American' ideologies are
reinforced and not criticized.
Goldeneye Original script had a American navy admiral betraying
but this was changed to make the traitor French.
1997 The Jackal received help after the marines were
given a better role.
Major Nancy LaLuntas had objected that the
helicopter pilots had no "integral part in the action they are
effectively taxi drivers."
"I am certain we can address points that you
raised and effect the appropriate changes in the screenplay as requested." -
Coöperation had been given to the production of
Top Gun after the character portrayed by Kelly
McGillis had been changed from an enlisted individual to someone outside
the military, as relationships between officers and enlisted personnel are
against the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
The film makers of
Hearts in Atlantis include a shot of an army recruiting booth in a
carnival scene in exchange for permission to film on military base.
Despite having made changes to characters in Independence Day,
the DoD refused help because, "the military appears impotent and/or inept; all
advances in stopping alien invaders are the result of actions by civilians."
Movies that receive assistance show the Pentagon in a glorious mythic
They include: Air Force
One, A Few Good Men, Armageddon, The Hunt for
Red October, Pearl Harbor, Patriot
Games, Windtalkers, Hamburger
Hill, The American President, Behind Enemy
Lines, Apollo 13, Tomorrow
Never Dies, and A Time to
Movies that were denied assistance from the Pentagon
portray the reality of war and include Apocalypse
Now, Catch-22, Dr. Strangelove, Full Metal
Jacket, The Last
Star, Platoon, and The Thin Red
1999 Army signs a five-year, $45
million deal with the University of Southern California, chosen because of its
close proximity to Talmudwood, to have the school's movie, special-effects and
other technology experts help with troop training, including battle scenarios,
virtual reality combat, and large-scale simulations creating settings similar
to Operation Desert Storm.
February 2000 Dutch
newspaper Trouw and France's Intelligence Newsletter notes the
Army's Fourth Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) Group at Ft. Bragg, NC, is
working within CNN's Atlanta
headquarters during the end of the 1999 Kosovo war
witnessing here today is perhaps not only the announcement of a new sort of
technological center, but the creation of a
military-industrial-media-entertainment complex." - James Der Derian, Brown
2002 'Reality' television series are
produced to entice young men to emlist to go and fight in
CBS: American Fighter Pilots,
follows three men as
they train to fly F-15s,
executive producers Tony Scott (director of Top Gun) and Ridley Scott (director
of Black Hawk Down).
from the Front Line executive produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (Black Hawk
Down) and Bertram van Munster (The Amazing Race) follows soldiers as they take
part in the invasion of Afghanistan during 2002.
"From the F-16 to the
F-117 A, the MIA2 tank to the Bradley armored vehicle, the Aegis cruiser to the
latest nuclear aircraft carrier, the video game version arrives on the shelves
as soon as the weapon system first appears.
A Pentium chip and a
joy-stick will get you into the Comanche helicopter, the F-22, and the newest
Seawolf SSN-21 submarine." - James Der Derian
1931 Navy purchases the first aircraft simulator from Edward
1932 Amusement parks have bought close to
fifty Link Trainers.
1980 Army asks Atari to
create a special version of the game Battle Zone as a training tool for
drivers of the Bradley Fighting Vehicle.
1994 The Marine Corps appropriates the video game
Usually the technology transfer goes in the other
direction, with military applications leading the way in research and
development, from the earliest incarnations of the computer in simulation
projects like "Whirlwind" at MIT's Servomechanisms Laboratory during World War
II, to "SAGE," the first centralized air defense system of the
1997 MAK Technologies wins a DoD contract to make Marine
Exed Unit 2000, an amphibious assault game intended for both military and
Every year, the US government hosts the
Connections Conference, which is intended to unite members of the DoD
and video game makers.
Attendees include personnel of the Defense
Intelligence Agency and game companies like GT Interactive.
agendas have included such topics as 'Wargaming Design Fundamentals' and
'DoD Wargaming 101'.
1998 J.W. "Wild
Bill" Stealy, the chairman of Interactive Magic, a North Carolina
software incorporation, is an Air Force Academy graduate and retired Air
His incorporation produced Carrier Strike
Fighter, a flight and combat simulator of the iF/A-18E, a fighter jet that
had yet to be put into general operation.
Col. Kenneth "Crash" Konwin, head of the Defense Modeling and Simulation
Office, and Larry Tuch, a writer and designer with Paramount Digital
Entertainment detail how their organizations adapted Talmudwood multimedia
technology and blockbuster movie storytelling skills to create realistic
simulations that teach military officers how to make better decisions during
"Through many decades of
wars, the US military has honed its training skills, learning to take a
civilized human being and turn him into a killer.
A traditional way of doing this was to motivate
the soldier to hate the enemy.
After World War II, this approach was shaken by the Army's official
World War II historian, Samuel Marshall, who in 1947 upset the entire military
establishment with a slim book called "Men Against Fire: The Problem of
Battle Command in Future War."
Marshall claimed in World War
II, at best one in four combat soldiers ever fired their weapon at the enemy,
and combat units used only about 15% of the available firepower.
Discussing this with two veteran friends the one who had not been in
combat found the report hard to believe, but the other, who had served in the
infantry in Europe, said, "I had a machine gun. I never fired the
"Why not?" the other asked. "If you fired it, they'd shoot back
the military challenged
Marshall's findings yet military training became focused on how to improve
the "ratio of fire."
Starting with the
Vietnam War, the ratio
of fire increased through training techniques that involve simulated combat -
soldier act without thinking.
Soldiers often commit acts
they regret and are uncertain about justification.
a confused American soldier in
Iraq said he was not sure why he intentionally ran over a woman and killed her;
his only explanation was he had been
trained to respond that way
in that situation." - Mark Kurlansky
American people are
capable of determining their own ideals for heroes, and they don't need to be
told elaborate lies.
I had the good fortune to come home and to tell
the truth." - Jessica Lynch
Jessica Dawn Lynch never fired a shot.
Her rifle jammed with
broken back makes it a little hard to fight.
She was not shot or
stabbed as pundits claimed.
The "daring" rescue was a
carefully planned and
A stunning example of myth
creation by Pentagon media
A foundation upon which
to base the need for future campaign of aggression.
Can a Marine
take on the mantle of benevolent overseer?
Where there is
atrocities are inevitable.
It happened in
Vietnam War; it is happening in
The problem is
exacerbated in an alien culture with overextended tours.
Being constantly on guard against ambush but not
being able to respond as a trained warrior with decisive force develops
It does not take a
psychiatrist to deduce that men and women break.
The facile imagery of goodness confronting evil in a
fair contest with a good outcome exists only on movie screens, not in the
"Moral hazard" is a
term commonly applied to financial contracts, under which
one party is obliged to pay
another money if a specified event occurs.
Moral hazard refers
to situations in which the existence of a contract
alters the behavior of one
party increasing the
probability of the event occurrence or
the size of monetary payoff
based on that event, or both.
If the cost of war is shifted to
empowered elites declare war;
decide how it is
who gets to die;
newly empowered elite is more likely to embrace war;
spend the entire wealth of their
nation on it.
Very few offspring of the
policy-making elite in
Washington served in the armed forces and faced the bodily risk of war." -
Uwe E. Reinhardt
Tillman dies on the battefield in
medical examiner performing the autopsy states:
"The medical evidence
does not match the scenario described."
He notifies Army Human
Resources Command and is rebuffed.
He asks Army Criminal
Investigation to open a criminal investigation.
No enemy forces were engaged;
close proximity of the
three bullet holes in forehead;
key witness three-star general
couldn't recall details;
no evidence at all of enemy fire found at
the scene of death;
internal friendly-fire investigation resulted in
Army attorneys sent congratulatory e-mails
for keeping investigators at bay;
Pentagon used the
player to sell a war of agression;
Spc. Bryan O'Neal testified Army
Ranger Patrick Daniel Tillman was shot three times in the head by a US Navy
Mark 12 Mod X Special Purpose Rifle from approximately 10 yards away by a
member of his platoon - fratricide.
Tillman, Lynch Incidents: Jessica Lynch
Army ordered me not to tell truth about Tillman
Tillman's autopsy raised doctors' suspicions
Pat Tillman's family clarifies his legacy
America has over 1.4 million men and women in uniform.
are stationed in Germany.
40,000 troops are stationed in Japan.
160,000 troops are stationed in Iraq.
500,000 standing troops
to protect resources critical to
2006 Army bans
privately purchased body armor even though independent testing confirms that
the American militaries claim that out-of-the-loop competitors body armor is
not as good as governmnet issue was false, in fact the out-of-the-loop
competitors body armor is better!
Ryan Kelly, 25, is billed $2,231 by
the military after spending nearly half a year fighting and
losing a leg.
"It hits you in the gut. Its like
thanks for the service
and now you owe us." - Ryan Kelly
Over 200,000 veterans of the
Afghanistan and Iraq wars have been treated at Veterans Administration
Over 66,000 have been treated for
depression and substance
At some Veterans Administration medical facilities it
can take several months to be
seen by a doctor for mental
The Veterans Benefits Administration has a
backlog of 400,000 pending claims causing veterans to wait from 6 months to 2
years to receive benefits they are entitled to by law.
It is likely the
cost of providing benefits for the returning Afghanistan and Iraq war veterans
will cost between $300 billion to $600 billion.
Jay Platt developed Von
Hippel-Landau disease while serving as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan.
The trigger for Jay Platt was solvents used to clean weapons.
Discharged with no medical benefits.
"You could be in the
military and a six-pack-a-day smoker, and come down with emphysema, 'That's OK.
We've got you covered,' but NOT if you happen to have a disease where there is
an identified genetic contribution." - Kathy Hudson, director Genetics and Public Policy Center at Johns
"The war on
terrorism has provided a convenient excuse to
discourse and the release of information on
government operations. Those who stand to lose the most from this policy
are the service members it was ostensibly designed to protect." - Maj.
Erik's sister, Betsy, is married to Amway
billionaire Dick DeVos.
Prince's subscribes to the religious philosophy of
Betsy DeVos was chosen by
Donald Trump to be
Xe Services LLC
"Privatizing security has lined the
pockets of war profiteers and
further undermined our
power as American citizens, to hold our government accountable. Democratic
states, not profit
seeking corporations, should control the use of force." - Ben
"Killing is a drug to me and has been ever since the first
At first, it was weird
and felt wrong, but later it feels so natural.
It feels like
I could do this for the rest of my
life and it makes me happy.
It hurts me that I cannot go back to war and kill again.
stick my blade through his stomach or his ribs or slice his throat it's a
feeling that I cannot explain, but it feels so good to me.
addicted acting out of hate against the rag heads that hurt
Terrorists have nowhere to hide because there are hundreds of
thousands of soldiers like me who feel like me and want their revenge as well."
- CJ Whittington, Infantry Squad Leader, Iraq Oct 2005 to June
"During a visit to the West Los Angeles VA Healthcare Center I
met with female veterans and their
dropped when doctors told me that
41% of female veterans seen in
the clinic say they were victims of sexual assault while in the military.
29% report being raped during their military service." - Represenative
Jane Harman, chair of House Homeland Security intelligence subcommittee
"When five centuries of
Portuguese rule in Angola ended the country's three nationalist factions were
to form a coalition.
That plan soon collapsed into warfare, with the
leftist Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) fighting the
right-wing allied Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) and
National Liberation Front of Angola (FNLA) forces.
The Soviet Union and
Cuba supported the MPLA.
Washington backed the FNLA - also receiving
Chinese aid - and UNITA.
CIA began its
Angolan operation with the directive to harass Soviet efforts and "prevent an
easy victory by communist-backed forces."
CIA efforts to help the FNLA
and UNITA soon ran into problems as both factions' forces were less than
adequate so mercenaries
Erik Prince inherits control of Edgar D. Prince's, his
father, automotive parts supply business to manufactures, Prince
Edgar Prince, an engineer-developer-industrialist, became
very wealthy in an industry not known for its high degree of profitability.
Edgar's father was Peter Prince, a produce supplier, which supplied
stores in the western Michigan area, including Holland and Grand Rapids,
Around the time of Edgar's death, the Prince family sold part
of the automotive business
for $1.35 billion.
1996 Blackwater is founded as
a private military training camp "to
fulfill the anticipated demand
for government outsourcing."
Blackwater contacts run from deep inside the military and intelligence
agencies to the upper echelons of the
MPLA and Unita sign a
ceasefire in Luanda to end the 27-year conflict.
According to Jane's
Intelligence Review, wide-scale warfare is being replaced by what it calls
LIC - low-intensity conflict.
Jane's Intelligence Review goes on
to suggest that, as the nature of war has changed, "into this gap in
society that the private security firm has stepped."
Intelligence Review points out that in 1997, during the chaotic fighting in
Central Africa, a number
of security firms were hired by the United Nations "to
support (for convoy and refugee protection) to peacekeeping or
international relief operations."
There are several major players now in
this privatization of warfare.
One of the
best-known is Executive Outcomes of
early 1990s, the firm was hired by Angola's MPLA government to protect the
nation's oil-producing region from attacks by UNITA forces." - Bruce
2005 Colonel Ted Westhunsing, a military
ethicist, complained that a private security company, the civilian contractor
USIS, in Iraq was committing
The official narrative is that
Colonel Ted Westhunsing could not handle the fact that USIS was making a profit
off the war so he committed suicide.
Colonel Ted Westhunsing, the
highest ranking officer to die in Iraq, died at the USIS camp with a single
bullet to his head.
He never mentioned to family or friends that the
corruption in Iraq he had found sullied the militaries honor so much that he
was forced to kill himself.
Strange how fear took over Colonel Ted
Westhunsing's life once he had made allegations of
'contractors' in Iraq of which 48,000 are 'secruity'.
'Security', an undeclared expansion of the scope of the Iraqi
occupation, operates with almost no oversight or effective legal
deaths go uncounted in official death tabulations.
Police raid the
home of Robert Ferro, a retired Army Special Forces officer, in Upland,
California and find over 1,571 weapons including assault weapons,
automatic rifles and explosive devices.
Robert Ferro claims that the
weapons had been provided by
government to free Cuba from Fidel Castro.
August 3, 2009
"Slaughtering human beings with high
tech, flesh shredding machinery should not make anyone insane.
was those massively extravagant disability payments that led to all the
Those guys were led to
expect that they
might have problems so, voila they developed problems.
We do not want
this same thing happening to our new crop of 'temporarily' stressed out
They should just suck it up and forget all those memories of
terror."- Eric Prince
A former Blackwater employee and an ex-US Marine who has worked as
a security operative for the company makes a series of explosive allegations in
sworn statements filed in federal court in Virginia.
Two men claim that
the company's owner, Erik Prince, may have
facilitated the murder of
individuals cooperating with federal
A former employee alleges Prince "views himself as a
Zionist Christian crusader
tasked with eliminating Muslims and Islamic faith from the globe," and that
Prince's companies "encouraged and rewarded the destruction of Iraqi life." -
Blackwater Founder Moves to Abu Dhabi
Blackwater's top deputies indicted on federal
Secret Desert Force Set Up by Blackwater's
"Blackwater has secured status as the
elite global Praetorian
With the largest private military base on Earth , a fleet of
aircraft including helicopter gunships, surveillance blimps, airstrips and
Blackwater's seven-thousand-acre facility in Moyock,
N.C., was the most sophisticated private military center on the
The company possesses one of the world's larget privately held
stockpiles of heavy-duty weaponry.
a major training center
for federal and local security and military forces in the US, as well as
foreign forces and private individuals.
Blackwater officials say they
have been training about 35,000
enforcement" and military
personnel a year." - Jeremy Scahill
"This war in Iraq was never
intended to be fully manned by our armed forces; rather it was to be
a cash cow for
There are more than 160,000 contractors in Iraq, many
making in excess of $100,000 a year."- Leonard A. Zivitz
war is a racket
War is still 'a racket'.
Possibly the oldest, easily
the most profitable, surely the most vicious.
The only one in which
profits are reckoned in dollars and losses in lives.
A racket is best
described as something that
is not what it seems.
small "inside" group knows
what it is about.
It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at
the expense of the many.
In the World War a mere handful garner the
profits of the conflict.
Thousands of new millionaires and
made in the US.
Many admitted their
huge blood gains in their
many war millionaires falsified their tax returns?
How many of them dug a trench?
How many spent nights ducking shells, shrapnel and
machine gun bullets?
many of them parried a bayonet thrust of an enemy?
How many of them
were wounded or killed in battle?
Three steps must be
taken to smash the war racket:
Take the profit out of
the warrior body decide when war is necessary;
forces to home defense purposes.
The chief aim of any
power of disarmament conferences has not been to achieve disarmament to prevent
war but rather to get more armament.
Professional soldiers and
sailors don't want to disarm.
No admiral wants to be without a
No general wants
to be without a command.
They cannot be for limitations of
Lurking in the background are sinister agents of those who
profit by war.
Ships will continue to be built, for the shipbuilders
Soldiers must wear uniforms, for the
Guns will be manufactured, powder and
There is only one way to disarm with any semblance of
All nations must get together and scrap every ship,
every gun, every rifle, every tank, every war plane. " - Major General
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author feels that the falsification of reality outside personal experience has
forged a populace unable to discern propaganda from
reality and that this has been done purposefully by an international
corporate cartel through their agents who wish to foist a corrupt version of
reality on the human race. Religious intolerance occurs
when any group refuses to tolerate religious practices, religious beliefs or
persons due to their religious ideology. This web site marks the founding of a
system of philosophy named The Truth of the Way of the Lumière Infinie -
a rational gnostic mystery religion based on reason which requires no leap of
faith, accepts no tithes, has no supreme leader, no church buildings and in
which each and every individual is encouraged to develop a personal relation
with the Creator and Sustainer through the pursuit of the knowledge of reality
in the hope of curing the spiritual corruption that has enveloped the human
spirit. The tenets of The Truth of the Way of the Lumière Infinie are
spelled out in detail on this web site by the author. Violent acts against
individuals due to their religious beliefs in America is considered a "hate
This web site in no way condones violence. To the contrary the
intent here is to reduce the violence that is already occurring due to the
international corporate cartels desire to control the human race. The
international corporate cartel already controls the world economic system,
corporate media worldwide, the global industrial military entertainment complex
and is responsible for the collapse of morals, the elevation of
self-centered behavior and the destruction
of global ecosystems. Civilization is based on coöperation.
Coöperation does not occur at the
point of a gun.
American social mores and values have declined
precipitously over the last century as the corrupt international cartel has
garnered more and more power. This power rests in the ability to deceive the
populace in general through corporate media by pressing emotional buttons which
have been preprogrammed into the population through prior mass media
psychological operations. The results have been the destruction of the family
and the destruction of social structures that do not adhere to the corrupt
international elites vision of a perfect world. Through distraction and
coercion the direction of thought of the bulk of the population has been
directed toward solutions proposed by the corrupt international elite that
further consolidates their power and which further their purposes.
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individual human men and women that, through their writings, showed the
capacity for intelligent, reasonable, rational, insightful and unpopular
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re-corrected as nearly all opinion and thought has been throughout time but has
been done so in the spirit of the original writer with the intent of making his
or her thoughts and opinions clearer and relevant to the reader in the present
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