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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The Truth About Nixon and Kissinger and Ending the War in Vietnam; Politics teaches us lessons

In a speech in the U.S. House of Representatives on May 26, 1994, Congressman Pete Stark observed,

    Mr. Speaker, I speak today about the murderous actions of the late former President Richard Nixon and his national security advisor Henry Kissinger in the early 1970's.

    The Nixon administration, elected with a pledge of having a secret plan to end the Vietnam War, took credit in the 1972 elections for the withdrawal from Vietnam and the wind down of the war. The just-published HALDEMAN DIARIES, however, reveal that the withdrawal was delayed for raw, gross political reasons--to look better in the 1972 elections. . . .

    Each day that we delayed our withdrawal, American servicemen died needlessly. Kissinger advised against early withdrawal for election reasons in December of 1970. According to Department of Defense statistics, 2,412 men died in 1971, another 767 in 1972, and 65 more in 1973. In total, 3,244 men died while the withdrawal was delayed for the purposes of ensuring the re-election of Richard Nixon and the sinecure of Henry Kissinger.

    One hundred and forty slabs of stone carry the names of 58,191 dead servicemen at the Vietnam Memorial. If Nixon and Kissinger had considered the lives of their fellow Americans instead of their own political victories, 7 stones would not have been needed. The next time you visit the Wall, think about it--1 out of every 20 names would not be there if we had pulled out quickly and decisively when

    Kissinger first discussed it. One out of every 20 names is there to help win an election for CREEP. The blood of 3,244 servicemen is an enormous burden on the soul to take to your grave. (88:E1116-1117)

in fact, Big Brother...is watching u and I ...and everyone else...everyday...

"Every day, collection systems at the National Security Agency intercept and store 1.7 billion e-mails, phone calls and other types of communications."  As Arkin and Priest document today, there are few safeguards on how all this data is used and abused.

The government's one-way mirror - Glenn Greenwald - Salon.com

The government's one-way mirror - Glenn Greenwald - Salon.com

The most dangerous 911 video ever! Twitter: TheHumanati

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

JFK assassination: Secret Service Standdown

The Washington Post's Award Winning Article on our unexplored huge national homeland security network

this is a clear astounding in scope national news story that makes it clear, local and state law enforcement agencies are involved directly in gathering information on us citizens every day, across the entire spectrum of us citizens activities...

its an amazing series and it doesn't even itself, pretend to know where this huge military private contractor highly coordinated state to state, state to local and state/local to national homeland security network either begins or ...ends...

its so large, that there isn't even a clear knowledge of who and what are all the pieces except those clearly known to the federal govt' homeland security and military command structures...

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