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    It's An American Issue

    It's An American Issue

    By: Devvy
    January 2, 2006

    "They (in Saudi Arabia) have a saying, My father rode a camel, I drive a car, my son rides in a jet airplane - his son will ride a camel." Page 31, Crossing the Rubicon

    I get e-mail from Bush supporters all the time accusing me of being a liberal and that I surely must have voted for John Kerry, whose political ideology is communism. My December 30, 2005, WND column brought roughly 50 e-mails calling me every name in the book, saying I don't know what I'm talking about regarding the unlawful invasion of Iraq, I must be a flaming liberal, I hate our military, and on and on and on. The theme is the same: if you don't support Bush's agenda, you're soft on terrorism, you hate our military, you’re a liberal and, you surely must have wanted Saddam Hussein to stay in power. If you don't support the agenda of the Democratic Party, you are a right wing whatever who wants old people starving in the streets, and you want to take away a woman's "right" to kill her unborn children.

    Yep, I sure am a flaming liberal. I hate abortion. I have been writing about the dangers of the toxic sodomite deathstyle for a decade. I walked away from the Republican Party in '96. I kept listening to their BS after the phony “Republican revolution” when they took control of Congress in ’95. I finally came to the conclusion that their agenda was the same as the Democratic Party, they just package and sell the same lies under different rhetoric.

    Since the Republicans took control of Congress, they have not eliminated one unconstitutional law or treaty – not one. They have not removed one federal judge destroying our rights. Not one. I have been chronicling the actions of both the Democratic and Republican parties for more than a decade. Those in denial will continue to call me names, but it will not change hard, documented facts.

    I don't call Bush president because I didn't vote for him; I voted for Michael Peroutka of the Constitution Party. I have no respect for George Bush who continues to trash the Constitution and Bill of Rights – all in the name of the “war on terrorism.” President Teddy Roosevelt stated it well on May 7, 1918, when he said (in part): "To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public. Nothing but the truth should be spoken about him or any one else. But it is even more important to tell the truth, pleasant or unpleasant, about him than about any one else."

    I believe in this republic and am deeply saddened that tens of millions of Americans are either willfully blind or simply care nothing for the sacrifices made by so many that gave us freedom. So many Americans are in denial, they willfully believe lies because they cannot and will not accept the documented truth about their party favorite, Democrat or Republican.

    No writer can please everyone all the time. A difference of opinions and different ideas in the marketplace of public discussion is a good thing. I only ask people to do as I have done over the past 16 years: do the research, get the facts. I have read more treaties and pieces of legislation than most members of Congress. I have read more books, fully documented, than 99.9999% of the people who send me nasty, in denial e-mail.

    The issue of Iraq isn't about being a Democrat, Republican or member of any political party. It's an American issue. Those not in denial, know Saddam Hussein was not a threat to these united States of America. He was a broken tin-pot dictator who had no intention of lobbing nukes at the U.S. Bush's unconstitutional invasion of Iraq has nothing to do with liberating the Iraqi people. Let me quote again Jeri Lynn Ball, author of The Great Communitarian Hoax, The Voices of America's Destruction, Master's of Seduction and Time Bomb:

    "In Stalin's Russia, notes Mikahil Heller, enemies were blamed for everything; they were used to justify the invasion of Czechoslovakia (1968) and the invasion of Afghanistan in 1980. The Soviet Communists were thus able to manipulate Soviet citizens into supporting government hunts for "terrorists," "traitors," and spies, for "liberation wars" for humanity. Using Marxist-Leninist strategies, the Russian, Chinese and U.S. ruling elites have sought to frighten Americans and other populaces with the specter of ruthless mass terror. They have created enemies and blamed them for everything including terrorist acts. They have used them to justify the invasion of Afghanistan, Iraq, and other countries and to manipulate Americans into supporting government hunts in the exact same manner as the Communist Russians. Their aim is to manipulate whole populations into supporting "wars of national liberation" and achieving not only the sovietization of "liberated" undeveloped countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq, but also the full altruization and sovietization of the United States and other Western nations.

    "On September 20, 2001, President Bush said, "Americans are asking: Who attacked our country? The evidence we have gathers all points to Qaeda...This group and its leader - a person named Osama bin Laden - are linked to many other organizations in different countries...There are thousands of these terrorists in more than 60 countries. They are recruited from their own nations...and brought to camps in places like Afghanistan, where they are trained in the tactics of terrors. They are hide in countries around the world to plot evil and destruction."

    "The Russian and Communist Chinese have been arming and inciting "wars of national liberation" for years. On September 14, 2002, Bush, Jr., said, "...Saddam Hussein's regime has proven itself a grave and gathering danger...We must stand up for our security...The world community must do so, as well." Globlalist communitarians including America's leaders deliberately built up Saddam Hussein's regime, then sought to "liberate" Iraq.

    "By waging the "battle of Iraq" and by preparing our future battles in the ongoing "war against terrorism," the globalist elites have been able to carry forward their chief goals. First, in Iraq, Americans once again were manipulated into fighting a "war of national liberation" and helping an "oppressed people." On April 5, 2003, Bush, Jr., said, "...liberation is coming. The people of Iraq have my pledge: Out fighting forces will press on until their oppressors are gone." Second, globalists have been able to implement their plans for the sovietization of the Iraqi society. On May 1, 2003, Bush, Jr., declared, "Major combat operations in Iraq have ended...And now our coalition is engaged in securing and reconstructing that country." On May 3, 2003, Bush, Jr., said, "Our coalition has much work to do in Iraq...We are helping to rebuild Iraq..." The Socialist/Communist coalition has justified its programs and policies on ideological grounds, holding that its aims are to liberate and improve man and society. Then it proceeds to instill Soviet communitarian ideology and community values into the masses."

    This is what the war in Iraq is about:

    "Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective – a new world order – can emerge ... Iraq itself controls some 10 percent of the world's proven oil reserves ... We cannot permit a resource so vital to be dominated by one so ruthless. And we won't ... At this very moment, they (our soldiers) serve together with Arabs, Europeans, Asians, and Africans in defense of principle and the dream of a new world order. That's why they sweat and toil in the sand and the heat and the sun." Bush (41), speech on Iraqi aggression in the Persian Gulf, Sept. 11, 1990

    As for 9/11: Why do hundreds of family members who lost sons, brothers, fathers, husbands, sisters, cousins, wives – why do they not believe the government's version of 9/11? Are all these people wackos? Part of a “left” or “right” wing conspiracy?

    There is far, far more to 9/11 and the justification of the illegal invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq than the average American can even imagine. As much as I know took me 18 months after 9/11 to get out of denial. There were too many unanswered questions and once I began the hard research, I got sick to my soul. While I have read every book out there on 9/11, in my humble opinion the only two books every American should read about 9/11 are Crossing the Rubicon by Michael Ruppert and The Terror Timeline by Paul Thompson.

    I also strongly recommend you get the DVD of the McKinney briefing on 9/11 which includes wives and mothers whose husbands and sons died on that day. I watched this event on C-SPAN and, quite frankly, it was shocking and beyond disturbing. The families of those murdered have done the most extraordinary and exhaustive investigations into 9/11. What they have found is ugly, but it is the truth and all Americans should want the truth over comfortable lies.

    Crossing the Rubicon has sold more than 100,000 copies, second only to the Kean cover up Commission Report on 9/11. Crossing the Rubicon is 564 pages, but has 900 foot notes to back up everything in the book. It is one of the most thoroughly researched books I have ever read and believe me, I didn't want to read it, but I had to in order to make sure in my own mind. If the families who have suffered so much don't believe the government, what does that tell you? For part 2 click below.

    I can only say that if people are not willing to look at ALL the information, documentation and data on any issue, how can they blast other Americans who have done the research and call them ugly names? If you won't take the time to read books like Crossing the Rubicon, which is an amazing and horrifying piece of research, how can you call your fellow Americans all kinds of nasty and unflattering names because they have looked at all sides of an issue? How can you make an informed decision on something as horrific as 9/11 and Iraq, if the only information/data you have is opinions from Kerry, Bush, Rush or Shawn? It's human nature to cling to a comfortable illusion, but it's also dividing Americans at a time when we should be a nation united.

    "There are some who, uh, feel like that, you know, the conditions are such that they can attack us there. My answer is: Bring 'em on. We got the force necessary to deal with the security situation. “ - George W. Bush, July 2, 2003.

    What is happening right now isn't a matter of how much "butt" our troops can kick in Iraq. Our military are the finest and we support them 100%. However, a foreign policy based on lies puts our military in harm's way instead of having them home on U.S. soil as our first line of defense. It is not and never has been (until the US unconstitutionally joined the communist UN) the responsibility of our military to remove dictators around the world in any country or meddle in the squabbles of foreign countries. If this were the case, we would have already invaded communist China and Russia - the two biggest terrorist host countries on this globe.

    Let me enlighten the American people about a few facts and please bear in mind: I do not belong to any group or organization, not or any others. I do not give money or support to any of these groups or organizations. I seek only the truth and demand that my government come clean and operate within the constraints set forth in the U.S. Constitution.

    How many Americans have any idea about the use of chemical weapons in Iraq? How many Americans have any idea what happened when our soldiers came back from Gulf War I? If you think the video of the commie Chinese skinning dogs and cats alive was bad, viewing a video of humans scorched by chemical weapons is enough to drive anyone to rivers of tears.

    Here are a few statistics that Americans might find shocking, see Ruppert's site:

    "Out of the 580,400 soldiers who served in GW1 (the first Gulf War), of them, 11,000 are now dead! By the year 2000, there were 325,000 on Permanent Medical Disability. This astounding number of ‘Disabled Vets’ means that a decade later, 56% of those soldiers who served have some form of permanent medical problems! The disability rate for the wars of the last century was 5 percent; it was higher, 10 percent, in Viet Nam.

    “The VA Secretary (Principi) was aware of this fact as far back as [A. D.] 2000,” wrote Bernklau. “He, and the Bush administration have been hiding these facts, but now, thanks to Moret’s report, (it) ... is far too big to hide or to cover up!”

    “Terry Jamison, Public Affairs Specialist, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, Department of Veterans Affairs, at the VA Central Office, recently reported that ‘Gulf Era Veterans’ now on medical disability, since 1991, number 518,739 Veterans,” said Berklau.

    “The long-term effects have revealed that DU (uranium oxide) is a virtual death sentence,” stated Berklau. “Marion Fulk, a nuclear physical chemist, who retired from the Lawrence Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab, and was also involved with the Manhattan Project, interprets the new and rapid malignancies in the soldiers (from the 2003 Iraq War) as ‘spectacular … and a matter of concern!’”

    When asked if the main purpose of using DU was for “destroying things and killing people,” Fulk was more specific: “I would say it is the perfect weapon for killing lots of people!”

    End Part I
    No One Knows Everything. Only Together May We Find The Truth JG

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    1. Depleted uranium: “Dirty bombs, dirty missiles, dirty bullets: A death sentence here and abroad” by Leuren Moret,
    2. Veterans for Constitutional Law, 112 Jefferson Ave., Port Jefferson NY 11777, Arthur N. Bernklau, executive director, (516) 474-4261, fax 516-474-1968.
    3. Preventive Psychiatry E-Newsletter.

    I have spent hours reading the material in this section on Ruppert's site. In Viet Nam the use of napalm left behind a scorched country and fried people - civilians as well as Viet Cong. Our soldiers came home and began dying slow deaths from Agent Orange and the effects of all these chemicals. I know many and correspond with them. Others I used to correspond with are now dead, including GI's who served in the first Gulf War. During Gulf War I, 300 tons of DU weaponry were used against Iraq. According to documented reports, U.S. forces have deployed more than 1,000 tons during the 2003 invasion alone.

    More data on this crime against humanity can be found here. Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich, who I do not support in any way, did have a video available on his web site when he ran for president in 2004. This video in living color, unimaginable horror, captured the results of DU following the first Gulf War invasion. Cancer rates among the Iraqi people went up by 1400%. Photos of women and children burned; babies born with the most horrible birth defects, i.e. babies born with their intestines growing out of their bodies and a different head growing out of their head. An indisputable fact: DU destroys the soil for up to 400 years so an indigenous population cannot even grow food to feed hungry bellies. Other statistics show that since Gulf War I there has been a fivefold increase in cancer, especially leukemia and a five to eight fold increase in children born with genetic defects.

    Quoting Jesuit Father Simon Harak who maintains close contact with the Manhattan Project, the only group that devotes itself exclusively to DU after visiting a Dr. Jenan Hassan in Basra: “Depleted uranium is 60 percent radioactive. It is also heavy metal toxic. It is a byproduct of the uranium enrichment process of nuclear weapons production from which uranium's most radioactive isotope, U235, is recovered for re-use in new fuel rods. The DU weapons used in Iraq were far more deadly, far more enduring—Japanese scientist Katsuma Yagasaki estimates that DU’s radiation has a half-life of 4.5 billion years—and far less publicized than car bombs and roadside bombs. The DU was present in missiles, tank shells, and rocket-propelled grenades. Formidable at armor piercing, these weapons were known to aerosolize on impact into tiny particles that could be inhaled or ingested."

    I cannot find the words to describe the effects of DU and other chemical weapons used in Iraq on the indigenous population. Our soldiers coming home from this current invasion are already dying from the effects of DU. They won't be having a "Happy New Year!" There have been many intensely researched columns over the years by respected journalists giving all the facts and numbers of how many of our soldiers have suffered and died from "Gulf War Syndrome" and how many are now coming home and dying. I have read mainstream papers (Washington Post, Sept 2, 2003, citing the US military Central Command as their source) exposing very disturbing facts, i.e., since the launch of this undeclared war until the publication of that article, more than 4,500 US troops were evacuated for "medical reasons other than combat or non-combat injuries." I was at Walter Reed Medical Hospital in late 2003 and saw the carnage for myself.

    I also strongly and respectly urge Americans to get the DVD Beyond Treason: The U.S. Government's Long History of Conducting Deadly Military Experiments. See what Dr. Doug Rokke, Director of the U.S. Army Depleted Uranium Project, Dennis Kyne, NBC Medical Specialist and Veteran's Advocate and Jeuren Moret, Geological Scientist and International Radiation Expert have to say about the use of DU in the Gulf. This isn't for the weak and timid, but it should be watched and shared among friends, colleagues, family and church members. We have got to get the truth about this out to as many Americans as possible.

    Long after one of Bush's rah-rah, carefully crafted public appearances or press conferences, the effects of DU and other chemical weapons will still be killing our soldiers as they return home to a fact deficient population who waved their flags in favor of this war, but never see the real causalities.

    In the next few years we will see the same thing as we did after Gulf War I: babies born to our soldiers deformed in the most God awful ways in sickening numbers while their fathers slowly waste away. There will be those who automatically knee jerk and cry this can't be so! God forgive us, it is. War isn't just hell, the lasting effects are well documented. If you view all the videos I have mentioned above, it's no wonder thousands of soldiers returning from Viet Nam went insane or have never been able to get those images out of their heads. The same has and is happening with Iraq and our precious soldiers coming home who cannot get those images out of their minds. See Fallujah: The Hidden Massacre

    War should always be the method of last resort. Anyone who has spent the time to research 9/11 and Bush's naked aggression against a non threatening country should be very, very afraid of what is coming in 2006. The truth about 9/11, which has birthed this entire "war on terror" is an American issue. Those who choose to stay in denial, who won't do one single minute of research if it disagrees with Bush, their favorite radio talk show host, cable network host or columnist, do so at their own risk. The rest of us weep for what has happened in the name of black gold, but we will not get down on our knees and submit to tyranny for an illusion of safety.

    No One Knows Everything. Only Together May We Find The Truth JG

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