Monday, May 25, 2009

Just what are we commemorating this Memorial Day?

While millions of Americans will go to national cemeteries today to visit departed loved ones and to cry their hearts out, one has to ask just what those brave souls died for.

America the Beautiful? Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? Fighting and dying so the Fed can steal trillions and trillions of OUR money?

Or is it what former Secretary of State Kissinger said, referring pointedly to military men as "dumb, stupid animals to be used" as pawns for foreign policy?

Some will accuse me of being unpatriotic for asking this, will others will be too busy swilling beer till they pass out or watching cars race around in a circle until their brain shuts down.

Is that what Memorial Day is really about?

Since the Korean War and maybe even back to WWI, our troops ARE fighting and dying for the wealthy elite, Pentagon generals and those holding dual citizenship.

President Woodrow Wilson, the same SOB who signed the Federal Reserve into law, used a phony story about a German sub attack on the SS Sussex to get the USA into WWI.

Which made the Rothschild dynasty even richer, as they were financing both sides of that conflict. A world war that would lead to the establishment of Israel, thru the British arranged Balfour Declaration, which was payment to the Zionists for getting America into WWI.

As for Roosevelt and WWII, there’s more than enough stories out that claim Frankie KNEW ahead of time about the Japs attacking Pearl Harbor and did nothing to protect our troops there so we’d get mad as hell and enter WWII to fight for England to help protect the Rothschilds base and banking empire.

The only thing Roosevelt saved at Pearl Harbor was the aircraft carriers he ordered put to sea, to protect them from the coming attack.

The Korean War was predicted nearly 15 months ahead of it’s beginning by Secretary of Defense James Forrestal, who was then forced to resign and enter a mental hospital, where he “jumped” out of a window and died.

The Vietnam War was a series of lie after lie after lie told to keep our troops fighting a country that we had no business fighting, they were NO danger to the USA nor had they attacked us.

When the USSR fell, the country breathed a sigh of relief, and there was even talk of a “peace” dividend going around. Money that had been spent on war could now be spent on peace and rebuilding our infrastructure, maybe even medical insurance.

That scared the hell out of Wall Street, Israel and the Pentagon and within 18 months, we had another “boogieman,” Saddam and we’ve been bogged down in the ME ever since.

I’m not taking anything away from those that served, fought and died for what they thought was “our” country and freedom.

I’m just pointing out that they’ve been used like pawns to keep the wealthy elite wealthy, Israel an Apartheid state and the Pentagon filled with phony ass generals like BETRAYUS, who likes to adorn his chest with all sorts of ribbons and medals, even that Purple Heart he got for shooting himself in the foot.



Read what General Smedley Butler, TWO time winner of the Medal of Honor, had to say about war:
WAR IS A RACKET

WAR is a racket. It always has been.

It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives.

A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small “inside” group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.

In the World War [I] a mere handful garnered the profits of the conflict. At least 21,000 new millionaires and billionaires were made in the United States during the World War. That many admitted their huge blood gains in their income tax returns. How many other war millionaires falsified their tax returns no one knows….

Greg Bacon

US Army 82nd Airborne 1971-72 11B4P

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

You should be hanged Traitor.............

Greg Bacon said...

You volunteering for the duty, nameless?

Anonymous said...

When are the armchair hawks going to realize the whole reason it's "unpatriotic" to question war is not because it undermines soldiers' actions, but because it may bring to light just who benefits, profits and continues to profit from having people blown out of their socks. Remember, an uninformed soldier is a good German. Lots of people committed atrocious acts protected by their ignorance, and still believe to this day they were "right." Just ask the Israelis.

Anonymous said...

Bacon

No need to olunteer, u will hang yourself anyhow..............
want waist my time on a dead man

Anonymous said...

thanks for some truth telling obama said "I think it is time for some truth telling in the US" LOL LOL not from the obomination station.
All the war talk has me wondering just how much damage an atom bomb attack would actually do to isreal,the place is full of bunkers and their a-bombs are deep underground.The japs had paper houses and the concrete ones survived very well?Perhaps the world should let them go at it for a time and perhaps they will stop on their own or perhaps for the betterment of mankind they(the combatants) will expire on mass.

Barbara L said...

Quite the speech by someone who has earned the right to make it.

He makes a lot of sense from a very common sense human point of view. Let those who have the most to live vote on whether or not to fight.

However, the problem is, when their minds are already bent out of shape by their cultural upbringing, schools, patriotism in their mother's milk, etc, and those well trained Bernays boys shaping mindset, chances are, it would still go on.

Look at some of these folks here who condemn the words of an Elder who has been there. Sigh.

Musique said...

Unlike Greg, who served bravely in the Army and still not afraid of telling like it is, anony Annie wasn't so lucky growing up. He served with the girl scouts (yap, cookies!) near K-mart. No, he wasn't part of 'em but he was always there trolling like an uninvited eunuch. That ol habit hasn't died out as you all can see from his occacional hissy fits.

Whatever happened to his manhood? Mohel got carried away during brit milah session.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Greg IS a hero, absolutely, but NOT because he was in the army. It's because he has the COURAGE as a man and a human to see things clearly for himself, regardless of "permission." Smedley Butler was such a hero too. That's 15 billion times more precious than just pulling trigger-jerk duty for the US Empire, itself just a sickening plaything of Wall Street JEW psychopaths since the 1840s.

The knee-jerk belief that military service is somehow inherently admirable and "heroic" is the exact problem Barbara described so well:
"However, the problem is, when
their minds are already bent out
of shape by their cultural
upbringing, schools, patriotism in
their mother's milk, etc, and
those well trained Bernays boys
shaping mindset, chances are, it
would still go on."

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