Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Reader T: "...stay home with your family and let the elites fight their own wars for oil and gold and control. "

Reader T: "...stay home with your family and let the elites fight their own wars for oil and gold and control. "
Posted By: Lion [Send E-Mail]
Date: Wednesday, 29-May-2013 05:46:30
Thanks, T
Re: Government Doesn't Want You to Think Too M....
My uncle was a highly decorated Army Soldier.
His name is Billy Stinnett and he was with Hell On Wheels.
He served 3 1/2 tours in VietNam and he served in Korea.
His Military file was full of heroism awards and letters from officers saying that he was --THE BEST OF THE BEST--He had 5 brain tumors from agent orange.
He went to the Audy Murphy VA Hospital in agonizing pain and they would not let him stay.
The smart ##### doctors and nurses told him that he was going to die and he could die at home.
His Sister was with him and she Jumped all over them and told them that he served 20 plus years and was dying from serving the us and they did not even want to help him with his agonizing pain.
She showed them what a bitch she could be and they finally let him spend the night and made him go home the next morning.
This is the way they treat real war hero's that should be honored.
Wise up and stay home with your family and let the elites fight their own wars for oil and gold and control.
I lost both ear drums in boot camp and got severally burned by a chemical weapon screw up.
I have never received a cent from the va for my injuries and that happened in 1963.
I lay in bed sick 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.
I know some of you will know Billy Stinnett.
Send me an email.
harleyhooch (
: The government doesn't want you to think too much about
: this...

: Sovereign Man
: Notes from The Field
: May 27, 2013
: Dallas, Texas, USA
: Today is the Memorial Day holiday in the Land of the Free.
: Curiously, this is the day that the federal government sets
: aside for citizens to reflect on the sacrifices made by
: soldiers throughout history to 'preserve our freedoms.'

: At least, that's what we're told.
: We're programmed to sing the anthem, wave the flag, and cheer
: at the parade. We swell with pride at the high note, wear
: the ribbons, and solemnly nod our heads in approval when
: politicians make speeches about freedom and fallen
: soldiers.

: Wartime Presidents routinely tell crowds that it is the
: 'hardest decision of their lives' to send soldiers into
: combat, but that it's necessary to to preserve peace,
: freedom, security, and democracy.

: Yet with each conflict, we are less peaceful. Less secure.
: Less 'democratic'. And certainly less free.

: And with very few exceptions, the true motives for war
: throughout history have almost always been about resources
: (oil), power, corporate interests, and imperialistic
: expansion... all started by politicians who send young
: people into harm's way from their air-conditioned Ivory
: Towers.

: It's truly ironic that we have a holiday to remember this.
: Coincidentally, today is also the anniversary of the day I
: graduated from West Point years ago. And having spent some
: time myself on that side of the world, I'm thinking today
: of the friends and classmates I knew who lost their lives
: needlessly in Iraq and Afghanistan.

: When I was in the service, I remember being constantly told by
: senior officers that our actions were making the world
: safer.

: I realized very quickly that this was completely baloney, and
: I left the service as soon as I could.

: But it's difficult, even after so many years, to choke down
: the deceit of a day like today... a day to commemorate
: millions of people, both military and civilian, who
: supposedly died in support of something that no longer
: exists.

: Politicians want us to turn out for the parade. They want us
: to stand in a moment of silence. They want us to rally
: around the flag. They just don't want us to think too much
: about it.

: Because if people do... if they start to peel away at the
: onion, they'll realize that this purported freedom that so
: many soldiers fought for is rapidly deteriorating.

: Most of all, people will realize that the same politicians who
: give us this holiday to think about such freedom are the
: ones responsible for destroying it.

: Until tomorrow,
: Signature
: Simon Black
: Senior Editor,

: ----------------------
: It will be against the law to compete with the government
: Sovereign Man
: Notes from The Field
: May 28, 2013
: Sarasota, Florida, USA

: Last month at our event in Santiago, Ron Paul told me that he
: used to keep a sign on his desk during his time in Congress
: that read: "Don't steal. The government hates
: competition."

: These days, perhaps a more appropriate saying would be--
: "Don't violate people's civil liberties. The
: government hates competition."

: And I wish I could say I'm kidding. But in the Land of the
: Free, they actually want to make this a law.

: Yes, that's right. On the hallowed floor of the United States
: Senate, recently, bill S1057 was introduced.

: It's aim? "To prohibit the use of unmanned aircraft
: systems by private individuals to conduct surveillance of
: other private persons."

: And, just to be clear, by "unmanned aircraft
: systems," they mean drones. The same ones that they
: use to assassinate people by remote control. And, of
: course, conduct surveillance on private citizens in the
: Land of the Free.

: So what the esteemed Senators are telling us is that it's bad

: (and hence should be unlawful) to invade people's privacy.
: Unless the government is doing it, in which case it's just
: fine.

: Until tomorrow,
: Signature
: Simon Black
: Senior Editor,

: ------------------

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What does it take for the good military to pull the net on the cabal. Our veterans are dying in the numbers not a good report come out of veterans hospital. administrators taking orders chain in command don't have the balls to take a stand tell their superiors go to hell. Our veterans worth more than sob politicians a government we don't recognize.