Tuesday, March 22, 2011

US Taxpayer Enslavement, Paying for Endless Wars

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If a vote were taken today, a national referendum, would there even be a small percentage of people voting to continue the illegal wars of occupation in Afghanistan and Iraq? What about the military and CIA abuse going on in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, Costa Rica, Columbia, and other spots all over the globe? Would any US citizens vote for a war in Libya?

Well, if not, we are not getting representation for out taxation, the corporate bankster military industrial drug running complex do.

I recently took subways in New York City. They seem to be vintage World War II with a little modernization. Major lines are down I believe from infrastructure failure. There are Star Wars looking military goon attired police complete with helmets, shields, shin and knee pads, M-16 type machine guns, and other crowd control weapons. Money is being diverted from what the public needs to what a Police State wants to use to enslave, abuse, detain, rob, spy on, and murder a population.

If the FBI was responsible for the [bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993], and they employ provocateurs such as [Hal Turner], don't you people get it?

Look around, the global elite had declared a secret World War 3 on you.

Libya: War for oil

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The war of intervention in Libya is yet another American illegal adventure argues Keith Harmon Snow, an independent war correspondent. The objective, he says, secured access to Libya's significant oil supply, other mineral resources and defense testing. He says the argument of humanitarianism and stopping a "warlord" was a absolute nonsense. If that argument were true, he contends, there are far more brutal war criminals in African countries the US could have chosen to target.
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Kucinich: Libya war unconstitutional

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Amid the ongoing coalitional bombardment of Libya it turns out President Obama may have had no constitutional authority for ordering US military involvement. US Rep. from Ohio Dennis Kucinixh says the use of US armed forces is unconstitutional, explaining Obama had no authority to commit US resources without congressional approval. The US now finds itself involved into another war in addition to Pakistan, Iraq and Afghanistan. 'Bombing villages in order to save villages' -- that didn't work in Vietnam, Kucinich explained. In fact, he argued this time around the Libyan intervention could end up strengthening Al-Qaeda and US enemies.


Should Barack Obama be impeached, arrested, and brought up on charges of being a War Criminal?

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