[R-G] Shooting at Fort Hood, CIA Convicted of Kidnapping, Tea Party Anti Health Rally
Suzanne de Kuyper
suzannedk at gmail.com
Fri Nov 6 05:57:09 MST 2009
It was even less than senseless because of the profession of the shooter as
well as his faith. Psychiatry takes profoud study and self examination for
years at great cost and commitment. That he was to be deployed where he
might be forced to kill those of his own faith may well have driven him
over the edge. The result, beaurocraticly, may be that the military no
longer accepts soldiers of the Muslim fath who are in positions of social
work or psychiatric professsions! Considering the lack of integrety in the
military systems that might be a good idea but really only ilustrates the
profound totla corruption of the U.S. defence systems.
Suzanne suzannedk at gmail.com
On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 1:35 PM, Intense Red <intnsred at golgotha.net> wrote:
> > It is sad to hear of senseless killing, about as senseless as a car bomb
> > or an air strike by a long distance drone. Most victims from war are
> > civilians, innocents caught in the crossfire.
> It's sad to hear of killing, but the killing of the soldiers preparing to
> do another round of occupation in the continuing US war of aggression on
> Iraq was not "senseless".
> The major killed war criminals. Whether we want to admit it or not, every
> soldier participating in these wars are war criminals. They may have had an
> excuse in 2002 or 2003 that these were not imperial wars of aggression and
> thus war crimes, but now there is no doubt and no excuse. The soldiers
> deploying are cowards, sheepishly following orders and committing their
> crimes. As the Pentagon likes to brag, they *volunteered* to participate in
> these crimes. The only brave soldiers in uniform are the heroes that refuse
> to deploy, who do their jail time and take their "dishonorable" discharge
> and social smearing.
> As the old saying goes, if you live by the sword you'll die by the sword.
> That is exactly what happened to the soldiers who died in Texas.
> "There is no direct evidence in the public domain linking Osama Bin Laden
> the 11 September attacks. At best the evidence is circumstantial." -- "The
> Investigation and the Evidence," BBC News, October 5, 2001. To date no
> evidence has been offered by the US that Bin Laden was behind the attacks
> of Sep. 11.
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