Congratulations, if you got past the headline of this article it means you have your critical thinking cap on! Let me first start by stating that I love America, its Constitution, and its people. The goal of this piece is to highlight the hypocrisy hidden behind some of America’s most respected institutions, in order to maintain that level of respect for future generations. We are told that we must honor our veterans at all times. We must acknowledge and respect our first responders as our heroes. Yet, at what point can we demand that our heroes return that level respect? Should the relationship between citizen and hero be equitable? Or should we treat our heroes as gods?
In reality, whether we like it or not, for society to remain intact the relationship must be balanced. Heroes deserve our respect when their actions reflect their given title. Citizens deserve respect when they are working to build a society that needs protecting. In the last 40 years, America’s foreign policy has taken a dark turn. Every war that has been fought since World War II has violated the tenets of the Christian-inspired “just war theory.” At home, America’s heroes now focus on spying on their neighbors consequently sowing seeds of distrust among the populace. Do not believe me? Lets take a look back at several prominent examples that prove my points.
America’s Foreign Policy and the massive growth of the Military Industrial Complex
- Every war since World War II has been fought based on false premises.
- Korean War: First war to push back the threat of communism under the premise that countries will fall “like dominoes” under the thumb of communist Russia. Korea did not present any immediate threat to the United States. First of many proxy wars between Russia and United States.
- Vietnam War: Next incursion based on the “domino theory.” Gulf of Tonkin event is now known as a false flag, where US forces staged a submarine torpedo strike to persuade the American public into continuing the war. At first, officials later blamed the radar blip on a lightning strike. Either way, the Gulf of Tonkin resolution was signed by President Johnson, and the war in Vietnam escalated.
- The Gulf War, Iraq Part 1: This war got traction after the infamous “babies in incubators” story, from a purported witness to atrocities committed by the Hussein regime. Too bad the entire story was based on a lie pushed by Kuwaiti and U.S. officials. Never mind the fact that the U.S. was selling chemical weapons to Sadaam in the years prior in his fight against Iran.
- Afghanistan, 2001: The recently released “28 pages” prove that “conspiracy theorists” were on to something when they alleged that “9/11 was an inside job.” There was a stand-down on 9/11, among many other anomalies within the the official story. In reality, the plans to invade Afghanistan were drafted prior to 9/11 with the Project for a New American Century. The Bush family’s ties to Saudi Arabia, who had definitive knowledge about 9/11 prior to the event, are also questionable.
- The Gulf War Part 2: Iraq War, 2003: “No weapons of mass destruction over here. Nope, not here either,” Bush once joked. There were no weapons of mass destruction and there was no evidence that the Iraqi regime supported Al-Qaeda directly or indirectly. The war on Iraq was also a premeditated war with its roots also in the Project for a New American Century think tank.
- War on Terror; Libya, Syria, Yemen, Iran, and North Korea: Libya was destabilized infamously by the Obama/Hillary regime. In reality, its destabilization was an effort to bolster Islamic extremism to provide a pretext for war in other middle eastern countries, namely, Syria and Yemen. There was also evidence that America was not happy with Qaddafi’s goal to create a gold standard for its country, removing all influence of the petro-dollar. Saddam had also tried the same thing, and we all know how that turned out. All countries were mentioned in the Project for a New American Century document. The war is a large proxy war against Russia and China, to insure a “pax Americana” for the next 100 years. North Korea and Iran are the last two countries on this list.
- The basis of all the aforementioned wars was not one of domestic security, but of corporate and globalist economic interests. Whether it be the oil wells in Iraq, or the lithium deposits and opium farms in Afghanistan, or simply creating a new sphere of American/globalist influence, the wars were not fought on a constitutional basis that represented the will of the American people.
2. The United States is constantly meddling with other countries, often causing more problems for future generations.
- Iran was first destabilized by the CIA in 1953 by removing the Shah of Iran. The country has returned to its extremist roots due to constant American meddling; this became especially apparent with the Iran-contra scandal . We were selling weapons to Iran in exchange for hostages in Lebanon, while using the funds to destabilize Nicaragua.
- We helped create Al-Qaeda by funding the Mujahideen in Afghanistan in the 1980’s, to help push out Russian forces. Yes, Osama Bin Laden was the leader of this group. We helped him then to serve our own interests against Russia—when these interests no longer mattered, we pulled out the rug from underneath “Tim Osman” aka Osama Bin Laden, CIA asset. Those roosters would eventually come home over twenty years later.
- There are many other similar stories like this, from funding and arming drug cartels in Mexico, to staging false flags for future possible wars.
3. The US Military apparatus is constantly theorizing potential false flags to serve its interests.
- Operation Northwoods is the most infamous potential false flag in America, next to 9/11 and the Gulf of Tonkin which were actually realized. Operation NW planned to blow up a remote-controlled jetliner full of real American college students over Cuba to blame the attack on the Castro regime in order to justify a full on invasion of Cuba. President John F. Kennedy refused to sign off on the plan in 1962.
4. Our “heroes” within the military industrial complex have made their careers by spying on American citizens and selling weapons and technology abroad.
- Our biggest export is weaponry technology. The United States is the largest exporter of weapons, guns, and ammunition, and weapons technology in the world.
- Although Forbes reports that the U.S. military budget only represents 3% of the national economy, it negates to mention that many of these contractors are represented in the private sector. If governments make deals with contractors AND the U.S. government, there are many creative accounting techniques to hide these figures in the national budget. The myth that these private sector companies are in no way a reflection of the U.S. government serves as the perfect veil for the leaders at the Pentagon.
- These transactions often embolden our enemies. The same country that was indicted for involvement in 9/11 with the 28 declassified pages from the 9/11 commission report, Saudi Arabia, was just sold over $110 Billion in weapons from the Trump administration.
- The revelations from Edward Snowden prove that the NSA has technology that even Big Brother would blush at. The PRISM program allows real-time access to all American citizens’ cellphone, computer, and social media data without a warrant. So much for swearing an oath to protect the constitution.
5. Our local police and sheriff’s departments now treat the American people as enemies of the state.
- The recent passing of “red flag gun laws” in states across America have revealed that American police have no problem violating their oath to protect the constitution of the United States. One police chief in Fountain, CO stated that he did not agree with the law “but would enforce the law as it stands.” The law would allow the confiscation of weapons without a trial, or jury. In Maryland, a man was killed by a police officer for refusing to give up his guns. The “shot heard around the world,” may soon be happening in every city throughout America.
- Police across the country already enforce unconstitutional laws such as the “menacing” law, which is used to rid gun owners of their right to self-defense. In reality, this law forces the accused to prove their innocence, rather than the state being forced to prove their guilt. In America, we used to live by the premise that citizens were innocent until proven guilty under the law.
- Police forces across the nation have been militarized. Between 1997 and 2014, the Department of Defense has transferred over $4.3 Billion in military equipment to local police departments. Definitely a sneaky route to avoiding the posse commitatus provision in the constitution which forbids deployment of federal troops within US borders.
- Not limited to the 2nd amendment, police are also actively restricting the 1st amendment. A story out of Colorado shows that Loveland Police arrested a man for holding an anti-Polis sign during the 2018 election. The city settled with the man for $70,000.00.
- Local police spend more time building up their massive budgets, with ticket quotas and incentives for more arrests. In the Colorado town of Morrison, over 52% of the departments revenue comes from traffic citations. The town is known as a speed trap, and the court is viewed as a racket. Towns like these are found across the United States.
- “Absolute power corrupts absolutely,” as they say. Our Conspiracy of Silence and Blue Lies Matter Series covers stories that accurately illustrate the corruption at the highest levels of government.
- Local police do not enforce or investigate claims of property crime, they often rely on insurance companies to “take care” of the victim.
With these facts in mind, I have no problem calling out the hypocrisy among our veterans who constantly blast these type of criticisms as “anti-american.” These men and women claim they “serve” the country (serving means volunteering without the promise of a profit, or volunteering for a moral cause, which has not been the case for the last 50 years.) While President Trump claims that veterans are not being taken care of, these men and women receive guaranteed pensions, sometimes 2-3 times over after working in the civilian service after retiring from full-service. They make more money than the average American. You cannot tell me that all of those “DV” plates sit on vehicles of truly disabled veterans. They are walking, talking, and moving just fine while getting out of their sports cars and fancy SUVS.
I have no problem insuring that we adequately take care of our military service members. The only caveat to that statement is that I demand they protect their oath. It is time our military leaders stop taking orders, and start asking questions. Why are we still in Afghanistan? Why are we still in Iraq? Why did we fund ISIS and Al-Qaeda for so many years?
The last 50 years of American foreign policy represent the deep-state globalist take over that has bankrupted our country, racking up over $9 trillion in debt to fund an endless war on terror while transferring our sovereignty and wealth to globalist interests, not American ones.
Locally, American police focus on ticket quotas, and serving the status-quo. Currently, that status-quo is built upon the restriction of the 1st and 2nd amendments and amassing of revenue for the city they serve, and police have volunteered to support this narrative as long as they receive their paycheck and pension.
So, no, you do not protect my freedom. Freedom isn’t free, because you’ve attached a price tag to it.
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