GOVERNACIDE: Stalin DID order the Katyn massacre; FDR covered it up

Monday, January 13, 2014

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2536325/Stalin-DID-order-execution-3-500-Polish-soldiers-according-new-testimony-U-S-officer-watched-Nazis-exhume-bodies.html

Stalin DID order the execution of 3,500 Polish soldiers according to newly discovered testimony of U.S. officer who watched Nazis exhume the bodies

U.S. researcher Krystyna Piorkowska found testimony from U.S. Lt Col John H Val Vliet from May 1945
In the statement he says he witnessed Nazis exhuming the bodies of 3,500 Polish soldiers killed under Stalin

Vliet’s testimony fuels speculation that the U.S. tried to cover up the genocide to keep the Soviets on their side for the end of the war

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
PUBLISHED: 02:12 EST, 9 January 2014 | UPDATED: 06:00 EST, 9 January 2014

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Another report that Van Vliet made a few days later in Washington is considered missing. This has fueled speculation that the U.S. government helped cover up Soviet responsibility for the massacre out of fear that saying the truth would anger Stalin, whom the Allies were counting on to help them defeat Germany and Japan in World War II.

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How far has the Gooferment strayed from morality?

When you sleep with the Devil, you become one.

FDR may have crept up a little on my “worst President” list. 

Argh!

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GOVERNACIDE: TWA Flight 800 shot down by a Navy missile?

Monday, June 24, 2013

http://www.wnd.com/2013/06/did-navy-sub-missile-hit-twa-800/

WND EXCLUSIVE
DID NAVY SUB MISSILE HIT TWA 800?
Witness: ‘I’d be willing to bet dollars to donuts that we shot the plane down’
Published: 13 mins ago
JACK CASHILL

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The impending release of a new documentary has dramatically revived media interest in the destruction of TWA Flight 800, the Paris-bound plane that blew up off the coast of Long Island in July 1996.

Although producers Tom Stalcup and Kristina Borjesson do not name names or point fingers, the video leads the viewer to believe that the U.S. Navy accidentally shot the plane down.

The video features a half-dozen truth tellers from within the investigation, and the news of it has inspired several more to step forward, including one who talked with WND about the disaster Friday.

Mack, not his real name, cautioned that his information was limited, but his insights had merit nonetheless. Mack was a crewmember on the sub, the USS Albuquerque.

This was one of three subs acknowledged by FBI spokesman James Kallstrom as being in the “immediate vicinity” of the crash site. The other two were the USS Trepang and the USS Wyoming.

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I never believed the “official version”.

I just don’t know “why”?

YMMV!

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GOVERNACIDE: Student killed

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/05/18/report-hofstra-univ-student-was-shot-killed-by-cop-trying-to-rescue-her/

CAMPUS
REPORT: HOFSTRA STUDENT WAS SHOT, KILLED BY COP TRYING TO RESCUE HER
May. 18, 2013 9:47pm Dave Urbanski

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MINEOLA, N.Y. (TheBlaze/AP) — Authorities say a police officer’s bullet killed a New York college student during the response to a home invasion at an off-campus home.

Nassau County homicide squad Lt. John Azzata said Saturday night that Andrea Rebello was killed by a police officer as she was being held in a headlock by a masked intruder.

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I don’t fault the police officer. He was in a bad situation. It’s only int he movies that the bad guy can get shot and the hostage walks away.

Doesn’t anyone ask why was a repeat violent felon on parole in the first place. And, when he violated his parole, why wasn’t he scooped up?

Then, let’s talk about the “NY Safe Act” and the culture of “Victim Disarmament” that exists in New York, Chicago, LA, and New Orleans.

I don’t KNOW that an armed “good guy” could have changed the outcome. But, could it have made it any worse?

Argh!

Is this an example of “political wishful thinking”?

The world is a dangerous place made even more so when the Sheeple and Clovers forgo their own defense.

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“Victim Disarmament is the view that it is somehow better to see a woman raped in an alley and strangled with her own pantyhose, than see her with a gun in her hand.” — T.D. Melrose 

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GOVERNACIDE: Poor growth tied to fiat money; it’s a “killer”

Friday, October 26, 2012

Markets Alert
from The Wall Street Journal

U.S. economic growth picked up in the third quarter as consumers spent more, federal government spending accelerated and the housing industry improved in the months leading up to November’s presidential election.

The nation’s gross domestic product–the broadest measure of goods and services produced by the economy–grew at an annual rate of 2% between July and September, the Commerce Department said Friday.

http://online.wsj.com/home-page?mod=djemalertMARKET

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A national disgrace.

IF you believe the Gooferment’s numbers!

Doesn’t “feel” like 2% to me. Just like “unemployment” doesn’t feel like 8%. And, inflation, don’t make me laff, ain’t ZERO! (Gasoline four years ago was UNDER $2 / per gallon and yday I paid 3¾$ per gallon! That’s 80% over four years or 20% per year. Consider that gas costs gets built into EVERY product and service created!)

Sorry, but we a “KILLING” people.

I trace it back to the “funny money”. It allows the politicians and bureaucrats to fool us. And, the standard that money should represent. 

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GOVERNACIDE: Death at the hands of the police

Sunday, September 30, 2012

From: john 
To: Luddite
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2012 9:33 PM
Subject: TheBlaze.com – Houston Police Officer Fatally Shoots Unarmed Double Amputee in a Wheelchair

I thought you would like this story from TheBlaze.com

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/houston-police-officer-fatally-shoots-unarmed-double-amputee-in-a-wheelchair/

care to comment about your “friends” in blue?

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On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 8:20 AM, Luddite wrote:

After looking at another one of these, I think where we differ is that you tend to look only at the victim, rather than the circumstances surrounding? Have I summed it up correctly?

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No, I am “shocked” — as in “I’m shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here!” Captain Renault in Casablanca — at the result. And, the pattern that keeps repeating over and over and over. The “King” and the “Sheriff’s men” keep abusing the poor Saxon serfs. Where’s our “Robin Hood”? Where is our “George Washington”? Where is our “Zorro”? Unfortunately, we each have to become our own.

I think Martin Luther King, Gandhi, and others have demonstrated the path. Peaceful non-cooperation.

Take a small example, “speed limits”! On every road every day in the USA, the drivers demonstrate a complete disregard for the diktats of the “King”. Tax law is another; the underground economy is huge. Drugs is another.

Us old stuffed shirts have to join “The Resistance”. Maybe we don’t have to blow up bridges and trains like the French did to the Nazis.

Maybe we just refuse to cooperate?

Peacefully, firmly, and, of course, picking our battles.

But all the while, burning with a “revolutionary” fire.

Remember Churchill and Solzhenitsyn

“…if you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.” -Churchill, The Second World War, vol. 1, The Gathering Storm (London: Cassell, 1948, 272, on the British guarantee to Poland in Spring 1939.

“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand? . . .” — Alexander Solzhenitsyn

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GOVERNACIDE: Who knew what when — Benghazi edition

Sunday, September 23, 2012

http://formerspook.blogspot.com/2012/09/who-knew-redux.html

Saturday, September 22, 2012
Who Knew, Redux

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It doesn’t take a foreign policy wonk to understand why the Obama Administration is so desperate to “spin” its version of how Islamic terrorists attacked the U.S. Consulate (and diplomatic safe house) in Benghazi, Libya almost two weeks ago, resulting in the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.  As the true details of that incident begin to emerge, one thing is clear: this is a security, intelligence and leadership debacle of the first magnitude.

Mr. Stevens and his colleagues didn’t have to have to die–it’s that simple.  There were warnings of a possible attack up to three days prior, from Libyan officials and Egyptian intelligence.  There are also indications that the Brits knew something was up and shared that information with us, but to no avail.  Ambassador Stevens, who reportedly told co-workers he “had a price on his head,” elected to travel to the unsecure Benghazi facility, with no dedicated security detail.  However, it is unclear if Stevens received the latest threat information before setting out for the consulate.

And, it now evident that senior U.S. officials knew the Benghazi compound was under attack as it unfolded (emphasis ours).  According to media reports, President Obama was told of the assault between 90 minutes and three hours into the incident.  He later went to bed, before the fate of Ambassador Stevens and his colleagues was determined. 

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Based on what we’re hearing, it seems likely that President Obama was in receipt of similar messages on the night our consulate was breached and Ambassador Stevens was murdered, along with three other Americans.  And, if NSA was monitoring terrorist phone calls in the run-up to the attack, there is a very real possibility that the commander-in-chief knew what was going on well before the “three hour” mark.  That possibility raises very real questions about what Mr. Obama knew, when he knew it, and his initial response to the crisis.

As Congress digs deeper into the incident, they should ask the NSA Director (General Keith Alexander) about CRITIC reporting from Libya on the night in question.  The amount of CRITIC reporting by NSA is very small–usually no more than a handful of messages a year.  It won’t be very hard to determine if any FLASH/CRITIC messages were sent to the White House that night; when the President received them, and exactly what he knew before his “command decision” to go back to bed.       

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“… real questions about what Mr. Obama knew, when he knew it, and his initial response to the crisis.”

This is what it always comes down to.

The cover up. 

The media and the talking heads roasted Bush43 on the events of 9/11.

Yet, with this, we hear nothing.

Having worked at NSA, I know how serious they are about the mission.

We spend a lot of money on Gooferment. Be nice to know if we got our moneys worth!

FOreign policy has taken a back seat to the economy.

By the way, when was the last time you heard of a Russian Ambassador being touched?

You have to be feared!

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Saturday, September 22, 2012

Who Knew, Redux

 

 

It doesn’t take a foreign policy wonk to understand why the Obama Administration is so desperate to “spin” its version of how Islamic terrorists attacked the U.S. Consulate (and diplomatic safe house) in Benghazi, Libya almost two weeks ago, resulting in the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.  As the true details of that incident begin to emerge, one thing is clear: this is a security, intelligence and leadership debacle of the first magnitude.

Mr. Stevens and his colleagues didn’t have to have to die–it’s that simple.  There were warnings of a possible attack up to three days prior, from Libyan officials and Egyptian intelligence.  There are also indications that the Brits knew something was up and shared that information with us, but to no avail.  Ambassador Stevens, who reportedly told co-workers he “had a price on his head,” elected to travel to the unsecure Benghazi facility, with no dedicated security detail.  However, it is unclear if Stevens received the latest threat information before setting out for the consulate.

And, it now evident that senior U.S. officials knew the Benghazi compound was under attack as it unfolded (emphasis ours).  According to media reports, President Obama was told of the assault between 90 minutes and three hours into the incident.  He later went to bed, before the fate of Ambassador Stevens and his colleagues was determined. 


GOVERNACIDE: Lat’s call it “Decoration Day” again; that should be the focus

Monday, May 28, 2012

http://www.downsizedc.org/blog/does-your-rep-really-believe-the-troops-are-fighting-for-freedom

May 25, 2012
Does Your Rep Really Believe the Troops Are Fighting for Freedom?
Posted by James Wilson

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Politicians send troops abroad to die. Then they bestow fake honor on them at home. It’s called Memorial Day.

Chances are EVERY member of Congress will be back in their district, pontificating and posing as a patriot, who values the sacrifice of the fallen.

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Maybe I’m a curmudgeon. Maybe I’m a cynic. Maybe I’m just a disagreeable SOB.

But I’m a vet.

And, I feel that I, and all other vets, were screwed by the political governing class.

The icon is Robert McNamara.

He knew the truth about “Viet Nam, Republic of”, but played along with the “gag”.

He confessed later on.

Too late for 55k boys who made the ultimate sacrifice because they weren’t in on the “gag”.

Ditto for WW1; Wilson’s war. Ditto for WW2; FDR’s war. Ditto for Korea; Truman’s war.

Sorry, but “We, The Sheeple” have put a stop to politician’s standing on the graves of a lot of good men and women to make their speeches.

Time to call them to account.

When the “enemy” arrives at the water’s edge, then, and only then, should we be asking the youth to defend their land.

Argh!

Un-patriotic?

Not in the least. 

Dissent is by definition patriotic.

Like Ron Paul says: “… first thing smoking coming in this direction …”!

Sorry, but I think the best way to honor Decoration Day is stop creating more graves to “decorate”.

And, the fact, that a charity has to pander on TV for funds to take care of the “wounded warriors”, is further national disgrace.

Tell me about how that’s fixed and the girls and boys aren’t wasting their blood, then you can celebrate “Memorial Day”.

Argh! To the n-th power.

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GOVERNACIDE: “Prostitute-gate” gets a bigger reaction than “Fast and Furious”

Thursday, May 3, 2012

http://ncc-1776.org/tle2012/tle668-20120429-01.html

Another Letter from A.X. Perez

Anyone who has any doubt about the pro administration bias of the media or the anti gun bias of our media need only look at the current Secret Service scandal. I may be mistaken but it seems to me that over the last two weeks the news have given more time to the fuss created by Secret Service agents trying to cheat prostitutes out of their pay than it has given the Gunwalker Scandal over the last two years.

Anyone who pays attention to things will note that more people have been fired, reprimanded, or allowed to quit over cheapskate gate (doesn’t even rate caps) than have been punished over Operation Fast and Furious. Apparently the Government “error” which caused the deaths of some two hundred or so Mexican citizens, plus American citizens killed because they were visiting kin in Mexico, plus at least two American Law Enfocement agents is less noteworthy than Secret Service agents defrauding whores.

A.X. Perez

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After all “Fast and Furious” only killed a few hundred people that we know about. “Prostitute-gate” allows them to rip the conservative white-male organization as part of the “war on women”. 

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GOVERNACIDE: Returning vets not the only one suiciding

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

The Air Force’s Near-Silent Epidemic
via In From the Cold by George Smiley on 1/29/12

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It’s no secret: amid the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S. military was also waging a third battle, trying to stem a suicide epidemic within the ranks. I

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“I’ve had everyone from junior personnel to senior leaders tell me they wouldn’t trust anyone at certain bases,” the retired Chief observed. “That is an alarming statement since trust is the foundation, cornerstone and capstone of fixing the problem. If I don’t trust you as a leader, I’m sure as hell ain’t going to share any personal information with you.”

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Unpublicized?

How can you possibly “get in front of it”? My experience with such was a boss at AT&T who suicided. Catholic. Two boys high school age. Nice guy. Making great money. NO ONE suspected it. He just did it. From time to time, when I hear about a suicide, I think of him. Still don’t understand why. :-(

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GOVERNACIDE;

Friday, January 6, 2012

http://bigpeace.com/jbernard/2011/12/29/the-united-states-government-is-being-willfuly-ignorant-in-the-current-middle-eastern-war/

The United States Government’s Willful Ignorance Is Costing Soldiers’ Lives
Posted by John Bernard, 1st Sgt. USMC (ret.)
Dec 29th 2011 at 5:23 pm

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To that end, it has been my contention that this administration, the past administration and the entire upper end structure of the military machine has failed miserably. Not only have they chosen the wrong strategy to achieve a definable victory for their nation, they chose one that has been disproportionately brutal for our forces while providing cover for the enemy and the population that has proven over and over again to be untrustworthy.

History has defined and will continue to define only a miniscule number of opportunities for a theater-wide application of the precepts of Counterinsurgency Doctrine to have been efficacious. Even a casual glance at the human terrain in either Iraq or Afghanistan, with Syria and Iran to possibly follow, should have given the critical thinker everything they needed to adequately keep COIN under lock and key in the vault of terrible ideas.

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First of all, if someone can point me toward the ongoing, public record of support for America in either of these operations or the public record of Muslim denunciation of the actions of the “terrorist” or “radicalized” Muslim or Jihad as a war doctrine, Taqiyya as a deceptive practice with the intent of keeping the enemy off balance, please show me?

The clear evidence only suggests groups as defined by those who willingly strap on bombs and those who do not. Unfortunately, we know that from within the second group comes the financial and spiritual support for the first.

Suggesting you can parse these two and do harm to one while garnering support for said harm from the “moderates” simply misses the truth about religion – all religion!

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We watch the wanton destruction of human life by the forces of Islam and the associated silence from the “moderates” every day. Is it the contention of those who submit to the “two Islams” vision that we should continue to assume the best of a people whose religion is belligerent to non-believers?

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The First Sargent correctly imho distills the “problem” into the concept: “It not what we think, it’s what it is that counts.”

Their “moderates” support their “extremists”.

Any failure to recognize this fact in policy, strategy, or tactics dooms us to failure. And, failure, in this case, translates into dead human beings. Soldiers and civilians on both sides are lost due to the stupidity of our leadership. Or lack there of.

We need to get the girls and boys out of the fire zone until we figure it out.

“We, The Sheeple” learned nothing from Viet Nam.

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GOVERNACIDE: American soldier has died in southern Iraq

Friday, April 29, 2011

http://original.antiwar.com/updates/2011/04/28/thursday-39-iraqis-killed-51-wounded

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110428/ap_on_re_mi_ea/ml_iraq_us_casualties

– Thu Apr 28, 7:08 am ET

BAGHDAD – The U.S. military says an American soldier has died in southern Iraq in a non-combat related incident.

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GOVERNACIDE: The USA never learns from past mistakes

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2011/04/16/u-s-failed-to-learn-from-conquest-of-philippines-historian-says/

U.S. Failed To Learn From Conquest of Philippines, Historian Says
April 16, 2011 posted by Veterans Today
Unintelligent Design
By Professor Michael Chesson

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David R. Kohler (a Navy special warfare officer) and James W. Wensyel’s (a retired U.S. Army officer) essay, “America’s First Southeast Asian War” (1990), explains that the U.S. plunged into a war that would see 200,000 American soldiers sent to the Pacific, with 125,000 actually serving in the Philippines, and suffering 7,000 casualties.

About 15,000 to 20,000 Filipino rebels were killed, along with more than 200,000 civilians, all too easily dismissed as what would today be called collateral damage. There were mounting atrocities on both sides. The Americans used various forms of torture, including water boarding, to interrogate captured rebels. Though a few officers were court-martialed for sanctioning torture, their punishment was light. Our generals adopted a fortified hamlet strategy, free fire zones, and destruction of crops in the countryside to deny the rebels food.

Aguinaldo’s guerrilla tactics dragged out the war and made it one of attrition. His men received no outside help, despite pleas to Japan, because the U. S. Navy blockaded the islands. Our troops, with some exceptions, were better armed, fed, and supplied. America won the war, but paid a terrible price, the worst part of which was that neither our military nor civilian leadership seemed to have learned anything about the challenges of jungle fighting against a resolute foe supported by the local population at the end of a logistical chain ten thousand miles long. The lessons were forgotten, to be relearned in Vietnam sixty years later.

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And, relearned in Afpak, Iraq, Libya, and a thousand other places.

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GOVERNACIDE: One sailor “in a non-combat incident” is just as lost

Thursday, April 21, 2011

http://original.antiwar.com/updates/2011/04/20/wednesday-1-us-soldier-8-iraqis-killed-30-iraqis-wounded

Wednesday: 1 US Soldier, 8 Iraqis Killed; 30 Iraqis Wounded
by Margaret Griffis, April 20, 2011

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At least eight Iraqis were killed and 30 more were wounded in new attacks. Also, one U.S. sailor was killed in a non-combat incident.

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Who knows what?

But I do know that that sailor shouldn’t have been there.

Bring all the boys and girl home now.

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GOVERNACIDE: Shouldn’t we examine the system that enabled this to happen?

Sunday, April 17, 2011

http://www.8newsnow.com/story/14422802/breaking-news-woman-dead-after-undergoing-butt-enhancement

Arrest Report: Woman Died After Undergoing Buttocks Enhancement
POSTED: APR 11, 2011 12:58 PM
UPDATED: APR 11, 2011 6:55 PM
By Melissa Duran, Reporter – email

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LAS VEGAS — A woman died Saturday night after undergoing a medical procedure from two people who are now facing murder charges.

Police say the incident took place at a small office near east Charleston Boulevard and Palm Street. The victim, 42-year-old Elena Caro, arrived Saturday for a buttocks enhancement, but was pronounced dead at a hospital hours later.

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So much for the vaunted Gooferment protection.

All the regulations, all the inspectors, and all the laws couldn’t save this poor woman from her own bad decision.

Now, I am sure, that everyone will “blame the victim”.

And, there is some blame for her in this incident.

But, shouldn’t we examine the system that enabled it to happen?

The Gooferment controlled by the AMA, Big Insurance, and Big Pharma, keeps prices high by restricting supply. So what are poor people, without insurance, without money, supposed to do?

Go to the “shade tree mechanics”. The back alley doctors. The con artists.

Could she have been fooled by the illusion of respectability?

And, what did the Gooferment do to prevent this from happening? I bet there were all sorts of tell taale warning signs. I bet various agencies have “inspectors” on the payroll “vigorously” “Inspecting”.

Deregulate healthcare and train the Sheeple to do their own “inspecting”!

It’ll be cheaper and we’ll all be better off.

Gooferment is truly the meme that kills.

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GOVERNACIDE: What counts?

Saturday, September 18, 2010

http://www.lewrockwell.com/spl2/gold-price-breakout.html

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The soldier death count is another statistical deception. The actual death count is at least triple the official number posted by the US Military. The official count is of soldiers who died on Iraqi soil, not those who were moved to hospitals outside of Iraq, like other Persian Gulf nations, a ship on the Gulf itself or the Mediterranean Sea, or even Germany.

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You may want to at least be aware of this item.

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GOVERNACIDE: FIVE dead!

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20100831/D9HUEJ000.html

5 American troops killed in latest Afghan violence
Aug 31, 7:37 AM (ET)
By RAHIM FAIEZ

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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – Five U.S. troops were killed by roadside bombs and insurgent fire in southern and eastern Afghanistan on Tuesday, the latest casualties in a particularly bloody spell that has left 19 service members dead since Saturday.

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Exit strategy?

Just leave.

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GOVERNACIDE: Seven!

Sunday, August 29, 2010

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20100829/D9HT5OJ80.html

7 US troops killed in latest Afghanistan fighting
Aug 29, 9:10 AM (ET)
By CHRISTOPHER BODEEN

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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – Seven U.S. troops have died in weekend attacks in Afghanistan’s embattled southern and eastern regions, while officials found the bodies Sunday of five kidnapped campaign aides working for a female candidate in the western province of Herat.

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Sadly reported.

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GOVERNACIDE: One of our troops killed!

Sunday, August 22, 2010

http://original.antiwar.com/updates/2010/08/22/sunday-1-us-soldier-4-iraqis-killed-43-iraqis-wounded

Sunday: 1 US Soldier, 4 Iraqis Killed; 43 Iraqis Wounded
by Margaret Griffis, August 22, 2010

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The first U.S. soldier to die since the withdrawal of combat troops this week was killed in during a rocket attack in Basra today. At least four Iraqis were killed and 43 more were wounded in other attacks.

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Great withdrawal plan!

Leave targets!!!

“Mission Accomplished”?

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GOVERNACIDE: Here comes Sarah’s predicted “death panels”

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/7948878/US-breast-cancer-drug-decision-marks-start-of-death-panels.html

US breast cancer drug decision ‘marks start of death panels’
America’s health watchdog is considering revoking its approval of the drug Avastin for use on women with advanced breast cancer, leading to accusations that it will mark the start of ‘death panel’ drug rationing.
By Nick Allen, in Los Angeles and Andrew Hough
Published: 10:07PM BST 16 Aug 2010

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Avastin, the world’s best selling cancer drug, is primarily used to treat colon cancer and was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in 2008 for use on women with breast cancer that has spread.

It costs $8,000 (£5,000) a month and is given to about 17,500 women in the US a year. The drug was initially approved after a study found that, by preventing blood flow to tumours, it extended the amount of time until the disease worsened by more than five months. However, two new studies have shown that the drug may not even extend life by an extra month.

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Every one sneered at Sarah for “death panels”. However it appears she was right. It’s one thing if a patient decides to forego the drug. Even if it’s just that they don’t have the money. But, when politicians and bureaucrats make decisions based on money, it doubtful that this is in our best interests.

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GOVERNACIDE: I’m stunned at the ignorance of some and the insensitivity of others

Monday, August 9, 2010

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/afghanistan/7931862/British-doctor-and-nine-others-killed-in-Afghanistan-ambush.html

British doctor and nine others killed in Afghanistan ambush
A British doctor, Dr Karen Woo, was among ten aid workers ambushed and shot dead by gunmen in a remote area of northern Afghanistan, it emerged today.
By Andrew Alderson and Ben Farmer in Kabul
Published: 1:44PM BST 07 Aug 2010

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A British doctor, Dr Karen Woo, was among ten aid workers ambushed and shot dead by gunmen in a remote area of northern Afghanistan, it emerged today.

The body of Dr Woo, whose family came from Stevenage, Hertfordshire, was found on Friday next to three bullet-riddled four-wheel drive vehicles.

The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack, which also claimed the lives of six Americans, a German and two Afghan interpreters. The attack happened in the Kuran Wa Munjan district of Badakhshan province in Afghanistan.

It is understood that the victims were lined up, robbed and shot dead with AK-47 rifles. “Yesterday (Friday) at around 8am, one of our patrols confronted a group of foreigners. They were Christian missionaries and we killed them all,” said Zabihullah Mujahed, a spokesman for the Taliban.

Dr Woo was returning to Kabul after working in an eye clinic in the Nuristan province when her convoy was attacked. She had previously worked for private health care firm Bupa before she decided to do aid work in Afghanistan. Her parents and two brothers were too upset to comment on her death.

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“An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind.” Gandhi

I’d say a plague on their house. And, walk away.

I’m touched by the human suffering. But only the folks there can upset the apple cart.

Clearly, the Taliban don’t want any help. So we should pull back. And, if they stick there head up to hurt us, then we help them back to the stone age “dog eat dog prison” that they have created. That means no “diplomatic” trips to NYC, London, or Paris. No personal foreign bank accounts. They’re in a jail; that we don’t have to pay for.

And we can use the power of Marque and Reprisal! (Think of a “get out of jail free” card and a “dead or alive” wanted poster with “alive” crossed out.

“We, The People” have to direct our representatives to get the hell out of this mess and save some lives.

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GOVERNACIDE: One of our soldiers dies

Sunday, August 8, 2010

http://original.antiwar.com/updates/2010/08/08/sunday-40-iraqis-1-us-soldier-killed-109-iraqis-wounded

Sunday: 40 Iraqis, 1 US Soldier Killed; 109 Iraqis Wounded by Margaret Griffis, August 08, 2010

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Although Anbar province took the brunt of today’s attacks, Baghdad and Mosul also saw a surge in violence. At least 40 Iraqis were killed and 109 more were wounded in those and a few other attacks. An American soldier died of unknown causes in Babel province as well. Meanwhile, the death toll in yesterday’s massive triple bombing in Basra rose to 43 dead; about 185 others were wounded.

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Sadly!

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GOVERNACIDE: Three U.S. troops died

Friday, July 30, 2010

July is deadliest month of Afghan war for US

Bombs ‘kill three foreign troops’ in Afghanistan

By ROBERT H. REID, Associated Press Writer

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KABUL, Afghanistan – Three U.S. troops died in blasts in Afghanistan, bringing the death toll for July to at least 63 and surpassing the previous month’s record as the deadliest for American forces in the nearly 9-year-old war.

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Completely unacceptable!

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GOVERNACIDE: 2 American troops missing in eastern Afghanistan

Saturday, July 24, 2010

http://apnews.myway.com//article/20100724/D9H5H0S00.html

2 American troops missing in eastern Afghanistan
Jul 24, 12:10 PM (ET)
By ROBERT H. REID

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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – Two U.S. troops are missing in eastern Afghanistan, a military official said Saturday. An Afghan official said one may have been killed and the other captured by the Taliban.

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Prayers that they come home safe!

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GOVERNACIDE: 1 US Soldier Killed

Friday, July 23, 2010

http://original.antiwar.com/updates/2010/07/21/wednesday-16-iraqis-killed-32-wounded/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+antiwar-original+%28Antiwar.com+Original+Articles%29

Wednesday: 40 Iraqis, 1 US Soldier Killed; 64 Iraqis Wounded
by Margaret Griffis, July 21, 2010
Updated at 8:24 p.m. EDT, July 21, 2010

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At least 40 Iraqis were killed 64 more were wounded in various attacks across the country. The worst violence collapsed a building in Diyala province, which has suffered several attacks in the last few days. A U.S. soldier was also killed in Diyala when a roadside bomb blated his vehicle.

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Pisses me off that this doesn’t get more publicity!

Wake up, Sheeple, we need these boys and girls home. Now!

Ron Paul WAS the only true anti-war candidate with a plan (i.e., cut and run). We’ve made a very bad mistake. Let’s recognize it and staunch the bleeding. Sorry to our friends and allies. Apologies to our enemies. Time to retreat. Discretion is the best form of valor.

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GOVERNACIDE: Gooferment has to be charged with these due to inattention to detail

Sunday, July 18, 2010

http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_upshot/20100716/us_yblog_upshot/record-number-of-u-s-soldiers-commited-suicide-last-month

Fri Jul 16, 11:34 am ET
Army suicides hit record number in June
By Liz Goodwin

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Thirty-two soldiers took their own lives last month, the most Army suicides in a single month since the Vietnam era. Eleven of the soldiers were not on active duty. Of the 21 who were, seven were serving in Iraq or Afghanistan, the Department of Defense said.

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This is a terrible finding. I can guess at what maybe the cause: PTSD, financial problems, marital problems, “sandbox rage”, or even just the trauma of a buddy getting killed, maimed, or injured. Whatever the reason, a nation, if it was truly grateful for these people’s service, then there would be a Herculean effort in finding the cause and dealing with it.

I suspect that other than a few dedicated individuals in the Gooferment, this would like to be forgotten. I’d expect the VFW, AmLegion, AmVets, and the DAV to be leading the charge.

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GOVERNACIDE: Afghan attacks kill 8 US soldiers in 24 hours

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/as_afghanistan;_ylt=AjnENmqqMzCz1zc6CAJqNims0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTNlYWN2b2ZsBGFzc2V0A2FwLzIwMTAwNzE0L2FzX2FmZ2hhbmlzdGFuBGNjb2RlA21vc3Rwb3B1bGFyBGNwb3MDMgRwb3MDNwRwdANob21lX2Nva2UEc2VjA3luX3RvcF9zdG9yeQRzbGsDYWZnaGFuYXR0YWNr

http://tinyurl.com/2b26nou

Afghan attacks kill 8 US soldiers in 24 hours

By MIRWAIS KHAN, Associated Press Writer Mirwais Khan, Associated Press Writer – 50 mins ago

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KANDAHAR, Afghanistan – Eight American troops died in attacks in southern Afghanistan, including a car bombing and gunfight outside a police compound in Kandahar, officials said Wednesday as the Taliban push back against a coalition effort to secure the volatile region.

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Bring the troops home.

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