GOVERNACIDE: Another Benghazi factoid I didn’t know about!

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2016/09/11/what-benghazi-attack-taught-me-about-hillary-clinton.html

STATE DEPARTMENT
What the Benghazi attack taught me about Hillary Clinton
By Gregory N. Hicks  Published September 11, 2016  FoxNews.com 

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U.S. law also requires the secretary of state to ensure that all U.S. government personnel assigned to a diplomatic post abroad be located at one site. If not, the secretary — and only the secretary — with the concurrence of the agency head whose personnel will be located at a different location, must issue a waiver. The law, which states specifically that the waiver decision cannot be delegated, was passed after the 1998 bombing of two U.S. embassies in Africa, when deficient security was blamed for that debacle under Bill Clinton’s presidency.

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After all this time, here comes yet another factoid that I don’t think was well known.

While I don’t think Congress — or any “committee” — can “legislate” tactics, it does seem clear that they can insist on the proper level of decision making on certain “hot topics” or high risk sites of previous disasters.

Argh!

Do politicians and bureaucrats EVER learn?

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GOVERNACIDE: The Gooferment kills its citizens!

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

http://listverse.com/2016/07/15/top-10-little-known-facts-about-alcohol/

Top 10 Little-Known Facts About Alcohol
ADAM R. RAMOS JULY 15, 2016

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1. The Federal Poisoning Plan

Between December 25 and 27, 1926, the city of New York saw 31 alcohol-related deaths and countless others desperately ill. What was originally speculated as your typical alcohol poisoning turned out to be far more disturbing given that the deaths were courtesy of the US government.

When Prohibition took effect in 1920, law enforcement began denaturing industrial alcohol by adding toxic chemicals. This plan was conducted with the hopes of deterring people from re-purifying the liquid so that it could be consumed. As time passed and the speakeasies and underground bars flourished, the anti-drinking forces in the government developed a new denaturing process that would make industrial-grade alcohol twice as poisonous.

TIME magazine noted in a 1927 article that three ordinary drinks of this concoction created by the government would cause blindness. Government officials stated that the individuals who consumed the alcohol did it under their own free will, and the act was therefore nothing short of a deliberate suicide. The government insisted that they held no responsibility. Prohibition came to an end five years later, and by that time, the actions of the United States government had claimed the lives of at least 10,000 people.

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Why do we trust the Government in any way?

They should be disbelieved on principle.

They should be kept barefoot, weak, and starved for resources.

They should be restricted to their proper role (i.e., nightwatchman; referee; minimalistic powers).

Argh!

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GOVERNACIDE: Agent Orange and multi-generational effects

Monday, June 27, 2016

https://psmag.com/a-fathers-war-a-son-s-toxic-inheritance-2eb6f511cef0#.sq0mcbynn

Recommended by Medium Staff and 118 others
Pacific Standard
A Father’s War, a Son’s Toxic InheritanceStephen Katz’s estranged father was exposed to Agent Orange in Vietnam. Now the photographer wonders if that caused his own health problems.
By Stephen M. Katz

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The package also delivered a warning: A handwritten note attached to a stack of Veterans Affairs medical records. During the war, before I was born, Al had sprayed Agent Orange along riverbanks in Vietnam, often soaking his uniform in the herbicide. The exposure, he wrote, had caused him serious health problems, including a neurological disorder, and he believed it also might have harmed me.

My mind raced as I thought of my own troubled medical history. A heart defect diagnosed at birth. An underactive thyroid. Problems with my nervous and immune systems. More recently, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and a nerve disorder that severely limits the use of my right hand.

I’m now 46. A lean 6-foot–2 and 190 pounds. I don’t smoke. I try to eat healthy. But the number of pills I swallow every day would make you think I’m twice that age. As a teenager, I was sick so often, I joked that my healthy brother and I couldn’t be related. He’d been born before the war, before Agent Orange.“There really is nothing that can be done now, as far as I know,” Al had written in 2009, “except be aware of the ravages of A.O.”

What my father didn’t know was that I’d already become familiar with Agent Orange and its consequences.

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When I read this I shudder at the human casualties caused by this “weapon”.

Talk about “friendly fire” and “collateral damage”.

At the very least, the damage should be assessed.

Argh!

So sad.

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GOVERNACIDE: TWA800 is a national disgrace

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/06/twa_800_what_the_cia_did_to_witness_571_mike_wire.html

June 9, 2016
TWA 800: What the CIA Did to Mike Wire, Witness 571
By Mike Wire

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I do not know who generated this false interview to fit their scenario, but I stand by my original approved statement made to agent Lash. No other statement exists as there were none. The CIA built its case-closing animation around an interview that never took place. I would learn later that the CIA manufactured interviews with several other key witnesses.

This whole experience has left me disillusioned with the FBI, disillusioned with the CIA, and totally disillusioned with the news media that bought this whole story without ever questioning it — even after the truth about the fake interviews had become impossible to deny.

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Some one decided that it would be best if “We, The Sheeple” remained asleep.

Imagine the uproar if (1) this was terrorist attack; or (2) a Gooferment blunder.

My money is on Gooferment blunder by the Navy. Based on other items that I’ve cited before.

But, a terrorist can’t be rolled out. 

If it was a terrorist, then why haven’t we seen more of these style accounts. I can’t imagine that terrorists wouldn’t brag or repeat.

So how do we distill the truth.

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GOVERNACIDE: Why Lincoln is my worst?

Friday, June 3, 2016

http://www.independent.org/publications/tir/article.asp?a=79

Book Title:   The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War  
  Author:  Thomas J. DiLorenzo  
  Published:  Roseville, Calif.: Forum/Prima, 2002.  
  Price:  $10.47 (paperback)  
  Pages:  Pp. xiii, 333.  
  Reviewer:  Richard M. Gamble  
  Affiliation:   Palm Beach Atlantic University  
  This book review appeared in the Spring 2003 issue of The Independent Review

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In ten concise chapters, DiLorenzo attempts to demythologize Lincoln’s reputation as the humanitarian benefactor of the slaves and the judicious statesman who preserved, protected, and defended the Union and the Constitution in their hour of greatest crisis. With the flair and passion of a prosecuting attorney delivering closing arguments to a hostile jury, he exposes Lincoln’s embarrassing views on race, his ambition for economic nationalism, his rewriting of the history of the founding of the nation, his cavalier violation of constitutional limits on the presidency, and his willingness to wage a barbaric total war to achieve his ends. DiLorenzo argues that Lincoln opened the gates of war and plunged his fellow countrymen, North and South, into four years of misery and death not to preserve the Union as it was or to free the slaves, but to advance his own, his party’s, and his constituency’s power. In many ways, The Real Lincoln is a sobering study in power and corruption.

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Recently, I was having a chat with Jake from AL401 — not jake from State Farm but from American Legion Post 401 in NJ https://www.facebook.com/Lt-John-Farnkopf-American-Legion-Post-401-381068681922584/?fref=ts — about the “worst presidents”. 

He was incredulous that I was saying Lincoln.

So here’s a reference for my thoughts.

https://reinkefaceslife.com/my-worst-presidents/

So I stand by my opinion.

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GOVERNACIDE: Aghh, bureaucrats are just that!

Friday, April 22, 2016

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/04/22/dashcam-video-shows-fla-deputies-debating-whether-to-rescue-girls-from-stolen-car-in-pond.html?intcmp=hpbt3

The bureaucrats did a “great” job!

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GOVERNACIDE: This was a revenge murder by the police

Sunday, December 20, 2015

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2015/12/william-norman-grigg/rescuers-death-squad/

When “Rescuers” Become a Death Squad: The Killing of Michael Funk
By William Norman Grigg Pro Liberate Blog
December 16, 2015

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The only casualty of an hours-long SWAT raid and hostage situation in Neenah, Wisconsin on December 5 was Michael Funk, a disabled Vietnam veteran who was a party to a $50 million civil rights suit against the same department that killed him. Funk and three other plaintiffs filed that suit seeking compensation for harm they suffered in a SWAT raid at the same location three years earlier.

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Very convenient.

Read the whole story and you’ll see that Gooferment is the problem.

I’m not sure how you can clean up this mess, but taking away the “military toys” would certainly be a first step.

Argh!

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