I am all for supporting our troops, you know. And I think most highly of any person who'd be willing to actually die to save my sorry ass. However, by the same values, I do not and can not support wanton and eagerly performed murder. These people have a very unpleasant aura... the childlike "oh please, please let me kill them all"... the desire to kill so embedded and strong that cameras turn into rifles and rocket launchers... the assumption that every individual, even kids, is evil and guilty and a participant in their fantasy world, a world that serves only nasty NWO politics and oil corporations and the miilitary-inustrial death profiteers... no... I can not support that. Sorry.
The only real way we can support our troops... really support them... is to bring them all... all... home!
Wikileak'd Video Shows Eager To Kill Troops Firing on Reuters Reporters and Children
Pentagon cover-up expands to demonize whistleblower for leak
Aaron Dykes & Alex Jones
April 6, 2010
War is a known entity in its capacity to warp the value of life for those involved. Dehumanization takes many forms, but few examples are more visceral and enraging than this leaked video of an Apache helicopter opening fire on a group of Iraqi civilians in 2007, at least two of whom turned out to be crew members for Reuters. Two children were injured, or possibly killed, as passengers in a van also fired upon when it pulled up to rescue a wounded man trying to crawl away.
This is video the Pentagon never wanted the public to see. As Alex Jones explains, it is yet another damning piece of evidence showing how far into darkness and evil we have fallen in the United States. It is not only the warhawks who coerce us into wars based on lies, or the individual soldiers who commit crimes and kill without conscience, it is also the easy-going supporters of the establishment and passive public who allow the wars, and their accompanying atrocities, to go on and on. Until we stand up to stop it, we are allowing it to perpetuate and worsen.
Wikileaks covers the Collateral Murder video, released April 5.
WikiLeaks has released a classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad — including two Reuters news staff. Reuters has been trying to obtain the video through the Freedom of Information Act, without success since the time of the attack. The video, shot from an Apache helicopter gun-site, clearly shows the unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers. Two young children involved in the rescue were also seriously wounded. For further information please visit the special project website www.collateralmurder.com.
(read full article here http://www.infowars.com/wikileakd-vid...
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