Are heroes really extremists? Our federal government seems to think so. But can extremism in the defense of liberty be a crime?
Again, our government seems to feel that way since they sentenced one extremist/hero, Bradley Manning, to 35 years in prison.
By re-definition, extremism has come to mean exposing governmental crimes. You see, part of what Army Private Manning uncovered and made publicwas America’s torturing of human beings and our soldiers laughing as they killed innocent civilians – men, women, and children shot dead in cold blood.
Navy Captain David Moulton, a forensic psychiatrist testifying in Manning’s defense, told the military court, “Manning was under the impression that his leaked information was going to really change how the world views the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and future wars actually.”
Sadly, Private Manning had no concept of just how apathetic most of the American public is toward the plight of others.
Even though Private Manning now plans to live his life in prison as a woman, named Chelsea, and seek hormone therapy, there are those who believe he is still far more of a man than the “men” who are leading our country into a totalitarian state.
Can there be any more obvious proof of the oppressive nature of our central government exercising their power in such a cruel and arbitrary way than the sentencing of our hero, Private Manning, to 35 years in prison?
Former Congressman Ron Paul pointed out that yes Manning broke a law (as tyrannical as that law is), but he has already served enough prison time. To make Manning serve any more time is indeed cruel and arbitrary.
Where is the person in our government who would so forfeit their life to the stifling world of a penitentiary in defense of their country as Private Manning has?
The sad truth of the matter is most of our civilian “leaders” have not ever served one day in our armed forces. And yet, these very same leaders send our young men to foreign soils to engage in illegal wars of aggression.
To make matters even worse, our poor excuses for leaders are now drugging our troops with deadly and mood altering drugs, psychotropics, dangerous vaccines, and various experimental chemicals.
Some of our combat soldiers now laugh when their buddies die, laugh when they shoot dogs, old ladies, or even children.
Apparently blood, gore, misery, and death can be a big joke with enough pharmaceutical chemicals in your system.
Army Staff Sergeant Joe Biggs has disclosed how he witnessed soldiers in Afghanistan being given Percocet, a prescription painkiller based on oxycodone, a Schedule II narcotic analgesic, derived from opium.
Perhaps you will recall it was oxycodone that media shill Rush Limbaugh illegally obtained and became addicted to.
Our soldiers and Marines are not only being turned into psychopaths and drug addicts, they have been made to guard the poppy fields of Afghanistan.
According to Pete Santilli, “We spend trillions on war and jeopardize the lives of our young troops so that the CIA can continue their mission to traffic heroin.”
It seems that the US government is not keen on heroes, but they do like their heroin.
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights tells us that “prior to the Iraq war, American soldiers in combat zones did not take any psychiatric medication” – by 2007, “more than 20,000 troops were taking [secretly dangerous] antidepressants and sleeping pills.
From school children to combat soldiers our federal government is allowing an alien force to rob our youth (and everyone else) of their essence – their elan vital, their life force, their life energy, their divine energy, the energy peculiar and essential to a vibrant life worth living.
Facts often sound like theories to a person who is unaware of those things that are indisputably the case. Nevertheless, there is a difference between a fact and a theory.
An international petition with well over 100,000 signatures is urging the Norwegian Nobel Committee to bestow the coveted Nobel Peace Prize to Pfc. Bradley Manning. If warmongers can win this prize, certainly our peaceful hero should be allowed to do so.
But where is the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community when we need them most?
Are you man enough to save our first national transgender hero, Mr. Obama, with a simple presidential pardon?
Be an extremist, sir, and do the heroic thing – pardon Chelsea Manning.
Then go to work on giving Edward Snowden his life back in our country – the United States of America.
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