Heroes among usSubmitted by runforron on Thu, 10/08/2009 - 08:35
A real hero came home in September. First Lt. Ehren Watada the first officer to refuse the illegitimate Iraq war was released after a long battle with the Pentagon. Another hero, Cindy Sheehan, was imprisoned in October for leading a protest against the Middle Eastern Wars. Many heroes were terrorized at the G20 meeting in Pittsburgh while world leaders planned the death of our now past global reserve currency, the U.S. dollar. More heroes are making signs and protesting a government bent on stealing what international trade agreements haven't already plundered.
Villains attach anti-freedom bills to passed bills, do not know where
our tax money has been spent, do not read bills before voting, and
they want international government control over our lives. Their
oblivious followers still cheer them on.
Republicans voted for the war and the first bailout before the
Democrats voted to continue the war and the second bailout. Both
disregard the International Atomic Energy Agency named Israel the
biggest Middle Eastern threat and have not found any nuclear bombs in Iran. They have not acknowledged a majority of the original 9/11 commission call their own report a misleading whitewash.
Villains sacrificed American freedom for a one world government. The United States internet system ICANN ceded control to the UN September 30. The International Monetary Fund will issue the new global reserve currency instead of U.S. Dollars. The World Health Organization declared a world state of emergency for the mostly harmless swine flu while many heroes are protesting the dangerously rushed vaccines. The armed forces have been policing America since last year’s financial crisis and have asked for 400,000 more troops in violation of the Posse Commitatus act.
The real heroes will be protesting totalitarian lies. Their only enemy
is the apathy and party tribalism we have been programmed to accept.