US – Memorial Day Apostates


A commonsense look at the reality of today’s wars, their futility, even their evil, their lack of justification and the widespread, catastrophic damage done at home and abroad.

“A compilation of just a few of those who do not toe the official line of  “so that we could be free.””

The Middle East wars were not unavoidable or necessary conflicts. The reverse, in fact. They were deliberately started and not for the reasons claimed. These facts are obvious to clear-thinking, unbiassed commentators yet seem to elude the general public.

“Here are some numbers to remember this Memorial Day: Although only 1 percent of Americans have served during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, former service members represent 20 percent of suicides in the United States — 18 veterans kill themselves everyday. Close to a million veterans currently have pending disability claims.

“Military personnel know America will always have a military, but there is growing concern over the way it is being used,”  “the use of torture, illegal detentions, and both soldiers and the public being lied to about the actual reasons for going into combat.””

 

 

Yet, the madness continues onwards, seemingly unstoppable.  Iran, Syria and into Africa – the quest for outside control of sovereign countries leaves a trail of bodies, crippled lives and physical devestation that is unforgivable and no one is brought to account.

This post, when followed through to the source, deserves to be read thoroughly.

About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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