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VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« on: August 26, 2009, 04:49:14 pm »
VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives

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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2009, 04:57:35 pm »
NWO puppet beauraucrats targeting US troops for control/extermination
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?board=397.0


Depleted Uranium
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?board=385.0


PTSD, SSRI, Prozac, Zoloft
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?board=311.0


Lt. Watada and other brave military men
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?board=343.0
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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2009, 04:59:49 pm »
Rape fears lead women soldiers to suicide, death
http://www.vermontguardian.com/dailies/022006/020806.shtml
posted February 8, 2006


NEW YORK — U.S. female soldiers in Iraq were assaulted or raped by male soldiers in the women’s latrines, and an alarming number committed suicide, Col. Janis Karpinski reportedly testified before an international human rights commission of inquiry last month.

“Because the women were in fear of getting up in the darkness [to go to the latrine], they were not drinking liquids after 3 or 4 in the afternoon,” Karpinski testified, according to a report on Truthout.org. “In the 100 degree heat, they were dying of dehydration in their sleep.”

Karpinski’s testimony was reported by Margorie Cohn, a professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law and president-elect of the National Lawyers Guild who writes a weekly column for the website.

Cohn wrote that she presented Karpinski’s testimony at the International Commission of Inquiry on Crimes Against Humanity Committed by the Bush Administration, which convened Jan. 20-22 at Riverside Church.

The latrine for female soldiers at Camp Victory wasn’t located near their barracks, so they had to go outside if they needed to use the bathroom, Karpinski told retired U.S. Army Col. David Hackworth in a September 2004 interview, Cohn reported. “There were no lights near any of their facilities, so women were doubly easy targets in the dark of the night.” It was there that male soldiers assaulted and raped women soldiers.

Karpinski testified that a surgeon for the coalition’s joint task force said in a briefing that “women in fear of getting up in the hours of darkness to go out to the port-a-lets or the latrines were not drinking liquids after 3 or 4 in the afternoon, and in 120 degree heat or warmer, because there was no air-conditioning at most of the facilities, they were dying from dehydration in their sleep.”

“And rather than make everybody aware of that — because that’s shocking, and as a leader if that’s not shocking to you then you’re not much of a leader — what they told the surgeon to do is don’t brief those details anymore. And don’t say specifically that they’re women. You can provide that in a written report but don’t brief it in the open anymore.”

Karpinski said Maj. Gen. Walter Wojdakowski, the top deputy to Lt. Gen Ricardo Sanchez, the former senior U.S. military commander in Iraq, saw dehydration listed as the cause of death on the death certificate of a female master sergeant in September 2003. Under orders from Sanchez, Wojdakowski directed that the cause of death no longer be listed. The official explanation for this was to protect the women’s privacy rights, she said.

Sanchez’s attitude was: “The women asked to be here, so now let them take what comes with the territory,” Karpinski quoted him as saying. Karpinski told Cohn that Sanchez, who was her boss, was very sensitive to the political ramifications of everything he did, Cohn reported.

“It was out of control,” Karpinski told a group of students at Thomas Jefferson School of Law last October, according to the Truthout report. Although there was a toll-free number women could use to report sexual assaults, no one had a phone, and no one answered the U.S. number when it was called. Any woman who successfully connected to it would get a recording.

Even after more than 83 incidents were reported during a six-month period in Iraq and Kuwait, the 24-hour rape hot line was still answered by a machine that told callers to leave a message, Karpinski told Cohn.

Karpinski, a brigadier general, was assigned to Iraq in July 2003 to oversee 17 prison facilities including Abu Ghraib. She was demoted to colonel after news broke of the prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib when the prison was under her command. Karpinski subsequently resigned from the military, and in October she published a book, One Woman’s Army, the Commanding General of Abu Ghraib Tells Her Story, in which she claims the prisoner abuses were carried out under orders from Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.

The commission in New York heard testimony from Karpinski and others about indefinite detention, rendition for torture, destruction of the environment, attacks on public health and reproductive rights, and actions and inactions leading up to and following Hurricane Katrina, Cohn wrote.

Harry Belafonte, a participant and keynote speaker, said, “When a government fails to protect justice it is the responsibility of the people to rise up and change the guard, change the regime. Those who fail to answer that call should be charged with patriotic treason.”
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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2009, 05:31:28 pm »
Make sure everyone cuts and paste this clip to those people that have a yellow magnetic ribbon on their car and those who wrap themselves up in the American flag.  Hopefully, it will drive the point home that government does not care about veterans--period.

It is sickening how government treats the veterans like yesterdays garbage when their usefulness is no longer needed.   >:( >:(
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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #4 on: August 26, 2009, 05:36:13 pm »
Cannon fodder Donnay ... that's how they're viewed.
And  the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, 
Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren,  ye have done it unto me.

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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #5 on: August 26, 2009, 05:40:42 pm »
It's a damn shame, Pilikia.  :'(

I hope any lurkers who are thinking of joining the military takes a long hard look at this clip and decides to join the Patriot Movement instead.
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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #6 on: August 26, 2009, 06:43:46 pm »
It's a damn shame, Pilikia.  :'(

I hope any lurkers who are thinking of joining the military takes a long hard look at this clip and decides to join the Patriot Movement instead.


Darpa Wants Brainy Machines to Replace Bored G.I.s

http://blog.wired.com/defense/2009/04/darpa-wants-thi.html

By Noah Shachtman
April 16, 2009


With every new Darpa venture, it seems more like military machines are becoming human. Or humans are becoming military machines. Or some compu-human teamwork fusion of the two.

The latest step follows up on previous research into automaton storytellers and mind-reading computers with a call for new ways to create machines that have complex, layered thinking and reasoning abilities. You know, kind of like those of the human brain.

The agency just released a request for proposals that would further Darpa's mission to create thinking computers. These "deep learning" machines would take in, process. and interpret complicated data or sensory inputs that might overwhelm delicate human synapses. The system would be especially helpful, the agency says, in stressful war-time situations – or when military staffers get really bored. "The training of humans is both expensive and time-consuming. Human performance also varies due to individuals’ capabilities and training, fatigue, boredom, and human attentional capacity," Darpa sighs.

The military already uses so-called "shallow learning" machines, which able to recognize simple, labeled images. A horse, for instance. Darpa hopes to get a touch more sophisticated, so that a single system can not only recognize horses -- but distinguish them from cows, using inference, rather than programming. "Deeply layered methods should create richer representations that may include furry, four-legged mammals at higher levels, resulting in a head start for learning cows and thereby requiring much less labeled data when compared to a shallow method," according to the agency.

But Darpa wants machines to do more than interpret data – ideally, they’ll eventually interpret human brains, too. The agency is hosting a workshop to "pulse the computational cognitive neuroscience community" for the latest and greatest ideas on how to map the human mind. With a better understanding of cognition, Darpa could teach computers to, essentially, read our minds. This kind of brain-science has already proven efficacious: a preliminary study of humans working with help from machinated neuron tapping showed a six-fold increase in efficiency.

Darpa sets a high standard: they’re looking for presentations that will offer "revolutionary new approaches" to cognitive study. Some of the agency’s favorite partners in crime, including Lockheed Martin, have already signed on.

Mind-reading machine colleagues may still be several years down the road, but Darpa's deep learning project is already seeking prototypes. Bored military analysts take note: perk up, because you are replaceable.

-- Katie Drummond

There are plans (and completed projects) involving nmanned everything linked to risk management infrastructure to give full command and control to a few people.  All of the humanness is to be removed from armies of the future. The NWO engame involves a fighting force that uses as little human intervention as possible.  IMO, we need to reach out to the military and the police while they still are human.

Here are a few more examples of the direction the NWO is going:

Pacific Fleet Commander's Blog: Unmanned Vehicles
Feb 3, 2009 ... Unmanned vehicles continue to prove themselves in the Middle East in our war on terror. Unmanned aerial vehicles, unmanned surface vehicles, ...
http://rat-pac.blogspot.com/2009/02/unmanned-vehicles.html - 63k - Cached - Similar pages

uwnews.org | UW developing fleet of unmanned airplanes to gather ...
Aeronautical engineering researchers at the University of Washington have been awarded a $456000 grant from the Office of Naval Research to launch a fleet ...
http://uwnews.washington.edu/ni/article.asp?articleID=2758 - 26k - Cached - Similar pages

Raytheon Killer Bee UAV Photos and Specs – Navy, Military Unmanned ...
Mar 13, 2008 ... PLUS: Scouting Europe's Unmanned Fleet. • IRAQ BLOG: FA-18s Take On UAV Duties. Reader Comments. 17. RE: Killer Bee UAV First Look: Raytheon ...
www.popularmechanics.com/technology/military_law/4254321.html - 47k - Cached - Similar pages

5th Fleet Mine Hunters Test Unmanned Vehicles in Arabian Gulf
Nov 24, 2003 ... Mine countermeasure ships from the US Navy’s 5th Fleet completed the Chief of Naval Operations-directed, mine warfare.
www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=10754 - 31k - Cached - Similar pages

UW Developing Fleet Of Unmanned Airplanes To Gather Pacific Ocean ...
The fog may be lifting for Northwest weather prognosticators who struggle to make forecasts without critical data on atmospheric conditions over the Pacific ...
www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1998/04/980424032037.htm - 55k - Cached - Similar pages

S. Korea Shifts Focus to Unmanned Combat Aircraft - Defense News
Jul 14, 2008 ... "Once unmanned fighter aircraft share missions of manned aircraft, ... while manned semi-stealth fighters control the unmanned fleet in a ...
www.defensenews.com/story.php?i=3637168 - 23k - Cached - Similar pages

(WO/1997/031352) APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR FLEET CONTROL WHEN ...
An apparatus and a method for fleet control when unmanned vehicles and manned vehicles travel in mixture. When manned vehicles travel simultaneously on the ...
www.wipo.org/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?wo=1997031352 - 16k - Cached - Similar pages


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This one I found relatively troubling:
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Priority-based assignment and routing of a fleet of unmanned ...
This paper considers the strategic routing of a fleet of unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs) to service a set of predetermined targets from a prior ...
http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1298913


This paper considers the strategic routing of a fleet of unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs) to service a set of predetermined targets from a prior surveillance mission. Targets are characterized by their priority or importance level, and minimum and maximum service levels that, respectively, represent the lower bound of munitions for destruction and upper bound of munitions to limit collateral damage. Additional constraints to be respected are the payload capacities of the (possibly heterogeneous) UCAV fleet and the range based on fuel capacity and payload transported. The vital aspect of this paper is the integrated optimal utilization of available resources-weaponry and flight time-while allocating targets to UCAVs and sequencing them to maximize service to targets based on their criticality. The complexity of the problem is addressed through a decomposition scheme with two problems: a target assignment problem (modeled as a minimum cost network flow problem) and a vehicle routing problem, which in turn splits into multiple decision traveling salesman problems, one for each UAV. A Tabu search heuristic is developed to coordinate the two problems. Using test problems we establish the applicability of this approach to solve practical-sized problems.

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Authors:
       Vijay K. Shetty     Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Center for Multisource Information Fusion, 438 Bell Hall, University at Buffalo (SUNY), Buffalo, NY 14260, USA
Moises Sudit     Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Center for Multisource Information Fusion, 438 Bell Hall, University at Buffalo (SUNY), Buffalo, NY 14260, USA
Rakesh Nagi     Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Center for Multisource Information Fusion, 438 Bell Hall, University at Buffalo (SUNY), Buffalo, NY 14260, USA

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Table of Contents
   
Foreword
Rajan Batta
Pages: 1757-1758   
   
Air defense missile-target allocation models for a naval task group
Orhan Karasakal
Pages: 1759-1770   
   
An integer programming approach to support the US Air Force's air mobility network
Corbin G. Koepke, Andrew P. Armacost, Cynthia Barnhart, Stephan E. Kolitz
Pages: 1771-1788   
   
A mathematical framework to optimize ATR systems with non-declarations and sensor fusion
Trevor I. Laine, Kenneth W. Bauer, Jr.
Pages: 1789-1812   
   
Priority-based assignment and routing of a fleet of unmanned combat aerial vehicles [Get the idea, the humans will be removed from the C&C and chains of command]
Vijay K. Shetty, Moises Sudit, Rakesh Nagi
Pages: 1813-1828   
   
Scheduling United States Coast Guard helicopter deployment and maintenance at Clearwater Air Station, Florida
R. A. Hahn, Alexandra M. Newman
Pages: 1829-1843   
   
Scheduling training for a tank battalion: How to measure readiness
John F. Raffensperger, Linus E. Schrage
Pages: 1844-1864   
   
Methodology for competitive strategy development
Richard K. Bullock, Richard F. Deckro, Jeffery D. Weir
Pages: 1865-1873   
   
Optimizing counter-terror operations: Should one fight fire with "fire" or "water"?
Jonathan P. Caulkins, Dieter Grass, Gustav Feichtinger, Gernot Tragler
Pages: 1874-1885   
   
Hierarchical maximal-coverage location-allocation: Case of generalized search-and-rescue
Yupo Chan, Jean M. Mahan, James W. Chrissis, David A. Drake, Dong Wang
Pages: 1886-1904   
   
A bilevel mixed-integer program for critical infrastructure protection planning
Maria P. Scaparra, Richard L. Church
Pages: 1905-1923   
   
Government preparedness: Using simulation to prepare for a terrorist attack [9/11 War Games!!!! Ptech!!!!]
Pavel Albores, Duncan Shaw
Pages: 1924-1943   
   
Finding a moving fugitive. A game theoretic representation of search [WTF? Search and destroy a "fugitive"? THIS IS DOMESTIC! NOT MILITARY!]
Guillermo Owen, Gordon H. McCormick
Pages: 1944-1962   
   
A Relax-and-Cut algorithm for the set partitioning problem
Victor F. Cavalcante, Cid C. de Souza, Abílio Lucena
Pages: 1963-1981   
   
Lower and upper bounds for a two-level hierarchical location problem in computer networks
Aníbal Alberto Vilcapoma Ignacio, Virgílio José Martins Ferreira Filho, Roberto Diéguez Galvão
Pages: 1982-1998   
   
Application of reinforcement learning to the game of Othello
Nees Jan van Eck, Michiel van Wezel
Pages: 1999-2017   
   
Heuristics for minimizing maximum lateness on a single machine with family-dependent set-up times [WTF is this?]
Reha Uzsoy, Juan Diego Velásquez
Pages: 2018-2033   
   
Heuristic and exact algorithms for the max-min optimization of the multi-scenario knapsack problem [WTF is this?]
Fumiaki Taniguchi, Takeo Yamada, Seiji Kataoka
Pages: 2034-2048   
   
Genetic local search for multicast routing with pre-processing by logarithmic simulated annealing
M. S. Zahrani, M. J. Loomes, J. A. Malcolm, A. Z. M. Dayem Ullah, K. Steinhöfel, A. A. Albrecht
Pages: 2049-2070   
   
Single machine scheduling with simple linear deterioration to minimize total absolute deviation of completion times
Daniel Oron
Pages: 2071-2078   
   
Algorithms for solving the single-sink fixed-charge transportation problem
Andreas Klose
Pages: 2079-2092   
   
Scenario relaxation algorithm for finite scenario-based min-max regret and min-max relative regret robust optimization
Tiravat Assavapokee, Matthew J. Realff, Jane C. Ammons, I-Hsuan Hong
Pages: 2093-2102   
   
Solving the variable size bin packing problem with discretized formulations
Isabel Correia, Luís Gouveia, Francisco Saldanha-da-Gama
Pages: 2103-2113   
   
An enumeration scheme to generate constrained exact checkerboard patterns
Horacio Hideki Yanasse, Daniel Massaru Katsurayama
Pages: 2114-2128   
All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately

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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #7 on: August 27, 2009, 06:29:43 pm »

This will not be MSM material.

I wish I could say its too hard to beleive, but it is not.

Collonel G. Patton 11th. Amored Cavalry (Vietnam)summed up our mission before he was reasigned. I have printed this before, but I would like the newcomers to get a look into the minds and souls of a percentage of our military.There were some high-ranking people there, including General Creighton Abrams, the commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam. There were also a lot of journalists. One of them asked Patton if that was the official unit prayer.
I was there also.
He wrote the Blackhorse prayer and recited it:

God, our Heavenly Father, hear our prayer. We acknowledge our shortcomings and ask thy help in being better soldiers for thee. Grant us, O Lord, those things we need to do they work more effectively. Give us this day a gun that will fire ten thousands rounds a second, a napalm that will burn for a week. Help us to bring death and destruction wherever we go, for we do it in thy name and therefore it is meet and just. We thank thee for this war, fully mindful that, while it is not the best of all wars, it is better than no war at all. We remember that Christ said "I come not to send peace, but a sword," and we pledge ourselves in all our works to be like Him. Forget not the least of thy children as they hide from us in the jungles; bring them under our merciful hand that we may end their suffering. In all things, O God, assit us, for we do our noble work in the knowledge that only with they help can we avoid the catastrophe of peace that threatens us ever. All of which we ask in the name of thy son, George Patton. Amen.
General Creighton Abrams, the commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam. There were also a lot of journalists. One of them ask Patton if that was the official unit prayer.

For his question only:Dr. Gordon Livingston was arrested and an investigation was launched to see if he was a candidate for court-martial. They decided against it. It would have been inconvenient to try a West Point graduate who could testify firsthand about war crimes.

We all know that the military calls to those who still beleive in our Regime, to the poverty stricken, to the kids who know no better and leave their playstation behind in seeking what they may beleive is manhood. For the illegals to obtain citizenship, and those with a criminal record who have lost the opportunity to overcome their past. Many youths can not beleive they will die, they are young men and womam who think they can outfox death or being maimed. The recruiter will promise them a future, pay, and benefits beyond their wildest dreams. A great majority of these kids have no FK idea what war is, nor why it is happening.

This post is for those who may be new on board this site, the brass on high considers you but a number. Should you die or be crippled, have your testikles shot of, suffer severe brain damage,or be traumitized, they will not shed a tear.

At this present time we are engaged in two wars, Iraq and Afghanistan, we may be heading for one in Pakistan, and in South America.

Our regime ordered the invasion of Iraq under the guise of WMD's and other deceptions. We have been in Iraq 8 years and no WMDS were found. We have slaughtered 1,366,000 human beings as the profiteers gained fortunes and the innocents and poor mans blood filled the streets. In short we have genocided a nation and continue to. Afghanistan was inaded by Russia some years ago, we aided them, at this time Binladen was a CIA operative working with us. Now we have invaded the same nation we defended and laid blame for all upon a fantasy-the propaganda fed to us that Binladen is the devil incarnate. The reality is the Binladen family are dear friends and business mates of the Bush family.
A celebrity joined the military, a football player by the name of Tillman. Because he was a rather famous figure his attention against the war began to be noticed. This genuine human being was two tapped.
Without profit war would not exist.
The younger folk out there must make a decision, a life and death one. It is my sincerest hope you investigate this site and others as to the workings of the MIC, the regime, and those who control them before you jump into the boots.
You may feel as though this is your only opportunity to commence a future, to reap the benefits of our Military machine. The other side of the coin is you will be dominated completly by the military. Witness and be part of a machine created to wipe out human life simply for profit and power.
As you read this innocents are being killed and Americas sons and daughters.
Don't let them take you heart, mind nor soul, they are yours.
Question, investigate, research, before you enter into the valley of death.

Colonel Ted S. Westhusing
"Having written a last note, and placed it by his bed in his trailer on a U.S military base near Bagdad, on the afternoon of June 5th, 2005 Colonel Ted S. Westhusing put his 9-mm. service pistol to his head an blew his brains out. He was 44. Survived by a wife and three young children."

The note said.


"I cannot support a mission that leads to corruption, human rights abuse, and liars.
I am sullied. I came to serve honorably and feel dishonored. Death before being dishonored any more."

Serve no master, kill for them, nor be killed for them.
Let your conscience be your guide.









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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #8 on: August 27, 2009, 06:42:38 pm »
"Military men are just dumb stupid animals, to be used as pawns in foreign policy."

-- Henry Kissinger
"The receptivity of the great masses is very limited, their intelligence is small, and their power of forgetting is enormous." --Adolph Hitler, "Mein Kampf"

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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #9 on: December 01, 2009, 08:22:50 pm »
"Military men are just dumb stupid animals, to be used as pawns in foreign policy."

-- Henry Kissinger

no different from the average joe is it?
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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #10 on: December 01, 2009, 08:53:15 pm »
Does this shit ever surprise anyone ? We , our troops and our children are nothing to them , we are a means to their ends. Which is our end. Bot , cog , grunt , punk , poor . trash , flyover , fodder.

I have a 12 year old son , I asked him tonight , what would he do if the U>S instated a draft. He asked me what were the options , I said , fight for the bankers and other elite class business leaches , or move to another country or go to prison. He opts to fight rather than go to prison , he is realistic enough to see for now that leaving the country for us would not be an option.

It sucks to have to have this conversation with my kid. Not that he's new to the truth movement , although I tell him to believe what he wants and that I might be all wrong , about government and religion and society. I hope I am , who wants to be right about this garbage...
"I do not believe that there were, at the Council of Nicea,
three persons present who believed in the truth of what was set down.
If there were, it was on account of their ignorance."
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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2009, 09:10:14 pm »
Well I guess they see it as a matter of quality of life. If in addition to ones war injury woes one also has to deal with the corruption of our wealthy TV ambulance chaser legal parasite system and the corruption of the courts, media, politicians and the Pentagon Mafia, one may as well just forget it.

The real message here is never to be dumb enough to sign up in the first place.

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Re: VA Guide Urges Sick Vets To End Their Own Lives
« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2009, 09:15:33 pm »
Well I guess they see it as a matter of quality of life. If in addition to ones war injury woes one also has to deal with the corruption of our wealthy TV ambulance chaser legal parasite system and the corruption of the courts, media, politicians and the Pentagon Mafia, one may as well just forget it.

The real message here is never to be dumb enough to sign up in the first place.

True, so we need more people on our side. It's a numbers game.
"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." Martin Luther King, Jr.