Thursday, December 2, 2010

Rep. Ike Skelton Farewell Speech

Army Times staff writer Rick Maze wrote in his artcle on Ike Skelton's farewell speech "The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee Chairman said in a Wednesday night farewell speech to Congress that a growing divide between the U.S. military and the American public will leave fewer and fewer people who understand the sacrifices of military service." Rick also quotes Skelton as saying “For those not in uniform or connected to the military in some way, it is easy not to relate to our service members’ difficulties as they deal with the trials of war and combat, multiple deployments, family separations, missed birthdays, and other sacrifices too numerous to mention.”

Really Skelton? I think the American people would find it a lot more easier to relate to service members of armed forces and the sacrifices they make if they were really fighting to protect us. There's no doubt that service members sacrifice hugely. The problem with relating to service members at this point in time is that more and more Americans are learning the truth about the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Both of those wars were based on false pretenses and out right lies to the American people. Now we're learning that those lies weren't just some moment of opportune. Those lies were premeditated.

I know some people reading this might be thinking how dare I suggest anything of the sort. They might also think what about the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. If anyone still thinks that the 9/11 attacks were carried out by rag wearing cave dwellers from Afghanistan, they are simply not paying attention to the real evidence. The official story of the attacks on 9/11 is as phony as a 3 dollar bill. It's documented that several of the 19 hijackers were funded and trained by the C.I.A. And it's also documented that one of the hijackers were found to be alive and working in Afghanistan after 9/11. The evidence I just mentioned is nothing compared to the scientific forensic and testimony evidence that dwarfs the official 9/11 Commission Report. I say we get the Military Forces out of Afghanistan and Iraq A.S.A.P. That way we could send them after the real criminals who are still carrying out their attack on the American people today. Only now they're doing it through the fear of terrorism. It's general consensus these days that our real enemy is the New World Order.

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