From Bobby Powell’s YouTube link: “On the June 23rd episode of the FOX News program “The Five,” co-host Eric Bolling blasted the network for refusing to show photographs of US Senator John McCain meeting with ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi when he was still a “moderate Syrian rebel.”
“There are photographs of United States Senators meeting with terrorists that we won’t run here,” Bolling said. “We don’t know who our friends are, we don’t know who we’re arming, we don’t know who we’re giving money to, we don’t know who we’re training… we should just stop.”
The Fox babe, clearly irritated with the direction of the conversation, asks, “So what should we do? Go hide in a closet with our favorite blanket and a flashlight?”
No, honey. You have the attorney general issue arrest warrants for John McCain, Ashton Carter and everybody else who had anything to do with perpetuating this fraudulent War of Terror. You demand to know why McCain met with Simon Eliot (aka Abu Bakhr Al-Baghdadi). You demand to know who procured those Toyota Hilux pick-up trucks for “ISIS.” Who ordered all those supplies – from food to guns – to be dropped over “ISIS”
positions. Who ordered the Turks to shoot down the Russian plane which had just completed a bombing run over legitimate terrorist positions. What is the influence of the government of israel and other foreign powers over the U.S. government? What is the influence of the federal reserve and the other banksters over the U.S. government, for that matter? How invested are defense contractors like Boeing and Lockheed Martin in keeping this charade going?
You don’t hide in a closet. Your federal government says, “We’ve all been had. It’s been going on for decades. But the game is over. The United States of America is going to return to peace through commerce and rebuild the greatest manufacturing machine the world has ever seen.”
And then you send John McCain, along with Henry Kissinger, William Jefferson Clinton, Hillary Clinton, William Cohen, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, Colin Powell, Condaleeza Rice,John Ashcroft, John Yoo, David Frum, Barack Hussein Obama, Ashton Carter, John Kerry, William Kristol, Charles Krauthammer, Rupert Murdoch and everybody else inside the U.S. government and its outside agitators to The Hague. Or find the tallest trees on The National Mall and hang them right there. Don’t forget to extradite Tony Blair.
Failing that, you go the route of the old Soviet Union. You simply admit the gig is up. You collapse and the various separate states form their own countries and alliances.
Bullshit media enablers – on Fox News and elsewhere – are just as much guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity as the illustrious list above.
And estimated 7,000 men and women have died in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001. And that number doesn’t include those who died subsequent to evacuation from either country. On the way Germany or at Walter Reed, for example. Nor does that number include those who have died from their injuries years later. The cancers from the depleted uranium and other chemicals. And most tragically, the suicides.
Rather than hang on to the fantasy that their loved one died “protecting America” or for some other noble cause, the families of the fallen need to recognize these soldiers were thrown into a meat grinder and billions of dollars were made off of their deaths.
On behalf of the American people, the good men and women of the United States Armed Forces need to take their country and their government back. They need to arrest the criminals and bring them to justice. And finally, they need to return America to the ideals of the founding fathers.
Just like it says in their oath when they enlisted.
The Russian people went through some extremely difficult times post-Soviet Union. But Russia is now effectively debt-free. It owes $150-billion, an amount run up largely to defend itself from western harassment and the collapse in the price of oil. But along the way, the Russian government and country became infested with corruption and organized crime. That doesn’t have to happen in America.