The IVAW Adds Another ‘Esteemed’ Member

Hat tip to Jonn Lilyea at This Ain’t Hell:

Andre Shepard, a Soldier stationed in Germany, decided he couldn’t do what he volunteered for so he’s seeking ‘asylum’ in Germany to get out of pulling duty in Iraq.

Here’s a picture of him with his new found friends. From left to right: Shepard, Darnell Stephen Summers, and Chris Capps, regional director (gee, they’re expanding) of IVAW in Germany.

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A short background of Darnell Stephen Summers.

He volunteered for the US Army and served from 1966 to 1970. While home on leave before going to Vietnam in 1968 he became involved in the struggle to found the »Malcolm X Cultural Center« (MXCC) in Inkster Michigan, a suburb of Detroit and was one of the spokespersons for the »MXCC«. His political affiliations included membership in the Black Workers Congress, Viet Nam Veterans Against The War / Viet Nam Veterans Against The War (Anti-Imperialist), chartermember of the Malcolm X Cultural Center(Inkster Michigan).

……The formation of the League was an attempt to form a more cohesive political organ guided by the principles of Black liberation and Marxism-Leninism in order to gain political power and articulate the specific concerns of Black workers through political action. While the League was only active for a short period of time, it was a significant development in a time of increasing militancy and political action by Black workers and in the context of both the Black liberation and Marxist-Leninist movements in the United States.

Shepard opined in a Reuters interview:

“I could not in good conscience continue to serve,” Shepherd said at a news conference.
“We have destroyed nations, killed leaders, raided homes, tortured, kidnapped, lied, and manipulated not just citizens and leaders of our enemies, but of our allies as well.

“It is a sickening feeling to realize that I took part in what was basically a daily slaughter of a proud people.”

He added that after he “heard about people being ripped to shreds from the machine guns or being blown to bits by the Hellfire missiles” and “buildings and infrastructures being destroyed, I began to feel ashamed about what I was doing.

“I am remorseful for my contribution to these heinous acts, and I swear that I will never make these mistakes again.”

http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE4AQ73C20081127

More at Jonn’s site: http://thisainthell.us/blog/?p=6479

Now let me get this straight:  Shepard has his panties in a wad over taking the war started by Islamofascist thugs, to their own turf (Iraq and Afghanistan are two good places to start), while the atrocities and wholesale slaughter of close to 3000 people on American soil by Taliban and al Qaeda shitbags gets a pass.

Saddam Hussein’s brutal regime, mass graves, WMD violations and support of terrorist groups doesn’t bother him. The Afghanistan enclave of terrorists that plotted and carried out the 9/11 attacks, along with the rest of the Middle Eastern douchebags who fund, train, and equip ‘peace loving’ jihadists, are okie dokie by him. The muslim enemy that actually does bomb, destroy nations, kill leaders, torture, kidnap, and behead, are just a ‘proud people’.

Everytime I read about a fuckstick like Shepard, I wish to hell I could trade them for one of the innocent victims who perished in the World Trade Center Towers, the Pentagon, or the field in Pennsylvania.

The only good thing about exposing the IVAW and all of the excrement therein, is that they will be pariahs in the eyes of those who served honorably, and eventually assigned to the dumpster of obscure history.

14 thoughts on “The IVAW Adds Another ‘Esteemed’ Member”

  1. Darnell,

    Back for more? I can handle insubordinates like you. No problem.

    First you excuse Shepard’s desertion with “he was duped by a slick Army recruiter”, then after presented with the justifiable facts and reasons as to why we are in Iraq and Afghanistan, you spew the “unjust war” shit.

    Shepard and his ilk are too dense to understand that muslim terrorists who attacked this country want us dead, and we have to fight the enemy on their own turf. To top it off, they fell for a ‘slick’ recruiter who signed them up in spite of it. What a collection of morons.

    What about all volunteer military don’t you get? In spite of all the inane bullshit about “lies” and kids being “suckered” into enlisting, there’s a disproportionate number of re-enlistments as opposed to the Shepards, Hicks’, Kokeshs’, MacBeths’ and Capps’.

    The “civil discourse” displayed by members of the IVAW involves slandering those who still serve and aligning themselves with fringe groups.

    Your “civil discourse” includes labeling loyal, dedicated, intelligent Soldiers as ‘ignorant and docile’, and throwing in a “Yassuh Boss”, to boot.
    The so-called ‘ignorant and docile’ troops seem to have the capacity to think, make decisions for themselves, and come to the conclusion that not only is this war justified, it’s necessary.

    They, unlike the IVAW crowd, paid attention to the Islamic-inspired carnage on 9/11, discovered WMDs, ‘kill the infidel’ declarations by the Imams, and the results of Al Qaeda and Taliban domination.

    They have the experience and cognitive skills you lack.

    I’ve posted point by point refutations of every claim you’ve made against the war. (re-read my previous comments in this thread) You have no intention of addressing them. But then, the facts are irrefutable.

    I’ll paraphrase what I posted on Jonn’s site:

    Who are you trying to convince? Me or yourself?

    So far, I’ve not seen any difference between the asinine “troof ta powa” crap you post on here and that of your IVAW comrades.

    You claim to know what “peace” is.

    You know what peace is, Darnell? The freedom to pound away on your keyboard and regurgitate your ‘manifesto’ without fear of being dragged off to a gulag. For that, you can thank a Soldier.

    The ones serving honorably, that is.

    Don’t count on much success for your little campaign of sedition in the U.S. armed forces; there’s too much resistance.

    Dismissed.

    SFC MAC

  2. Darnell,

    This ‘Queen’ is quite well dressed, knave.

    The Nurnberg trials?
    Dick Durbin, is that you?? That fine piece of excrement called us “Nazis” from the floor of the Senate.

    The only traitors are asshats who would gladly overthrow democracy and replace it with a Communist totalitarian regime. If you want to be a good little apparatchik go ahead, just don’t expect the rest of us to follow suit.

    “Taylor’s argument was that their actions were in violation of the Geneva conventions that specifically forbid indiscriminate bombing that could cause incidental loss of civilian life or damage to civilian objects. Adding to the Geneva code, he noted, was the decision at the Nuremberg trials after World War Two: military personnel cannot defend themselves against such a charge with a claim that they were simply following orders.”

    Really?

    How come no courts martial for the American and Allied pilots who firebombed Dresden for 10 days, reducing it to rumble and blowing thousands of civilians to smithereens?
    It’s funny how Taylor advocated prosecution of American troops for doing in Vietnam what we had to do in Europe and the Pacific to win WWII.
    Shouldn’t he have been just as proud to lead the prosecution of U.S. pilots captured by the Nazis and Japs?
    And he was touted by The Nation, Robert Richter, the New York Times, and gawd knows how many other leftwingnut propagandists, to boot.

    How perfunctory.

    When history doesn’t work to the Left’s agenda, you simply try to revise it to your liking.
    Some of them, like Hanoi Jane Fonda, just choose to ignore it. Once one of the most ardent Communists on the planet, she’s a fucking millionaire capitalist pig. Not that she didn’t put on a good front. She posed for propaganda films including the episode behind the NVA gun emplacement, and made broadcasts directed against U.S. troops, encouraging them to desert. She and her (then) husband Tom Hayden declared: “We are all Viet Cong”.
    Ho Chi Mihn’s sycophants worked diligently for Communism to prevail.
    Russian communism collapsed, but you can still be proud of all the imprisoned and executed dissidents in China, Cuba, and Vietnam.

    All you’ve done is simply pick up where you left off about 40 years ago. Different enemy, same shit.

    And you still have nothing to say about the glorious Khmer Rouge?

    Here’s a quote for you:

    “Communism and Nazism–two grandiose, lethal ideologies that have destroyed millions of lives since WWII–are of one essence and irredeemably evil”– Olga Carlisle Author of “Solzhenitsyn” and the “Secret Circle”, March 21, 1986 USA Today

    Communism has only killed about 100,000,000 people. Let’s give it another chance.

    You have a pretty warped idea of what constitutes “war criminal”, especially since your ideological comrades, who can’t even find Geneva on a map, have committed some of the worst atrocities in history.

    Any war fought by the U.S. against extremist scumbags gets the “unjust war” mantra. Muslim terrorist activity got closer in proximity over the last 30 years and finally hit our soil in 1993 with the first World Trade Center attack. Not satisfied with the results, they took advantage of our complacency and struck again in 2001 with catastrophic efficiency.

    You still don’t get it. Obviously, 9/11 didn’t hit close enough to your own back yard.

    What’s so fucking “just” about the war declared by Islam on the West, with all of the homicide bombings, torture, and beheadings in the name of “Allah”? They even use children and the mentally retarded to strap on explosives for jihad.
    Oh that’s right. The ‘religion of peace’ is so superior as opposed to the big, bad, imperialist America.

    You’re a real piece of work, Summers.

    You nihilist simps are so predictable; you’d never subject yourself to the ideologies you promote. Recruiting impressionable kids with disciplinary problems into your ranks from the sanctuary of free countries (including Germany) doesn’t count, and doesn’t take a whole lot of guts.

    Not one of you (including the IVAW chickenshits), has bothered to go to Iraq, Afghanistan, or any one of the Islamic nation states in the Middle East to offer up your services where it counts.
    If you’re that hell-bent on supporting the Islamofascists’ efforts toward a world Caliphate, put up or shut up. Pick up an AK 47, don a hijab, and yell “Allah U Fuckbar” just before you blow up.

    Soldiers like me will be waiting to send you where there aren’t 72 virgins.

    That’s a promise.

    Shepard’s ‘case’ has more to do with his puerile ignorance and inability to fulfill his oath as a Soldier, than it does with any perversion of the Nurnberg Trials and Geneva Convention.

    I learned plenty during my 30 year career as a Soldier and Iraq war veteran. I learned that stupidity transcends ethnicity and color. I learned that it takes a special sort of ingrate to disrespect those who protect them.

    I have witnessed some of the most visceral, rabid, addlebrained diatribes on the part of the radical groups you belong to and admire. You are squarely on the side of America’s enemies, but don’t dare question your “patriotism”.
    I learned that idiots like you would gladly capitulate to brutal regimes than fight for your freedoms.
    I have more understanding of patriotism, dedication and love of country than your capacity to understand.

    “Yassuh boss”?

    Vladimir Illyich Lenin had a name for people like you: “Useful idiots”.

    That makes you a Marxist (or Dhimmi) Stepin Fetchit; whichever applies.

    The issues (and you) have been dealt with.

    DISMISSED!

    SFC MAC

  3. This fool couldn’t even get the jist of the movie right, he should really shut up about more important things.

  4. Hey! Darnell!

    How’s it feel to get your cerebral, communist a$$ kicked by a real deal warrior woman? Hahaha! Actually, I’m trying not to spew liquids on my keyboard!

    Jane? You know I’m wearing a huge shit eating grin on muh ugly mug right now? Ain’t nothing like a ittle bitty *sfcsmac* down! I love it, GI Jane!

    See you in DC, baby! YEA!

  5. Dressed down? Methinks it is the Queen who has not a stitch.

    rochester_veteran wrote: “Sounds like mutiny and treason to me.”

    My friend, I do in fact call on the troops to mutiny against tyranny and If that is treasonous then so be it. I’ve been advocating that before, during and after my time in the US Army. That’s no big secret. Report me.

    SPC. Andre Shepherd has a strong case based, in part, upon decisions handed down by the Nuhremberg Trials. I want to see what you have to say about that. What angle will you pursue to distort the findings of that Tribunal to fit your purpose. Understand what this man is saying before you go off on some wild tangent.

    An interesting note:

    Robert Richter, an Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker, and political director for CBS News from 1965 to 1968 recently wrote in Bomber Pilot McCain: War Heroism or War Crimes? published by Institute for Public Accuracy, October 15, 2008, writes,

    “I will never forget how stunned I was when Gen. Telford Taylor, a chief U.S. prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials after World War Two, told me that he strongly supported the idea of trying the U.S. pilots captured in North Vietnam as war criminals — and that he would be proud to lead in their prosecution…….McCain has repeatedly invoked his record in the Vietnam War during the campaign, but that the effect of bomber pilots like McCain and of the Rolling Thunder bombing campaign has not been sufficiently scrutinized.

    An ardent opponent of the Vietnam conflict, Taylor spoke with me in the fall of 1966 when I was looking into producing a documentary on this controversy for CBS News, where I was their National Political Editor. While he did not mention any pilot’s name, then U.S. Navy Lieut. Commander John McCain, who was captured a year later, would have been among the group Taylor wanted to prosecute. …

    Taylor’s argument was that their actions were in violation of the Geneva conventions that specifically forbid indiscriminate bombing that could cause incidental loss of civilian life or damage to civilian objects. Adding to the Geneva code, he noted, was the decision at the Nuremberg trials after World War Two: military personnel cannot defend themselves against such a charge with a claim that they were simply following orders.”

    Principle IV of the United Nations adopted Seven Nuremberg Principles

    reads,

    “The fact that a person acted pursuant to order of his Government or of a superior does not relieve him from responsibility under international law, provided a moral choice was in fact possible to him.”

    It is plain to see that there are divergent views in the US Military. To maintain any other position is to deny the truth of the matter. Within the ranks not everyone lines up to go senselessly into battle under the motto of “My Country, Right or Wrong”. But some persist in conveying that idea because, in their minds, that serves to quell the rebellion in the ranks. They want to keep the troops ignorant and docile as to the history of GI Resistance within the ranks. But in the long run that strategy is destined to fail because the conditions which lead to rebellion are omnipresent. What surprises me the most about the US Military and I’ve been involved in organizing in the US Military for almost 40 years, is how little it has changed. It’s the same old shit warmed over. The same unjust wars, murder, torture, suicide missions, you name it and they’re guilty of it. That makes for fertile ground for what we do and we’ll keep on doing it until the job is done. That’s a promise.

    It is said that someone here is a 30 Year Veteran. What did you learn in those thirty years other than to say, “Yassuh Boss”.

    At ease.

  6. By the way, that ‘strange stench’ you referred to at the beginning of your comment isn’t emanating from this blog.

    I suggest you check a little closer to home.

    Bad ganja.

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  8. Darnell,

    Well on that note, there are so many flaws, tripe, and outright lying in your diatribe, it’s hard to know where to start. I’ll simply begin by pointing out that your radical nihilist background fits right in with the coterie of miscreants who comprise the IVAW.

    Big Surprise.

    Secondly, I’m proud to be one of those military bloggers who exposes the likes of you and the rest of the phonies and pseudo-tragic heroes who embellish their records, falsify documents, and concoct Beauchamp-style war stories. They disgrace themselves and the uniform with their reprehensible, asinine behavior. Most of the IVAW were problem children who were expeditiously discharged from the military. They even have a propensity to lie about that.
    People with even a modicum of integrity don’t feel the need to wear medals and decorations they haven’t earned, make false claims, and accuse others of ‘war crimes’ that were never committed. In other words, they’re frauds. These fine examples of hypocrisy enlisted after 9/11.

    No one forced the little jackasses to enlist. They did it willingly. Apparently, they’re not smart enough to figure out that the U.S. sends the military where it’s needed. You don’t get to pick and choose assignments or conflicts. The purpose of the Army is to fight and win the nation’s wars. I’ve always wondered why these morons volunteer for duty then piss about what they were trained to do.

    When we raise our right hand to take the oath of enlistment, we swear to ‘protect and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies; foreign and domestic’, and that we ‘will bear true faith and allegiance to the same’. We are obligated through duty and honor, to fight even in ‘countries that most of them have never heard of’.
    That includes the Middle East which breeds, trains, funds, and indoctrinates the Islamic terrorists who attacked America.
    Their sudden anti-war, anti-military epiphanies seemed to occur in conjunction with their disciplinary problems.

    Go figure.

    As for that wishful ‘resistance movement in the military growing by leaps and bounds’, you shouldn’t hold your breath. As a retired Soldier and Iraq War veteran with 30 years of service in the Army, I can attest to the fact that military personnel across the board have a deep abiding loyalty to this country and their respective branches.

    While you mealy-mouthed ingrates sit on the sidelines and spit on those who do the heavy lifting, people far better than you are making sacrifices so that you don’t have to worry about the world Caliphate envisioned by Islamofascists.

    What’s embarrassing is the fact that American troops are sworn to protect even left-over aging radicals whose sole purpose in life is to resurrect the corpse of ‘60s anarchism.

    Come to think of it, you were no where to be found when Bubba Clinton wagged-the-dog in the Balkans and Somalia.

    Shit, if it was ‘all about the oil’, we could have taken over every single refinery and derrick in the region and pumped all of it into our economy. Instead, most of that oil is sold to Japan and Indonesia, with the proceeds going to Iraq’s infrastructure.

    The ‘poor country’ of Afghanistan was a safe haven and a training ground for the Taliban and Al Qaeda until we kicked their asses into Pakistan.

    You would think that a counter-culture revolutionary such as yourself, would have a better grasp of history to go along with that slick rhetoric.

    I’ve post this so many times, it’s second nature:

    When you retaliate, i.e.: attack an enemy, it’s usually a good idea to hit them where they live and breed, as well as their allies. In the Middle East it’s something like this: Pick one. Terrorists cross borders. They sure as hell crossed ours, didn’t they? The 9/11 attacks preceded our invasion of ME countries, not the other way around.

    Even after victory is officially declared in Iraq and Afghanistan, this war ain’t over by a long shot. Saudis and Egyptians, who comprised most of the 9/11 attackers, are only a small contingent. Jordan, Yemen, Syria, Iran, and Sudan, have all contributed to world-wide atrocities against Western civilization.

    Terrorists are trained, funded, and supported throughout the Middle East. The Islamofascist vision of a world Caliphate will continue unless we kill them all off. Our policy should be simple: you attack us, we annihilate you, your supporters, your country, everything.
    That’s how you fight a “jihad”. But, I’m a former Soldier, not a politician.

    As for Iraq:

    No one, not even George Bush ever said that Iraq was directly involved in 9/11. What he did say, and the fact remains, is that Hussein was a WMD-wielding megalomaniac who supported al Qaeda, and a plethora of other terrorist groups. He thumbed his nose at every resolution enacted by the U.N. including Res. 1441, which in conjunction with Congressional approval, gave us the authority to use military force. You ought to read it some time. As a former Soldier who was there at the time, I’m damned glad we took out the sonofabitch before he had the chance to use what he had.

    He was, just like the bulk of the Middle East, a threat to U.S. forces in the region. We have every right to be there and should have finished the job when I was there the first time. In case you didn’t know, we found a substantial amount of hidden WMD along with documents and recordings in which Saddam Hussein emphatically stated his intention to continue WMD development and deception.

    1) Declassified NGIC report:
    http://www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf/Iraq_WMD_Declassified.pdf

    2) 1.77 metric tons of enriched uranium: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/3872201.stm

    3) 1,500 gallons of chemical weapons agents:
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/08/13/AR2005081300530.html

    4) Chemical warheads containing cyclosarin:
    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/news/archive/2004/07/02/international1018EDT0516.DTL
    and: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,124576,00.html

    5) Over 1,000 radioactive materials in powdered form meant for dispersal over populated areas:
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/3872201.stm

    6) Roadside bombs loaded with mustard and “conventional” sarin gas, assembled in binary chemical projectiles for maximum potency: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,120137,00.html

    7) Last major stockpile from Saddam’s nuclear efforts arrives in Canada
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25546334/

    Those weapons were previously unknown to U.N. inspectors.

    Oh yeah, and his terrorist connections:

    He gave thousands of dollars to families of suicide bombers and in addition, Iraqi intelligence met with al Qadea operatives and provided with training camps in Northern Iraq:

    The Mother of All Connections
    From the July 18, 2005 issue: A special report on the new evidence of collaboration between Saddam Hussein’s Iraq and al Qaeda.
    by Stephen F. Hayes & Thomas Joscelyn
    07/18/2005, Volume 010, Issue 41
    Source:
    http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/005/804yqqnr.asp?pg=1

    Saddam Hussein, as evidenced by the WMD found, his previous use, continued willingness to use them, and the documents discovered which connected him to terrorists, was a threat. The fact remains that the inspectors got absolutely nowhere with regard to full disclosure of Hussein’s WMD program.
    Again, he was not the only one. Consider every country in the Middle East a threat until proven otherwise.

    Our invasion of Afghanistan is even more self-explanatory with the origin of the Al Qaeda and Taliban.

    I see you also brought up the requisite ‘bombing innocent men, women, and children’. Civilians die in every war, and not always at the hands of the United States.
    Do you know how many died at the hands of the Nazis, Imperialist Japanese, and Fascist Italians in WWII? Or because of Soviet domination?
    I don’t recall anyone, including you, getting your dred locks in a snarl over the 2 million slaughtered by the Khmer Rouge after we left Vietnam.

    Saddam Hussein filled hundreds of mass graves with innocent men, women, and children, and not a peep out of Darnell Summers and company.

    That’s some pretty selective indignation on the part of you ‘pacifists’, but then, leveling criticism at ideological soul mates isn’t in your repertoire.

    The enemy was ‘defined’ that day they attacked this country and killed almost 3000 people. Apparently, radical Islamists are not on your list of ‘scoundrels’.
    Your reference to the “Independence Day” film actually demonstrates the very stupidity of pacifism; it illustrates the risk of appeasing an enemy with no intention of practicing ‘peace’.

    By the way, that ‘strange stench’ you referred to at the beginning of your comment isn’t emanating from this blog.

    I suggest you check a little closer to home.

    Duty, Honor, Country,

    SFC MAC

  9. This is not the first fox-hole I’ve ever been in and probably not the last, but there seems to be a strange stench permeating the premises. In spite of your whining protestations the resistance movement in the US Military is growing by leaps and bounds and partly due to people like you. Every time you open your mouths you expose yourselves. You do a better job of that than I or anyone I know could possibly do. Your ignorance is so apparent and it abounds. The positions you take are so devoid of reason and logic that is indeed embarrasing even to respond to your nonsense. But respond we must, so as not to let you get away scot-free. I’m honored to be the first to respond to your posting. Here’s a speech I had the pleasure of giving in Munich in 2006 which speaks to your foolishness:

    COUNTER DEMONSTRATION-NATO SECURITY CONFERENCE Munich 4.2.2006

    Hello Everybody,

    I know it’s cold so I won’t talk too long.

    Do you like to go to the movies? I do. I like science fiction and some films give you a remarkable look into the future. I used to watch the Star Trek
    series when it first ran on TV back in the 60’s before I went to the Army. Captain Kirk and his crew had laser weapons and what we call Handys(cellphones) today. Yes sometimes the writers have an eye on the future and can predict technological advances based on the knowledge of research at that time.

    Now stay with me on this one.

    I’m a Roland Emmerich fan. A lot of people on the left didn’t like his film
    “Independence Day”. But I thought it was great and in my estimation it gave some insight into global problems that we face today. There is one scene in that film that’s my favorite and I find it very revealing. Will Smith plays a pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps and if you’ve seen the film you know that he gets involved in an aerial battle with one of the aliens that have invaded earth to plunder it and take all of its Treasures and Resources away. These aliens just travel thru the Universe ripping everyone off they encounter. Sound familiar? Well, Will destroys the alien’s spaceship but in the process he has himself to crash land. He finds out that the alien has survived, so Will drags him back to a Base where the alien is interrogated. A well meaning scientist attempts to communicate with the alien and tells him that they could learn so much from one another and that there’s no need for violence. Then the scientist, noticing some irritation on the part of the alien, puts a serious question to him. He asks, “what can we do so that we can get along? and the alien answers almost immediately, “Die”. End of conversation. I thought to myself,” Damn, that’s America!!!”

    My name is Darnell Stephen Summers. I live here in Germany. I’d like to tell You a little about myself and why I’m here today to talk to you. You should be concerned and there are many things to be concerned about. My message goes out to everyone on the planet but especially to the Youth. To those who will have an uncertain future after I’m long dead and gone. I’m talking about my children and yes I’m a grandfather and that’s a wonderful Thing. I’d like to think that their future is secure but I know it isn’t. I can say that because my future, your future, our future is not certain. It is less certain than it ever was. We are now living under the threat of perpetual war, fighting an enemy that has been defined by scoundrels.

    We live in fear. The US is sending young men and women to other countries that most of them have never heard of. That sounds good to someone who’s unemployed. They go there ultimately to kill and destroy. Imagine, your first time away from home and you’re responsible for so much suffering. This is not like going to Mallorca on vacation. You’re there because some slick-talking recruiter has fed you a line of bullshit. He tells you how you’ll get some job training, you’ll go to faraway and exotic places, you can even go to University after your time is up. Now that sounds good to a young person who has no perspective on life, no job, and no future. If your only recreation is going to the shopping Mall and McDonalds on the weekend then you’ll do practically anything to get away and they know that and use it to their advantage. They sell you a one-way ticket to hell. They lie to them just to suck them into the system, just like they lie to you. You say, “no that’s not my government, I’m German.” but your government is sleeping in the same bed with the US at a cheap hotel called NATO. That’s a devious game that they play. Pitting us all against each other. That’s right. When they lie and get away with it they insult our intelligence and take away our dignity. That’s unacceptable no matter how you look at it. They’ve been lying and killing every one of the 58 years that I’ve lived.

    But there is hope and my standing up here is a sign of that.

    The NATO Countries are meeting here in Munich to plan their next military Adventure. For those who’ve been saying this is not about oil, you’re wrong, so terribly wrong. But this is more than just about oil. Oil is just part of the problem. It’s about every natural resource on this planet. They want to secure
    any and everything they need to keep their machine running and their system intact.

    I don’t know who is really responsible for the brutal attack on the WTC but I have my suspicions. I smell a rat. Shortly after that attack on the WTC September 11, 2001, AMERINATO, that’s America and all of the members of NATO, started to attack Afghanistan. If you see one the other is not far away. Afghanistan, one of the poorest nations on the face of the Earth. Why? These poor countries have something they have to have, something these industrial countries cannot live without: everything. I’m not a pacifist but I believe in peace. Peace on this planet is as far away as Pluto. We all know that peace is not a reality at this time.

    These people who have power and influence over us teach us to hate anyone who is not like us, and in the end they teach you to hate yourself for not being
    like “them”. They want to give you the feeling that there’s nothing you can do to challenge them. They want us to believe that they are all powerful and invincible. They have some people believing that, but I know it isn’t true.

    Just to show you how twisted they all are, they’ve invited John McCain who is also a Viet Nam veteran to this conference. He was a pilot during the war and was shot down over North Viet Nam while on a bombing mission. He was bombing innocent men, women and children. He was destroying lives, killing people, and now they want to give him an award for coming out against torture.

    What a joke. He’s not against torture. He wants to skip that step and just kill them all. He spent a few years as a prisoner of war in Viet Nam and then was released and allowed to go back the US. So the media made this murderer a hero and gave him a seat in the U.S. Senate so he could spread his venom, his poison. John McCain, kiss my ass. They’re doing the same thing today that they did during the Viet Nam War. Lie. They lied from start to finish and guess what, NATO was right there with them with Germany playing a pivotal role.

    In closing allow me to state that I can’t say this often enough,

    “They want to destroy the world, We want to save it.

    That’s the difference between us and them.”

    Thank You.

    p.s. In my haste to write this speech, last year, I erroneously wrote that a scientist had the conversation with the Alien in the Film “Independence Day”. The fact of the matter is that the dialogue took place between the President of the United States and the Alien. Here is the actual dialogue:

    President of the USA: “I know there is much that we can learn from each other, if we can negotiate a Truce. We can find a way to co-exist. Can there be a peace between us?

    Alien: “Peace? No Peace.

    President of the USA: “What is it that you want us to do?”

    Alien: “Die ! ! !”

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