Speaking of pathological personalities … can you guess which 1% of us are same?

The 1%’s Hand in the Afghan Murders

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Staff Seargent Robert Bales

Army Sgt. Robert Bales (U.S. Army photo)
Exclusive: Army Sgt. Robert Bales stands accused of murdering 17 Afghan civilians, a crime that some trace to the financial pressures his family faced back home. However, to the rich financial swindlers, the ruining of Bales’s family – and many others – is just another day’s work, writes Mark Ames.
by Mark Ames – April 16, 2012

This past Thursday, a Modesto, California, man whose house was in foreclosure shot and killed the Sheriff’s deputy and the locksmith who came to evict him from his condominium unit. Modesto authorities responded by sending 100 police and SWAT snipers to counter-attack, and it ended Waco-style, with the fourplex structure burning to the ground with the shooter inside.

This is a long story but it’s very thorough and well written. It also links things together in a way which is not often never seen in the MSM. Mark Ames writes circles around the MSM. I’ve bookmarked his site … it’s been up for 15 years! How have I missed it?

Can an autophagous organism such as the present, severely dysfunctional United States of America continue to live much longer? Is a prosperous 1% enough?

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2 Responses to Speaking of pathological personalities … can you guess which 1% of us are same?

  1. charlie says:

    Is the web site you mentioned “exiled”? Just curious. I missed the link if you gave one.

  2. jfl says:

    Sorry Charlie…

    Class Warfare On Two Fronts: From Afghanistan To Middle America, The Untold Story Of Sgt. Bales

    exiledonline.com

    Or you can click on the link, or picture … and then click on the title to the article to get back to the original. At least that’s how I always try to make it work.

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