We must do something.

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Dresden 135,000 - Tokyo 83,793 - Hiroshima 71,379 - Nagasaki 73,884

Lt. Col. Matthew A. Dooley’s Joint Staff Forces College presentation on “A Counter-Jihad Op Design Model” (pdf)

This model presumes Geneva Convention IV 1949 standards of armed conflict and the pursuant UN endorsements of it are now … no longer relevant or respected globally. This would leave open the option once again of taking war to a civilian population wherever necessary (the historical precedents of Dresden, Tokyo, Hiroshima, Nagasaki being applicable to the Mecca and Medina destruction in Phase III).

– LTC Matthew A. Dooley

This is what the pentagon is teaching its officers. The option of taking war to a civilian population wherever necessary … is being undertaken right now via Barack the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate slash War Criminal Obama’s drone strikes in Afghanstan, Pakistan, Yemen, Sudan … Syria and Iran?

Our USA is securely in the hands of War Criminals.

War Crimes are undertaken by our USA daily. The situation is no different than in, say 1942 … except our USA is now playing the role of the German Third Reich … and our war is ‘undeclared’ – meaning that we may officially not ‘notice’ it’s going on … and only the American underclass is dying on our side in our war … and arrangements have been made to murder civilians robotically, by remote control – very popular, I’m told, caught the imagination of the American public.

This can’t be happenning … but it is. We must do something, or be as damned as LTC Matthew A Dooley. A fine Roman Catholic, I’m sure. As is, without doubt, John Brennan.

I feel sure when we who profess to be repulsed by the collapse of our USA simply write-in the names of the candidates we personally support for the offices of US Representative, Senator, President and Vice on 6 November that we will in that instant begin to take control of our nation.

If 33% of the ballots cast nationally, the ballots of every third one of us among the 99% are write-ins we will ensure that both of the duopols in every contest are far, far short of a majority of the votes cast.

And then we will point out the transparent invalidity of the election.

And then we will continue our balloting, until a candidate in each constituency does achieve a majority of votes cast.

This will not be a picnic. This will be the Occupation of the 2012 election.

There will be huge opposition from the duopol controlled state.

We must do it! We must do something.

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4 Responses to We must do something.

  1. charlie says:

    OK, so now, according the the “masters of the universe” aka, the US military command, there are no longer any “war crimes”? The fire bombing of Tokyo and Dresden were war crimes. If the “other” side had won that war, surely those war crimes would have been prosecuted. As the “good” side “won” that war, those crimes were ignored. Now the Geneva Conventions no longer apply? Then, to me at least, it follows that there are no war crimes period. This is not a good news item, very bad for all living creatures, two legged and four legged, even no legs, as in fishes.
    What a world America is trying to create.
    Yes, we who care must protest and where legal write in the candidate you want in office in the coming elections. We need to make the voices for peace heard. It is the only human and humane thing we can do.
    Just my humble 2 cents worth.

  2. jfl says:

    I think that no military really believes in ‘war crimes’, Charlie. The honest ones admit that war is nothing but one crime on top of another. Ultimately they believe in the rule of force and they feel that the force is on their side. That’s why they enlist.

    The problem with our situation right now is that a state can blithely assert that writing in a candidate’s name on a ballot is ‘illegal’. That is absurd on its face in a democracy and if we cannot wipe away that kind of thinking we cannot hope to prevail.

    My point is that direct action is required at this point. The system is broken, a useless jumble whose moving parts only reinforce its own dysfunction. What is required is hands-on remedy by us, the people.

    ‘Turning around the Demoblican (or Republicrat) Party’ is a fool’s errand, to be undertaken for the umpteenth time with the stated hope of resulting in a different outcome … this time.

    The system itself is the problem and is what needs our attention. Protest to the ‘authorities’ is hopeless from the start. Direct action is what is required. If embraced as was the OWS suggestion I believe that an Occupy The Election movement can be successful, can result in a peoples’ government elected outside the bounds of the present, bankrupt system, one that is ‘legal’ by its very definition : the election of a majority of us, the people.

    That’s what I’ve got. I’m open to other suggestions.

  3. charlie says:

    John,
    Yes, war IS mass murder on a very large scale.
    As to the Occupy Movement, I think that it is our best chance to make a difference for now. As long as they can keep the “professional” politicians out of it that is. We have seen recently, that the donkey gang through their shadow outfit “MoveON” is trying to infiltrate and take over the Occupy Movement. that must be stopped or Occupy will cease to be useful for the people.
    The ruling class will not go down easily.

  4. jfl says:

    I think that unless we Occupy the seat of power in the USA … and that must be our government … we will not be making a difference, Charlie.

    I realize that, as Chris Hedges and other theoreticians of revolution point out, our sovereign peoples’ power has been usurped by corporate and individual pluocratic rule. But the only safe place the exercise of our sovereign power remains ultimately with ourselves, and day-to-day delegated to our representatives in government.

    Even now they continue to pass coercive legislation and to issue ‘directives’ which in fact circumscribe and pervert our power. We must wrest power from corporate hands and reconstitute our government. Someone is going to be in control of our government and it must be ourselves.

    The populist parties of 100 years ago made huge strides, since relinquished, in the control of corporations and that is what we must reinstall today, governments working in our own interests, with the power to coerce corporations , to enforce a corporate death penalty where applicable, and to assert our rights and responsibilities over theirs.

    Confronting the corporations directly is a demonstrative step forward. It lets both them and ourselves know that we are on to their game. But the power of corporate coercion lies with government, not with a handful of ourselves …

    When our union’s inspiration through our worker’s blood shall run,
    There can be no power greater anywhere beneath the sun.
    Yet what force on earth is weaker than the feeble strength of one?
    But our union makes us strong!
    Solidarity forever,
    Solidarity forever.
    Solidarity forever,
    For our union makes us strong!

    What we need is one big union.

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