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Unemployed? The Military Needs GOOD Soldiers

March 05, 2013

What's a good soldier? There are thousands in the US military who believe that the only good soldier is a dead soldier. That's why so many soldiers have killed themselves. The statistics show that there are more US soldier deaths from suicide than from combat.

Why are so many US soldiers killing themselves? Because they have a conscience. They woke up from the propaganda and realized that they weren't heroes and they weren't defending peace. They were enemies of peace.

Soldiers who commit suicide are GOOD soldiers because they have a conscience. Their conscience won't allow them to loot and occupy other nations and to murder women, children and men who dare to defend their country against the American invaders.

Soldiers who commit suicide wake up and realize that they are not serving and defending their country. They are commiting genocide for the profiteering owners of the military-industrial complex.

Bradley Manning Is A Good Soldier

Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is accused of leaking military secrets to the public. In good conscience, he disclosed a classified video depicting U.S. troops shooting civilians from an Apache helicopter in Iraq in July 2007. The video, was published by WikiLeaks on April 5, 2010. Manning faces 52 years in prison..yet no charges have been filed against the murdering soldiers in the video.


Oath Keepers is the “Patriot” militia group made up of law enforcement officers, military personnel and veterans. They are an informal alliance of hard-line gun owners.

Oath Keepers abide by an official list of 10 “Orders We Will Not Obey,” in which they vow to resist any government efforts to “disarm the American people” or turn cities into “giant concentration camps.”

Fighting And Infiltrating The US Military

The 2009 Department of Homeland Security report entitled Rightwing Extremism identifies US veterans as a threat. This report clearly outlines that veterans, because of their diverse training in tactical operations, are a decisive threat to the US government's declaration of martial law in the near future.

The document identifies domestic extremists, particularly white supremacists, who are allegedly the newest and most dangerous threat to the US since al-Qaeda. With the help of the FBI-sponsored SPLC and Zionist-controlled Anti-Defamation League (ADL), US Armed Forces have created a training course to teach active duty military men how to spot infiltrators in their own ranks.

Anyone with tattoos of lightning bolts, skulls, swastikas and other extremist symbols are suspects.


A US Army sergeant, Hasan Akbar, who wanted to stop U.S. troops from killing his fellow Muslims was convicted by a military jury of murdering two colleagues and wounding 14 other soldiers in a chaotic grenade and rifle attack two days after the United States invaded Iraq. Sgt. Hasan Akbar was convicted by a court-martial in 2005 and sentenced to death.

Sergeant John Russell went on a shooting spree at Camp Liberty, near the Baghdad airport killing five fellow soldiers in the worst such attack of the six-year-old Iraq war.

A Muslim soldier, Pfc. Naser Jason Abdo, was convicted of plotting to blow up a Texas restaurant packed with American troops to bring "justice" for the innocent civilians killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

In March 2003, Capt. Christopher Seifert and Maj. Gregory Stone of the Army's 101st Airborne Division were killed in a grenade attack at Camp Pennsylvania, Kuwait, that wounded 14 other officers.

Sgt. Joseph Tackett was fatally shot in June 2005 by a fellow soldier in Baghdad. Lt. Willie Davis later pleaded guilty to a charge of negligent homicide and was sentenced to 30 months in prison, the independent Army Times reported.

Capt. Phillip Esposito and Lt. Louis Allen were killed in an explosion at a base in Tikrit, north of Baghdad. The military charged a sergeant in their company, Alberto Martinez, with murder in their deaths, but a military jury acquitted him in 2008.

Two U.S. sailors based in Bahrain, Seaman Anamarie Camacho and Seaman Genesia Gresham, were shot and killed by a third sailor who then shot himself in October 2007, the Navy said.

A 39-year-old soldier was charged with killing Staff Sgt. Darris Dawson and Sgt. Wesley Durbin in Tunnis, Iraq, in September.

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