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4931: Americans know that the world is closing in on them

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new-logo25by James Hufferd, Ph.D. Coordinator,

911 Truth Grassroots Organization

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Myths thrive on worlds of their own creation, where beliefs can persist in the face of occurrences that seem to dispel them. – Jason Sokol, There Goes My Everything, White Southerners in the Age of Civil Rights, p. 63.

Imagine living in a country so successful that it accounts for about half of troublesomethe world’s production of wealth and well-being on an annual basis, where the average citizen enjoys three times the living standard of countries in Western Europe, which in turn enjoy three times the standard of living of the Soviet Bloc countries, whose soldiers, still fairly fresh from defeating cruel totalitarian regimes and their deluded followers, are pictured giving candy to the children of defeated foes turned into friends in occupied former enemy countries, and where brotherhood and honest, peaceful intentions are lauded and universally believed in.

That was the image we were given of our country, the U.S., over and over and over throughout the 1950s. And most foreigners were said to cherish that winsome propaganda image as well. Such was (and for many, still is) their image of America. – home of the can-do-anything-always-good-guys (and gals). But, while such as they/we were safe and happy in their/our picture-perfect suburbs, in small towns, and on farms, they/we were not quite immune to crazed lone gunmen and the like. And not immune to the world’s bad guys, Communists and an inscrutable rabble overseas who were duped by them, and now their designated successors, who hate us and want to destroy us for our freedom – always necessitating new gigantic weapons systems, unceasing vigilance, and fully-justified preemption with sometimes nattering and ungrateful allies which some persist in calling aggression. More

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Neurologist Questions ‘Sudden Deaths’

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Neurologist Questions ‘Sudden Deaths’

California neurologist Fred Baughman Jr. has compiled a list of nearly 400 questionable soldier and veteran deaths, many attributed to “natural causes.”

“What the hell are ‘natural causes’ in 20-year-olds?” Baughman asks.

His research has led him to believe they are “probable sudden cardiac deaths with no pulse and brain death in 4-5 minutes caused by a cocktail of psychiatric drugs, especially antipsychotics.”

He found common factors in the cases of Andrew White and three other West Virginia veterans, all in their 20s, who died in their sleep in early 2008: “All had been diagnosed ‘PTSD’—a psychological diagnosis, not a disease (physical abnormality) of the brain; all were on the same prescribed drug cocktail, Seroquel (antipsychotic), Paxil (antidepressant) and Klonopin (benzodiazepine); and all appeared ‘normal’ when they went to sleep.”

With other physicians and CCHR, Dr. Baughman has issued an urgent warning: “I call upon the military for an immediate embargo of all antipsychotics and antidepressants until there has been a complete, wholly public, clarification of the extent and causes of this epidemic of probable sudden cardiac deaths.”

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