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Mad Dog on the Prowl: the Blood-soaked Career of General James Mattis

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Editors note:  Before you think about rushing to support or defend Mattis, remember this…Mattis enjoys killing and he does not distinguish between imagined or real enemies.  The bragging and obvious pleasure this man takes in the slaughter of even children should be a warning to all.  IF you think this man would NOT turn on us and do the same to us that he has done to other people in foreign countries, you are sadly mistaken.  In any other social position he would be called what he is……a psychopathic serial killer.  That this man brags about the atrocities he commits or orders to be committed is exceeded only by his absolute pleasure in regaling others with his horrendous deeds.  MJO

Duty to Warn

new-logo251_002By Gary G. Kohls, MD

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“One victim of the US military aggression after another was brought into the clinic, nearly all of them women and children, carried by weeping family members. Those who had not been hit by bombs from warplanes had been shot by US snipers…

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(Should Unindicted, Potential International War Criminals be Disqualified for Serving as US Secretary of Defense?)

“It is clear that Trump’s secretary of defense selection of Mattis, an unprosecuted war criminal, is yet another egregious act against justice and the rule of international law. Mattis was a high-level marine commander overseeing both sieges of Fallujah who then played an active role in making sure eight marines involved in a massacre walked away from any appropriate punishment.” – Dahr Jamail (http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/38620-james-mattis-is-a-war-criminal-i-experienced-his-attack-on-fallujah-firsthand)

Donald Trump clearly meets most of the qualities of sociopathic personality disorder and his tactics and political belief system really can’t be distinguished from fascism. So it shouldn’t be surprising to recognize many of the same traits in his appointees. More

Troops Deployed On U.S. Streets…….. By Naomi Wolf

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***   “Whoever, except in cases and under circumstances expressly authorized

by the Constitution or Act of Congress, willfully uses any part of the Army or the Air Force as a posse comitatus or otherwise to execute the laws shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than two years, or both.”

(Title 18, Section 1385 of the United States Code)

 

EXPLANATION, NORTHCOM RECEIVED A “BATTLE-TESTED FIGHTING UNIT FROM THE WAR ON IRAQ”

 

Troops Deployed On U.S. Streets        By Naomi Wolf

 

http://www.countercurrents.org/wolf081008.htm

 

Excerpted from the article:

 

“Nothing. Their only recourse is to cut off funding. The Congress would be at the mercy of military leaders to go to them and ask them not to obey illegal orders.”

“I interviewed Vietnam veteran, retired U.S. Air Force Colonel and patriot David Antoon for clarification: “If the President directed the First Brigade to arrest Congress, what could stop him?”

“But these orders are now legal?'”

“Correct.”

“If the President directs the First Brigade to arrest a bunch of voters, what would stop him?”

“Nothing. It would end up in courts but the action would have been taken.”

“If the President directs the First Brigade to kill civilians, what would stop him?”

“Nothing.”

“What would prevent him from sending the First Brigade to arrest the editor of the Washington Post?”

“Nothing. He could do what he did in Iraq — send a tank down a street in Washington and fire a shell into the Washington Post as they did into Al Jazeera, and claim they were firing at something else.”

“What happens to members of the First Brigade who refuse to take up arms against U.S. citizens?”

“They’d probably be treated as deserters as in Iraq: arrested, detained and facing five years in prison. In Iraq a study by Ann Wright shows that deserters — reservists who refused to go back to Iraq — got longer sentences than war criminals.”

“Does Congress have any military of their own?”

“No. Congress has no direct control of any military units. The Governors have the National Guard but they report to the President in an emergency that he declares.”

“Who can arrest the President?”

“The Attorney General can arrest the President after he leaves or after impeachment.”

[Note: Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi has asserted it is possible for District Attorneys around the country to charge President Bush with murder if they represent districts where one or more military members who have been killed in Iraq formerly resided.]

“Given the danger do you advocate impeachment?”

“Yes. President Bush struck down Posse Comitatus — which has prevented, with a penalty of two years in prison, U.S. leaders since after the Civil War from sending military forces into our streets — with a ‘signing statement.’ He should be impeached immediately in a bipartisan process to prevent the use of military forces and mercenary forces against U.S. citizens” 

Read the full article here:    By Naomi Wolf  

http://www.countercurrents.org/wolf081008.htm 

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