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THE DNA OF GOVERNMENT

U.S. Military Turns Against The American People

2013.09.01
U.S. Army Traning Material

A U.S. Army training session last year included a host of Christian and Jewish religious groups in its list of extremists.

The Army's response is nothing more than a thawed out cadaver of insults that is designed to placate the people into thinking it bears no responsibility for this outrageous attack on the people of the United States.

The complete list is as follows:

U.S. Army Traning Material
  • EVANGELICAL CHRISTINIANITY (U.S. CHRISTIANS)
  • MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD (EGYPT/MUSLIM)
  • ULTRA-ORTHODOX (ISREAEL/JUDAISM)
  • CHRISTIAN IDENTITY (U.S. CHRISTIAN)
  • AL QUAEDA (TRANSNATIONAL/ISLAM)
  • HAMAS (PALESTINIAN/ISLAMIST)
  • ABU SAYYAH (PHILIPPINES/ISLAM)
  • KU KLUX KLAN (U.S./CHRISTIAN)
  • SRI RAM SENA (INDIA/HINDU)
  • CATHOLICISM (U.S./CHRISTIANITY)
  • KAHANE MOVEMENT / KACH (ISRAEL/JEWISH)
  • ARMY OF GOD (U.S./CHRISTIANITY)
  • SUNNI MUSLIMS (IRAQ/ISLAM)
  • NATION OF ISLAM (U.S./ISLAM)
  • JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE (U.S./JUDAISM)
  • FUNDAMENTALIST CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (U.S./MORMONISM)
  • HUTAREE (U.S./CHRISTIAN)

The Army responded later by saying that it was an isolated incident not "condoned by the Department of the Army." The spokesman continued by saying that the training material was not produced by the Army nor did it reflect their policy or doctrine.

Wait a second. What was that again? The Army allows training that contradicts its doctrine and policy? Isn't that worthy of a court-martial? Disobeying statutory orders of the Army? Who was responsible for vetting the material that forms and shapes the thoughts and loyalty of our soldiers? Are we to believe that any contractor can introduce anti-American doctrine into the military and if the people do not accidentally pick up on that, it would become policy?

Either Mr. George Wright, the Army spokesman, believes that the people are totally stupid or they are unworthy of the truth; either of which is worthy of a court-martial.

Isolated incidents in the military bring My Lai and other truly isolated incidents to mind. Having training conducted by anyone (the Army pushed the blame off onto outside contractors) who so radically contradicts the Army's charter, is an admission of gross neglect and equal in massacre-potential as My Lai.

At the end of this article there is a link to a petition that I urge you to follow, so that U.S. citizens can obtain the highest level proclamation assuring that measures will be put in place to prevent these "isolated incidents" from ever occurring again and reaffirming that the religious liberties of all soldiers would be protected as the highest priority.

Claims by military leadership that there is no policy in place that violates soldiers' religious freedoms are worthless if visible and drastic action against this particualr training incident and other incidents of religious persecution are not publicly addressed to reassure the public that their sons and daughters are not subjected to subversion policies.

Previously, I have written about any governments' DNA to turn tyrannical forces against its own people if not checked by the people. The people, on the other hand, are defenseless against their government unless they recognize that they, and not the government or any one person, are the Sovereign of the United States. Government is only and solely a collection of emissaries of the Sovereign for the sake, benefit and protection of the Sovereign. They have no other function or mission; none whatsoever. Any design against that mission is tantamount to treason against the Sovereign: the people.

If the Sovereign does not remain hyper diligent and proactively move to protect its sovereignty, it is an abdication of its throne allowing the tyrannical components, inherent within any government, to dethrone it.

The military should be totally agnostic to the religious convictions of its members, who are bound together with a common bond founded on the purpose, goals and interests of its Sovereign: this nation.

Each soldier has the right -- through the inalienable right of freedom of religion -- to be comforted, strengthened and supported by its own religious convictions, which is why there are chaplains, rabbis and priests on the military payroll. They do not serve to subvert or influence the military as the sword of the Sovereign, but to provide ecclesiastical nurturing to its people, all within the realm of their own respective convictions.

Those who are of no particular religious conviction, have the right to comfort and sustenance of their choice with similar liberties that are afforded to religious minded soldiers.

The Sovereign issued an edict on September 17, 1787 to this effect and it is still in force and may not be violated in any measure imaginable.

The military operates in the arena of this life; religion operates in the arena of the ecclesiastical, which is a profoundly personal choice. For the military to reach into the arena of the ecclesiastical and dictate behavior and belief from the realm of the battlefield, is to become Islam-like, which proselytizes with the sword and by committing unspeakable barbarism.

When the military leadership disturbs this delicate balance by proclaiming that those who are devoted to their beliefs, who are no threat to the military at all as has been proven over centuries of combat and open professions, it becomes purging, the forerunner and sustaining operations of tyranny.

Regardless of one's own spiritual convictions or absence of religious beliefs, perhaps with the exception of Islam because it does not look and act like a religion, the military may never encroach on the practice of prohibiting or encouraging particular religious beliefs.

It appears as if the military is undergoing willful change in its designs for its Sovereign. It appears to shape the landscape to become more palatable for Islam than the Judeo/Christian principles on which this country was founded, both for unbelievers and believers.

I urge you to follow this link and send a petition to Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel to protect religious freedom of our troops and not to attack it.

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