|25 Oct 2015 @ 19:34, by Geral W. Sosbee|
From my very best friend for over twelve years, the splendid Barbara Hartwell who is in my opinion a national treasure.
Excerpted from [link]
"This report began with an examination of the counterintelligence operations run by FBI Chief Ted Gunderson and continued with testimony from former FBI agent/whistleblower Geral Sosbee, whose career was sabotaged by J. Edgar Hoover, Ted Gunderson and their cronies, and who has endured relentless persecution ever since, all for standing up for Liberty, for honoring his oath to defend the Constitution, for defending the unalienable rights of all, as protected under the Constitution.
Geral Sosbee's detailed and extensive documentation of government persecution, and the neutralization campaign against him, is by far the most comprehensive and credible I have ever seen. And because I have been priviliged to be his friend for nearly a decade and a half, I have also been privy to much of the unpublished documentation in our personal conversations. I know his testimony to be truthful. I myself have become a witness to many of the atrocities, the torture, the relentless assaults.
I have direct personal knowledge, as does Geral Sosbee, of every issue addressed in this report. This report has not been based on speculation, or theories, but rather on real events, real persons, identified and quoted, using their own words….
The government in fact drives the people into poverty, pushes drugs on the population (drugs for arms operations), and makes enemies around the world via their wars of aggression, conquest and nation building.
Then, they call other nations “terrorists”, when in fact they may be only defending themselves against invasion and corporate imperialism fomented by the U.S. Government and its accomplices in the United Nations. The U.N., which masquerades as promoting peace, justice and universal human rights, all the while working for a One World Totalitarian government, which accords no respect whatsoever for the unalienable rights of the Individual, which are subsumed by the purported “rights” of the collective."
* "Thus, 'truth' involves both the quality of "faithfulness, fidelity, loyalty, sincerity, veracity", and that of "agreement with fact or reality", in Anglo-Saxon expressed by sōþ (Modern English sooth)."