|17 May 2016 @ 20:35, by Geral W. Sosbee|
Here is my report on low USA turning against its very own Veterans.
The supreme *irony of the political regime that calls itself the USA is the unlawful manner by which this nation uses, exploits, discards and forgets its very best citizens, the Veterans who defend the USA at risk of death.
Furthermore, as I have documented, many returning war Veterans are singled out in political vendettas to be treated as human experimentees; they are harassed, tortured, forced into suicide and murdered by the fbi and police who are blindly supported by the public.
*The clear irony in this disturbing social phenomenon is that our brave men who confronted the enemy on the battlefield in difficult and painful defense of the country often come home to fight the cowardly thugs of the fbi and police.
I have shown how the fbi engages in unconscionable crimes against me and others, how the lethargic Congress allows fbi atrocities, how the SCOTUS disregards petitions from this tortured combat veteran and how the general public is kept in the dark by the media regarding high crimes committed and approved by all branches and departments of this pathetic regime.
Many fbi hoodlums sent at me try to provoke a response so that I may be arrested or killed. When I see these thugs assaulting and physically attacking me, I recall my service in the USA and the men I served with. None of us would ever engage in assaults against each other, nor against an American because the defense of the nation was the mission and because no one in his right mind would seek to harm our own. This patriotic notion (born of common sense) is turned upside down today as the fbi, police, and their assassins/thugs/operatives are paid to taunt, provoke, arrest and kill the Veteran and other innocent Americans. For these reasons, inter alia , I describe all fbi, police and their operatives who engage in such crimes as criminally insane.
Geral Sosbee, Viet Nam, 1967
Fbi destroys my life in its vendetta:
Statistics reflect a corrupt and irresponsible nation:
In 2013, the United States Department of Veterans Affairs released a study that covered suicides from 1999 to 2010, which showed that roughly 22 veterans were committing suicide per day, or one every 65 minutes. Some sources suggest that this rate may be undercounting suicides.
Unforgiveable Crimes Against Veterans in a Vendetta By USA Intelligence Agencies:
About me and my intellectual battles at home against the real enemy, the police state USA: