War is mankind’s greatest flaw, there are few winners in any War aside from a handful of elite individuals who feed off the control and profit that a War brings to their table.
Everyone else is a victim in War, but what about those who have been absorbed into the military to fight the battles for this evil few? These individuals are often forgotten, in fact, they are often thought of as the tools of war rather than human beings.
The military are not just victims in times of war but in times of peace also.
Recruitment of Military Personnel
Historically and still today the recruitment process for the Military is generally although not exclusively targeting the less educated, the young and the poor. Often you will find fliers for recruitment being handed around outside High School’s and colleges offering promises of adventure and wealth.
With glossy imagery and words like Courage, Bravery, Critical and Hero being slung around it seems like a tempting direction to take when your failing in your lessons at college and your prospects for the future are growing less certain by the day.
Of course, Governments are fully aware that in order to recruit people to destroy, kill and be killed they need to do some pretty impressive convincing, which requires lots of money!
The military’s budget for advertising — on TV, radio, print, web, mail campaigns, pamphlets, and movie theaters— was projected to be $667 million dollars this year, according to the Operation and Maintenance Overview prepared by the Office of the Defense Comptroller in February 2011.
The UK in 2014 spent over £5 million on their 2014 ‘Be the best’ campaign:
With slick high-quality recruitment videos who wouldn’t want to join, you can see the ‘Be the best’ recruitment video from the UK below:
The UK maybe the pioneers of War but they are not alone in their campaigning techniques, the following video from Russia is another typical example of how War slaves are recruited:
Human Guinea Pigs
The military has historically been used for trialling new drugs, with the pharmaceutical industries been one of the most profitable industries in the World there is always a need for Human subjects to test their products on and who better than the military.
It is not uncommon for Military personnel to be given injections without any information of what is being injected into them, it is also compulsory with no opt-out.
Case in point, one U.S. soldier in Iraq, Pfc. Leif Hamre, was concerned about the questionable safety of the anthrax vaccine. When he refused to take it he was given an Article 15 — a non-judicial military punishment — including being taken off missions, assigned 18-hour workdays, and reduction in his pay scale, in addition to being subjected to threats and intimidation.
In some cases, soldiers can even be court-martialed.
In an open letter Hamre stated, “The tactics they have used to coerce me into taking the shot are unregulated, unscrupulous and downright un-American.”
And for soldiers who claim they have been harmed by a vaccine, the story is no different.
According to the unidentified military health officer soldiers are treated like vaccine reactions are “all in their heads.”
“I see the way the propaganda and information war is waged against America’s sons and daughters and how patients are treated who claim to be injured from a vaccine,” he said. “That’s troubling. That should trouble America.” [source]
Below is colour footage of atomic bomb tests with active duty military personnel at Camp Desert Rock, Nevada Test Site, Nevada. Showing soldiers in foxholes as nuclear detonation occurs nearby; light and shockwaves; blowing dust; soldiers climbing out of foxholes and running towards the mushroom cloud. Many soldiers who were present were exposed to high levels of radiation.
It has also been common working practice to give soldiers modafinil while on tour to keep them awake 24/7. Modafinil is basically an amphetamine and is often referred to as a ‘Go Pill’ within the military.
Once we head down this road, there’s no turning back.
With multiple countries investigating military modafinil, staying awake becomes an arms race.
A report by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory explains why: “Forcing our enemies to perform continuously without the benefit of sufficient daily sleep is a very effective weapon.” To win this war of exhaustion, we must “manage fatigue among ourselves.” We must
To win this war of exhaustion, we must “manage fatigue among ourselves.” We must drug our troops to outlast yours. You, in turn, must drug your troops to keep up. On the battlefield of the future, there is no sleep but death. [source]
During World War II the US Government used Black Soldiers to test out mustard Gas and other lethal experimental chemical weapons, 60,000 military personnel were enrolled for the experiments according to declassified documents released by the US Government in 1993:
“It felt like you were on fire,” recalls Edwards, now 93 years old. “Guys started screaming and hollering and trying to break out. And then some of the guys fainted. And finally they opened the door and let us out, and the guys were just, they were in bad shape.”
“They said we were being tested to see what effect these gases would have on black skins,” Edwards says. [source]
In another experiment soldiers had the pleasure of experiencing the effects of Sarin Gas:
Ronald Maddison, an RAF engineer from Co Durham, was just 20 when he signed up for one of the hundreds of experiments carried out at the ‘military science park’ of Porton Down, in May 1953.
Assured that he was in no danger, he was guided into a gas chamber with five other test subjects, dressed in oversized overalls, woollen hats and respirators for protection. Scientists applied twenty drops of liquid to two layers of cloth used in uniforms, serge and flannel, which had been taped to the inside of his forearm. Just hours later the hapless volunteer was dead, the victim of the most severe case of nerve gas poisoning ever recorded in the western world.
He had been exposed to Sarin, a deadly nerve agent that is now classified by the UN as a weapon of mass destruction.
Ambulance driver Alfred Thornhill, who was 19 years old at the time of Maddison’s death, spoke as an eyewitness at the inquest into his death.
‘I had never seen anyone die before and what that lad went through was absolutely horrific,’ he told the inquest. [Source]
These are just a few examples, these types of experiments have been taking place on military personnel all over the World for decades.
In 1963 the UK military tested LSD on soldiers, although the footage shows little distress from the individuals its still another example of how the military is used as Government Lab Rats:
The Ultimate Scape-Goat
After Countries have been destroyed and it’s civilians slaughtered and ruined it is common for the victors to come under scrutiny by its own people and other nations for their recent conquest. With accusations of ‘War Crimes’ being slung about its quite normal for Governments to require somewhere for people’s outrage to be vented. The military once again has a vital part to play here as the scapegoat.
I we surprised that military personnel commit some disgusting acts against others while on duty in places like Afghanistan and Iraq?
These are often individuals taken in from a very young age, indoctrinated by the military industrial complex to do WHATEVER is expected of them by those in a higher rank. They are used and abused physically and mentally, their bodies are used as human guinea pigs as described in the earlier section of this article. With sleep deprivation being a normal state when on tour can we expect their actions to be treated as their own?
Now, let’s consider this, these young men and women are sent to foreign lands to fight a war based on outright lies by wealthy individuals who sit back in their large houses sipping champagne. They are expected to kill other young men and women from other nations who are fighting the opposing sides, wealthy leader. The whole scenario is beyond any rational understanding and it’s fully understandable how many soldiers lose their minds on duty.
When living in a nightmare without end, in a constant state of fear and panic, can we really expect the human mind to remain stable?
Tony Blair sent the UK’s military to Iraq to pillage an entire nation based on a fabrication. Tony Blair is responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent people. After over a decade of investigation into this with the Chilcot report, it is agreed that Tony Blair lied, however, he is to walk free without charge. Meanwhile, the military could be charged for various acts of misconduct while on duty:
Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court will examine the Chilcot report for evidence of abuse and torture by British soldiers but have already ruled out putting Tony Blair on trial for war crimes, The Telegraph can disclose.
The victimisation of soldiers does not finish along with their career. Veterans as well as living the remainder of their days often with serious mental and physical health issues also have the pleasure of being consistently attacked by the state till the day they die. Whether it be through restrictions to their freedom to carry firearms, pensions, false accusations of local crimes based on their potential mental health state caused by the accusers, the nightmare never ends and the struggle remains.
The Veterans Affairs office has made it a practice to report veterans to the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check system.
If veterans need help doing paper work, they lose their rights. It’s clearly a violation of the Second Amendment.
Any veteran who is assigned a fiduciary trustee to act on their behalf is automatically declared “mentally defective” and is reported to NICS, the database Federal Firearms Licensees use to determine whether a prospective buyer is eligible to buy guns.
Forgotten Victims Of War
The young and vulnerable of our own countries are often as much a victim as those in the nations which our blood-thirsty politicians destroy. They are groomed at a young age, brainwashed and then sent out to kill on behalf of another. When they are done with the killing and return home those that instructed them to kill turn their backs on them and point the finger.
Many live out the remainder of their lives in personal torment over the immoral actions they have committed and the very unfortunate ones spend many years behind bars for not Killing others in the appropriate fashion.
We need to support these victims of war when they return rather than condemn them.
Many eventually wake up to the evil war machine to which they are a part of and have made a public stand:
War does not bring peace to the nations upon which our wrath is unleashed, it merely provides more wealth and control for a very small number of extremely wealthy psychopaths. These people care not for human life, they care about us no more than those who live in the nations they destroy. We are all expendable in their eyes.
War produces no hero’s, War provides no peace, War is for the greedy, War is for the few.