Job 34:22 There is no darkness, nor shadow of death, where the workers of iniquity may hide themselves. Philippians 2:15 a crooked and perverse nation,

army be all that you can be.jpg (28164 bytes)([Saints See: Officer "docked pay" for torturing Iraqi to death - Chief Warrant Officer Lewis Welshofer, the highest ranking US Army official charged to date in the death of an Iraqi detainee, was convicted of negligent homicide on Saturday after it decided the death was not murder.

 cwo_lewis_welshofer.jpg (52074 bytes)Welshofer, following broader army guidelines tortured an Iraqi General named Abed Hamed Mowhoush by covering his mouth and placing him head first into a sleeping bag then sitting on his chest during an interrogation. The man died. How is that not murder? The interrogation technique itself completely defies logic, how are you going to get information from someone who's mouth is covered and has been placed inside a sleeping bag? We also know that any informatin extrapolated via the method of torture is highly suspect at best and most likely completely unreliable. Yet the globalists still defend the method as effective. The officer was fined $6,000 in salary and was largely restricted to his barracks and workplace for 60 days. The leniancy of the sentance highlights the fact that US forces can literally get away with murder and that the use of torture is deemed to be permissable due to the fact that officers who carry it out are simply "following orders". Where are the punishments for those responsible for these orders?][Saints See: Drug-smuggler sentenced to 23 years in prison - A soldier sent to Colombia to help fight the war on drugs has been sentenced to prison for smuggling cocaine into the United States aboard military aircraft. Lt. Col. Jeffery Nance on Jan. 27 ordered Rosas to 23 years behind bars, capping three days of testimony that unraveled a complex, two-year drug smuggling conspiracy through which he and other soldiers smuggled some 200 pounds of cocaine. Rosas, 23, is the fourth U.S. soldier to be convicted in the case. painted by prosecutors as the mastermind who carefully and artfully developed the drug-smuggling conspiracy, he received the stiffest prison sentence. The other three soldiers are serving five- to eight-year terms. Rosas, a cryptologic linguist with the 204th Military Intelligence Battalion at Fort Bliss, was busted down in rank to private, given a dishonorable discharge and ordered to forfeit all pay and benefits.]) Saints from former LAPD Michael C. Ruppert ([See: THE BUSH-CHENEY DRUG EMPIRE - Of all American companies dealing directly with the U.S. military and providing cover for CIA operations few firms can match the global presence of this giant construction powerhouse which employs 20,000 people in more than 100 countries. Through its sister companies or joint ventures, Brown and Root can build offshore oil rigs, drill wells, construct and operate everything from harbors to pipelines to highways to nuclear reactors. It can train and arm security forces and it can now also feed, supply and house armies. One key beacon of Brown and Root's overwhelming appeal to agencies like the CIA is that, from its own corporate web page, it  proudly announces that it has received the contract to dismantle aging Russian nuclear tipped ICBMs in their silos.Furthermore, the relationships between key institutions, players and the Bushes themselves suggest that under a George "W" administration the Bush family and its allies may well be able, using Brown and Root as the operational interface, to control the drug trade all the way from Medellin to Moscow. As described by the Associated Press, during "Iran-Contra" Congressman Dick Cheney of the House Intelligence Committee was a rabid supporter of Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North. This was in spite of the fact that North had lied to Cheney in a private 1986 White House briefing.

oliver_north_time_magazine.jpg (24651 bytes)Oliver North's own diaries and subsequent investigations by the CIA Inspector General have irrevocably tied him directly to cocaine smuggling during the 1980s and the opening of bank accounts for one firm moving four tons of cocaine a month. This, however, did not stop Cheney from actively supporting North's 1994 unsuccessful run for the U.S. Senate from Virginia just a year before he took over the reins at Brown and Root's parent company, Dallas based Halliburton Inc. in 1995. As the Bush Secretary of Defense during Desert Shield/Desert Storm (1990-91), Cheney also directed special operations involving Kurdish rebels in northern Iran. The Kurds' primary source of income for more than fifty years has been heroin smuggling from Afghanistan and Pakistan through Iran, Iraq and Turkey. The Clinton Administration took care of all that wasted travel for heroin with the 1998 destruction of Serbia and Kosovo and the installation of the KLA as a regional power. That opened a direct line from Afghanistan to Western Europe and Brown and Root was right in the middle of that too.

COMPROMISED_DRUG _BOOK_COVER.JPG (22402 bytes)The Clinton skill at streamlining drug operations   was described in detail in the May issue of FTW in a story entitled "The Democratic Party's Presidential Drug Money Pipeline." That article has since been reprinted in three countries. The essence of the drug economic lesson was that by growing opium in Colombia and by smuggling both cocaine and heroin from Colombia to New York City through the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico (a virtual straight line), traditional smuggling routes could be shortened or even eliminated. This reduced both risk and cost, increased profits and eliminated competition.]) Psalms 14:1 They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, ([Saints See: Soldier Who Made Iraqis Jump Off Bridge, Killing One, Gets Just 6 Months, Is Not Discharged - An Army platoon sergeant who ordered his soldiers to throw Iraqis into the Tigris River was sentenced Saturday to six months in military prison, but will not be discharged. The military jury also reduced the rank of Army Sgt. 1st Class Tracy Perkins by one grade to staff sergeant, which cuts his pay and responsibilities. Perkins, 33, was convicted Friday of two counts of aggravated assault, assault consummated by battery and obstruction of justice. He was acquitted of involuntary manslaughter and making a false statement. He did not testify during his trial, but before he was sentenced Saturday told the jury of Army officers and enlisted members that his actions were wrong although he did not apologize to the Iraqis. He said he still loved the military and did not want to lose his job. Perkins and another soldier were accused of ordering soldiers to push the two Iraqis into the river in Samarra in January 2004. Prosecutors say Zaidoun Hassoun, 19, drowned and his cousin, Marwan Hassoun, climbed out the river. Marwan Hassoun testified that he tried to save his cousin by grabbing his hand, but the powerful current swept Zaidoun away. Marwan said the body was found in the river nearly two weeks later.][Saints See: Commentary: Why Do Meth Addicts Get Treatment While Crack Addicts Get Prison Time? - In the 1980s, crack cocaine exploded onto the urban scene, taking not just individuals, but entire families and communities hostages. Violence became commonplace as gangs and dealers fought over customers and turf, ‘crack heads’ became as much a fixture in urban communities as churches and corner stores. Today, there is a new "drug of choice" -- methamphetamine or meth. Both law enforcement officials and mainstream media call meth America’s most dangerous drug. All of the attention has led lawmakers to come up with necessary solutions to this serious dilemma. Now, it seems that meth users, by way of the criminal justice system, are getting the help they need to get their lives back on track while, historically, crack use has been punished with stiff criminal sentences. Meth, made from a substance found in over the counter cold medications, is relatively cheap and, if a seller can’t be found, can be made at home with recipes available on the internet. There’s no denying that the drug’s cheap price and accessibility make it a threat. But both drugs are highly addictive and equally dangerous. Why the disparity?

black_prisoners.jpg (80638 bytes)Crack cocaine is the only drug for which a first offense of possession carries a federally mandated minimum sentence -- five grams gets you a minimum of five years. Sure, some crack addicts were sent to treatment centers but, for the most part, crack use was -- and is -- treated as a crime. Despite the fact that the majority of crack users in this country are white, the public face of crack has always been black or brown. Ninety-three percent of those sentenced to prison for crack-related offenses are black and Latino. When white crack users are arrested, statistics show they are rarely prosecuted. If they are, they are less likely to be convicted. When convicted, they receive shorter sentences in lower security prisons or are sent to rehab -- evidence that white drug users are given a chance to turn their lives around while most addicts of color are criminalized. Much like their crack-addicted counterparts, the predominantly white users of meth appear to be getting preferential treatment as well. States like Illinois, Indiana and Montana are building special "meth units" within prisons to specifically house and treat meth addicts, and new laws will allow judges to sentence individuals convicted of meth-related crimes to drug treatment prisons.]) Psalms 5:5 The foolish shall not stand in thy sight: thou hatest all workers of iniquity. John 7:24 Judge not according to the appearance, (Saints See: Drug War An American Epidemic - Lt. Ron D. Smith of the Nevada County Sheriff’s Department has seen plenty of drug users in his time, but nothing quite like the ones tweaked on meth. In his “sleepy little county” in central California, 40 percent of all arrests are meth-related. The crimes, he says, are getting wackier and wackier. Meth actually makes you crazy,” Smith says.

methamphetamine_desoxyn.jpg (60923 bytes)That’s the scariest thing about methamphetamine, an illegal drug that has reached epidemic status across much of the United States. After it invades the central nervous system to achieve its high, meth turns perfectly normal people into psychotics, often violent ones. Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan calls methamphetamine “perhaps the most destructive drug ever encountered.”) Revelation 22:15 For without are dogs, and sorcerers,

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