Bryan Casler is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of both the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. He is the Northeast Regional Coordinator for the Iraq Veterans Against the War. Speaking at a “Winter Soldier” rally in Baltimore City, on Oct. 18, 2008, he said: We were trained, intensely, to “kill without thought”...and then to “think about it later.” The military’s objective is to make its soldiers “into a killing machine.” In basic training and in boot camp, they “broke people down. You weren’t a person anymore. You were a killing machine.” Mr. Casler added this may be why so many veterans are coming back home “so messed up.” His comments came during the Q&A period of the proceedings. To view the comments of all seven speakers at the event, please go to Google, at: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3474511407340891416 The prime sponsor for the rally was the Fort Meade Chapter of the Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW), see: http://ivaw.org/; supported by the “Military Families Speak Out,” go to: http://www.mfso.org; and “Veterans for Peace,” at
These people are incapable of thinking for themselves, on any level at all. They are simply downloaded with beliefs and ideas by the dominant media. If they were thinking for themselves, and came to support the views of either candidate through their own logical processes, the Obama and McCain supporters would have very little to quarrel about. Both candidates agree on about 95% of the issues. They both support the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and the coming wars in Iran and Syria, mass immigration, massive taxation, the police/surveillance/nanny state, “free trade”, the United Nations, Zionist Israel, and every other globalist agenda. So what are the supporters arguing about?
On Sept. 23, 2008, five military veterans occupied a 35-foot-high ledge in front of the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C. At the site, they unfolded a 22X8 foot banner. It read: “Defend our Constitution: Arrest Bush and Cheney: War Criminals.” The demonstration was sponsored by the Veterans for Peace, a national organization. One of its members, Tarak Kauff, discussed the reasons for the protest action with this presenter. Also talking about the event was Peace Activist, Max Obuszewski. He had traveled over from Baltimore to give his moral support to the protest. For background, and for the latest updates on the National Archives’ demonstration, please go to: http://www.veteransforpeace.org.
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