Tuesday, September 13, 2011

The Biggest Loser


"You must never be satisfied with losing.  You must get angry, terribly angry, about losing.  But the mark of a good loser is that he takes his anger out on himself and not his victorious opponents or his teammates."

-  Richard Nixon (U.S. President, 1913-1994)  

 The U. S Army General David Rodriguez announced that U.S. forces will be spread thinner and therefore must be prepared to do a wider array of missions.  In other words, less troops will be in theater.  Consequently, the enemy will have a greater chance of destroying the remaining soldiers.  There is no better loser than the U.S. Military and the drones that fight for their corporate ownership.  

There truly is no fighting force in the world with the ability to lose in as grandiose fashion as the U.S. Military.  What other fighting force is engaged on too many fronts to count?  One can also count another front as Libya, as it was reluctantly revealed recently that the U.S. has "advisors" on the ground in Libya.   

It is hard to know what members of the U.S. Military think as their leaders continue to make bonehead decisions while the American homeland and the rest of the world plunges into the greatest depression, the likes of which has never been seen.  According to a new study, one out of every six people in America are below the poverty line.  Yet every single lapdog pundit from the mainstream media proclaimed the country safer since 9/11.  Safer?  Maybe if you work in one of Department of Homeland Security's underground bunkers that spy illegally on Americans.  Otherwise in the real world, people are less safe.

“I felt that with my payment history and that I had just started working, maybe I would be able to convince the judge to give me another month and a half to start making the payments again.”

- Randy Miller (39 year-old Gulf War Veteran, speaking about a judge's decision to send him to jail for violating a court order to pay child support

Not that it matters to the military.  Enlisted "troops," dubbed so by the corporate media dehumanizers, have a job to do and their brainwashing is so thick and complete that only a single narrative delivered by the masters is probably all they are capable of entertaining at one time.  Such is life in the strange world of psychopaths. 



    

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