Originally posted by projectvxn
reply to post by KhufuKeplerTriangle
If you see something wrong being done you bring it up your chain of command. You don't break your oath or violate your NDA.
I'm in the Army. I have a security clearance. My country is entrusting me with mission data that could be used against us to kill our fellow troops or
diplomatic efforts overseas. I will not be party to that. The fact that Bradley Manning decided to turn his back on his brothers and sisters in
uniform, regardless of the reasons, makes him a traitor in my eyes.
edit on 28-9-2012 by projectvxn because: (no reason given)
Ok, I get what you're saying. However...
I guess my experience in the service was worse than yours. I saw my own people getting medically destroyed outside of combat. You read about Dover AFB
anthrax scandal? HALF their flight crew was disabled after the vaccine, prompting Senator Biden and two congressmen to write a letter asking the
military to halt the experimental anthrax vaccine program. It was a 6 stage vaccine which was causing progressively worse disease in those with
reactions to it. I had a Senior Master Sergeant express personal concern about this to me -- he was getting sicker every time he received the
Not to mention Mefloquine tablets. Three months before my unit went to Uzbekistan (then got kicked out after a political riot and massacre), the
Pentagon had received information to the effect that mefloquine tablets were causing permanent brain damage in murine models. Human brain tissue was
also examined and mefloquine was discovered to collect specifically in brain tissue, causing brain stem damage...
Why should you care? They handed this stuff out to us in unmarked bags without literature, and some of the men took it. The schedule wasn't well
explained, and mefloquine is extremely dangerous if you take the wrong dose. So dangerous in fact that it's used like scopalomine or amphetamines
during torture and interrogation. At literally the same time as we were being given mefloquine in Uzbekistan, the Gitmo interrogators were also giving
it to the prisoners there. Do you know what drug the Halliburton KBR guys got to take at both locales?
MALARONE. More expensive, less harmful, newer.
Why did they give a drug known to cause permanent brain damage to the Air Force troops after the Pentagon received word that mefloquine is a zombie
drug and is linked to recent mass murders, like Fort Bragg shooter and Robert Bales? Somalia massacres?
I ended up doing my own research and sending a huge letter about Mefloquine to the adjutant general of the WVANG. So, not sure how I skipped my chain
of command really, considering no one without an education would have understood my concerns or cared. Now after the Robert Bales shooting we had
another Mefloquine investigation by the Pentagon.
Who is ***ing up more here, the big mouths or the big brass?
IMO it's the leadership. They could care less about our health.
The Army general who cared the most about trainee and troop health died on 9/11 when the Pentagon was hit.
And we're still taking Mefloquine for some reason.
I believe wikileaks is a good thing in our society.
EDIT: the UCMJ is unconstitutional and was created almost in the same breath as the CIA and the Air Force thanks to the National Security Act of
I consider the Air Force to be a breakdown in continuity of command.
The Army was fine with an air division.
Also the CIA is a peacetime warmongering machine, figure that one out for me.
edit on 28-9-2012 by KhufuKeplerTriangle because: edit