Democide: People murdered by the government

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posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 07:21 AM
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So, we all know the government kills people. Some folks, it does it covertly. Makes it look like a suicide. Others, they do overtly to send a message. Folks like the ones at Waco, and Ruby Ridge, who they murdered to send a message.

Folks the government definitely murdered:
Seventy seven people at Waco, when the ATF murdered them via a combination of fires and CN nerve gas that when combusted formed into cyanide.
Eleven people in MOVE, when a police helicopter dropped a bomb made of C4 and Tovex plastic explosives on the roof, starting a fire and caving it in.
Amadou Diallo, when the police shot him, when he went to pull out his wallet to provide ID.

Folks who the government probably murdered:
Gary Webb: Exposed the link between the C.I.A., the coc aine cartels, and the Contras. He wrote all about it.
Well, has anyone ever heard of a multiple gunshot suicide? Wikipedia says it's not uncommon at all, and then lists several high ranking government and media officials who have committed such an act. Pretty good evidence, though multiple gunshot to the head suicides really do seem popular amongst the media and political arenas.

J.F.K. was murdered by somebody. I'd bet someone in the government was involved at some point, probably a bunch of mob-types too, and also the C.I.A. You know, head of the C.I.A., Allen Dulles was on the Warren Commission. You know, the commission appointed to investigate whether or not there was a high ranking government plot to kill the president. We can totally trust the spooks to regulate and watch themselves. Nothing bad could ever come from that.

Congressman Leo Ryan from California was probably set up to be murdered by the governor at the time, Jerry Brown. I get weird vibes from that whole Jonestown incident. Everyone's dead, anything could have happened there. The late seventies were a bad time to not be a Republican. The corporations that wear the corpse of this once great nation like a suit were starting to move around in it's skin, and they wanted to make their presence known. They nearly assassinated Jimmy Carter himself.

Now, there's always room to learn, and for new opinions. I'm always looking to hear a new theory. If anyone knows of anyone else murdered by the government, please feel free to share. If you have an opposite opinion, and think that they weren't murdered by the government, share that opinion as well.
Just remember to always question authority.




posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 08:21 AM
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Most governments do it in one way or the other. William Cooper was an interesting one.. Seemed a bit suspect even though some thought he was out of his mind..



posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 08:30 AM
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most the people on this website are probably on a list, the killings are getting more and more, and they are openly threatening people now, What happened to democracy? freedom of speech?

It is a democracy because I SAY SO lol what joke

And we have freedom of speech as long as we only talk about what we are allowed to talk about. what the hell?

history has already taught us, and things are getting worse, we all need to stand together as a united Humanity,

I have made a video on the killings of liberty preaching activists check it out

edit on 9-5-2013 by Kandinsky because: removed video pending permission from TAN



posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 08:54 AM
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Let's keep it serious, here. That video is a bit off the deep end, and sort of off topic. I'm trying to have a rational discussion about how the government covertly and less than covertly bumps people off, and you're talking about ground up baby pills.

Now, back on subject, anyone ever hear of a fellow named Hale Boggs? He was part of the Warren Commission.
Now this one goes in the "Probably killed by the government" category, but I'm decently certain they did it. He was the dissenting vote on the commission who believed there had been foul play. Naturally, he turns up dead. From an airline crash over Alaska. Or so they say. To this very day, they have not found his body, or the plane.



posted on Jan, 21 2013 @ 02:07 PM
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Now, this one here is more of the Military, murdering people, but the military is a branch of the U.S. government.
You folks ever here of a little Vietnamese village named My Lai?

Let's all go back to the sixties, to scenic Vietnam after it was invaded under fraudulent Casus belli.
Gulf of Tonkin, which was all blatant lies. One could classify that entire war as government murder. And not just the Vietnamese being murdered, but our own U.S. soldiers, too, being sent to die in a pointless war that we could not win without degenerating into savage beasts of men. But I digress, and I'd like to get a little bit more specific.

Okay, so the date is March 16, 1968.
Up at bat are Company C, of the 23rd Infantry Division. They're told that the sleepy village of My Lai is a V.C. stronghold. That everyone in the village at that point is Viet Cong, all enemy combatants.

They're told to go in and slaughter them. And they do. Only, what they find when they go perform their slaughter are not trained soldiers and revolutionaries. No, what they find are unarmed men, women, children, the elderly.
Well, they killed everything that moved. They piled people into a ditch, and executed them. Brutality rivalled only by that of nations that are supposed to be our sworn enemies because of such brutality. Nazi-like deeds.

By the end of the day, several hundreds of innocent people were murdered, mutilated, and worse.
The press gets wind of the story, and publishes it. Talk is made of convicting the men who were responsible for the atrocity, but talk is cheap.

Only one man serves any time for these actions. Second Lieutenant William Calley is tried and given a life sentence for murdering 22 villagers , which is then commuted to three and a half years because the people he shot weren't American and therefore in the eyes of the legal system did not count. American Justice, ain't it great?



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 05:59 PM
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Why is it that the government and the military have a blank check to kill people? A cop executes a man, in the street. No charges. A bomb drops onto a church in some war torn third world nation. Exquisitely manufactured, with smart guidance, and "Made in the U.S.A." stenciled on.

If Uncle Sam were one man, he'd be a homicidal lunatic with a battered family.We the citizenry are the family, and the government is the abusive, manipulative spouse that will shoot you if you try to leave.

Civil war was the murder of thousands of Americans for a senseless purpose. Lincoln was a war criminal, and one of the biggest unsung villains since Christopher Columbus. Now, I know you're going to paint me as un-American, but I love this country. I hate Lincoln, and Christopher Columbus, but for good reasons. I love George Washington, because Washington was an honourable man, and not a tyrant. He led the rebellion, against the bigger entity. He's a hero. Not a man who waged war against his own country and inspired such hatred, like Lincoln did.

I believe in America, the country. Not America, the government, or America, the corporatocracy, or the Establishment.



posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 06:08 PM
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Excellent thread!

I believe Breitbart was killed by the government.
I think they used their heart attack gun on him.



posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 08:46 PM
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I believe it's possible. I view any political death with suspicion, ESPECIALLY when the toxicology screen reports negative. Then I believe it's an injection of potassium, which causes heart attacks. If I ever die of a heart attack, I have been murdered by the government. There are dozens of these, and drug overdoses, and suspicious heart attacks.

SEE: Abbie Hoffman, Marylin Monroe, Hunter S. Thompson, and so on.



posted on Feb, 22 2013 @ 10:09 AM
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Add to the list of people murdered by the Government Mr. Christopher Dorner.

Now, some of you might be saying, "Grifter, the news said that Dorner set the fire, and shot himself.".
Well, that's a bold faced lie. It's like Waco all over again. Over the police scanner, you can clearly hear them planning to start the blaze themselves.
"Alright, we're gonna go ahead with the plan with the burners”.
And then they try to say they were only using tear gas grenades, and that just because the tear gas grenades generate an intense amount of heat, and very often start fires, they didn't MEAN to burn him. What a crock.
Every American is entitled to a trial, and due process of law. Now, they could have rushed him, and it would have been constitutional for them to shoot at him, if he shot back, but it's not in any way constitutional for the police to burn a man alive.

They murdered Dorner. Pity. His methods were extreme, but he was out there, fighting the man on his own terms. I respect that.



posted on May, 7 2013 @ 08:13 PM
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Let's add Mr. Barry Seal to the list. A man who trained with Lee Harvey Oswald, and ran coc aine for the CIA and Oliver North. Now, at some point, there was a falling out, and he was shot to death by assassins under the command of North. He had angered the Bush Family, you see. They found George H.W. Bush's personal phone number amongst Seal's possessions, after he was murdered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Poor guy. They used him up, and when there was no more left of him to use, and he was too much of a liability, they had him killed.



posted on May, 8 2013 @ 01:39 PM
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What about Pat tillman,911 truthers,JFK researchers,drones,experiments etc?



posted on May, 8 2013 @ 02:11 PM
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I get what your saying and you are right.
But shouldn't we call it Govicide?
Otherwise I'd like to vote for Republicide.
I think there's a bit more blood on their hands just because of Cheney.





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