millions were shocked there was another slaughter at Ft. Hood,
Texas, April 2, 2014, I wasn't. Following the blood bath, November
5, 2009, by another America hating muslim active duty murderer,
the impostor in the White House and his minions declared it to
place violence'. That was all the discredited "mainstream"
media needed to jump back on the gun control band wagon. The response
from some pompous jackasses in the Outlaw Congress was the same
vomit coming out of the sissy males on CNN, MSNBC and print media
who constantly carp it's the guns.
following the 2009 rampage, America was fed the usual by Army
spokes persons: Army is family. We are strong. We will come together.
Did all that warm, fuzzy rhetoric stop last week's killing spree?
then a few Republicans in the Outlaw Congress tried to get legislation
passed that would lift the ban on soldiers carrying a concealed
weapon on base. Naturally, it failed and we now have round two
at Ft. Hood. The same empty words from members of the Outlaw Congress
last week was the same as we heard in 2009: Our soldiers are fighting
for our freedom, they deserve the best. We we must protect our
soldiers, blah, blah, blah. Did all those words back then stop
last week's killing spree? No.
happened to catch a segment from gas bag, Bill O'Reilly, the other
night. His guests make frequent appearances, Ltc. Ralph Peters
(Ret) and Col. David Hunt (Ret.). All three agreed soldiers who
are highly trained in firearms should not be allowed concealed
weapons on base. Instead, just like the pilots on 9/11, they should
simply be easy, soft targets for terrorists or an individual who
goes off the deep end.
American don't know it, but two months before 9/11
and without any explanation, a 40 year old FAA rule that allowed
commercial air line pilots (many battle hardened military veterans)
to be armed was
rescinded. That's right. Oh, I suppose it's just another one
of those coincidences about 9/11. Why wasn't that rule rescinded
two years before 9/11 instead of two months before the slaughter?
litany of reasons given by O'Reilly and his experts can
be read here. All three of them act like all soldiers are
a bunch of wack jobs who can't control their emotions and therefore,
cannot be trusted with a concealed weapon on a military base.
It's okay for them to carry off the base, but on the base? Oh,
no, they're just too emotionally driven to be trusted. This from
someone who has never served a day in uniform.
first massacre in 2009 was without doubt an act of terrorism by
another individual in support of the fake
religion called Islam. Nidal Malik Hasan should have been
booted out of the military long before he killed 13 Americans,
but since he is a muslim, political correctness prevailed. The
end result was unimaginable horror that families and survivors
will live with the rest of their lives. To add injury to insult,
that waste of human skin managed to keep from going to trial for
almost five years. Hasan was rightfully given the
sentence of death:
"When Hasan began shooting, the troops were standing in long lines
to receive immunizations and doctors' clearance. Thirteen people
were killed and more than were 30 wounded. All but one of the
dead were soldiers, including a pregnant private who curled on
the floor and pleaded for her baby's life."
is no question as to his guilt. Any appeal will result in the
same outcome. There hasn't been a military execution since 1961.
Hasan is the poster boy for his own actions<>. He doesn't
deserve to take one more breath on this earth. I hope his judgment
day comes soon instead of 10,15, 20 years down the road.
the case of Spc. Ivan Lopez, the now dead shooter in last week's
slaughter, we know he was being evaluated for post-traumatic stress
disorder, a very real mental condition experienced by thousands
of fine soldiers in our military. We
know he was given pills including Ambien. Allegedly, Lopez
ask for some type of leave right before the shooting, but was
denied. Did that set him off? I doubt we'll ever know.
we do know is that once again, another human being went off the
deep end while taking those evil SSRI anti-depressant drugs like
Ambien with endless side effects. I can't think of one school
shooting where the child killer wasn't on Ritalin, Prozac or in
the case of Columbine shooter, Eric Harris, he was on Luvox. I
know because of obtained a copy of his autopsy from the coroner's
office. Dylan Klebold's is still sealed to my knowledge. While
the big pharmaceutical houses claim those drugs are perfectly
could be further from the truth:
a year after fluoxetine was introduced, Bill Forsyth of Maui,
Hawaii, had taken it for only 12 days when he committed one of
the first murder/suicides attributed to any SSRI.
the same year Joseph Wesbecker killed eight others and himself
in a Louisville, Ky., printing plant where he worked, after 4
weeks on fluoxetine. Yet as early as 1986, clinical trials showed
a rate of 12.5 suicides per 1,000 subjects on fluoxetine vs. 3.8
on older non-SSRIs vs. 2.5 on placebo! An internal 1985 Lilly
document found even worse results and said that benefits were
less than risks. Such documents were released into the public
domain by Lilly as part of the settlement in the Wesbecker case.
Fifteen more “anecdotes” of murder/suicide, three with sertraline,
were listed by DeGrandpre."
the hand wringing and scripted statements from military brass
and members of the Outlaw Congress will not stop another base
shooting. Soldiers in the military are not being given the treatment
they need. Some wait months before even getting in the door. Shoving
dangerous pills down their throats, patting them on the head and
sending them along the way only treats the symptoms, not the underlying
mental health issues. Our returning soldiers from foreign countries
and their internal squabbles continue to get less than what they
need in a timely fashion.
cheer on our military to fight and occupy countries like Iraq
and Afghanistan. Endless unconstitutional, un-delcared wars and
when tens of thousands of soldiers come home broken and in need
of real help, they get dangerous drugs. They quietly suffer while
Americans reelect the same rotten, corrupt SOBs back to the Outlaw
Congress who have not fixed the problem of getting them much needed
treatment other than prescriptions for mind altering drugs.
have criticized the VA forever because nothing ever changes. Career
politicians in the Outlaw Congress stand in front of cameras looking
serious and spout off how our veterans deserve the best, blah,
blah, blah. Do they get it? No. Why? Unqualified political
appointees always end up as chief honcho of the VA and
there's never enough money. After all, we must give counties like
Israel $3 BILLION borrowed dollars a year to build up their military
and Egypt BILLIONS of borrowed dollars with the debt slapped on
our backs to build up their military to fight the CIAs Al Quaeda.
course, there isn't a scintilla of constitutional authority to
give ANY foreign country the fruits of your labor for any reason.
Think that matters to the Republican controlled U.S. House? The
Republicans controlled the house and senate for almost 14 years;
eight years under Bush, Jr. Did they get rid of unconstitutional
foreign aid? Hell, no. We're still being raped while our soldiers
are denied real mental health treatment when they desperately
need it. Is anyone surprised we have another shooting?
for weapons on military bases and contrary to what Bill O'Reilly
proclaimed last week to be true - soldiers don't want armed soldiers
on base (and he knows this how?) - a number of soldiers interviewed
do want concealed weapons on base. They are very angry and upset
they're denied the right to defend their own life and their fellow
O'Reilly and his experts seem to believe that every soldier on
every base if armed are going to have a fight with their wife
and turn right around and shoot as many fellow soldiers as they
can fifteen minutes later. They slide over the fact that soldiers,
Army and Marines especially, are highly trained in the use of
firearms. Not that the Air Force and Coast Guard aren't, but Army
and Marines are the ones usually on the ground. They are conditioned
to not react by emotion, but training. I know because I'm married
to a retired U.S. Army Colonel who spent 27 years in service.
responders to the second shooting last week took about 15 minutes.
A lot of dead bodies pile up in 15 minutes. If soldiers were allowed
concealed weapons and pulled them on Lopez, how many dead and
wounded do you think there would have been last week? The same
applies to the cold-blooded killer, Nidal Hasan. If only one soldier
within his area pulled a gun and shot Hasan, we might not have
had 13 slaughtered and so many injured. Instead, our soldiers
on every base in this country are little more than sitting ducks.
Armed military police and contract police can't be everywhere
at once. Military bases are filled with soldiers all over the
place. If a would be shooter knows that any soldier walking past
him is armed, it would be a deterrent even if that person intends
to commit suicide.
soldiers being treated for mental health issues be denied the
right to carry a concealed weapon on base? That is a very tough
question even for a strong Second Amendment supporter like me.
Those psycho tropic drugs being fed to our soldiers are beyond
dangerous. Too many deaths have come from individuals on them
from school shooters, killings in the private sector (oh yeah,
there have been Prozac defenses) and now the second killing spree
at Ft. Hood. I do believe there should be screening on a case
by case basis if the soldier is receiving mental health treatment.
Not that a soldier genuinely suffering from PTSD should be denied
the right to carry. Evaluate one at a time.
our soldiers get better mental health treatment instead of just
shoving pills down their throats because the number of soldiers
needing treatment is so huge the system within the military can't
handle all of them? Not if people reelect the same incumbents
back to Congress starting with those upcoming primaries. If incumbents
in the Outlaw Congress haven't fixed the problem for active duty
soldiers with mental health issues and the VA in all the years
they've been in Congress, what makes you think they will do it
if people vote to reelect them in the primaries? Why do
Americans keep expecting things to change by voting for the same
failures in the Outlaw Congress who didn't get the job done?
the Outlaw Congress, the house and senate, pass a law that allows
soldiers on base to carry concealed weapons? Not if people reelect
the same incumbents back to the Outlaw Congress starting with
those upcoming primaries. It's too late here in Texas. On March
4, 2014, ignorant voters in this state went to the primary polls
and voted to reelect every single incumbent in the U.S. House
of Representatives who have destroyed this country.
if somehow a bill does get passed, what about the impostor in
the White House? Would that unlawfully seated "president" sign
it? My guess is absolutely not. Barry hates our military as much
as the Clinton's did while in office. Constitutionally, Congress
has the power to over ride a presidential veto, but then there
is no legitimate president. No legitimate Commander-in-Chief.
Just a fraud who jived his way into the Oval Office while
your incumbent and mine did nothing to stop him from
usurping the office of president.
can only pray another mass killing doesn't happen on a U.S. military
base. But, if you don't go after the cure instead of more drugs
for our soldiers who desperately need mental health treatment
and continue to allow our soldiers to be nothing more than easy
targets, it likely is just a matter of time before it happens
is help from the private sector. If you know an active duty member
of the military or a veteran who needs help, please pass this
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from the Chief of Psychiatry at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
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