THE RENAMING OF MASS GENOCIDE ?

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THE RENAMING OF MASS GENOCIDE ?

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:58 pm

02.08.2018:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

The Ancient Spanish, Portuguese, British, French, and Chinese called it COLONIZATION.

As the White People called it when we butchered the Native American Indians, seeking to tame The New Frontier.

And if They defended themselves, or fought back, we called THEM SAVAGES !

IS NOT THE U.S. AND BRITAIN CONTINUING WITH COLONIZATION ?

PEACE THROUGH BOMBING ?

GO OUT AND SHOOT A BEGGER OR HOMELESS PERSON - A WAR ON POVERTY STRATEGY BY THE SAME RATIONALE.

NO MORE HOMELESS OR POVERTY. PROBLEM SOLVED !

GO AND SHOOT EVERY INMATE IN JAILS AND PRISONS - A WAR ON CRIME STRATEGY BY THE SAME RATIONALE.

NO MORE CRIMINALS, AND A MASSIVE REDUCTION IN CRIME !

SOME WERE INNOCENT PEOPLE YOU SAY, AND THINK ?

COLLATERAL DAMAGE, AND FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GREATER GOOD, IS OFTEN NECESSARY.

THAT GREATER GOOD PHILOSOPHY KEEPS POPPING UP UNDER DIFFERENT GUISES ALL OVER THE PLACE.

PROBLEMS SOLVED. (02.09.2018, BB.)

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

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Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

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Respectfully,
BB.

PEACE THROUGH BOMBINGS: THE U.S. STRATEGY IN AFGHANISTAN.

A U.S. B-52 Bomber sits on a flightline with munitions loaded on a newly installed conventional rotary launcher in its bomb bay, at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, Nov. 17, 2017.

BY KRISHNADEV CALAMUR
THE ATLANTIC
FEBRUARY 8, 2018

The goal of negotiating with the Taliban is at odds with President Trump’s statements.

Pummeling someone into reconciliation might seem like a curious strategy. But that’s what the Trump administration is proposing to do to the Taliban as it seeks to bring an end to the war in Afghanistan.

“We will do everything we can to support the ANDSF fight against the Taliban in order to drive them to the negotiating table,” Randall Schriver, the assistant secretary of defense, said Tuesday to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, referring to the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces. “Fundamentally, our goal is to convince the Taliban’s senior leadership that its goals are better pursued through political negotiation rather than violence.” Put another way, as Brigadier General Lance Bunch, who heads the the air campaign in Afghanistan, did in an interview with Defense One: “This is all part of our overarching strategy to continue to put pressure on the Taliban until they realize they’ve basically got a binary choice: They can negotiate and reconcile, or live in irrelevance and die. We’ll continue to go until the Taliban reconcile.”

President Trump, as part of his strategy for the longest U.S. war, has reluctantly sent more Americans to Afghanistan. There are now 14,000 U.S. troops in the country, with plans to send another 1,000. At the height of the war on terrorism, there were about 100,000 U.S. troops in the country. Since that time, the Taliban has re-emerged as a potent force. It now controls about one-third of Afghanistan, more territory than at any point since the U.S.-led invasion in 2001.

Although the remarks by Schriver and Bunch reflect Trump’s broader Afghan policy, they also appeared to contradict his assertion last month that “[we] don’t want to talk with the Taliban. There may be a time, but it’s going to be a long time.” On Tuesday, John Sullivan, the deputy secretary of state, told senators the president’s remarks were a reaction to last month’s fatal attacks, claimed by the Taliban, in Kabul. “Significant elements of the Taliban are not prepared to negotiate,” Sullivan told some skeptical lawmakers. “And it may take a long time before they are willing to negotiate. That was the thrust of the president’s remarks.”

This apparent dissonance between the president’s public proclamations and his administration’s stated policies isn’t new, however. Since his inauguration in January 2017, he has sent conflicting messages about NATO, the crisis in Qatar, North Korea, Russia, and, now, Afghanistan.

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Sometimes, this dissonance has yielded results. Take Qatar, a U.S. ally that has long been criticized for its ties to groups such as Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. Eight months ago, its Arab neighbors imposed a blockade against it, in part as a punishment for those ties. Washington’s response was at first chaotic, but since that time Qatar has publicly said it is cooperating with the U.S. on counterterrorism initiatives—perhaps because it needs to address the perception in the U.S. that it supports terrorist groups.

The Taliban, by no means a U.S. ally, is unlikely to be motivated by the same logic—especially as it continues to enjoy support from the Pakistani military, a major power broker in Afghanistan. But Washington is confident because of its decisive military victory over ISIS in Syria and Iraq, which was achieved with the help of an international coalition. It is also confident because Trump’s Afghan strategy, along with the military effort, includes increased pressure on Pakistan in order to change its policy toward the Taliban.

Sullivan told senators Trump’s strategy was showing “some signs of progress,” adding that the Taliban’s momentum is beginning to slow on the battlefield. The new U.S. military strategy could be one reason for this, but fighting in Afghanistan typically slows down during the winter and resumes in the spring. Neither Sullivan nor Schriver could offer details on whether the Taliban has grown, shrunk, or maintained its size. They said that picture would become clearer only when the fighting season resumed.

Ultimately, however, the U.S. policy in Afghanistan calls for an Afghan-led reconciliation process that includes all regional players. “We’ve engaged in discussions with the governments in both Kabul and Islamabad on the need for a peace process to resolve the security situation in Afghanistan … including the Taliban,” Sullivan said. “What we haven’t seen, however, is any inclination from … significant elements of the Taliban that are still engaging in horrific acts of terrorist violence” that they are willing to “engage in a discussion at a peace conference.”

The U.S. hopes its strategy of pummeling the Taliban will persuade the group. But as the Taliban’s spokesman said in response to Trump’s remarks: “If you insist upon war, our mujahideen will not welcome you with roses.”

Krishnadev Calamur is a senior editor at The Atlantic, where he oversees news coverage. He is a former editor and reporter at NPR and the author of Murder in Mumbai. FULL BIO
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Re: THE RENAMING OF MASS GENOCIDE ?

Postby bobspez » Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:30 pm

How do you decode any domestic or international policies of the country without recognizing it is a pyramid scheme that is in place to maintain the wealth and power of the billionaire class and the billion dollar corporations, in essence all the "complexes", the military industrial complex, the prison industrial complex, the medical/pharm industrial complex, etc.

The hypocracy is so rampant that most people can't even see it. We are fighting to maintain a regime in Afghanistan that is responsible for the largest opium crop in history this year, while fighting the Taliban that opposes the growing of opium. In the US, however the federal government still wages it's 80+ year war against drugs, while waging a 14 year war to maintain a government that produces more than 2/3 of the world's opium.

And propaganda is more effective ever. People are brainwashed like never before. They support their political side as rabidly as any soccer fan in the UK and Europe. They wear their team colors with pride and belligerence.

Words have lost their meaning. Bringing democracy to third world countries = killing more civilians than combatants.
This is known as collateral damage.

The US has been using WWII tactics against guerilla forces for half a century and failing. But who cares, as long as the military industrial complex makes billions off the sale of weapons, planes, bombs, and meals and laundry charges for the troops.

Back at home false equivalencies are the newspeak of the day. Spending money on DACA is equivalent to taking money from our homeless vets and starving American children who are citizens. No it isn't. We can afford both. And why haven't the vets and starving American children been taken care of in the last 50 years? Hasn't the stock market been booming?

It not only defies logic, notions of right and wrong, but threatens sanity as well.

If we are going to maintain the world opium trade, let's at least give our junkies free heroin. Someone I know is in recovery from heroin for many years. He makes about $25,000 a year working 40 hours a week plus odd jobs and has to pay $800 a month for methadone which is not covered by his medical insurance. That's 40% of his gross salary to keep off heroin! He can't afford a car or apartment so he gets a ride to and from work and rents a room. Methadone is just synthetic heroin. Let's divert some of the Afghan opium to helping our citizens who need it by letting them get a maintenance dose of heroin at a government health center every morning for free. He could benefit the economy at large instead of just a few pharma companies. That would be the only good thing to come out of a 14 year war.
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THE RENAMING OF MASS GENOCIDE ?

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:20 pm

02.09.2018:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

02.09.2018 - I originally Posted this Attention Getting Headline and Supporting Material.

02.09.2018 - Mr. Bob Spez Posted a Brilliant Analytical Diatribe that touched on many points of interest to me.

Bob Spez is an Excellent Contributor who has written and Posted several brilliant pieces of his own Work Product. I agree with Bob Spez 90%+ of the time.

I eventually read everything. If I have no interest, I continue on my own course, for my own reasons.

I don't frequently compliment Bob Fox, Phil Dragoo, Ken Murray, Slav, JDB4JFK, JD Thomas, and many other Great JFKMS Forum Members because I loathe chit chat. If I preferred that I would join Fake Book, Space Book, Link Em Up, or Tweety Bird.

Also, I try not to hog a discussion, and/or take control.

I enjoy Planting Several Seeds of Thought for Discussion, waiting to see where the interest of others here lie.

Frankly, My Opinion, I seek Higher Levels of Analyses and Interpretations, and can't and won't be bothered with the Complete Silliness of the Bottom Up Approach of circuitous minutae that has been kicked around for 54+ years, going nowhere slowly, over and over again and over again, and again. Simply put I can't and won't be bothered, and refuse to waste my time and energy into what WE have determined to be a complete and total waste of time. Like a Kung Fu Duck, I allow silliness and simplicity to roll off of my back.

Moving On:

Bob Spez, a relatively New Member who has already distinguished himself in My Mind's Eye, has submitted several well though out, and well written Posts. Bob if I don't compliment you again for 6 moths, don't take it wrong.

I am intensely interested in The Top Down Approach, and Sequential Time Line Analyses.

I grew up in Chicago near Lieutenant Colonel Dan "Dangerous Dan" Marvin, and James Earl Sutton-Files. Years later we learned of many common friends.

Very few know that Brychek, Files, Marrs, and Marvin communicated behind the scenes never seeking publicity, but rather preferring to remain Well Under The Radar.

We know with absolute certainty Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How JFK was Removed.

JFK is still dead, as is MX, MLK, and RFK. ALL WITH ZERO RESOLUTION !

Meanwhile, some prefer to count or search for bullets, shooters, shots, teams, etc. SILLINESS TO ME.

OVER 10 YEARS AGO I PERSONALLY SOUGHT TO INITIATE A JFKMS FORUM YEARLY MEETING IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS WHERE I COULD AND WOULD DEMONSTRATE COMPLETE, TOTAL UNVARNISHED EVIDENCE AS TO THE REMOVAL'S OF JFK, MLK, RFK, AND JAMES RIDDLE HOFFA.

Responders wanted to go to Disneyland, Disney World, and Las Vegas.

We then pulled the plug on dealing with the masses.

WE CONTINUED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR OWN ADVISORY BOARD.

Moving On:

BOB SPEZ - I ADMIRE, APPRECIATE, and ENJOY YOUR THINKING PROCESSES, and STYLE.

BOB SPEZ - KEEP YOUR EXCELLENT WORK PRODUCT COMING. (02.09.2018, BB.)

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

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