Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Benghazi is Clinton's Gallipoli?

"Hillary has a long way to go to beat Winston Churchill's Gallipoli debacle.  A woman can do things just
as well as a man if she has to including sacrificing the lives of others, but
 she has a long way to go to catch up with Winston whose body count
included ten thousand more than the entire Vietnam War, but in only six months,"
said Florence Harriman Churchill Rothschild.  "I was hoping to vote for former Senator James Webb
before he blew the first Democratic debate by saber rattling at China's wacko North China Sea
 ambitions and telling everyone, an admission he was loathe to do as a Senator and non-candidate,
that he had killed a Viet Cong soldier who was trying to kill him.  It's
 increasingly difficult to use militaristic imagery in a world where so many wars are being fought
under the umbrella of a war against terrorism that was the result of our own unpreparedness,
botched security initiatives like the stand-down of the FinCEN program in 1992 that could have caught the 911
hijackers fifteen of which were Saudi Arabians and no Iraqis and a war on terrorism
 begun with as big a bamboozle as Bush's yellow cake uranium prank.....not to mention
the Gulf of Tonkin affair, clearly were." -Corliss Creton

     In the racket of war it inevitably comes down to the body count and political point counting.  Take the case of Glen Doherty the Special Forces security worker killed in Benghazi.  Glen Doherty's sister said on CNN following Hillary Clinton's hearing that at a meeting with Hillary when Glen's body was returned "Hillary chose a moment of our grief to perpetuate what she knew was untrue."   Namely, that when Hillary encouraged the Doherty family to consider the Libyan people who were ignorant and overly reacting to a recent anti-Islamic movie she was being brazenly opportunistic and that at that point Hillary knew that it was a well-planned terrorist attack the planning for which predated the movie's release unless the same incident planners were controlling both catalysts.  Does this further support the Republicans' suspicions that the Clinton Foundation's ambitions in a new Libya was still looking for legs and for which the Republicans were desperately looking for the smoking barrel of an incriminating email between Hillary and Sidney Blumenthal?  How is this different from Halliburton, USIS and other capitalist ventures looking for opportunities in war zones and what does it say about human nature and the magnetic appeal of increasingly technological barbarity in "ungoverned spaces"?  Where are the impartial voices?  "Nobody is saying that Libya didn't need a good boot kicking, but are these the leaders you want doing it?" said one retired army officer.  -Winsip Custer

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