Sunday, December 9, 2007

Military Lost Track of Equipment in Iraq Worth Millions.

If anyone is watching this site, please note the previous postings. $200+BILLION has been earmarked for US Army upgrading towards its new high tech wizardry. USAF $'s aren't reported here., but I suspect the numbers couldn't be far behind. I'll have to check on the Navy. Meanwhile, healthcare continues to be forced by governmental intervention to CUT BACK>>>CUT BACK>>>CUT BACK!!! Social security may just pass into the night.
The Government can't afford healthcare (supposedly a government "..of the people, by the people, and for the people") because it throws MILLIONS (or up to a billion of total equipt.) away, apparently supplying our "enemies" with the equipment they need to remain insurgents, and "terrorists". You can't fight an enemy that doesn't exist. It may be necessary to support one from the ground up. Does anyone suspect the CIA may have caused uprisings in order to intervene before? False flags are not a new thing. I am not a Micheal Moore fan, but his documentary, "Sicko" is pretty damning of our system of healthcare. As a nurse in a progressive hospital, I hear all too often how we must continue to do more with less because of new government mandates to CUT BACK>>>CUT BACK>>>CUT BACK!!! We can't afford to take care of US citizens because we gotta war to win!
The largest American Embassy in the world being built in Iraq, as a self sustaining, US city with it's own water, energy, etc., and we hear that we will start cutting back our military operations when Iraq is able to handle it without us. Not in the planning apparently, since we can't account for MILLIONS of US DOLLARS worth of arms and ammunition. Ground troops will be required for a lonnngggg while.
Have you read where State Dept. employees had been reluctant to rotate through Iraq? The State Dept. was going to force its employees into mandatory posting in Iraq. I can't imagine why. They now have enough volunteers. The new MRAP described in the posting below might be one reason they can now get volunteers. They are probably going to be more directed toward the safety of the State Dept. than for the current military on the ground. They haven't been all that concerned until now for our boys in peril. But to lessen the qualms of its State Dept. employees, safety must be a priority. The embassy will be self sustaining, independent of the need for Iraqi support of resources (water, electric, waste disposal, etc.)
With the government, it is MOSTLY smoke and mirrors. Get everyone to look at the right hand while the left hand is busy doing something devious. It is called magic(k).

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