Friday, November 20, 2020

On Truth, Reconciliation and the 75'th anniversary of The Nuremburg Trials

Beau points out that today is the 75's anniversary of the start of the Nuremburg Trials. He then makes the case that perhaps it is time for Truth and Reconciliation in the US. I think he's right. I suspect I might be willing to dig a bit more into history that he was intending (or maybe not?)

There are sooooo many things I'd like to know the Truth about, and address...

The Tuskegee Airmen

Plutonium experiments on people

The Radioactive Reserve

Agent Orange and the treatment of Veterans

The Viet Nam war, and why were were there

WTF really happened with the CIA, Kennedy and the Bay of Pigs

The Senate hearings about LBJ and corruption that were scheduled for the afternoon of November 22, 1963

The Assassination that took place on the morning of November 22, 1963

Nixon's drunk tenure at the White House

The Petrodollar, is it moral?  I think not

The lies that lead to Irag and Afghanistan

The numerous countries we've overthrown

The systematic dropping of people off of welfare

The corrupt influence pedaling Duopoly that infests DC with the revolving door between government, and industry

Why the US doesn't have socialized medicine

The Swamp that so poorly represents the US population they elected Trump to try to drain it, even though they knew it was a Hail Mary plan, at best.

Why do cops so often shoot first and as questions second?

The 500+ kids who have no parents, WTF?

That's off the top of my head, I'm sure there are a few hundred more things that need attention.

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