Kill Anything That Moves

I’ve been wanting to plug this book for some time now, and it’s far too hot still outside to do anything else.  BUY the book, “Kill Anything That Moves” and read it, by author Nick Turse.

Probably the most explosive book on the war crimes in Vietnam committed by the US military ever written. A absolute monumental work detailing atrocities of unimaginable proportion. If you want the truth about the Vietnam conflict, this is the book to read. Should be required reading by EVERY American.

After reading this work, hiding in the jungle for 40 years starts to make sense. What America did in Vietnam and covered up is unimaginable.

I’m not sure where I received the recommendation on this book (oops, found it here), but I ordered it a few months back and started reading it.  Here is another review of the book.

I’m unable to read a lot at a time. The crimes depicted are unbelievable. The farther you read, the worse it gets. You have to put the book down and contemplate the utter horror that was inflicted.

Fast forward now to Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen, Libya and countless other countries we are now bombing, occupying and you will finally gain some understanding of how utterly evil the U.S. military and military policy truly is.

It’s a hard, hard fact to accept, but you will eventually have to: This is what America “is”. Over many years and many conflicts, this is what this country and it’s military power has transformed into. At the highest echelons, killing anything and virtually everything is completely sanctioned. For. Any. Reason.

The American policy to used armed drones, advanced weaponry and endless bloodshed should not be overlooked. This is embedded in the long history of how we fight and what America is willing to “do”. The recent link to Declassified: Joint Chiefs Approve False Flag Attack on America is but one small example of what this country has become at the highest levels of “leadership”.

They’re taking us straight to hell.

Not a pretty picture.

 

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5 thoughts on “Kill Anything That Moves

  • August 11, 2013 at 2:10 pm
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    Hell on Earth!…..United States Inc. knows nothing about ” In God we Trust! “…..hard times and much more to come!….

  • August 14, 2013 at 5:07 pm
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    Russ Moseley chose to stay in his home and fight back flames,he told the Salt Lake Tribune. He said he could feel the heat radiating on his face and saw the fire swallow homes below his and blow up propane tanks.

    “It’s like being in Vietnam,” Moseley said.

    Ironic..Death from above(lightning).The day of reckoning comes for everyone.The fire is 1,200 acres or 2 miles wide,the problem is that this is the small one.

  • August 30, 2013 at 7:12 pm
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    Great book, if you can get through it. I usually get my books from the library but I bought this one to show my support for the author and the message.

    I remember, back then, all the goodie-goodies sitting in the front pew, never met a war they didn’t like. It’s the same today. On the Sunday morning before Bush, Jr. started his war for oil, the church I attended at the time launched into “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”. Usually limp at singing, those suckers nearly yelled their heads off! I walked out during that song and never went back.

    A wise man said, “The goodie-goodies are the thieves of virtue”. Sure, they do everything “right”, in society’s eyes. Dress alike, believe alike. They claim to love Jesus, but take their marching orders from politicians and media people that are bat-shit crazy.

    My greatest accomplishment is that I never killed anybody, either directly or as an arm chair warrior, and I hope I never shall.

  • October 30, 2013 at 5:58 am
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    Thank you for the book recommendation. It was excellent. I read the whole thing, barely stopping to sleep or eat. Of course it may have been that the subject had a profound effect on my mind and appetite. It’s incredibly hard to read. Sickening. I cried for days.
    I made our youngest, a PC gaming fan who only wants to play FPS’s, read it in the hopes he would stop romanticizing guns, soldiers and war. I want him to learn about the things that REALLY happen in far away lands in the name of freedom and democracy. And also that he is being trained to serve our empire by dehumanizing others so that he won’t blink an eye while drone striking some kid in another country. He still goes to his buddies house so he can play the shit I won’t let him. Unsurprisingly, he didn’t shed a tear. We are lost.

    • October 30, 2013 at 9:04 am
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      Wow! Glad to see somebody read the book. I’ve not quite finished it, simply could not stomach it in large quantities at a time.

      Kids are seriously deluded by the propaganda that surrounds war and fighting and the “good” this country is claimed to be doing. If you watch any of the advertisements for enlistment, you’ll never see mentioned the war crimes.

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