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Calling them a conspiracy cannot discredit all atrocities

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Posted: Monday, February 14, 2011 12:00 am

In April 1945, following Allied liberation of Dachau and Buchenwald death camps, Gen. Patton ordered the local civilians to be toured before the spectacle of dead bodies, indescribable stench and disease. Bodies were piled up waiting to be burned like firewood.

Patton's lesson was about civilian ignorance. The civilians who lived nearby toured in their Sunday dress. They got mud on their shoes and were greatly inconvenienced by spectacle of murder which they had supported by ignorance.

Is this lesson on civilian ignorance not relevant in America today?

Until recently, and yes this is relevant, OPEC was operated to the advantage of U.S. bankers whose identity I care not to divulge to U.S. citizens who are "not to blame." If OPEC is an organization of oil-rich nations, then why was the U.S. dollar traded for oil? Perhaps by the time this letter goes to print, the currency of exchange to purchase oil will become the Iraqi dinar, and the U.S. bankers behind OPEC will be unveiled and disempowered, and I believe their atrocities will gradually be exposed.

People who willfully and voluntarily checked "U.S. citizen" on their voter registration and application for U.S. military service will be forced to visibly see the atrocities for which they were ignorant and "not responsible."

Before, I have told you that United States and District of Columbia are foreign, but there is still an overwhelming force against the education of this truth, as evidenced by the irrelevant and sterile chatter in the Internet comments.

Today, the word "conspiracy" is used to discredit any report on the truth about the District of Columbia and its operators, who are able to operate in open view and plain sight. I will not feel sorry for U.S. citizens whose sterile eyes will witness what they have supported and honored in their bankers and politicians.

Daniel Hutchins

Acampo

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