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In a World of Hurt


Letter from Itia

In a world of hurt. That’s how the soldier that I spoke with discussed his life. He had joined the military because it was the only way for him to get health insurance for he and his wife. He tried the private sector, but could only find jobs for less than $10 an hour with no health insurance. He tried the government jobs but unfortunately, he was white and no college degree, so he was never hired. All the “no college degree necessary” jobs go to minorities. Don’t think for a minute that this is a benefit for minorities, that is how America keeps the whites richer than the minorities. Make low paying jobs easy for minorities to get so they aren’t motivated to advance their education.

So soldier John was left without any options but to join the military and go kill Muslims. He didn’t sugar coat it. He knew that there was no logic behind the American wars other than to kill people of the competing religion. John even thinks it was planned as a way to keep the Muslims from gaining power in the United States. The U.S. was afraid of losing white dominance. Unlike the African Americans who seem to accept their role as a lesser citizens, and the Asian Americans who didn’t really integrate with white America, but rather created wealth on their own, the Muslim was coming to America, joining the political process and starting to throw their weight around.

Of course we created the myth that Muslims are our enemy and part of the “Axis of Evil”. I always loved that name. It reminded me of some of the comic books I read as a child. No wonder a person like Bush, with the mind of a child was the perfect puppet to start using the slogan.

Of course we created wars to lower the Muslim numbers abroad and to break up any global support network for their agendas. America is going down the road of the “end times” Christians, and there is nothing that any religion or other group can do to stop it. Its all quite insane.

Help, I am Itia

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