Gis?Burried in mass graves?
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- Gis?Burried in mass graves?
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GIs BURIED IN MASS GRAVES?
The Pentagon expects a large number of Americans to be killed in the upcoming invasion of Iraq—and what it plans to do with those soldiers who make the ultimate sacrifice for their country will shock everyone.
EXCLUSIVE TO AMERICAN FREE PRESS
By Mike Blair
A military expert reports that the Pentagon has a gruesome plan to bury the large numbers of dead GIs expected from the planned invasion ofIraq in mass graves with bulldozers. This would cover up more than “those resting in honored glory.”
In a recent column, military analyst and war hero Col.David H. Hackworth (U.S. Army, ret.) revealed that at the Pentagon there is “already a buzz of putting plans in place for bulldozers to mass-bury our sons and daughters who fall from germs. Not that this scenario would trouble the dedicated folks in Veterans Affairs. You know, no messy claims or protesters to worry about down the track.”
Hackworth was referring to the “army of scarred and ornery warriors” who invaded Washington on Feb. 12 to protest “the raw deal they’ve gotten from dishonest politicians with short and shifty memories.”
The thousands of veterans, most more than 70 years of age, gathered in front of the Supreme Court to protest, as Hackworth put it, “how the capital gang has hung them out to die on promised lifetime health benefits for vets.”
“Bush clearly stated,” Hackworth said, “during his campaign for the presidency and again and again after his boots hit the Oval Office that the nation must keep faith with our vets and that vows made by our government must be honored. But despite all the polished words, the promised medical support is still AWOL.”
When recruited, one of the inducements was lifetime medical care. This was an oral commitment by recruiting officers backed up by government brochures. Now, the government has broken this promise, and courts have sustained this betrayal.
Hackworth quotes America’s first commander in chief, George Washington: The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nation. Hackworth notes how some 10,000 have died and many more have been disabled from engaging the Iraqis in the first President Bush’s Operation Desert Storm from something known as Gulf War Syndrome. This has become a catch phrase for a series of illnesses caused by a mixture of chemical and biological warfare substances, much of which was released on U.S. troops by the military’s own presumed destruction of the deadly materials in Iraqi arsenals.
He again mentioned how the Pentagon is sending soldiers off to war against potential Iraqi chemicals and biological weapons with faulty protective suits, a shocking story broken nationally for the first time by American Free Press, Nov. 11, 2002. Hackworth told of plans to bulldoze dead American patriots into mass graves in the Iraqi desert, but it is even worse than that, as revealed by a recent article in The Los Angeles Times.
The Pentagon is considering cremating the remains of American war dead in the coming gulf war. Plans to cremate American battle casualties are a matter of the Pentagon covering them up. This writer has spent 30 years dealing with the issue of POWs and MIAs—the story of how this nation abandoned tens of thousands of American prisoners of war and missing in action on foreign battlefields.
Successive administrations have gone through a charade of looking for “bone shards” at crash sites of U.S. aircraft during the Vietnam War to identify America’s missing in action—2,300 from Vietnam alone. There were more than 8,000 from the Korean War and untold tens of thousands from World War II who simply disappeared from POW camps into the hands of “liberating” Soviets, never to be seen again.
During World War II, the Japanese cremated the remains of American POWs, including about a dozen killed when the U.S. bombed Hiroshima. There have never been recovered the identifiable ashes of a single one. In most cases, empty boxes were sent home to be buried. This is what will ultimately happen if America cremates its war dead in the Middle East.
A search for “bone shards” to identify the MIAs of the coming war? Hardly. And just how does anyone sort and identify the ashes of those who are mass cremated? It is a problem that the Japanese know only too well after Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
The Pentagon is using the excuse for the proposed cremations that it will protect people “back home” from bodies contaminated with chemical and biological weapons. But it will also protect the Pentagon from having to carefully count its dead, or account for soldiers who become missing in action or are captured by the enemy.
“It seems,” Hackworth concluded, “that ‘Lest We Forget’ is no longer the American way. “Now it’s ‘use ’em, abuse ’em and lose ’em.’ ”
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