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His wife shouted out at the trial, 'That's not my husband.'
This comment came into the blog, raising a key question. Gregory Pitchford is saying on The Tap Blog that he wants Alex Jones to call him to discuss why he was appallingly victimised after trying to call the Alex Jones Show and reveal information about Abu Ghraib jail having a vast HD porn site, clearly illegal but tolerated by the US Army. Gregory associates his military service in Iraq as a fight for Freedom Of Speech for Iraqis. He says he is now carrying on the same fight on behalf of Americans.
Most people would admire Gregory for his determination not to be suppressed and silenced by whichever authorities are working him over so nastily, with forced medication, sound waves that are disturbing his dogs and cutting off of his phone and computer. But what about the poor Iraqis? They've been victims of American and British brutality for twenty years. Their country and way of life have been destroyed and handed over to corporations like Halliburton, Monsanto and other corrupt giant enterprises of evil.
The hardest part for Gregory, who is seeking to make a psychological recovery from the awful things he experienced in Iraq, must surely be to confront that fact the he was part of invading army that carried out acts of great barbarity. He should never have been there in the first place, and the results of his being there are catastrophic for the world.
Here is the comment.
To Gregory Pitchford from Anonymous - I don't know why Alex Jones has to specifically get involved here. I doubt he will be interested in an interview about with a soldier about Planet X, porn and Freedom of Speech. BTW you didn't fight for freedom of speech in Iraq. Saying such things is going to put Alex Jones off. You fought in Iraq to a) prevent Saddam opening a stargate b) grab the oil c) neutralise opposition to the globalist one world state.
Gregory describes the suffering of himself and his comrades in Iraq. Anyone would feel deeply sorry for the soldiers and especially the families who lost sons and fathers. But unless an equivalent sympathy is held for the Iraqis, who were also victims, and on a far greater scale than the occupying armies, the search for sympathy to his cause is indeed lessened. All are victims of the One World Government that orchestrated the war into being, funded and supported the 'enemy', and is still carrying out acts of terror in that country to ensure total disintegration of the society that once existed there, with the nation gradually being broken up.
I guess for the soldiers like Gregory, the intuitive knowledge that their own suffering in Iraq, and subsequent to it, was to take part in an enterprise of evil, is simply too much to bear. Maybe that is one reason why Gregory is seeking to ascribe guilt to others, like Alex Jones, in a need to find a psychological scapegoat. Gregory is wondering if Alex Jones is a CIA frontman, because he doesn't delve into certain areas of inquiry, and because he hasn't called him to apologise over what's being done to him. There are a lot of questions to answer, and much unravelling of issues to do.
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