Senseless Attack on Afghans That Had no Knowledge
Of 9/11 Hijackings—But DOJ Officials Did!

See also another Afghanistan posting.

Sampling of Afghan Victims of U.S. Enablers

See war pictures of the sampling of horrific brutalities inflicted upon the people of Afghanistan by the actions of U.S. military personnel under orders of corrupt U.S. politicians and those people in the United States that supported their conduct and/or supported the invasion of the country.


To Americans, this is the way to win the hearts and minds of the people in countries they invade!

Key People in U.S. Government Shifted Enabling Blame
For 9/11 Hijacking Successes from Themselves to The
People of Afghanistan and Iraq—With
Deadly Worldwide Consequences

After al Qaeda members operating from Europe launched their easy-to-prevent hijackings of four airliners on September 11, 2001, President George Bush and his shills in Congress approved the invasion of Afghanistan on the basis that Osama bin Laden was at that time located in the remote mountainous areas of the country. Most of the American population supported this action, and thus became guilty of a number of events, including for instance:

Paradoxically, the Afghans had even less role in enabling the al Qaeda group to hijack four airliners on 9/11 than groups far more guilty—and engaged in criminal acts—within the United States. For instance:

This information is being provided by former federal agent Rodney Stich and his coalition of former government agents. Stich had lived in the Middle East, flying plane loads of Muslims to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, and saw the change from a Middle East of friends toward America and a Middle East of people wanting to kill Americans. So have some of the other coalition members.

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Sampling of 9/11 Enablers In
Key U.S. Government Positions

There are other issues to conduct that enabled the hijackings and nearly 3,000 people on 9/11and the two wars that followed. If understood, it shows the horrifying ripple or butterfly effects from seemingly far and remote corrupt acts. Some highlights are the following events:

Sacrificing 9/11 Victims to Protect Murderous FBI Supervisor

Vicious Attacks on Unique Whistleblower By
Lawyers, Judges, and Department of Justice Personnel
 Protected the Corrupt 9/11 Enablers

Brief Introduction

Former federal agent Rodney Stich and his coalition of other former government agents and insiders had sought to report the corrupt activities in the government's aviation safety offices related to a series of specific airline disasters, and also criminal activities in other areas of overt and covert government activities. The authority for doing this was the federal crime reporting statute and the statute that permits any citizen to seek a court order requiring a federal official to perform a mandatory duty and halt unlawful conduct.

In response to these efforts, large numbers of federal judges, Department of Justice personnel, and over 50 lawyers and law firms embarked on multiple schemes to block the reports of the high-level corruption and silence the former federal agent acting as a whistleblower to expose misconduct resulting in major harm, many deaths, and a series of catastrophic events. In the process, the group of enablersapparently protected by a powerful source high in the federal governmentinflicted great harm upon that whistleblower's persistent efforts to halt the great harm. Click here for more introductory information.

Massive Afghanistan Corruption Made
Possible by U.S. Gullibility and Fed By
 U.S. Taxpayers' Borrowed Money

The gullibility of U.S. personnel involved in the Afghanistan invasion provided gold mine for even the crudest form of financial corruption in Afghanistan. Numerous media reports described this looting, like taking millions from gullible U.S. personnel:

U.S. Simultaneous Funding of Trucking, Security,
Taliban, Warlords, and Al Qaeda

"U.S. House Cites Afghan 'Protection Racket.'" Congressional Investigation Finds Trucking Contracts Fuel Extortion and Corruption; No Control Over Subcontractors. (Wall Street Journal report, June 22, 2010).

Pentagon contracts for truck transportation and security along its supply chain in Afghanistan have spawned a thriving "protection racket" that is lining the pockets of local warlords and undermining the central government's authority at the cost of U.S. taxpayers, according to a congressional probe.

"The HNT contract fuels warlordism, extortion and corruption, and it may be a significant source of funding for insurgents," according to a draft of the committee report reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. "In other words, the logistics contract has an outsized strategic impact on U.S. objectives in Afghanistan.

    Transporting supplies and materiel across such hostile terrain requires extraordinary levels of security. A typical convoy of supply trucks going from the Bagram air base outside Kabul to Kandahar in the south, for instance, will travel with up to 500 guards in dozens of trucks armed with heavy machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades. The report singles out an Afghan warlord called Commander Ruhullahknown to locals as "The Butcher" for his violent tacticsas "the single largest security provider for the U.S. supply chain in Afghanistan."

    Critics have said powerful local militias such as Commander Ruhullah's have flourished by rebranding themselves as private security companies.

    Watan Risk Management officials told House investigators the company pays between $1,000 and "$10,000 a month to nearly every Afghan governor, police chief and local military commander whose territory the company traverses.

U.S. Funding of Pakistan As Pakistan Coordinates
Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Military

"Report Says Pakistan Intelligence Agency Exerts Great Sway on Afghan Taliban, (New York Times, June 14, 2010)

Pakistan's main intelligence agency continues to provide financing, training and sanctuary to Afghan Taliban insurgents and exerts a far greater influence on Taliban strategy than previously thought, according to a report prepared by the London School of Economics. Drawing on interviews with Afghan Taliban commanders and former Taliban ministers and officials, the report suggest that Pakistan's premier intelligence service, the Inter-Services Intelligence agency, or ISI, supports the Taliban insurgency as a matter of official policy to contain the influence in Afghanistan of its rival India. Both serving and retired officials from the Pakistani intelligence agency are carrying out that policy, the report says.

"This is not a big surprise. This is consistent with 15 years of history," Bruce Riedel, a former C.I.A. analyst and now a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, said. "Life has not changed. The Taliban and the ISI have a very intimate relationship." Pakistan has had closed relations with the Afghan Taliban since the group's formation in 1994, but Pakistani involvement with the insurgency against the international coalition in Afghanistan since 2001 has been both high-level and coercive, the author of the report, Matt Waldman, contends. Mr. Waldman is a fellow at Harvard University who worked in Afghanistan previously for the humanitarian organization Oxfam.

"Without a change in Pakistani behavior, it will be difficult if not impossible for international forces and the Afghan government to make progress against the insurgency,"? he wrote. The report says several Taliban commanders received training in large madrasa complexes in Pakistan from Pakistani military and ISI agents.

The ISI had a role in the genesis after 2001 of the insurgent group headed by Jalaluddin Haqqani and his sons that has mounted some of the most damaging attacks in Kabul, according to the report. Among the Taliban commanders interviewed was one senior Haqqani commander of 1,000 fighters who also described the significant influence of the ISI over the group.

"Pakistan appears to be playing a double game of astonishing magnitude," Mr. Waldman concludes. "You can believe all of that is happening," one NATO official said in an interviews.

U.S. Funding of Guards Funds Taliban and Al Qaeda

"Convoy Guards Suspected of Colluding With Taliban in Afghanistan" (New York Times, June 7, 2010). The officials suspected that at least some of these security companies--many of which have ties to top Afghan officialsare using American money to bribe the Taliban. The officials suspect that the security companies may also engage in fake fighting to increase the sense of risk on the roads, and that they may sometimes stage attacks against competitors. "We're funding both sides of the war," a NATO official in Kabul said. He believed millions of dollars were making their way to the Taliban.

Firms Tied to Officials

    The investigation is complicated, among other things, by the fact that some of the private security companies are owned by relatives of President Hamid Karzai and other senior Afghan officials. Mr. Popal, for instance, is a cousin of Mr. Karzai, and Western officials say that Watan Risk Management's largest shareholder is Mr. Karzai's brother Qayum.

The principal goal of the American-led campaign here is to prepare an Afghan state and army to fight the Taliban themselves. The possibility of collusion between the Taliban and Afghan officials suggest that, rather than fighting each other, the two Afghan sides may often cooperate under the noses of their wealthy benefactors.

"People think the insurgency and the government are separate, and that is just not always the case," another NATO official in Kabul said. "What we are finding is that they are often bound up together."

The trucking companies hire one of the security companies that have sprung up to capture the extraordinarily lucrative market in escorting convoys. While the practice of buying off the enemy may seem extraordinary, it is neither unusual here nor unprecedented. Many Afghans, even those in the government, have relatives, and even brothers and sons, in the Taliban.  

U.S. Funding of Pakistan ISI That
Coordinates Attacks Against U.S. Military

"Report links Pakistan, Taliban" (Associated Press, June 14, 2010)

"Interaction Among Terror Groups Posses New Threats" (Associated Press, July 6, 2010) (The "new" threat was known for years.]

U.S. official boasts that al-Qaida has never been weaker, its upper ranks decimated because of the stepped-up drone attacks in Pakistan and special operations raids in Afghanistan. [Similar to Vietnam lies.]

At the same time, they warn, in seeming contradiction: An even greater number of well-trained terrorists are setting their sights on the United States. Across the remote tribal lands between Afghanistan and Pakistan where terror groups hide, U.S. officials say they've seen a fusion of al-Qaida and others targeted by U.S. forces, including the Haqqani group and the Pakistani Taliban, who formerly focused only on their local areas.

Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the groups have become a "synergy of terrorist groups" with an expanding desire to kill Americans,." He was speaking last week at the Aspen Institute security forum in Colorado. AT the same forum, National Counterterrorism Center Director Michael Leiter warned that the "troubling alignment" extends all the way to Yemen and Africa. The dispersed network is making terror plots harder to spot and prevent, he said. [So much for President Obama's line to deprive terrorists a base from which to operate!]

These groups have co-operated for years, even pre-dating the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, said New America Foundation's Peter Bergen, cautioning against describing that as a new development.  But the difference now, U.S. officials contend, is that the local groups are sharing manpower, weaponry and ideology with al-Qaida.

The Haqqanis, estimated by a senior defense official to be between 2,000 and 5,000 strong, have already supported attacks on U.S. targets within Afghanistan, including an al-Qaida and the Taliban suicide bombing that killed seven CIA operatives in Khost, in the suicide bombing last December.

The press in Pakistan has claimed that thousands of innocents have been killed by U.S. drone strikes.

U.S. Military Actions Fueling More Terrorist Attacks

A Financial Times Article (June 14, 2010)

US plans to turn the course of the Afghan war with a large-scale operation to secure Kandahar risk driving more people into the arms of the insurgents, a senior United Nations official has warned. Richard Barrett, who heads a UN team tracking the Taliban and al-Qaeda, also said it was nonsense to suggest the war in Afghanistan was protecting Britain from Terrorism. [The same applies to the United States, where the invasion put the United States at greater risk.)

Mr. Barrett warned that deploying more troops risked sparking more conflict in previously calm areas. "Putting more troops in is in danger of making things worse ... If you push troops into these areas, then clearly they are no longer going to be quiet," he said. "This idea that they can clear up Kandahar, take control of Kandahar, and that would really weaken the Taliban, I think it's mistaken.

Mr. Barrett said Afghanistan's western allies lacked a coherent approach for ending the conflict. "I don't think western states [politicians] have a clear policy; they don't know, they just don't know, what to do," he said.

Mr. Barrette, who formerly headed counter-terrorism for the Secret Intelligence Service, dismissed the argument advanced by British ministers that the presence of 9,500 British troops  in Afghanistan would reduce the threat to the UK. "That's complete rubbish. I've never heard such nonsense," he said, warning that the presence of foreign troops risked inflaming anti-western sentiment among British Muslim communities.

Billions of U.S. Dollars Flown Out of Afghanistan

A June 25, 2010 Wall Street Journal article reported billions of dollars flown out of Afghanistan:

Corruption Suspected in Airlift of Billions in Cash From Kabul. KABUL—More than $3 billion in cash has been openly flown out of Kabul International Airport in the past three years, a sum so large that U.S. investigators believe top Afghan officials and their associates are sending billions of diverted U.S. aid and logistics dollars and drug money to financial safe havens abroad. The cash—packed into suitcases, piled onto pallets and loaded into airplanes—is declared and legal to move. But U.S. and Afghan officials say they are targeting the flows in major anticorruption and drug trafficking investigations because of their size relative to Afghanistan's small economy and the murkiness of their origins.

Excerpts from another Wall Street Journal article (June 28, 2010), titled, "Corruption Suspected in Airlift of Billions in Cash From Kabul," stated:

KABULMore than $3 billion in cash has been openly flown out of Kabul International Airport in the past three years, a sum so large that U.S. investigators believe top Afghan officials and their associates are sending billions of diverted U.S. aid and logistics dollars and drug money to financial safe havens abroad. The officials believe [people] who have sent millions of dollars of their money abroad include high-ranking officials and their associates in President Hamid Karzai's administration, including Vice President Mohammed Fahim, and one of the president's brothers, Mahmood Karzai.

Restoring the credibility of the Afghan government is a central tenet in the American counter-insurgency strategy. Combating corruption [that had existed for centuries] by the government is now as important a priority as actually fighting insurgents. This carries significant risks: many of those believed by U.S. officials to be involved in shipping money out of the country are key Afghan power brokers who are important allies in the fight against the Taliban.

Over the past year, U.S. and other Western officials have grown alarmed by the ways in which corruption was fueling support tor the Taliban and indications that the massive infusions of poorly monitored Western dollars were helping foster a culture of graft. [In addition}, hundreds of millions of undeclared dollars, maybe billions, are being carried across Afghanistan's porous border with Iran and Pakistan, where a number of hawalas [money exchangers] have branches.

Investigative reports two years earlier described the doling out of pallets stacked with $100 bill being given to Afghans and Iraqis without any records being kept. Meanwhile, in the United States, people, families, were living under bridges and millions were without any income. Incompetence at every level in the U.S. government and starting of two senseless wars that contradicted everything stated by U.S. politicians.

A normal person would wonder, after the deadly debacles from invading Korea and then Afghanistan, with nearly 100,000 dead Americans (110 miles of dead Americans if laid out head to toe, why the trivia-obsessed American doesn't wake up to be taken for fools and expendable cannon fodder!

WikiLeaks Revealed the Usual Pattern of Lies
For for Forever Gullible Americans

In July 2010, the Internet site, released thousands of pages of government documents marked confidential or secret that showed what numerous investigative reporters had stated. The official reports showed, for instance:

Sampling of prior reports on Afghanistan corruption and the usual role of the United States as bumbling "saps."

Continuation of the President George H. Bush Hoax by
President Barack Obama

Upon his election to the office of President, Barack Obama continued to support the war in Afghanistan that was started by his predecessor, President George W. Bush, but ordered an increase in the number of American military personnel. Simultaneously, he stated he would order troop withdrawal to start in mid-2011—signaling to the Taliban—who were never the "enemy" until President Bush ordered the invasion of Afghanistan.  The announced withdrawal date signaled to everyone opposing the Taliban that the Taliban would soon be again in control of Afghanistan.

Delusional Statement by President Obama
For Continuing the Slaughter

President Barack Obama's Retaliatory Reaction
To a General's Statement of Facts

On June 23, 2010, President Obama fired Gen. Stanley McChrystal as U.S. and Nato commander in Afghanistan. That firing was in response to comments made by McChrystal to a reporter for Rolling Stone magazine that were then printed. Excerpts from President Bush's press conference statements are made here with this writer's comments on some of the remarks.

Sample of articles by people courageous enough to speak the truth:

Catch-22 for American Public's Endless
Series of Enabled Catastrophes

The U.S. invasion of Afghanistan was only one in man endless series of blunders that inflict needless deaths and horribly mutilated American military personnel. No one now has the courage or the stature to make a Vietnam-like withdrawal. A withdrawal will have serious effects, but the U.S. has been pushed into a corner by its politicians and now has to face even further adverse consequences when it pulls out. The murder or deaths of thousands of Afghans arising from the lies by President George Bush (Jr.) and his shills has an endless series of blowback tragedies.

And the withdrawal of the U.S. from Iraq will have its own blowback tragedies. Get use to it, since the American people either supported the deadly lies or remained silent.

Comments on U.S. Staying in Afghanistan

  • America's war in Afghanistan is unwinnable. The term, "winning," as used by U.S. politicians and pundits, has been vaguely referred to as:

    • Creating a democracy. A non-homogeneous country of mostly illiterate members of ethnic groups and tribes, religious fanatics, in a land in which corruption is the standard culture, cannot produce a democracy.  There is not the ethnic coherence.  Afghans are an unruly mix of Pashtuns, Uzbeks, Hazaras, Tajiks, and Aimaks, Turkmen, among others. The Taliban are mostly Sunni and ethnic Pashtuns. Most of the population of Afghanistan belong to the same ethnic group as the Taliban. Recognize—finally—that Afghanistan is a primitive country with primitive values, and with no chance for the type of government that America's dreamers seek to force upon the mostly illiterate people.

    • Establishing an Afghanistan army and police force. Those attempts have been met with repeated failures. Another argument is that the United States train and arms huge numbers of Afghans to fight other Afghans. The early attempts to do this resulted in the newly armed Afghans turning their weapons over to the Taliban. The Afghan army and police force that U.S. dreamers recognize as being necessary cannot be achieved, as shown by the record of personnel disappearance; disappearance with weapons sold or given to the Taliban; massive illiteracy; unwillingness to fight; abandonment of posts; refusal to engage the "enemy;" and other problems.

    • Denying al Qaeda a base of operations. Among the arguments for continuing the eight-years of war in Afghanistan  is that it is a war of necessity to prevent al Qaeda a base of operations. But  al Qaeda can operate from others countries, such as Yemen. Also, there are so many people wanting to kill Americans, due to the actions of U.S. politicians, that they don't need an central base of operations.

    • Taliban were part of the 9/11 plot and had to be punished. It was not Afghans that attacked the United States; it was Arabs from other countries, some of which had temporally used the remote and uncontrolled area of Afghanistan for training. It was al Qaeda that attacked the United States, and they were Arabs, temporarily located in the remote uncontrolled areas of Afghanistan. The Taliban probably had no knowledge of the planned 9/11 attacks.

    • Further evidence cited in the books, Crimes of the FBI-DOJ, Mafia, and al Qaeda; History of Aviation Disasters: 1950 to 9/11; and Lockerbie to 9/11: and Massive Fraud and Consequences, reveals the corruption of key people in the United States that made it child's play for the terrorists to hijack four airliners on 9/11 and kill nearly 3,000 people. For those willing to exert some mental effort, the same people that are now protecting the United States made the 9/11 and other catastrophic events possible.

  • U.S. politicians' version of winning the hearts and minds of the people: The repeated killing of innocent Afghans, mostly women and children, by American military forces, has eliminated any chance of the United States winning the hearts and minds of the Afghans. In the face of this obvious fact, U.S. politicians and leaders repeatedly described U.S. actions as winning the hearts and minds of the Afghan people.

  • In 2011, the US war in Afghanistan  had lasted longer than the combination of U.S. involvement in World War I and World War II, with no end in sight. And Taliban forces are gaining control over more parts of Afghanistan.

  • Any part of Afghanistan that becomes controlled by U.S. forces after heavy causalities would have to permanently be controlled, resulting in continued American casualties, and costs which the United States does not have.

  • United States troops are seen as invaders, and increasing their numbers would increase the hostility of the Afghan government.

  • We then killed thousands of innocent Afghans with courageous high-altitude carpet bombings, drove-controlled firing platforms killing groups of innocent women and children to kill a suspected Taliban or al Qaeda operative.

  • While most Afghans fear the Taliban, they admire the Taliban's honesty and religious piety, while abhorring the corruption of Afghan officials.

  • There is no money to continue to fight the Taliban; China and other countries are lending money to the U.S. to engage in reckless and bloody wars—and presenting subsequent generations of Americans with the bills that will adversely effect the quality of their live—and poverty for many.

Possibly the Most Practicable Policy At This Stage

  • Admit defeat and attempt to:

    • Broker a deal with the Taliban personnel, thereby subjecting the people to the religious fanatics that came to power when the United States abandoned the country previously.

    • Attempt to have Afghan warlords defeat the Taliban by paying the warlords and furnishing the weapons. Be forced to accept the brutality that comes with the approach.

    • Under the warlords, opium production will continue, and America's drug users will not be inconvenienced by a shortage of their pacifiers. Blame those people fulfilling the demand, not the drug users creating the demand!

    • There won't be a democracy, but some semblance of control would occur, just as Saddam Hussein managed to bring about from groups fighting each other.

    • Finally, recognize that the American public was again taken, one of many other times, and will continue to be taken!

    • Finally, show courage and address why the U.S. has been the subject of attacks and the desire by people all over the world to kill Americans.

Another Hoax Upon Naive Americans:
Winning in Afghanistan

    What defines "winning?"

By remaining illiterate about these problems openly described in related books, and by being too lazy or cowardly to act when they do know about it, Americans have brought this mess upon themselves.

This writer is somewhat of a veteran who lived and worked in the Middle East as an airline pilot flying Muslim pilgrims from throughout the region to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina, as it relates to America's involvement in Afghanistan. He loves the United States but hates what is being done to it by a literal Trojan Horse subversive force throughout the government.

Awesome Blowback from CIA Meddling:
Textbook Example of Far-Removed Ripple Effects

Many years ago in earlier editions of Defrauding America, one of former federal agent Rodney Stich's key CIA sources, Günter Russbacher, described his many years in Afghanistan, prior, during, and after the Soviet presence. During one of dozens of conversations, Russbacher told Stich about how it was the CIA's attempt to overthrow the Afghan  he stated something that caused me to question the CIA's role in that country prior to the arrival of Soviet forces.

Russbacher described the role of the CIA while he was in Afghanistan, in undermining the Afghan government leader who was trying to westernize and advance the nation into the 20th Century. Those actions alienated the religious fanatics, who then conducted an insurrection to overthrow the government. Russbacher described to me how he and other CIA personnel were in Afghanistan about a year before the Soviet military entered and that the CIA was helping to undermine the government because it was pro-Soviet. During one question and answer session (September 16, 2002) Russbacher provided the following information in response to my questions:

Stich: Was the CIA furnishing funds, arms, and training to people in Afghanistan seeking to overthrow the king of Afghanistan?

GR: Yes they were. The guy that was running the operation, as far as arms shipments and things like that, was Stan Barker (sp).

Stich: He was CIA, I presume.

GR: No, he was DIA. [Defense Intelligence Agency]

Stich: Do you know how long this was going on before the Soviet military went into Afghanistan?

GR: About 36 months.

Stich: Apparently the CIA was unhappy about the King having ties to the Soviet Union?

GR: Precisely. They were backing one or two factions trying to take over the country.

Brief History of Afghanistan

From 1980 to 1989, the Soviet Union had its military in Afghanistan, asked in by Afghanistan’s leader to stabilize the country. One of the main reasons why the country needed to be stabilized, and why its leader asked for Soviet help, was the destabilization by the United States through the CIA.

In the 1970s, Afghanistan, headed by King Muhammad Zahir Shah, was receiving aid from the United States and the Soviet Union. In July 1973, a group of military officers deposed the King and proclaimed Afghanistan a Republic. The cousin to the deposed King, Lt. Gen. Sardar Muhammad Daud Khan, became president and prime minister. He was later deposed by a group led by Noor Mohammed Taraki, who instituted Marxist reforms, aligning the country more closely with the Soviet Union. Afghanistan’s leaders attempted to modernize the country with financial help from the Soviet Union.

This modernization angered a religious group, popularly called mujahidin (“Islamic warriors”), and with funds and weapons provided by the United States through CIA assets, threatened to overthrow the government. At that point, the Soviet Union was asked to send troops to Afghanistan seeking to defend against the CIA-supported insurrection.

Afghanistan was devastated by the CIA-funded war that continued from 1979 to 1989, at which time the Soviets withdrew their troops. The government, now without sufficient military forces and funds to defend against the U.S. supported rebels, was overthrow in 1992.  Rebel leader, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, launched military attacks on the new government, causing other members of the coalition to form their own guerrilla groups, each controlling different zones.

In 1994, a group of Pashtun Islamic fundamentalist students, calling themselves the Taliban, started to take over different zones, and by September had captured Kabul and declared themselves the legitimate government of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. They then imposed a brutal puritanical form of Islamic law in sections of the country they controlled.

In August 1998, as the Taliban appeared on the verge of taking over the whole country, U.S. missiles destroyed what was described by the Pentagon as an extensive terrorist training complex near Kabul run by Osama bin Laden. He was charged with bombing the American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.

The United Nations brought about a peace agreement in March between the Taliban and the Northern Alliance, under Ahmed Shah Massoud. That agreement collapsed in July and fighting again broke out. In September, a suicide bomb attack by assassins posing as Arab journalists killed Massoud.  

Complicity of the American Public That
Supported the Invasion or Voted for
President Bush's Second Term

The American public has been victimized for decades by the culture endemic in the United States. they are routinely dumbed down by media people, kept uninformed, and blissfully happy with all forms of trivia, while a literal Trojan horse form of corruption is destroying what was once a great country with a high living standard.

Duped in decades of housing and financial frauds, including the latest, and victimized in countless other ways, the unread, uninformed, and easily manipulated American public continues to be blissfully unconcerned, being taken repeatedly for gullible people! Examples in related books.

The most pathetic are those who voted for President's George W. Bush's second term, especially those who lost loved ones in Afghanistan or Iraq and who voted for Bush the first time, or worse, the second time. Their vote brought, or kept in office, the president whose serial lying enabled the death of their loved one.





Some Other Thoughts

See Afghanistan's untold story of CIA's subversive activities in the 1970s led to four decades of tragedies.

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Documentary Books Showing Corruption Among
U.S. Leaders and Resulting Tragedies







All of the books are available at, in print and on the Kindle, and at many other Internet sites. They bring together the various pieces of the puzzle to better understand the overall picture, and why the same conditions continue year after year. Information on the books by former government agent Rodney Stich

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