An ethical person - like a politician, banker or lawyer - may know right from wrong, but unlike many of them, a moral person lives it. An Americanist first already knows that.
Bankers and their government agents will always act in their own best interests. Any residual benefit flowing down to the citizens by happenstance will just be litter.
Old-timers who were awake and paying attention will remember this... crimes committed then, and widely believed still continuing to this day in other US warring theaters . Gary Webb: More Pieces In The Suicide Puzzle - Pt 1
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"Any hack can safely rail away at foreign powers
beyond the sea; but a good writer is a critic of the society he lives in."
- Edward Abbey
"An open and shut case..."
There comes a time when you just have to stand back and
take a look at the big picture. This is one of those times. On the morning
of December 10th 2004, 49 year old, Gary Webb was found dead in his modest,
recently sold Carmichael, California home. Webb allegedly died from two
*self-inflicted* gunshot wounds to the head from a .38 caliber pistol.
The Sacramento coroner, Mr. Lyons, hastily ruled Webb's death a suicide
heralded by his now infamous pronouncement: "It's unusual in a suicide
case to have two shots," he said, "but it has been done in the
past, and it is in fact a distinct possibility." Which brings up
another possibility, as the Gershwin song goes, that "it ain't necessarily
so." I'm referring to the lingering and distinct possibility-- no
make that probability-- that Gary Webb was murdered.
While I agree with Mr. Lyons that it's unusual for a
suicide to "have two shots" notice how cleverly Mr. Lyons fails
to mention another more important detail such as it's virtually impossible
to have a suicide case with two shots to the head via a .38 revolver?
Think about that for a moment. Doesn't this deceptive statement make one
suspicious that a well orchestrated, top-down cover-up operation is underway?
Or is this merely a minor oversight by a government official whose expertise
is determining the cause of death? Here's what the iconoclastic, egdy,
political commentator Vox had to say on December 23, 2004 about Webb's
alleged 'suicide' that had occurred only a few days prior (posted on his
"... So we need to know who told the coroner to
say it was suicide. The coroner knows who told him to say it was suicide
and that person knows who told them to say it was suicide, and so on and
so forth until you arrive at the group who ordered the hit. But to claim
that after the first shot to the face the guy then re-cocks his pistol,
aims and fires a second shot - it is impossible for a thinking person to
accept this. And anyone with the skills that webb had would get it right
the first time. No, this was a hit job... Either way it is impossible
for a thinking person to accept... and that is the point. Read more from Rense