Tuesday, April 10, 2012

US overtly suppressing facts about drone strikes

But in Pakistan, where most strikes have occurred, the victims do have someone speaking out on their behalf. Shahzad Akbar, a Pakistani lawyer who co-founded the human rights organization Foundation for Fundamental Rights, filed the first case in Pakistan on behalf of family members of civilian victims and has become a critical force in litigating and advocating for drone victims.
Now that Akbar has become the voice of drone victims, it appears that the Obama administration is trying to silence him.
from Obama Administration Silencing Pakistani Drone-Strike Lawyer

I've written about what's really behind this form of sheer terror, which is the result of knowing that death could come out of the blue at any moment "by mistake." It's essentially an attempt to create an open-air "Gitmo," to create a dread of Earth-life, in order to drive the human spirit out of the world and into the 8th Sphere, as reflected by Skull & Bones "class photos." It's also intended to get the relatives of the victims to seek revenge, but through violence, not by exposing the program.

I was going to include a link to an article in my Campaigner Unbound website, but some Satanic drone has evidently shut down access to my site for visitors, even though I can still edit the site. Oh, well, there's always Google, whose motto is "don't be evil," and which has never played any such games with me.