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    Major General Smedley Butler - " War is a Racket "




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    yes, war is a racket, and, a very ugly business

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    Gen.Butler was correct.

    Which is why I cannot support troops or war in general. I just won't do it. Carrying out the orders of the state makes you just as guilty as the people who "lead" you.

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    Gen. Butler chose his words very correctly and carefully... It's the corporations (war profits)...

    It's the corporations that are looking for profits and WANT YOU on ' pharmaceuticals.'
    over the counter (OTC) or scripted drugs.

    It's the corporations (oil companies) that want YOU to use plastic for everything, containers, packing,
    Packaging, fuel, food additives, chemistry, childrens toys, etc.

    When the people realize what the corporations have been doing for profits... There will be NO
    MORE wars.


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    Quote Posted by Tango (here)
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    Gen. Butler chose his words very correctly and carefully... It's the corporations (war profits)...

    It's the corporations that are looking for profits and WANT YOU on ' pharmaceuticals.'
    over the counter (OTC) or scripted drugs.

    It's the corporations (oil companies) that want YOU to use plastic for everything, containers, packing,
    Packaging, fuel, food additives, chemistry, childrens toys, etc.

    When the people realize what the corporations have been doing for profits... There will be NO
    MORE wars.


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    You nailed it on the head.

    And I agree wholeheartedly.

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