3 thoughts on “Bonus Army: US military attacks demonstrating American War Veterans

  1. The men in that film are all physically very thin. And the army brass, MacArthur, Eisenhower, Patton, said to be heroes in books of revised history, certainly didn’t act heroically, did they?

    Based on US Census Bureau data, Russian researcher Boris Borisov estimated that the great depression of the 1930s caused the US the loss of “not less than 8 million 553 thousand people from 1931 to 1940…Few people know about five million American farmers (about a million families) whom banks ousted from their lands because of debts. The US government did not provide them with land, work, social aid, pension – nothing…Every sixth American farmer was affected by famine. People were forced to leave their homes and go to nowhere without any money and any property. They found themselves in the middle of nowhere enveloped in massive unemployment, famine and gangsterism.”

    According to wiki.answers, the death toll of the great depression was “7 million Industrial (city), 5 million rural, particularly farmers. When the unemployment rate rose to over 19%, within a year it’s estimated a combined total of close to 12 million Americans died from starvation.”

    My grandfather, a farmer, moved his family several times in the middle of the night during the Dirty 30s in order to prevent the sheriffs, on orders from the wealthy banksters, from confiscating and burning their meager possessions. My mother’s possessions during that time amounted to 1 pair of shoes, 1 pair of socks, 1 set of long underwear, 1 panty, 1 skirt, 1 blouse, 1 coat, 1 pair of mittens, 1 scarf, and 1 hat. She had more than most. My grandmother watered her garden by hand with a bucket, raised chickens, and canned like mad during the summer to make sure her family had enough to eat. My great grandmother, living near railroad tracks, regularly saw traveling men that they called hobos, and fed them what little she could. The hobos’ women and children were nowhere to be seen.

    Continuing, according to english.pravda.ru, “At the same time, the US government tried to get rid of redundant foodstuffs, which vendors could not sell. Market rules were observed strictly: unsold goods should always be categorized as redundant and they could not be given away to the poor because it could cause damage to businesses. A variety of methods was used to destroy redundant food. They burnt crops, drowned them in the ocean or plowed 10 million hectares of harvesting fields. ‘About 6.5 million pigs were killed at that time,’ the researcher wrote.”

    “’Conditions and death rate at those [Roosevelt’s public] works [programs], are to be studied separately. A member of public works would make $30, and pay $25 of taxes from this amount. So a person could make only $5 for a month of hard work in malarial swamps.’

    “The conditions, under which people were working for food, could be compared to Stalin’s GULAG camp.”

    Currently, the banksters and their government henchmen are in the process of repeating this conscienceless atrocity.

  2. That’s whats I’m saying don’t think for a second that your own people will not fire on you they will and not bat an eye so if shtf don’t waste a second have no mercy because they sure wont!

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