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gary107   posted:9/8/2013 1:26:02 PM  (Reply)
true historical information on how America operates with regards to public knowledge
gary107   posted:9/8/2013 2:18:21 PM  (Reply)
early 1963 I was in an small side room of the US Navy's base library at Barrigada Guam, M.I. In the main room an early 10 AM meeting of admirals and Lt. Cmdr.s had started instead of at 1 PM as it was posted. They discussed the new President JFK and his ordering of the two companies of our USMC troops on the base. Article 1 of our US Constitution requires that Congress declares war before we send in our troops to fight in a war. It was not until August 1964 under then President LBJ that the Gulf of Tonkin resolution was passed by the US Congress that we [USA] formally send in combat troops to the southern part of Vietnam. This was an impeachable offense by Jack Fitzgerald Kennedy, but he was not destined to be impeached. After the Cuban crisis of 1962 a Naval court martial sentenced him for summery execution for treasonable crimes committed in 1942 against the United States and our Allies at that time 4000 merchant ships 100,000 Merchant Marine sailors, 30,000 of them Americans and contracts that went to Kaiser Shipping for 6000 Liberty ships. On 6\6\63 at San Diego State four teams of four navy men, one for security, one with field glasses, one with hand held two way radios, and one with a rifle with a scope were placed in the Bell Tower, the roof of the Women's Gym, the new BAM building, and the roof of the Social Science building respectively. He was wearing a purple "V" shape strip on his back. He was speaking from the top of a 20 foot elevated platform. June 6th is the anniversary of the Allied landings on D-Day in 1944. So, instead his execution was carried out by an operative US agent with "an attached personality" in Dallas Texas on Nov. 22, 1963.
His brother Robert died by a similar method on the morning of 6\6\68 in Los Angeles in his effort to get back into the White House.
Russia sided with the Union during our American Civil War sending her fleet to help guard Union port cities. After the October 1962 Cuban affair the Russian Navy provided our American Navy with information regarding JFK they had acquired in their occupation of Berlin Germany in May of 1945. They had first tried to use that information in an effort to extort President Kennedy. The August 1964 Gulf of Tonkin resolution was based on false reports of attack against our American Navy then operating in those waters. The Russian Navy has drilled off the coast of Syria in June of 2012 along with Iran and China. Because American is an urban nation, 95% of us live in cities, our UBer [Over] government let loose a medical weapon that has killed over three millions of our US Taxpayers in Jan. 1978 in order to develop our BioTech industries. There is no oil in Syria.



gary107   posted:9/8/2013 2:19:03 PM  (Reply)
/early 1961...
gary107   posted:9/8/2013 2:19:03 PM  (Reply)
/early 1961...
gary107   posted:9/8/2013 2:21:04 PM  (Reply)
/ordering of the two companies of marine troops to southern Vietnam for combat duties...
gary107   posted:9/8/2013 2:22:00 PM  (Reply)
I am going to get in trouble for this posting.
Jaxerback   posted:9/8/2013 8:05:04 PM  (Reply)
Have you anything tangible to back this up?
bobprin   posted:9/9/2013 7:46:59 AM  (Reply)
Will you be moving in with Snowden?
gary107   posted:9/9/2013 12:26:35 PM  (Reply)
Snowden now admits that the NSA can break into any encoded files, I review the email from BKaliski of RSA Security.com Aug. 26, 2004.
Thank God I made a hard copy of it. I hate having to go through the bother of destroying hard drives. The methods, programs, and formulas I have hard mailed to the White House over the years appear to have been useful. RSA after getting a copy changed their advertising from "nearly unbreakable" to "military level" encryption service. Snowden may prove to be a traitor, I am just a royal pain. Again, sometimes I am helpful and useful. It is all hobby to me. I have not publicly suggested that the Fitzgerald Kennedys should have a red "T" tattooed into their foreheads and be accompanied by an escort with a Klaxon horn that sounds for five seconds every minute so that the general public can be advised of their whereabouts and presence when ever they are outside their residences for the next five generations. There has to be punishment for the deaths of 30,000 American Merchant Marine sailors and treason to our country.
gary107   posted:9/9/2013 12:26:36 PM  (Reply)
Snowden now admits that the NSA can break into any encoded files, I review the email from BKaliski of RSA Security.com Aug. 26, 2004.
Thank God I made a hard copy of it. I hate having to go through the bother of destroying hard drives. The methods, programs, and formulas I have hard mailed to the White House over the years appear to have been useful. RSA after getting a copy changed their advertising from "nearly unbreakable" to "military level" encryption service. Snowden may prove to be a traitor, I am just a royal pain. Again, sometimes I am helpful and useful. It is all hobby to me. I have not publicly suggested that the Fitzgerald Kennedys should have a red "T" tattooed into their foreheads and be accompanied by an escort with a Klaxon horn that sounds for five seconds every minute so that the general public can be advised of their whereabouts and presence when ever they are outside their residences for the next five generations. There has to be punishment for the deaths of 30,000 American Merchant Marine sailors and treason to our country.
gary107   posted:9/9/2013 12:36:38 PM  (Reply)
Did you not realize the full nature of my sweet disposition?
gary107   posted:9/9/2013 12:36:38 PM  (Reply)
Did you not realize the full nature of my sweet disposition?
gary107   posted:9/9/2013 12:36:39 PM  (Reply)
Did you not realize the full nature of my sweet disposition?
Jaxerback   posted:9/9/2013 8:49:47 PM  (Reply)
You would be the first one to admit that your government routinely slaughters its own civilians..are you proud of this?
You recently said that my country has no say in world affairs,which is true,but what supreme being made your country judge and jury in world affairs?
bobprin   posted:9/10/2013 6:47:36 AM  (Reply)
A very good question, but let me remind everyone that the USA is composed of peoples from all around the globe who came here seeking a better life. The cool thing is most of them found it. That pisses off the people who stayed in their native countrys. Personally, I don't think its a good idea to tell other people how to live and we should just observe with alertness. Or we should conquer the world and be done with it.
gary107   posted:9/10/2013 9:03:40 AM  (Reply)
If we go into Syria's conflict, then we will have to take care of those people for decades to come and we will become responsible for all that goes on over there. There is no oil in Syria. We should not conflict in battle with the Russian Navy and their base on that soil. No war with Russia. Our American Uber [Over] government release a BioMedical weapon [gay version HIV/AIDS Jan. 1978] that has killed over three Millions of our own tax payers, should other countries therefore bomb America? A few hundred Syrians are not an issue being drawn on our national account.
gary107   posted:9/10/2013 9:05:03 AM  (Reply)
/released a...
gary107   posted:9/10/2013 9:05:03 AM  (Reply)
/released a...
gary107   posted:9/10/2013 9:05:04 AM  (Reply)
/released a...
gary107   posted:9/10/2013 12:04:38 PM  (Reply)
I trust there is not a web site where folks can go and get RSA encrypted files decoded. I really hope that Snowden is not giving out such information. It is one thing not to be given credit for good research work, it is something else for others to just be giving the method away to anyone.


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