BY US STANDARDS, AMERICA SHOULD’VE BEEN BOMBED FOR WHAT HAPPENED IN TEXAS, 25 YEARS AGO TODAY | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


BY US STANDARDS, AMERICA SHOULD’VE BEEN BOMBED FOR WHAT HAPPENED IN TEXAS, 25 YEARS AGO TODAY

When reports claimed that a chemical attack killed 70 civilians in Syria earlier this month, the Trump administration was quick to place the blame on the Syrian government—despite having no evidence—and they claimed that the horror of such an atrocity deserved retaliation in the form of targeted airstrikes.

IF THE IDEA THAT A GOVERNMENT WOULD USE CHEMICALS TO KILL DOZENS OF ITS OWN CITIZENS IS SO ABHORRENT THAT THE U.S. WOULD RISK WORLD WAR 3 TO TAKE A STAND AGAINST IT, THEN IT MUST MEAN THAT THE U.S. WOULD NEVER DO THE SAME THING TO ITS OWN CITIZENS, FOR FEAR THAT IT COULD BE SUBJECTED TO A SIMILAR RESPONSE FROM ANOTHER COUNTRY—RIGHT?

However, on April 19, 1993, there was a government that used chemical weapons on its own people, and nearly 80 men, women, and children died as a result. But the attack was not carried out by the Syrian government and it did not happen in the Middle East. It took place in Waco, Texas, and it was perpetrated by the United States government.

It all started as the government began looking for ways to obtain a warrant to search the 77-acre plot occupied by a group called the Branch Davidians when they heard rumors that the mysterious cult was stockpiling weapons and modifying them with illegal parts in preparation for the end of the world.

Branch Davidian leader David Koresh was accused of having multiple underage wives, sexually abusing the young daughters of his members, and ultimately holding cult members against their will. But an investigation conducted by Child Protective Services in 1992 concluded that no one was being held against their will and there were no signs of child abuse.

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This was done under the watch of our Pervy Prez Clinton, courtesy of his AG, Bloody Janet Reno.

This was slaughter and genocide, pure and simple, to prove that the Federal Government had the right to slaughter its citizens with extreme prejudice, even if they had absolutely not done anything wrong, no matter the lies spread, or the horrific chemical which was used to kill them.

If you haven't read the article below, now might well be a good time to reacquaint yourself with the facts of the case:

WACO

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