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David Icke Newsletter, August 19th 2007

THE REAL LIFE 'JOHN WAYNE' ...


MURDERED BY THE STATE

Hello all ...

This is a tale that should be compulsory reading for anyone even contemplating a 'career' in the military anywhere in the world and anyone who believes for a nano-second that by doing so they are serving their country and bringing 'peace' to the planet.

We have John Wayne to thank to a large extent for selling this ludicrous view of military life to so many Americans. Wayne played the role of recruiter-in-chief for the cannon-fodder killed and maimed in war after war since he donned his wardrobe beret, had his face dabbed with make up, and bravely stood unbowed, chin up, chest out, as the fake bullets echoed through the movie set. If real bullets had been involved in a real war 'Big John' could no doubt have cancelled the colon cleanse.

Wayne was an enthusiastic member of the Order of DeMolay, the Freemasonic youth organisation that also produced Bill Clinton, and became an active Freemason. While millions were dying in a Second World War that he would later make a fortune from inaccurately portraying, Wayne was creating the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals in 1943. The 'Duke' majored in irony.


'Hey, Jaaahn ... are you going to enlist?'

'To hell, I will ...'

Wayne was an insider used to peddle 'God Bless America' and 'Land of the Free' and nothing sums up his approach better that the puke-making 'The Green Berets' released in 1968 which earned him a million dollars for portraying the false reality that the elite want the masses to believe in. As the title song said:

Fighting soldiers from the sky
Fearless men who jump and die
Men who mean just what they say
The brave men of the Green Beret

Silver wings upon their chest
These are men, America's best
One hundred men will test today
But only three win the Green Beret

The song, like the movie, was stomach-turning trash, but it was what so many Americans wanted to believe about their country and there is nothing more powerful than telling people what they want to be true, even, no, especially, when it is not.

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So enduring is the myth that many veterans have said they were motivated to join the military by watching John Wayne films. As one biographer put it: 'He epitomized ruggedly individualistic masculinity, and has become an enduring American icon'.

What Wayne was hiding behind his celluloid illusions was the truth of what the military is really there for. To protect the people? To bring peace and justice to the world? No, no. To kill and maim, and be killed and maimed, in pursuit of a global agenda of control and conquest that allows the few to control the planet.

Henry Kissinger, quoted by Watergate reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, encapsulated how the military are really viewed by the dark-minds who control the state. Kissinger said that they were 'dumb, stupid animals to be used' as pawns for foreign policy. In his own way, that applied to John Wayne, also.

And so to Pat Tillman.

Here was everything that John Wayne America could ever dream of. Tillman was a football hero, a linebacker with the Arizona Cardinals. His square jaw and passionate patriotism made him a real-life 'Big John'.  Not for him the fake reality of camera angle and special effects. Tillman was for real.

Like the vast majority of Americans at the time, Tillman bought the lie about 19 Islamic hijackers led by Osama bin Laden attacking America on September 11th 2001. His response was to turn down a new football contract worth $3.6 million over three years to enlist in the US Army in 2002 to defend America from the terrorists. His brother, Kevin, gave up the chance of his own professional baseball career to do the same. Tillman was no right-wing Republican neocon or redneck. He was well read, thought deeply about life and was open to a spectrum of ideas; but for some reason the spun story of 9/11 seized control of his sense of reality.



Pat and Kevin Tillman

The Tillman brothers completed the Ranger Indoctrination Program (what an accurate name) and were assigned to the second battalion of the 75th Ranger Regiment deployed in the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

The spinners of the war in the Bush administration could hardly believe their fortune. They may have had a president who, Wayne-like, avoided service in Vietnam while urging everyone else to go. But now they had a poster boy they could use to persuade other young men and women to give their lives for the cause of global dictatorship. And how they used him.

But then tragedy struck for both spinner and spun. Pat Tillman, who had been redeployed to Afghanistan, died in a Taliban ambush in April 2004. Or so we were told by the authorities, which is, of course, always a metaphor for lying. More 'lyrics' from The Green Berets capture the mood the mind-manipulators sought to sell:

Back at home a young wife waits
Her Green Beret has met his fate
He has died for those oppressed
Leaving her his last request

Put silver wings on my son's chest
Make him one of America's best
He'll be a man they'll test one day
Have him win the Green Beret.

Tillman did not have a son, much to the spinners' disappointment, but he did have a grieving wife, mother and father, two brothers and a nation who had lost an icon.

'Okay, guys, Tillman's dead, this is how we handle it, are we all listening? The President awards him a posthumous Silver Star and Purple Heart and makes speeches in his honour - Brad you arrange that. And Bill, you organise the funeral coverage, we want it broadcast live on national TV. Oh yeah, and Ron, you get him a posthumous promotion - make him a corporal or something.'

All this happened in the frenzy to make capital from a family's tragedy.



The spin

Tillman, who was 27, became the new face of American patriotism and they would have got away with it had the truth not begun to seep out a month later. Tillman had not been killed by the Taliban at all. He had been killed by 'friendly fire' from his own side.

The news was met with fury by his mother Mary and father Pat Senior and by a gathering tide of protest demanding to know what the Bush administration had known about the killing when they were using it to drum up support for the human disasters in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The response was the same as always - lies, denials and the setting up of official 'inquiries' to come to conclusions that support the official story. We have had seven so far as each one is rejected by family and public as flawed and slanted to obscure the truth.

The approach of the 'investigations' is typified by the disgraceful Lt. Col Ralph Kauzlarich, who attacked Tillman and his family for not having Christian beliefs. He said that Kevin Tillman had objected when a chaplain had been asked to pray over his brother's coffin as it was flown back to the US. Kauzlarich told the Sports TV channel, ESPN:

'When you die, I mean, there is supposedly a better life, right? Well, if you are an atheist and you don't believe in anything, if you die, what is there to go to? Nothing. You are worm dirt. So for their son to die for nothing, and now he is no more - that is pretty hard to get your head around that. So I don't know how an atheist thinks. I can only imagine that that would be pretty tough.'

Kauzlarich, however, gave us a stark example of how an idiot thinks. He said this lack of Christian faith made the Tillman family lack 'trust in the system' and he didn't 'think anything will make them happy ... because they can't bring their son back'.  He said the Army could probably have discovered who killed Pat Tillman, but he didn't think it really mattered. 'I had no issue on not finding a specific person responsible for doing it', he told reporters.

So what is the truth that such numbskulls and their masters are so desperate to suppress?

It is the truth that the 'friendly fire' fairytale was only a fall-back position taken after the original version about a Taliban ambush was exposed as a lie. These mind-sick morons have a simple philosophy: when one lie fails, fine another - quick!

As the evidence grows by the week, it is now clear that Tillman was not killed by the Taliban or by accident. He was assassinated to stop him demolishing the whole 'war on terror' scam.

His letters home and accounts of those with him in Afghanistan confirm that Tillman had long re-thought his original reasons for sacrificing his football career for life at the front in Bush's war of terror. He concluded that the Iraq war was illegal and argued against it among his colleagues. He urged them to vote for John Kerry in the 2004 'election' and although this would have changed nothing it shows how his views were developing since Pat-the-Patriot donned his uniform.

Even worse for the Bush cabal, Tillman was in danger of speaking out publicly against the war with a meeting arranged with academic Noam Chomsky when he returned from his deployment in Afghanistan. Chomsky is himself an icon, justified or otherwise, of the anti-war movement.

For the face of American patriotism to condemn the war would have been devastating to the agenda and Tillman had to go. His views would not be allowed to be publicly known at any price, a fact that included his personal journal disappearing, with most of his possessions, two days after his death.



The official story (fall-back position 2) says that a personnel carrier broke down when Tillman's unit were on a seek-and-destroy patrol near the Afghanistan border with Pakistan. He and his squad were told to continue on foot and were ambushed. A squad behind them in a second vehicle then thought that Tillman's group were the ambushers and opened fire.

This version is now known to be nonsense, not least because there is no evidence whatsoever of any incoming fire. No-one was injured, there was no damage to any equipment and no credible accounts. The ambush story falls down at the first hurdle: there was no ambush. And with no ambush how could Tillman and company be confused with the ambushers?

This and other revelations, fatal to the official story, come in 2,300 pages of Pentagon documents acquired by the Associated Press news agency under the Freedom of Information Act after they sued the authorities in a San Francisco court.

The documents show that Tillman was killed by three bullets to the forehead from a M16 combat rifle and they were so close together that doctors say they could not have been delivered from more than ten yards away. In fact, soldiers with experience of the M16 say it must have been more like ten feet.

One doctor told Army investigators that 'the medical evidence did not match-up with the scenario as described'. Several other doctors told the investigators, or 'investigators', that the wounds clearly pointed to murder and suggested it should be a criminal case. Another took the rare decision to contact the Human Resources Command and the Army's Criminal Investigation Division to say he believed this was a criminal matter. On all fronts his views were dismissed.

It now turns out that the squad behind Tillman's group included snipers from US Special Forces - a fact that came to light only three years after his death. 'The nation has been deceived,' his mother Mary Tillman contends and quite blatantly that is correct.

But the latest 'investigation' into Tillman's state murder supports the same 'confusion in the battlefield' cover up and heaps the blame on Lt. Gen. Philip Kensinger, the head of Special Forces in Afghanistan, including Tillman's regiment.

This official condemnation of Kensinger, however, is not related to the murder of Tillman, just his failure to tell the Tillman family and official inquiries about the possibility of friendly fire and lying to investigators about when he knew that Tillman had been killed by fire from American troops. It was a 'failure of leadership', the seventh official investigation said, but there was not a cover up and Tillman was the victim of battlefield misunderstanding.

Like all the other official reports, it is the Pat Tillman version of the Warren Commission that decided that President Kennedy was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald by a bullet that changed directions more times than a pinball. Mary Tillman accurately described it as 'a complete donkey show'.



Pat Tillman's father, mother and widow accept a posthumous sports award for Pat in 2004

It is no longer a case of how Tillman was killed, or who did it. He was murdered by Special Forces marksmen on a mission to silence him before he had the chance demolish the house of cards held together by official propaganda. The question is at what level was Tillman's assassination sanctioned and the answer to that would be at least as high as Vice-President Dick Cheney.

Whether Bush knew is irrelevant because Bush is irrelevant. Cheney runs the White House and he is there to control events, often down to fine detail. He, too, is only a puppet of the Shadow People, of course, but a much more powerful and influential one than Boy Bush. Something like the planned murder of Pat Tillman would certainly have crossed his path before it happened.

The truth is out about Pat Tillman for anyone with a mind worth the name, but it will not be officially acknowledged until we live in a very different world. There is too much to lose until then for those orchestrating the global conspiracy.

But some good can come from all this if it helps to reverse the appalling damage inflicted on the American psyche by Marion Robert Morrison, better known as John Wayne.

If at least some young men and women tell Wayne where to stick his beret as a result of reading the Pat Tillman story, then the death of a genuine, if at first misguided man, will have served to save others from his own fate.

The words of Albert Einstein come to mind: 'The pioneers of a warless world are the [youth] who refuse military service'.

If only Pat Tillman had seen that before he signed his life away.