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Isn't it obvious? If Operation Jade Helm were happening in any other country, it would be immediately labeled a military drill for martial law

3/30/2015 - I'm always amazed at how people can be programmed by the mainstream media to ignore the obvious reality happening right in front of their eyes. Right now, America is being lulled into a hypnotic sense of denial while military training for martial law is happening right in their own neighborhoods and...

U.S. soldiers sent to West Africa now in isolation being monitored for Ebola in Italy

11/3/2014 - The Defense Department assured Americans that the U.S. military personnel that President Obama ordered to West Africa to build clinics for Ebola victims would be protected -- safe, even -- from the deadly virus. But, as has been the case from the outset, the administration's actions have rarely matched...

U.S. soldiers to receive just four hours of training on Ebola virus

11/2/2014 - Most Americans think that their military is very well-trained, and in most cases, that assumption is correct. However, troops who have been ordered by President Obama to assist with the Ebola outbreak in West Africa got a bare minimum of training before being sent into an area where an incurable Biosafety...

Natural News Health Update: Beet juice and more (updated)

3/15/2013 - Here's a quick look at some of the health news trends for the week ending on Friday, March 15, 2013: Quack science says soldiers and veterans are violent criminalsA new "scientific" attack against soldiers is under way as The Lancet -- the same medical journal that smeared Dr. Wakefield over his...

25 disturbing facts about psych drugs, soldiers and suicides

3/14/2013 - We are living in an age of upside-downs, where right is wrong, fiction is truth and war is peace. Those who fight the wars are subjected to their own house of mirrors via pharmaceutical "treatments." Instead of providing U.S. soldiers and veterans with actual health care, the government throws pills...

Are experimental vaccines for soldiers causing premature aging?

9/14/2012 - The research is preliminary and the results inconclusive, but scientists believe several factors are related to repeated exposure to combat conditions could be causing premature aging among many of our nation's veterans, though some believe the cause could be much more sinister. Post-traumatic stress...

Suicide has become an Army epidemic

9/7/2012 - The men and the women of the Army are widely recognized as America's heroes, but combat is no longer the biggest risk. Suicide due to PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is occurring among those on active duty as well as those who have returned home, and in the past six years, it has been on the rise...

More soldiers die from suicide than combat

6/10/2012 - Another extremely sad revelation following a decade of war - new Pentagon statistics are showing that the military is losing an average of one soldier per day not to combat in Afghanistan, but to suicide. As of this writing, according to an Associated Press investigation, there have been 154 suicides...

More than 110,000 U.S. soldiers remain on antidepressants and sedatives

5/28/2012 - Analysts and experts have long maintained that the duration of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are having a detrimental effect on the nation's military personnel. Nowhere have the problems of high operational tempos and repeated combat deployments manifested themselves more than in the tens of thousands...

Battlefield acupuncture offers a safer, more effective alternative to dangerous painkiller drugs for soldiers

4/12/2012 - Psychiatric drugs and painkillers are now being routinely used across the U.S. military, where violent suicides have skyrocketed to levels never before seen in history. In the military today, soldiers who suffer TBIs -- Traumatic Brain Injuries -- frequently receive treatment with mind-altering psychiatric...

Soldiers still suffer from drug addictions or dependencies post-battle

3/23/2012 - It was a report that shocked most Americans: A senior noncommissioned officer walked out of his base in southern Afghanistan well before dawn, armed with his M-4 carbine and a mind full of ill-intent. Before the sun rose, 16 Afghan civilians, many of them women and children, lay dead in a nearby village,...

U.S. soldiers dangerously over-medicated with antipsychotic drugs

8/5/2011 - As if American soldiers sent to fight America's undeclared wars in Iraq and Afghanistan haven't suffered enough, now it turns out many are being prescribed powerful, side-effect laden drugs to treat their post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). These Big Pharma mind altering concoctions are ineffective...

18 U.S. veterans commit suicide daily; largely due to psychiatric drugs

6/3/2011 - "If mentally incapacitated troops are being drugged with dangerous, mind-altering drugs and deployed to battle against their will, how can we say that we have a volunteer army?" asked Alliance for Human Research Protection, the national network dedicated to advancing responsible and ethical medical...

Boku Superfood teams with Consumer Wellness Center to donate superfoods to U.S. soldiers

5/27/2011 - In an effort to get more superfoods into the hands of U.S. soldiers, Boku Superfood (www.BokuSuperfood.com) and the Consumer Wellness Center (www.ConsumerWellness.org) have teamed up to deliver high-density nutrition directly to the hands of U.S. soldiers on the front lines. For the next several...

Military about to drug soldiers with male bonding hormone?

10/7/2010 - A new study in the journal Science suggests that the same hormone that underlies love also helps create the sense of solidarity that soldiers experience when they feel united with each other against the enemy. "Our study shows that oxytocin not only plays a role in modulating cooperation and benevolence,...

U.S. Military Demands Bonus Money Back from Soldiers with Arms, Legs Blown Off

6/22/2008 - In some cases, the U.S. military has been denying wounded soldiers the full amount of their enlistment bonuses, under the rationale that the soldiers are unable to fulfill the full term of their service contract. The policy came to light after Jordan Fox, who was injured by a roadside bomb in Iraq...

America's Soldiers Need Support on the War Front

4/9/2008 - Our American soldiers on the war front are finding it increasingly difficult to get the mental health care they need. As violence rose in Afghanistan, new tactics have been employed, which in turn pushed our troops there farther away from operating bases and farther away from help. A report released...

Pentagon Stiffs Soldiers out of Education Benefits After 729-Day Deployment in Iraq

3/7/2008 - Members of the Minnesota National Guard returning from the longest tour of any ground combat unit in Iraq were surprised to learn that they were not eligible for the education benefits that they expected to receive under the G.I. Bill. The Minnesota National Guard's First Brigade Combat Team of the...

Off-label use of blood clotting prescription drug may be killing U.S. soldiers, military doctors say

11/20/2006 - Denmark-based company Novo Nordisk's Recombinant Activated Factor VII was originally designed to coagulate blood and treat rare forms of hemophilia, but reports say that it is being used on critically wounded U.S. troops deployed to Iraq, despite being linked to clots resulting in strokes, heart attacks...

Mental health crisis haunts front line U.S. soldiers serving in Iraq

10/27/2006 - Soldiers returning from the front lines of Iraq are likely to have mental health disorders that the military will not have the funds to treat. In fact, a former military commander-in-chief describes today's overextended, under-equipped military as nearing the "breaking point." In addition to Iraq,...

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