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  •  Which link ties the 250 servicemembers to this? (1+ / 0-)
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    There are too many links for me to research the topic and locate the actual evidence about "the shocking testimonials of over 250 armed servicemember clients".

    I have no doubt that there are some commanders which are hoping for Armageddon but would like to sample some of the testimonials to see if there were indications that these commanders were in a position to escalate a confrontation with the hope that it could lead to Armageddon as well as believing that it was their religious duty to take that action.

    Are there affidavits identifying these commanders and are they in a position where they are part of the operational decision making structure which will plan or execute operations such that their actions could lead to escalation of a confrontation to the point of realizing their wishes?

    As a former servicemember, I know there were many senior NCO's or lower ranking officers who could have believed anything but they were not in a position to initiate action which would escalate a situation.

    I, for one, have no problem being led by a 3500 year old Pharaoh who was trained by space aliens on a distant star.

    by Tomtech on Fri Sep 06, 2013 at 06:59:09 PM PDT

    •  Read the links then (1+ / 0-)
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      Just because there are a lot of them is no reason to not click on them.

      Passing a law that the Constitution doesn't allow does not negate the Constitution, it negates the law that was passed. Secret courts can't make up secret laws. SORRY FOR THE TYPOS :)

      by snoopydawg on Fri Sep 06, 2013 at 10:14:59 PM PDT

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      •  Do I have to read them all? (0+ / 0-)

        I don't have the time or inclination to read everything from almost 30 links with an unknown amount of data. If you can point me to the specific items of evidence I asked about?

        I checked the link within the sentence that referred to the 250 clients but that took me to a WND article which I won't accept as a source about MRFF's clients.

        I, for one, have no problem being led by a 3500 year old Pharaoh who was trained by space aliens on a distant star.

        by Tomtech on Sat Sep 07, 2013 at 01:11:35 AM PDT

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        •  Go to MRFF's site and/or contact (1+ / 0-)
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          Mikey on this. They often post the complaint letters, if they get permission.  Remember, most service people who complain are not in a position to make it public as there are terrible reprocussions in the military if you are found out.

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