A Memorial Day tribute to the real heroes…

A Memorial Day tribute to the true heroes. Not just of the USA, but of the world. I speak of those whose lives have been cut short, who died because they had the temerity to expose or speak against the gross criminality of TPTB.

I want to honor all of the men and women who have resisted TPTB, for they truly and justly and rightly so are heroes. To fight this ‘unspeakable evil’ takes true bravery and courage. To wrestle against an opponent who has no scruples, knows no honor, has unlimited resources, lies as a matter of course, and quite literally will ‘do anything’ to accomplish it’s wicked agenda… that is the very definition of a hero.

But heroes are people, and people are flawed. What ultimately makes them a hero is not their character, though of course we want our heroes to be honorable people, no they are heroes, because, and many cases in spite of their flaws, they chose to fight the unspeakable evil. They put their very life at risk, they put their ‘everything’ at risk. They chose the difficult path, the path less traveled. They pushed ahead, where most stopped, turned around, or fled. The true hero never desires to be one, nor do they see themselves as one whilst they are engaged in the battle. They do not fight for earthly rewards or praise. They join battle because they must, because to do otherwise would a betrayal at the very core of their being.

We are at war; all of us, humanity. A war against this parasite/psychopath class who looks upon all other livings things as worthless. I am unsure how many who fought and died truly understood this. Truly grasped the enormity of the evil, or the potential consequences. It is obvious that some did, and some did not. I honor all who have died, regardless of their level of understanding. And I give special recognition to those who fully grasped that which they fought against, and chose to fight despite the odds. I also honor the innocent victims, those who lives were taken simply for being a witness to a crime and reporting what they saw.

Lastly, I give honor to the unknown soldiers. Those whose story has either been lost in time, or was never known. The men and women of no reputation or renown who fought the good fight and did not even get the recognition here on earth for their sacrifice. I truly hope there is an afterlife, for if there is and it is a place of justice these people will be duly rewarded for their work.

This is but a short partial list and in no particular order, and is primarily focused on Americans of the 20th and 21st centuries, however I believe it represents a cross section of the those who gave their lives, whether willingly or not, from around the world. I honor these men and women. For they are ‘my’ heroes.

Note: Deaths of those who were fighting against TPTB that are listed as ‘accidental’ or ‘suicide’ I believe are murdered. Convenient coincidences, especially more than one, I call a plan.

Evany José Metzker: independent investigative reporter and blogger in Brazil, vocal critic of government corruption. At the time of death was investigating a child prostitution ring. Beheaded.

Dorothy Kilgallen: popular and respected journalist who was writing a book on the JFK assassination and the only person to interview Jack Ruby, days away from a huge revelation when she was found dead, ruled accidental. Her notes/material on JFK were never found.

Danny Casolaro: freelance reporter working on ‘The Octopus’ book, which focus began with PROMIS software but morphed into an expose on TPTB and the connections of various events. Wrists slashed 12 times. His material for the book was never found.

David Kelly: UK weapons inspector working on book exposing the false claims of WMD in Iraq and government involvement in biological warfare. Found dead in woods near home, listed as suicide.

Michael Ruppert: former LAPD narcotics investigator, author of 9/11 expose ‘Crossing the Rubicon’. Harassed and poisoned after book released. He did voluntarily take his life. It was obvious from his last video interview that his journey had taken a toll on his mental and spiritual well being.

Phillip Marshall: former airline pilot, did covert flying with Barry Seal, wrote 9/11 book ‘The Big Bamboozle’. Was working on a follow up book when he was found dead, along with his 2 teenage children and the family dog… ruled murder/suicide.

Gary Webb: investigative journalist whose Dark Alliance articles pulled back the cover of the CIA’s involvement in drug running. Found dead with single gunshot wound to head, ruled suicide.

Andrew Breitbart: independent journalist broke the ACORN child-sex trafficking scandal embarrassing Obama administration, was working on project to expose Obama with early videos of him. Died of sudden and unexpected heart attack. Michael Cormier, a respected forensic technician for the LA County Coroner died under suspicious circumstances (poisoned?) at his North Hollywood home, the same day Breitbart’s cause of death was finally made public by the LA Coroner’s office.

Paul Wellstone: Minnesota Senator, voted against congressional approval of the 2nd Iraq War was opposed to the Bush administration and the politics as usual in DC. Was leading his senatorial race when his plane crashed killing him, his wife/daughter and 5 others.

Beverly Eckert: Husband died in the South Tower on 9/11. Part of early group whose actions forced the White House to create the 9/11 Commission. Refused to take payout in exchange for renunciation of all legal claims. Was preparing lawsuit implicating Bush and the PNAC group, had just met with Obama at White House week prior with 9/11 victims group. Died in commuter plane crash.

Bless those who gave their lives, and bless those alive today who fight against this unspeakable evil.

Kevin Scott King
truthshock.wordpress.com
kevink199@verizon.net

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3 thoughts on “A Memorial Day tribute to the real heroes…

  1. Right on brother. Add to the list Terrence Yeakey, unknown to most. And this guy:

    “Courage is an inner resolution to go forward despite obstacles.
    Cowardice is submissive surrender to circumstances.
    Courage breeds creativity; Cowardice represses fear and is mastered by it.
    Cowardice asks the question, is it safe?
    Expediency ask the question, is it politic?
    Vanity asks the question, is it popular?

    But, conscience ask the question, is it right? And there comes a time when we must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but one must take it because it is right.”

    – – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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