Dredging Hanoi Lake for Life after McCain

Vietnam: a lesson on why America hates colored people who have resisted for 1,000 years

They have deranged smiles, hefty laughs, sometimes, like John McCain, seven homes, a cool twenty million in the bank, and that syphilitic grin.

I was in Vietnam, 1994, talking with people in Hanoi. Saw the photos of children all lined up in the courtyard of an orphanage. Oh, maybe 20 in one shot, 10 in another, and the story was repeated through narratives, both visual and oral.

These are corpses I am talking about, friends. Made in the USA, Murder, Inc., War Profiteering, Zionist and Gentile bombs and telemetry, napalm a la Dow, and that yellow-blue-titanium rain of paraquat, dioxins, Agent Orange.

McCain heroes, looping F-4 Phantoms at supersonic speed. Hang-over. The clap. Some booty bargained for from one of his NCOs. These people, these sound sleepers, politicians, hell, presidential wannabes, tens of thousands of them, dropping bombs, strafing villages, igniting orphans and nuns, well, this is what American farming is about, a la Memorial Day. Farming the dead.

Colin Powell with his own Propaganda Broadcasting System special, a la Zionist gatekeepers, yesterday, honoring him, the veterans, all that schmaltz. This is the guy — Major Powell back then — whose job in Vietnam was to make the heroes who exposed the My Lai Massacre into bums. To dig up anything on them, to denegrate and invalidate. In the words of USA Murder Inc., to lie about them. McNamara, Haig, Ollie North, Westmoreland, the rest of the John Wayne deranged crew, that’s Memorial Day for Vietnam.

So, you unwind in the morning with a pineapple and rum, push your prostitutes out of bed, and then get ready for some pre-Tom Cruise top gun fun. This is the McCain and you name it legacy of war, America’s War Against Brown People a la Indochina.

You swagger that pre-Bush USS Lincoln swagger on the runway. You grab your crotch because of the clap, and you check that F-4, US. Made, taxpayer funded, California dreaming McDonnell Douglas. Imagine, the first one in flight in 1958, a year after I was born to a US Airforce NCO. Imagine, now, Shah-purchased F-4’s today, 57 years later, running sorties out of Iran to attack ISIS in eastern Iraq.

You kiss the windshield, and then, you are McCain, US Naval Commander McCain, flying off of air craft carriers, ready to implode children. It’s the Colin Powell MAMs – military aged men – KAMs – kill anything that moves – policy. Millions killed, millions of acres destroyed. The Jerome Leon “Jerry” Bruckheimer Jewish films praising the military machine of America.

What does it take to be McCain, to be Bush, to be Obama, to be all those Madeline Albrights, those Clintons “it was worth it . . . the price of American Monetary Might . . . the cost to them for going against USA Murder Inc. . . . the price of collateral damage” rationalizers, now running the World Show, after all of our societies’ collective PTSD, USA Murder Inc., now a USA society whimpering, today, warped by twisted mind controllers in the media, in education, in the pseudo sciences, by the punishment policy makers, because of the chosen people’s contributions to society – a broken, messed up, and secretive narrative.

Amazing, this small country, Israel, with so much might, not counting the lies of No Nuclear Weapons —

Here! First the French gave the killer devices to Israel. Then the USA gave the chosen genocide directors the killers’ might. Now, Israel sells the world weapons, drones, the murdering tools of the syphilitic McCains, no matter which rotten battle field they find themselves on, the blood of money changers, the blood of USA Murder Inc. A little here and there from UK-France-EU.

I was there, Vietnam, even spent a good hour in McCain’s supposed Hotel Hilton cell. Saw the B-52 sticking out of the green Huu Tiep Lake in Hanoi.

So many lies about war, and my old man, shot twice in Vietnam, as a US Murder Inc. CW4, signal corps, Big Red One, Army. I was in Vietnam the same age he was, 36, but on a biological transect, working to help the Vietnamese identify some unique forests and jungles for preservation.

Imagine, 1994, and all the old Viet Cong and other tough military coming out of the farms to meet me. The same age as my old man, older.

Imagine, my old man, telling me his stories about two tours, and he was regular Army, and ended up with 32 years total, 100 percent disability, bronze star, purple hearts, and other “fruit salad” on his chest — US military had to have their guns locked up at night because they went crazy on booze and drugs and prostitutes. He had a dozen hits out on him for telling soldiers to clean up and tidy up their uniforms. Race riots. Thousands murdered. And what they did to the civilized-civilians!@#$%

Imagine on New Year’s, the Viet Cong got an extra bowl of rice, while US of Murder got White Castle burgers, Bud beer, 31 flavors of ice cream and the Navy-Army game on videotape.

Imagine generals with pearl handled .45 colts and all that swagger of the deranged. Double and triple dipping. Millionaires made from Colonels, Generals, Civil Servants of war.

Vietnam. Korea. Bring on that Wagner and the Air Calvary from Coppola’s flick, Apocalypse Now. 

Americans are happy they have electricity, fun, hedonistic, infantile lives, all the pleasures of rotten food, pollution, Lazy Boy lives, work-ya-to-death CEOs running the entire mortgage scams. There is that book, Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers.  Modern man-woman, under constant fight-flight-die. Levies, fines, taxes, tolls, penalties, interest rates. Think about that Monetary Military, those few chosen running how much of the globe’s economic engines? How many cities are under water? How much do those chosen few get from municipalities for the crime of community infrastructure?

This is the war, the memorial day wars, all those broken people of the empires, all those colonizers and all the collective PTSD, ennui, the broken infants at 40, the people who are so cynical that they see the world was lost a hundred years ago, at the dawn of the 1776, or earlier.

Imagine the collective agnotology, the head in the sand, the memorializing of myth and lies and a Zionist movie set. One continual NPR, NBC, ABC, controlled opposition.

Imagine, that Hanoi orphanage, the smell of the Navy jet fuel, the roar of those football All-Americans dive-bombing for fun, killing and then, 20 minutes later, bellying up to the booze, the booty, the broken ways of USA Murder Inc.

Bomb them back to the Stone Age. 2015, Israel to the Palestinians.

I was there, in country, no hero, no memorializing, but the slag of dioxins still in mother’s milk 20 years after McCain and Dow and Mattel and all those gun-goo-guillotine manufacturers unleashed their Murder Inc. toys.

These small countries, without armies, well, those are the models for the coming apocalypse of climate and water and resource wars.

They include Andorra, Costa Rica, Liechtenstein, the Vatican, Samoa, Nauru, Kiribati and other tiny island-states.

There are currently 23 countries in the world that maintain no army, —  also, there are a half dozen countries with no standing army that maintain limited paramilitary security forces for protection. These include Iceland, Haiti, Monaco, Mauritius, Vanuatu and Panama.

So many McCains and JDL supporters. So many lies about the memorials of the mighty America, the broken Europe, the sin-inducing Israel. All those men with guns, weapons sold by the USA, a la British Guardian:

The SIPRI Top 100 arms-producing and military services companies in the world excluding China, 2010
Rank, 2010 Rank, 2009 Company Country Arms sales, 2010 Arms sales, 2009 Arms sales as % of total sales, 2010
1 1 Lockheed Martin USA 35,730 33,430 78
2 2 BAE Systems UK 32,880 32,540 95
3 3 Boeing USA 31,360 32,300 49
4 4 Northrop Grumman USA 28,150 27,000 81
5 5 General Dynamics USA 23,940 23,380 74
6 6 Raytheon USA 22,980 23,080 91
S S BAE Systems Inc. (BAE Systems, UK) USA 17,900 19,280 100
7 7 EADS Trans-European 16,360 15,930 27
8 8 Finmeccanica Italy 14,410 13,280 58
9 9 L-3 Communications USA 13,070 13,010 83
10 10 United Technologies USA 11,410 11,110 21
11 11 Thales France 9,950 10,200 57
12 12 SAIC USA 8,230 8,030 74
13 27 Oshkosh Truck USA 7,080 2,770 72
14 13 Computer Sciences Corp. USA 5,940 6,050 37
15 14 Honeywell USA 5,400 5,380 16
16 16 Safran France 4,800 4,740 34
S S Sikorsky (United Technologies) USA 4,530 3,980 68
17 19 Rolls-Royce UK 4,330 4,260 26
18 18 General Electric USA 4,300 4,700 3
S S Pratt & Whitney (United Technologies) USA 4,080 3,940 32
19 17 ITT Corp. USA 4,000 4,730 36
20 22 Almaz-Antei[d] Russia 3,950 3,260 89
S S MBDA (BAE Systems, UK/EADS, trans-European/Finmeccanica, Italy) Trans-European 3,710 3,610 100
21 28 United Aircraft Corp.[d] Russia 3,440 2,710 82
22 21 DCNS France 3,320 3,340 100
23 15 KBR[e] USA 3,310 4,990 33
24 26 URS Corp. USA 3,030 2,770 33
25 24 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries[f] Japan 2,960 2,810 9
S S Eurocopter Group (EADS, trans-European) France 2,940 3,050 46
S S AgustaWestland (Finmeccanica) Italy 2,920 2,800 61
26 23 Alliant Techsystems USA 2,870 2,810 59
27 33 Rockwell Collins USA 2,860 2,580 61
28 31 Saab Sweden 2,780 2,640 82
29 42 Babcock International Group UK 2,770 2,010 62
30 34 Textron USA 2,740 2,570 26
31 32 Rheinmetall Germany 2,660 2,640 50
32 51 Hewlett-Packard USA 2,570 1,580 2
33 47 ManTech International Corp. USA 2,490 1,920 96
34 38 Hindustan Aeronautics India 2,480 2,130 90
35 29 Elbit Systems Israel 2,480 2,700 95
S S EADS Astrium (EADS, trans-European) France 2,450 2,400 37
36 25 Navistar USA 2,410 2,800 20
37 41 Israel Aerospace Industries Israel 2,400 2,030 76
38 30 DynCorp International (Cerberus Capital)[g] USA 2,390 2,650 71
39 40 CACI International USA 2,320 2,080 74
40 36 Cobham UK 2,260 2,260 77
41 44 Goodrich USA 2,230 2,010 11
42 37 CEA France 2,200 2,160 40
S S MBDA France (MBDA, trans-European) France 2,190 1,740 100
43 48 Harris USA 2,130 1,900 41
44 39 Serco UK 2,130 2,110 32
45 45 Navantia Spain 2,010 1,980 96
46 55 Indian Ordnance Factories[h] India 1,960 1,440 80
S S Alenia Aeronautica (Finmeccanica) Italy 1,920 1,810 67
47 73 Vertolety Rossii (OPK Oboronoprom)[d] Russia 1,910 810 71
48 20 AM General[i] USA 1,900 3,720 . .
49 53 ST Engineering (Temasek) Singapore 1,750 1,450 40
50 49 QinetiQ UK 1,730 1,770 69
51 United Shipbuilding Corp.[d] Russia 1,650 . . 70
52 50 Krauss-Maffei Wegmann[j] Germany 1,590 1,630 94
53 62 Kongsberg Gruppen Norway 1,500 1,090 58
54 53 Rafael Israel 1,470 1,570 98
55 57 Nexter France 1,430 1,230 100
S S BAE Systems Australia (BAE Systems, UK) Australia 1,380 1,090 100
S S Sukhoi (United Aircraft Corp.)[d] Russia 1,360 1,440 93
56 44 ThyssenKrupp Germany 1,340 1,980 2
S S Irkut Corp. (United Aircraft Corp.)[d] Russia 1,330 1,060 86
57 IHI Group[f] Japan 1,330 280 10
58 36 Agility Kuwait 1,310 2,480 23
59 89 Fluor[k] USA 1,300 710 6
60 59 Samsung South Korea 1,290 1,170 1
61 55 Groupe Dassault France 1,270 1,360 23
62 91 United Engine Corp.[d] Russia 1,250 680 44
S Sevmash (United Shipbuilding Corp.)[d] Russia 1,240 530 90
63 64 Diehl Germany 1,210 1,070 34
64 46 Mitsubishi Electric[f] Japan 1,160 1,950 3
65 Triumph Group USA 1,080 480 37
S S Thales Nederland (Thales, France) Netherlands 1,060 880 100
66 60 GKN UK 1,050 1,110 13
S S Samsung Techwin (Samsung) South Korea 1,030 930 46
67 69 Jacobs Engineering Group[l] USA 1,020 880 10
68 59 Kawasaki Heavy Industries[f] Japan 1,020 1,110 7
69 68 TRV Corp.[d] Russia 1,010 910 90
70 77 NEC[f] Japan 980 770 3
71 67 Bharat Electronics India 970 920 80
72 66 Moog USA 960 920 46
73 71 Fincantieri Italy 940 860 25
S S IHI Marine United (IHI Group)[f] Japan 890 . . 41
74 80 Chemring Group UK 890 750 96
75 74 Ultra Electronics UK 880 810 80
76 87 CAE Canada 840 710 53
77 84 RUAG Switzerland 830 730 48
S S Selex Galileo (Finmeccanica) Italy 820 770 91
78 61 Shaw Group[m] USA 810 1,100 12
79 81 LIG Nex1 South Korea 810 750 99
80 70 Precision Castparts Corp. USA 810 880 13
81 86 Cubic Corp. USA 810 710 68
82 75 Meggitt UK 780 810 44
83 Hawker Beechcraft USA 780 600 28
84 65 Indra Spain 780 940 23
85 79 Curtiss-Wright Corp. USA 780 760 41
86 83 Alion Science and Technology USA 770 740 93
87 95 Aselsan Turkey 760 640 97
S S Selex Communications (Finmeccanica) Italy 750 810 80
88 90 Mitre[n] USA 740 700 57
89 76 Uralvagonzavod[d] Russia 730 800 40
90 78 SRA International USA 700 760 42
91 98 Esterline Technologies USA 690 640 45
92 MMPP Salyut[d] Russia 690 490 95
S S Thales Australia (Thales, France) Australia 680 630 100
93 72 VSE Corp. USA 680 840 78
94 Embraer Brazil 670 470 12
95 85 Teledyne Technologies USA 670 720 41
96 93 Patria Finland 660 660 88
97 64 Force Protection USA 660 980 100
98 99 AAR Corp. USA 650 610 48
99 100 GenCorp USA 650 610 77
S S MBDA Italia (MBDA, trans-European) Italy 640 610 100
100 82 MTU Aero Engines Germany 640 740 18
S S Raytheon Australia (Raytheon, USA) Australia 640 490 100
Source: SIPRINotes: An S denotes a subsidiary company. A dash (–) indicates that the company did not rank among the SIPRI Top 100 for 2009
Paul Kirk Haeder has been a journalist since 1977. He's covered police, environment, planning and zoning, county and city politics, as well as working in true small town/community journalism situations in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Mexico and beyond. He's been a part-time faculty since 1983, and as such has worked in prisons, gang-influenced programs, universities, colleges, alternative high schools, language schools, as a private contractor-writing instructor for US military in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Washington. A forthcoming book (Dec. 15, 2016), Reimagining Sanity: Voices Beyond the Echo Chamber, looks at 10 years of his writing at Dissident Voice, and before, to bring defiance to the world that is now lobotomizing at a rate never before seen in history. Read his autobiography, weekly chapter installments, at LA Progressive. Read other articles by Paul, or visit Paul's website.