[Marxism] Army finally admits coverup of Nazi treatment of US soldiers as slaves

Tom Cod tcod at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 24 11:22:47 MST 2008

Gee, perhaps the general public is more naive and less complacent and actually believes
that soldiers have rights, that we live in a democratic society and
that intentionally and recklessly exposing soldiers to radiation 
is something the brass and the government should be held accountable
for.  For example, thousands of soldiers observed atmospheric tests
in the late 40s and were told simply to wear sunglasses or avert their 
eyes.  Moreover, at the Hanford nuclear facility in WA there were hundreds
leaks of radiation and the atmosphere in the 40s-50s over many years worthy of Chernobyl.
Dog Bites Man could be a comment for any of the depredations of class society.
After all, its been going on for millenia, "so what else is new?"

> Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2008 16:14:06 -0500
> From: markalause at gmail.com
> Subject: Re: [Marxism] Army finally admits coverup of Nazi treatment of US	soldiers as slaves
> To: tcod at hotmail.com
> I'm afraid I just don't understand the special intentionality implied
> in this on behalf of the U.S. Army.  All sorts of terrible things
> happened to groups of prisoners taken all the time.  And--setting
> aside the rhetoric and the dangers of bad public relations--all
> military organizations around founded on the expendability of the
> soldier from the first day of training to their premature demise owing
> to having been secretly exposed to radiation.  What this story seems
> to be saying is that the U.S. Army behaved exactly the way it might be
> expected, right?  Dog bites man?

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