NOTHING NEW HERE – IT’S WAR!

Hey folks, regarding what’s happening in Afghanistan – there is nothing new here! It’s an insurgent war, involving a semi-organized government, where corruption, graft, and theft rule, and has ruled for more than a thousand years. We had the same thing in Korea during the Korean War, certainly throughout the Vietnam War, and everywhere else the United States military has stepped in to try and reduce the threat to the West, especially to us or our allies, and tried to aide or assist in the creation of a new and democratic form of government.

In our efforts to push a strong effort at Nation-building we usually fail, not for lack of trying but because we are usually running up against hundreds of years of opposite thought. Recently, for some reason (probably the media), the American public has suddenly taken an interest in what’s happening right this moment in Afghanistan. Why? Because recently some GIs accidentally burned some Korans that had been defiled by Afghani prisoners, which is exactly how defiled Korans are dealt with in the first place, with fire, and because of the unfortunate incident involving an Army Staff Sergeant who went on a drunken rampage and killed numerous innocent civilians in a village outside the gate where he lived.

As I said however, this isn’t anything new. Six U.S. service members were killed by their Afghan counterparts since the burning of those Korans, two at a U.S. and Afghan base in Nangarhar, two at a joint base in Kandahar, and two within a high-security Ministry of the Interior compound somewhere in Kabul. There were also eight U.S. soldiers and a U.S. Contractor killed by an Afghan Air Force pilot in Kabul following an argument. In fact, estimates on how many U.S. and allied troops who have been killed by Afghan soldiers and police are actually unknown, at least to us the general public.

Over the past few years we do know that multiple dozens of American and European soldiers have been shot or blown up by members of the regime’s security forces and a lot more have been wounded. NATO says at least 58 Allied soldiers have been killed by their Afghan partners since only May of 2007 and does not include the recent incidents. Other estimates put that number much higher. Pentagon data suggests that in just five years more than 75 coalition personnel have been killed by Afghan security forces and over 110 have been wounded – these are U.S. Soldiers, fathers, and husbands too.

During the Vietnam War, there were many isolated atrocities committed by American soldiers. This produced a flood of outrage from anti-war critics and the U.S. news media. Americans who deliberately killed civilians received court martials and harsh prison sentences. On the other hand, Communist atrocities exercised on the innocent civilian population were so common they received little or no attention throughout the war, especially from our media. The United States went out of its way to minimize or prevent the attacks on civilians while the Communists received medals for them. According to historical statistics, from 1957 to 1973, the National Liberation Front assassinated 36,725 South Vietnamese and abducted another 58,499. The death squads focused on leaders at the village level and on anyone who improved the lives of the peasants such as medical personnel, social workers, and schoolteachers. We of course had our PHONIX group, but they targeted known enemy sympathizers and traitors.

The fact of the matter is that there are no wars that have no atrocities. By its very nature, war is nasty, brutal, and unfair, and innocent people die in large numbers, they’re called collateral damage. Probably for political or historical reasons, there are seldom accurate figures about this, at least none that I could find, at least for innocent civilian deaths at the hands of the U.S. Military, but you can bet given the destructive level of our technology, it was probably very high.

What is not new when involved in an insurgency is seeing and knowing who the enemy is, it’s impossible! There are friendly allies, guys we work with every day, who report directly to the enemy; usually we call them spies. There are some who live their lives as our friends, and when we turn our backs, they stick a knife in us. And, there are some who by day aid and assist us, but by night plant bombs to blow the legs and arms off our young men and women.

From the get go, the U.S. Military’s mission, going all the way back to the beginning of our involvement in Afghanistan, is to deal with it. We go into the situation of war from the very beginning with a expectancy and a understanding that we must weather through these ambushes, assaults, threats, and murders of our kids in order to bring civil order and the rule of law to areas of the world that in some cases neither want our help, nor have any desire to change. It’s always been part of the mission. It’s what we in the military are expected to deal with, to tolerate, that’s what we do. Our young men and woman today do this very well, and I’m so very proud of them, they serve our cause with honor and distinction.

What is a terrible aggravation to me in this moment in time, is how the media seems to completely ignore or forget this small tidbit of reality, choosing instead to focus on the unfairness of it and the severity of the impact on our relationship with Afghanistan; how they treat this as suddenly a new or different thing, it’s suddenly a new issue that has appeared. And because of this belief, fickle Americans begin to raise their head and suddenly take notice, and the rolling clouds of despair and dissent begin to form on the horizon – it suddenly becomes a good enough reason to get out of Afghanistan, to abandon the work done to date.

Like Vietnam, I can see now how this war is already beginning to re-shape itself, formulate into another war ‘Lost’ by those who have been fighting it. By the end of the year, the war in Afghanistan will no longer be that favored war we started over ten years ago to eradicate the terrorists behind the World Trade Center disaster, all will have forgotten their quest for revenge and immediate feedback. We will have mysteriously lost our reason for being there, and our politicians will be jockeying for appropriate positions of denial in that regard.

Please, do not mistake where I’m coming from. I personally never saw the need to go to war in Afghanistan, nor did I see a reason to politicize our entire counter terrorism effort. In my opinion we were doing just fine clandestinely. Yes, mistakes had been made, but we made efforts in that regard to fix them. But launching a war in an area of the world where nothing has changed since the year 1,000 just didn’t seem like a smart thing to me. But, decisions were made by the Commander in Chief and agreed upon by our Congress as professed and backed by the American public and we went in to do the job we decided needed to be done. As a soldier I can tell you, now is not the time to be deciding the original reasons for being there are no longer existent.

As to the deranged and drunken Staff Sergeant who allegedly killed the innocent civilians – that is an entirely separate matter and should be treated as such. My understanding from what has been told is he was recovering from multiple diagnosed Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs), severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and was also known by those around him at least, to be self-medicating with alcohol. My immediate question would be; “What in the hell was he doing in Afghanistan?” The policy as I understand it is that he should be in treatment somewhere, anywhere except there. What in God’s name was he doing in a war zone, serving a fourth tour in combat?

In my opinion, his immediate supervisor (Platoon Sergeant) and his Commanding Officer (Platoon Commander) should have ensured that he was in treatment if not fit for duty. They and whoever, officially or unofficially, encouraged his assignment are just as accountable as he is for his actions, and they too should be prosecuted.

Unfortunately, this is not the way I believe everything will turn out. Our young men and women who are and have served honorably and who have lived with the stress of immediate death as part of the job will also bear the brunt of what’s occurred here. The military upper crust and politicians will turn this into a call for immediate withdrawal and they will try to speed up the calendar of expected events, and once again, our soldiers, sailors, and airmen will be painted as failures for not holding up their end of the bargain. This is far from the truth of it.

And as for us proud and independent thinking Americans? We’ll, once again we will all just go along with it.

Joseph W. McMoneagle, CW2, USA Ret., CStS

11 comments to NOTHING NEW HERE – IT’S WAR!

  • Germain Austin

    Hi Joseph,

    I am wondering what your thoughts are on Major Ed Dames and his remote viewing on what he calls, The Killshot. If you think that this is true when do you think it would happen?

  • Anonymous_Reader

    on your page for your book the ultimate time machine
    http://www.mceagle.com/remote-viewing/pub/ultimate/
    you put the telephone number of the publisher (hamptons roads publishing), but that number doesn’t work anymore (i originally tried it to order your book)
    it turns out they’re now part of red wheel/weiser, who are based in massachusetts.
    they have your books listed on this page
    http://redwheelweiser.com/author.html?au=1257

  • Dear Mr. McMoneagle,
    I am writing behalf of a show on WFMU. They are looking for an expert on remote viewing to be interviewed and we would be honored to have you on our show. If you are interested, please reply to the email address I have provided.
    Warm Regards,
    Nicole

  • gary

    I am a vietnam vet, have ptsd {so they tell me}, it’s beyond repair. Our government is out of control. I worked at SAC hdqtrs and was aware of our people in places where the government denied we were. My military records have been altered, it will never be the same, atleast i will be dead before the..you know what hits the fan.

  • Mr. McMoneagle hope you are well, have not seen an update on this blog in quite a while. I have a couple of your books (“Remote Viewing Secrets” and “Mind Trek”) and have to say they made a huge difference in my life. I hope your books are released in Kindle versions soon! Regards, Steve R.

  • AQALmarine

    Joe.. what do you think of the Baltic Anomaly? Could this be the “real” Ultimate Time Machine? I wish you and Robert Monroe could check it out..alas he is gone… I am worried about the team who found it. They are being watched by something…or someone.. If you have some interest please let me know and I will send you Peter Lindberg’s private email. Thank you for your work. V.

  • Joe,

    I met you as part of the Gateway program at the TMI in the summer of 2010. CAN YOU PLEASE ADD RSS TO THIS WEBSITE.

  • Joe, I met you as part of the Gateway group at TMI in the summer of 2010. Can you please add RSS to this website so people can follow all of it on a daily basis without having to bring it up separately? I keep my home page as an RSS reader to follow a score of different sites of many different characters and would really want to add this one. I run a WordPress site for my publisher, http://www.boryanabooks.com and had no trouble adding a WordPress plugin to add an RSS feed at the top. My own site, http://www.shaggyman.com, is in Joomla, but I added RSS to that also for those interested in following my stuff.

    Best regards, Leslie Evans

  • Robert E Bowles (Bob)

    Well said.
    Thank you for all the work you have done for our country and the human race.
    Old Vet.
    Bob

  • john robert rohlfs

    Hello, Retired army officer Joesph McMoneagle , i am a fan of CIA stargate mission usa troops.I read the retired usa CIA army officers book Physic warroir, and found alot of truth in his account of the stargate missions.I contacted the FBI and CIA after i had used time travel techniquie to bring a measured amount of rain to 18,500 acres of Waldo Canyon burning forest area on june 28th 2012AD and have been trying to contact you,David Morehouse a,Major Ed Dames, and Levy cia troops that worked with David More house during the 1990’s because of the advances i have brought to your science.Thank you so much for your service,and the FBI and CIA over the years.You helped save lives during the horrible forest fires that plagued the Colorado forest of 18,500 acres, what i estimated to be about 20 square miles.Please note Steve Moraco 5 day time lapse vedio frame 1520 where i made the dew points i formed drop on target of smoke and fires from using CIA like time travel,using mental images projected into atmosphere to cool off area and bring a controled ,and guided rain system then reported to FBI and CIA the very next day.It will be easy to remote view me building up the atmosphere using images,thanks agian for your service for really you and CIA retired officer did much work that helped,ie. using FORT MEADE knowledge and teachings by USA CIA offiecrs.Sincerly john r. rohlfs, please feel free to email me, i hope to stop hurricanes and tornados, i have stopped one hail storm, and calmed the wind one time using astral projections.Please remote view my science, and pass the word on that the remote viewing science works very well and also i can feel objects in televisons,over the phone .

  • john robert rohlfs

    Hello, Retired USA ARMY OFFICER Joseph McMoneagle ,my is john robert rohlfs email is johnrohlfs776@yahoo.com please email me so i can help stop bad weather. From June 23rd to june 28th before i used images to cool off Waldo Canyon 18,500 acres with rain measured off by me using CIA like time travel read david Morehouse book in 1990’s, i pieced together science to help CIA and retired CIA troops discover how to change the weather,becasue nobody could change the HOT june temptures until i stepped in on behalf of the victims.Please remote view me building the Waldo Canyon rain that i reported how i built after i built the rain needed to help the fire fighters and victims of forest fires that were spreading june 28th 2012AD before i built the clouds to hold until i was ready to have the rain drop onto 18,500 acres of divistated forest ,homes and fire fighters who needed a cooling off and rain to help win back thier land and homes.No one guided the clouds up until “I” held the clouds up in place to generate rain for the 18,500 acres on fire, i could not watch any more divestation of peoples land and homes.I brought the rain and guided the rain system on june 28th 2012AD up until that time people prayed and cried out in mercy to be saved, but only police and fire fighters could help, and were nearly over whelmed by the continued spreading of forest fires.Please remote view how i built the 18,500 acres of rain i built,not one person can come forward to confirm how they think they personally built the rain needed to help so many acres of homes and forest and people, please watch Steve Moraco 5 day time lapse waldo canyon vedio frame 1520 , it does’nt show though how i guided the rain later and watched the level of rain and Fountain creek water level, then stopped the rain making do to safety issues, i like to help people and i am not a terrorist! Please email me at johnrohlfs776@yahoo.com after you have personally remote view me building the Waldo Canyon rain and reported the very next day in memory of CIA stargate mission team, thanks again to CIA remote viewing team,Levy and the ladies of the staragte team,McMoneagle,Major Ed Dames and David Morehouse and Fort Meade,colorado springs police,colorado highway patrol,firefighters,Fort Carson.Blessings to you.

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