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Here's one of those hidden images I mentioned in my last posting.  Did you learn this in history?  Have you ever heard it before?
 
Over two times as many people were killed by their own government in the twentieth century than by war!  
 
In other words, these people were victims of their own military and therefore there is more than twice the chance you will be killed by your own military than an enemies military.  Yet there seems to be an irrational fear of an external enemy being promoted to the practical exclusion of fear from one's own government.  Has no one taken the time to do the math?  Are these numbers hidden in plain sight?
 
While our attention today is directed to external enemies, foreign nations who 'might' someday threaten us, we are now, in reality, subjects of real criminal activity here at home, having our pockets picked by the Federal Reserve in cahoots with our own Treasury to the point of having the House committee subpoenas Federal Reserve.  Along with the government taking over General Motors, and a cap and trade law in the works that Charles Homans of Washington Monthly says, "If it passes, it will mark the beginning of the most dramatic transformation of the domestic policy landscape since the passage of Social Security."
 
Consider the numbers produced by those who turn against and kill their own people:
".......both World Wars cost twenty-four million battle deaths. But from 1918 to 1953, the Soviet government executed, slaughtered, starved, beat or tortured to death, or otherwise killed 39,500,000 of its own people (my best estimate among figures ranging from a minimum of twenty million killed by Stalin to a total over the whole communist period of eighty-three million). For China under Mao Tse-tung, the communist government eliminated, as an average figure between estimates, 45,000,000 Chinese. The number killed for just these two nations is about 84,500,000 human beings, or a lethality of 252 percent more than both World Wars together." http://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/WSJ.ART.HTM
 
Deaths in War in the twentieth centuryhttp://users.erols.com/mwhite28/warstat1.htm
(War is defined liberally here and includes civilians.  And in some cases include death by one's own governments in the process.)
 
First World War (1914-18): 15 000 000
Russian Civil War (1917-22): 9 000 000
Second World War (1937-45): 55 000 000
Chinese Civil War (1945-49): 2 500 000
Congo Free State (1886-1908): 8 000 000
Mexican Revolution (1910-20): 1 000 000
Armenian Massacres (1915-23): 1 500 000
China, Warlord Era (1917-28): 800 000
China, Nationalist Era (1928-37): 3 100 000
Korean War (1950-53): 2 800 000
Second Indochina War (1960-75): 3 500 000
Ethiopia (1962-92): 1 400 000
Nigeria (1966-70): 1 000 000
Afghanistan (1979-2001): 1 800 000
Iran-Iraq War (1980-88): 1 000 000
Sudan (1983 et seq.): 1 900 000
Kinshasa Congo (1998 et seq.): 3 800 000
 
 
Deaths by one's own government http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democide
Cambodia 1975–1979 2,035,000
China (KMT) 1928–1949 10,075,000
China (PRC) 1949–1987 77,277,000
China (Mao Soviets) 1923–1949 3,465,000
Colonialism 1900–Independence 50,000,000
Congo Free State 1885–1908 est C20th 3,480,000
total of 10,000,000
Germany 1933–1945 20,946,000
Japan 1936–1945 5,964,000
Pakistan 1958–1987 1,503,000
Poland 1945–1948 1,585,000
Mexico 1900–1920 1,417,000
North Korea 1948–1987 1,563,000
Russia 1900–1917 1,066,000
Turkey 1909–1918 1,883,000
Vietnam 1945–1987 1,670,000
Yugoslavia (Tito) 1944–1987 1,072,000
U.S.S.R. 1917–1987 61,911,000
 
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Jay Mock
248 Flume Creek
Sandpoint, Idaho 83864
208.263.1270

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