What to do with US traitors who wage Wars of Aggression? 1: Truth & Reconciliation. 2: Prosecution.

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A traitor is one with allegiance to the US who wages war against the United States. Lying the American public into war that takes trillions in long-term costs and kills over 5,000 US troops is treason. US political “leaders” who wage illegal and horrific Wars of Aggression, the worst crime a nation can commit, are actively attacking our Constitution and values. Neither political party will prosecute these crimes.

So what do we do?

Offer Truth and Reconciliation.

Truth and Reconciliation (T&R) offers the people who would like to have a “Scrooge conversion” a safe way to do so. T&R exchanges truth and cooperation to name names and recover stolen public assets for no prosecution. It splits the traitors into those committed to evil from those who stand by the values of the Declaration of Independence that all human beings are equally valued and valuable. If we are all equal, brothers and sisters of one Creator as most people hold in their spiritual/religious/philosophical ontologies, then public policy has to be for the public good. Current policy in finance and war is psychopathic: destructive to the public good with a veneer of socially acceptable behavior and charm.

The freedom for criminals to repent and live the short amount of time they have remaining in their physical bodies in peace is an attractive deal for them and us. We receive an end to war, rapidly end poverty, recover trillions of missing public money (hopefully), reclaim our civil rights, open suppressed technologies like free energy (and here), and avoid war from a cornered enemy who fears prosecution for treason. They receive all their remaining years to live in freedom (I would argue that we give them further incentive for reasonable material comfort) and reclaim their connection and love for humanity; thier very soul.

T&R remains open for anyone to come forward and for anyone named to testify under oath. Those who choose to not cooperate and/or lie under oath are subject to full prosecution under the law when the window for T&R closes. Our slogan can be: Truth or Prosecute, Baby!

Below are two 10-minute videos. The first documents revealing and stunning testimony of our political "leaders" of both parties in desperate spin mode to avoid the obvious conclusion their acts were illegal. The second is the Senate Judiciary Committee Chair, Patrick Leahy, discussing a Truth Commission to reveal all truth, and then prosecution for those who refuse to cooperate or perjure in their Truth Committee testimony. Note that this has so far been empty rhetoric; unfulfilled hope for change.

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Yes to Truth and Reconciliation- it worked in S Africa & others

I agree, this is workable, and probably the most workable solution. The criminal 'elite' class that profits from the insurance-financial-military-industrial empire, that is served by the Republocrats and corporate media, that brought us and are covering up 9/11, torture, warrantless spying and the lies that got us into 2 wars and a global economic meltdown is not sustainable, any more than Madoff's Ponzi scheme was. The ideals, opportunity and creativity that made this nation great, admired and respected are not reflected in their 'investments'. These people are contributing nothing of real value- the most valuable thing they have is knowledge of what's really going on, how the system really works, and if it all crashes and burns, like Madoff's scheme did, they won't be worth anything at all

-any shills lurking here, you should pass on the idea to your masters; take steps now towards a Truth and Reconciliation while you still can.

The 'elites' may think they've finally figured out how to tame the sleeping giant that is the People, but it was only a little more than 200 years ago we threw out the British Empire, and much more recently Ghandi and his followers were able to do it non-violently.

Technology continues to evolve at an exponentially accelerating rate, leveling the playing field between the wealthy, powerful and corrupt investor class, and the billions of human beings who are willing to be good and live honestly.

And what's more- not all wealthy people are evil; even the so-called 'elites' have battles in their class over policy, and once they see the writing on the wall, more will start to move to a sustainable and healthy socio-economic political order

Kucinich was the first proponent of a truth and reconciliation commission that i've heard of, and he advocated for it early on.


As far as I can tell, there will be no T&R

There were a couple of big discussion about this on 911blogger. I was strongly for T&R, because I know how thoroughly the US government is corrupted, and thus not given to any sort of self-correction.

Unfortunately, even a T&R appears to have been too good to be true. I've heard nothing about it, lately, and assume it is dead.

The second video in your link refers to Obama's first press conference as President. I didn't listen closely beyond that point....

Do you have any info on Leahy or Conyer's current position on a T&R? I frankly don't trust Conyers (Ray McGovern outed him as hypocritical on impeachment), but I assume Leahy was sincere, only giving up because he couldn't get political support. However, I'm not sure.