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 "Those who expect to be ignorant and free expect what never was and never will be." - Thomas Jefferson

Kay Griggs' report of world events and the power elite paints a picture that begins to explain the hows and whys of our current global scenario.

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(The below from the Kay Griggs website)

Kay Griggs was a Southern divorcee who rented a room to Marine Corps colonel George Griggs in the late 1980s.  She was impressed by his clipped manner, his education, his good looks.  Two months later she married him.  What she found out about world affairs as George Griggs' wife was astounding.
 
Colonel Griggs was a Marine Corps Chief of Staff, as well as head of NATO's Psychological Operations.  He was also, his wife realized, entirely mind-controlled.  Kay, a self-declared Christian, became privy to the real workings of the United States military, leadership training, drug-running and weapons sales, and the secret worldwide camps that train professional assassins.
 
These interviews with Pastor Rick Strawcutter of Adrian, Michigan were conducted in 1998, before September 11th and the installation of U.S. President George W. Bush. 

Quotes from Kay Griggs:

"They took with them the most perverted aspects of Nazi Germany and brought them over to the United States."

"They get rid of the good guys. The Marine Corps are the assassins for the Mob. The military is run by the Mob. The military IS the Mob."

"He told me what they did. They nurture--they cultivate--the sons of prominent families. They're called "rising stars." They rope them in. Then they "turn" them."

Some more quotes selected and (preliminary) hypertext by gaiaguys:

(Disk 1.) ( 01:38:13)

Griggs: This, ah, group, um, which is, which was run out of Paris. It's still being run out of Paris. This revolutionary terrorist group which is controlling these marines and army, Steiner's group. They all operate together. Um, the, the man who started all this program, um, during Vietnam, um, used communist who were in the Spanish, um, communist movement. They actually promoted communist in the OSS, which was started by this William um, anyway, Donovan. So they were promoting and using communist, who were actually wanting to get rid of our form of government as a stepping stone to world domination. So this group, now, in the army and in the marine corp, has communist at the very top who are really, you know, existentialist which means they, the don't believe in God. They don't believe in Christ. They live for the moment. They believe in sort of one world that has no religions in it. They're the ones that put Napoleon in power. They're the ones that put Oliver Cromwell in power. They're the ones probably who actually got, were, behind the Roman Empire and maybe the Egyptian empire. They put puppet people in power and they actually run it from behind the scenes....

Griggs: (01:41:27) The Bosnia Bizarre. This is the reason we had the war in Bosnia. The war in Bosnia is simply a stage to train, um, assassins, to be a market for brand new weapons, to be a, um, a market place so that the drug money can be used. And the army runs the whole show. It's, it's totally run by the army. The CIA is, is a bogus thing, you know its, its training in doctrine command. It's NATO. Its SHAPE. Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, started by Eisenhower. It's a totally independent corporation. It's main function is to, ah, sell weapons and launder money.... It's all being done by army people who are now Joint. 'Cause the word Joint comes from the group that brought over a lo...and a lot of good people came over, but they came over illegally, um, kind of escaped Nazi Germany and stuff. I don't know that much about it but I do know that the funding organization, one of the funding organizations was out of New York. It was called The Joint. ...You see, our mob, organized crime, the Jewish cabalist group who don't believe in God really, or they do. They look at God as a Cabala kind of thing and the opposite of good is bad and they have to get rid of all the good people and kill them. You know, I mean they really do this. They're killing people who are good on purpose, and they get Brownie points with their little cult. But, um, this funding group in New York, they would pay for passports that were illegal, and they. In fact my grandfather was involved in that. That's how come I know so much about it, because my grandfather was told to keep silent and um, not to tell anybody, but of course he told my grandmother. And my grandmother told me and I've told my childr...Everybody knows they, they brought in probably more that 200 000 Nazi soldiers and SS, and, you know, whako scientists and psychologists and all of them, most of them, had the German disease, you know, because it was their culture.

Strawcutter: The German disease?

Griggs: Yeah. The German disease is, is what the pink triangle boys were. Colonel Ron Ray writes about this. He is a marine colonel who is a Christian who is writing about the cherry marines, the homosexuality in the group sex, orgies and so forth, um, which brought down the German government because Naples which is where all of the Navy is doing their playing. 01:44:44I mean  today in Naples these orgies are going on. It was where KRUPP, the weapons manufacturer used to take the German high command ... and they would have big orchestras, and they'd bring in little boys, little Italian boys, who would be raped. They'd give them trinkets. And of course the mothers gradually found out and just like me, um, it was one thing when there was just one of me. Now there are a lot more of us wives who are talking and telling truth..It took those Ita.. Those Italian women went to newspapers in Italy. They wouldn't listen. When they went to the wives of these guys in Germany it brought it all out. It brought the German government down because they were duplicitous in it. You know um, but what they were doing was pedophilic. They were raping, bringing in little boys. They involved the Catholic priests, you know who were brining in... anyway, so. But what happened was this whole group came over to the United States. And, they, um, it's a, it's an old culture. But it is the reason there are a lot of things going on with children these days. And it explains why it is all being covered up because if you've got police officers who are playing these games and they're going in the woods like to ah, what is this place? They wear, I mean, even Eisenhower played these games....where they all run, they get drunk and they run around nude in the woods and stuff... Bohemian Grove...

(Disk 3)

Well, there's a brotherhood. And ... are part of this brotherhood, and they were going to judge the case for me. And then we get the third guy who was in the house of delegates.... The point that I'm trying to make is that every single one of these men who was judging a battered wife, almost killed, first wife dead. Do something with the husband. Bring up the battering. It's handled. We go into his quiet, secret office. I think I have a lawyer. Given him 1500 dollars. And he's one of these society lawyers. And, um, he doesn't want to mention anything about the abuse for some reason. Ah, and I'm sort of being flimflammed, you know. ...I filed a criminal charge ... battery...My husband is a gross perpetrator...

But, he assigned a wonderful man...There are some good people, probably in the Masons. I don't know. I, but, there are some good people. Um,  but the problem was he can't control it. Now why, if you are a mason, why can't you control battering of of military wives? That's the question I ask myself. Why is it that, that they cannot control a perpetrator who has killed his first wife and I've nearly been murdered?

Strawcutter: Well the answer is hierarchy.

Griggs: Hmm. Right.

 

(Disk 4)

25:30 Strawcutter: Their god is this brotherhood?

Griggs: The brotherhood, and it's very German. It's very, um,

Pastor Strawcutter: Does it have masonic leanings?

Griggs: Oh Absolutely  masonic leanings. In fact the, the ah, Admiral who was the last Admiral who's car my husband bought was very impressed with this Norwegian admiral.  They're all masons now. Not all masons but this brotherhood, Opus Dei,..ah, if they.. , or  the Mob. I mean the one thing I've been able to determine...the marine corp...they're all mob....


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SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

Killing machine derailed

Date: June 2 2006


Oliver Poole in Baghdad

 

IN JANUARY, shortly before the first published reports emerged about US marines methodically gunning down men, women and children in Haditha, The Daily Telegraph spent time at the main camp of the battalion under investigation.

None of the troops wanted to talk, but even a short stay with the men of the 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Division, in their camp at Haditha Dam on the town's outskirts, made clear it was a place where institutional discipline had frayed, and was even approaching breakdown.

Normally, US camps in Iraq are almost suburban, with their coffee shops and polite soldiers who idle away their rest hours playing computer games and discussing girls back home.

Haditha was shockingly different - a feral place where the marines hardly washed.

A number had abandoned their official living quarters to set up separate encampments with signs ordering outsiders to keep out. The dam is one of Iraq's largest hydro-electric power stations. A US special operations unit secured it during the invasion and US troops have been there ever since. Now they are spread across the dozen or so levels where Iraqi engineers once lived. The lifts are smashed, the lighting gloomy.

The day before a soldier had shot himself in the head with his M-16. No one would discuss why.

The washing facilities are at the top of the dam and the main toilets at the base. With 800 steps between them, many soldiers did not bother to use the official facilities. Instead, some soldiers had moved into small encampments around the dam's entrances that resembled something from Lord of the Flies.

In one, a marine was pulling apart planks of wood with his dirt-encrusted hands to feed a fire. A skull and crossbones had been etched on the entrance to the shack. The only soldiers willing to speak at length were those from the small contingent from Azerbaijan tasked with marshalling the band of Iraqi engineers at the dam.

The US troops liked them. "They have looser rules of engagement," one said admiringly in a rare, snatched conversation.

The battalion has undergone three tours in Iraq in 2 years.

More than 30 of its members had died in the last, most of them when the unit led the major attack on Falluja, then the heart of the insurgency.

Now they were in Haditha, one of the most dangerous settlements in Iraq, after only seven months away.

At the dam was one American civilian, an engineer dispatched by the US Government with instructions to keep the machinery operating.

The troops he was quartered with terrified him, so much so he would not let his name be quoted for fear of reprisal.

"Marines are good at killing. Nothing else," he said.

"They like it."

Telegraph, London


SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

Music video starring killer troops rocks marines

Date: June 15 2006


Will Dunham in Washington

 

THE United States Marine Corps has condemned a music video that appears to show a marine strumming a guitar and singing a song about killing Iraqis, accompanied by laughter and cheers from other troops.

The video, Hadji Girl, was posted anonymously on a website and features a man dressed in an olive-coloured T-shirt singing obscenity-laced lyrics describing an encounter with an Iraqi woman and her family.

"We're looking into it," said Lieutenant-Colonel Scott Fazekas, a Marine Corps spokesman at the Pentagon. Asked if the video genuinely showed a marine, Colonel Fazekas said: "I can't tell. In looking at it, it could be anywhere, it could be anybody."

Its existence has come to light as the military investigates the role of marines in the deaths of 24 civilians in the Iraqi city of Haditha in November.

"The Marine Corps has recently been made aware of a video that purports to show a marine singing an insensitive song about Iraqis," Colonel Fazekas said. "The video that was posted anonymously is clearly inappropriate and contrary to the high standards expected of all marines."

The video, posted on the www.youtube.com website in March, has been removed.

At one point, the man sings: "I grabbed her little sister and put her in front of me. As the bullets began to fly, the blood sprayed from between her eyes, and then I laughed maniacally." In the background, laughing, clapping and cheers can be heard.

About 20,000 marines are deployed in Anbar province, one of the most dangerous parts of Iraq, and more than 700 have been killed in the war.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Washington-based civil rights group, urged the military and Congress to investigate who was behind the video.

"It shows what we hope is not a pervasive culture of a lack of sensitivity to the suffering of civilians in Iraq," its spokesman said.

Reuters


"INSENSITIVE"?!?!?!?

"I grabbed her little sister and put her in front of me. As the bullets began to fly, the blood sprayed from between her eyes, and then I laughed maniacally."

Just "INSENSITIVE"?!?!?!?

Is America sick?


SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

Song is a 'joke': Marine
June 15, 2006 - 6:52AM


A Marine Corps corporal sings a song about killing an Iraqi family in a video posted on the internet.


A Marine Corps corporal seen in a video singing about killing members of an Iraqi family says the song was only a joke and not tied in any way to allegations that Marines killed as many as two dozen unarmed civilians in Haditha last year.

"It's a song that I made up and it was nothing more than something supposed to be funny, based off a catchy line of a movie," Cpl Joshua Belile told The Daily News of Jacksonville.

"I apologise for any feelings that may have been hurt in the Muslim community. This song was written in good humour and not aimed at any party, foreign or domestic."

In a four-minute video called Hadji Girl, a singer who appears to be a Marine tells a cheering audience about gunning down members of an Iraqi woman's family after they confront him with automatic weapons.

Maj Shawn Haney, a Marine spokeswoman, said today the Marine Corps was looking into the matter.

"The video, which was posted anonymously, is clearly inappropriate and contrary to the high standards expected of all Marines," she said in a statement.

In an interview with The Daily News, Belile said he wrote Hadji Girl in September while in Iraq.

He said his buddies enjoyed the song and pushed him on stage with his guitar.

Someone taped the performance and posted it on the Internet, but it has since been removed from the Web site where it was initially posted.

The song tells the story of a Marine who falls in love with an Iraqi girl and is taken to meet her family.

The girl's family shoots her and then attacks the Marine, who uses her younger sister as a shield and watches blood spray from her head.

He then sings about blowing the father and brother "to eternity".

"I think it was a joke that is trying to be taken seriously," said Belile, who learned the video was on the Internet after he returned from Iraq in March.

"I think it's a joke, and anybody who tries to take it seriously knows it's a joke. People can't just laugh at it and let it go."

After initially speaking with The Daily News yesterday, Belile later called the newspaper and asked to have his comments replaced with a "no comment".

"I will never perform this song again, and I will remove all video and text in relation to this that I have control of," said Belile, 23, who is assigned to the Marine Light/Attack Helicopter Squadron 167 based at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point.

Neither Belile or officials at Cherry Point and Camp Lejeune, the Corps' major base on the Atlantic coast, immediately returned calls from The Associated Press seeking comment.

Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said that in light of recent allegations of atrocities committed by Marines in Haditha and other towns in Iraq, the video should be investigated by the Pentagon and Congress.

"The inappropriate actions of a few individuals should not be allowed to tarnish the reputation of all American military personnel," said Awad.

He added that "We welcome Cpl Belile's apology."

Belile said the song is a work of fiction not connected to any alleged misconduct.

"This is in no way, shape or form related to the events that happened at Haditha," he said. "The song was written long before the events happened.

The song reflects nobody's viewpoint. It's completely made up. It's completely fictional."

AP


Sydney Morning Herald

Sex harassment cited in refusal to go to Iraq

Date: June 22 2006


Suzanne Goldenberg in Washington

 

A FEMALE US soldier has refused to serve in Iraq, accusing some superiors of using the war zone as a pretext for sexual harassment.

In what is believed to be the first case of a soldier refusing to serve because she feared sexual harassment, Suzanne Swift, 21, said she did not join her unit when it left for a second tour of duty in Iraq because it meant a return to a regime of harassment.

"It was like their goal to get someone to be their girl for their deployment and usually they wanted someone lower ranking so they could have the upper hand or control," Specialist Swift said.

The decision to go public in her charges against three of her superiors is rare in the US military, where veteran advocates say women risk retribution if they complain of harassment. But she joins a growing number of US troops who are refusing service in Iraq. The Pentagon says 4400 soldiers are absent without leave. Soldiers' advocates believe the true number is far higher.

Specialist Swift was arrested at her mother's home in Oregon on June 11, five months after her unit left for Iraq. She was returned to Fort Lewis, Washington, where she could face desertion charges. Her sexual harassment complaints are part of the investigation.

The soldier says the mistreatment began soon after she enlisted at 19, lulled by the assurances of recruiters that she would never find herself in a war zone. Less than a year later, she was on her way to Karbala, in southern Iraq, one of three women in her company.

She said she was propositioned soon after her arrival in Kuwait in February 2004, and the harassment became unrelenting.

Since the eve of the invasion of Iraq in 2003, some 508 women in the military have complained of sexual assault, says the Miles Foundation, an advocacy group.

The Guardian


Sydney Morning Herald

'Soldiers planned killing of Iraqi family'

Date: July 3 2006


Ryan Lenz in Beiji, Iraq

 

INVESTIGATORS believe US soldiers spent nearly a week plotting an attack in which they raped an Iraqi woman, then killed her and her family in an insurgent-ridden area south of Baghdad, a US military official said.

Other US officials said they knew of the deaths but thought the victims had died due to sectarian violence. However, a local police official, Captain Ihsan Abdul-Rahman, said Iraqi officials received a report on March 13 alleging that American soldiers had killed the family in the Khasir Abyad district, about about 30 kilometres south of Baghdad.

The US official said flammable liquid was used to burn the woman's body in an attempt to cover up the attack, which he said appeared "totally premeditated". The soldiers apparently "studied" the family for about a week before carrying it out, he said.

If convicted of premeditated murder, the soldiers could receive a death sentence.

The official said the Sunni family had just moved into a new home in the religiously mixed area. The Americans entered the home, separated three family members from the woman, then raped her and set fire to her body, the official said. The three others were also killed.

The soldiers under investigation are from the same platoon as two troopers kidnapped and killed south of Baghdad this month, another official said.

A senior army official said the alleged incident was first revealed by a soldier during a routine counselling session.

A second soldier said he overheard soldiers conspiring to commit the crimes and then later saw bloodstains on their clothes.

Associated Press


Sydney Morning Herald

Marines 'didn't investigate' Iraq deaths
July 8th, 2006



US Marine officers at every level up to and including the colonel who commanded the regiment failed to investigate conflicting reports of the killing of Iraqi civilians in Haditha last year, CBS News reported.


Despite evidence that initial reports the civilians died in a roadside bomb attack were false, the report said that no Marine officer in the chain of command questioned the original account, CBS reported.

The military said earlier on Friday that Gen. George Casey, the top US military commander in Iraq, had been sent a report on whether there was a cover-up of Marines' involvement in the killings.

2006 Reuters


Sydney Morning Herald

Five troops accused of Iraq rape-murder
July 10, 2006 - 6:30AM



Five US soldiers have been charged in a rape and multiple murder case that has outraged Iraqis.


Documents obtained by Reuters on Sunday showed the rape victim was a minor aged just 14, and not over 20 as US officials say.

Days after former private Steven Green was charged as a civilian in a US court with rape and four murders, four serving soldiers were charged with the same offences, the US military said in statement. It did not name the soldiers.

Another soldier, apparently a sixth member of Green's former unit in the 502nd Infantry Regiment, was charged on Saturday with dereliction of duty for not reporting the crime in March.

All five were charged with conspiring with Green, who is accused by US prosecutors of going with three others to a house near the checkpoint they were manning outside Mahmudiya, near Baghdad, and of killing a couple and their two daughters.

The five could face the death penalty.

Court documents gave the raped daughter's estimated age as 25, though US military officials in Iraq say their documents have her as 20.

An identity card and a copy of her death certificate obtained by Reuters, however, show she was just 14.

Local officials and relatives had said she was 15 or 16.

Abeer Qasim Hamza al-Janabi was born on August 19, 1991 in Baghdad, according to the identity card, provided to Reuters by a relative.

Issued in 1993, it features a photograph of her at 18 months, wide-eyed and with dark hair over her brow.

The copy of her death certificate, dated March 13, gives the same birth date.

She was found at home by a relative on March 12 and had died from "gunshot wounds to the head, with burns", said the document, signed by doctor Wael Habib and a registrar.

The age of consent with parental approval in Iraq is 15, though it is not uncommon for girls to marry younger in rural areas.

Some relatives have said they would not object to exhuming the dead for forensic tests, a religiously sensitive process.

No independent verification of the documents was immediately available.

Abeer's sister Hadeel was aged six when she died of "several gunshot wounds".

The killers tried to burn the bodies and house to cover their tracks, relatives and local officials have said.

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, balancing a dependence on US firepower with a need to show Iraqis he is in charge, has voiced frustration with a mounting number of cases against Americans and wants a review of their immunity from Iraqi law.

Since revelations in March of a US probe into whether Marines killed 24 people at Haditha, Mahmudiya is the fifth case of serious crime being investigated by the military.

In all, 16 troops have been charged with murder in the past month or so - as many as in the previous three years of the conflict.

Officers say generals are cracking down to try to curb harm to civilians that have turned Iraqis against the troops.

One said a report submitted on Friday to the top general in Iraq should see action against Marine commanders who failed to act on evidence troops may have killed civilians at Haditha on November 19.

Green, 21, has since been discharged from the army due to a "personality disorder". The case came to light during stress counselling for a soldier last month following the kidnap and killing of two other men from the same unit near Mahmudiya.

A soldier cited in US court documents as the first witness told investigators Green and three others drank alcohol and discussed rape.

They then told the soldier to keep watch on the radio as they set off for the house, some in civilian clothes.

Two soldiers who said they went to the house accused Green of killing the parents and child before he and the other soldier in the home raped Abeer. Green then shot her too, they said.

A sixth unidentified soldier is mentioned in court papers as discussing the case later with the first witness at their base.

The US military said: "The five soldiers were charged in connection with their alleged participation in the rape and murder of a young Iraqi woman and three members of her family.

2006 Reuters


 

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