Education about Drunk Driving could save more Lives than War on Terror

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : The United States have experienced a steady deterioration of civil liberties and rights since it launched the so-called war on terror in 2001. The number of death due to alcohol-related impairment of driving abilities, however, exceeds terrorism-related death by orders of magnitude. 

New York 9/11Subsequent to the still unsolved terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States has launched its so-called global war on terrorism or GWAT as the Director of the Canada-based Centre for Research on Globalisation, Professor Michel Chossudovsky abbreviates it.

Implementing the GWAT in the USA has significantly infringed on citizens rights and liberties. To mention but a few examples of oppressive and arguably unconstitutional legislation – the so-called PATRIOT Act, The National Defense Authorization Act. Add to that, the self-assumed Presidential authority to issue daily “kill lists” and the marked increase in surveillance of citizens.

Acts of terrorism inside the USA have claimed a total of 3,380 lives between 2001 and 2013. These include the attacks on September 11, 2001 (9/11), the so-called Anthrax Attacks in November 2001, the El-Al Counter Shooting in July 2002, the Beltway Sniper Attack in October 2002, the Knoxville Church Shooting in July 2008, Police officers killed in Pittsburgh in April 2009, the attack against the Tiller Abortion Clinic in Kansas in May 2009, the Holocaust Museum Shooting in June 2009, the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, the plane crash into the Austin IRS building in February 2010, the Fort Stewart Army Base killing in December 2011, the Sikh Temple Shooting in Wisconsin in August 2012, the St. Johns Parish Police Ambush in St. Louisiana in August 2012, the Boston Marathon Bombing in April 2013, the LAX Shooting in California in November 2013.

The majority of these incidents which have been registered as acts of domestic terrorism would be better classified as gun-related violence. Among them are incidents that raise serious questions such as the veracity of official information about the Sandy Hook Shooting.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Among those that can actually be classified as acts of terrorism are the attacks on September 11, the Anthrax Attacks, and the Boston Marathon Bombing. In all of these incidents there remain, at the very least, serious unanswered questions about the involvement of U.S. government agencies, government officials, as well as government-related rogue networks.

Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities have in 2013 alone accounted for 10,076 deaths or 30.8 percent of all driving facilities. Considering this figure as reasonably constant, the number of fatalities between 2001 and 2013 can be estimated to exceed 100,000. Maybe the next measure a semi-totalitarian US government could propose would be to install cameras in motor-vehicles and homes to wage a war on alcohol-related death.

A war on drunk driving – a WODD insted of a GWAT, the “American Way”. Or maybe dropping the hysteria about domestic terrorism and investing in public education about alcohol-related risks and restoring constitutional rights and government would be wiser – but then again, we are speaking about Washington D.C….

CH/L – nsnbc 02.01.2012

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Education about Drunk Driving could save more Lives than War on Terror

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : The United States have experienced a steady deterioration of civil liberties and rights since it launched the so-called war on terror in 2001. The number of death due to alcohol-related impairment of driving abilities, however, exceeds terrorism-related death by orders of magnitude. 

New York 9/11Subsequent to the still unsolved terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States has launched its so-called global war on terrorism or GWAT as the Director of the Canada-based Centre for Research on Globalisation, Professor Michel Chossudovsky abbreviates it.

Implementing the GWAT in the USA has significantly infringed on citizens rights and liberties. To mention but a few examples of oppressive and arguably unconstitutional legislation – the so-called PATRIOT Act, The National Defense Authorization Act. Add to that, the self-assumed Presidential authority to issue daily “kill lists” and the marked increase in surveillance of citizens.

Acts of terrorism inside the USA have claimed a total of 3,380 lives between 2001 and 2013. These include the attacks on September 11, 2001 (9/11), the so-called Anthrax Attacks in November 2001, the El-Al Counter Shooting in July 2002, the Beltway Sniper Attack in October 2002, the Knoxville Church Shooting in July 2008, Police officers killed in Pittsburgh in April 2009, the attack against the Tiller Abortion Clinic in Kansas in May 2009, the Holocaust Museum Shooting in June 2009, the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, the plane crash into the Austin IRS building in February 2010, the Fort Stewart Army Base killing in December 2011, the Sikh Temple Shooting in Wisconsin in August 2012, the St. Johns Parish Police Ambush in St. Louisiana in August 2012, the Boston Marathon Bombing in April 2013, the LAX Shooting in California in November 2013.

The majority of these incidents which have been registered as acts of domestic terrorism would be better classified as gun-related violence. Among them are incidents that raise serious questions such as the veracity of official information about the Sandy Hook Shooting.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Among those that can actually be classified as acts of terrorism are the attacks on September 11, the Anthrax Attacks, and the Boston Marathon Bombing. In all of these incidents there remain, at the very least, serious unanswered questions about the involvement of U.S. government agencies, government officials, as well as government-related rogue networks.

Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities have in 2013 alone accounted for 10,076 deaths or 30.8 percent of all driving facilities. Considering this figure as reasonably constant, the number of fatalities between 2001 and 2013 can be estimated to exceed 100,000. Maybe the next measure a semi-totalitarian US government could propose would be to install cameras in motor-vehicles and homes to wage a war on alcohol-related death.

A war on drunk driving – a WODD insted of a GWAT, the “American Way”. Or maybe dropping the hysteria about domestic terrorism and investing in public education about alcohol-related risks and restoring constitutional rights and government would be wiser – but then again, we are speaking about Washington D.C….

CH/L – nsnbc 02.01.2012

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Education about Drunk Driving could save more Lives than War on Terror

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : The United States have experienced a steady deterioration of civil liberties and rights since it launched the so-called war on terror in 2001. The number of death due to alcohol-related impairment of driving abilities, however, exceeds terrorism-related death by orders of magnitude. 

New York 9/11Subsequent to the still unsolved terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States has launched its so-called global war on terrorism or GWAT as the Director of the Canada-based Centre for Research on Globalisation, Professor Michel Chossudovsky abbreviates it.

Implementing the GWAT in the USA has significantly infringed on citizens rights and liberties. To mention but a few examples of oppressive and arguably unconstitutional legislation – the so-called PATRIOT Act, The National Defense Authorization Act. Add to that, the self-assumed Presidential authority to issue daily “kill lists” and the marked increase in surveillance of citizens.

Acts of terrorism inside the USA have claimed a total of 3,380 lives between 2001 and 2013. These include the attacks on September 11, 2001 (9/11), the so-called Anthrax Attacks in November 2001, the El-Al Counter Shooting in July 2002, the Beltway Sniper Attack in October 2002, the Knoxville Church Shooting in July 2008, Police officers killed in Pittsburgh in April 2009, the attack against the Tiller Abortion Clinic in Kansas in May 2009, the Holocaust Museum Shooting in June 2009, the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, the plane crash into the Austin IRS building in February 2010, the Fort Stewart Army Base killing in December 2011, the Sikh Temple Shooting in Wisconsin in August 2012, the St. Johns Parish Police Ambush in St. Louisiana in August 2012, the Boston Marathon Bombing in April 2013, the LAX Shooting in California in November 2013.

The majority of these incidents which have been registered as acts of domestic terrorism would be better classified as gun-related violence. Among them are incidents that raise serious questions such as the veracity of official information about the Sandy Hook Shooting.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Among those that can actually be classified as acts of terrorism are the attacks on September 11, the Anthrax Attacks, and the Boston Marathon Bombing. In all of these incidents there remain, at the very least, serious unanswered questions about the involvement of U.S. government agencies, government officials, as well as government-related rogue networks.

Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities have in 2013 alone accounted for 10,076 deaths or 30.8 percent of all driving facilities. Considering this figure as reasonably constant, the number of fatalities between 2001 and 2013 can be estimated to exceed 100,000. Maybe the next measure a semi-totalitarian US government could propose would be to install cameras in motor-vehicles and homes to wage a war on alcohol-related death.

A war on drunk driving – a WODD insted of a GWAT, the “American Way”. Or maybe dropping the hysteria about domestic terrorism and investing in public education about alcohol-related risks and restoring constitutional rights and government would be wiser – but then again, we are speaking about Washington D.C….

CH/L – nsnbc 02.01.2012

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Education about Drunk Driving could save more Lives than War on Terror

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : The United States have experienced a steady deterioration of civil liberties and rights since it launched the so-called war on terror in 2001. The number of death due to alcohol-related impairment of driving abilities, however, exceeds terrorism-related death by orders of magnitude. 

New York 9/11Subsequent to the still unsolved terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States has launched its so-called global war on terrorism or GWAT as the Director of the Canada-based Centre for Research on Globalisation, Professor Michel Chossudovsky abbreviates it.

Implementing the GWAT in the USA has significantly infringed on citizens rights and liberties. To mention but a few examples of oppressive and arguably unconstitutional legislation – the so-called PATRIOT Act, The National Defense Authorization Act. Add to that, the self-assumed Presidential authority to issue daily “kill lists” and the marked increase in surveillance of citizens.

Acts of terrorism inside the USA have claimed a total of 3,380 lives between 2001 and 2013. These include the attacks on September 11, 2001 (9/11), the so-called Anthrax Attacks in November 2001, the El-Al Counter Shooting in July 2002, the Beltway Sniper Attack in October 2002, the Knoxville Church Shooting in July 2008, Police officers killed in Pittsburgh in April 2009, the attack against the Tiller Abortion Clinic in Kansas in May 2009, the Holocaust Museum Shooting in June 2009, the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, the plane crash into the Austin IRS building in February 2010, the Fort Stewart Army Base killing in December 2011, the Sikh Temple Shooting in Wisconsin in August 2012, the St. Johns Parish Police Ambush in St. Louisiana in August 2012, the Boston Marathon Bombing in April 2013, the LAX Shooting in California in November 2013.

The majority of these incidents which have been registered as acts of domestic terrorism would be better classified as gun-related violence. Among them are incidents that raise serious questions such as the veracity of official information about the Sandy Hook Shooting.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Among those that can actually be classified as acts of terrorism are the attacks on September 11, the Anthrax Attacks, and the Boston Marathon Bombing. In all of these incidents there remain, at the very least, serious unanswered questions about the involvement of U.S. government agencies, government officials, as well as government-related rogue networks.

Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities have in 2013 alone accounted for 10,076 deaths or 30.8 percent of all driving facilities. Considering this figure as reasonably constant, the number of fatalities between 2001 and 2013 can be estimated to exceed 100,000. Maybe the next measure a semi-totalitarian US government could propose would be to install cameras in motor-vehicles and homes to wage a war on alcohol-related death.

A war on drunk driving – a WODD insted of a GWAT, the “American Way”. Or maybe dropping the hysteria about domestic terrorism and investing in public education about alcohol-related risks and restoring constitutional rights and government would be wiser – but then again, we are speaking about Washington D.C….

CH/L – nsnbc 02.01.2012

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Education about Drunk Driving could save more Lives than War on Terror

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : The United States have experienced a steady deterioration of civil liberties and rights since it launched the so-called war on terror in 2001. The number of death due to alcohol-related impairment of driving abilities, however, exceeds terrorism-related death by orders of magnitude. 

New York 9/11Subsequent to the still unsolved terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States has launched its so-called global war on terrorism or GWAT as the Director of the Canada-based Centre for Research on Globalisation, Professor Michel Chossudovsky abbreviates it.

Implementing the GWAT in the USA has significantly infringed on citizens rights and liberties. To mention but a few examples of oppressive and arguably unconstitutional legislation – the so-called PATRIOT Act, The National Defense Authorization Act. Add to that, the self-assumed Presidential authority to issue daily “kill lists” and the marked increase in surveillance of citizens.

Acts of terrorism inside the USA have claimed a total of 3,380 lives between 2001 and 2013. These include the attacks on September 11, 2001 (9/11), the so-called Anthrax Attacks in November 2001, the El-Al Counter Shooting in July 2002, the Beltway Sniper Attack in October 2002, the Knoxville Church Shooting in July 2008, Police officers killed in Pittsburgh in April 2009, the attack against the Tiller Abortion Clinic in Kansas in May 2009, the Holocaust Museum Shooting in June 2009, the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, the plane crash into the Austin IRS building in February 2010, the Fort Stewart Army Base killing in December 2011, the Sikh Temple Shooting in Wisconsin in August 2012, the St. Johns Parish Police Ambush in St. Louisiana in August 2012, the Boston Marathon Bombing in April 2013, the LAX Shooting in California in November 2013.

The majority of these incidents which have been registered as acts of domestic terrorism would be better classified as gun-related violence. Among them are incidents that raise serious questions such as the veracity of official information about the Sandy Hook Shooting.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Among those that can actually be classified as acts of terrorism are the attacks on September 11, the Anthrax Attacks, and the Boston Marathon Bombing. In all of these incidents there remain, at the very least, serious unanswered questions about the involvement of U.S. government agencies, government officials, as well as government-related rogue networks.

Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities have in 2013 alone accounted for 10,076 deaths or 30.8 percent of all driving facilities. Considering this figure as reasonably constant, the number of fatalities between 2001 and 2013 can be estimated to exceed 100,000. Maybe the next measure a semi-totalitarian US government could propose would be to install cameras in motor-vehicles and homes to wage a war on alcohol-related death.

A war on drunk driving – a WODD insted of a GWAT, the “American Way”. Or maybe dropping the hysteria about domestic terrorism and investing in public education about alcohol-related risks and restoring constitutional rights and government would be wiser – but then again, we are speaking about Washington D.C….

CH/L – nsnbc 02.01.2012

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Education about Drunk Driving could save more Lives than War on Terror

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : The United States have experienced a steady deterioration of civil liberties and rights since it launched the so-called war on terror in 2001. The number of death due to alcohol-related impairment of driving abilities, however, exceeds terrorism-related death by orders of magnitude. 

New York 9/11Subsequent to the still unsolved terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States has launched its so-called global war on terrorism or GWAT as the Director of the Canada-based Centre for Research on Globalisation, Professor Michel Chossudovsky abbreviates it.

Implementing the GWAT in the USA has significantly infringed on citizens rights and liberties. To mention but a few examples of oppressive and arguably unconstitutional legislation – the so-called PATRIOT Act, The National Defense Authorization Act. Add to that, the self-assumed Presidential authority to issue daily “kill lists” and the marked increase in surveillance of citizens.

Acts of terrorism inside the USA have claimed a total of 3,380 lives between 2001 and 2013. These include the attacks on September 11, 2001 (9/11), the so-called Anthrax Attacks in November 2001, the El-Al Counter Shooting in July 2002, the Beltway Sniper Attack in October 2002, the Knoxville Church Shooting in July 2008, Police officers killed in Pittsburgh in April 2009, the attack against the Tiller Abortion Clinic in Kansas in May 2009, the Holocaust Museum Shooting in June 2009, the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, the plane crash into the Austin IRS building in February 2010, the Fort Stewart Army Base killing in December 2011, the Sikh Temple Shooting in Wisconsin in August 2012, the St. Johns Parish Police Ambush in St. Louisiana in August 2012, the Boston Marathon Bombing in April 2013, the LAX Shooting in California in November 2013.

The majority of these incidents which have been registered as acts of domestic terrorism would be better classified as gun-related violence. Among them are incidents that raise serious questions such as the veracity of official information about the Sandy Hook Shooting.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Among those that can actually be classified as acts of terrorism are the attacks on September 11, the Anthrax Attacks, and the Boston Marathon Bombing. In all of these incidents there remain, at the very least, serious unanswered questions about the involvement of U.S. government agencies, government officials, as well as government-related rogue networks.

Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities have in 2013 alone accounted for 10,076 deaths or 30.8 percent of all driving facilities. Considering this figure as reasonably constant, the number of fatalities between 2001 and 2013 can be estimated to exceed 100,000. Maybe the next measure a semi-totalitarian US government could propose would be to install cameras in motor-vehicles and homes to wage a war on alcohol-related death.

A war on drunk driving – a WODD insted of a GWAT, the “American Way”. Or maybe dropping the hysteria about domestic terrorism and investing in public education about alcohol-related risks and restoring constitutional rights and government would be wiser – but then again, we are speaking about Washington D.C….

CH/L – nsnbc 02.01.2012

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Education about Drunk Driving could save more Lives than War on Terror

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : The United States have experienced a steady deterioration of civil liberties and rights since it launched the so-called war on terror in 2001. The number of death due to alcohol-related impairment of driving abilities, however, exceeds terrorism-related death by orders of magnitude. 

New York 9/11Subsequent to the still unsolved terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States has launched its so-called global war on terrorism or GWAT as the Director of the Canada-based Centre for Research on Globalisation, Professor Michel Chossudovsky abbreviates it.

Implementing the GWAT in the USA has significantly infringed on citizens rights and liberties. To mention but a few examples of oppressive and arguably unconstitutional legislation – the so-called PATRIOT Act, The National Defense Authorization Act. Add to that, the self-assumed Presidential authority to issue daily “kill lists” and the marked increase in surveillance of citizens.

Acts of terrorism inside the USA have claimed a total of 3,380 lives between 2001 and 2013. These include the attacks on September 11, 2001 (9/11), the so-called Anthrax Attacks in November 2001, the El-Al Counter Shooting in July 2002, the Beltway Sniper Attack in October 2002, the Knoxville Church Shooting in July 2008, Police officers killed in Pittsburgh in April 2009, the attack against the Tiller Abortion Clinic in Kansas in May 2009, the Holocaust Museum Shooting in June 2009, the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, the plane crash into the Austin IRS building in February 2010, the Fort Stewart Army Base killing in December 2011, the Sikh Temple Shooting in Wisconsin in August 2012, the St. Johns Parish Police Ambush in St. Louisiana in August 2012, the Boston Marathon Bombing in April 2013, the LAX Shooting in California in November 2013.

The majority of these incidents which have been registered as acts of domestic terrorism would be better classified as gun-related violence. Among them are incidents that raise serious questions such as the veracity of official information about the Sandy Hook Shooting.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Among those that can actually be classified as acts of terrorism are the attacks on September 11, the Anthrax Attacks, and the Boston Marathon Bombing. In all of these incidents there remain, at the very least, serious unanswered questions about the involvement of U.S. government agencies, government officials, as well as government-related rogue networks.

Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities have in 2013 alone accounted for 10,076 deaths or 30.8 percent of all driving facilities. Considering this figure as reasonably constant, the number of fatalities between 2001 and 2013 can be estimated to exceed 100,000. Maybe the next measure a semi-totalitarian US government could propose would be to install cameras in motor-vehicles and homes to wage a war on alcohol-related death.

A war on drunk driving – a WODD insted of a GWAT, the “American Way”. Or maybe dropping the hysteria about domestic terrorism and investing in public education about alcohol-related risks and restoring constitutional rights and government would be wiser – but then again, we are speaking about Washington D.C….

CH/L – nsnbc 02.01.2012

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Education about Drunk Driving could save more Lives than War on Terror

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : The United States have experienced a steady deterioration of civil liberties and rights since it launched the so-called war on terror in 2001. The number of death due to alcohol-related impairment of driving abilities, however, exceeds terrorism-related death by orders of magnitude. 

New York 9/11Subsequent to the still unsolved terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States has launched its so-called global war on terrorism or GWAT as the Director of the Canada-based Centre for Research on Globalisation, Professor Michel Chossudovsky abbreviates it.

Implementing the GWAT in the USA has significantly infringed on citizens rights and liberties. To mention but a few examples of oppressive and arguably unconstitutional legislation – the so-called PATRIOT Act, The National Defense Authorization Act. Add to that, the self-assumed Presidential authority to issue daily “kill lists” and the marked increase in surveillance of citizens.

Acts of terrorism inside the USA have claimed a total of 3,380 lives between 2001 and 2013. These include the attacks on September 11, 2001 (9/11), the so-called Anthrax Attacks in November 2001, the El-Al Counter Shooting in July 2002, the Beltway Sniper Attack in October 2002, the Knoxville Church Shooting in July 2008, Police officers killed in Pittsburgh in April 2009, the attack against the Tiller Abortion Clinic in Kansas in May 2009, the Holocaust Museum Shooting in June 2009, the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, the plane crash into the Austin IRS building in February 2010, the Fort Stewart Army Base killing in December 2011, the Sikh Temple Shooting in Wisconsin in August 2012, the St. Johns Parish Police Ambush in St. Louisiana in August 2012, the Boston Marathon Bombing in April 2013, the LAX Shooting in California in November 2013.

The majority of these incidents which have been registered as acts of domestic terrorism would be better classified as gun-related violence. Among them are incidents that raise serious questions such as the veracity of official information about the Sandy Hook Shooting.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Among those that can actually be classified as acts of terrorism are the attacks on September 11, the Anthrax Attacks, and the Boston Marathon Bombing. In all of these incidents there remain, at the very least, serious unanswered questions about the involvement of U.S. government agencies, government officials, as well as government-related rogue networks.

Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities have in 2013 alone accounted for 10,076 deaths or 30.8 percent of all driving facilities. Considering this figure as reasonably constant, the number of fatalities between 2001 and 2013 can be estimated to exceed 100,000. Maybe the next measure a semi-totalitarian US government could propose would be to install cameras in motor-vehicles and homes to wage a war on alcohol-related death.

A war on drunk driving – a WODD insted of a GWAT, the “American Way”. Or maybe dropping the hysteria about domestic terrorism and investing in public education about alcohol-related risks and restoring constitutional rights and government would be wiser – but then again, we are speaking about Washington D.C….

CH/L – nsnbc 02.01.2012

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Education about Drunk Driving could save more Lives than War on Terror

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : The United States have experienced a steady deterioration of civil liberties and rights since it launched the so-called war on terror in 2001. The number of death due to alcohol-related impairment of driving abilities, however, exceeds terrorism-related death by orders of magnitude. 

New York 9/11Subsequent to the still unsolved terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center complex and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, the United States has launched its so-called global war on terrorism or GWAT as the Director of the Canada-based Centre for Research on Globalisation, Professor Michel Chossudovsky abbreviates it.

Implementing the GWAT in the USA has significantly infringed on citizens rights and liberties. To mention but a few examples of oppressive and arguably unconstitutional legislation – the so-called PATRIOT Act, The National Defense Authorization Act. Add to that, the self-assumed Presidential authority to issue daily “kill lists” and the marked increase in surveillance of citizens.

Acts of terrorism inside the USA have claimed a total of 3,380 lives between 2001 and 2013. These include the attacks on September 11, 2001 (9/11), the so-called Anthrax Attacks in November 2001, the El-Al Counter Shooting in July 2002, the Beltway Sniper Attack in October 2002, the Knoxville Church Shooting in July 2008, Police officers killed in Pittsburgh in April 2009, the attack against the Tiller Abortion Clinic in Kansas in May 2009, the Holocaust Museum Shooting in June 2009, the Fort Hood shooting in November 2009, the plane crash into the Austin IRS building in February 2010, the Fort Stewart Army Base killing in December 2011, the Sikh Temple Shooting in Wisconsin in August 2012, the St. Johns Parish Police Ambush in St. Louisiana in August 2012, the Boston Marathon Bombing in April 2013, the LAX Shooting in California in November 2013.

The majority of these incidents which have been registered as acts of domestic terrorism would be better classified as gun-related violence. Among them are incidents that raise serious questions such as the veracity of official information about the Sandy Hook Shooting.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Photo courtesy of Sara Hylton, Reuters.

Among those that can actually be classified as acts of terrorism are the attacks on September 11, the Anthrax Attacks, and the Boston Marathon Bombing. In all of these incidents there remain, at the very least, serious unanswered questions about the involvement of U.S. government agencies, government officials, as well as government-related rogue networks.

Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities have in 2013 alone accounted for 10,076 deaths or 30.8 percent of all driving facilities. Considering this figure as reasonably constant, the number of fatalities between 2001 and 2013 can be estimated to exceed 100,000. Maybe the next measure a semi-totalitarian US government could propose would be to install cameras in motor-vehicles and homes to wage a war on alcohol-related death.

A war on drunk driving – a WODD insted of a GWAT, the “American Way”. Or maybe dropping the hysteria about domestic terrorism and investing in public education about alcohol-related risks and restoring constitutional rights and government would be wiser – but then again, we are speaking about Washington D.C….

CH/L – nsnbc 02.01.2012

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