Political Crimes Are Grave Sins: Chat W/ US Army Whistleblower 2LT Scott Bennett

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America's intensifying denial of sin since the 1960's has offered Political Operatives pathways to grave crimes against the American people, crimes unimaginable in our country's youth, young adulthood and early middle age. As America settled into what most hoped would be a comfortable 'mid' middle age post World War II, rather than enjoying the freedoms we fought so hard to preserve, our moral laxity cultivated the overgrowth of wickedness amongst our politicians. Americans are not the only ones victimized by the crimes of its Political Sinners; due to our historical positioning and might so is the entire human race. Dreadful, shocking criminal activity is now routinely conducted in our once-sacred government offices. Americans suffer blatant theft, destruction of our Constitutional rights and freedoms, Treason, perversion of Justice, willful destruction of The American Dream, government threats and intimidation, assassination of civilians deemed 'Enemies Of The State', psychopathic militarization of civilian domains, and sadistic, deranged stalking of American Citizens' every move. Global activity ditto. What are Political Sins? How do individual humans suffer by their commission? How does America as a Nation suffer? How can we, a Nation established under God, vigorously weed out of office Political Sinners, and replace them with citizens of utmost Integrity? How, then, does America skillfully, sincerely communicate with the world that we will do our best to 'sin no more'? U. S. Army 2LT Scott Bennett, Whistleblower, is today's guest. DATA AND RECORDING COPYRIGHT © 2015 MARTHA TROWBRIDGE. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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