News like ‘Sailors And Marines Can Officially Declare They Are Transgenders This Fall’ is being promoted to distract us from the Pentagon’s ongoing problems – its immense and murderous corruption. According to the Department of Defense inspector general’s latest report, The Pentagon still cannot officially account for some $8 trillion-plus in spending…
[Editor”s note: How much of that $8 trillion-plus is from opium production in Afghanistan and Cocaine through South America and have those sales been properly accounted for and where the money actually went?]
from Zero Hedge:
Sailors And Marines Can Officially Declare They Are Transgenders This Fall … Before declaring transgender status, these service-members have to be at the start, in the middle of, or finished transitioning. Only then will they be able to ask for a formal gender switch in the database system, Navy Times reports. –Daily Caller
It is helpful for transgender people that the Pentagon now has a policy for them if they are in the service. In fact, it is surely a lingering and personal tragedy for those who feel they are the wrong sex.
But the bigger issue regarding the Pentagon is its immense and murderous corruption. In some sense,news like this is being promoted to distract us from the Pentagon’s ongoing problems.
The Pentagon still cannot officially account for some $8 trillion-plus in spending, according to a Department of Defense inspector general’s report released here at the end of July 2016.
We are providing this report for review and comment. Army and Defense Finance and Accounting Service Indianapolis personnel did not adequately support $2.8 trillion in third quarter adjustments and $6.5 trillion in year-end adjustments made to Army General Fund data during FY 2015 financial statement compilation. We conducted this audit in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards.
The Pentagon’s systems remain unable to support federally mandated book-keeping, see here. Obviously, systems have not improved much since Donald Rumsfeld announced here that the Pentagon had mislaid some $2 trillion the day before 9/11. We shouldn’t lose track of difficulties even when contemplating the Pentagon’s increased sensitivity to its soldiers.
The larger lie at the heart of the Pentagon revolves around the NATO/NASA axis. That remains the same no matter the Pentagon’s other activities.
These two agencies (and when we refer to NATO, we are speaking of the larger military-industrial complex) have never been formally called to account for their propaganda.
NASA obviously lies in public presentations. In some videos of the moon landings, astronauts supposedly walking on the moon evidently are supported by wires. Or they get up without moving their legs, here (at 2 minutes, 15 seconds).
Meanwhile, some space station activity seems to have been filmed in big pools that contain replicas of outer space technology. And it has been speculated that green screens are used as well, here.
We recently reported on the lunar rover itself, which looks suspiciously like a jeep, here, though it cost some $40 million to develop.
We’ve also been reporting on obvious corruption in the Pentagon’s nuclear program. The Pentagon has been presenting nuclear weapons results to the general public that are obviously false.
You can see our most recent articles and speculation here and here. Grant that man has landed on the moon and that nuclear weapons blow things up. The corruption remains. Videos and print reports have been falsified regarding both nuclear tests and outer space activities.
NASA even destroyed its initial tapes of the moon landings HERE and has now substituted a colorized version. The obvious suspicion is that the initial tapes were in part faked, which was why they no longer exist. (NASA claims it was an unfortunate accident.)
The most recent evidences of Pentagon corruption are evident in the just released information that the Pentagon still cannot account for $8.5 trillion.
Here, from Yahoo, commenting on an initial Reuters report:
Special Enterprise Reporter Scot Paltrow unearthed the “high cost of the Pentagon’s bad bookkeeping” in a Reuters investigation. It amounts to $8.5 trillion in taxpayer money doled out by Congress to the Pentagon since 1996 that has never been accounted for.
The Pentagon is supposed to have audited financial bookkeeping since 1996, but it still cannot provide federally mandated reporting. In the past, superiors allegedly instructed employees to plug in numbers that confirmed budgetary demands, here: “How-Pentagon-Cooks-Books-Hide-Massive-Waste.”
This is basically falsifying financial records for purposes of deflecting questions. By making the numbers match, the Pentagon avoided further inquiries.
If the Pentagon still cannot properly account for trillions of dollars, why on earth should people trust the evidence that the Pentagon offers us regarding space travel and nuclear weapons?
We have often pointed out that the era from 1940 to 1970 constituted the most extraordinary three decades in human history. In this scant time period, US fedgov discovered nuclear bombs and went to the moon.
We don’t trust this narrative at all.
In large part, it has been provided by the military industrial complex itself. And certainly there is enough evidence of fakery to warrant an aggressive, independent investigation – if it could ever be put together.
Conclusion: The mainstream media should take a much more adversarial approach to fedgov policies and claims, especially when it comes to the NATO/NASA axis. The truth is “out there” and someday it will be revealed. Better sooner than later.