Ending unlawful US wars in Afghanistan, Iraq: Gandhi + MLK + prosecution ends US fall into fascism

The emperor has no clothes. The US wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are unlawful; obvious when anyone takes less than one hour to understand applicable law. Rhetoric for war with Iran is also “emperor has no clothes” obvious lies (here for audio interview). America has fallen into fascism; a collusion among corporate interests for war graft, banksters taking trillions from taxpayers supervised by political pimps, and psychopaths who love torture and the pain of war. Corporate media lies to us to keep these crimes hidden as best that propaganda can try to conceal the bright light of truth.

The obvious policy response from the public and those working in the US military, government, and law enforcement is what Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. concluded: non-cooperation. Those of us with an oath to protect and defend the US Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, upon reflection of the evidence of unlawful wars, if we are to honor our oath must refuse and end unlawful orders. Individuals have various legal authority to act; ranging from simple refusal to arrest and prosecution for clearly criminal acts.

Because the breadth and depth of criminal activity facilitated by political “leadership” and corporate media is unpractical to prosecute, I recommend a Truth and Reconciliation process to exchange the full truth and return of public assets for non-prosecution. Those who refuse this offer will be prosecuted after a window of opportunity closes.