This message is for the Mothers & Fathers of our nation’s youth

This message is for the Mothers & Fathers of our nation’s youth. It contains graphic images of what could happen to your child returning home from our Armed Forces. It demonstrates the sad truth for your son or daughter, for you and for your loved ones that to die on the battlefield is better than returning home to this #Betrayal. My prayers go out to each member of our military forces and the horrors facing them on returning home.

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  1. My government is torturing me and I thought torture was unconstitutional.

  2. “Opioid (opiate) Crisis”, whatever it was or however it started and whatever it IS NOW, …is now a way of having a ‘moral high ground’ without mentioning God or love even once for those willing to settle for lots of fantasy in their lives. “Opioid (opiate) Crisis” is good for winning elections and lawsuits, but nothing more. OD death is actually dramatically up because illicit users will not be denied and now have only the dangerous illegal fentanyl analogs to swallow. Yes there were pill mills and diversion at the pharmaceutical wholesale level, but these have been long extinct. Obeying “opioid crisis” IS NOW a very valuable means of appearing to have a ‘moral high ground’ WITHOUT the work or risk that come with moral high grounds.

    • Thank you Steve for sharing this. So many of us are hurting so much.
      Robert has worked so hard and so long at what he’s trying to accomplish with Operation #Starburst and I felt I had to support him no matter what!
      He truly cares for everyone and is doing the best he can and has done an outstanding job!
      We all need to stand together against this abuse and state sanctioned torture and I agree 100% with Dr. Thomas Kline when he describes the DEA as terrorists!
      We’re starting to see some more of the truth in the media but we have to keep on these people- share these stories, make phone calls, write letters, meet with Resp if you’re able and support those that are.
      The more voices we can add to the struggle the louder we become and the less they can block us out!
      Thank you as well Steve for everything you do! There are many many working to do everything they can.
      Speak Out & Speak Up <3

      • Yes it’s very important that we stick together, giving support wherever possible to each other while going through every part of fighting our fight. For those in the thick of it, hang in there and ask for help from those with experience, education and use it wisely as we’re representing many

    • So true! The wrongs have been corrected already. It’s time to put compassion back in our doctors offices and allow them to treat us again. Albeit good reasoning behind the CDCs guidelines for acute pain, they left out,( unsure if intentional) the ongoing pain management care after being referred when three months has gone by. It does say except chronic pain patients, however not implemented whatsoever by anyone!

  3. I agree, canarensis. I am on my couch in agonizing pain wishing I could have my previous regimen restored. Instead, my pain level goes up and my QOL goes down on a daily basis. I never thought I would see such cruelty from my fellow man. What happened to my country?

    • louisva; I’m so sorry you’ve been abandoned. I got this ax this past week, so now i’m in the Hellish boat as well…I just don’t know what has happened to this country, or sanity, or reason, or anything else. I really don’t know what’s going to happen to us…though as we know, what’s going to happen to many of us is that they can’t stand the intolerable, unrelieved pain any more and will stop the pain permanently. Never thought I’d see the day when encouraging suicide for people with non-fatal health conditions was a national policy, but that’s basically what’s happened.

      • I told my wife for the first time that I am considering suicide last night. That’s the first time those word have come out of my mouth. We are both frightened.

  4. Every single politician, bureaucrat, and other human in this country should be required to watch this….tied to a chair and forced, if necessary. This is a national crime, a national obscenity, a crime against humanity, and should damned well go down in history as one of the most shameful things this country has ever done.

    I used to be proud to be American. I actually got tears when i sang the national anthem. I now feel absolute rage at what this country is doing and where its priorities are. Make money by any means whatsoever and the country calls you a hero. Actually serve your country and BE a hero & the US leaves you to torture and suicide.

    • “I used to be proud to be American. I actually got tears when i sang the national anthem. I now feel absolute rage at what this country is doing and where its priorities are. Make money by any means whatsoever and the country calls you a hero. Actually serve your country and BE a hero & the US leaves you to torture and suicide.”

      Damn, you nailed the way I feel. I am just sickened that our government could betray the very ones who were courageous enough to sacrifice so much. Even more despicable (I can’t think of a better word) is the fact that so very few within our society actually care about this issue.

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