The U.S. Veterans Administration reported in July 2009 that one in three U.S. veterans will return home with severe depression and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
The V.A. and Dept. of Defense also report that U.S. military suicide rates have increased over 25% among the active military.
Recently, military suicides forced the three-day operational stand-down in May of 2009 of the U.S. Army's famous 101st Airborne Division for mandatory suicide prevention training at Fort Campbell, KY, after 11 suicides occurred during the first quarter of 2009. Half of the victims had never served overseas. All of the victims had received the human anthrax vaccine.
Indeed, the U.S. Veterans Administration now classifies the onset of the rare Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (A.L.S.), also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, as a presumptive service-related injury to finally provide medical services after discovering a 60% increase of cases among returning veterans.
Wide-spread reports of birth defects among families of today's servicemen continue to be posted around the U.S., because the human anthrax vaccine can create human antibodies that will attack unborn children.
Since 1990, the V.A. has reported that the human anthrax vaccine program may have harmed over 685,000 U.S. military resulting in over 20,000 deaths by auto-immune disease and cancers. This is almost four times the number of deaths due to combat injury in Iraq.
Today, states the documentary, U.S. Troops are Between a Rock and a Hard Place:
Unlike the United States, the governments of Britain, Canada, and Australia have provided the Right to Informed Consent to their military - especially after the outcry against the anthrax vaccine that followed the First Gulf War. Since the mid-1990s, few of these allied soldiers have elected to take the human anthrax vaccine.
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