Truth Frequency Radio

May 08, 2013

By Sheree Geo

Truth Frequency Radio

A USAF brochure obtained by the Danger Room explains exactly what the military expects (and frankly, has always expected) of women being raped: “submit to your attackers, then file a report.” (I’m paraphrasing, but basically that’s what it says.)


In line with the same twisted logic that the University of Colorado-Denver had for young girls attending college, the brochure which was issued to personnel at Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina sums it up very clearly:

“It may be advisable to submit [rather] than to resist,”

The sickest part of the whole story is that just a few days ago, Jeffrey Krusinski, the Air Force’s now former chief of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program, was arrested for sexual assault! What a coincidence!

And it’s not just the Air Force either ; According to USA Today:

The highest rate of sexual abuse was in the Marine Corps: Nearly 30% of women said they suffered unwanted sexual contact by another military member. Close behind were the Army and Navy, each with about 24% of women raising the issue.

servicewomen-sexual-assault-e1367935126147Both the rate of rape and suicide are going up in the military, which makes me wonder if rape and the emotional consequences for both the attackers and their victims thereof could be more institutionalized than we think. Douglas Dietrich, a military whistleblower, described in detail to us a few months ago just how common rape is in the military, and we know from experiments like MK-Ultra that mind control has already been achieved using certain drugs and substances, which they have been handing out to the military like candy for several years now.

baz-photo-files-patrick.nMy best guess as to what on earth is going on in our military is that it’s a rotten apple, eating away at itself from the inside-out. It’s impossible to have hundreds of thousands of strong, able-bodied men hopped up on pills (specifically things like Adderall or other stimulant drugs) surrounded by women without having rampant sexual misconduct. These soldiers, though probably trained in basic combat, would not be able to fight back as effectively as a man, especially if group rape is occurring, which we’ve also found out to be common.

Another common thread between university rape scandals and the military ones is the absolute lack of accountability on the part of those who are supposed to be watching out for these people. Dozens of women at a Texas military training base were raped last year alone. Rape convictions have been overturned and the rapist reinstated, and rape instances in the military overall have gone up from just 19,000 reported last year to 26,000 this year.

When you enter the military, you may expect to lose a limb. You may expect to lose your life. But no one should be expecting to be assaulted or raped by one of their colleagues.

– Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)

afp-loeb-saul-photo.nFor those of you who still have some weird sense of “faith in our military”, not to worry: there is also the Combating Military Assault Act of 2013″, although they might as well take out “combating” and put in “Submitting To”, instead, since that’s what the brochure says.

To give credit where it is due, however, Chuck Hagel actually proposed a step last month to prevent commanders from overturning verdicts in criminal cases (such as rape) as they currently have been able to. So, thanks, Chuck. Now let’s get to work on teaching our guys how to…I don’t know… maybe just not rape women?


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Sheree Geois a researcher, freelance writer and journalist, and singer from East Texas. After several years of watching eugenics and mind control in action, she began to fight the system by giving people the knowledge of these activities. She then met her husband, Chris Geo, in 2009 and has since been the co-host of their show, Truth Frequency, which airs on GCN every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, as well as on their network, K-TFRN.