(file under 'Atrocity Management') White Man Expected to Plead Guilty: No Other U.S. Soldiers Charged in Methodical Massacre of 17 Non-White (Afghan) Sleeping Civilians (9 children)
By and large, in their relations with non-whites, white people function as psychopaths. "Behavioral scientists generally agree that the outstanding characteristics of the psychopathic personality are the almost complete absence of ethical or moral development and an almost total disregard for appropriate patterns of behavior. This characteristic has led to a misunderstanding of the psychopath as someone who does not know the difference between right and wrong. This belief is not true; psychopaths simply ignore the concept of right and wrong.
By ignoring this trait in the White race (the lack of ethical and moral development) Blacks have made and are still making a tragic mistake in basing the worldwide Black liberation movement on moral suasion. It is pathological for Blacks to keep attempting to use moral suasion on a people who have no morality where race is the variable." [MORE]
Although the U.S. Government has isolated Robert Bales as a "rogue soldier", many believe as many as 20 US soldiers were involved in the Afghan massacre. [MORE] "Americans are fascinated by the Mafia, but very few citizens of this country believed until recently that the brutalities and deceptions of organized crime were also characteristic of government operations. We can be thankful, I suppose, that the United States government is not yet as efficient as the Mafia when it comes to hiding the traces of their crimes, cutting short the investigative trail, and screening out the occasional honest and principled operative." [MORE] and [MORE]
From [HERE] Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, the white U.S. soldier charged with killing 16 Afghan civilians in what is considered the deadliest war crime by a single American soldier in the post-9/11 [itself a US war crime] era, will plead guilty to avoid the death penalty, his lawyer said Wednesday. In a brief interview as he rushed into a meeting with Sergeant Bales, John Henry Browne, the lawyer, said military prosecutors at Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, Wash., had agreed to the plea, which could be made before a military judge next week.
Sergeant Bales, 39, has been charged with walking off a small outpost in the Panjwai district of Kandahar Province early on the morning of March 11, 2012, and shooting or stabbing to death 16 people, most of them children as they slept. Some of their bodies were set on fire in two villages. He was apprehended as he returned to his base. He was captured on surveillance video running out of the darkness with the blood of his victims smeared on his face and soaked into his clothes, a prosecutor said.