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USPS Declines Further Because Of Trillions Spent On War
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08 May 2012
Postal services continue to decline because of the trillions spent on war and the failure of the government to assume control of the pricegouging oil industry.
Our nation's communications are in the hands of profiteers, privateers, pirateers.
The number of post offices in the US is now one half of the number in 1900. Bush
and Obama have eliminated 10% with another 10% scheduled.
One can no longer put packages of more than 13 ounces into a mailbox carrier.
This security rule is one of many effects of the black op of Sept 11, 2001.*
This writer had to walk 12 blocks to post a letter.
As money has been diverted from the USPS fund for Pentagon bombing of Muslim
babies around the world, the service of the USPS has continued to decline with
fewer hours of postoffice availability.
Recycling containers are not in all post offices and in those that they are
present, they are often small with slits to narrow for the recycling of larger
The trillions of dollars spent on illegal wars by the US government has meant
plummeting in education, in health care, in library services, in virtually every
area of life.
*http://911truth.org There are tens of thousands enrolled as members of
Firefighers for 911 Truth, Engineers for 911 Truth, Pilots For 911 Truth,
Scholars For 911 Truth etc. These are only an infinitesimal fraction of 911
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