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MilitaryEx Protect the Puppies from U.S. Military Serial Killers in Training Party
Date Wednesday July 16
Time 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location Details
Private Estate In Hollywood
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorBarbi Camoflaj & Rhonda Coleman
MilitaryEx is hosting a PROTECT THE PUPPIES POW WOW BOW WOW from U.S. Military Serial Killer Candidates & military families. This event will raise much needed awareness about the violent U.S. Military career, the military cult's dangerous mind control that damages its members & the military atmosphere steeped in outdated customs & regulations that show little regard for human lives or the rights and lives of our four legged friends.

MilitaryEx will screen video footage from various sources detailing legitimate cases of animal abuse. The PROTECT THE PUPPIES POW WOW BOW WOW high lights countless cases of U.S. Military active duty members killing or seriously injuring dogs just for sick kicks. A psychological analysis chart detailing & comparing serial killer traits & U.S. Military member characteristics should place us all on the defensive to protect not only prisoners of their war, victimized military members, innocent victims of war but also the pets who are innocent victims of senseless U.S. Military violence. Learn how the U.S. Military career grooms future serial killers, those serial killers in training are then released from the military for their crimes in certain highly publicized cases without adequate treatment and unleashed upon our communities to kill again by victimizing innocent animals and people. STOP the violence. PROTECT THE PUPPIES @ the MILITARYEX POW WOW BOW WOW.

MilitaryEx also highlights the U.S. Military multi billion dollar ad campaign that saturates our media displaying various groups and military families of DEAD SOLDIERS who took in some ORPHAN PUPPIES from the warzones. With a big what the F@#$%% ? MilitaryEx points out that these groups suddenly sprung up by the busload in the biased media to squash negative press on the recent PUPPY MASSACRE by a U.S. MARINE in Iraq. Press clippings will be presented that supports the claim that these so called U.S. Military puppy lovers are on the government cheese payroll.

MILITARYEX poses the query regarding why these groups don't also take in 100 or so IRAQI ORPHAN CHILDREN whose lives have been destroyed due to their senseless violence & wars for the profits of WarBiz, Inc.

Further concerns by MILITARYEX cite that mothers of warmongers, underpaid hit men and gang bangers may be unfit adoptive parents of any PET let alone abandoned PUPPIES in a warzone. Clearly their parental abilities can be called into question for not protecting their children from marching to their deaths in the government approved gang that is the U.S. Military.

Donations from the SAVE THE PUPPIES POW WOW BOW WOW will go to care for these puppies and put an end to the WAR that has destroyed the lives of these PUPPIES by sending underpaid hit men from the U.S. MILITARY to fight these unjust wars.

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Training will be made available and is open to all including U.S. Military families on being positive and loving pet owners. Upon completion of the training, MilitaryEx will issue its prestigious PUPPY LIFE SAVER badge. Training also available online at MILITARYEX.COM.

Added to the calendar on Monday Jun 16th, 2008 10:52 AM
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