“…from the series of messages from desantisburg...”
NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS, NORMAN L. CLEMENT PHARM-TECH, MALACHI F. MACKANDAL PHARMD, BELINDA BROWN-PARKER, IN THE SPIRIT OF JOSEPH SOLVO ESQ., INC.T. SPIRIT OF REV. C.T. VIVIAN, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA., IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HON. PATRICE LUMUMBA, IN THE SPIRIT OF ERLIN CLEMENT SR., WALTER F. WRENN III., MD., JULIE KILLINGWORTH, LESLY POMPY MD., CHRISTOPHER RUSSO, MD., NANCY SEEFELDT, WILLIE GUINYARD BS., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD., MBA, BEVERLY C. PRINCE MD., FACS., NEIL ARNAND, MD., RICHARD KAUL, MD., LEROY BAYLOR, JAY K. JOSHI MD., MBA, ADRIENNE EDMUNDSON, ESTER HYATT PH.D., WALTER L. SMITH BS., IN THE SPIRIT OF BRAHM FISHER ESQ., MICHELE ALEXANDER MD., CUDJOE WILDING BS, MARTIN NJOKU, BS., RPH., IN THE SPIRIT OF DEBRA LYNN SHEPHERD, BERES E. MUSCHETT, STRATEGIC ADVISORS
LETTER TO DEFENSE SECRETARY LIOYD AUSTIN:
“THE UNSPEAKABLE INJUSTICES”
Defense Secretary Austin:
In our Remembrance of our Veterans, you have so eloquently articulated;
“Veterans Day is a unique opportunity for us to reflect upon the service and sacrifice of our predecessors to recognize the broad shoulders upon which we now stand. In peace and war, spanning generations all the way back to the very founding of this country, fellow Americans have defended our democracy, advanced our security interests, fought our wars, and preserved our way of life.
“Some never returned to society, like when they left home for boot camp. Some never returned at all. But all of them, living and dead, are owed an outstanding debt. And all of them – as well as their families – are due our most profound respect.”…EXCEPT
EXCEPT THOSE WHO WERE UNJUSTLY TREATED DURING WWII
“Those Black Men who served our country in uniform during the time of War in a segregated Army who suffered an unspeakable fate before “JIM CROW” military courts, and those in combat “The Werenth 11,” who were victims of graphic acts of horrific war crimes by soldiers of the 1st German SS Panzer Division that went unpunished.
“Those who fought our wars! Those whose acts of bravery for defending our democracy, advancing our security interests, and preserving our way of life were hidden. Whose families were given NO respect and informed years later that their loved ones had been executed for “Willful Misconduct.”
THE UNSPEAKABLE HORRORS AND TRUTHS
Until now, the Unspeakable Horrors and Truths behind these circumstances have remained hidden within Pentagon Vaults from public and Congressional scrutiny for too long; it’s time you let America know the truth.
Secretary Austin, every serving Secretary of Defense from WWII onward, has failed (or avoided) to offer a full accounting of these unjustifiable wrongs or why these men lost their lives to what can only be described as Judicial Misconduct and Lynching; you must act NOW with the truth!!
While German Nazis who committed horrific atrocities and war crimes received much fairer hearings as defendants at the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg than these American soldiers during their time of service.
THE LYNCHING OF ACTIVE DUTY BLACK AMERICAN SOLDIERS DURING WWII THE HIDDEN HISTORY (NPR)
listen here below
Alice Kaplan writes in her book “The Interpreter;”
” That between 1943 and 1946, most of the US soldiers executed for capital crimes in Europe were black. At the time, less than 10 percent of the segregated Army was African-American. “
“…The Army advertised the executions quite widely in Europe and invited townspeople to the hangings, but with the families themselves, they were not forthcoming...”
Beyond the statistics, Ms. Kaplan says her book reveals a painful story in human terms.
Ms. KAPLAN: One of the most moving moments in my work was when I contacted the family of James Hendricks, who was executed in November 1944.
The Army advertised the executions quite widely in Europe and invited townspeople to the hangings, but with the families themselves, they were not forthcoming.
‘They never knew what had happened to him. Parents had received telegrams saying he had died of his own willful misconduct, which was the case for somebody we know much more about. Emmett Till’s father was hanged in Italy after a court-martial, and Mamie Till speaks in her autobiography about getting this letter from the Army, `Willful misconduct.’
These significant social occurrences were directed at people of color, primarily blacks (Italians, Jews, Asians), vaguely reported by major media or, for that matter, discussed in most school districts.
“…What macro-aggression by our government fell upon them which led to their demise during the times of World War…”
Nor have very few, if any, Institutional curriculae ever engaged in the discussion of the systematic lynching of Black American soldiers in the service of their country in uniform in the time of War and has gone virtually unreported by our Department of Defense and complete account as to what circumstance their love one’s dishonorably perished has never been given to these families.
One of the victims was named Elijah, from North Florida. Still, because Governor Ron DeSantis chose to void the Congress House Seat of Alfred Lawson (whom this writer has personally known for 50-plus years), we may never know what happened to him in England.
PERHAPS WE CAN FINALLY LEARN THE TRUTH?
Perhaps, Defense Secreatray Lloyd Austin, coming from the region of Northern Florida, Southern Georgia, you sir, can finally release the military records behind the circumstances of these African American Solider. (this would include too Henery Ossian Flipper and Dave Fagan of Tampa, Florida)?
What macro-aggression by our government fell upon them which led to their demise during the times of World War.
THE WERETH 11 MASSACRE WWII
“Let us not also forget under the American “Jim Crow” military judicial system, those German SS unit soldiers who committed dehumanizing atrocities (American Style Lynching) against “The Wereth 11” were all eventually set free.
“These American soldiers (11 African-American soldiers from the 333rd Field Artillery Battalion, Battery C) saved the lives of thousands by heroically holding their line until overrun by elements of the 1st Waffen SS Panzer Division “Leibstandarte” in December 1944.
***(See the video below, Hosted by Colin D. Heaton. The Forgotten History Channel is a 10th Legion Pictures Production)***
WERETH 11 DESERVING OF CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONORS
“Secretary Austin, these eleven men Pvt. Curtis Adams, Coporal Mager Bradley, Pvt. First Class. George Davis, Staff Sgt. Thomas J Forte, Tech Corporal Robert Green, Pvt. First Class James Leathwood, Pvt. Nathaniel Moss, Pvt. George W. Moten, Tech Sgt. William Prichett, Tech Sgt. James Aubrey Stewart, Pvt. First Class Due W. Turner died as heroes and “never returned at all. But all of them, living and dead, are owed a great debt. And all of them – as well as their families – are due our deepest respect.” they are more than deserving of the highest recognition America can give, ” The Congressional Medal of Honor.”
FOR NOW, YOU ARE WITHIN
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