Two Examples of the Culture Among America's Leaders:
Navy pilot in World War II, helping defend against a foreign enemy:
The same former Naval Aviator fighting a more sinister internal enemy in the United States:
Starting with trying to carry out an official life-and-death assignment related to an ongoing series of fraud-related airline disasters in the 1960s that expanded into corrupt and criminal activities involving key people in covert activities that spread into the corruption in the U.S. Department of Justice and then throughout the U.S, judicial system, and cover-up complicity by members of Congress and the U.S. media group that for decades has treated hardcore criminal misconduct in government as the "third rail," never to be discussed. His fight against that internal enemy resulted in years of great personal and financial harm, revealing the actual state of liberty and justice for all, and showing the mockery of the America version of democracy.
Converting him from a multi-millionaire to a state of poverty, homeless, to halt his corruption-fighting activities. Joining in these attacks were personnel of the U.S. Dep0artment of Justice, hoard of lawyers and law firms, federal district and appellate judges, Supreme Court Justices, and the cover-up complicity by members of Congress and the U.S. media's decades of deep-sixing hardcore corruption involving key groups in the government of the United States.
Kangaroo court prosecution, ending in six months federal prison, four weeks in solitary confine\ment, for having reported to a federal court the criminal activities related to great harm, deaths, and catastrophic events. These reports were made under the federal crime reporting statute, Title 18 U.S.C. § 4, that requires anyone knowing of a federal crime to report it to a federal judge or other federal official, and for that federal judge or official to received the information
Highly decorated Vietnam War helicopter pilot who repeatedly risked his life to rescue wounded soldiers
Greatest harm came to Taus, not from external enemy, but from internal enemies within the U.S. government. Working as an "FBI agent in the New York City offices, under an FBI Supervisor involved in a series of murders with a Mafia capo known as "the killing machine," Taus reported misconduct to bribe-taking members of Congress, who did nothing but turn the information over to the people in the FBI-DOJ that were involved in the murders. False charges were promptly files against Taus, the first being using a government-issued credit card to buy $8 in fuel as Taus used his personal car in an official surveillance operation, closely followed by sham charges by a Brooklyn district attorney (an office identified in a series of New York Times articles in fabricated charges against innocent victims). The FBI-DOJ personnel charging Taus with the sham charges that eventually resulted in a 40-year prison sentence for that Vietnamese hero, were the same bureaucrats that deep-sixed advanced information of planned al Qaeda attacks that enabled 4,000 initial deaths, followed by two wars and much more.
The American public, during these and countless other similar crimes by internal enemies, remained blissfully ignorant—or too afraid to address the powerful enemies within government.