What used to be called the School of the Americas is now called the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC).
You can learn about the crimes committed by the “students” of this organization not only in the article linked above, which contains more video, but also in the film, Hidden in Plain Sight, which has interviews with defenders and critics of WHINSEC.
Here is a further source of information about the crimes sponsored by WHINSEC, which have not gone away since it changed its name from the School of the Americas.
If you have a problem with the torture, rape, and murder of priests, nuns, women, and children being funded by your tax dollars, you can contact the home of WHINSEC at Fort Benning, Georgia, as you let them know what you think.
Maybe you can inspire them with a sense of shame, but I doubt it.
Still, it’s worth a shot, so I encourage you to call Fort Benning, as you let them know what you think, at the following numbers: (706) 545-5516 or (706) 545-4043.
While you’re at it, you can call some of the other partners of these criminals.
The American Council on Education (ACE) accredits courses at WHINSEC, where students are taught to use blowtorches and pliers on the bodies of civilians.
Let ACE know what you think of them supporting the criminals at WHINSEC: (202) 939-9300.
Troy University partners with WHINSEC, so you can let them know what you think of the organization: (800) 414-5756.
Regent University partners with WHINSEC, so you can let them know what you think of the organization: (800) 373-5504.
Florida Tech partners with WHINSEC, so you can let them know what you think of the organization: (321) 674-8000.
Then you can use the link below to call your representatives in the United States Congress, telling them to defund or investigate WHINSEC.
Here’s some information you can use when you tell them about recent crimes committed by WHINSEC.
You might mention that you don’t like the fact that we have more than thirty trillion dollars ($30,000,000,000,000.00) of federal debt, part of which goes to fund WHINSEC, as the burden increases more than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) every minute.
At minimum, you can stop eating the bananas that support the Banana Republics supported by WHINSEC.
As ridiculous as it sounds, the consumption of this fruit, grown by Dole and Chiquita, who could care less whether you call them, is intimately tied to atrocities in Latin America.
Those bananas are full of pesticides anyway, so they are not good for you.
If you still don’t care about torture, or poisoned bananas, or tax dollars, remember that the criminals trained at Fort Benning are creating a wave of Hispanic immigration, as illegals move into our country—and this needs to be stopped.
Visit the School of the Americas Watch, founded by Father Roy Bourgeois, a retired naval officer and priest, so you can learn more, while you click on their action items, which will put you in touch with your federal representatives regarding more particular and related issues.
And, if you really want to go whole hog, you can check out the scholarly article, below, regarding the feasibility of suing the United States Government for its sponsorship of crimes through WHINSEC.
That article has some good historical background, too.
OPERATION CONDOR never went away, and we’re paying for it.
Anything that closely associated with Henry Kissinger can’t be good.
It’s time to shut WHINSEC down.
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