henrymakow.com – Nov 10, 2019
As we observe Veteran’s Day Monday, we feature a groundbreaking 2012 documentary, “The Invisible War” which exposed one of America’s most shameful and best kept secrets: the epidemic of rape within the U.S. military.
More than 200,000 women are in the active-duty military. A female U.S. soldier in a combat zone is more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than killed by enemy fire. An estimated 500,000 men and women have been victims of sexual assault. Only eight percent of the cases have been prosecuted.
Many victims are threatened with death if they report the crime.
This film prompted U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta to announce substantial changes in policy that strengthen the prosecution of rape in the military. However, the article below indicates the problem has not been addressed.
This documentary is painful to watch. That’s why I put the trailer first. While the media is full of stories about sexual exploitation, this serious problem in the US military is largely ignored. Why? My guess is that the military is exempt from #MeToo because it serves other Illuminati agendas.
Here is the full documentary
Pentagon report shows a sharp rise in military sexual assaults The troubling statistics also show that the majority — about 70 percent — still do not officially report such incidents. May 2019
by Jen Kirby Vox
The US military is reporting a disturbing spike in the number of active-duty service members who said they’d experienced sexual assault last year, raising questions once again about the military’s handling of misconduct.