Veterans Request for American Embassy at Los Angeles VA


homelessLOS ANGELES:  The decades-long strict sanctions imposed by the U.S. Government prohibiting war-injured and homeless Veterans from entering the Los Angeles VA for the most basic of human rights – housing and medical care —  may soon be lifted.

President Obama recently announced that he has reached out to human rights violator Cuba by opening an American Embassy there, and Cuban President Raul Castro praised the announcement as a way to “develop respectful relations and cooperation between our peoples and governments.”

Correspondingly, the Old Veterans Guard is now reaching out to President Obama and requesting that he open an American Embassy at the Los Angeles VA to develop respectful relations and cooperation between our Veterans and VA bureaucrats, and further requesting a Humanitarian Relief Encampment on the Grand Lawn to provide immediate tented shelter and triage care for thousands upon thousands of war-injured and impoverished Veterans who have heretofore been banned and forbidden from entering onto this sovereign and sacred land.

God Bless America and the Veterans Revolution!


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U.S. Army, 1965-67, Schofield Barracks, Hqs., U.S Army, Hawaii. Director, The Veterans Revolution, Captain, the Old Veterans Guard, and Director, We the Veterans.
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