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I think I’m the first to break this so enjoy your last 15 minutes Zamudio, I hope your pension/school money lasted…
Poster Boy for the Army National Guard Stewart Zamudio was interviewed by a website called nocureforthat.com, I won’t dignify them with a link. Basically he says while in his uniform that…
“If you are considering enlisting DON’T ENLIST”
The interview is by David “No Nuts” Fleetwood who met with the official poster boy for the National Guard advertising campaign, Stewart Zamudio. He is so disillusioned by the corruption and incompetent handling of the Iraq War, that he is speaking out and asking people not to enlist!
Here is his original commercial for the National Guard…
“I joined the Army National Guard in April of 2000 to April of 2006. During this time I did a number of security missions in and around New York City after 9.11. My most memorable experience was helping out at Ground Zero after 9-11, which I am greatly proud of. I was one of the two soldiers who was chosen to participate in the Army National Guard Campaign for 2006-2007. Which included a New York Army National Guard Commercial, Website Interview, Theatre Commercial, Radio, and photographs.”
“I felt at that time very strongly that the President had the right idea, but the wrong delivery for the war campaign in Iraq. I fully trusted the President that he would lead us properly after 9.11, as many others have as well. I had high hopes that my Commander in Chief would lead us to victory. But he let me down, he let this miltary down, and most of all he let this country down! I never went overseas so my views are not tainted with war visions, but with war stories from fellow soldiers. My perspective on the war is somewhat coming from an angle of a new recruit.”
“That is why I am recalling my message. I would NOT join the Army National Guard at this time because the risk of getting killed or injured is too high.”
Stewart’s Message to President Bush:
President Bush, I really, really, had high hopes and trust that you would lead us to victory in Iraq. I am very disappointed with the way things have been going for our military in Iraq, and you have let me down. You have let our military down, and most of all you have let this country down. I ask of you Mr. President to look deep down inside, as a man, and ask yourself “are things really going well in Iraq?”
It’s ok to ask for help or advice from other parties, and the difference of views can only help. Keep an open mind, these are lives that we are talking about here!
Stewart’s Message to the Nation:
“In contrast to my message in the Army National Guard commercial, I ask of you NOT to join the Army National Guard. I say this because the risk of being killed or injured in combat under this Commander in Chief’s foreign policy has risen dramatically. I ask you to wait and join the Army National Guard, only when a new Commander in Chief has taken office, or when a new course of action has been taken on the battlefield in Iraq, such as a redeployment of troops. If just these changes were to happen I guarantee that the mood and the war could only change for the better. Removing a negative could only be a positive.
Ask yourself, “If President Bush was a soldier today and the Company Commander at your unit, whom you trusted with your life. And he led you into a battle in Iraq a couple of weeks before, where three of your buddies were killed? Would you trust him with your life in another battle? Would you honestly follow a leader who has failed time and time again?”
Enough is enough, there is a line that a soldier has to draw and ask himself, “Do I really want to follow a leader who wants to stay on a course of action that is clearly not working?
If this President was an officer in the United States Army National Guard and led his soldiers through a string of failed battles, he absolutely would have been demoted to a Private.”
Signed Stewart Zamudio
Here is this scumbag Stewart Zamudio’s MySpace
I can’t find anything else about how to get a hold of theis dickhole but I expect some of you may be able to help.
I have received over 65,000 hits on this story so far with help from everyone out there. Thank you so much and let’s keep fighting the good fight!
“Two counts of contempt towards officials (Article 88) – specifically President G. W. Bush, three counts of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman (Article 133)…”
This was after Watada made a speech to an antiwar group posted on YouTube.
Would this apply to poster boy Zamudio?
Related: Antiwar marine Adam Kokesh was kicked out of the Marines days early with a general discharge after he wore his uniform during an anti-war demonstration
Here is a comment on my blog from David Fleetwood who put up the video. I hope he hires Zamudo after he’s booted from the Guard…
hey- davis “no nuts” fleetwood here.
STEAWRT ZAMUDIO is a patriot. He believes his campaign will save lives.
what are you doing?
Guess what? He’s voting Democrat… click the link below for the article…
NY Army National Guard Website: Click Here
NY Army National Guard Locations: Click Here
His Branch Chief:
LTC Ronald Pettit, Branch Chief
MAJ, LTC & COL Staff Officer
(518) 272-6493 DSN: 272-6493
Zamudio’s MySpace Page: Click Here
I want to update this story but according to Google News Search
Here is another story of a scumbag soldier deserting his country and becoming a traitor…
Iraq War Vet Who Wore Uniform During Anti-War Protests Criticizes Marine Corps for Wasting Resources
Monday, June 04, 2007
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An Iraq War veteran accused the Marine Corps on Monday of causing a “disgusting waste of government resources” by holding a hearing about whether he should be punished for wearing his uniform during an anti-war protest.
Marine Corps officials argue they are enforcing military codes in the case of Cpl. Adam Kokesh.
Kokesh, 25, participated in an anti-war protest in Washington in March. When he was identified in a photo caption in The Washington Post, a superior officer sent him an e-mail saying he might have violated a rule prohibiting troops from wearing uniforms without authorization. Kokesh responded with a letter that contained an obscenity.
Kokesh is a member of the Individual Ready Reserve, which consists mainly of those who have left active duty but still have time remaining on their eight-year military obligations. His service is due to end June 18, but the Marine Corps is seeking to let him go two weeks early with a less-than-honorable discharge.
That could cut some of his health benefits and force him to repay about $10,800 he received to obtain his undergraduate degree on the GI Bill.
Kokesh’s attorney, Lt. Jeremy Melaragno, said during an administrative separation board hearing that his client’s free-speech rights are at stake.
“It has everything to do with freedom of speech,” Melaragno said. “Ask yourself, would we be here if he was advocating for the Bush administration?”
During a break in the hearing, Kokesh told reporters that the case appears to be punitive.
“More importantly, it’s a case of fraud, waste and abuse and a disgusting waste of government resources,” Kokesh said. “While Marines are dying every day in Iraq, they are spending time investigating members of the individual ready reserves for political activity.”
Kokesh was honorably discharged following a combat tour in Iraq, but he remains part of the Individual Ready Reserve, comprised of those who have left active duty but still have time remaining on their eight-year military obligations.
His attorneys said Kokesh was not subject to military rules during the protest because he was not on active duty. They said the protest was a theatrical performance, which meant wearing a uniform was a not a violation of military rules. The military considered it a political event, at which personnel are not allowed to wear their uniforms without authorization.
The Marines’ first witness, Maj. John R. Whyte, testified Monday he was the officers who wrote Kokesh the e-mail informing him the Marines were investigating the possible uniform violation.
On cross examination, the defense had Whyte read a memo he had written on how the Corps should respond to protests.
“There should be manpower assigned to search for and remediate misinformation by opposition groups and individuals,” he read.
Whyte recommended Kokesh’s discharge be “other than honorable.”
Several Kokesh supporters turned out Monday at the Marine Corps Mobilization Command and stood in front of a bus painted with anti-war slogans.
Kokesh was a reservist in an artillery unit when he became disillusioned with the war during his first tour. He said he believes there is no way for Iraq to achieve rule of law with a foreign military imposing martial law.