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Rebel Squirrel Army takes
dim view of National Guard's new
strategy to attract recruits




Well the sorrows, the suffering, the glory, the pain,
The killing and dying, was all done in vain.
For Willie McBride, it all happened again,
And again, and again, and again, and again.

Eric Bogl:
No Man's Land (The Green Fields of France)







Desperate for recruits, the Army National Guard is trying
alternative enticements for getting young people to sign up.

Apparently, college tuition aid isn't enough to make them
want to risk their lives in Iraq
but perhaps a FREE hunting license is.

A statement issued Saturday on behalf of
rebel squirrel leader, Stockton Dupres, was brief and ominous;
"If they think it's dangerous in Iraq,
just let them show up in my forest with a free hunting license!"

The rebel squirrel Army is based in the Mammoth Cave area of Kentucky.
The FBI believes Dupres runs a terrorist training camp where
squirrels from around the country come to train.
Graduates are thought to be involved in the dirty war
now being waged against squirrel hunters across the south.

Several human rights groups have discovered former pupils
are running paramilitary groups that have been linked
to kidnappings, disappearances, nut laundering and
tampering with birdfeeders belonging to several people related to hunters.

The FBI defines terrorism as "violent acts... intended to intimidate
or coerce a civilian population, influence the policy of a government,
or affect the conduct of a government", which perfectly
describes the activities of Dupres' graduates.

In addition to free hunting and fishing licenses,
the Guard is also offering pink T-shirts bearing
the words "Soldier Girl" to attract potential recruits.


to be continued...


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