VA Trojan Horse Settlement: West Los Angeles Leasing Act of 2016 | 7/12/2018 | Robert L. Rosebrock
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Yesterday, I attended a meeting at Patriotic Hall (an oxymoron) in downtown Los Angeles. It was to inform the public about the VA’s plan to give away Veterans land to a for-profit real estate developer “rent free” to supposedly build housing for a few Veterans sometime in the distant future.

There was “free parking” for the VA bureaucrats, some who flew in from D.C. to give VA land away, along with wealthy developers who were there to finagle how they could heist this land “free of charge” for 75 years. To hold such a meeting in “Patriotic Hall” is un-American and an insult beyond description.

Agenda - Veterans - Street - Parking - Parking

Keeping true to their agenda of who is important and who is not, Veterans like myself were told to find “metered street parking” and pay for our own parking.

This is a clear metaphor of the VA’s history of forcing war-injured homeless Veterans to “the street” and provide for themselves, while their sacred land inside the VA is illegally occupied by wealthy and powerful non-Veteran entities.

Yesterday - Meeting - Confirmation - Prophecy - Old

Yesterday’s meeting was the confirmation of a prophecy made by the Old Veterans Guard (OVG) on January 28, 2015, the same day the VA announced their so-called “settlement agreement.”

Without any knowledge whatsoever about the content of the VA’s to-be-released-that-same-day “settlement agreement,” we announced the Truth in the attached e-mail under the Subject title “VA Trojan Horse Settlement,” which was sent to a wide list, including those who secretly orchestrated the “settlement agreement” behind closed doors. All recipients were bcc’d.

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Also attached is the OVG’s “National Veterans Home Accord” that accompanied the Trojan Horse email.

Additionally, an attached copy of the 2015 “Principles for a Partnership and Framework for Settlement By and Between the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Representatives of the Plaintiffs - Valentini v. McDonald”

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