Legacy of Our Veterans' Military Exposures
Justice - social, environmental, human
Protecting our veterans' children™


Justice - social, environmental, human

You must have crossed the River before you may tell the crocodile he has bad breath

Chinese Proverb
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LOVME believes in the Untied States of America
Legacy of Our Veterans' Military Exposures or LOVME believes in our Country, Constitution, Bill of Rights, and the men and women who serve and protect our way of life. We are grateful for all whom have served and sacrificed their lives to uphold the ideals preserved by our Constitution and Bill of Rights.

Our country, our fellow citizens have made a solemn promise to take care of those who have borne the battle. Yet a great injustice has been perpetrated against our veterans and their families.

This gross injustice consists of the use of our troops for human experimentation (with or without their knowledge), reckless exposures to mutagenic or teratogenic agents (without protective gear), refusing to provide timely and adequate care to our veterans, and inequitable treatment of our veterans and their families.

There are many examples of inequitable treatment of our veterans, whereby the caretakers of post 9/11 veterans are now eligible for caretaker benefits. Veterans, however, who have served prior to 9/11 do not qualify for these same caretaker benefits. Another example of inequitable treatment is the long list of birth defects recognized by VA in the children of Women Vietnam veterans and only Spina Bifida in the children of male Vietnam veterans.

LOVME's primary concern and focus is for our veterans' (unborn as well) children and their descendants who have been and will be affected by the veterans' mutagentic and teratogenic military exposures for generations to come.
LOVME believes in Human Rights and the Rights of our Soldiers
Legacy of Our Veterans' Military Exposures or LOVME believes that it is our moral duty to create awareness about how toxic military exposures are affecting our veterans' children and their families. We need to educate our elected officials and the American public about the effect toxic military exposures have had on our veterans' descendants.

LOVME also believes that our soldiers and our veterans have a right to know.

-They have the right to know if they are participating in human experimentation.
-They have the right to know what the risks are if they do participate.
-They have the right to know if they will be exposed to any teratogenic or mutagenic agents which have the potential to effect their offspring.

In the past, our veterans have not known, in many instances, that they were participating in human experimentation.

-They did not know chemical and or biological agents and or chemical weapons would be deployed either by the enemy or as friendly fire.
-They did not know the risks.
-They did not know their unborn children and descendants would become victims of the veteran's service to their country and toxic military exposure(s).

This is a moral issue of great importance which can no longer be ignored, swept under the carpet, covered up or forgotten.

Children are our future, this is a fact we all know and acknowledge. Toxic exposures that affect our veteran's descendants also effects the health of our nation which should be a concern for all citizens of our great country.
LOVME believes in Due Process of Law
Legacy of Our Veterans' Military Exposures or LOVME believes that toxic military exposures have become the norm, not only during war time, but also domestically. Unbeknownst to most Americans, the commercialization of war time technology has brought post wartime technology into every American home. This practice, of commercialization of wartime technology, has gone on since before World War I whether it was safe or not.

Our military has a very long history of using veterans for human experimentation. There are toxic military exposures or more accurately human experimentation that have occurred as far back as 1812. The affect that teratogenic and mutagenic agents can have on our soldiers and our veterans, their wives, husbands, and partners, as well as, the veterans' offspring and descendants has been ignored and covered up, and is expected to effect their descendants for many generations to come.

Therefore, LOVME strongly believes that toxic military exposures continue to take, and have taken, from our soldiers their right to procreate healthy and thriving offspring. LOVME also believes that DOD and the VA's continued use of toxins or questionable practices such as Burn Pits or human experimentation or undocumented vaccines; without our soldiers and or our veterans knowledge; without protection or even preserving their sperm and or eggs prior to service, is criminal.

Personal Autonomy is not specifically guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution, however. The U.S. Supreme Court interpreted the Constitution to protect these rights which does include procreation. CLICK HERE

The DOD has, very recently, created a pilot program that will pay to have our troops reproductive cells preserved. The purpose of the pilot program is to recruit and retain young troops especially women during their prime child bearing years. It was also created because some war wounds can cause infertility. Although it most likely did not include toxic exposures in it's original purpose CLICK HERE

Unfortunately, for our wounded troops, the cost of infertility treatment is only provided to active duty troops. CLICK HERE

LOVME believes the Department of Defense's reckless behavior does indeed violate our soldiers fundamental right to life, liberty and property. Our soldiers and our veterans, their wives, husbands, and partners as well as the veterans' offspring and descendants are denied appropriate legal procedures and safeguards, guaranteed by our Constituion, and the rights afforded us by the Due Process of Law.

The Due Process clause of the Fifth Amendment, ratified in 1791, asserts that no person shall "be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law." .
LOVME believes in Corporate Responsibility
Legacy of Our Veterans' Military Exposures or LOVME believes corporations can no longer lay waste to our environment in pursuit of the bottom line or the almighty dollar. The bottom line, for the private sector, must be redefined. We, as a society and as stewards of our home - Earth, can no longer afford to limit the definition of the bottom line to that of the dollar. Just as we can no longer consider progress, which destroys our environment or contributes to it's destruction or pollution, as progress.

There has been little headway, by the private sector, to embrace corporate social responsibility. Today, there are upwards of 85,000 untested chemicals on the market either used in household and personal care products or manufacturing. Industrial chemicals do not have to be tested unlike pharmaceuticals or pesticides. The E.P.A. has only tested a very small number of these chemicals because producers are hardly ever required to provide necessary information in order to assess safety.

The 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act requires the government to prove that a chemical is unsafe before it can be removed or kept off the market. Once on the market banning or restricting these same chemicals is so difficult that the E.P.A. has only succeeded in banning or restricting only five (5) chemicals since 1976.

- polychlorinated biphenyls
-hexavalent chromium

To learn more CLICK HERE

An unfortunate circumstance of America's Chemical Armageddon, whether it is a result of the commercialization of wartime technology or not or whether the use of Agent Orange during war time ushered in decades of unchecked use of harmful and toxic chemicals, is evident in the future of our nation; our children. According to Judy Converse's article; America's New Normal: Chronically ill kids; Over half of US children now suffer from a chronic condition, disability, or disease. CLICK HERE to read Judy Converse's article; America's New Normal: Chronically Ill Kids,

“That Action is best which accomplishes the greatest Happiness for the greatest Numbers; and that worst, which in like manner occasions Misery." Francis Hutcheson, an Irish reverend and philosopher. The popularity of Hutcheson’s philosophies helped tie the concepts of civic responsibility and happiness.

LOVME Beliefs

The Constitutional Rights of our Military Personnel

In 1963 the Constitutional Rights of Military Personnel, Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights, 88th Congress stated the following belief: “No persons should be more entitled
The Constitution of the United States

The Constitution of the United States

The U.S. Constitution established America’s national government and fundamental laws, and guaranteed certain basic rights for its citizens. It was signed on September 17,
Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty
Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility

What is Corporate Social Responsibility? A concept that encourages organizations to consider the interests of society by taking responsibility for the impact of their activities on
The Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights of the United States of America (1791)

The first 10 amendments to the Constitution make up the Bill of Rights. Written by James Madison in response to calls from several states for greater constitutional protection for
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