By Neil Foster – the Sovereign Independent –
I think anyone reading this now, even if they are new to the information on our site, would have to admit we’re going through extraordinary times.
We’re suffering financial implosion and facing poverty unseen in our countries for decades if not longer, under the guise of ‘austerity’, a planned austerity by those who control the purse strings of governments; the international banking elite.
Until recently we were involved in two wars in the Middle East under the delusion that primarily in Afghanistan, we were looking for a multi-millionaire who orchestrated the 9/11 attacks from a cave in the Tora Bora mountain ranges on the Pakistani/Afghan border.
Subsequently there followed the invasion of Iraq, allegedly to stop Saddam Hussein attacking the West with weapons of mass destruction in 45 minutes according to Tony Blair.
Neither Osama bin Laden nor the alleged weapons of mass destruction have been found to this day some 10 years on from the invasion of Afghanistan and 8 years on from the invasion of Iraq yet nobody has been held to account for the lies and deception which have led to the deaths of thousands of troops and hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians. The only casualty in Britain it would seem was Dr. David Kelly who exposed the lie of WMD’s and was found murdered in the woods close to his home a short time later.
Let’s be realistic here, the war in Afghanistan, dressed up as the ‘War on Terror’ was a distraction whilst the power elite conditioned and propagandised the public, particularly in Britain and the US, for the later invasion of Iraq; planned well before 9/11 happened.
Even the notion that the military went to hunt down Osama bin Laden is laughable if it weren’t so deadly for the tens of thousands of innocent civilians who’ve been murdered in Afghanistan and Pakistan by our so called ‘democratic’ governments, the same democratic governments who selective deafness as a justification to ignore the will of the people, their employers, who marched in their hundreds of thousands across the Western world in a vain attempt to voice their protest at these illegal acts being carried out in their names and which was ultimately futile as the puppet politicians carried out the orders of their elite masters of the parallel world government.
Now we’re becoming involved in a war on Libya which I’m sure will also lead to the colonisation, or at minimum, partition of that sovereign country into two separate states, with the public already being conditioned to the idea that Syria is the next ‘rogue state’ which must be ‘democratised’ by the West with Iran to follow.
The following passage is from a document titled: “Rebuilding America’s Defences: Strategy, Forces and Resources for a New Century”
When their missiles are tipped with warheads carrying nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons, even weak regional powers have a credible deterrent, regardless of the balance of conventional forces. That is why, according to the CIA, a number of regimes deeply hostile to America – North Korea, Iraq, Iran, Libya and Syria – “already have or are developing ballistic missiles” that could threaten U.S allies and forces abroad. And one, North Korea, is on the verge of deploying missiles that can hit the American homeland. Such capabilities pose a grave challenge to the American peace and the military power that preserves that peace.
The passage above would seem to contradict itself with its admission that;
“…even weak regional powers have a credible deterrent…”
And following that by stating that;
“…North Korea, Iraq, Iran, Libya and Syria – “already have or are developing ballistic missiles” that could threaten U.S allies and forces abroad.”
You don’t ‘threaten’ with a ‘deterrent’. You deter aggressors from attacking you. None of the countries above have invaded and permanently occupied another sovereign nation.
“The ability to control this emerging threat through traditional non-proliferation treaties is limited when the geopolitical and strategic advantages of such weapons are so apparent and so readily acquired.”
Again, a ‘deterrent’ is not a threat.
The Clinton Administration’s diplomacy, threats and pleadings did nothing to prevent first India and shortly thereafter Pakistan from demonstrating their nuclear capabilities. Nor have formal international agreements such as the 1987 Missile Technology Control Regime done much to stem missile proliferation, even when backed by U.S. sanctions; in the final analysis, the administration has preferred to subordinate its non-proliferation policy to larger regional and country-specific goals. Thus, President Clinton lamented in June 1998 that he found sanctions legislation so inflexible that he was forced to “fudge” the intelligence evidence on China’s transfer of ballistic missiles to Pakistan to avoid the legal requirements to impose sanctions on Beijing.
In this passage we clearly see that Bill Clinton lied or doctored intelligence data by his own admission, an act strangely reminiscent of war criminals, Tony Blair and George W. Bush, ‘sexing up’ the ‘intelligence reports to justify the war in Iraq which as mentioned earlier was exposed by Dr. David Kelly which cost him the ultimate price.
The interesting thing about this section of the document, an official government document, is the choice of countries seen as threat to the US and their allies.
Leaving aside North Korea, although I’m sure they’ll be targeted sometime in the future, we see that Iraq, Iran, Libya and Syria are the four countries deemed most dangerous to the ‘peace’.
Well, Iraq has already been invaded and occupied on the lie of weapons of mass destruction and is in turmoil in what appears to be a never ending horror show. A war on Iran was mooted not so long ago by the US who made accusations about the usual suspects of ‘nuclear weapons of mass destruction’ in the hands of demons. This didn’t quite stick though and that particular inevitable war has been put on hold for somewhat easier conquests.
We’ve invaded Libya under the guise of again, weapons of mass destruction, chemical weapons, human shields etc., etc., etc., with the need for airstrikes by aircraft from Britain, the US and France which are already dropping their own version of weapons of mass destruction, depleted uranium munitions, on military targets and those very civilians they’re apparently there to protect from government attack. They’re more commonly called collateral damage as part of the dehumanising process when you can’t admit back home that your ‘brave’ pilots are basically blowing to pieces innocent men, women and children in the blind belief that they’re bring democracy to them or perhaps just because they enjoy it. They are the ‘Playstation generation’ after all.
It’s all just a big plan, a big plan well worked out a long time ago. Wars don’t happen by accident.
Did anyone ask them if they wanted this fraud called ‘democracy’? No!
I’m sure they don’t like living under tyrants either, but then the West gave them those too, plus the weapons to use on them, so perhaps it would be far better for those countries to have some honest attempts to help them within their own borders without resorting to butchery at every opportunity.
What makes this war slightly different however is that, for the first time in history, the United Nations has declared war on a sovereign state with no legitimate authority to do so. It’s ironic that an undemocratic and unelected private organisation can declare war on a sovereign state on the basis of imposing democracy on that nation, which in itself is an oxymoron. If there is any legitimate form of democracy, surely it can’t be ‘imposed’?
But then again, if you have all the armies with all the weapons at your disposal, you rule the roost it would appear; so let’s not fool ourselves into believing that this new illegal war has anything to do with giving freedom or ‘democracy’ to the Libyan people. It’s simply another example of imperialistic thuggery to capture further valuable resources from the region and also to install another puppet regime to further drag a once moral people into a degraded society to amalgamate it with the already debased and debauched West.
So whilst we watch the video game that is the new war in Libya, let’s keep an eye on the coming war in Syria and the future war in Iran to ensure that the New World Order jackboot marches on.
Oh and by the way, in case you’ve forgotten, Japan suffered its biggest earthquake on record recently and the subsequent tsunami destroyed nuclear power plants leading to a cloud of radiation flowing across the planet, but we’re supposed to have forgotten that and moved onto the latest crisis now haven’t we? Whatever next? I wonder!
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