We live in the dark, convinced by our public media and our insincere leaders that we are heroes and freedom fighters. In reality the opposite is true: we are the plunderers, the ravagers, deceiving ourselves to do the dirty work of the manipulators who have twisted our minds with trinkets and false accounts of the people we kill and the countries we ruin in order to steal their treasures.
This is the fact we can’t get straight. One side — one entity, one organization — funds BOTH sides in all the wars.
It occurred to me the other day when I heard some paid off shill politician refer to Iran as the leading exporter of terror in the Middle East what a baldfaced lie that was. It was so typical of what Americans tell the world, and tell each other, as they live in their fictitious view of reality in which they — while committing an endless series of audacious and despicable crimes — consider themselves the heroes and everybody else outlaws.
We see the signs all around us. They are impossible to ignore. Taken to their logical conclusion, these ominous trends show that many of us are soon to be killed, erased by a monstrous mindset that is corrupt to its core and specializes in killing large numbers of people for reasons that are always phony.
We've been through this before. It doesn't matter who you vote for. Because whoever becomes the next U.S. president, the one thing he or she is certain to do is kill innocent people for Israel. And the worst of it is, our next president will kill Americans for Israel, as presidents have done ever since the days Woodrow Wilson sent Americans to die in World War I, right after the Jews created the Federal Reserve and took over the U.S. for real.
Ultimately, human civilization will come crashing down because of the lies humans have told themselves. As T. S. Eliot predicted, the crash will occur not as the result of some apocalyptic catastrophe, but rather from the disappearance of commonplace things like the water and air needed to keep us alive. You might remember his phrase: not with a bang, but with a whimper.
When I first heard that ex-Gen. Wesley Clark was calling for the indefinite detainment of people who disagreed with the policies of the U.S. government, I immediately called my travel agent. OK, they don't have travel agents anymore, but he imagines he's one. If the government was going to arrest everyone who opposed what it was doing, I would definitely need to hightail it out of here.
To those with the ability to actually think for themselves — and not simply parrot the conclusions of others because this copycat reasoning is apt to produce the most immediate short term social credibility — it should be crystal clear by now that the chief cause of strife in the world is the United States of America and its uninterrupted practice of inventing false reasons to invade other countries in order to steal their assets.
A world with no future — only lies, swindles and endless murder. Life is cheap and getting cheaper by the minute. You have no solution to what is going on in the world. Everyone is trapped in economic quicksand. The hideous sound of panic in your brain as you try to calculate what will happen in the days to come prevents coherent thinking. This is what the so-called governments want to happen. As long as people remain blind to the ugly fictions being imposed on us, there's no way to stop them.
At this point in time, the myth of the United States of America as a good and decent country has been pretty much vaporized by the constant betrayal of its own citizens and its neverending attacks on the rest of the world. I mean, with a leadership that supervised the demolition of its two tallest buildings as a pretext for making war on the world, abandoned its own people by deliberately sending most of its jobs overseas, and lastly, is about to round up and dispose of all its dissenters in the name of falsified terror threats, how could anyone with a functioning brain lend any degree of support to this political monster in Washington that is clearly and deliberately eating its own tail?