Wednesday, December 17, 2008

The New World Order - It's now official

Well it’s now official. This article in the Financial Times written by Gideon Rachman admits that world government is, for the first time in human history, plausible and achievable. The means is in place and the proponents are willing. The formation of the EU is proof that the process has succeeded in Europe. The article rightly points out that, although world government is highly desired by the elite, the rest of us are deeply suspicious (especially Aussies). For all our love of Irish jokes, the Irish have been the only people smart enough to question wisdom of giving up their sovereignty to the EU.

History would teach us that when governments have unpopular change on the agenda, they either take it in stages and hope we don’t notice (like boiling the frog), or they take advantage of war or some other crisis which gives them the mandate to make drastic change because it becomes necessary for the common good. These crises may be real, or they can be artificially generated by government. 9/11 is, of course, the most notable example in our time. Whether it was authored by Osama in a cave in Afghanistan, or Dick Cheney in the Pentagon, there is no doubt that it gave the green light to all that has followed.

Rachman, therefore, rightly points out that the current financial and climate crises are the ideal vehicles for accelerating the process of global government. No doubt, it will be sold to us as the solution to these global problems.

With this in mind, it is imperative that we do not accept the new world order as the solution to our problems. Who wants to live in a world owned and run like a corporation by the banks? We must reject that outright. Climate change is a great excuse for a carbon tax (a tax on breathing). It could also be a new global taxation scheme by stealth. If global warming is a real issue (I’m not saying it isn’t) let’s solve it with technology, not tax. The fact is that clean energy technologies have been kept from the world to help create the very crisis we are experiencing now. Control of the world via the oil supply is the real agenda of the elite. If free energy came onto the market tomorrow, their stranglehold would be instantly dissolved.

In response to the financial crisis, we don’t need world government as the solution. What we need is to have the irresponsible banksters be called to account for their systematic looting of the world economy and the US Federal Reserve Bank needs to be taken out of the control of private interests and given back to the people/government. As it stands, Dracula is in charge of the blood bank.
With every crisis and solution, ask yourself, how does this further the one world government agenda. Once you start joining the dots, you will see the hidden agenda emerge. From a position of knowledge, you then have the choice to resist.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Christmas has come early!!!

Yes, Santa has arrived early this year! This incident happened during a recent press conference in Iraq.
Must see video!

Seriously, read the transcript of what this journalist is shouting whilst he's throwing his shoes at GWB. He's doing it to protest the thousands of innocent Iraqis killed as a result of the war. No doubt he's probably lost family and relatives personally.

The journalist might have lost his shoe, but George Bush has lost his soul. (please forgive me for that)

Saturday, December 13, 2008

US Warfare Budget Insanity

If your next door neighbour spent more than half his income on erecting fences, installing burglar alarms and buying guns, and what’s left over on the essentials like health, education, vehicle and food, you would conclude that the neighbour was either mentally unstable or irresponsible. Yet this is a picture of the current US budget (ignoring the bankster bailout for the moment)

The current budget for 2009 military spending is $1.4 trillion ($1449 billion). Such figures are hard for us to comprehend. Even harder to comprehend is that whilst the financial crisis was beginning to erupt a couple of months ago, increased military budget requests were being submitted to Congress. That’s like our neighbour buying a new Abrams tank for his driveway whilst facing foreclosure notices from the bank because of mortgage default. This situation is clearly unsustainable and irreparable because it is based on insanity. Even China and Russia's spending combined doesn't come anywhere near what the US is spending.

Today we are witnessing the collapse of the US as a result. No amount of "bailout" or "stimulus" packages can revive this burst balloon. Unfortunately as the US goes down it shall drag the rest of the world down in its wake. Until you see a change in policy regarding spending on war, there is no hope.

Eisenhower warned us about the "military-industrial complex".

"In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the militaryindustrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist."

He found out during his presidency how this section of industry was developing within the US into a monster with an insatiable appetite. He experienced first hand the political influence that is generated by industry that has at its base a need for perpetual war or fear of war to justify its own existence. Isn't it in their interest to have a world at war to generate customers and sales? Every war is a sales opportunity. Where there is peace, starting a war by some false flag event becomes a marketing exercise. The "war on terror" is the perfect sales generator, a war without end with an enemy that cannot be identified. The banks lend the credit for this crazy spending and get the interest. They will even lend to both sides of the conflict! What kind of people can rejoice in the human misery of war because it's good for business?

Could the collapse of America be a blessing in disguise for the world?

Friday, December 5, 2008

Indian 9/11

What happened in Mumbai on 26th November? Who are the “terrorists”? What did they hope to achieve? Who benefits?

If anything has been learnt from 9/11, you cannot take the mainline interpretation on any terrorist event at face value. Bear this in mind as the mainline news spins this to suit the various political agendas of the major players involved.

Regardless of who really is responsible, each major player has the opportunity to accuse and condemn whoever is the most convenient suspect. India has an interest to blame Pakistan. The Pakistanis have vigorously denied responsibility. This attack would give them the excuse to retaliate against Pakistan. These countries have been at eachother’s throats for years. Alternatively, the US would like an excuse to go into Pakistan on the premise of fighting the “war on terror” with the real agenda of growing the American empire. This is the same ploy used to capture Iraq and Afghanistan. Perhaps the US will offer to hit Pakistan on behalf of India in exchange for the spoils of Pakistan. Read this article.

The US need another fresh war front to keep the military-industrial complex well supplied with fresh orders for armaments. The US economy depends and relies on this cashflow from war, especially during the economic crisis.

Did you notice how Al Qaeda was the first to be accused of responsibility? Then another Islamic extremist organization called Lashkar-e-Tayyiba has been accused, but they have vehemently denied complicity. One commentator remarks that one of the gunmen was wearing an orange wristband, which is a Hindu traditional ornament. Muslims are apparently forbidden from wearing such symbolic ornamentation. One Pakistani commentator believes India tried to do their own version of 9/11 but botched it badly. Bollywood is no match for Hollywood!
Remember the previous comments of Colin Powell and Joe Biden predicting a “generated crisis” to occur in time for the inauguration of Obama on Jan 20-22. Is a nuclear India/Pakistan war what they had in mind?

2009 is gearing up for severe turbulence. Fasten your safety belt.