Friday, May 17, 2013

Connect the Dots and They Lead Here

     Endless war.  That's it.  That's the plan.  The tactics?  Ever diminishing civil liberties in the 'dominant' nation(s) in order to keep us 'safe' from the enemy, en route to destruction of the weaker backward nations via high-tech ordnance, 'fire sales' for the transnational corporations/banks to buy up what's left of the nation(s) devastated by war, herd the people of all nations into urban centers for their own protection, cull the herd through 'vaccinations' and feeding them GM food, and finally, after repeating the cycle as many times as necessary, we incrementally arrive at the goal.  A new world order oligarchy brings 'peace' for the few hundred thousand people left alive.

     Here it is in black and white:

     On Thursday [5/16/13], the Senate Armed Services Committee held a hearing on whether the statutory basis for this "war" - the 2001 Authorization to Use Military Force (AUMF) - should be revised (meaning: expanded)...
     That the Obama administration is now repeatedly declaring that the "war on terror" will last at least another decade (or two) is vastly more significant than all three of this week's big media controversies (Benghazi, IRS, and AP/DOJ) combined. The military historian Andrew Bacevich has spent years warning that US policy planners have adopted an explicit doctrine of "endless war". Obama officials, despite repeatedly boasting that they have delivered permanently crippling blows to al-Qaida, are now, as clearly as the English language permits, openly declaring this to be so.

Read it here in Glenn Greenwald's article  "Washington gets explicit: its 'war on terror' is permanent".



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