False flag terrorist attacks serve imperial interests. Pre-9/11, Project for the New American Century (now the Foreign Policy Institute) neocons explained a “catastrophic and catalyzing event…like a new Pearl Harbor” was needed to advance US hegemonic aims.
Well documented post-9/11 horrors need no elaboration. Rules of engagement changed from rule of law observance to anything goes, still in force. America’s war on Islam continues, likely about to be revved up post-Paris attacks – the most significant false flag attack since 9/11. Are follow-up ones planned in other Western cities, maybe one or more US ones? Does Israel plan one internally to justify even greater terror war on Palestine?
The die is cast. The risk of global war is greater than any time since Hitler invaded Poland in September 1939 – on or about the day I entered kindergarten at age five with no idea what happened or was about to unfold in the months and years ahead.
Today’s super weapons make make the risk of global war too horrific to contemplate, destructive enough to end life on earth in short order. Lunatics in Washington make the unthinkable possible. Their rage for unchallenged global dominance may kill us all.
Media scoundrels are part of the problem, not the solution. A scurrilous Monday CNN report hyped the nonexistent threat of ISIS attacking Washington. Why they’d attack their paymasters was unexplained.
Yet an unverified fear-mongering video now circulates online with characters dressed as militants, one stating:
“We say to the states that take part in the crusader campaign that, by God, you will have a day God willing, like France’s and by God, as we struck France in the center of its abode in Paris, then we swear that we will strike America at its center in Washington.”
A 9/11-type repeat remains very possible, state-sponsored if happens. Pointing fingers the wrong way is longstanding US policy. Go-along media scoundrels feature as fact what demands exposure and condemnation.
Hype like The New York Times headlining “Obama Says Strategy to Fight ISIS Will Succeed” leaves unexplained why over a year of US bombing Iraq and Syria destroyed zero ISIS targets.
Are American pilots inept – or do rules of engagement stipulate striking only Iraqi and Syrian targets? The Times and other media scoundrels suppress what’s vital to know – perpetuating the myth of Washington waging war on ISIS, a Big Lie now featured throughout the major media.
A Final Comment
In one-on-one conversations I had with several intelligent people I know, they expressed shock about my explanation of 9/11 and last Friday’s Paris attacks – information they heard nowhere else.
A small group isn’t a representative sample, yet shows the effectiveness of state-sponsored propaganda, featured in daily major media reports and public statements by US and other Western officials.
In today’s computer age, it’s simple getting accurate information everyone needs to know – with minimal effort. Yet too few people try staying informed on important issues affecting their lives and welfare. It’s simpler watching television reports, accepting willful misinformation as hard truths.
With attribution and apologies to Edmund Burke, “(t)he only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for” ordinary people to believe what they see and hear on television, as well as read in establishment publications.