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7/31: WAR IN ITS INFANCY

WAR IN ITS INFANCY

While I was in San Francisco speaking at the Chemtrails/Geoengineering Forum over the weekend, there were several news breaks on TV that seemed to be drumming up the fear over the vulnerability of the coast to attacks by North Korea. It seemed that every hour on the hour KTVU – the Fox affiliate was showing the launching of several missiles from North Korea.

It was like watching old Cold War propaganda and I was thinking that what I was witnessing was possibly the world war in its infancy or in utero.

The Trump Administration has already made it very clear that they will not be going to the UN Security Council with this matter because they believe that would be a dead end.

At this point, the available options for dealing with North Korea are narrowing rapidly, and direct military action appears to be gaining favor. In fact, General Terrence J. O’Shaughnessy released a statement on Saturday night warning that the U.S. is ready to use “rapid, lethal and overwhelming force.”

But an attack on North Korea would not be easy. We don’t even know exactly how many nuclear weapons they actually have, and they are promising to start launching nukes if we choose to strike them.

On January 18th, the Pentagon sent out a solicitation for a ‘non-kinetic effects’ weapon for 155mm projectiles. The weapon will be a non-explosive electromagnetic pulse artillery shell capable of wiping out ‘a wide range of electronics, critical infrastructure, and computer-based systems.’

The precision delivery of the non-kinetic effects (NKE) electronics payload close to the target allows low power operation which limits the geographical extent of impacted systems, and reduces the overall impact on the electromagnetic spectrum.

They are asking for an EMP weapon.

Who knows who this might be used on; we still have Iran, Syria, and Russia as areas of concern some are worse than others, but now the whole situation is at its nadir.

America and Western Europe finally succeeded in bringing an old Cold War nightmare to reality: their self-aggrandizing actions caused Russia and China to embrace in the form of economic and military trade deals that cut out the United States and Europe.

Meanwhile, the American media has antagonized the situation by vilifying Russia keeping in the public mind the idea that they are an adversarial nation and in collusion with our president or his advisers.

In the communities of the United States and Western Europe citizens are on edge about matters of life national security: employment, food, shelter, clothing, health insurance, and education.

Millions are unemployed or just culled from the statistical tables, forgotten. Children are going hungry. Immigrants are feeling the brunt of national anxiety/jingoism as they always do before street violence and war take place.

Deeps State events are making our government leaders look like commanders of chaos and the fragmented political parties are becoming more fragmented.

For nearly 20 years now, the people of the United States are under the deceitful perception that we are a free nation even though we are subjected to unconstitutional warrantless surveillance, warrantless detentions, and militarized police and homeland security.

Due process and justice has been whittled down to a sound bite by president Trump when he attempted to joke about police officers being too nice to suspects. He declared that they should not be too nice and rough up a suspect; once again, without a fair trial. Judges who issue out bails or bonds are now making them extremely high so that anyone accused of a crime will be bankrupt to the point of not being able to afford a fair lawyer.

This is no doubt a mess, and no matter how you lean on these ugly issues, we in the United States should be thinking about the grand dame of conspiracy theories and that is the feared globalist coup is afoot and that we seriously have to consider moves on the chess board that may make us low lying fruit for a globalist take over.

With chaos in our own government and chaos in the world, a World War would leave us vulnerable to worldwide action.

It has been well-known and documented for decades that the push for globalism is a deliberate and focused effort on the part of a select “elite;” international financiers, central bankers, political leaders and the numerous members of exclusive think tanks. They often openly admit their goals for total globalization in their own publications, perhaps believing that the uneducated people would never read them or that no one would expose their secret controlled demolition of sovereign nations.

They believe they are “chosen” either by fate, destiny or genetics to rule as philosopher kings over the rest of us. They believe they are the wisest and most capable that humanity has to offer, and that through evolutionary means, they can create chaos and order out of thin air and mold society at will.

The people behind the effort to enforce globalism are tied together by a particular ideology, perhaps even a cult-like religion that will go to any length to destabilize governments in order to show their flaws. The next phase would then be to erase borders homogenize differences and create a world bank and a world governing body.

This process of destabilizing economies and societies is not directed by the heads of the various central banks. Instead, it is directed by even more central global institutions, like the International Monetary Fund and the Bank for International Settlements.

We also find through the words of globalists that the campaign for a “New World Order” is not meant to be voluntary.

H.G. Welles, a known Fabian socialist and globalist once said of the New World Order that:

“When the struggle seems to be drifting definitely towards a world social democracy, there may still be very great delays and disappointments before it becomes an efficient and beneficent world system. Countless people will hate the new world order and will die protesting against it. When we attempt to evaluate its promise, we have to bear in mind the distress of a generation or so of malcontents, many of them quite gallant and graceful-looking people.”

All great empires and civilizations rise and collapse, history gives us an insight into such empires. If you are a historian, the collapse of America has always been predicted, however the when and how has always been a crapshoot.

In the book, 1984 by George Orwell, we can see how the collapse of any Republic happens – it begins with internal chaos, open coup and insurrection, establishing a super state and continuous war to keep society on the brink of starvation.

War maintains the hierarchical society.

The war is waged by the ruling group against its own subjects. It is warfare of limited aims between elite combatants who are unable to destroy one another, have no material cause for fighting and are not divided by any genuine ideological difference.

The ideology differences are programmed by the people into the beliefs so that we can create a scapegoat for our failures.

Furthermore, Orwell states that war hysteria is continuous and universal in all countries,
and such acts as raping, looting, the slaughter of children, the reduction of whole populations to slavery, and reprisals against prisoners which extend even to boiling and burying alive, are looked upon as normal, and, when they are committed by one’s own side and not by the enemy, they are considered praiseworthy and meritorious.

The most striking fact about the United States of America is not its supposed founding principles— but how often “the greatest country on earth” has waged war. If we count wars against internal “enemies like the Indians, covert foreign wars, and aid to other states’ aggressive external and internal wars, we can see the United States has been at war almost continuously since it broke free from Britain.

By one estimate our country has been at war 214 out of the 228 years since the Constitution took effect — that’s 94 percent of the time and there were wars during the Articles of Confederation period too.

Contrary to popular misconception, the war state did not begin in 1945.

From the start, war was an acceptable means to national policy ends, whether to open markets or to install friendly regimes. Or even to covertly establish a global power.

There has always been the shadow government, and the United States has only functioned because it has been allowed to do so under the direction of the Council on Foreign Relations and other groups that secretly control governments and their livelihoods.

Do Americans have any clue? The information is readily available, but you have to want to look for it. Most do not. They don’t want to know the truth.

Some of America’s many wars eventually lost favor with the public — Vietnam is a case in point, though not until two million Vietnamese and 58,000 Americans had perished, but the harshest thing that you can say about such wars in polite company is that they were well-meant mistakes committed in “noble causes.”

No one wishes to cause a feud over a war so we play the game of political correctness and opinions fly like bats at twilight. However we always find a way to justify our motives until Americans get so used to the routine that they become oblivious to real dangers and real threats that have a potential to wipe out an entire area.

The truth of the matter is this: what freedom has not been stolen from us, we have surrendered willingly through our silence and ignorance. As Americans, most of us have no idea how our freedoms are maintained or lost. Many are unaware of how the country operates. They think they do and it is too bad that most of us do not have the time or the energy to understand fully the machinations of fascist unethical corporate knowledge.

If you call wars “criminal;” the only application for such a charge goes to the perceived enemy and propaganda does its best to lessen the blow of the fact that governments eventually become hired executioners.

Take a look at North Korea for example in the face of sure drought and starvation – the people of North Korea see their leader Kim Jong Un as a marvelous leader akin to an external savior. No matter how hungry or tired they are they are told that their oppressors will soon meet a horrible end. Their leader promises to hunt them down and destroy them – this death pact with a leader is called blood cement.

In the same sense radical Islam is not truly practicing Islamic religious action. Their radicalization comes from the blending of blood cement and a nationalistic myth that they have fallen from once proud heights. In the same way the Nazis saw the “Blood and soil” of the Volk to be defended, many disenfranchised Muslims have found the answer to what is missing in their lives with a highly charged nationalist and radicalized Islam. In their frantic search for identity and cohesion through the world wide infidel, many Muslims find in Islamic fundamentalism the logical conclusion of nationalism, for it provides a divinely sanctioned identity and a war commanded by God Himself.

It makes the cause bigger than the individual; it glamorizes a mythical religious “glory days” that nationalist zealots drink up.

When we are told ISIS is not Islamic or Muslim, the truth is only half right. It should be said that ISIS is a zealot cult that has tapped into the erroneous idea that God is commanding them to kill in order to cement Islamic fundamentalism into the historic record.

The idea of making your patriotism a religious experience is how we can define the nationalism today and it is breeding ugly agents that wish to be martyrs in the name of God.

Even though Islam is a religion, the historic rise of Islamic fundamentalism betrays its dying reputation as the religion of peace. Even though logically we can say that not all Muslims wish to kill Jews, or Americans, the nationalist zeal within the fundamentalist Islam is destroying the religion. Out of an already divided religion and with the power of disaffected nationalism, Islamic fundamentalism was born.

In similar fashion, German patriotism was replaced by nationalist socialism. Nazis went from being a political movement, to the state religion. Making your government or political party appear to be a divinely inspired movement gives it more legitimacy in some people’s minds. Who is going to question the murder of innocent Christians or Jews if God is at the heart of it, and who is going to not participate in the culling of billions of Muslims if we are told by our government that God wills it so?

As we see with the division that is had in America today, it is not hard to understand that through a disaffected nationalism the powerful officials can breed a new warlike American that trusts no one.

War does have its uses besides making the elite more rich and powerful. It’s good for distracting the people, who may otherwise get fed up with the obvious scam we call government.

People are growing tired of the media running at the mouth about Russian Collusion. They are growing tired of hearing about how everything is running amuck. The media is shooting themselves in the foot.

The rate things are going, he only way to break the tedious news cycle is to have a war – an alien invasion or a major threat to unite the people for a war. That way the American people will go back to learning exactly why we need our enslavement.

When President Trump attacked Syria while having cake with the Chinese president, he won over a lot of people in this country he even won respect from avowed political enemies. Now those enemies have quickly gone back to hating him. Well, this teaches him a valuable lesson – that people are so angry they want him to do it again.

We are now are edging closer; getting warmer, or warming up to the outbreak of World War III, and yet most Americans seem completely oblivious to what is happening. As I said earlier North Korea conducted a missile test which proved that it now has the capability of hitting major U.S. cities in the western half of the country.

It was all I heard about when I was in San Francisco – where they saw themselves as being vulnerable.

One of my associates told me the unfortunate thing is that if we do go to war,Trump will be the man that will be blamed when history is written even though every diplomatic effort to end North Korea’s nuclear program has completely failed. From the Clinton failures, the Bush’s failures to Obama the decision is now meant to be carried out by a man that is losing support from his people.

The Chinese have shown that they do not intend to do much of anything to intervene in this crisis, and the United Nations is certainly not effective in anything else but pushing Climate Change and global sustainability and even then Trump showed them that they haven’t convinced him.

Given enough time, the North Koreans will build hundreds of ICBMs capable of delivering nukes to cities all over America, and the Trump Administration has already indicated that they will never accept this. If no other way can be found to derail North Korea’s nuclear program, President Trump will almost certainly order a military strike, and that could set off a war in which millions could die.

When it launched the missile on Friday, North Korea aimed it on a high trajectory which allowed the weapon to crash in to the Sea of Japan.

The ground range of the test was 6,500 miles, according to multiple agencies, and it had a flight time of around 47 minutes.

If the missile had been fired at a standard trajectory, it could have easily reached Los Angeles, Denver or Chicago. In other words, more than half the continental United States is now within range of North Korean missiles.

I have said many times on my program that what we were calling failures in North Koreas missile program were carefully executed successes. The failure merely created a psy-op necessary to fool the world into thinking that they were not as advanced in delivering a disastrous blow.

The red line has been crossed – the war is in its infancy and soon it will be like a toddler running through a China shop.

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Mike

Which is the more dangerous enemy, NK and L’il Kim or the American boob toob?

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