Tuesday, July 20, 2010


Every once in a while the truth bleeds out around the edges.

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the upcoming war in Iran are part of a policy of perpetual war. These little, never ending conflicts are created for two reasons, profit and control. The military industrial complex, bankers and power brokers all benefit from the profits generated by the financing, manufacturing and sale of war materials and they also benefit from the fear, which they translate into control (think the Patriot Act).

If you don't believe me go here to see a list of more than 70 U.S. military interventions since 1945 and ask yourself, why? The founders intended an isolationist policy and most of the people in this country would agree. So we are we always at war?

President Eisenhower warned us in his farewell address in January 1961:

The American people on both sides of the political spectrum are starting to clamor for an end to Afghanistan. We know that it's not winnable. So we'll pull out. That's one of the reasons for Iran and possibly Venezuela.

They believe that they can control this process and manage these wars in a way that causes just enough damage to keep them going without becoming so explosive that they engulf the elites. Usually they can but sooner or later they'll miscalculate. Iran may be just the place.

The Iranian government is just looking for a way to usher in Armageddon so that they can speed up the return of the 12th Mahdi. This Islamic messiah bears a frightening resemblance to the Christian anti-Christ. When the elites go to war with a country that wants a world engulfing conflagration they will bite off more than they can chew. This upcoming war may just be the real "war to end all wars".

Prepare and pray, pray, pray!

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