Friday, November 11, 2011

On Veterans Day, let's remember that war is a racket

"Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy." 
-- Henry Kissinger, quoted by Bob Woodward in The Final Days, 1976

kenny has said basically everything that needs to be said regarding Veterans Day, but I do want to add my two cents here. As the Jews and their puppets increase their propaganda and disinformation in an effort to launch yet another war against the innocent people of the Muslim world (this time Iran), let's all remember that war is a racket. Always has been, always will be. General Smedley Butler said it best, in my opinion.
WAR is a racket. It always has been.

It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives.

A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small "inside" group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.  [...]
Let's also remember that wars are based on lies, deception, and disinformation.  Take a look at any war throughout history, particularly in the Western world, and you will discover that every last one of them has been an utter fraud.  Lies were told to get decent American men and women to support the wholesale murder of other countries and peoples.

We are made to think that our military endeavors are noble, justified, and good.  Many in our society blindly support the troops no matter the circumstances.  And in a way I understand that perspective -- most of the men and women in uniform are good people.  That said, there is absolutely no way any rational thinking person could blindly support the policies being implemented by the military or many of it's actions, when it is clearly being used as Israel's private army.

All of the wars we've seen are a direct result of Israel and her agents of influence throughout the Western world.  The Global War on Terror was basically scripted by none other than Benjamin Netanyahu in his book Fighting Terrorism: How Democracies Can Defeat the International Terrorist Network.  Many of you know him as Binnie the Rat Nitwithayoo.


Naomi Klein has revealed in her book The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism that Israel saved it's economy after the dot-com crash in 2000 by steering it towards the lucrative Homeland Security/surveillance state/War on Terror economy, which has expanded greatly into a multi-billion dollar industry as a result of 9/11 and the wars that followed.


From page 542 of the 2007 edition of The Shock Doctrine:
The reasons for Israeli industry's comfort level with disaster are not mysterious. Years before U.S. and European companies grasped the potential of the global security boom, Israeli technology firms were busily pioneering the homeland security industry, and they continue to dominate the sector today. The Israeli Export Institute estimates that Israel has 350 corporations dedicated to selling homeland security products, and 30 new ones entered the market in 2007.
Jumping over to page 550 of The Shock Doctrine:
With the most tech-dependent economy in the world, Israel was hit harder by the dot-com crash than anywhere else. The country went into immediate free fall, and by June 2001, analysts were predicting that roughly three hundred high-tech Israeli firms would go bankrupt, with tens of thousands of layoffs. The Tel Aviv business newspaper Globes declared in a headline that 2002 was the "Worst Year for Israeli Economy Since 1953."

The only reason the recession was not even worse, the newspaper observed, was that the Israeli government quickly intervened with a powerful 10.7 percent increase in military spending, partially financed through cutbacks in social services. The government also encouraged the tech industry to branch out from information and communication technologies and into security and surveillance. In this period, the Israeli Defense Forces played a role similar to a business incubator. Young Israeli soldiers experimented with network systems and surveillance devices while they fulfilled their mandatory military services, then turned their findings into business plans when they returned to civilian life. A slew of new start-ups were launched, specializing in everything from "search and nail" data mining, to surveillance cameras, to terrorist profiling. When the market for these services and devices exploded in the years after September 11, the Israeli state openly embraced a new national economic vision: the growth provided by the dot-com bubble would be replaced with a homeland security boom.
The Jewish Daily Forward was bold enough to admit that virtually all of the anti-terror funds administered through the Department of Homeland Security's Nonprofit Security Grant Program go to Jewish organizations.
Since 2005, the Nonprofit Security Grant Program administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has provided $118 million to not-for-profit organizations to become better prepared for a terror attack. In the context of federal spending, it’s a modest effort and considered a successful one: An aide to Janet Napolitano, secretary of homeland security, recently said that he knows of very few government programs that show such “big results with small money.” [...]

There’s good reason for the Jewish community to be proud. A Forward analysis of the 995 grants distributed through the national program from 2007 to 2010 found that 734, or 73.7%, went to Jewish organizations. DHS announced its grants for 2011 in late August, and here, too, Jewish groups were the big winners, with 81% of those awards.


And we all remember all who actually pulled off 9/11, right?  And all those guys responsible for the murderous campaigns in Iraq, Afghanistan, and many other places all around the world, you remember those guys, right?  

Needless to say folks, the Global War on Terror is a complete Israeli/Jewish racket, meant to benefit Israel and those loyal to her interests first and foremost.  There is simply no other way around this.  
And just consider how the U.S. government actually treats those volunteering to fight all these wars that benefit no one other than Israel and her interests.  


Can we even pretend that the U.S. government cares about the well being of U.S. servicemen, or anyone for that matter?

So, on this Veterans Day, let's all consider these facts, and think twice before we blindly support the troops or our military or our government. They don't want you to think about these things, because if you do, you will be outraged and demand an end to all this madness.

9 comments:

  1. well said, with good source info

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  2. Penn State Has Exemption From Disclosure Law

    "When the wide-ranging overhaul of the state’s open records provisions was made three years ago, however, exemptions were included. Practically none of the revisions pertain to Penn State, the University of Pittsburgh, Temple University and Lincoln University, which have a special state-related status in Pennsylvania because they receive public financing but maintain independent administrative control".

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/12/sports/ncaafootball/penn-state-has-exemption-from-disclosure-law.html?_r=2

    Acquittal after acquittal after acquittal....

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  3. http://sfbayview.com/2011/whose-streets-oakland’s-shadow-government-presses-city-hall-to-end-the-occupation/

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  4. Paterno's kid..


    Date Nov 3

    "Because the value of a Penn State education is like a stock on the exchange. It is not a static value; our diploma’s worth is only equal to the market strength of Penn State’s reputation in the here and now".

    "An athletic scandal, an academic impropriety, exorbitant salaries, rampant grade inflation. These can quickly overtake a school’s long history of academic achievement with single selfish acts.

    But that is why Penn State – in the classroom, on the playing fields, among the most loyal alumni in the nation -- fights to do things the right way.

    Penn State is not perfect, but the university demands a standard that compels the pursuit of the ideal.

    The reputation is the work of student-athletes and coaches in all sports at Penn State. But it is also a commitment by the school’s administration and by alumni and friends understanding a culture and a way of doing things, successfully with honor.

    For years, Penn State leaders and presidents have used their platform to advance the interests of the commonwealth and the country".


    http://www.statecollege.com/news/columns/jay-paterno-penn-state-love-and-loyalty-921673/#disqus_thread

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  5. Penn State $1 BILLION in the hole...

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/moodys-may-downgrade-penn-state-debt-rating-2011-11-11?siteid=bnbh

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  6. Thanks for the links and info argh, you may considering heading over to Aangirfan's blog and posting these links there as well. I'm sure he/she/they running that blog would put them to good use!

    Nebraska is playing Penn St. in about one hour from right now. We better beat them damn it! :)

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  7. War is a jew racket.

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  8. Found this posted at the letsroll forum.

    To see how they disrespect our dead soldiers click the embedded link for landfill sites in 3rd paragraph.

    http://letsrollforums.com/9-ways-hijacked-federal-t26762.html?t=26762

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