What do you do when you create an agency that’s core job is defending against bad guys, and there are no more bad guys? Answer, you make them. Imagine if you will a collection of organizations that employ up to one million people that’s core task in the world is finding threats and attacking them. Now imagine those institutions succeeding.
When it comes to pharmaceutical companies, most adults realize somewhere in their 30s that no one is interested in creating cures. They simply want to treat you at $1 a dose until you die. Consequently, they attempt to keep you alive as long as possible until you have no money to pay for their drugs, then you’re out. No insurance, relapsing health issues, and death.
When it comes to military and intelligence agencies, you have a horde of people who need wars and threats to stay relevant. If at any point in history the threats subside, there are side businesses that create them. Peaceful world powers work to divert covert funds into forgotten regions of the world to surprise the world populous with new boogiemen. Given that each new threat is handcrafted, the solution to control them is already predetermined.
Often the mercenaries or individuals convinced to be the threat are completely unaware that they are being setup for eventual annihilation. The Taliban of Afghanistan had no idea that they were going to be relabeled as a fictitious organization called Al Qaeda, and hunted like dogs. The new name was necessary, because the United States government had already done business with the Taliban, and to suddenly shift blame for 9/11 onto their backs suggested a major laps in character judgment that might have resulted in some forced resignations, but by using the new name, it was spun a as a surprise to the public. It was actually guaranteed as a surprise since the name was made up to begin with, based on a CIA database of Arab operatives, one of which was Osama Bin Laden called AL CIA-DA. If you listen carefully, you can still hear George Bush Jr. refer to them with this pronunciation.
The recent press piece suggesting an Arab Spring is part of a psychological operation to continue public support for the funding of agencies that claim to chase boogiemen. The fictitious stories are parading on all networks, and the public is expected to fund the bloated budgets of both military and intelligence as we did back in the 1950s when the Russians were said to be coming. Misguided patriotic citizens believing everything their told offer their lives shamelessly for fake threats, or threats that have been created by occupying someone else’s foreign soil.
It is time that we stop this madness of believing everything we’re told. When it happens in the private sector, it’s called a commercial, and we don’t believe that the paper towel is any better, or that the toothbrush actually gets rid of plaque any better. When the same false advertising comes through the military or government agencies to continue their charade on the world, we instantly believe it, or feel unpatriotic if we don’t. Free your mind from this ridiculous ritual of mindless tail grabbing. Have the guts to think different and free your nation and eventually the planet from their rule.
There will be agencies that will create what is known as false flag operations if we don’t immediately capitulate to their demands. They will attack their own countries in the name of their own survival. The strategy is to drive up the fears of the people to herd them into cowardice fields where their freedoms are stripped mined to the bone.
If you live in America, you’ve seen your country gutted since September 11th 2001. If you believe the made up story that Arab men attacked us on that day, then you should demand that since they’ve been eliminated, that your country be restored to its former glory. Instead, the elite bankers of Europe have kept America on a steady decline while ignorant citizens support the Patriot Act I & II and the vile Military Commissions Act that legalizes eavesdropping and torturing children.
It is time to demand that America return to its former luster. Time to demand of each other that we only buy products made in America, buy tax paying Americans. We are one decision away from becoming the envy of the world once again. Let’s make that decision one person at a time. Stand before your fellow man and say out loud, “I’m going to buy American from now on. Sorry Wal-Mart.”