Monday, February 15, 2010

Wild Goose Chase Update


“Naturally the common people don't want war; neither in Russia, nor in England, nor in America, nor in Germany. That is understood. But after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine policy, and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is to tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country.”


-Hermann Goering, Reichsmarschall; Nazi Party


As the world economy teeters, Americans and others fight the Taliban, Afghan citizens, Al Quaeda, and whoever gets in the way of the world banking institutions who are hell-bent on total hegemonic domination. The storied Rothschild banking empire has cause the world much pain and is still out for more blood (Click here for an excellent concise timeline of Rothschild power including their influence in the United States). It appears they will not stop until everything and everybody is subject to their whims. It is important to remember there are only five countries left in the world without a Rothschild-controlled bank. There used to be six- until the invasion of Iraq in 2003. The remaining countries are Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Cuba, and Libya. Interestingly enough, those countries are provided the least favorable press in the whole world by the media, as they are heavily-influenced by Rothschild and their financial underlings. The five countries are subject to all kinds of surveillance and scrutiny. Sometimes, the U.S. even spearheads actions by the international community to put all sorts of pressures on those countries subverting their right to self-determination and causing their people to suffer. Currently, the U.S. is seeking economic sanctions against Iran which is an act of war.

Americans are about to find out just how badly they have been exploited. Nothing of what they thought was fact is reality. The banking institutions are trying use the U.S. military to wipe the world clear of individuality and culture and replace it with a totalitarian slave world. Patriotism, duty, sacrifice- all were tools use to exploit the soldier to achieve the ends of the elite. The United States isn't even a country. It is still a joint-stock company; a monarchical gift to subjects of the Crown. The U.S. is not sovereign, though some people will jump up and down, stamp their feet and maybe even try to physically assault you if you tell them the truth. This is why, in part, the U.S. has consistently and overtly subverted the Constitution, especially when it comes to foreign policy. Because they can. Want to go war without Congressional approval like it says in the Constitution? Don't worry; go right ahead. Get the President's support- that's all you need. The corporate press will make the rest happen.

From time to time, The National Pulse is compelled to provide its readership with a synopsis of how the war has changed, who fighting it, and most of all, who is making the most Federal Reserve Notes as they fight the abstract enemy of "terror." Afghanistan was in the cross hairs long before Intelligence operatives dropped the Trade Centers in their footprint with nano-thermite explosives. In the emotional aftermath of 911, Americans were pushed by the press to shun the investigation and irregularities and go directly to war. Though most Americans wanted revenge, few would have foreseen a U.S. presence in Afghanistan 50 or 60 years from now. Yet, that is what our leaders are convinced needs to happen. There are over 700 bases in Afghanistan- most likely in preparation for more attacks on Iran and Pakistan.


What are we doing there? Afghanistan and the surrounding hills and mountains of Pakistan have proven to be an effective training location for all kinds of war technology. Even though it is increasingly apparent that someday these violent oppressive techniques may come home to roost, Americans continue to participate in a corporate-based economy that is threatening their individual freedoms. Drones have become the weapon of choice for the Obama Administration, a truly impersonal way to fight war. Remote controlled planes, constructed by Raytheon, drop bombs from high above on unsuspecting people on the ground. Soldiers on the ground classify the Afghan people using retinal scan technology- no doubt to be introduced later into the U.S. police state.

In the latest travesty of American consent, U.S. forces, along with NATO and Afghan police, have engaged in Operation Moshtarak. Operation Moshtarak comes after the United States proposed to pay off the Taliban with $1 billion. Instead, the U.S. announced the Operation well in advance to alert any high-level Taliban who may be of use to the CIA in the future. The U.S. has no desire to eradicate the enemy. The last thing the U.S. wants is for the Taliban to desire peace and disobey civilly. Who would be left to experiment with weapons? Already, the Operation has bombed 12 Afghan civilians in their house. British chief of the NATO Defence Staff, Sir Jock Stirrup, (apparently named after the piece of cloth on an athletic supporter that stretches delicately from an athlete's ball sack, across his ass, to his waist) said that the strike might seriously inhibit the operation. The National Pulse guesses that most Taliban with half a brain won't get caught up in this street fight with the bank-sponsored, world army. They left town a long time ago. They'll return when the coast is clear because they live there. And here we go- round and round again.

This philosophical difference is seen best when Ron Paul contrasts the concepts of freedom and non-intervention with some idiot from the State department with a made-up job title. One of our favorite Dr. Paul exchanges... from the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

"I am prepared to die, but there is no cause for which I am prepared to kill."
- Mahatma Ghandi (1869-1948)

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