Friday, January 10, 2014

Blowback in Fallujah, 10 Years Later

"History will be kind to me for I intend to write it."
-Winston Churchill
As the world tumbles forward, inching closer to something, marked by moral epiphanies and collapsing economic bubbles, it is helpful to remember instances in the past and how past events relate to the present and the future. 
Sirte, Libya, October 2011

The physical world is being consumed at a frightening rate driven by unquenchable greed.  All that is life-  nature, humanity continues to suffer incalculable loss due to the evil ambitions of  a few warped minds.  After a century of warfare mostly orchestrated to happen by a singular evil, the tide is turning once again-  this time, the rifles are pointed at everyone who isn't on the side of the economic winners.  To accomplish this seemingly impossible task of subjugating everyone and everything, the evil forces have sought to monopolize the entire planet with a steady onslaught of psychological fear and economic pressure to achieve compliance.
"Now is the winter of our discontent."

-William Shakespeare
 This week the North Pole came to the United States and froze nearly the entire continent of North America.  Winter is, indeed, bleak.  Most years, the promise of the spring offers solace to the weary.  However, with a cascading economy shrouded by lies that protect greed and power,  the outlook is negative, to say the least. 

The most frustrating part, for The National Pulse, is the dreadful slowness of the people to realize what is being done to them over and over by greedy psychopaths.
JP Morgan Chase bank won't be criminally prosecuted for stealing, either concerning the Bernie Madoff hedge fund Ponzi scheme, nor for owning the parking meters in the city of Chicago from which they steal every day.
The police state that has flourished in a paper money Ponzi scheme now is its own judge and jury, absorbing the surviving raiding soldiers from the fields and cities of Afghanistan and Iraq.  And so today, the U.S. domestic police force operates very similarly to the hired guns from the most recent wars-  do your job with blinders on, when in doubt kill everyone not wearing a costume.     
Certainly the totalitarian forces have had no desire for the greater public to question their brutal tactics or motives and so their presstitute minions helped lie, cover up, and deceive as each moment prepares them for their next assault, takeover, injustice, and bloodbath.
8"The way of peace they know not; and there is no judgment in their goings:  they have made them crooked paths:  whosoever goeth therein shall not know peace.  9Therefore is judgment far from us, neither doth justice overtake us:  we wait for light, but behold obscurity; for brightness, but we walk in darkness."
- Isaiah 59  
Since history is written by the victors, events have to be pored over and examined by objective eyes.  The victors-  the totalitarians-  are adept at covering things up, hiding truths, and influencing public sentiment to support their next transgression.
The U.S. war machine has been instrumental in destroying all rules pertaining to autonomy and security.
Many still remain incredulous to the fact that the people in the Middle East, who were attacked because of lies, don't want their help and hate them for destroying the land of their ancestors.
This week, the Iraqi people reclaimed Fallujah.
 "I don't think anyone had the grand illusion that Fallujah or Ramadi was going to turn into Disneyland, but none of us thought it was going to fall back to a jihadist insurgency. It made me sick to my stomach to have that thrown in our face, everything we fought for so blatantly taken away."
-Adam Banotai, a former Marine sergeant and squad leader involved in the 2004 invasion of Fallujah
The only thing gained be the U.S. invasion of Fallujah was pain.  Pain on both sides created by imperialist meddlers, inhuman automatons brainwashed by evil masters determined for world domination.
The invasion of Fallujah was a reaction.  The United States Marine Corps, made up of enlisted soldiers, raided the city in retaliation for the murder and mutilation of 4 private military contractors receiving $600/day to invade a foreign country and create a structure by which the people could be more easily controlled and exploited.  One of them happened to be the great-great nephew of  one of the first Globalists, Elihu Root.

On March 31, 2004, the contractors were dragged from their car, their bodies burned and hung from a bridge over the Euphrates River. The following months saw the most intense urban warfare since the war in Vietnam.  The U.S. finally assaulted and re-captured the city in November with a classic hammer and anvil strategy, blocking all highway exits and bridges while tanks and humvees attacked from the north.

War is ugly but Americans, in general, have a distorted view of war. Would Americans have supported an all-out genocidal offensive, shooting up mosques and medivacs?  Would they have consented to preventing the escape of civilians and snipers killing them as soon as they went outside?  Would they have consented to preventing Iraqis from collecting and burying their dead and caring for their wounded?

For some, still wandering in their clouded world of "American exceptionalism" it must seem as if theses things happened and have passed.  This idea is as naive as believing 19 hijackers planned the 9/11 attacks all by themselves.  The truth is all these transgressions, the mix-ups of standard operating procedure, and unclear rules of engagement have been and continue to compact into one giant snowball that will one day have to be reckoned.        

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