Four Stories This Week Prove that the War On Terror Is a Farce

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PAUL LEO FASO's picture

To understand the depth of this covert attempt to destroy America, it is necessary to understand  all of the players who had a hand in this treasonous deception.

Pour yourself a big stiff drink and sit down and follow the money all the way from before 9/11, during 9/11 and up to today with the Federal Reserve Banks' press conference.

The first link below is key to the plan and must be discerned.

The second is my answer to this attack on America.

 

http://www.dir.groups.yahoo.com/group/911truthaz/message/2541?l=1

http://www.zerohedge.com/print/365866

 

Note: additional information on link one can be found with a search of E.P. HEIDNER+COLLATERAL DAMAGE 9/11 and the additional link to the full document;

http://www.israelshamir.net/Contributors/Collateral_Damage_911.pdf

acrabbe's picture

that is a great article to describe in detail to the layman that they have been bamboozled by the fear mongers in charge. However, the fact that all of these connected tentacles like Rand Corp and Newsweek are admitting to the farcical nature of the war on terror can only  mean a few different things. ONE, we are close to some sort of surreal REAL truth commission on all of the treasonous events surrounding 9/11. TWO, we are close to some sort of follow-on false flag operation that will surely erase the near-past from the memory of the media and sheep, much like 9/11 erased the public's memory of Rumsfeld's "3 Trillion dollar theft" press conference on 9/10/2001. Three, we are close to an escalation in current war operations in the face of increasing public outcry against the ridiculous war spending. The obvious reason for this is that the war is keeping our economy humming at the margin. Think about it. Why is the US military guarding poppy fields in Afghanistan? So the black bag boys can keep shipping that shyte all over the world and funding themselves and giving the medicated people their "circuses". Thats one small example. The incremental revenues from all of the unconstitutional and disaster-focused activities around the globe (rebuilding Iraq, rebuilding Haiti, rebuilding New Orleans, all these small compared to the financial manipulations occuring within asset flows) keep money circulating around the globe AT THE MARGIN. The keynesian experiment is failing before our very eyes. We literally need to CREATE events in order to justify the INSANE level of monetary stimulus necessary to sustain a perpetual increase in total system credit. The minute total system credit begins to decline, the system implodes.

The war on Terror is a complete joke, but some real astute and educated people will never realize that. In fact, alot of people here are still blinded by their partisan-colored glasses. Guys who are all about hoarding physical silver, food and ammunition believe they are so forward-thinking, but cannot bear to admit that 9/11 wasn't committed by some saudis with boxcutters who managed to singlehandedly, seamlessly and with (mortal kombat themse music here) FLAWLESS EXECUTION, penetrate the most advanced air defense system on the planet.

The world is still run like an empire. There is no real or meaningful difference between democrats and republicans. Corporations own government. Corporations as a whole are owned and controlled by a small group of people. Take for instance the illusion of the "richest people in the world". Bill Gates, Carlos Slim, Buffet, Mittal, etc.... really?????? Just because we can count their wealth because it is in publicly traded stocks???? What happened to the Dukes, Kings, Counts and Robber-Barons of old who plundered, pillaged, taxed and conquered their way to massive riches? They are still here. Private Trusts, Private Charities, Private Endowments, Private Funds, Undisclosed Offshore Formations. Simple really. It's just too kooky for most people to wrap their head around.

It's pretty straightforward. To simplify it almost to the point of distortion you can look at it like a fight. Who has the biggest balls? No, who is the most ruthless. You cn kick my ass, but I brought a knife. You bring level 5 body armor and a .50 cal? I don't show up, go to your house and take your family hostage. You have no weaknesses? I poison you, or I feign surrender and wait for the chance to mortally wound you, even if I am gravely injured. These people have been doing this for generations. It's chess not checkers. Most of you are still playing checkers by trying to deny what's being thrust directly in front of your face. This Obama birth certificate thing is an example. Yeah OF COURSE the guy is a fucking fraud. Just like every other President! Except because he's black a segment of the population is actually taking issue with it. That will just be used against them in a Hegelian fashion and they will have helped strengthen whatever Dialectic they were trying to topple. Chess not checkers. Buying physical silver is a chess move in my book. But voting, going to town halls, etc etc. That's all checkers. Rant off.

Seriously. Orwell 1984 is only the beginning. I seriously doubt we are headed for a nuclear war. That would mean they had lost control and were annihilating their feifdom with weapons they've had for over 6 decades... they are already using weapons more sophisticated by several orders of magnitude. Scalar, psychological, holographic, nano, etc etc... conspiracy theory is stigmatized for a reason. To keep all the sheep THINKING between the lines because when you "run the world", obviously, most of what you are doing is OPERATING outside the lines.

 

MichaelNY's picture

Write to your Congressman?  Zakaria is such a NWO whore.

CustomersMan's picture

 

   Reasons For War On Terror also Include This: And By The Way,

    Neocons Plotted This Mess, And It Was NOT For Our Benefit

Congress Banned This Video: Iraq For Sale (video Link)

Filmmaker Robert Greenwald was invited to testify before Congress about his research in Iraq.  He brought a short film.  Republicans would not allow it to be shown, seeking to protect Haliburton and KBR.  We borrow 43 cents of every federal dollar for this.

Just another day in the U.S. Banana Republic.  Carry on.

Widowmaker's picture

The war on terror is a complete fabrication. The intent was anything but what was sold.

It's design is to divide (weaken) the US to implement the policing apparatus in everything the domestic citizen does.  THAT IS IT!

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

(now back to discussing Obama's birth papers)

naiverealist's picture

Comments by John Perkins, author of "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" concerning our presence in Libya:

While many of the rationalizations describe resources, especially oil, as the reasons why we should be in that country, there are also an increasing number of dissenting voices. For the most part, these revolve around Libya’s financial relationship with the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), and multinational corporations.

According to the IMF, Libya’s Central Bank is 100% state owned. The IMF estimates that the bank has nearly 144 tons of gold in its vaults. It is significant that in the months running up to the UN resolution that allowed the US and its allies to send troops into Libya, Muammar al-Qaddafi was openly advocating the creation of a new currency that would rival the dollar and the euro. In fact, he called upon African and Muslim nations to join an alliance that would make this new currency, the gold dinar, their primary form of money and foreign exchange. They would sell oil and other resources to the US and the rest of the world only for gold dinars.

 
The US, the other G-8 countries, the World Bank, IMF, BIS, and multinational corporations do not look kindly on leaders who threaten their dominance over world currency markets or who appear to be moving away from the international banking system that favors the corporatocracy. Saddam Hussein had advocated policies similar to those expressed by Qaddafi shortly before the US sent troops into Iraq.

SilverFiend's picture

Looks like Obama picked up right where Bush left off.  Syria,  Libya,  etc.  I agree with GW on this.  Bring all the troops home and put them on our borders where they belong.

Widowmaker's picture

Killing US citizens = record bonuses on fag street.

Run the regression yourself and see.

Rick64's picture

Here is Rumsfeld explaining it, this should convince any unbelievers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaxqUDd4fiw&feature=related

George Washington's picture

Well, sure ...

But you have to take into account the unknown scones ... we must invade France to dethrone and debone the unknown scones!

aerial view's picture

nice work GW. What is simply amazing is that the entire Middle East and most of the world knows what these wars are really about EXCEPT for the American shleeple (mindless sheep which remain asleep).

newbee's picture

Great post GW yet again.  Some folks think your info is too extreme and hyperbolic.  Maybe, maybe not.  If nothing else your info is a direct challenge to the status quo assuming we're a just and reasonable nation being led by just and reasonable people. 

Without these kinds of challenges presenting evidence and views, we really do become just a bunch of mindless sheep being led to whatever ends TPTB want to take us.  Screw that.  Well done, and yet another great example of information presented here on ZH I'd struggle to see elsewhere. 

The only free information exchange I see these days is blogs like ZH.  The media is a one sided agenda driven propaganda whore no more pure than what's spewed out by some third world communist state.

bankruptcylawyer's picture

the mexican zetas just punked the mexican army in a huge city wide battle right on our border. 

it was not even covered in the MSM , youre talking a pretty serious battle right on our borders!

 

giocatoli's picture

These arrogant fools can't manage a foreign policy or intelligence agency without falling into Kafkaesque bumbling, and yet there are people in the world who see a giant global economic conspiracy theory to enslave the planet?  I prefer the Occam's razor approach to analyzing global events: the people in power may be intelligent in their own little boxes, but they become so blinded by arrogance and power that little by little they fall into what looks more and more like farcical idiocy...

Go Galt. Please.'s picture

What's Kafkaesque is that the world conspiracy is run by arrogant bumbling idiots. Occam's razor ultimately shows that there is no razor; every perspective has (some) validity.

Seer's picture

Idiocy?  Hardly.  They want you to believe this, as it gives the "let's vote in a more competent batch" the mechanism for succession of TPTB's power.

Just look around and see who is profiting.  Should be clear that they are by no means failures.  They've got all our money and all our power.  Idiots?  No...

War is about conquest of resources, ALWAYS.  Such activity is always hidden behind some other facade.

dugorama's picture

generally what you say is true.  However, the evidence against George the lesser is fairly compelling... he is the only man to ever sell a baseball team at a loss, the only producer in the west texas permian basin to lose money in the 80s, etc etc.  I'm afraid "idiot" may really apply to him.

Widowmaker's picture

The only idiots were those like me that voted for that fuck head.

You illustrate one thing for certain, Bush family of fucks has nothing to lose.

vast-dom's picture

scary duplicitous shit.

and yet it's not like we didn't know this. at least now we get even more corroborating facts. It's clear that war crimes were committed and continue to be committed. it all makes perfect sense really.

string's picture

They misspelled 'of'.

 

tony bonn's picture

god bless you george, you speak pure truth and euphoniously.....

the war on terror is an artificial, contrived stage show to convince americans to abandon their freedoms and submit to draconian nonsense prescribed by the patriot act....

lies were told about the lies to justify the massive expansion of the military-industrial-bankster complex....

with the nation teetering on financial collapse, we can all say that we saw nero fiddle while rome burned....the bush-obama cacaphony of lies is total filth....

Bob Sacamano's picture

With this post info, you would think your President would have no problem getting Gitmo closed (an important platform in his campaign).   He is really weak. 

vast-dom's picture

not weak. simply part of the system.

all predicated on mendacity and profits.

trav7777's picture

well it's known now that Underwear Bomber was permitted aboard due to the National Security waiver as well.  Mfer didn't even have a passport or a visa

FeralSerf's picture

There were airport security irradiators to sell and there were sheep to radiate.  What else does one need to know?  It's all a very ugly fraud on the American people.  The real perps need to be tried for treason and waterboarded to death (it's not torture so it's OK).

Follow the money.

tamboo's picture

can i interest you in a war against little green men?

Q: THAT IS WHY HE GAVE YOU AN ENEMY'S LIST THAT WOULD BE PERPETUATED?

That's right. He repeated this continuously. He would say that starting where I entered the industry with the supposed Russian threat, but never actually existed ­ the Russians were made to be the enemy. Then there would be terrorists, Third World country threats. there would be an asteroid threat. They might even say to us to try to influence the public into believing that there are many reasons for why we should put weapons in space. There might be a reason to protect our assets in space.

But, the real one that he was always holding off on and would say again with tears filling his eyes every time he said this to me repeatedly was that the last card they are holding is the 'alien card,' the extraterrestrial card and none of them are hostile. In any way he could say those words, the intonation was always on, 'None of them are hostile. It's all a lie.' So, in other words, all the enemies that have been presented to us along the way ­ it's a lie with always the intention of seizing the high ground to keep the truth from us.

http://www.nancyredstar.com/wmd/Anti_Satellite.htm

RocketmanBob's picture

Well GW we've been over a lot of this territory before, so I won't rehash it really.

But regarding your latest "evidence" that Iraq was about oil based on evidence of post-regime change discussions in 2002?

Recall that by that point there had been more than 17 post Desert Storm resolutions warning, condemning, and sanctoning Iraq for a variety of offenses including massacring their own people.

Most everyone in the intelligence community realized that there would ultimately be a regime change, whether at the hands of outside forces or internal rebellion folowing Saddam's death was the only question.

So in light of these realities it's not unreasonable, really, to be "gaming" post regime change scenarios. At least within the realm of my experience and in my humble opinion.

Regardless of whether I agree or disagree, your post is thought provoking as always

My regards

Sabibaby's picture

Uuhhhh..... what do you think the first war was about?

You by that BS about Saddam invading Kuwait? What do you think the US would do to Canada if they start "sipping" our oil reserves by horizontal drilling under the border?

falak pema's picture

I don't buy HIS BS. But I don't BUY the US BS either : That he was a good guy when he attacked Iran and that he became a bad guy when he invaded Kuwait! Same guy, same despot. So USA is an accessory to despotism when it suits it's purpose. Without concern for Morality or human rights. That's my point. That's also the salient point that GW is trying to make in his analysis and that other guy, Rocket, challenged.

falak pema's picture

You forget that all through the Iran - Iraq war, good old Saddam was the best buddy of Saudi surrogates as of the US intelligence community; who were smarting like scalded cats for having "lost Iran" so humiliatingly. (Rumsfeld in Iraq to sell anthrax). There were no calls for war crime actions against Iraqi forces either in Iran where they used chemical weapons provided by....or similar actions against Iraqi Kurds... who rebelled during this period against Baghdad's power. So set your clock back further and you'll see that US policy, as well as UN decisions,  are as soul-less and totally greed-full as Machiavelli's treatise predicated for the ages to come.

Stuck on Zero's picture

When you have a gun in your hand everyone looks like a terrorist.

RockyRacoon's picture

I like it.  Whoever junked you is a cretin.

Come out, come out, whoever you are! 

Coward.

Clycntct's picture

"The amount we're spending is insane"

The amount we're DEBTing is insane.

dugorama's picture

one equals the other.  If we cut our DoD in half we'd cut our budget deficit in half and we'd still spend more on our military than anyone else by a large large margin.  We might have to cut our wars fought simultaneously down to single digits, however.

falak pema's picture

Well a 90% miss rate is not bad for US army security. It would be a matter of concern if it fell to 99.9%. Then they would be in dangerous territory, along with third world despots like Q-daffy. But 90% means that one out of ten may be a dangerous man, i.e; not just an innocent bystander, but a true patriot. Those guys are trouble when you invade a country!

It's worth all the effort to run a shit hole like AG just for that potential 10% factor. Max Factor that for future generations! Then you can print the legend of US liberation forces and not the truth like for Liberty Valance!

MrBoompi's picture

So I'm being told war and other military action is really just all about money and power? And all sorts of lies and propaganda will be used to justify those actions?

(Do you think I was just born yesterday?)

ZackAttack's picture

Pretty much any time you see "The War on," you can substitute "The Jobs Subsidy based on." Try it with:

- Terror

- Drugs

- Poverty

Strangely, the enemy in question never seems to be defeated, no matter how much money and how many lives go down the swirly.

dark pools of soros's picture

they are job/wealth creators - so yes they been successful

carbon's picture

wow Perfect ! Again and again,

the best damn site,

there is.

Rastadamus's picture

That's why ZH gets twenty dollars every three months from me!

The Alarmist's picture

Gee, your concluding sentence seems a bit anti-climactic when juxtaposed agaiinst the laundry list of reasons above it.

We kept Gitmo open for dissidents like you, so please don't disappoint us.

oddjob's picture

But the 'war on drugs' was such a raging success.

RockyRacoon's picture

As has the "war on poverty"!

Thank you Lyndon Johnson.

LawsofPhysics's picture

Wait, which terrorists are we talking about?  What about the financial terrorists at the Fed, Wall Street, and Washington D.C.?  Seems like this is the real front for the war on "terror".

Holodomor2012's picture

Same tribe.  Same terrorists.

falak pema's picture

Rumsfeld : now there's a name that makes my mouth water. How many ways to eat a Rumsfeld steak...Fuddruckers style...Mcdonald's double whammy, sizzling hot with chilli and beans...with garlic sauce, covered with Ben and Jerry ice...served with oyster sauce and cream of iraqi chives...peppered with anthrax colored sauce au poivre...