The "Cold Reality" Of The Post-Paris World: The "Freedom-Promotion Agenda" Has Failed

Tyler Durden's picture

Einsteinian insanity is a defining characteristic of US foreign policy - and that goes double when we’re talking about the Middle East. 

You see, America loves democracy so damn much, that the US is fully prepared to impose it upon recalcitrant countries by force. Sure, that may seem oxymoronic, but it’s really just well meaning paternalism. After all, what better way to endear the local population to an occupying force and sow the seeds for the establishment of democratic institutions than to come in shooting after you’ve leveled a couple of cities with cruise missiles and airstrikes? 

Of course not all autocratic regimes are subject to America’s “democracy at gunpoint”. The Saudis, for instance, get to promote Wahhabism and push the same brand of orthodox Sunni Islam that ISIS and al-Qaeda espouse free from US meddling because, well, because they’re an “ally”, because they’ve got all the oil, and because they’ve helped the US perpetuate decades of dollar dominance. As long as they can afford to provide subsidies to the masses in an effort to effectively bribe the public out of staging a popular uprising, everything will presumably be fine.

Other countries haven’t been so lucky and the results have been a disaster.

America’s effort to rid Iraq of Saddam ended up transforming the country into an unstable Iranian colony plagued by sectarian violence.

Libya is a lawless wasteland in the wake of Gaddafi’s death.

Egypt has completely roundtripped and is now run by a former intelligence chief for Hosni Mubarak meaning that i) the entire “democratic” interlude touched off by protests during the Arab Spring was completely pointless, and ii) the loss of life in the countercoup which ousted Mohamed Morsi was entirely avoidable. In other words, if we were just going to end up with a Mubarak disciple, then why did we bother? Morsi has since been sentenced to death.

Now, Washington, Riyadh, Ankara, and Doha have helped turn Syria into what UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon recently called “the worst circle of hell" and were it not from Russia and Iran's interevention, Damascus might have already fallen.

What do all of these things have in common? They all represent failed attempts on the part of Washington to engineer democracies and influence the political future of sovereign states either by coercion or outright military force.

Put simply: that approach never works. Ever. And this fairy tale you'll hear (see here for instance) about how things would be fine if the US would just send in 30,000 troops to subdue ISIS and back down the Russians on the way to holding "internationally recognized democratic elections" is the worst kind of nonsense. First, it completely overlooks the fact that the Iranians will fight before they'll stand aside and let Assad be "voted" out, second, you can't hold democratic elections in a warzone, and third, it's not entirely clear that the US has completely thrown in the towel on the idea that if the Saudis and Qatar can just keep the various Sunni extremist groups battling the regime in the fight for long enough, there might still be hope that the Russians get bogged down and eventually lose. 

Here’s what Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard - who on Friday tabled legislation designed to force the CIA into giving up the “illegal” effort to overthrow Assad - said last week when asked about whether the US should attempt to intervene when an autocratic government is oppressing its people:

"People said the very same thing about Saddam (Hussein), the very same thing about (Moammar) Gadhafi, the results of those two failed efforts of regime change and the following nation-building have been absolute, not only have they been failures, but they've actually worked to strengthen our enemy."

It’s with all of the above in mind that we bring you excerpts from “The Cold Realism of the Post-Paris War on Terror,” an article by Emile Simpson originally published in Foreign Policy. As Simpson convincingly argues, “the time for supporting democratic regime change across the Muslim world is over. It's accept Assad and his like, or embrace the chaos.”

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From  “The Cold Realism of the Post-Paris War on Terror

While the Paris attack provides a fresh impetus for the West to defeat the scourge of radical Islamic terrorism, it also shows how profoundly the post-9/11 war on terror has failed. After all, haven’t jihadi networks massively proliferated since 2001, leaving Western capitals and cities across the Muslim world perpetually on edge, poised for the next fresh carnage? Post-Paris, the war on terror won’t be part of a neoconservative project to remake the world in our own image, but a Burkean conservative posture that accepts the devils we know.

The Paris attacks will impose a cold strategic clarity. Whatever the objective threat, the West cannot tolerate the humiliation of terrorist attacks from an enemy that, so far, it has merely sought (and failed) to contain. For all the self-congratulatory talk of “historic” progress at the recent diplomatic talks in Vienna, a “political solution” cannot fix the problem of ISIS and hard-line Islamists — for neither Washington nor Moscow would ever accept a negotiated peace with them. The territory they hold must be cleared and held by infantry. But whose infantry? The Kurds can retake only so much ground, given their limited resources and lack of desire to expand substantially beyond ethnically Kurdish areas. Non-Kurdish rebels are small in number and fragmented. And in many cases their “moderate” credentials are dubious, at best.

That leaves the West, Russia, or the Assad regime and its Iranian proxies.

There’s no chance the United States, France, or NATO wants to hold ground on its own, or back Assad. So scratch the first option from that shortlist. Handing the moral and military quagmire over to the Russians — who will, in turn, back the Syrian Army — begins to seem like the only option.

Assad’s fate is a weathervane for the future of the wider war on terror. Syria has, in three respects, turned into the graveyard of the post-9/11 phase of this conflict.

For one thing, U.S. policy towards Syria begins to dispel the notion that the war on terror is part of a broader freedom-promotion agenda. In hisaddress to Congress on Sept. 20, 2001, then-President Bush defined the war on terror as a moralizing revolutionary project. The refrain was still alive six years later. “This war is more than a clash of arms — it is a decisive ideological struggle,” Bush said in his 2007 State of the Union address. “The great question of our day is whether America will help men and women in the Middle East to build free societies and share in the rights of all humanity.”

And what is Washington’s bipartisan answer to this “great question of our day,” from the perspective of 2015? A decisive “no,” unless you think that the Abdel Fattah al-Sisi regime in Cairo, which holds up to 40,000 politicalprisoners in its torture-ridden jails, is allowing Egyptians to share in the “rights of all humanity.” Or, perhaps, that our trusted ally Saudi Arabia doesn’t actually have a rancid human rights record after all.

Syria makes plain that we don’t, actually, have an alternative to Assad. Yes, the Syrian strongman himself may well ultimately be “transitioned” out of power, but his repressive regime will stay intact. Whatever Assad’s personal fate, dissolving his regime means removing any vestige of state order that remains in Syria, and replacing it with even more chaos. And surely we’ve learned by now that things can always get worse. Syria merely confirms the lesson the West should have learned from Iraq: that the freedom agenda in the Muslim world is dead.

Second, we now know that the notion that regime change leads to a better democratic or a humanitarian outcome is decidedly false. From Iraq, where the West tried a heavy footprint strategy, to Libya, where it opted for a light one, the idea that Europe or the United States can actually execute democratic change by force has been exposed as a fallacy. In Iraq, $2trillion dollars, over 4,000 dead Americans, and over 200,000 dead Iraqis created a country run by an Iranian puppet who turned out to be a vicious sectarian maniac. In Libya, we simply have chaos, with much of the state run by hard-line Islamists.

Those who say the United States should have intervened in 2011 to topple Assad are left having to explain either how they could have rallied U.S. public support for an Iraq-like occupation and rebuilding of Syria, or, in the absence of that, how Syria would have avoided Libya’s fate.

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Truther's picture

Exactly. It's the Wolfowitz Doctrine. Basically engineered by ISIS... Errrr, CIA, backed by Agenda 21, and executed by the Zionists. The not so true Joos of Israel, AIPAC and the CFR.

Bay of Pigs's picture

PNAC: Project for the New American Century

Founded by Kristol and Kagan in 1997. Rumsfeld, Cheney were members as well as Wolfowitz. Replaced in 2009 by the Foreign Policy Intiative (FPI) with the same cast of warmongering Neocons.


Noplebian's picture
Noplebian (not verified) Raymond_K._Hessel Nov 22, 2015 5:48 PM

Serious Stuff!

The truth summed up using m&m's......


A Lunatic's picture

Only a fool would believe the goal of the U.S. has been to Democratize these countries......

Truther's picture

Yeahhhh, that would count for about 90% of the local sheeple.

curbjob's picture

"Only a fool would believe the goal of the U.S. has been to Democratize these countries...."


The 51st state couldn't exist as one founded on the chosen religion if it was surrounded by democracies  .. hence perpetual war. 

XitSam's picture

Democracy is majority rule. ISIS has the majority in their territory and so they get to throw gays off tall buildings.

Luckily I live in a Republic where minorities are protected from things like being forced by the government to buy commercial insurance.

Soul Glow's picture

US foreign policy is moronic at best, but in my opinion it is evil.  Corporate sponsered terror to keep Wall Street profits high.

But for the sake of arguement, it is moronic at best.

Salah's picture

same old bullshit-for-brains strategy W pursued, only re-packaged by Choomboy & Co.

Mooslims cannot be civilized; they spend too much time procreating with their step-sisters & 1st cousins

Francis Marx's picture

Now the mainstream can see how the rest of the world see's the US government.. joke

buzzsaw99's picture

saudi arabia is one of the usa's greatest achievements in democracy /s

Truther's picture

Sure Buzz, along with their Human Rights Head Chopping Block for the last 100 years. Fuck anyone whose last name is Bin Saud.

buzzsaw99's picture

yeah but those sauds are staunchly religious even as they take drugs and commit sexual assaults in the usa. hookers and blow bitchez.

buzzsaw99's picture

oh and terrorism, they are in charge of that shit too. our friends, the sauds.

Truther's picture

Amazing what the green backed toilet papered petro dollar can do, isn't it?

Yen Cross's picture

 That was a really good article.

JustObserving's picture

America is a fascist, police state.  And it professes to promote democracy.  Which country has benefited from the Neocon killing spree of the last 25 years save for America, Israel and some Western nations?

The Deep State runs everything in America since at least Nov 22, 1963.  Kennedy promised to shatter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds.  Instead, the CIA shattered his brains into a thousand pieces.

Essay: Anatomy of the Deep State

There is the visible government situated around the Mall in Washington, and then there is another, more shadowy, more indefinable government that is not explained in Civics 101 or observable to tourists at the White House or the Capitol. The former is traditional Washington partisan politics: the tip of the iceberg that a public watching C-SPAN sees daily and which is theoretically controllable via elections. The subsurface part of the iceberg I shall call the Deep State, which operates according to its own compass heading regardless of who is formally in power.

Who rules America? 


The secret collaboration of the military, the intelligence and national security agencies, and gigantic corporations in the systematic and illegal surveillance of the American people reveals the true wielders of power in the United States. Telecommunications giants such as AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, and Internet companies such as Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter, provide the military and the FBI and CIA with access to data on hundreds of millions of people that these state agencies have no legal right to possess.

Congress and both of the major political parties serve as rubber stamps for the confluence of the military, the intelligence apparatus and Wall Street that really runs the country. The so-called “Fourth Estate”—the mass media—functions shamelessly as an arm of this ruling troika.

Raymond_K._Hessel's picture
Raymond_K._Hessel (not verified) JustObserving Nov 22, 2015 5:40 PM

Always enjoy your posts and your ability to not get embroiled in exchanges with hasbaragandists, et al.

This is somewhat but not entirely off topic but should interest you and what few libertarian types remain here

trader1's picture

i'm afraid of americans.

god is an american.

Normalcy Bias's picture

Washington has freed millions in the Middle East from this Mortal Coil.

zaphire999's picture
"The "Freedom-Promotion Agenda" Has Failed"

Me and dad are watching "The Man In The High Castle" series.  So far so good, and dad gets talking about his posting in Germany during the early '70's.  He says he knew ex SS officers and used to drink with them.  My dad has met some interesting people on his travels ..

Anyway, he says the thing about the SS officers is that they were elite soldiers who were proud of their occupations.  They were equal to 3 American, 3 Brits, 5 French etc.  That's how they compared themselves.  Efficient.  Ruthless.  Precise.  Exact. 

So, in their minds they were working hard to win a war for their freedom.  Fast forward today.  German politicians are now overlords of the greater European inner political sanctum.  There is no freedom here.  No democracy, no voting, no nothing.  On the morning political show, we hear that European politicians decided policy about forcing European states to accept refugees.  Didn't know that.  Never got the vote.

With regard to my point about the Nazi's and freedom, well the SS officers wanted to be SS officers and were proud to do so.  They believed in what they were doing.  Rightly or wrongly based on the propaganda being dished out at the time.  But they were proud. 

Is there anybody in their right minds today, that can actually say they are proud of their society? Proud of what their country is doing?  Proud of their work and how it benefits the greater good?  In our society, unless you are screwing someone you are being screwed. This is our version of?

The "Freedom-Promotion Agenda"

We can all sleep in the knowledge that none of us are actively working with each other for a common greater goal.  How great is that?

Normalcy Bias's picture

There is a tiny minority of certain people who have gained control of positions of governmental, media, and financial authority who are actively working against the interests of the vast majority of western peoples.

THE DORK OF CORK's picture

The objective is to create a world of refugees without connection to home and hearth.

To have a rudderless population.

To achieve this they must destroy the treaty of westphalia world of national capitalistic monopolies

Not a fan of such a structure myself but clearly they wish the entire population be pushed down to the 9th circle of the modern market state.

These guys are bad on a level unimaginable to most



Normalcy Bias's picture

Yes, Soros' "Open Borders" agenda. Make citizenship so worthless, meaningless, and even disadvantageous that people want to join the NWO.

THE DORK OF CORK's picture

Judging using these parameters the wars such as Vietnam etc have been a wild success.

Instead of Vietnsmese living and working within the closed loop of village life they are now very much part of the money economy,  making t shirts and the like for the global market.


This is a very old story.

When the capitalists took over England in the 15th and 16th century they burned Ireland to the ground in a sort of holy puritanical war.

The objective was to turn Ireland and the world into a ranch.

To Destroy village cooperation

To destroy the commons.

Finance capitalism is at its root a game of power concentration for the sake of concentration.

It is not a feudal equity opening type of ownership.

They have no skin in the game of long term husbandry.


Radical Marijuana's picture

"Finance capitalism"  is the wrong label, although it is commonly used, for instance, by Carroll Quigley or G. Edward Griffin:

"... powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching goal, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole ..."

-- Carroll Quigley

G. Edward Griffin -- The Capitalist Conspiracy

... I do NOT LIKE the title of that documentary ...

It is NOT "Capitalist," but rather what happens to
'capitalism' after fraud and murder take over that.

The international banksters of finance capital
operated through methods of organized crime,
to legalize the fraud of private banks making
"money" out of nothing as debts, which was
NOT "capitalism," nor even any adjectives
which modified that word of "capitalism!"

It is a fascist plutocracy conspiracy, where the
primary source of the wealth of the plutocrats is
the ability to make money out of nothing as debts,
while governments forced everyone else to agree.


All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars


Not only is the correct analysis based upon understanding the principles and methods of organized crime, but also any realistic resolutions to those real problems demands the same deeper analysis. 


silverer's picture

The criminals plans aren't working out?

Radical Marijuana's picture

The article above makes the same mistakes as this one: Ending Blowback Terrorism. Therefore, the same comments I posted under that apply to the article above.

It is RIDICULOUSLY superficial analysis to accept that there was ever “the time for supporting democratic regime change." Every "regime change" has been directed at advancing the international bankers' agenda, which is carried out become they already almost 99% dominate NATO countries, and direct their political puppets in those countries to about the same degree, while they almost to the same extent are able to have enough of the masses of muppets not bother to learn about what is really going on and why.

As JustObserving already pointed out above, there is a Deep State Shadow Government controlling what the public governments of NATO countries are doing. That core of organized crime is surrounded by layers of controlled opposition groups, while there is practically no publicly significant actual opposition. Instead, we are watching the excessive successfulness of controlling civilization by applications of the principles and methods of organized crime become runaway criminal insanities.

The ruling classes were always relatively psychopathic, however, an exponential progress in physical science has enabled the ruling classes to apply the resulting technologies to become better at backing up lies with violence, and thereby driven the ruling classes to have become more and more psychotic psychopaths. Since there is almost NO genuine opposition, there appears to be nothing to prevent civilization from automatically continuing to become more criminally insane, since the ruling classes will automatically become even more psychotic, while there will continue to be almost nothing but controlled opposition that presents the illusions of resisting that, in ways which are based upon the same old-fashioned dualities of false fundamental dichotomies and the related impossible ideals, which will continue to backfire badly, and cause the opposite to happen in the real world (which is NOT an unintended accident.)

The degree to which the dominate sociopolitical systems suffer from "Einsteinian insanity" is far GREATER than the article above appears to be able to even consider is the case! It was NEVER the actual case that there were efforts by "Washington to engineer democracies." Rather, there are efforts to try to consolidate the global hegemony of the international banksters, who already recaptured control of the the American Government more than a Century ago. All NATO countries are dominated by the same ruling classes, and the Anglo-American (Zionist) Empire is the leading edge of that overall situation, so that the USA and NATO effectively work to advance the interests of globalized ruling classes, which were primarily the international banksters.

OF COURSE, "we now know that the notion that regime change leads to a better democratic or a humanitarian outcome is decidedly false." However, it seems to me that only someone who was sufficiently ignorant of the deep history of the Deep State Shadow Government, and therefore, was able to mistakenly apply Hanlon's Razor to misunderstand world events, could have ever actually believed that BULLSHIT about "regime change" INTENDED to result in any "better democratic or a humanitarian outcome."

The article above was another pathetically superficial analysis based upon mostly taking for granted the biggest bullies' bullshit world view. Tragically, almost everyone is doing that, and therefore, almost everyone is manifesting FAR MORE "Einsteinian insanity" than they are able and willing to imagine in the case! The special theory of relativity, that made atomic bombs possible, is based on radical paradigm shifts in the conceptualization of time and space, which was based upon taking the principle of the conservation of energy more seriously. That should also apply to our understanding of the concept of entropy. However, the intense paradoxes have developed that the biggest bullies' bullshit world views were built into the dominate natural languages, and philosophy of science, so that almost everyone thinks and communicates in ways which utterly take for granted the superficial appearances of the Wonderland Matrix Bizarro Worlds that they are living inside.

What actually exists are combined money/murder systems, as the dynamic equilibria between different systems of organized lies operating robberies. Current global events are primarily driven by the international banksters attempting to consolidate their globalized systems of debt slavery through more wars based on deceits. Moreover, not only are those the actual social facts, but also, those have been piling up such huge sets of anomalies, manifesting as sets of consistent contradictions, that it should be the case that more people go through series of profound paradigm shifts in the ways that they understand politics.


Human beings and civilization live as entropic pumps of environmental energy flows, which have been driven by natural selection pressures to become artificial selection systems based upon the maximum possible deceits and frauds, whereby the biggest bullies' bullshit world views dominate the ways that almost everyone thinks, and therefore, how they communicate. The article above was another example of that, in the sense that the article above was another manifestation of being extremely ironic, in as much as it suffers from WAY MORE "Einsteinian insanity" than it is remotely close to recognizing that it is suffering from!

The whole world is being controlled by fundamentally fraudulent financial accounting systems, which developed through the vicious spirals of POLITICAL FUNDING ENFORCING FRAUDS. That was the actual context in which all of the attempts at "regime changes" were made. Moreover, the degree to which civilization is being controlled by ENFORCING FRAUDS has resulted in almost everyone necessarily becoming some degree of professional hypocrites, since almost everyone must live through using public "money" supplies that are based upon governments enforcing frauds by privately controlled banks. Such social systems based upon ENFORCING FRAUDS demand that the principle of the conservation of energy be deliberately ignored as much as humanly possible, while also the concept of entropy be deliberately misunderstood in the most absurdly backward ways.

The overall magnitudes of the runaway "Einsteinian insanity" that we collectively suffer from are demonstrated by the degree to which there is the collective MADNESS of MAD Money As Debt systems, backed by MAD Mutual Assured Destruction systems, such that there are globalized systems of electronic monkey money frauds, backed by the threat of force from apes with atomic bombs. The previous systems of paper frauds, backed by the force of gunpowder weapons, have been amplified to astronomical sizes by prodigious progress in physical science, so that the technologies based upon ideas like the special theory of relativity have rapidly become millions, then billions, then trillions of times GREATER.

However, meanwhile, political science has not progressed. Rather, as articles like the one above dismally demonstrated, the level of understanding of political events tends to usually be RIDICULOUSLY SUPERFICIAL, and quite ironically so, given that such an article could appear to criticizing the superficial appearances of what is "Einsteinian insanity" without coming remotely close to any deeper analysis.

Joe A's picture

Give me some of that radical stuff that you're smoking. It obviously provide clearity on seeing how the world functions. I copy pasted your post into my 'interesting ZH comments'-file. Thanks.

rodgerleanne's picture

After I read "The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order" by Samuel Huntington I came to realize that the US attempt impose democracy on the other civilizations of the world does nothing but create anger against us.  So, it is stupid to persist in trying to do it.  And that is one thing that worries me about most of the Republican candidates - none but Rand Paul seem to get it.  Although Trump did say we should let Syria solve its own problems.

rodgerleanne's picture

After I read "The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order" by Samuel Huntington I came to realize that the US attempts to impose democracy on other civilizations does nothing but make them angry.  It's stupid to persist in trying to do it.  And that is one thing that bothers me about the Republican candidates except Rand Paul - they don't seem to get it.  Although Trump did say Syria should be left to solvev its own problems.

unicorn's picture

anybody read "The Shock Doctrine"? ( )

its amazing how everything works out perfectly orchestrated. The whole week after the 13. there was fearmongering in the news.

Then, switch, there was the "trust us" news. Interviews in all the news, asking people on the street: Do you agree with the new laws restricting at maximum your freedom for some "security"? And everybody said yes for the news, so that everybody can feel safer.


Shock Doctrine. They acted really fast this time. No time for the french people to go into the streets and yell "we dont want no war", we dont want no arrests without judicially approvement .

Yess, do this all while they re in shock. Keep up the shock. Keep on filming and blaming the refugees, dont speak about whats really taking away our freedom.


Next: Brüssels. Keep up the fear. For nothing, well, nearly nothing.

Why they dont put military on the highways and streets and stop every car? Cars kill far more people than terrorists. Never mind.


Lets bet: I say, theres gonna be a attack in Germany, cause the germans fight back every attempt to restrict their rights and freedom the last years. they need a shock, then they will have to hand out all their data without Contradiction like everybody else, and finance more of that MIC et al ............




onmail1's picture

<--- Immoral Satan America

America funds NGOs & Militant Rebels(actually terrorists) to change govts.

First $ paid NGOs are asked to run riot on streets ,

when they fail, US releases terrorists to kill people

The only aim is to change govt. which remains puppet to America so that America can exploit make money

America is a terrorist state

American government is a terrorist organisation

American politicians are war criminals

America has legalized perverted sex & drugs

American constitution (Article II section 2 clause 1) allows armed struggle a.k.a militancy & terrorism


inosent's picture

This article just shows how far one needs to go, to beat around the bush into infinity, to (and the point isn't even made here) get to the point.

As all ZH posters know, and increasing millions of Americans and global citizens know, 'making the world safe for democracy' was just a sales pitch, a gimmick, a cover. May God Damn the stupidity and gullibility of ppl who fell for it, and for those who had the power to push it down out throats.

There are centuries of history, that have boiled up to the top of the volcano around 1848 with the advent of Karl Marx and his wicked 'manifesto', and by now has been erupting, with its hot zionist lava splashing down the mountain destroying everything in its wake, people, economies, regions, you name it. And if anybody shows up to slow down to flow (Putin), another 'WWIII-threat' stream breaks free from the mainstream.

What we see in the ME should be absolutely crystal clear by now. zionist insurgents from whatever nation they have infected and co-opted, have been whispering in the ears of 'leaders' the very lies I think some of these 'leaders' actually believed, in order to purposely destabilize the region so israel can expand geographically.

israel is a monster. The USA has been its primary enabler. They promote death and destruction wherever they go, and use the blood and treasure of others, destroying the 'contributing' nations from the inside out in the process, to further the zionist long term ambition on planet earth.

Namely, to gut the nations of the world, leaving only a singular national identity (israel - the expanded version, not the one we see on the 'map'), ruling the world from jerusalem with one of its own with an iron fist.

By watering down the DNA of global citizenry and benig meticulous to maintain their own, the world's population will be dumbed down enough to more easily manage and control.

The agenda is so conspicuous, so transparent, and by now so well known (all anybody has to do is read - the books, and articles, and well documented research are easily available), it is a wonder why we allow it to continue.

Step #1 to begin the long walk back down the path to truly healing a broken and critically wounded world is to tell this little tribe of demons to go to h*** where they belong. Whatever 'state-enabling' 'charter' the UN delivered in 1948 should be revoked, the uSa should cease all funding and support for this counterfeit fraud that has caused all the convulsions on the earth for over the last 120 years, and any leader who dares to take 'advice' from a jew that leads *back* to their zion wet dream should be considered an act of treason and punished accordingly.

Banking needs to be nationalized, backed by something real, run by natural born citizens loyal to their country. And the media needs to be nationalized. The 'FCC' (or however the government grants licenses) needs to simply revoke all the media licensing, and put it in the states hands. No need to pay billions to the jews who have been using it to destroy the culture and set up their NWO. Just take it back.

And forbid the jews from being a part of the media. Period. As we know now, judaism, turned talmudism and zionism, is like a cancer. We *thought* it was wiped out and went away after the Romans sacked Jerusalem ~70 AD. But 17 centuries later, as I noted above, what we thought was dead was only a cancer lying dormant. And just at the time humanity was beginning to break through a lot of old bad history in the late 18th century, to empower the people in a way never seen before, to provide a radically new and improved way to constrain the destructive and impoverishing force of 'government' (slave mastery system is a better name), a concurrent anti-freedom force sprung up in the shadows, in France (by the way) known to us all by now as 'Illuminism', which was later taken over by jews and talmudic zionists.

Just when the human race was emerging from its own pretty nasty fog, where the ideas of limited government and the empowering of the people started to blast rays of light all around, it just so happens that its evil counterpart, to cast a net on that light, trap it, surround it, and erect a dungeon around it to bring the darkness back, was manifested by zionism.

Surely, today, we unmistakably live in a new dark ages, with the only bit of light left coming from Putin, but that is about it.

Darkness and evil are formidable opponents. It is as if this world was not *meant* to have peace, prosperity and freedom. One step forward for the good is always met by a violent attack from evil.

Recognizing what is the good and the evil is where hope falls apart because in this world we are all so divided, and cannot agree on anything, we are perennially conquered by the darkness. The American experiment 1776 - 1830 or so only worked for a short while because the people shared many commonalities. They agreed on key particulars with respect to right and wrong.

While there will still be lots of trouble because of a widespread failure to parse right from wrong, nonetheless, we need to make the world safe from zionism, and forget about trying to make the world 'safe for democracy''. At least troubles and agitations will likely be more localized, with a threat to international stability greatly reduced.

What we have going now is bad news. I don't think a WWIII is an exaggerated threat. After all, history is crystal clear. Jews and their zionism were the sparks behind what we refer to as WWI and WWII, inasmuch as it was jewish advisers who pushed America into both wars, where Americans at the time, by astounding margins, did not want them. The conditions are far worse than they were in *those* days for jews to get what they want. Now they *control* the USA. One more supreme court justice, and they will have America locked down for good. In the days of WWI and WWII they had to work much harder. Today they *own* America. It is just a matter of them deciding when and how.

As Americans, we have succeeded in making ourselves sitting ducks to an international conspiracy, a nation within our own, that has taken over. To think that WWIII then is not possible, think again. And to think these zionists are not a grave threat to national and international security that would make you, dear reader, an uneducated and blind fool indeed.