Monday, March 19, 2018

terror r us


TERROR R US

Terrorism is largely state sponsored.  You can read about this in such books as “9/11 Synthetic Terror” by Tarpley, or you can just remember back to your youth when Uncle Sammy lost no opportunity to point out how all the terrorist activity in Europe or the Middle East was financed by the communists.  Yes, that same sad sack mentally addled uncle who then turned around and told you with a straight face that one rich kid financed all the attacks on 9/11 and that we are now saving the world from terrorists because ‘Muricans do stuff like that with no expectation of reward.  We’re not like those pesky Brits who were saving the village by destroying it.  Oh, wait, wrong war.  They were all rude and racist by invoking the burden of the White man.

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Britain was merely civilizing Little Brown People who were all barbaric and such.  Like those nice Romans did.  Oh, wait, those barbarians were Celts.  Sometimes it’s hard to keep all the lies straight.  But one thing we would NEVER lie about would be why we started a war, right?  I mean, besides the Revolutionary War and War Of Northern Aggression and WWI and WWII and Vietnam and a few others.  But honest, the War On Terror is genuine.  We almost found weapons of mass destruction!  Almost, I tells ya.

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Look, this stuff isn’t rocket surgery.  Most of the time, rebellion and insurrection usually only happen when people are hungry.  To risk their lives, even dumb ass twenty year olds need a solid reason.  In the military, or it a reasonable large mob, the risk to reward factor is low.  That is mostly rewarded aggression with no risk.  But for Joe Husband/Father to risk his life?  That takes a far more powerful inducement.  It isn’t going to be an increase in freedom.  He can live with soft dictatorship ( we do today in the land of the free, don’t we? ).  As long as his family is provided for.

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And that includes supporting terrorists who are merely motivated by politics.  If he isn’t sold on a political war being a mere mob action ( high reward, low risk ), he won’t participate.  So you need an outside support group, since there won’t be any aiding or abetting the group from the locals.  And who has unlimited funds to support a terrorist group?  Remember, terrorists are asymmetrical warriors.  They are guerrillas.  Their campaigns take years.  Only nation states have the deep enough pockets to fund terrorists.  They call them proxy wars.

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War is not cheap.  Nation state wars are fought on average every ten to twenty years ( as opposed to once every one or three for primitive tribes ), not because the rulers are opposed to the benefits war brings but because war is so darn expensive even the leading empire of the day can only afford so much of it.  You do realize that the IraqiStan War is going to be the last major one we can fight, don’t you?  I would call it on par with Britain and World War One.  She couldn’t afford to fight a regular war after that ( just as with the first half of the war for Russia, we pretty much equipped and funded their whole war effort.  The taxpayers bled and paid for world domination to support the bankers and corporations ).

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Guerrilla war is cheap, because rather than invading, occupying and controlling, all you must do you keep the other side from winning.  You don’t need to win, as long as you merely do that.  But you do need support, even for that far less expensive fighting.  If the local civilians are not doing that, someone else must.  So we see Americans buying heroin made from poppies from Afghanistan which support farmers who support the guerrillas there.  But that isn’t enough and all the money we put into the country is to one purpose.  Keeping the war going.  We bribe our allies and we bribe our enemies and we bribe the provisional government and enough money gets to the fighters and they are funded to fight us.  We are actually supporting the terrorists we are fighting.

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Cheap Russians!  Why can’t they help out a little like they did funding Black September and the Red Faction and the IRA and all those other nifty group back in the 70’s?  We are supposed to be fighting a limited small counterinsurgency war to pump up our military economy and return drug profits to the banks, and instead we end up having to pay for that fighting PLUS create an enemy.  Double the expense!  Don’t misunderstand, the Afghans are some pretty awesome guerrilla fighters.  Invade their country, they’ll show you.  But we aren’t the Russian invaders using a regular army which requires a country-wide response.

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We wanted an affordable war, which is all we can afford because after decades of cost plus military industrial complex spending, everything costs fifty times what it should.  But a limited invasion isn’t going to bring out the needed resistance used to justify our spending over there.  So we need to pump up the resistance ourselves.  Probably most of the dumb asses we fight over there are in it for the money rather than fighting for their freedom.  No religious motivation this time.  Half assed fighting gets you a paycheck without endangering yourself unduly. 

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Who benefits?  Follow the money.  The State funds its enemies when it cannot find one.  I would wager that Clinton got away with selling technology secrets to the Chinese because we were desperate for an enemy after the fall of the Soviets.  Just stripping them of their assets ( mostly Siberian oil, the last high EROI oil even as Saudi Arabia was drawing down theirs ) wasn’t enough to support the Military Industrial Complex.  But Chinese communism never solidified as the threat Soviet communism always was, when it benefited us after 1945.  I think that is why we saw “ChiCom’s Under Every Bed” and “White Separatist Domestic Terrorists Will Kill Us All” back in the 90’s.  We were funding threats so as to continue the profits flowing.

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Understanding that all claimed communist threats should be taken with a grain of salt, assume the USSR funded the IRA.  Why?  The Basque separatist.  Why? The German and Italian and Japanese ones.  Why?  It benefited Russia.  Britain who was trying to hold northern Ireland was the US aircraft carrier of Europe.  Spain and Italy and others were part of NATO.  Japan is vital to controlling  Asia.  Unrest everywhere tied up military assets and bled the enemy financially, all at a very low cost of operation.  Who benefits from terrorism today?  The US.  With lower costs and almost no threat, terrorism is the perfect enemy.  Yes, we screwed up even that simple plan, but that is just the normal incompetence everyone is showing in leadership today.  Always follow the money.

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30 comments:

  1. Yep, minions should be keen to possible crossfire in their own neighborhoods or areas. There is already false flag dry runs and hijinks tinkerings going on for nefarious reasons by powers behind the powers behind the instigators and perpetrators. The next theater of operations is gonna be here in conus. Stay low to the ground and avoid all crowds.

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    1. Just look at Vegas or Florida. Right out in clear sight, plain as day, LEO's helping the perps and ignoring any unofficial answers. Finally, fighting for answers on 9/11 is bearing fruit. If you didn't trust the bastards then, things are easy to see now.

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  2. This is one of those topics that I generally steer clear of for obvious reasons. I usually don’t even discuss it online. And if you choose to put yourself in such compromising situations, you will inevitably get shouted down with the same old:

    “Oh, so you’re one of those tin foil hate wearing, conspiracy theory, “truther”, Alex Jone’s listening to, whack jobs, huh?”

    So I don’t even bother now. There is no critical thought allowed anymore, and if it’s not PC, you’d better not even think about muttering it, regardless of whether it’s true or not. That’s how you know that we’re humped as a species.

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    2. Naw, we're not humped as a species, just as a civilization. Big difference. And in that western civilization, the American empire was pretty rotten. Genocide and theft were where we began. Nothing wrong with that, as ALL empires start that way, even the supposed nature worshiping red people. The problem was that we went from raping a continent to raping the globe, and hence are expanencially more spoiled and hedonistic and blinded by hubris than even a normal empire would have been. I think we are just seeing the natural, normal outcome of that. We NEED a good cleansing of that gene pool.

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  3. The austin texas incidents are even smelling like a false flagger job. The fleos may bag a neo conservative blogger with so much incredulous evidence and a laptop full of animal bestiality porn. If not, probably be killed in a supposed shoot out with first responding heroes. The problem is expendable citizens are sacrificed for the empire maintaining an absolute iron grip on everything. I'm staying in the house, all the time, even in fair weather, sandbagging the windows too.

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  4. Good point

    Pretty much every revolution (including the American) has been supported from outside nations.

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    1. I'm wondering if our revolution didn't have financial ( not political ) European support. Perhaps as an alternative to the British central bank power.

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    2. Hell yes, Jim.. Franklin did such a good job selling our little project to the King of France, he went damn near bankrupt... arms, ammo, francs, the french fleet, Lafayette... we took it all.. and set the stage for their own revo...

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    3. I was thinking more along the lines of competing Banksters than competing nation states/empires.

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    4. Well, yeah... I think Rothschilds got their start around 1760; I don't know if they were involved in AmRev... They did finance both sides of the Napoleonic wars, and I think, all the ones since....

      Kinda hate to say "I know" or "I believe" about something I read on internet, because "I know" and "I believe" half of it's BS... just can't tell which half..

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    5. I don't have a huge problem with the Internet, since I pretty much ignored it the first ten years ( the cost, mainly ), then was barely exposed after that. I have a solid amount of research under my belt from paper sources, and can usually-not always, but usually-smell out electric BS pretty well. Just keep all the e-claims in mind until you find a better source to confirm or deny it. Mostly, I use the Interweb to flesh out rather than as a primary source. If you don't have time for any of that crap, stick with the library :). And, older rather than newer books. The new stuff is too ideological driven. The same kind of gals that run security for credit report firms or design pedestrian bridges are writing non-fiction now. Cat ladies-they're going on the damn lamp list!

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  5. 9/11 and Facebook are two very strong social markers.

    Anybody who doesn't have Facebook (or any social media) and doesn't believe the official explanation of 9/11 is part of a very distinct social class.

    The society of tomorrow will be defined by such markers. Left-wing or right-wing doesn't mean anything anymore since 1989.

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    1. Why 1989? I'm curious, from a non-American centric view. The only thing I can think of on that date was Bush I takes office, but that can't be it. Hell, he was running as Reagan's puppet master almost the whole time.

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    2. 1989 was the year of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, thus the end of the Cold War and consequently the failure of Communism.

      From that moment on, "left-wing" and "right-wing" joined in demagogy, and the suppression of meritocracy.

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    3. Well, friggin DUH! How the heck did I forget that one? Thanks. Thanks for making me feel like a dumb ass :)

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    4. Also, officially the first year of the launching of the world wide web, so now everyone was connected to the “Borg” (didn’t care for that commi bastard Roddenberry, but it’s a fitting example none the less) and infected with the same crappy ideas.

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    5. It's because your mind has dulled now that you don't have to fight your low-IQ high-EQ boss daily.
      ;)

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    6. 6:50-damn, I think that is even worse than communism falling. Borg, indeed.
      Ave-yeh, fighting minions just doesn't compare

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    7. Dammit Jim! I'm a survivalist, not a watcher of television shows produced by a commi puke 😀 That pole smoker also ruined Have Gun Will Travel by turning it into a “progressive western”. Wtf? A “progressive western”????

      These hollyweird dudes must have all been raised by single feminist mothers. Nothing else that I can think of could mentally damage a boy in such a way.

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    8. In reality the wall coming down was only a ploy. To take our minds elsewhere and simply to reduce overhead. By both sides ! Think back to when Bill and Hill we're young and good buddies. Wonder when old Vladimir and they first got together for their thirty or forty years plan of convergence between east and west ? If so , it seems to be working.

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    9. Some postulate that Russia collapsing was merely one of our Color Revolutions. Don't know if I agree, but definitely a win for globalized finances with all benefits to the banking class.

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    10. 737-if you don't watch TV, how are you supposed to safely opiate yourself?

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    11. " how are you supposed to safely opiate yourself?"
      well, uh, maybe with like.. opium or something?

      Here in the PDSRK (Cali); the state flower is the 'golden poppy' (soon to be replaced by the sinsemilla bud) - wonder how close the golden poppy is to the real deal opium plant?

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    12. I think the poppy you have there is the same thing as cultivated elsewhere. Of course, I'm going on decades old research so I could be off.

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    13. You prompted me to look it up. According to "https://www.theflowerexpert.com/content/aboutflowers/stateflowers/california-state-flowers":
      "The milky sap of Golden Poppy's unripe seed pods is the source of opium and several other similar drugs, e.g., morphine, codeine, and heroin."
      Right again, Jim..

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    14. At one time I was researching a lot on drugs. Not because I want to use them, but as an aspect of the FedGov's war against the citizens.

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  6. I think you'll find that it was our greatest allies the good old US of A that were funding the IRA.. Did you think the IRA settled for the "Peace process" because we (The Brits) gave into their demands? No, what brought them to the table was funding for "Noraid" dried up overnight on 9/11..

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