April 15, 2013 in World
According to self-professed CIA asset Susan Lidnauer, the reason for the Iraqi war was a farce.
The United Nations’ claim that Iraq was hiding weapons of mass destruction was a lie. The weapons weren’t being hidden.
They couldn’t be found because Iraq didn’t have any.
It didn’t matter.
Sanctions were implemented.
The war was fought.
More than 1.5 million lives were erased.
No evidence of the weapons was ever found.
Step One: Use unjust sanctions to motivate the Iraqis who didn’t leave the country to fight for their lives.
Step Two: Use “weapons of mass destruction” propaganda as the cover story so that American people will support the war.
Look closely and you will see the current North Korean “crisis” follows a similar script.
Military experts who say North Korea is not capable of its threatened attacks are being drowned out by warnings from those who say it is.
Which is closely followed by Step Two: Use propaganda to program America and its allies to see North Korea as a crazy enemy that needs to be destroyed.
Step One has been done.
Step Two has been initiated.
This propaganda runs in mainstream media while alternative media report a different perspective.
Yes, the drama of the threats coming from North Korea is a recognizable script for those who are paying attention.
What is the purpose of playing this pawn at this time?
This war is a virtual war, waged within media reports and, in most cases, done without shooting.
These reports justify the removal of freedoms in the name of national security.
James describes this as an attack on “the psyche, belief system, and group mind of the American people.”
The only addition I would make is that other countries, including South Korea, Australia, and Great Britain, are suffering similar attacks.
Of course, if this doesn’t accomplish the goal, a carefully planned attack on landmarks or key structures is sufficient to ignite the emotional war machines.
9/11 served this purpose during the Iraqi conflict.
A missile attack on a U.S. city that is blamed on the North Koreans would do the same today.
To be continued…