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Hate Crimes! Racists! Anti-Semites! Divide ! Divide ! Divide !

Looking at the news lately, there is a push to keep people divided. There has been an increase in coverage of the gay marriage issue at the Supreme Court; apparently nothing else newsworthy happened in that time.

There have also been recent reports of Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes ©, and now this news story throwing the Aryan Brotherhood in our face. Booga Booga!
Take this quote for example:

Whether or not the Aryan Brotherhood killed two Texas prosecutors, their increasing emergence from prison should strike fear in all of us.

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This is ridiculous, there is no need to provide evidence to associate them with the slaying of the Texas prosecutors. When there is, we’ll judge based on that.
Whenever you see any news like this, be sure its a smokescreen, or a distraction. There is something else going on in the world the mainstream media wants to steer your attention from. It could be about the recent provocations of North Korea, or it could be further U.S. and Israeli involvement in Syria, or the economic collapse of Cyprus. In any case, don’t fall prey to their tactics. Be aware of what is going on and stay away from the divisions of the media.
Stay vigilant.

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What’s going on with Egypt?

I wrote in a recent blog post that Egypt has been getting more and more involved in the middle east conflicts lately, and it keeps intensifying. Egypt has recently been moving troops along the Sinai border with Israel, which upset Israel, claiming it violated a peace treaty.

On top of that Egyptian government officials have recently traveled to Tehran in order to attend the NAM summit. Although Morsi did voice his disagreements with Iran concerning the Syrian conflict, he also used the summit to declare that Western pressure on the NAM members to refrain from attending was a failure.

Now we see Israel being called out by Egypt for trying to interfere with their purchase of submarines from Germany.

I’m not sure what all of this means. Is Egyptian President Morsi standing up to Israel and the West, becoming more of an independent entity; another existential threat to Israel? Is Egypt being groomed for another USS Liberty?


Egypt is getting more involved lately…

China Egypt.JPEGThe Syrian conflict has been designed to create more instability in the middle east. Turkey has been poking its head out every so often and getting involved in the Syrian debacle as it escalates. Jordan too has been getting involved, as well as Lebanon.

I can understand why these players are involved, up to a point. They are after all Syria’s neighbors. I didn’t understand why Egypt was getting involved and didn’t think too much about it considering their own struggles at the moment. It seems that the recent issue regarding the Sinai and Israel was perhaps a precursor to their political maneuvering regarding the Syria/Iran disputes in which they are becoming more involved.

Recently Egypt has upset Israel by moving troops to the Sinai border in violation of the Camp David accord was not an isolated incident. Now we see Egypt taking a much more hardened approach to the Iraeli/Palestinian conflict as well. Yesterday it was reported that Egypt, aligning itself with China has “reaffirmed their support for an independent State of Palestine” while also opening diplomatic channels with Iran’s government by attending the NAM summit in Tehran. This marks the first visit by Egyptian government to Iran in decades.

Their involvement lately signals to the West that they are willing to talk with other world powers in order to broker trade agreements and strategic alliances. Egypt knows what is about to happen and is choosing sides (just like Lebanon, Jordan, and Turkey).

The conflicts in the middle east at the moment are designed to cause instability and confusion not only in Syria, but throughout the middle east in order to keep these countries from becoming unified and resistant to Western Imperialism. We can only hope that this drive to invade Iran/Syria can be avoided by a unified effort across the globe.


How do people believe this?

Yesterday I was reading an article I wanted to blog about regarding more warships being sent to the middle east. I was going to point out that once again all of the telltale signs of impending war are visible. I was even going to point out that a certain quote by Leon Panetta makes it very clear we are doing this at the behest of Israel the international community; however, the international community seems to want the US out of the middle east, and an end to their empire building.

“When the world calls, we have to respond,” U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told sailors

While reading the entire document, I decided I wanted to point out a few “irregularities” in the article, not just that Panetta danced around saying that we are waging this war for Israel.

The USS John C. Stennis, which can carry 90 warplanes, is heading to the Gulf as Iran continues to challenge the world by advancing its unsupervised nuclear program

Oh, really? Iran challenges the world by “advancing its unsupervised nuclear program”? How many times has Iran allowed inspections of their nuclear facilities? I’m sure by the moral superiority alluded to by Israel, that Iran hasn’t allowed inspectors in nearly as much as Israel has, right?

…Tehran is dead set to fulfill its stated intention to annihilate Israel, leaving the United States without a committed democratic ally in the region.

I take issue with a couple of the points here. First, the “annihilation” of Israel mentioned above is a well known mistranslation that keeps getting used to imply that poor little Israel is up against another holohoax holocaust. This couldn’t be further from the truth and anyone with eyes to see and ears to hear should be able to comprehend this. The second issue I have with this quote is the “committed democratic ally in the region.” Committed? Committed to what – the destruction of the United States? Also, no one in their right mind would call an apartheid state a democracy! I think the US would be better off without Israel’s “friendship.”

The U.S. State Dept. continues to push for diplomacy to convince  Ahmadinejad to pressure him to allow full inspection of its nuclear facilities by United Nations inspectors.

This statement implies that Iran isn’t cooperating with inspections and, again, couldn’t be further from the truth. I really wonder how many times Israel has allowed inspections of their Dimona nuclear facility. I also think it is crazy that Israel is hell bent on raising the issue of inspections, and the NNPT. Israel has yet to allow inspectors into their nuclear facilities, nor has Israel signed the NNPT. Iran allows inspections, Iran is a signatory on the NNPT yet Israel and the US are lining up to attack them in the very near future.

“We are focused on combining diplomacy and pressure, trying to get Iran to be serious at the negotiating table and we are in full consultations with the Israelis about the picture that we see, and we will continue to make those points clear,” spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said last week.

So now we see who the “world” is that Panetta was referring to when he made the quote at the top of this article – Israel.


What the rest of the world sees…

Why is it that most people cannot see the hypocrisy in the US’s decision to back the Syrian rebels? The rebels have been proven to contain members of various organizations and most of them are from outside of Syrian borders. In fact, Hillary Clinton has acknowledged that these very same Syrian rebels that President Barack Obama has directed the CIA to support contain members of al-Qaeda!

The scenario playing out in Syria today resembles the gameplan that took place in Libya not too long ago. Again we see the West supporting its own enemies in order to acheive its political goals.
Is the entire world so afraid of the US and Israel that they dare not speak up? Are Americans themselves so willfully ignorant of the facts that they too dare not speak up to end this military intervention?
The two largest opponents of any action regarding Iran seem to be coming from Russia and China and if we are intentionally wrecking our relationships with these world powers, we might be in for a nasty unwelcome surprise.
Don’t think though, that Iran is alone in the world. Over 8,000 foreign diplomats are slated to attend the NAM summit in Tehran later this month. These diplomats represent around 55% of the world’s population!
It looks like the only people who can stop the war before it begins are the only ones who can’t see what the rest of the world sees. The ones who need to need to acknowledge the hypocrisy are the very ones who are willfully ignorant about it and won’t listen to reason.
I hate to have to get my tin hat out, but I’m beginning to believe there is some sort of sinister plot behind a lot of what is going on lately. It doesn’t seem to be in the US’s interests to keep waging war after war. What is the ultimate end game?

He said the Sheriff is near!

Mideast Iran Israel Ahmadinejad.jpgThe media is poisoning our minds with mistranslations that serve to demonize and vilify the Iranian leadership. This isn’t the first time Ahmadinejad has been misquoted. Back in 2005 he was quoted as saying “Israel must be wiped off the map” which sounds quite heinous and could be considered an existential threat. But that isn’t what he said.  Even the Israel’s Minister of Intelligence and Atomic Energy has admitted that Ahmadinejad “didn’t say that he plans to exterminate Israel, nor did he say that Iran’s policy is to exterminate Israel.

The old tricks are being pulled out again; hell, they worked pretty well last time if you’ll recall. Once again, the media is using mistranslations to lie to us.

The Associated Press yesterday reported on a speech given by Ahmadinejad at the end of an annual rally in support of Palestine:

Israel’s existence is an “insult to all humanity,” Iran’s president said Friday

The fact of the matter is that Ahmadinejad was referring to the current administration in Israel. Here is a translation of the speech from the New York Times.

The media has proven once again that it is not on the side of truth. This is very disappointing and it saddens me greatly. The only way we can conquer the disinformation out there is for each one of us to know the truth and make sure as many people as possible know the truth. The lies propagated through the media are packaged and marketed to us as if they were soda or toothpaste.

Don’t fall prey to the lies and distorted truths out there, war is coming and very soon our lives are going to change drastically.


China’s growing involvement in Middle East situation

There has been a large push for war in Syria from some of the same major players on the global stage (United States, Israel, England) and even Turkey has been joining the fun lately too. Just yesterday I found an article regarding Turkish Surface to Air missiles being deployed along the Syrian border.US Democrats push for Syria invasion What’s more, they have also been accused of giving these Surface to Air Missiles to the Syrian rebels!
The buildup to the next war, which will quite possibly be a large scale war with global involvement and global repurcussions; in other words World War 3!
I’ve been wondering how China will react to the Western intervention as they’ve been rather silent in the media lately, although more and more artciles are making their way to the mainstream media which means that they will be joinning the “fun” soon.
Most of the news about China seems to be in two flavors (both are very worrying). Either we hear about how China could affect our economy, or we hear about them regarding the dispute over the South China Sea. Now the Chinese are getting more involved in the Syrian issue by hosting an envoy of Syrian President Assad to diplomaticaly help resolve some of the issues his government is facing.
China and Russia should very well hurry up whatever plans they have for contingencies regarding Syria and Iran as there may be a false flag chemical weapon attack in which Assad will be blamed. This will be all the justification the West needs to intervene. This very easily could trigger the mutual defense pact between Syria and Iran. Any military action in Syria and Iran would undoubtedly spill over into a regional conflict and quite possibly a global one.

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