Sunday, November 20, 2011

The Obama Predicament-And The Final Option!

Thursday, November 17, 2011 8:25

by Rev. Richard Skaff, author of the Terrorism Industrial Complex: Fear is the key to obedience

“To attack or not to attack Iran?” That is the question!

What does president Obama have to do to get re-elected in 2012, and delay the total collapse of the global economic system that has been based on fiat money, black gold (oil), and an elite ponzi scheme that sucked the wealth out of every individual and nation?

Every American president sets the stage for the next one, in order to continue the work in progress that has been set for him by the global corporate elite. Mr. Obama has been a faithful serf to his money masters, and he played his cards carefully and correctly, therefore, he will deserve a second term.

However, living beyond our means by financing an empire that we can’t afford through borrowing massive amounts of money from the global financial elite embodied in the private Federal Reserve, and accruing more and more debt can go so far before the empire of cards collapses on itself.

As a result, one final option is left for Mr. Obama to get himself re-elected. Like his predecessor, he must engage the United States in a new contrived low intensity conflict triggered by a false flag operation at home or abroad. Where else would be better to conduct this crusade than the Middle East where oil is plentiful and war is easier to sell to the American public, because the region has already been demonized through propaganda, and labeled as a perpetual crucible of conflict?

A conflict between neighbor who is only armed with a pocket knife and a wealthy neighbor who is armed with a tank, a plane, and a rifle shouldn’t be classified as a war, but as an unequal, unfair incident with a known result, which will make the wealthy neighbor look like a bigger bully to the rest of the block. Subsequently and out of fear, looting of resources becomes an easier task as people would hand out their goods to stay alive.

Therefore, these so called Orwellian, perpetual wars like in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan and other hot spots in the world are not actually wars, but low intensity contrived battles designed to distract Americans from real issues, commit a grand theft of other countries’ resources, create jobs in the MIC, increase military and contractual spending, and slowly but steadily implement population reduction.

Every administration will continue to cater to the powerful military industrial complex that has been running Washington’s foreign policies for many years.

Therefore, we must devise bogus wars to create massive wealth for the few. “War makes billionaires.”

This “MIC” that had President Eisenhower, a military man himself warn us about it in his farewell address to the nation. Eisenhower commented that “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together. “[1].

Recent indicators of coming conflict: Once again, destination Iran.

Machiavelli 101: Give a dog a bad name before you kill him! The examples of this policy are plentiful. Saddam Hussein, Muammar Quaddafi, Bashar El Assad, Mahmoud Ahmedenijad, and the list could go on and on.

Some of these dogs have already being killed, while others await the same destiny. Ironically, like the late Saddam Hussein, and Qaddafi of Libya, Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has committed the same deadly mistake when has ordered in 2009 the replacement of the US dollar by the euro in calculating the value of the country’s Oil Stabilisation Fund (OSF). [5].

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