August 07, 2015
The coverage, which is popularly called "news," is in fact nothing but a propaganda mechanism, designed to persistently shape public opinion in favor of war.
People always suffer in war; their futures ruined and their lives destroyed. In fear, they look to their government to protect them, the very same government that is invested in war.
War is a dirty business that profits off death and destruction while generating blood money for the profiteers.
The people are told to look the other way, outside of their country - where the 'enemy' supposedly resides.
While your kids are sent off to fight in
fraudulent wars for corporate interests masquerading as
One of the best ways to achieve this is to keep the people in constant fear of wars and threats of terrorism, that, in reality governments themselves typically create or sponsor.
For example, we can look at the current
threat of ISIS which is in fact a remodel of Al Qaida, a group the
CIA created in the 1970's to fight the Russians in Afghanistan.
The growing surveillance and domestic police state, and the passage of laws including the recent renewal of the Patriot Act, wouldn't be possible without always frightening the general public.
This policy ensures the constant funding
of the military industrial complex, which unfortunately has taken
over the government, as
Dwight D. Eisenhower, the 34th
President of the United States had foreseen and warned us about on
January 17, 1961:
How can we Stop the War
That's what the machine is designed for, and an armed resistance will only be playing into its hands. After all, they've got the nukes and they will use them as they have already done in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
There must be another way to
shut down this engine of death.
There is no technology to clean up radiation and take it out of the air, water and land. The half-life of nuclear radiation is 4.5 billion years, equal to the age of our planet. That means that during this time, the radioactive particles will remain as deadly as they are today.
This could be the end of all of us if
nuclear war were to be released on a massive scale - a probability
that is as high today as it has ever been, and growing
proportionally with the insanity of politics.
War defeats individuals and empowers institutions. Wars do not happen naturally. They are orchestrated for political and economic advantage by corporate entities for which human life is only a means to a greater enrichment.
The United States of America is not the only country in which the military industrial complex has taken over.
The same can be seen in many modern nations.
Traveling the world and observing ordinary people, one will inevitably come to the conclusion that no one actually wants war.
Regardless of the geographical location, nationality, skin color, social status etc., people want peace, and to see their children grow. Wars, although they may appear, are not fought between people.
They are fought between military
industrial factions and alliances warring for domination and control
All Wars are Well Planned Banker Wars,
Including World War 3.)
Federal spending surges as the military is mobilized. Outlays for troops, weapons and munitions increases as conflicts escalate.
Thee fraudulent and never-ending war in
Iraq has already cost over 3 trillion dollars and counting - a
steady flow of income for all those who are employed and benefitting
The world has become a place where corporate interests, backed by corrupt governments, all funded by evil banks, violate human rights, freedom and dignity beyond measure.
This poses an existential threat to the
survival of our species that will not abate as long as the military
industrial complex maintains its grip on our society and our