A true game of shadows

I wrote the first draft of this article nearly six months ago. A lot has happened since, but the information is still relevant.

The war propaganda is being propped up now against Iran and Syria. But what is it really all about?

Like the latest blockbuster, we are currently encountering a real game of shadows.

The first world war in particular was a set up to create a bloodbath to be profited from.

During the Sherlock Holmes movie the bad guy ‘Professor Moriarty’ is the one who stands to profit from the bloodbath.

Nations typically do not thrive on war…at least not for long. Wars are costly, and are fought by the best of the nation’s men. Instead of being put to work inventing new products, they are sacrificed on the battlefield.

During the Iraq war, Dick Cheney’s company, Halliburton’s stock doubled. The nation’s debt doubled, and thousands of our young men died.

There is no agenda for Iraqi’s freedom.

Operation Iraqi Freedom, was originally penned as Operation Iraqi Liberation, but it became too obvious what the true reason was for invading, when the designers realized that the initials for the operation spelled out OIL.

People such as Bill O’Reilly are simply shills for agendas, and even ignore those who have been in the theater of conflict. The same can be said about many news commentators on the left also. I use O’Reilly as an example because it shows the absurdity of ‘journalism’ now facing this country, which I have explained in the past is simply now propaganda for different pressure groups.

The Iraqis did not gain anything from this naked war of aggression. A limited number of corrupt Americans made money from the oil we ‘liberated’ from them. They did not ask us to ‘liberate’ them, and conditions in Iraq today are far worse than they were under Saddam Hussein. It is said that under Saddam, some Iraqis had problems, but now, every Iraqi has problems. They have no more freedom today than they did under Saddam. If they had truly wanted ‘liberty’, they would have sought it out themselves. Instead, they now have far fewer jobs, their infrastructure is smashed, and hundreds of thousands of them have died since the occupation of the country by US and international forces.

We have nothing to gain from the wars in the middle east. Watch out for the people behind the scenes, and those who profit from the carnage. They are the real villains, not those in the opposing country.

We already know about the liberal media, but what about the conservative media? I have used a couple of clips of Bill O’Reilly who is ‘the number one name in news’, and yet you see him time and again, tearing into veterans of the war and victims of 9/11, because they are against his agenda of promoting the war. Now I don’t know what he has to gain from this, except perhaps ratings, but its obvious from his anger that he is trying to divert our attention away from the real issues, and good solid logical arguments against naked wars of aggression, no matter what the instigator.

Glenn Beck is fishy also. He spends a lot of time going to extremes to link up different people in his theories, and yet, when presented with data which is obviously suspicious, he often ignores it.

I have explained in previous articles that the mainstream media is no good, and only serves as propaganda. I know that it is tempting to watch one news channel over another because it sounds better, but it’s all utter garbage to distract you from the bigger issues at steak. Trust no one in the mainstream news, always do your own research.

There is a true game of shadows going on in the world right now. There is a strong march toward totalitarianism in this country, and there are very few in Washington who are standing up against it.  Do we honestly believe that this well oiled machine built off blood for profit will stop off its own accord? The only way to stop it is to do your own research and expose the liars and cheats for what they are, before we all ultimately pay the price for their blood games.

I will not fight

Violence is not the answer. War is a racket; it is always started by deception, and there are always special interest groups who profit, while the blood of innocents is spilled.

If you want a war, go start it on your own. Don’t call for a war and then expect the youth (and hope) of the nation to go and die for it.

I will have nothing to do with the next war, I refuse to give my life for a senseless cause, so that others may profit from my plight.

I call on the non aggression principle. I will not attack unless I am personally attacked. I will vehemently pose my opinions and express my views, but I will not attack others.

It takes more courage to be peaceful in times of outrage, than to be barbaric and lash out.

There are many intricate webs of lies floating around to do with our government, our officials and their intentions. There are conspiracy theories, pressure groups and special interests lining the halls of congress.

If you want a revolution, if you want to retake this country, rebuild it, make it more free, you cannot do it through violence. You cannot beat the US Army as it currently stands. You cannot take out certain government officials, there is too much security through the hundreds of different government agencies. But what you can do, using the non aggression principle is make alliances, make friends, spread your viewpoints, agree with other people, get them to see your points of view, build relationship bridges based on freedom. Remember that an army does not fight unless it believes in the cause for which it is fighting. As it stands right now, many security and army forces in the US do not believe in Barack Obama or his policies.

You should continue to point out Obama’s mistakes, but perhaps you should look at your own party and your own weaknesses also. The democrats as they stand today base everything on some kind of welfare; which overtaxes and overwhelms the entire system. By contrast the republicans as they stand today base everything on some kind of warfare; which overtaxes and overwhelms the entire system. Welfare and warfare are extremely expensive and neither are sustainable. Welfare rots away society from the inside, and warfare rots it away from the outside. Our actions overseas make us weaker and actually creates more terrorist cells which will do harm against us. We are not a popular nation right now; precisely because of our overbearing and ugly foreign policy.

If you want to fight the system; do it non-violently; use civil disobedience. You can stop working so much and give up your luxuries if you don’t want to be looted. You could go galt or you could find loopholes and find more tax write offs. Do whatever you can to undermine the looters complex, but do not get into fights with the ignorant, or the protectors of the ignorant. Peace is a better alternative. The longer we sustain peace, the longer we have to teach those who do not know yet how to think for themselves. The seeds that you sow today will bloom later down the road when they are needed.

Peace leads to more trade, more designs, more prosperity and a better future. War only leads to ruin.

I will not fight. I will continue to educate those who are unaware for as long as I can until the fight comes to me, only then will I pick up arms, and only in self defense as a last resort.