Time is running out for the Israeli Empire

This is a very interesting perspective, and covers many areas. Make sure you read the whole thing and look up the resources. This article touches on many of the things I have found out myself over the last few months.

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‘Syria is do or die for Israel.’

There are lies, great lies and then there is 911.’

Sheikh Imran Hosein

Dr Alan Sabrosky is a ten year veteran of the United States Marine Corps and has a PhD from the University of Michigan. He was a Director of Studies at the US Army War College. He is partially of Jewish descent. He has been telling his former colleagues in the Marine Corps and at the Army War College that Israel did 911.  He accuses American Jews of a lack of loyalty to their native land and giving their allegiance to Israel.  He said that being loyal to America is a non-negotiable part of citizenship. By attacking America on 911, the Israelis and the traitors in America who defend them set in motion a series of events that led to 60,000 American casualties and more if you count the suicides. Americans…

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The Batman Blood Bath

I was deeply saddened to read the news about the massacre in Colorado late Thursday night at the premier of the third Batman movie. As a regular movie goer myself, I can only imagine how the victims and witnesses must have felt.

The mainstream circus media as usual is covering this tragedy with minute to minute reports, while subliminally sliding in their agendas. Politicians are already calling for tighter gun measures, and many other nations are scoffing at the United States’ policy of allowing its citizens to own guns.

Now is not the time for political measures and media circuses. What happened was a tragedy. Yes guns can be deadly, but they are not death rays, of the 71 people shot, 12 died. 80% of the people shot survived. When England experienced a similar incident in the 90’s handguns were banned outright not long afterwards in a knee jerk ruling in parliament. Since that fateful day handgun crime has sky rocketed, and more people die by guns than ever before, in a nation that cannot legally poses firearms.

Please do not allow the politicians and media turn this tragic event at the hands of a mad man, to turn into a ploy to take your weapons from you. Learn how to shoot a gun, get a concealed carry permit if you feel comfortable doing so. Help promote safe firearms handling and understanding, and promote the carrying of weapons for self defense. Don’t allow the parasitical elements of society to turn this into a way to take your last freedom from you.

Mourn the victims, help their families and friends in their moments of need, but celebrate the lives of the ones lost by living yours to its fullest potential. Show spite at the mad man by continuing to buy your own guns for self defense. And let the government know that just because of a few nut cases, does not mean you should allow all the criminals a free hand in society by disabling the protections of innocent people by banning their gun owning and constitutional rights.

I will mourn for the victims of this massacre, but I will not watch the news any more, and I will get on with my life. I will go and see the movie, with a moment of silence and a prayer at the beginning of it, then I will enjoy it for what its worth. I will do this because there are many tragedies in the world, there are shootings, rapes and mass murders every day throughout the world in many different countries. There are gangs on poverty stricken streets in America, and there are dictators of pariah regimes in other nations who order summary executions. There is death and despair all over the world, but there is also hope.

Always think of the good things in life, advocate freedom in the world, and live life to the fullest, tell your loved ones what they mean to you, and spend time with them. Life is short. If you’re lucky you’ll get old, but there are many short endings that pop up, whether it be at the end of a madman’s gun or from an accident or disease.

Remember that the point of terrorism, whether domestic or international, is to change one’s point of view, to gear a nation up for war, or to change an election. Don’t allow this event to change you or your country or its ideals of freedom and the right to protect that.

I will mourn the dead, as I do for other areas and nations, and move on.

Resource Wars

I think the global warming myth is a sedate way of saying that we are out of oil and need to find alternative energies, after all, if politicians admitted that we are almost out of easily accessible and cheap oil, prices would skyrocket and economies would tank.

Why are US politicians so friendly with Israel, but not with other middle eastern states Is it because of oil?

We are currently in a time of peak oil. The US military actually published a report about this:

US military warns oil output may dip causing massive shortages by 2015

• Shortfall could reach 10m barrels a day, report says
• Cost of crude oil is predicted to top $100 a barrel

The US military has warned that surplus oilproduction capacity could disappear within two years and there could be serious shortages by 2015 with a significant economic and political impact.

The energy crisis outlined in a Joint Operating Environment report from the US Joint Forces Command, comes as the price of petrol in Britain reaches record levels and the cost of crude is predicted to soon top $100 a barrel.

“By 2012, surplus oil production capacity could entirely disappear, and as early as 2015, the shortfall in output could reach nearly 10 million barrels per day,” says the report, which has a foreword by a senior commander, General James N Mattis.

It adds: “While it is difficult to predict precisely what economic, political, and strategic effects such a shortfall might produce, it surely would reduce the prospects for growth in both the developing and developed worlds. Such an economic slowdown would exacerbate other unresolved tensions, push fragile and failing states further down the path toward collapse, and perhaps have serious economic impact on both China and India.”

The US military says its views cannot be taken as US government policy but admits they are meant to provide the Joint Forces with “an intellectual foundation upon which we will construct the concept to guide out future force developments.”

The warning is the latest in a series from around the world that has turned peak oil – the moment when demand exceeds supply – from a distant threat to a more immediate risk.

The Wicks Review on UK energy policy published last summer effectively dismissed fears but Lord Hunt, the British energy minister, met concerned industrialists two weeks ago in a sign that it is rapidly changing its mind on the seriousness of the issue.

The Paris-based International Energy Agency remains confident that there is no short-term risk of oil shortages but privately some senior officials have admitted there is considerable disagreement internally about this upbeat stance.

Future fuel supplies are of acute importance to the US army because it is believed to be the biggest single user of petrol in the world. BP chief executive, Tony Hayward, said recently that there was little chance of crude from the carbon-heavy Canadian tar sands being banned in America because the US military like to have local supplies rather than rely on the politically unstable Middle East.

But there are signs that the US Department of Energy might also be changing its stance on peak oil. In a recent interview with French newspaper, Le Monde, Glen Sweetnam, main oil adviser to the Obama administration, admitted that “a chance exists that we may experience a decline” of world liquid fuels production between 2011 and 2015 if the investment was not forthcoming.

Lionel Badal, a post-graduate student at Kings College, London, who has been researching peak oil theories, said the review by the American military moves the debate on.

“It’s surprising to see that the US Army, unlike the US Department of Energy, publicly warns of major oil shortages in the near-term. Now it could be interesting to know on which study the information is based on,” he said.

“The Energy Information Administration (of the department of energy) has been saying for years that Peak Oil was “decades away”. In light of the report from the US Joint Forces Command, is the EIA still confident of its previous highly optimistic conclusions?”

The Joint Operating Environment report paints a bleak picture of what can happen on occasions when there is serious economic upheaval. “One should not forget that the Great Depression spawned a number of totalitarian regimes that sought economic prosperity for their nations by ruthless conquest,” it points out.

For over 100 years western countries, particularly Britain and America, have had major interests in the middle east. This three part documentary, explains our obsession with oil in the Middle East over the last century:

But now we are running out of oil:

Peak Oil would explain our current foreign policy in the middle east, and the rising prices at home at the pump. The sad part is, is that we’ve known about peak oil for years:

So should we not now be focusing on new technologies?

There are two technologies which could have a massive impact against crude oil, and become a viable substitute for it in the future. These two forms of fuel are Algae Oil:

And Hydrogen:

So along with bad foreign policy, bad home policy, and all the silly controlling and nudging that goes on from congress. Should we not be concentrating on bringing our troops home, drilling at home, constructing the pipeline from Canada, and developing our own American resources? Resources that we could then sell to the rest of the world.

Think about it, if we develop hydrogen, and algae oil, and once again became the world’s largest oil and energy producer. Do you really think we’d need to have any influence in the middle east at all? Not only would our economy boom once more and return jobs to the US. We could also once again become the heart of freedom in the world and restore our republic. The US with all its own military might would still be the most powerful country in the world, but it would no longer have to strike fear into other nations as an imperial entity.