The Crimocracy and the War on Terror
April 21, 2016
What follows is ever closely linked to what precedes; it is not a procession of isolated events, merely obeying the laws of sequence, but a rational continuity.
– Marcus Aurelius, Meditations (180 A.D.)
Nothing on earth can ever justify a crime… If you grant an amnesty to the past, you are corrupting the future.
– Benjamin Constant, Des Effets de la Terreur (1797)
EXCUSING FELLOW CRIMINALS – President Barack Obama gave a blanket amnesty to George W. Bush in January 2009, saying he had “a belief that we need to look forward as opposed to looking backwards.”
The War on Terror is a massive fraud that has affected the entire world. This fraudulent Zionist Zeitgeist was kick-started by the false-flag terror attacks of 9-11. The United States is, without a doubt, the nation most profoundly affected by the criminal fraud known as the War on Terror.
The United States has been actively engaged in the War on Terror since September 11, 2001, and has waged two major wars under the rubric of fighting terrorism – in Afghanistan and Iraq. The direct consequences of waging these wars include more than a million lives lost and trillions of dollars wasted. As a result, Americans have seen neither peace nor prosperity since 9-11.
Although the fifteen-year fraud known as the War on Terror has plundered our national wealth and ruined untold thousands of American lives, there is not a single presidential candidate calling for an end to this fraudulent ideological and military campaign. How can it be that not a single candidate for the presidency of the United States dares to even address the most obvious criminal fraud that is destroying the hope of peace and prosperity for America? Why is there not even one leading presidential candidate who is willing to promise peace in our time?
Apart from being a colossal waste, the War on Terror has also been extremely counter-productive. In both Afghanistan and Iraq, the two main theatres of the U.S.-led War on Terror, terrorism took the lives of more people in 2015 than in any other year in history. Globally, acts of terrorism are more than ten times more frequent now than they were before we became engaged in this massive criminal fraud back in 2001.
To understand the criminal nature of the War on Terror one need only grasp that both U.S.-led interventions waged in its name, in Afghanistan and Iraq, are in fact “wars of aggression,” i.e. criminal wars waged without the justification of self-defense. Under international law, the “planning, preparation, initiation, or waging of wars of aggression” constitutes “a crime against peace” – the supreme war crime as defined by the Nuremberg Tribunal in 1950.
The U.S. invasion of Iraq was a costly disaster for the United States that served no U.S. national interest.
Israel’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Israelis that the Zionist state benefited from “one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq.”
If the War on Terror is so costly, criminal, and counter-productive, why is it that not a single presidential candidate in the United States is willing to demand an end to it?
The War on Terror, which doubled defense spending in the United States after 9-11, benefits a tiny elite group of criminals at the top of the U.S. political establishment at the expense of the nation as a whole and the great majority of the American population. This tiny group of criminals, however, controls both political parties and the circus-like sham we call elections. This is why, in spite of changing administrations, we see a complete and uninterrupted continuity of the criminal policies that have destroyed the hopes of peace and prosperity in America.
The U.S. intervention in Iraq, for example, which began in 1991 under George H.W. Bush, has now continued through seven administrations. The last four, under George W. Bush and Barack Obama, have clearly engaged in war crimes related to the criminal war of aggression connected with the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Another example of the continuity of criminal policies is the job-destroying NAFTA agreement. This “free trade” agreement, which decimated the American manufacturing sector, was prepared during the Republican administration of George H.W. Bush but passed in 1993, the first year that Democrat Bill Clinton occupied the White House. Rahm Emanuel, Clinton’s special Israeli Mossad advisor, is credited with single-handedly getting the destructive legislation passed through Congress.
Do the different presidential candidates go along with the Zionist construct known as the War on Terror and its wars of aggression because there is a consensus that these are good policies that are beneficial to the nation?
No; of course not. The selected presidential candidates go along with these criminal policies because they themselves are either part of or beholden to the crimocracy that dictates these policies.
The shared criminal activities of the Clinton and Bush families that are documented go back to the days of Iran-Contra, in which Israeli intelligence played the lead role. As they say, nothing binds people more closely together than a crime committed together. One of the most important criminal functions these people provide for each other is covering-up for each other.
The War on Terror and other pro-war and anti-prosperity policies are clearly destructive to the American republic and its people, but because these policies serve the elite criminal cabal that runs the United States, they continue without being contested or debated.
Peace and prosperity are what people around the world expect and demand from their governments and these are exactly what Americans most sorely need after fifteen years of the criminal fraud known as the War on Terror.
We can have neither peace nor prosperity if we allow this fraud to go on, which is why we must demand that the candidates who want our support address the issue of ending the War on Terror. Any candidate who does not call for an immediate end to the War on Terror is not worth voting for.
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