The war on terror is a sham. It is based on false premises and propagated by those who claim to fight it.
by Arjun Walia
The so-called ‘Islamic State’ is fully financed and supported by the Western military alliance and America’s allies in the Persian Gulf.
Fortunately, more people are starting to wake up to this fact, and are recognizing that a massive propaganda campaign is currently underway which intends to persuade the public into believing in and fearing a ‘terrorist’ enemy.
As former British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook explains, this tactic is meant “to drive TV watchers to accept a unified international leadership for a war against terrorism. The country behind this propaganda is the United States.”
If we take a moment to let this sink in, the implications become quite clear: the Western military alliance is manufacturing and perpetuating (in several different ways) this war on terror, while at the same time claiming to be fighting for our freedom by going after these so-called terrorists.
9/11 was the turning point, and polls now show that almost half (if not more) of Americans believe that 9/11 was an inside job, created to justify the infiltration of the Middle East.
Ever since that day, countless innocent people have lost their lives fighting against something which their own countries continue to support.
“We are dealing with a criminal undertaking at a global level… The global war on terrorism is a fabrication, a big lie and a crime against humanity.” – Dr. Michel Chossudovsky, Canadian Economist and the University of Ottawa’s Emeritus Professor of Economics (source) (source)
The statement above was made at the International Conference on the New World Order, and reflects an issue that continues to attract attention from intellects and other influential people around the world.
Simply put, a ‘secretive’ group of elitists have taken control of the planet, and they continue to infiltrate and wreak havoc on countries to establish this New World Order.
This is exactly what president Eisenhower warned us about when he warned us that we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence by the military industrial complex, and when he argued that the “potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists, and will persist.”
This power has practically taken over the Middle East, and over the years more people continue to question why violent intervention was necessary in these countries.
Considering the infiltration of these countries was based on false premises, the obvious answer is, it was not. This power completely controls the United States and allied political systems.
“There exists a shadowy government with its own Air Force, its own Navy, its own fundraising mechanism, and the ability to pursue its own ideas of the national interest, free from all checks and balances, and free from the law itself.” – Senator Daniel K. Inouye (source)
A recently published email belonging to Hilary Clinton confirmed this widespread duplicity, revealing that the invasion of Libya was less about protecting the people from a dictator and more so about obtaining money, power, and oil, and preventing African economic sovereignty.
Before 2011, Libya had economic independence, with its own water, food, oil, and money — even its own state-controlled bank.
So, who’s next? According to retired four-star General Wesley Clark, it could be Iran. Here’s what he said in an interview with Democracy Now almost 10 years ago.
For years, Western media has been raising concerns over Iran’s nuclear program, creating an atmosphere of fear amongst the public, and judging by the words of Wesley Clark, Iran may be the military’s next target. In order for this to happen, conflicts like those in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria will need to emerge in Iran. And we can already see it happening.
The United States continues to demonize Iran in the media and impose more sanctions on the country, no doubt in an effort to stain the country’s reputation in the eyes of the Western public. This would make infiltration of the country much easier to justify, and it seems plans are already in the works.
According to University of Ottawa’s Dr. Michel Chossudovsky (quoted above):
“Humanity is at a dangerous crossroads. War preparations to attack Iran are in ‘an advanced state of readiness.’ Hi tech weapons systems including nuclear warheads are fully deployed.
“This military adventure has been on the Pentagon’s drawing board since the mid-1990s. First Iraq, then Iran according to a declassified 1995 US Central Command document.
“Escalation is part of the military agenda. While Iran, is the next target together with Syria and Lebanon, this strategic military deployment also threatens North Korea, China and Russia.” – Chossudovsky
All of these activities, and the entire New World Order agenda, rely on a heightened national security state — one that reiterates the constant need for national defense measures to be not only maintained, but increased.
Without a world at war, without the ‘terrorist threat’ that these powers themselves create, this agenda would not be able to move forward.
The American media, which is undeniably governed by both intelligence and corporate agendas, is building a political consensus for war, as they’ve done in the past and continue to do to this day, dishing out false information and propaganda to the masses.
World class journalists are already confirming this (and here are three great examples).
The power which controls the West is clearly gearing up for another take-over scenario. United States military bases are now present all over the world, well positioned to invade wherever they are directed to.
These powers will continue to fabricate crises in order to create a global atmosphere of fear, making people more likely to agree to their proposed ‘solutions.’
This is exactly how the New World Order moves forward — through ‘legitimized violence’ and ‘justified’ killings. And the first step to stopping them is awareness.
“With regard to Iran, what is unfolding is the outright legitimization of war in the name of an illusive notion of global security.” – Prof Michel Chossudovsky