- Note - This is a stream-of-consciousness commentary...
- The global propoganda arm of the New World Order is doing
its job as expected. Osama bin Ladin has already been tried and convicted
as the mastermind of the September 11 attacks. America will now become
embroiled in a religious war that could engulf the entire Middle East.
Who will gain from this war? What are some of the possible results?
- - Osama bin-Ladin has now become the greatest Muslim
hero. Don't believe the lies that the Western press is spreading that he
is looked upon as a deviant and as an outcast by most Muslims. He embodies
the fullest ideals of the concept of Jihad. It does not matter if he is
responsible for the attacks or if he is not. He now stands in battle against
what Muslims refer to as The Great Satan, and 90% of Muslims can do nothing
but admire him.
- - The House of Saud is now in a Catch-22 situation. Do
they support the American war and risk their kingdom being toppled, or
do they try to keep their distance and acknowledge how illegitimate and
shaky their government is? A very possible result of this war could be
the fall of the House of Saud. They have been corrupted by American luxuries
and true Muslims see the royal family as traitors to Islam. Standard Oil
of California (now Chevron) bought the rights to prospect for oil in Arabia
from the House of Saud for a mere $250,000 in 1933. America has viewed
Saudi oil as our oil since that time, and we have always counted on our
Saudi lackeys to always push for lower prices and higher production during
every OPEC meeting. The House of Saud is an American asset and real Muslims
view it as a terrible shame that their holiest land is controlled and supported
by, and even occupied with troops from, a "Christian" nation.
- - The physical British Empire declined in the years after
World War II, but the global elites, since the time of Cecil Rhodes, have
understood this inevitable decline and have turned their attention to creating
a brand new global empire. The Federal Reserve, the Council On Foreign
Relations, the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, the Trilateral
Commission, the World Trade Organization etc, etc, are all a continuing
part of this march towards a global government.
- - Islamic Fundamentalism was supported by the British
and American governments during the Cold War. Bin Ladin was a CIA and British
asset. He personally fought against the Russians in Afghanistan and he
was almost killed several times by Russian shelling. After the Cold War
America slowly backed off of its support for Muslim fundamentalists, but
certain members of the British elite have continued to support, and perhaps
even direct it.
- - Bin Ladin's direct financial assets and strategic capabilities
have been hugely exaggerated. The entity known as Al-Qaeda is simply the
guestbook for Muslims who entered Peshawar to join the jihad against Russia
in Afghanistan. There is no such thing as a global terrorist organization
known as Al-Qaeda! Bin-Laden is probably not directly, or even secondarily,
responsible, but of course the media is able to trot out "links"
that "prove" Bin-Ladin was involved. These "links"
may be real, but Afghanistan was a haven for many dedicated Muslims who
wanted to participate in a jihad, and many of these rich and powerful fanatics
crossed paths in that country over the past twenty years. These links are
far from "proof" or even "evidence" that Bin-Ladin
was responsible for orchestrating and funding the September 11 attacks.
- - The Taliban regime became the focus of the Global Elites
anger for doing at least two things: 1) Destroying the ancient carved stone
buddhist statues, which represented an attack on religious pluralism and
tolerance. 2) Prohibiting the growing of poppies for heroin. This was perhaps
one of the few admirable actions of the Taliban regime, but it deprived
the merchant banks of a very important and massive supply of liquid capital.
Drug money is used to prop up the bankrupt global financial system and
the loss of the Afghani raw material represented a major loss of income.
When Afghanistan is liberated will poppy production continue again under
the UN? Of course it will.
- - Osama Bin-Ladin is a perfact scapegoat because he is
already a well-known and admitted terrorist, he is connected with the House
of Saud, he is associated with the Taliban and he is capable of starting
a jihad among the majority of Muslims not corrupted and bought by the West.
- - A religious war in the Middle East is a goal of the
global elites for several purposes: 1) War is always a quick road to peace.
Want a League of Nations? Start World War I. Want a United Nations? Start
World War II. Want a New World Order? Start a religious war in the Middle
East. 2) Jerusalem must become an international city, controlled by the
UN, as a symbol of tolerance and as a holy place for the three monotheistic
faiths. 3) The Arabs must be kicked off the Temple Mount and a new Jewish
Temple must be built, to be taken over for occult purposes. 4) America's
status as the only super-power must be dissolved. America's strong grip
on OPEC, through the Saudis, must be diminished. Europe has already made
agreements for Russian oil, and so the fall of the House of Saud serves
the NWO at the expense of America.
- - Britain pledges to be our friend, and Tony Blair makes
heartfelt speeches, but all of the alleged terrorists entered the United
States via London, Saudi Arabian dissidents are given shelter in Britain,
and the British-dominated New World Order can only gain from what will
soon happen. In the meantime, the British press continues to be the most
aggresive antagonists of Israeli self-preservation, and British elites
have proven ties to Muslim terrorism. By the way, is there a CNN reporter
that does not have a British accent? I thought CNN was an American network.
These are merely the thoughts I have gathered after pondering this subject.
Below are some links to articles that offer important data that has been
ignored or glossed over by the major media:
- Dr. Saad Al-Fagih: A dissident Saudi now living in London.
He lived in Afghanistan, understands Saudi politics, and is quite frank
in relating the Muslim view of Bin-Ladin. Here is an interview, and here
is the website of his organization that seeks freedom and democracy in
Saudi Arabia. Read especially the two main articles on the front page.
Have you heard these views in our media? Don't you think that people like
Dr. Al-Fagih should be heard?
- Said K. Aburish: A Palestinian author and journalist
also living in London. Here is an interview. His many books document the
West's manipulation of the Middle East, and they offer a perspective that
must be heard if the present situation is to be properly understood. And
Americans stupidly wonder in horror and amazement, "How can they hate
us so much?! What have we done to deserve this?!" Well, put down the
clicker and read a book! Our foreign policy has been hijacked since Woodrow
Wilson and we have been steadily aiming for our present destination for
the past fifty years. This should not be a surprise.
- Executive Intelligence Review: An organization led by
the sometimes brilliant, sometimes ignorant, and sometimes comical, Lyndon
LaRouche. One article on Osama Bin-Ladin's globalist backers, and another
article on the globalist control of international terror.
- The bottom line is... We are being duped. www.redmoonrising.com
- I welcome any comments or suggestions to help better
understand the situation we are in.
- Thank you, and God bless America,
- Peter Goodgame
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