The silence from the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) and the Muslim world is deafening!
Terrorism is terrorism wherever it may lie, hide or operate. Whether in the streets of the Old Continent or in Yemen, it is Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabism that has draped nations in suffocating fear. It is Saudi Arabia again that has hold a faith ransom and forced 1.6 billion Muslims to think themselves in negation of one another and beyond the world altogether.
The cabal is desperate for a war. I truly believe it will NOT happen no matter how alarming the reports are.
Months of disquieting and needless escalation between the United States and Russia over Syria and the Asia-Pacific theater quickened feverishly to near outright hostility over the past 48 hours, and — considering semantics from both ends suggestive of antebellum blame-casting — it’s past time to pay attention.
Indeed, though a few analysts still dismissively liken the tensions to so much blustery rhetoric, a growing number contend obstinate U.S. posturing about Russian aggression hasn’t been taken so lightly by President Vladimir Putin and his rapidly amassing allies.
Additionally, it now seems the U.S. has backed its incessant finger-pointing with the subtle language necessary to undertake what could best, if ironically, be termed a ‘defensive first strike.’
While full-scale nuclear war might indeed be an outside possibility at this early date, the specter of full military engagement is quickly materializing on several fronts. To understand how we arrived so near this precipice, a series of events and statements over the previous month should be considered contextually with those of the last two days.
Russian Embassy in Damascus shelled for 2 hours on Wednesday, no casualties – Foreign Ministry
The Russian Embassy in Damascus was shelled for 2 hours on Wednesday, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
Stating that no one was injured in the shelling, the ministry said the embassy’s territory was covered in bomb splinters. The ministry has strongly condemned the attack – the second one on the embassy this month.
“On October 12, starting from 11:30am, the neighborhood in Damascus where the Russian Embassy is located was subjected to mortar fire for nearly two hours from the Jobar district controlled by extremists,” an official statement from the Foreign Ministry says.
READ MORE: Russian embassy in Damascus shelled from terrorist-controlled area of Syria
Russian Military Takes Control Of Nation As All Children Overseas Ordered Home Immediately
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A grave new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today says that President Putin this morning signed a decree authorizing the Ministry of Defense (MoD) to begin implementing their wartime state management system that gives full power to the Russian military of the entire nation, and has further ordered that all Russian children presently overseas be brought home immediately before the “outbreak of total war”. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
George Soros is asking the world to stop Russia from destroying Al Qaeda.
The war hawks and globalist elite sociopaths are crawling out of their holes as they smell big time war coming out of Syria…and they are giddy as hell.
John McCain made his appearance yesterday to call for more war in order to help his Al Qaeda pals. Hillary has been pushing for world war since her US presidential campaign got underway. Angela Merkel is also siding with Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Now the most evil of all sociopath globalists, Mr. George Soros, has made his appearance.
Of course Soros would like Al Qaeda to succeed in Aleppo and Syria, how else will Soros continue to destroy Europe with endless migrant chaos, open borders, and total chaos…while Soros speculates on currency fluctuations, padding his billionaire bank account.
The world is witnessing a humanitarian catastrophe of historic proportions. It is happening in Syria. It is being perpetrated by the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, in support of his protégé, Bashar al-Assad. Russian planes are bombing the civilian population of Aleppo, the country’s second-largest city, to assist Syrian government forces on the ground. The combined assault has, among other things, put the city’s remaining hospitals out of commission and deprived the population of drinking water.
President Putin is moving aggressively to exploit the four months between now and the January 20 U.S. presidential inauguration, based on a callous political calculation. As the New York Times puts it: “Mr. Putin calculates that the departing President Obama will be unlikely to intervene in the escalating Syrian conflict and a new American president who might consider a tougher policy will not yet be in office…The next American president will face a new reality and will be forced to accept it.” When the facts are fully established, Putin’s bombing of Aleppo will be viewed as among the modern world’s most egregious war crimes.
I appeal to the people of Russia, Europe, and the rest of the world not to stand idly by, but to spread the word and voice their outrage. An outpouring of public opinion could induce President Putin to put an end to his heinous crimes against humanity.
America awoke today to the sad news that boxing legend Muhammad Ali has passed away. And while the overwhelming majority of public remembrances will be praiseworthy, there are still those who have never forgiven Ali for his refusal to comply with the military draft in the 1960s. Even his archrival, Smokin’ Joe Frazier, resorted to calling Ali a “draft dodger.”
This charge is completely unfounded. Ali never dodged the draft; he opposed it, accepting the legal consequences without any attempt to evade them. He didn’t flee to Canada or enroll in college to obtain a deferment. From the moment he learned of his induction, Ali stood firmly in the proud tradition of civil disobedience, saying “just take me to jail.”
And while Ali cited his religion as the chief basis for his objection to the war, most of his statements were firmly rooted in the libertarian principle of “non-aggression.” This is the understanding that it is wrong to initiate violence: to use force against those who have not used force against you. Ali said:
“Why should me and other so-called ‘negroes’ go 10,000 miles away from home, here in America, to drop bombs and bullets on other innocent brown people who’s never bothered us and I will say directly: No, I will not go.”
History has vindicated his principled stand against a war nearly everyone now considers a mistake.
This writer has long argued the declaration of war power granted to Congress is not the power to start a war, but to declare that one already exists, based on the founding libertarian principle of non-aggression.
Ali’s principled stand cost him quite a bit at the time. He was stripped of his boxing title and sentenced to five years in prison. While he eventually won an appeal and avoided the prison sentence, he was indebted for years and reviled by a large portion of the American public.
Throughout it all, he maintained his stance, reiterating the non-aggression principle over and over as he toured America speaking against the war. Certainly, some of what he said was divisive, including “my enemy’s the white people, not the Vietcong, the Chinese or the Japanese.” But while those words were rash, it’s not like he didn’t have a point.
More importantly, history has vindicated his principled stand against a war nearly everyone now considers a mistake. After invading a tiny nation that had never attacked the United States and losing over 50,000 U.S. soldiers, the United States left Vietnam to the communists, who quickly took over the entire country.
According to proponents of the war at the time, this should have led to a “domino effect,” wherein the rest of Asia and subsequently the world succumbed to the communist menace. Instead, communism failed on its own and the Vietnamese began adopting a market economy a mere twelve years later, as eventually did virtually every other communist nation. Today, Vietnam is a trading partner with the U.S.
A lot of very smart people defended the Vietnam War at the time and for a long time afterwards. Some of the most hawkish wonks still do. Imagine the lives and fortunes that could have been saved if they had just listened to a loudmouthed young boxer with a purported IQ of 78, who wisely articulated the eternal law of nature in opposing an immoral and unnecessary war.
Tony Blair [in the Sunday Times]: Britain and its western allies must be prepared to send ground troops to “crush” Islamic State forces or risk a terror attack in Europe of “such size and horror” that draconian security measures would have to be introduced, Tony Blair has said. -Guardian
In a widely noted editorial, Tony Blair is speaking up again, pounding the drums for war without apology. This after years of vilification for involving Britain in overseas wars.
Obviously Blair is enunciating policy points that the larger, shadowy British establishment wants to present. For one reason or another, Blair remains a presenter of choice when it comes to these things.
One listens to the talking points and watches the movements “on the ground,” and eventually comes to the realization that a kind of World War III is being organized.
Such a war, if ever delivered, would be a catastrophe, and certainly would not result in the economic benefits we are instructed that World War II provided after its conclusion.
This is Blair’s second major statement in a matter of days on international issues. In a previous article, we covered Blair’s recent statements to the BBC regarding “flabby liberalism.”
Blair warned then that he is setting off on a crusade that would result in creating international policies against “extremism and intolerance.”
In this article, he sounds more directly militant. And his viewpoints are supported by a recent article over at ZeroHedge entitled, Japan’s Finance Minister Accidentally Reveals How It All Ends: “War.”
From the ZeroHedge article:
It seems – according to a stunningly candid transcript of Japan’s finance minister’s conversation with none other than Paul Krugman – that the real endgame here is actual war. Aso remarked that “a similar [deflationary mindset] had occurred in the US in the 1930s. What solved the question? War!
Aso is certainly engaged in a continual struggle against the current reluctance of Japanese businesses to make investments. This is similar to the reluctance in Europe and the US and has to do with previous government support for bankrupt banks and other businesses.
Instead of letting the contraction of 2008 run to its conclusion, governments stepped in and propped up failing institutions.
Supposedly – and illegally – the US Fed sent up to US$16 trillion around the world in a matter of days to ensure that the current financial structure remained in the place.
Such actions basically froze the Great Recession in place. But war basically forces institutions to invest.
In the US, for instance, large institutions may have been reluctant to make investments before World War II, but as war loomed, these same institutions faced government demands that they convert factories to produce war-based products. Investments were made, after all.
However, war is ultimately destructive and does not create prosperity anymore than throwing a rock through a window does.
What did help economically after World War II is described in a Mises article entitled, World War II Did Not End the Great Depression.
The article refers to an analysis by Robert Higgs that divided the Great Depression into three phases.
The Great Contraction occurred during the Hoover years and went from 1929 to 1933. During this period private investment fell by about 84 percent.
This set the stage for the Great Duration, 1933–1945. As … the 1930s wore on, President Franklin Roosevelt became ever bolder about undermining property rights. This delayed complete recovery.
Finally, there was the Great Escape, which occurred after and in spite of World War II, not because of it.
The Great Escape argues that the US in particular, as the dominant nation-state, set the tone for the rest of the world. And in the US, returning veterans wanted a return to normalcy and a well-functioning economy.
As a result, there came about “a partial dismantling of the regulatory infrastructure that had grown up during the Depression and the war.” Higgs calls this a “rediscovery of the market and a new birth of freedom for entrepreneurs and workers.”
But the chances of a Great Escape taking place again are not very good. Any modern war will probably not be waged on a such a grand scale as World War II, but will likely be a widening conflict encompassing many smaller regions.
It also may last a lot longer than World War II due to the lack of singular and defined opponents. As a result, there will probably be no homogenized homecoming of veterans and no “great escape” from the continued expansion of the regulatory state.
What we have consistently argued is that neither politics nor any resurgence of industrial freedom will much delay the Anglosphere’s gradual authoritarian descent.
For this reason, we suggest that people do their best within family and community units to assert independence from the larger, statist structure.
This ought to be done privately and surreptitiously when possible, though legally as much as possible.
The results should include the ability to defend oneself, a store of precious metals, access to potable water and a fresh food supply and even, if possible, the ability to travel abroad to places where one has a second home and the ability to live independently.
Counter-cyclical – “defensive” investing – ought to be examined too.
Some of this is costly but some is not. And the goal should always be independence and self protection.
Even heavy-handed efforts to impose a wartime economy are bound to be irregular and incompetent.
The alternative of course is something much worse, but the chances in our view are much greater for a muddled authoritarianism. This will be one that gives people with planning and foresight the ability to “live free in an unfree world.”
In fact, optimistically, as a result of the Internet, many elite plans that have been made to increase the global order seem gradually to be falling by the wayside.
Conclusion: As we have pointed out before, the ability to survive and thrive despite the upcoming chaos will gradually lead to better days ahead. The trick is getting from here to there.
Malaysia the country is under attack!….economically and politically. As a result the people of Malaysia suffer as they’re both directly and indirectly hit and many have vanished and died as a result.
The people are waking up through their sufferings and they are gathering together to save their very sick country. The country is sick because its people are sick. There are two groups of sick people.
- Mentally ill (the politicians)
- Physically ill (the people)
The predicament the nation is in started off by those sick political minds who belong to a sick organization called UMNO (United Malay National Organization), manipulated and under the control of the economic hitman.
The economic hitman infiltrated UMNO and worked his way right at the very top. The bottom simply and quite naturally fell through.
To destroy a country is very simple…destroy its economy. The method is also very simple…rob its wealth and assets.
The economic hit has been quite successful and billions of Ringgits have disappeared and more public funds are being snatched even as we speak.
The people are directly being robbed by more taxes and the recent GST is gulping every cent from the people.
There is a fierce war going on now and its basically between the govern-ment and the people.
The govern-ment’s soldiers are basically dumb UMNO members and their battle cry is “Save and support our leader (be he right or wrong)”
The people have gathered as one under the banner “Selamatkan Malaysia” (Save Malaysia).
What is very very clear of this war is the cause.
- A group of people who’re saving the country under destruction
- A group of people who’re saving the man whose destroying the country
There will be a show of force by the people at a forthcoming event on March 27, 2016 to remove the Prime Minister.
Will the country and the people survive the cabals’ onslaught ?
It’s a near miracle that nuclear war has so far been avoided. – Noam Chomsky
Let’s imagine for a few minutes that the ongoing-global-currency war and proxy wars somehow, unexpectedly, blow up into a world war directly involving you, wherever it is that you live. Specifically, imagine that one side is able to achieve surprise, and as you sit at your desk, today, the power and all telecommunications go out without warning. Within 15 minutes, everyone notices a large amount of what is obviously military aircraft activity, evidenced by sonic booms, and soon there are several very bright flashes on the horizon in the direction of the closest military base.
The odds of this actually happening are not zero.
You may very well survive a nuclear war. Did you know that there have been over 500 above-ground detonations of nuclear weapons.
As an exercise, please consider the following questions:
How do you think most others around you would react?
Do you already have a plan that you would implement for this type of scenario?
What immediate action(s) would you take?
What are the three most likely perils you might face?
What is the thing you could do, now, to most improve your chance of surviving each of these three perils?
Here are my responses.
How do you think most others around you would react? I believe the amount of panic in any major American city, like mine, would be absolutely hellacious, literally, and streets would become impassable to cars almost immediately. Many people would either become catatonic with disbelief, die of a heart attack, or quickly progress from fear to the emotion that most know best, anger. People would resort to any and all measures to try to get out of the cities.
Do you already have a plan that you would implement for this type of scenario? Yes.
What immediate action(s) would you take? I would ride a motorcycle (very quickly) on train tracks, or other previously reconnoitered route, to one of several pre-planned rally points that have a bomb and fallout shelter.
What are the three most likely perils you might face? 1) Nuclear weapon blast or fallout 2) Lack of drinking water 3) Starvation
What is the thing you could do, now, to most improve your chance of surviving each of these three perils? 1) Remember the excellent information in this goofy dude’s videos. 2) Have water stored at shelter 3) Have food stored at shelter.
Do you even know where to find a fallout shelter? How quickly can you get to one? Will you be able to get in?
Si vis pacem, para bellum.