Saturday, October 4, 2014

Are The Establishment Now Terrified of the Monster They Created?

“Saudi Arabia has created a Frankenstein's monster over which it is rapidly losing control...” Patrick Cockburn, The Independent,U.K., 13 July 2014.

“The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) is a puppet terrorist group sponsored by Saudi Arabia and trained by the Western agents, a political analyst tells Press TV.”

“The Saudis may have created a monster that is likely to bite them as well. Should the ISIS invade Saudi Arabia, it will be a fight of a lifetime. Muslims will have a ringside view of a blood-curdling duel between ideological twins....
The lesson for the corrupt Saudi monarchy is clear: those that dig a hole for others are likely to fall into it themselves. Should this come about, the Saudi regime would face a fate that it richly deserves.”

“The West may have to pay a price for its alliance with Saudi Arabia and the Gulf monarchies, which have always found Sunni jihadism more attractive than democracy....Western powers and their regional allies have largely escaped criticism for their role in reigniting the war in Iraq....” Patrick Cockburn, The Independent, U.K. 13 July 2014.

Is the reason for this bombing coalition against ISIL, or ISIS because the establishment and elites of the world are in fear and starting to realise there is a price to be paid for killing peoples’ children and civilians in other countries. It is a known fact that violence breeds violence. And there are a lot of displaced people out there who have lost entire families, their homes destroyed, their children slaughtered under the banners of “bringing democracy” and a “responsibility to protect.” Many of these people are survivors of illegal wars and endless bombings.

“You cannot go out and bomb people and not expect that the survivors aren’t going to retaliate. And one of the ways people retaliate against powerful armies is by initiating terrorist strikes against their citizens.” Jacob G. Hornberger, September 17, 2014.

One sincerely hopes this kind of violence never comes to us in our comfortable way of life. But, that old saying, “what goes around comes around” has been known to come true. And even the good book, which has been ridiculed by some in positions of power, does say, “As you sow, so shall you reap.” And our “leaders” and their corrupt “allies” have been sowing, death, destruction, killings, invasions, and bombings around the world.

“The U.S. government leads the world in assassinations. No other regime can come close in this remarkable achievement. Every month, there are new assassinations. The process never stops. People are being assassinated on a regular basis by national-security state officials. The assassinations include American citizens. State-sponsored assassinations have become an ordinary part of American governmental life. The U.S. government also leads the world in bombings. Every day, new bombs are dropped on people. We don’t even know how many people are being killed by the bombs. We don’t know who the victims are. It doesn’t really matter....” Jacob G. Hornberger, September 23, 2014

Millions of innocent people around the world have been subjected to endless wars. [1] Refugees are in the millions and millions of people have been slaughtered. Thousands of soldiers are dead or dying some are horribly disfigured and maimed. Children are massacred and those still alive some have lost their parents. [1a] Countries’ and cities and their infrastructure destroyed. Yet, out of all this murder and mayhem, the ghouls of the earth are up to their necks in blood-soaked profits. And some of these ruling war criminals [2] finance, supply and support both sides in this chaos of carnage.

“It’s easy to understand why beheading videos provoke such intense emotion: they’re savage and horrific to watch, by design. But are they more brutal than the constant, ongoing killing of civilians, including children, that the U.S. and its closest allies have been continuously perpetrating?”

These destroyers of decency depend on endless wars for their filthy gains. Blood has to flow to show the superiority of their weapons. Carnage capitalism must show success. And the mark of success is cities, towns and villages destroyed by their “surgical strikes” and the resulting slaughter of civilians is called “collateral damage.”

The language has been perverted by these war perverts. They hide behind words like “national security” and “not in the public interest” to hide their depredations and demonic acts. Some have even been known to get prizes for “peace” which surely shows how rotten and corrupt the system is.

Now the system is engaged in a bombing campaign with their “allies” some of whom are also financing and training the ISIL, ISIS enemy, [2a] this has resulted in the beheading and killings of innocent hostages and others by ISIL. Barbarism and blood shed has become a daily occurrence and we are told this war could last for years, which surely must make the profiteers of bloody death and destruction in the war business jump for joy.  Meanwhile, there is no joy for the people in these unfortunate countries, some of which are in a state of civil wars [3] caused by the treachery and invasions of “liberators” and “war makers.” [3a]

Making war and selling weapons has become the “business” of governments and multi-national corporations. [4] The latest bombing coalition, I believe, will create more terrorism and terrorists. Innocent people everywhere will suffer and die because the   “Gods of War” need death and destruction to feed their demonic desires. The work of ISIL or ISIS is satanic, it is a monstrous devil created by corrupt and treasonous “allies” now trembling and soiling themselves in fear over the monster they created. This coalition formed by the ‘Great Satan’ makes them all partners in this rule of evil [4b] masquerading as a “good.”  

Is there worse evil than that which goes in the mask of good?” - Lloyd Alexander
Stephen J. Gray
October 4, 2014.


Articles of interest at links below:
 General Wesley Clark: Wars Were Planned - Seven Countries In Five Years