originally posted by: 727Sky
That was a well researched video and ties many lose ends together. S^F
originally posted by: Thurisaz
a reply to: sosobad
I am flagging and starring this thread!
at least your video can be watched.
originally posted by: DarknStormy
a reply to: sosobad
The guy is a genius... Love his videos and I wonder what the "We didn't fund them" crew have got to say about it.
There's a pattern here if you look closely. This is a tried and true geopolitical strategy.
Step 1: Build up a dictator or extremist group which can then be used to wage proxy wars against opponents. During this stage any crimes committed by these proxies are swept under the rug. [Problem]
Step 2: When these nasty characters have outlived their usefulness, that's when it's time to pull out all that dirt from under the rug and start publicizing it 24/7. This obviously works best when the public has no idea how these bad guys came to power.[Reaction]
Step 3: Finally, when the public practically begging for the government to do something, a solution is proposed. Usually the solution involves military intervention, the loss of certain liberties, or both. [Solution]
Now you might be thinking: "This all sounds fine and good, but what does this have to do with me? I can't influence this situation."
That perspective is quite common, and for most people, it's paralyzing, but the truth of the matter is that we can influence this. We've done it before, and we can do it again.
I'll be honest with you though, this isn't going to be easy. To succeed we have to start thinking strategically. Like it or not, this is a chess game. If we really want to rock the boat, we have to start reaching out to people in positions of influence. This can mean talking to broadcasters at your local radio station, news paper, or t.v. station, or it can mean contacting influential bloggers, celebrities, business figures or government officials. Reaching out to current serving military and young people who may be considering joining up is also important. But even if it's just your neighbor, or your coworker, every single person we can reach brings us closer to critical mass. The most important step is to start trying.
The Covert Origins of ISIS
Several intelligent people have charted the history of Problem - Reaction - Solution spanning right back to Nero burning Rome in 64 AD. They chronicle governments and oligarchies engaging in acts of terrorism against their own people to advance their own agenda. Here's another example I found: Diocletian burns down his own palace in 303 AD and blames it on the Christians. A further example of how elites throughout history commit acts of terrorism as a pretext to create enemies and corral populations behind a tyrannical agenda
originally posted by: GrantedBail
I finally had the 20 minutes to watch the video. It is excellent. I am kicking your post so that more people can watch it.
a reply to: sosobad
In his estimation ISIS is just another way for the west to get into Syria to topple Assad after their attempts to frame him for the sarin gas attacks failed.
"in earlier times, it was easier to control one million people than to physically kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people." ~ Zbigniew Brzezinski
Brzezinski gave an interview to the French press a number of years ago where he boasted about the fact that it was he who created the whole Afghan jihadi movement, the movement that produced Osama bin Laden. And he was asked by the interviewer, "Well, don't you think this might have had some bad consequences?" And Brzezinski replied, "Absolutely not. It was definitely worth it, because we were going after the Soviets. We were getting the Soviets."
"In order to win a battle, one must know thy enemy. Zbigniew Brzezinski is responsible for the death and misery of millions of innocent people. He’ s had influence in U.S. foreign policy for over 30 years. The man is a criminal, an imperialist & a danger to free humanity."
Brzezinski is not only the architect of the mujahadin-led campaign against Russia in Afghanistan in the 1980s, Brzezinski warned of a false flag attack to trigger the War on Iran. Zbigniew Brzezinski is the chief foreign policy advisor for the Obama for President campaign (Obama was a student of his at Columbia University). Brzezinski crafted previous plans for the Peak Oil Wars when he helped design the Rapid Deployment Force in the late 1970s (now called Central Command, the military command that attacked Iraq). Brzezinski's assertion that the U.S. provoked Soviet actions and that Islamism was deliberately fostered is backed up by sources on all sides of the Afghan issue. www.oilempire.us...