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'We're presently in the most dangerous period of all human history'

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posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 05:08 PM
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are we not witnessing chaos being created across the globe 'one manufactured crisis after the next' now in multiple countries simultaneously?

i picture Obama as just the current 'headless horseman' of the arrogant elite banksters though he is but a nobel peace prize wielding puppet doing his slavemasters' every bidding with obviously no dignity nor mercy of his own; i wouldnt be surprised if his daughter's and/or lovers' lives were on the line as some legit excuse for executive duress. i mean afterall any future president elect unwilling to do bend over for his bankster masters in this day and age of cut-throat politics is almost guaranteed a quick assassination, anyways, no?

yesteryears it was all eyes on the threat of terror on US from Afghanistan then Iraq then Libya, and well today pretty much just Syria, with the final Mideast Territory being Iran, but tomorrow? Iran, Russia, China, NKorea, most anywhere in the world not already full of US military bases is fair game for the seat of the next 'target territory' for staging as the next 'axis of evil' and resultant round of preemtive mass genocide, exodus, and annihilation all in the name of an incrementally 'safer' world.

where are our latest pathethic 'headless horsemen' and his 'Trojan Horse' regimes leading us, humanity to?



past: under 'Operation Menu' under Nixon (1969 to 1973) US slaughtered millions* of Cambodians, Laotians for 'Breakfast, Lunch, Snack, Dinner, Dessert' in desperate US effort to 'win' war in Vietnam (*roughly half million killed in each of the 2 countries)

(how was this proxy if us bombed cambodia/laos directly? Operation Menu was 'secret' and classified until Congress discovered most/all bombs were dropped on the wrong nations 3-4 years later thus ordered a stop to 'Menu')

recent/present: Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Ukraine, Somalia, Yemen, Syria, millions* slaughtered under Obama 2009-2016 (*per UN: quarter million killed in Syria alone, do the math with multiple countries)


near future:


New World Order via chaos = virtual human extinction (save for perhaps maybe a few elite banksters hiding deep down in their gold vaults?)




posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 05:14 PM
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a reply to: Sovan

while the geopolitical arena has a lot of tensions and saber-rattling going on, I don't think a full-fledged WW 3 will happen all that soon. Smaller "wars" and opposing military mights will clash and I'm sure in the Western world we will continue to see policy makers pushing for reforms and cracking down on civilians' rights.

WW 3 is a war on the people (a war being fought by those holding the MONEY and government authority), in my opinion at least.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 05:24 PM
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a reply to: Sovan

With out a doubt. Since July 16, 1945.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 05:30 PM
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local ongoing wars/genocides all corners of the globe to install US military bases and central banks indeed.. NWO without blaming US for causing another 'world war' altogether. how clever.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 06:50 PM
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What about the problem between Colombia and Venezuela. They already deployed troops and tanks at the border. Watching the news I heard Venezuelan fighters were flying over Colombian territory. Wonder how much USA will support Colombia. See a pattern, a dictator, oil...., but closer than middle east. Convenient.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 06:51 PM
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originally posted by: Sovan
are we not witnessing chaos being created across the globe 'one manufactured crisis after the next' now in multiple countries simultaneously?

Yeah. It's been ongoing since about 10,000 B.C.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 07:13 PM
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a reply to: Trueman

South America is almost at the point of no return by my estimation, if it doesn't sort itself out soon, its just going to tear itself apart with all the corruption drugs and inequality...



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 07:53 PM
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indeed whatever helps destabilize south america enough to warrant widespread US military occupation/bases..

www.truth-out.org...



On top of the $2 billion in military and police assistance the United States has provided Mexico since 2006, it also provided training to more than 16,000 Mexican security personnel and supplied $4 billion worth of weapons to the country during the same period. One recent media report described a new Mexican law enforcement intelligence facility as "having a direct line of contact with American agencies."


US conducting 'military training' and arming foreign communities with drugs & weapons galore? Sounds alot like US is investing in global terror cells to eventually overthrow the local sovereign governments. Last year, al-qaeda, this year, ISIS, who next year?



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 08:13 PM
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a reply to: Sovan

Its weird you call obama the headldss horseman. I just seen a music video with obama in a beheading type terroriat music video.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 08:27 PM
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a reply to: Sovan

There are alternative reasons to the NWO, at least since the late 1980's that is, have you heard about Pennsmore mansion, a castle being built in a remote region of the Ozark mountains in the US near to an underground national food distribution depot, it is a self sustaining and completely self sufficient complex being built by a former CIA operative whom also happens to be a multi billionaire.

Here is an alternative, take this with a pinch of salt.

Back in the 1970's through to the 1980's the US fearing similar Soviet experiments set up a number of covert paranormal operations wing's one of which was headed by a certain Major Ed Dame's and specializing in Far Sight AKA Remote Viewing, they solved certain crisis and provided reliable intelligence simply by sitting in there isolation and mentally visualising far off targets, so successful that Major Ed Dames received several high level medals for his work.

It was not enough though so they decide to see if they could view the future with a great degree of success, Major Ed Dames warned of the Japanese Tsunami and a Nuclear meltdown worse than Chernobyl for example.

His most reliable viewers all came up with the same thing, they could see a big orange ball and it was falling on the earth, at first they thought it was a comet or a meteor but it was spherical and they realized it was the Sun, they did some more and realized it was a Massive Solar flare they could see, city's burning and much of the world destroyed along with our modern civilization, not the end of the world but devesation on an unparalleled scale.

They identified many safe zones but mostly in the northern hemisphere (Australia had only a few very small sites as did new Zealand) and Pennsmore is likely one of these site's, most were in norther Europe and Russia though while they projected billions dying, the crops failing as an effect similar to nuclear winder followed the Killshot flare they could see in the future.

youtu.be...
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Then of course there is also the vision and miracle at Fatima Portugal in 1917.
angels.about.com...


They shall run for the hill and cry for the mountains to fall on them and cover them.

Around the world the Elite have been in a frantic frenzy preparing vast underground facilitys as they believe the information Major Ed Dames provided as reliable.



edit on 14-9-2015 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 09:09 PM
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I think during the ice age when our numbers were dwindled down to about 10,000 was our most dangerous time...

Just saying...



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 09:23 PM
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These times have the most stores, dormant potential for complete destruction of the world, but I don't think we are facing immediate danger right now though. That could easily change though.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 09:56 PM
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a reply to: Sovan

Maybe recent history, I would suggest everything is relative to the population. There have been many human debacles that would rival the current situation, but No, this is nothing new.



posted on Sep, 14 2015 @ 10:23 PM
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indeed what a shame if we - having survived the bottleneck effect of the ice age from a mere 10,000 with little/no tech and bounced back like rabbits breeding indiscriminately up to 8 billion - end up exterminating ourselves in the end and most likely with the latest tech.

@LABTECH767 so meanwhile the elite focus on preparing noah's ark to ride out an ELSE and argue earth has a change as a level 1 but not level 0 civilization, meanwhile spirituals focus on using the photonic bombardment to effect light body activation into a higher dimension, leaving our crappy disposable physical bodies & world behind?

one world...
LANGUAGE?
RELIGION?
GENDER?
EDUCATION?
CURRENCY?
GOVT!
BANK!



posted on Sep, 15 2015 @ 04:10 AM
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a reply to: Sovan

In the game Fallout 3, the narrator kicks things off by saying "War. War never changes" or something to that effect.

As thematically appropriate as that phrase might be to the game, it is factually inaccurate. War changes all the time. It was once fought by hordes of blade wielding, burly berserkers who were smashed off their nuts on mushrooms, fought up close and personal, under the arterial shower created by its process.

Nowadays most war is fought at distances ranging from twenty five yards, to thousands of miles away, with projectile weapons, drones, and electronic warfare gear. What is more, where chieftains, and then Kings of whole nations used to make war for arbitrary glory and to solidify treaties, now it is fought almost exclusively for profit as a main concern. The power of private military organisations, and the military industrial complex in general has grown to such scale, that one could conceive of a scenario where PMC go to war on their own, without being directed to, simply because their bosses want extra zeros on their balance sheets this quarter.

There is no reason to expect that without significant curtailment, the power of private military contracting firms will cease to grow even larger as time wears on. War changes all the time, and always has, but it is more of a business now than at any time in human history and THAT is what is so dangerous.



posted on Sep, 15 2015 @ 01:11 PM
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a reply to: Sovan

You can tell better stories than this!

Have you ever heard the saying "Wherever you go, there you are?"

We're ALWAYS in the most dangerous point of human history, chicken little.



posted on Sep, 15 2015 @ 06:12 PM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: Sovan

In the game Fallout 3, the narrator kicks things off by saying "War. War never changes" or something to that effect.

As thematically appropriate as that phrase might be to the game, it is factually inaccurate. War changes all the time. It was once fought by hordes of blade wielding, burly berserkers who were smashed off their nuts on mushrooms, fought up close and personal, under the arterial shower created by its process.

Nowadays most war is fought at distances ranging from twenty five yards, to thousands of miles away, with projectile weapons, drones, and electronic warfare gear. What is more, where chieftains, and then Kings of whole nations used to make war for arbitrary glory and to solidify treaties, now it is fought almost exclusively for profit as a main concern. The power of private military organisations, and the military industrial complex in general has grown to such scale, that one could conceive of a scenario where PMC go to war on their own, without being directed to, simply because their bosses want extra zeros on their balance sheets this quarter.

There is no reason to expect that without significant curtailment, the power of private military contracting firms will cease to grow even larger as time wears on. War changes all the time, and always has, but it is more of a business now than at any time in human history and THAT is what is so dangerous.


Your emissing th e meaning to th e phrase. its not Literally about the weapons and the tactics. War never changes because its always a terrible and brutal thing. people die in them. SO up until now war..war never changes is correct.



posted on Sep, 15 2015 @ 06:13 PM
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a reply to: yuppa

Ah, one of those whimsical rhetorical statements then.

Either way, it is hideously inaccurate to say that war never changes. Even if all that changes is the methodology by which ruin is enacted. It is changing now, and if anything, it is changing for the worse.



posted on Sep, 16 2015 @ 02:00 PM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: yuppa

Ah, one of those whimsical rhetorical statements then.

Either way, it is hideously inaccurate to say that war never changes. Even if all that changes is the methodology by which ruin is enacted. It is changing now, and if anything, it is changing for the worse.


Put that way i can agree. but at base the dying thing will always be a part of war. Sel la vie i guess lol.



posted on Oct, 2 2015 @ 09:46 PM
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If they wanted to depopulate the globe they could stop sending/producing food in Africa. Its because of us they are at close to 1 billion. We are playing jenga with human lives there. If the we falter hundreds of millions will starve.




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