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As FDR himself once quipped, “If something happens in politics, you can be rest assured it was no accident”. Therefore, persons wise to the ways of the world can assume the recent spate of news stories pairing the idea of “assassination” with the name ‘”Barack Obama” cannot be mere coincidence. Nor should the fact that out of all the individuals the powers-that-be could have chosen as a candidate for President that the one they settled on was a black man with a distinctly Muslim name.
The outcome of such an event is as obvious as it is frightening. The first black candidate for president from one of America’s two major parties being gunned down by “Islamic terrorists” tied to Iran (who will no doubt be aligned with “white nationalist/neo-Nazi types“) would result in an American public howling for war against Iran, to say nothing of the civil unrest that would erupt in America’s cities as well as a virtual police state being inaugurated.
The possibility of collusion at the highest levels with such a conspiracy is not helped out by other events taking place recently. A story appearing in the Dallas Star Telegram entitled “Police concerned about order to stop weapons screening at Obama rally” tells about Obama’s Secret Service detail’s decision to stop screening people for weapons an hour before he was to appear at a large rally in Dallas and how that city’s police chief questioned the wisdom of such a decision. The obvious relevance of the word assassination being paired with the city of Dallas and John F Kennedy obviously adds even more intrigue to the issue.
I must admit I hadn't thought of this angle for getting the sheeples to go along with yet another war.
Originally posted by ninthaxis
I don't think there is a conspiracy here. I was in prison this last year, where I was exposed to some of the worst displays of racism and prejudice. The first thing many white individuals would say when Barrack came on was "He may as well give up, because he certainly won't make it out of office alive." Believe it or not, there are still very active groups of hate that would consider killing for nothing other than the color of skin (or even religion).
Originally posted by Mintwithahole.
As mad as the elite appear to be I cannot see them detonating a atomic warhead and sacrificing a whole town or city to manipulate the populace?