posted on Nov, 12 2009 @ 06:17 PM
This is a subject that is quite personal to me, coming from a very military family with veterans of many ranks as well as relatives and friends still
serving. I have had also a dear friend killed by IED in Afghanistan several years ago, so it is not my intent to insult, belittle, or accuse any
military service personnel of wrongdoing in any shape or form.
With that out of the way, I would like to bring to mind a scene from Spielberg's "Schindler's List" that is relevant to the topic and puts forth
quite clearly the argument I wish to present.
It involves Oskar Schindler, Nazi, businessman, and savior to thousands, discussing his past businesses with his wife. He tells her "there was one
thing missing in all the businesses that I started, one element absent from all my business ventures."
"What was it?" she asks.
He looks at her in the eyes and says "War."
I believe the joke's on us, folks.
Surely there are fellow conspiracy people on this forum that understand what I mean, but don't take my word for it, do your own research. It's
simple, follow the money. Who is making money off of these conflicts? It is not the soldier, the grunt, the enlisted personnel or even the officer
core (with maybe a few exceptions). No, what I speak of is the international banking cartels that have been playing us, the common folk, the fool for
Take the current conflicts for example, Halliburton, Lockheed Martin, Boeing and many other companies line their pockets with government contracts to
build bombs, bullets, guns, tanks, etc....
Billions of dollars are spent to engage in the grand money maker: war. Much like the serfs of old in the middle ages, we are coporate serfs who have
watched our beloved country tear itself apart whilst the bankers and "men behind the curtain" laugh at us all the way to the bank. Just look around
you, the options for young men like me seem to be limiting themselves to dead end service industry servants, medical staff, prison inmate, or military
person. That's not an accident.
Think of it, you have the perfect product (bombs, guns, planes, etc) that by its very nature is consumed literally in firery destruction in old man's
wars fueled with empty rhetoric that serves to perpetuate this business. Of course our service personnel are having trouble with morale! The illusion
is starting to break down, this paradigm of human experience is seeing its own end. To think of America as a "city at the top of the hill"
"threatened" by other "dictators" such as Chavez and that a military free America would result in tyranny is beside the point, sir. WE ARE IN A
TYRANNY!!!!!! This should be common knowledge on a website such as this. Need I direct you to the many wonderful whisteblowers, reporters, and
truthseekers that have broken down this masquerade????!!!!! I think not!!
Again, I wish to imply that although I disagree with you, I will defend your right to speak your mind, nothing is more "American" than that. It is
not my intention to spark differences or create tension, we are humans in this together whether we are American, Venezulan, Iraqi, or Korean. To truly
buy into the rhetoric of "us against them" is to fuel the very machine that has come to dominate and subjugate our formerly free and open society.
Do not think that I am suggesting that there is not a need for defense or a national identity. I am suggesting that it is WE (the Federal Government)
who are the agressors and WE are the ones who have become the colonialists and the imperialists. To suggest that we are under threat from
democratically elected (yet controversial) leaders of other nations is to buy into the same rhetoric and manipulation that lead to the invasion of
Poland in 1938 and the waste and deception that was Vietnam.
Sir, it is the same people who steal our wealth and take our children to fight overseas that are feeding this lie that has become the military