posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 10:49 AM
Originally posted by jimmyx
there can be no peace...there isn't enough money in it....war creates product sales, that are high profit, and non-recyclable. it also feeds the egos
of the wealthy regarding the ability to obtain and maintain power. sales of war products are optimized when you have 2 or more buyers equal in
determination and buying power. the iran and iraq war was the classic example. threats against israel and oil producing countries keeps a renewable
stream of sales and profits that will last for quite a while. terrorist threats are now producing growing product sales, so there will always be the
vague and ambiguous "terrorist threat" for decades to come. it is a great business model to continue the actual, as well as the percieved fears of
these "threats". hence, my signature
People do not start wars. Companies usually do not start wars. Governments start wars. But the kicker is, I stopped believing that they do so for the
obvious reason (money). Your signature is good, but in a pyramid there would be another item above it.
As you may have heard, there are some problems with the official version of what happened on 9/11. If that is true then the government was involved.
If it was involved it created, or at least cooperated in creating, what motivated the wars against Afghanistan and (grudgingly) Irak. Maybe oil
companies wanted business in Irak but from a business perspective that makes no sense. The financial risks, the uncertainty that this would ever work,
the criminal aspect. You really think an Exxon CEO would risk going to jail for life in the hope of getting some contracts years or decades down the
line when he will not be CEO any longer?
The government, however, has secret service agencies which do "false flag" operations all the time. Read the text of "Operation Northwoods",
particularly point #8 which, in 1962 suggested to use a drone to replace a commercial passenger jet and use it in a terror attack in order to generate
the willingness and justification to go to war against another nation. If something goes wrong the agents are granted immunity.
Osama Bin Laden is known to have been a CIA agent before. Who knows if he was still working for the CIA or if he really had a terrorist network? The
whole story falls apart if you look at the details.
In other words, we (the US) went to war against basically innocent countries. The people supported it but only because they had been fed false
information - by the US government. So what is the motivation for the government to do all that? I have an answer to that but, here, it should be
sufficient to point out that it is usually (I would even say always) governments that commit existential crimes against other governments.
Even in the case of Germany, the government mislead the people. Make no mistake, governments have this power over the people.