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WAR NO. 4: US Intensifies Secret Yemen Airstrikes

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posted on Jun, 8 2011 @ 10:56 PM
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This isn't just about the OIL.

It's a lot to do with GLOBAL BANKING, and the fact that a lot of ME countries (Libya, Iran etc), have their OWN banking system, backed fully by GOLD, and won't accept the IMF, banking cartels, controlling their economies.

What we are seeing today, was planned out in the late 1990's, BEFORE 9/11.

I have no doubt that things are going to get much worse, as the West is going to make a major mistake and tip one or more of the major powers, into going head-to-head with them.

We're just seeing the minor stuff at the moment, but it's a massive POWDER KEG!




posted on Jun, 8 2011 @ 11:14 PM
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According to might makes right, you don't need permission to do anything really, because everything you do is right.

Unless we have more than one mights, which is why they have created the VETO power, because the mighty armies are right, everyone else is wrong.

What we are seeing now is the true colors of US, acting as a world wide dictator, choosing who should be removed, and should stay in power no matter what, obviously "might makes right" therefore in condolences with other "mighty armies".

The world has been operating in this manner for a long time, but one thing is for sure, people will always fight back against the "mighty armies", and when the "mighty armies" fall, they become the victims of newly built "mighty armies". It is a never ending cycle, but we do have, some times, very few times, mighty armies who don't try to dictate and force their way of life on to other people and other nations.

That's what we should hope for, once the current mighty armies falls.



posted on Jun, 8 2011 @ 11:16 PM
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Originally posted by loam


I have been following the Yemen story for quite some time. Many have said it is the proxy war between the US and Iran, and that the stakes couldn't be higher.

But most telling is the fact that Obama, a man who campaigned against the first two wars (Iraq and Afghanistan), has now so willingly pursued military action in two new places, Libya and Yemen.

Now why do you think that might be?



www.nytimes.com
(visit the link for the full news article)


Actually Yemen has been more of a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran, not us We have sent in a small number of airstrikes over the years, but it was the Saudis actually doing an air campaign there back in Nov of 2009, flying out of Khamis Mushayt RSAF base.

This began heating up in Oct of 2009 when I was there.
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posted on Jun, 8 2011 @ 11:21 PM
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Unfortunatly, I agree with you but not happy about it. MOST Americans are getting a little fed up with being told we don't know what's good for US,and the World so be quiet.

We're not sophisticated or intelligent enough to sit at the BIG dinner table.

Starting grate on some peoples nerves.



posted on Jun, 8 2011 @ 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi

Originally posted by WeRpeons
With all these countries we're in conflict with, bias and government controlled media, and our constitutional rights slowly being taken away, I'm starting to feel like I'm living in the old Soviet Union.


The Soviet Union that was, or the Soviet Union that the West described it to be?

Last time I checked, the Soviet Union did not engage in imperialist wars. Even in Afghanistan, they went there to support the communist party that was under seige via CIA-funded mujahideen fighters.

In fact, the Soviet Union believed strongly in multiculturalism. Obviously the US doesn't, considering it has waged war against the Middle East for a decade (and convertly for decades).

Maybe you're confusing the USSR with Nazi Germany. It was Hitler's government that mislead his population into believing that they must invade other countries for the sake of their security.


Care to explain Hungary and Czechslovakia, maybe Poland too

They believed in multiculturalism? yeah sure, thats why they made the Hungarians destroy any symbols of nationalism, and forbid any construction that was not just the bland proletariat concrete block buildings.

For you thinking the Soviets were not imperialistic, most Eastern Europeans could not wait to get rid of them



posted on Jun, 8 2011 @ 11:53 PM
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Sorry if you mis-read what I said, but didnt mean it that way anyway. Give "us" some credit? I am "us" as well.
In the future keep your what you think are cute comments to yourself and let us talk about the issues. Thanx



posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 04:27 AM
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Originally posted by firepilot

Originally posted by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi

Originally posted by WeRpeons
With all these countries we're in conflict with, bias and government controlled media, and our constitutional rights slowly being taken away, I'm starting to feel like I'm living in the old Soviet Union.


The Soviet Union that was, or the Soviet Union that the West described it to be?

Last time I checked, the Soviet Union did not engage in imperialist wars. Even in Afghanistan, they went there to support the communist party that was under seige via CIA-funded mujahideen fighters.

In fact, the Soviet Union believed strongly in multiculturalism. Obviously the US doesn't, considering it has waged war against the Middle East for a decade (and convertly for decades).

Maybe you're confusing the USSR with Nazi Germany. It was Hitler's government that mislead his population into believing that they must invade other countries for the sake of their security.


Care to explain Hungary and Czechslovakia, maybe Poland too

They believed in multiculturalism? yeah sure, thats why they made the Hungarians destroy any symbols of nationalism, and forbid any construction that was not just the bland proletariat concrete block buildings.

For you thinking the Soviets were not imperialistic, most Eastern Europeans could not wait to get rid of them


Empire? Yes. But they didn't meddle with affairs or instill brutal dictatorships on the scale that the US has done during the Cold War and is currently doing now.

The USSR was also not controlled by the corporate elite either who invade nations and kill thousands, all for economic's sake.



posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 09:05 AM
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Originally posted by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi

Originally posted by WeRpeons
With all these countries we're in conflict with, bias and government controlled media, and our constitutional rights slowly being taken away, I'm starting to feel like I'm living in the old Soviet Union.


The Soviet Union that was, or the Soviet Union that the West described it to be?

Last time I checked, the Soviet Union did not engage in imperialist wars. Even in Afghanistan, they went there to support the communist party that was under seige via CIA-funded mujahideen fighters.

In fact, the Soviet Union believed strongly in multiculturalism. Obviously the US doesn't, considering it has waged war against the Middle East for a decade (and convertly for decades).

Maybe you're confusing the USSR with Nazi Germany. It was Hitler's government that mislead his population into believing that they must invade other countries for the sake of their security.


Agreed, people need to stop using this comparison. After a while it become a little bit insulting and reveals someones ignorance quite quickly as its easy to regurgitate some mindless mantra without truly knowing what is was like.

p.s. : My family and I are from there and only got the idea to leave when the capitalists began selling off government property into the hands of the few. Our government suddenly became a group of whores.

THAT is something I am not proud of. Money corrupts.



posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 10:13 AM
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I don't really want to get into the Soviet Union debate too much, but sad to say the Soviets were just as bad as we are today. You may not like to believe it, but if you did research on Soviet conspiracy theories in the same fashion that we are researching American conspiracy theories, you will not find much different my friend. Blame capitalism all you want, Imperialism is easily just as bad. I think our friends here are letting national pride and propaganda veil their mind as to the truth of the Soviets. Just ask Resnov!



posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 10:30 AM
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I saw the funniest thing today on a car today:



Bet that person is pretty disillusioned with the Nobel Peace prize recipient.

Obama is letting too many failed states emerge in Middle East and North Africa......hardly a great place for them to fester.


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posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 10:35 AM
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This pic says it best:



posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 12:27 PM
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I will say it is clearly about oil.

Fact is China will pass the US as the biggest user of fossil fuels (oil) in the next 5-6 years. How better to control China then make them reliant on the US for oil... this is the war for the 21st century. The Countries almost do not matter. It is not about Yeman or Libya or Pakistan or any of that..

It is about control of the oil supply for the next 100 years.

All you have to do is read the PNAC report to understand what is happening. It is clearly spelled out in that document.
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posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 01:49 PM
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Originally posted by loneranger26
reply to post by loam
 


I think you are absolutely right. Its rather smart, there is a reason we haven't started tapping into all the oil that is under are own feet, and believe me, there is a lot of it. Its simple really, we take all the other oil in the world, buy, take it, whatever, spending however much it takes, then, when the worlds oil is gone, the US sells its own supply at HUGE profits of money, or as exchange to wipe away debts we owe.


This has been the plan since the first Gulf War.



posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 01:55 PM
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I think one think that is being over looked here is that if a NWO is to be implemented wouldn't there have to be a similar political structure globally in most if not all nations? In this case false democracies.

It's something to think about.

-AS-
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posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 02:44 PM
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You know, you're right about that. I stand corrected. It was really more of a propaganda war the United States used in the media. Again we in the U.S. always accepted what our government told us. We were always told the Soviet Union was bent on expanding communism and striking us with Nuclear weapons.



posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 09:45 PM
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That was the same deal in the USSR as well. Why scare your population with the threat of nuclear attack? Because your government won't be questioned in the measures that it takes. MAD kept the US and USSR from war, but they were still fearmongering so they could continue expanding their power and global influence.

This is really what 9/11 was all about too- a fearce media campaign to instill the American public into believing that the terrorists are out to get them, just to justify pre-determined plans to divide and conquer non-aligned oil markets and currencies.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 12:09 AM
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Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
Well, looks like we are now on a 4 front war. I am just waiting for Iran and NK to erupt and then the US will have its handful and US troops will be mailed back in pieces. You get what you asked for.

If this is not the Christian led crusades against Muslims, then I do not know what is. Every single country the USA is at war with is a Muslim country.

Conclusion: Crusades.

Correction as TheSam noted: 5 front war because of Pakistan
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SO, you think that American soldiers asked to be mailed back in pieces

I dont agree with bombing any country we damn well please , but your statement is out of line in my opinion.....man...way out of line

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posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:14 AM
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Originally posted by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi
reply to post by WeRpeons
 


That was the same deal in the USSR as well. Why scare your population with the threat of nuclear attack? Because your government won't be questioned in the measures that it takes. MAD kept the US and USSR from war, but they were still fearmongering so they could continue expanding their power and global influence.

This is really what 9/11 was all about too- a fearce media campaign to instill the American public into believing that the terrorists are out to get them, just to justify pre-determined plans to divide and conquer non-aligned oil markets and currencies.


Canada is involved so they can construct more Tim Hortens shops in Libya apparently. Maybe Canada has its eyes on Libya oil fields and coffee grounds.

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posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 08:00 AM
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Four wars? Isn't this Nobel Peace Prize winner. I bet the folks in Oslo, Norway will think twice before awarding another undeserved medal.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 04:01 PM
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Originally posted by WeRpeons
With all these countries we're in conflict with, bias and government controlled media, and our constitutional rights slowly being taken away, I'm starting to feel like I'm living in the old Soviet Union.


Yeah...


A proto fascist state i envision, like the national socialism of the future. Horrifying.




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