Originally posted by blocula
These historical and accurate examples of Americas lies and false flags,chronologically listed below,were designed and meant to ignite the flames of
war again and again and thats exactly what they did and they are all very true in my opinion and they are disgusting,insidious and evil...
Very true in your opinion... There in lies the crux of the matter. It's your opinion, and many of your opinions are, well, wrong. 'course,
that's my opinion... ...and interpretation of historical events is, for the most part, colored by opinion.
And no matter what,its never politically correct or socially acceptable to speak out or stand up against the American Governments War
Oh, bull... People are doing it on a fairly constant and consistent basis. It has been socially acceptable, (your words...) for many, many decades,
if not for its entire history; in this country. Quakers, and many another group protest wars from a religious point of view. Others, from a
The American Revolutionary War 1775-83,designed and started by an elite group who wanted to make overt control of America covert by creating
situations where open rebellion would occur,such as the Boston Massacre,which resulted in control being handed over to a group of British plants who
served Britain while appearing to serve the United States...
The American revolution was the result of a popular groundswell of resentment against various oppression's that even today, we'd find intolerable.
Actions taken by the British colonial govt. against Americans, such as boarding of troops in private homes. Taxation, overt and ruinous, of common
everyday products. The Boston Tea Party ring any bells? There were many another that you could find with just a bit of honest searching.
The American Civil War 1861-65,falsely sold to the American public by the North as a war to "Free The Slaves! was actually a war to end the
South's manipulation and control of the cotton industry with the use of slavery during a time when "cotton was king"...
Cotton was king? Wrong. The southern economy was slowly being strangled by the use of slavery based economic models. Slavery would have died a
lingering death even without the Civil Wars bloodbath. The issue was, and has remained, the rights of the states to chart their own course versus the
right of the govt. to regulate the same.
The destruction of the American Battleship Maine in Havana Harbor,Cuba 1898 was a false flag fabricated incident used to pull in public support
as "Remember The Maine! became the national outcry and to gain financial backing for the Spanish American War that soon followed...
The U.S.S. Maine, was, in all likelihood a horrible accident. It blew up in Havana Harbour, and was used as a goad to drive America to war. Very
true. But to call it the sole reason is to avoid looking deeper into the real issues that lead to the war with Spain. I'll leave it to you to do
your research.Sinking of the Maine
Hitler and the Nazis,supported from within and behind the scenes by super wealthy American Zionist industrialists,burned down their own
Reichstag in Berlin 1933 and blamed it on the Communists and Jews so they could innact and justify their inhumane laws and murderous
Supported from within and behind? True, but only to a point. A lot of sympathy was had by Americans, both rich and poor, for Germany during the
interwar era (twenties and thirties). Mostly from German-Americans who still held some fondness for their former homeland. It was also due, in no
small part to the effort of the German-American Bund.
Not too suprisingly, as rumor of
Nazi actions surfaced via refugees driven out of Germany by the Nazis, that support dried up, virtually over night...even among the super wealthy
If you're going to ascribe motive to parties in an attempt to "blame" them for actions, it would help if you had a bit better grasp on what was
really going on, both the good and the bad. Not just what happens to agree with your hypothesis.
I'll comment on the rest of your OP in my next post, as I'm running up against the character limit...