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The Coming Terrorist Attack, Syria, Iran, and WWIII

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posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:34 AM
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Originally posted by TheRedneck
I believe we will see a terrorist attack on par with 9-11 within the next short time frame. I also pray I am wrong.


Totally agree.
And not to bring in the doom-porn but a number of people have predicted this will happen.
One person who had a NDE ... a woman who lives near DC ... said it will happen this week.
I have no idea if she is accurate or not.
But since I also look at the metaphysical, I thought I'd mention it.




posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:34 AM
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Brilliant thread Redneck, you always bring great substance to these boards.

Excellent.



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:36 AM
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Unless you're a snowbird, stay in Wisconsin for a bit. I've done that drive a few times and it sucks.


But you are right, many people cannot wrap their head around the truth because there are so many facets to it, often contradictory in peoples minds. I'm a history buff and I still have problems at times as to why powers did what they did.

People are looking at the here and now regarding Syria and are not looking at the big picture. But then again, sometimes, that's what you need to do.



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:42 AM
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What you say is officially correct, but the history of the petro dollar goes further back. The dollar peg became official only after the US terminated the Bretton-Woods agreement in 1971, using OPEC to accomplish the same thing without use of the gold standard. The Bretton-Woods agreement made the US dollar the International Reserve Currency back in 1944-1945, and agreements with Middle Eastern rulers made the petro dollar an unofficial but still actual standard. In International commerce, free from domestic regulations, the seller of a product determines what the price is and what is an acceptable currency, not the buyer.

I believe the declining power of Mohammed Reza Shah starting during the early 1970s was the catalyst for the timing of the dropping of the US gold standard. As a member of OPEC, it was still difficult for Iran to go against those countries which were still friendly to the US after the exile of the Shah because they had signed on to the organization and were bound by its bylaws. Difficult, but obviously not impossible given some time.

Mohammed Reza Shah was seen as an inferior replacement for Reza Shah almost form the moment he was placed into power. Reza Shah was perceived as a benevolent ruler by the Iranian people, while Mohammed Reza Shah was perceived as a ruthless tyrant. In reality, he really was a tyrant. His demise culminated with a decree that made opposition to his political party illegal; this would be similar to the US President defining being a Democrat as an act of treason and doing so by executive order.

I often wonder, had he not been deposed by the Majiles, if Mohammed Reza Shah would not have been the next Adolph Hitler. There were many parallels.

TheRedneck



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:42 AM
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Do you believe that within the information that is out there, a solution can emerge unexpectedly?



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:46 AM
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Great thread and it makes some excellent points. I noticed something in a reply on page 1 though in regard to Oil, China and how they are effectively cut of by geographic reality from the Persian Oil. That is largely true today. It won't be for much longer though, and while the news have been brimming over with tactical events, the big strategic ones seem to be going un-noticed.

They aren't planning Pipelines, Highspeed rail and truck traffic over the Himalayan mountains. China is going UNDER them. At a price of roughly 18 billion dollars, with a 200km long tunnel...unbelievably...they are bridging a gap that has existed across time. They already bought the port on the other end, in preparation.


One of the agreements includes the construction of a 200km-long tunnel that amounts to $18 billion in cost. The “Pak-China Economic corridor” will link Pakistan’s Gwadar Port on the Arabian Sea and Kashghar in Xinjiang in northwest China.



Beijing has been involved with the upgrade of the Karakoram Highway as part of a proposed economic corridor between the two countries.

Earlier this year China took control of Pakistan’s Gwadar port, giving it access to the Arabian Sea and Strait of Hormuz, a gateway for a third of the world’s traded oil.
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China and Pakistan to step up cooperation on building oil pipelines, rail links

China seems to be moving in very big but still quiet ways, which will make fundamental changes to how trade itself comes to flow in that whole area of the world vs. how it's been at any point in the past. I saw another article saying China was looking at what it would require to reopen it's land crossing with Afghanistan, closed since the days of Mao. How does this work into the global picture?



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:48 AM
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GREAT thread OP!!!


While I knew it was about the dollar and has been about the dollar I didn't know all the specifics and now they are tying in more than before in my minds eye.

Dollar over life is quite sad!!!

I believe Thy Will is already done. I think we will see Damascus left in ruins. I think we will see a FF in DC and if I am wrong, I will gladly say I was wrong. AS a collective species I hope we can change the outcome and only if we wake up in numbers and rise up will it change. I don't see another way out. Even if we rise up in mass numbers, we will be killed. Damned if we do and damned if we don't.

It doesn't feel right AT ALL and I have no idea what the US plans are but if we learn from History we know it's not good!!!



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:51 AM
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Originally posted by wrabbit2000
They aren't planning Pipelines, Highspeed rail and truck traffic over the Himalayan mountains. China is going UNDER them. At a price of roughly 18 billion dollars, with a 200km long tunnel...unbelievably...they are bridging a gap that has existed across time. They already bought the port on the other end, in preparation.


One of the agreements includes the construction of a 200km-long tunnel that amounts to $18 billion in cost. The “Pak-China Economic corridor” will link Pakistan’s Gwadar Port on the Arabian Sea and Kashghar in Xinjiang in northwest China.


A funny thought popped into my mind while reading your post. What if China ran across a rich vien of Gold or some such rare earth resource?

I wonder if they would continue? Probably, but at a much slower pace.



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:52 AM
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It is stated by omission.

The fact that organizations who preach this message also choose to defy the message is not an indictment of the message itself, but rather an indictment of those who preach it yet are unable to resist the temptation of the "forbidden fruit" they claim to deny.

TheRedneck



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:54 AM
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You are not seeing the thread for what it is. Resources equals finance. Without the resource, the money is useless.



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 11:58 AM
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I for one absolutely appreciate your clarity and honesty...it's very difficult to piece together all the factors and details you describe without spending a great deal of time and effort (although an intelligent person knows the basics...) and you've done this in a readable and very believeable manner.Thank you!

I also have a "gut feeling" about your implication on Texas (I live here) for several reasons including the "boom" that the state is currently experiencing due to extensive "Eagle Ford" fracking and the resulting wealth...toss in the fact that HUGE anounts of illegal drugs (and people but that's another issue) are coming through the state along with "corridors" for human-trafficing/sex slavery of every imaginable kind (Dallas is a KNOWN "hot bed" for the players!) I think you may be right about the location as well.

There is much happening in Texas that isn't on the nightly news.

Add in several active military bases and "new Silicone Valleys" for tech and banking...where better to strike?

Hoping you are wrong...but...something is afoot.



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:04 PM
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I too am in Texas and agree that we have many targets. The port and refineries in Houston being major targets. I just hope we are all wrong. I don't live in Houston but I work there and if something happened it would be extremely difficult to get out again.



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:06 PM
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Originally posted by bekod
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well there you go giving them Kerry and Friends ie McCain, DF from CA Ideas, or did you get a glimpse of their play book??/



We might have all been given that peek by Wesley Clark.
And it looks like the dominos are exactly where planned, and
are also slated to fall. Kerry and friends are just carrying water
for the globalists, and we have to frame Assad for anything to work.
If the evidence thin as it is doesn't fly, the spooks will inside.



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:14 PM
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Originally posted by TDawgRex
reply to post by MamaJ
 


You are not seeing the thread for what it is. Resources equals finance. Without the resource, the money is useless.


Oh ok... well than you for helping me see what this thread is about.


I actually understood it was ALL connected and how it is connected to each Country.




posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:14 PM
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I am afraid I see only one solution.

(Note: the following is at least partially based in an interpretation of prophetic works from several sources, If you do not believe prophesy can exist, I suggest you stop reading now.)

At some point there will be another attack on the United States, at least one. Foreign soil won't do the trick, and another bombing would make the DHS look like it had failed. Instead, I suspect a Sarin gas attack, and a football game would be a tempting target, as has been mentioned. The Sarin gas would link the deed back to Syria in the public's minds, and a football game would give it to the people in horrifying real-time HD detail, without that looking like it was planned. It would energize the American people because it would essentially be an attack on our civilian "heroes."

Public sentiment will do a fast 180, and the US will have bombers on the way within hours.

After that, things look a little fuzzy. Maybe we successfully hit Syria, maybe a bomber is shot down by the Russians, maybe Iran launches a pre-emptive strike on Israel when the news breaks, maybe... to many maybes.

War will break out. We will be allied with Israel, Britain (covertly at first), Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Japan, and the bulk of Europe. Our enemies will be of course Syria, Iran, Egypt, Russia, and China as a minimum. Damascus will be destroyed, and Israel will be hit hard.

At some point, even if we maintain the will to continue the fight, the US will be unable to continue the fight. Be it natural disaster, civil war, economic collapse, political revolution, a combination of all, or something else entirely, we will be forced to drop out of the fight, leaving our military forces on their own in the middle of a war. Mat God help them when that happens. The other side will begin to advance, and will eventually threaten to take over Europe, but Europe will manage to launch an aerial assault that will save them.

Shortly after this war the EU will dissolve. The Vatican will cease to exist, either by political will or by actions during the war.

As for what eventually happens to the US? I wish I knew. But I do know that every hardship has both a beginning and an ending. I am looking for the ending as much as I am the beginning.

TheRedneck



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:15 PM
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Religion is a fallacy to those who imprint their minds with the non sense garble those MEN who WROTE "the words of god".

Whos god are we talking about; the one the elite families worship, or the one in the Bible? Or Allah?

God is an existing consciousness that vibrates through every dimensional layer of all realites; not a man who tells stories to blind men, asks for sacrifices and your first born.

Im wasnt going into relgiious, you did. Im talking of the spiritual, which is not religion. Regardless; I am spiritually equipping myself. If you cant follow patterns, and decipher bullsh*t (like that crap you just quoted for me..) your screwed when it comes to the afterlife!

If you are one of the innocent who dies in the bloodshed of this War, your SCREWED! You paid more time, energy and attention to an artificial world and propaganda then you did to your SOUL! That goes for everyone who has read this far.

Dont quote me some bull-god bs.. Religon is for those stuck on Karmas wheel, on the wheel of time, the neverending re-cycle of soul incarnation! But this facuet of being human in this 'reality' is to much for the reader to handle, so go give stars to people tht make you feel safe and comfortable..

I only tried to open an eye or two



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:16 PM
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The whole thing is a trap either way IMO.

As the general populace of the US cheers like they are beating back Obama thinking he's some sort of evil tyrant that's had to tuck his tail between his legs because of the outrage (like he's the sole individual responsible for everything), doing nothing could turn out to be what "they" actually want. Like the biggest "we told you so" in history.

What a horrible feeling - do others share this sentiment?

Will this blow up in our face no matter what?



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:19 PM
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Originally posted by TheRedneck
The Vatican will cease to exist, either by political will or by actions during the war.

Again ... metaphysical .. but I'll mention it ... There are many prophecies within the Catholic Church that the Catholic Church will at one point appear 'dead'. The Catholic Church will appear dead and at the same time the world will appear to be lost. It is at this point that God Himself steps in to save humanity.

I don't push that ... I don't know if it's a prophecy that will come true ...
I'm just mentioning it because you mentioned that the Vatican will cease to exist.
The Catholic church will appear dead in 'the end days' .... prophecy of many Saints.



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:20 PM
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I agree an attack on Syria is akin to an attack on Iran, but I think despite their pact Iran won't really be able to hold true to their promise that they will completely support Syria and/or get involved militarily. Not because they are weak or don't want to, but because they know they are the main goal and that Israel is looking for any and every excuse to attack Iran.



posted on Sep, 8 2013 @ 12:29 PM
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Originally posted by MamaJ

Originally posted by TDawgRex
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You are not seeing the thread for what it is. Resources equals finance. Without the resource, the money is useless.


Oh ok... well than you for helping me see what this thread is about.


I actually understood it was ALL connected and how it is connected to each Country.



In that you are correct. But the OP has woven a a post that is much more tangled than what is posted.

What's the phrase?, "what tangled webs we weave."

But looking back through history, you can pretty much boil down the majority of conflicts to resources. That is what I am getting at.

I apologize if I have offended you.
edit on 8-9-2013 by TDawgRex because: Fat Paws



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