posted on Jul, 3 2014 @ 11:49 AM
a reply to: daaskapital
I remember looking at a map of Iraq and seeing Kurdistan on it and wondering why it was not a separate country. As time went on I learned how the
British empire and a lot of other powerful countries decided on manmy borders for countries in Africa and the Middle East etc. Someone also told me
that Kurdistan never had a chance of existing independently because of the oil deposits on it.
There are a number of countries wanting to be separated from the huge groups they have been am algamated into regardless of the people's tribal
culture etc. Its interesting at this current time because I have read here that several American States have wanted independence from Washington and
I know Scotland is going to try to leave the UK - although they wish to retain queenie - pity they don't claim her and keep her and her huge brood -
and I sujspect there are a few countries tied into the EU that would like their independence back.
I suspect it will be stopped simply because big blocks are easier to corrupt when there is only one governing body to infiltrate. Decent sized
amalgamations can always be pushed into warfare on some spurious false flag effort by the elite or dubious reporting by the media or tv so they can
make more money selling arms to both sides without leaving the safety of their disgusting desks.
The only war I am interesting in is the one that will inevitably come caused by the uprising of the people against the corrupt dispicable people that
run countries and their puppet politicians.