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War: It's around the corner

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posted on Apr, 13 2010 @ 02:31 PM
Here's a few articles that have been created in the past few weeks. This news suggests that war is not on the horizon, it is around the corner.

"Given the pattern of governments to parlay egregious failures into mega-failures, the classic trend they follow, when all else fails, is to take their nation to war." - Gerald Celente


Bunker Buster Bombs flown to Diego Garcia, specialized munitions used to penetrate hardened structures.

Market poised to "correct" April 19th; the bubble may be about to pop, delivering hyper-inflation.

Tehran: If Iran is attacked, nuclear devices will go off in American cities. This is probably just a bluff, but very strong language.

Ahmadinejad says 5 million need to leave Tehran. Could be just coincidental, but maybe they're onto the HAARP program? Or maybe they see what's coming to them. However, moving and housing 5 million people would be a logistical nightmare.

Clinton fears al-Qaeda is obtaining nuclear weapons material. Just another scent on the breeze.

US Alerted of Nuclear Attack Between April and May 2010. This is interesting, as it does (somewhat) correspond to the work done at Half-Past Humand and Terrance McKenna's Timewave Zero software (key dates being May 6 and July 9).

Obama gives dire warning at start of Nuclear Summit.

Netanyahu Cancels Trip to U.S. Nuclear Summit. This is probably because Israel doesn't want any questions raised about its presumed nuclear arsenal.

IDF bid to expel West Bank Palestinians is a step too far. Perhaps to give the IDF more authority to control the population of the West Bank should the region flare up in war.



[edit on 13-4-2010 by scrybe]

posted on Apr, 13 2010 @ 02:32 PM
Countering forces:

Iran: The Iranian military would be defeated within a few days. However, proxy warfare would continue throughout the region, including attacks inside Iraq, Afghanistan and Israel.

China: China is too closely connected to the US economically to ever damage relations by stepping in to protect Iran. Yes, China has energy contracts with Iran, but the amount of money lost in a ruined Iran is nothing compared to the economic impact of losing ties to the United States.

Russia: The Russian military is impotent. They are struggling under their own weight to keep their own territories under their control due to their enormous landmass. At worst, Russia may use the opportunity of an attack on Iran to gain control of some old Soviet-era territories.

Guerilla warfare: War profiteers prefer this type of warfare, since guerillas will never win against the juggernaut that is the US military. Therefore, perpetual warfare (and perpetual profit) is sustained indefinitely. Dissent by citizens of the US is silenced by the self-righteous politicians who enjoy the wartime environment, who can use almost any reason to declare dissenters unpatriotic or even traitors for speaking out against the war, silencing dissent.


In the future, you will either serve in the military, as a military contractor, manufacture military hardware, work for the government or work in the service industry. Education will be too expensive to do almost anything else. Foreign workers will replace many of our high-tech jobs and a lot of our positions in the medical field. What's ironic is that, while you are working in the military-industrial complex, a large percentage of your taxes will go towards paying for the wars. You see, all of what you earn will come to you from the military-industrial complex, and a large percentage of your income tax will go right back into it before its ever in your hands. Then they will slowly increase the taxes, making you completely dependent on their war machine. This is a warning. Should this war be allowed to happen, then our fate is sealed.


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