Oct 13, 2012
As the U.S. economy worsens and public dissatisfaction with the status quo political parties grows to revolutionary levels, the bankster-hijacked U.S. military will be called upon to play a larger role on American soil. Building political legitimacy for military action in the defense of the status quo is a bipartisan project that has gone on for well over two decades, but it has intensified in the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis.
The counter-terrorism language that was introduced into the American psyche following the traumatic false flag/state terror events in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, and in New York and Washington on September 11, 2001, is not targeted against foreign enemies such as Al-Qaeda but internal political opposition.
“A leaked U.S. Army document obtained by Wired Magazine,” writesPaul Joseph Watson, “characterizes people “frustrated with mainstream ideologies” as potential terrorists, while also framing those who “believe in government conspiracies” as violent radicals.” Ask yourself: Is this not insane? Imagine a Soviet citizen, yearning for freedom, being told in 1988 by out-of-touch Soviet political officers that he was just “frustrated with mainstream ideologies.” The civilized world would rightfully laugh at such political propaganda as nonsense.
But this is what is happening in America in 2012, and the mainstream media continues to remain silent about the lack of respect for the rights of American citizens. Paul Craig Roberts, the former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration, says America is now a gestapo police state.
In the new totalitarian police state, the “terrorism” label is being used to delegitimize dissent against the corrupt U.S. government and justify the growing military presence in collapsing American cities.
For example, veterans who speak up for the rights of Americans anddemand government accountability are demonized as terrorists in the press, while real anti-American terrorists like Al-Qaeda and Salafist fighters in Syria are provided with an endless amount of weapons and money by the U.S. government and its client states in the Middle East. There is something wrong with this picture.
But no one should be surprised by the hypocrisy and brutality of the U.S. government. Over the last half century, a regime based on full-spectrum state terror has evolved in Washington. President Obama wasn’t the first U.S. statesman in modern U.S. political history to authorize the murder of an American citizen.
The CIA’s assassination policy was a reality long before the con artist Obama became President. The assassins of the tragic American hero John F. Kennedy and Afghanistan’s national hero Ahmad Shah Massoud worked for the same evil force: the shadow CIA.
The shadow CIA is a creature almost beyond control. And its existence is illegitimate. Why is it causing disorder on the Turkish, Syrian, and Jordanian borders? Why is it sending terrorists and thieves to invade Syria under the cover of night?
Instead of demanding that the international community protect the rights of Syrians and depose Assad, U.S. leaders should support human rights and political change in the United States. Sadly, though, President Obama, the state-run U.S. media, and the “humanitarian” foreign policy establishment do not recognize the rights of Americans. Do they consider Americans to be less human than Syrians? Is America less precious to them than Syria?
The massive level of disconnect between the scandalous political establishment in Washington and the American citizenry is unhealthy. It puts at jeopardy the preservation of the United States as a functioning, safe, free, and prosperous country.
It is amazing to me simply from an anthropological perspective that the real terrorists in Washington who are responsible for destroying America have the audacity to turn reality on its head and accuse their internal and external critics of being terrorists without providing any evidence.
They still haven’t brought any evidence to public light to prove the claim that Obama killed Bin Laden. As a matter of habit, they just expect the public to take the U.S. government at its word like sheep. The reality is that Bin Laden was not in the compound in Pakistan on May 1, 2011, and in fact died during the first term of the Bush administration.
Public skepticism about the official 9/11 and Bin Laden stories will continue to grow as more credible people and former high-level U.S. officials speak up regarding the U.S. government’s shameful record of lying to the American people about the purpose of the war on terror.
More pro-human rights whistleblowers within the U.S. government will come forward as the crisis of the political legitimacy of the United States government deepens. They understand what the stakes are and their dissent will be greeted with widespread approval.
The Cold War mentality among the political elite in the U.S. has to change. No one accepts the classification of dissent, debate, and dialogue as “domestic terrorism,” and it is not a mainstream position to suppress free speech and protests. There is a rising level of political awareness and knowledge in America, and this social and cultural change cannot be stopped in its tracks with repressive military action, threats, political intimidation, and state propaganda.
I just don’t see how the false flag fundamentalists and civil liberty destroyers who were behind Operation Gladio during the Cold War and the false flag 9/11 events can survive politically in the new global atmosphere of free thought and intelligent dissent. An informed global civil society and the awakening American people have had enough of the corruption, terrorism, brutality, hypocrisy, treachery, and criminality of the U.S. government.
Saman Mohammadi is the writer and editor at The Excavator
This article was posted: Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 3:27 am