The end of the US empire: no hegemony, forced accountability?
A key clue to unraveling the web of lies around 9-11
As I wrote when the story broke, the revelations that Saudi Arabia, while admitting full control of Al-Qaeda and terrorist groups and with the full backing of the United States, attempted to first bribe, then threaten the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and the Russian people with terrorist acts at the Sochi Olympics, were important keys into solving who the real architects of the entire “War on Terror” paradigm are. It is now almost perfectly clear who brought down the World Trade Center and who is responsible for the state of endless war and illegality that the peace-loving-world has been subject to since September 10, 2001.
The planners are clearly known but the executors have always been a mystery. A mountain of evidence exists that 9-11 was a joint US/Saudi/Israeli effort but now with the revelations that the Saudis control US created Al-Qaeda, and the long record of “cooperation” between (wants-to-be-king) Prince Bandar and the Bush family, it has become unquestionable that the Saudi role has been much greater than was once believed.
A blueprint for global American hegemony
To truly understand 9-11 one must first study the
The document is the actual working plan for global American hegemony concocted by the neo-conservative authors, chiefly Dick Cheney, from what was named the Project for a New American Century (PNAC). The People’s Republic of Korea understood from the very beginning that the document was a blueprint. They knew it was being used by the US to, in effect, take over the world.
The PNAC plan, in plain black and white required a “… new Pearl Harbor ....” as a catalyst in order to be implemented and carried out. That “catalyst” was 9-11.
The NYET(s) heard around the world
It is now become clearer, millions of annihilated shattered lives later, that their plan has failed. Forcing the world into submission will never work the end of the “War on Terror” is nigh.
As I have repeated in the recent past, that end was marked, when President Vladimir Putin stated to Saudi Prince Bandar one word: NYET. The word of course means no in Russian and President Putin said NO we will not be bribed and NO we will not be threatened. The impunity with which Bandar threatened the President of the biggest country in the world and a nuclear power clearly shows the arrogance and self-arrogated “above-the-law” status held by the West and its allies.
That was the NYET heard around the world and marked the end to the arrogant egregiously illegal and relentless drive towards the terrorist backed domination of the entire planet by the United States and its allies.
The next one was when Russia said NO to an invasion of Syria.
The end of empire
There comes a point when any nefarious and evil imperialist empire, no matter how it attempts to desperately hold on to its domination over those it controls and has power over, has to collapse and implode into a what it started as or as most often in the case with the grandest of scales, disappear entirely. And that point may have come for the United States of America and it is well aware of it.
The signs are there, and they have been for some time. Signs that we are truly seeing the end of Western Civilization as it has come to be known.
From covert to open subversion by force
The move from conducting its actions under the pretense of abiding by international laws and norms, while conducting worldwide subversive activities aimed at undermining the states of the world in order to make them pliable to the US will in secret, to one of openly acting with brazen impunity, military force and illegality, while to western geopolitical planners and architects might have seemed like a way to cement their own “exceptionalism”, in fact it was in and of itself a sign and a forbearer of the end times. No such strategy would ever work when a country with only 4% of the population wants to force the other 96% into submission. Nazi Germany learned that lesson, the PNAC obviously did not.
World War III as an instrument for domination
More than two decades ago experts predicted that World War III would either start in the Middle East or in the Russian Caucuses and this almost occurred last month in Syria. The simple fact that invading Syria under any pretext would spark a regional conflagration leading to a global one should raise serious questions as to the motivations of any state which is pushing for war in the region or any state which is actively supporting and even “admittedly” controlling terrorist groups and formations which are destabilizing the area. Is World War III the end goal that the West and its allies were seeking? Many experts around the world are raising this question.
Is the threat of an aggressive attack by the United States on the Arab Republic of Syria past and over? On the contrary as the recent meeting of the “Friends of Syria” has shown (a misnomer if there ever was one) as the language coming from those “friends” has now once again moved into “military intervention” rhetoric.
Complete lack of credibility and total illegality
In light of their “hidden agenda” (destruction of states to obtain control), any move made by the United States and its allies with regard to Syria must be viewed with extreme suspicion and caution given the proven track record and willingness to ignore international law and launch unilateral wars of aggression.
Any country which also maintains an illegal offshore prison and continues to hold hundreds, if not thousands, indefinitely and without charge or trial must also be questioned when attempting to push a doctrine of superiority in rule of law.
If we go further and add the massive spying by the US (even on staunch allies) the daily war crimes and extra judicial assassinations and the continued infringement on the sovereignty of nations, to the crippled economy (one controlled by the military industrial complex) and you have a very dangerous mix indeed.
Fractured “coalition of the willing”
Along with Israel, Saudi Arabia was one of the countries that had documented ties to the events of 9-11. It is also one that has counted on, if not orchestrated the US policies of military interventionism in the Middle East to bring about its
This close partnership between Saudi Arabia (which has admitted to controlling Al-Qaeda and even Chechen terrorists), Israel, Al-Qaeda themselves and the United States is now
Israel is attempting to maintain its own agenda, Saudi Arabia has said its relationship with the US has taken a turn for the worse, and Al-Qaeda is beginning to pursue their own agenda, in Libya for example. Whether these fractures are window dressing or real remains to be seen.
Saudi not getting its share of the spoils?
After the debacle of Saudi Prince Bandar “Bush” threatening President Putin and the ensuing showdown over Syria, Saudi Arabia is beginning to show its true role in the grand scheme of things. And they are not happy. It is like watching a “falling out of thieves” fighting over the spoils.
Saudi Arabia has refused a coveted rotating spot on the United Nations Security Council, because an invasion on Syria was not carried out as it had apparently been promised.
If reports are true that it was Saudi Arabia and their Al-Qaeda controlled elements who orchestrated the heinous chemical weapons attack outside of Damascus, then it is also understandable why Saudi Arabia has now stated that its relationship with the United States will change dramatically.
Convenience of dealing with war lords
If it was not clear before it should be clear now, to anyone with even a passing interest in the situation in the Middle East, in light of the recent reports coming out of Libya, statements by President Bashar Al-Assad, the situation in Afghanistan, the strange flip-flop of affairs in Egypt and the continuing quagmire in Iraq and other states, that destabilization of the
From a business and resource stand point it makes sense. Shatter the cou8ntry and then do “business” with little fiefdoms that pop up. It was the plan for Russia (ala
“Humanitarian” genocide or just business as usual?
Any pretense of “humanitarianism” and “democracy” by the West have long ago lost their credibility.
War and more war and endless spying
The world is tired as are the American people, of endless pointless war which has devastated their economy, one that was in the black when George Bush took office the first time, and it appears the US has nothing else to offer to the world. Not entirely true there is the internet and the cool gadgets that we now know are only tools to spy on us and facilitate even more US war and control.
The world is a complicated place
Interlacing aggressive war with historic illegality, support for terrorist elements, unprecedented global military buildup, massive spying programs and endless manipulation, may have seemed like a great strategy to the nefarious geopolitical strategists behind the current paradigm, and it may have worked, but the world is complicated place, as one western geopolitical architect named Brzhinsky
Yes the world is complicated place, especially for 1% of 4% of the world’s population, when they want to subjugate it, enslave it and possess global hegemony, over peoples and states that they simply know almost nothing about. Complicated? Yes! As the PNAC engineers must be saying: there are all those pesky humans on it!
Operation: vigilance for peace
We must all be vigilant that the wounded beast does not begin to strike out in desperation and all talk by that country, about terrorism, invasion pretexts and intelligence must be viewed with the greatest of suspicion. We know, thanks to Bandar Bush who really controls Al-Qaeda and when the truth comes out (if it ever does) about who actually killed 426 children from Latakia, Syria as a pretext for war, we will then be closer to knowing the whole story. And believe me, it will not be pretty.
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