BREAKING NEWS!!!! The UK government is using chemical weapons against its own population. Along with its ally the US, military planes have been bombarding an unsuspecting populous with chemical trails that consist of Aluminium oxide, Barium and Strontium. In a shocking new twist, the fall out from these trails has also been found to contain Nano fibres which have been linked to the disfiguring and agonising Morgellons disease. A meeting of the UN Security Council is now likely and an air strike on Britain, followed by a swift regime change, is to be expected.
So MPs have voted against UK involvement in any US led attack on Syria. Maybe even now our politicians are waking up. Rest assured, this will not stop Cameron, and more importantly, the masters that he answers to. People often talk about the “special relationship” between the US and the UK, but in truth this is the relationship between the Royal Institute of International Affairs, based at Chatham House, and the Council on Foreign Relations. These private lobby groups, part of the Round Table network that also includes the Bilderberg Group, are the real architects of British and US foreign policy. This is why you see such continuity in foreign policy, irrespective of who is in “power”. The Round Table Group was established by Cecil Rhodes in 1910 for the purpose of expanding the influence of the Anglo-American elite. The major corporate members of RIIA include BAE Systems Ltd, one of the largest defence contractors in the world; the City of London Corporation (the fiefdom of the British Rothschild’s); Goldman Sachs International; and Lockheed Martin UK. Whilst the Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the Chevron Corporation, Goldman Sachs, and Rockefeller owned JP Morgan Chase and Co, are all listed as founders and corporate members of the CFR. War is, after all, big business to these criminal families.
Since its creation in 1921, only Presidents Reagan, boy Bush, and Obama have not been members of the Council on Foreign Relations. Obama, like Bush, is a puppet on a string and his administration is filled with CFR members. The foreign policy of the US and the UK is dictated by the private interest groups who control the CFR and its parent organisation RIIA. That’s why there will never be any “change that you can beLIEve in“.
“It’s not about taking sides in the conflict, it’s not about invading, it’s not about regime change or indeed working more closely with the opposition. It’s about the large-scale use of chemical weapons and our response to a war crime – nothing else”. But this is not like Iraq. What we are seeing in Syria is fundamentally different”.
No Mr Cameron, you are a genetic liar, and a war criminal.
Now turn each of his statements around – invert them if you will – and you will have the truth of the matter.
“It is about invading”.
“It is about regime change”.
“It’s not about the use of chemical weapons”.
“It is like Iraq”.
“What we are seeing in Syria is fundamentally the same“.
It is often said that those who do not learn from the mistakes of the past are condemned to repeat them. 99 years ago, the old Austro-Hungarian Empire set in motion a chain of events that led irrevocably to the outbreak of a major European war when its leaders decided – without any concrete evidence – that Gavrillo Princip, the Serbian terrorist who murdered the heir to the Austrian throne in Sarajevo, was acting on the orders of the Serbian government. Almost a century later, the world is facing a similar scenario as the war mongers in the UK and US governments, after days of sabre rattling, are about to commence with air strikes on Syria. Once more, there is as yet no hard evidence that the Assad regime was behind the chemical weapon attacks that have provided the pretext for military intervention. Now reports are coming in from the alternative news media that Russia and China have walked out of the UN Security Council meeting, and moreover, that a US led air strike on Syria will begin on Saturday and end on Wednesday, when Obama meets Vladimir Putin. This, when Russia has also reportedly sent two warships to the eastern Mediterranean.
Make no mistake, the decision to attack Syria was taken over a year ago. US troops have been stationed on the Syrian border for months. One must begin to locate the imminent attack on Syria within the context of the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya, as well as the Western backed coup in Egypt which has already ended in a counter revolution and much bloodshed. These guys want to own and confiscate the planet; Syria is, quite simply, next on the list. Soon they will shift their attention to Iran – the coup de grace of globalist aspirations in the Middle East.
But are the inner sanctum of this war mongering, financial priest class planning something much bigger and far more catastrophic? Are they planning to bring the forces of NATO into conflict with Russia and China to initiate a global conflict? Such a large scale war is almost unthinkable. It would bring the world to its knees. But death and destruction is requisite to rebirth and renewal. From the devastation and chaos of a Third World War would arise a new order.
As David Rockefeller once wrote, “We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order“.
A reporter with Israel’s most widely read newspaper has been told by defense establishment officials that a US-led attack on Syria will begin on Saturday and end when Barack Obama meets Vladimir Putin on Wednesday.
Despite an apparent softening in rhetoric as British Prime Minister David Cameron faces a parliamentary revolt over military intervention, in addition to reports that the intelligence against Assad’s regime is by no means a “slam dunk,” Israel Hayom reporter Amir Mizroch tweets that the attack will begin on Saturday immediately after UN inspectors have left the country.
Inspectors had initially planned to leave on Sunday after concluding their investigation but their departure a day early has increased speculation that air strikes are imminent.
British and American military might is now fully in place and prepared for strikes which experts say will take the form of Tomahawk land-attack cruise missiles fired from warships or submarines.
Mizroch also highlights remarks made by former Mossad director Danny Yatom, who says that the apparent delay on green lighting military strikes is only so Bashar Al-Assad can’t use the UN inspectors as human shields.
Rolf Harris – Another establishment paedophile employed and protected by the BBC. I think it’s time we all stopped paying for the BBC license don’t you?
TV presenter Rolf Harris has been charged with nine counts of indecent assault and four of making indecent images of children, police have said.
Mr Harris was first arrested in March by officers investigating historical allegations of child sexual abuse.
Six offences relate to the indecent assault of a girl aged 15-16 between 1980 and 1981 and three relate to a girl aged 14 in 1986.
The indecent images of children were alleged to have been made last year.
Mr Harris, 83, of Bray, Berkshire, will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 23 September.
Read more here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23880768
Afghanistan. Iraq. Libya. Now Syria. Next year Iran.
Are we starting to see a pattern emerge here? The decision to attack Syria was made over a year ago and ratified at Bilderberg back in June.
David Cameron made the announcement via Twitter, writing: “There’ll be a clear Govt motion & vote on UK response to chemical weapons attacks.”
Parliament will reconvene for the debate on Thursday, and the announcement comes as Downing Street confirms “contingency plans” are being drawn up to send the military into the Middle Eastern country.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has called on Western powers to stop ‘hand wringing’ over the crisis and back up its strong words with military action.
Last week, it was claimed a chemical attack sanctioned by Syria President Bashar al-Assad’s Ba’ath Party killed more than 100 people in Damascus.
Downing Street said all options were still on the table but insisted that no decision has been made over what form of action to take.
A spokesman said: “We are continuing to discuss with our international partners what the right response should be, but, as part of this, we are making contingency plans for the armed forces.”