Sunday, April 18, 2010

The Sterile War ~ Made for Video Murder





http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/04/13/title-2/ The Price of Assassination By ROBERT WRIGHT

[I wouldn’t have believed you if you’d told me 20 years ago that America would someday be routinely firing missiles into countries it’s not at war with. For that matter, I wouldn’t have believed you if you’d told me a few months ago that America would soon be plotting the assassination of an American citizen who lives abroad.
  
Shows you how much I know. President Obama, who during his first year in office oversaw more drone strikes in Pakistan than occurred during the entire Bush presidency, last week surpassed his predecessor in a second respect: he authorized the assassination of an American — Anwar al-Awlaki, the radical Imam who after 9/11 moved from Virginia to Yemen, a base from which he inspires such people as the Fort Hood shooter and the would-be underwear bomber.]
 
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This article got me thinking about the movie "Rollerball" and the coming Time of Peace, where the wars are Corporate only. Death by game.  I see the time where the drone wars will be televised. The wars could be fought by gladiator style arena or survivor island mano y mano.

I heard Fareed Zakaria talking today about the drone attacks he supports with some reservations. He mentioned that if Russia decided there were extremists in Georgia and decided to send drones to assassinate these Russian pegged extremists, how would we respond to it.

How perfect, that even a NWO advocate and committee administrator speaks to the fact that drone warfare is flawed. It really is nothing more than indiscriminate terror assassinations and collateral murder conducted in the backrooms and secret facilities without transparency, congressional oversight or any clear declaration of war?

I think this is a prime example of the vicious programming being pumped into psyche of the population as a sterile war, free of troop casualties and financially advantageous.

I dropped this article on Op-Ed spews a year ago and they declined it as out of date or it just didn't work for them. Of course that was post Bush and well into Mr. Soetero's regime.

I still find it sickening to see that more articles are not being published treating drone assassination and this trend in backroom warfare not as big an issue as the campaigns on anti-mine, depleted uranium and nuclear weapons. This is in my mind is a  most disturbing issue.

  

3 comments:

  1. And you'd never ever believe that America would be plotting to round up its own citizens in situ and process them through the Fema camps and those plastic coffins, would you? Oh no. No no. Or poison them via vaccines, and wholesale via the air and water and . . . Them chinks, sure, but never Americans. No no no no.

    Or would you?

    Well, of course, they're not Americans in charge, are they? They're all dual nationality, with the locals all over a barrel, either of blackmail or cash, so . . .

    So, draft ours and oust the vermin! Do I really have to tell you again?

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  2. It's hard to believe Mr. Wright just cannot break through the final layer of the ILLUMINATRIX.

    It shows that the lambs will likely never get it until they are boarding. Maybe they ought to see Maximilian Spielsbergers "List" again.

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  3. Yea, the "drone wars" could be profit making pay per view events. Comcast (oh excuse me, Xfinity)would make a killing. Then they could come out with the home version games for the kiddies. They could learn to kill in the comfort and security of their own bedrooms.

    Hell isn't that what they are doing now?

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