A larger picture of America's world domination puzzle comes clearer as time moves forward. The American people were deceived by a grand illusion on 911. The World Trade Center bombing was orchestrated by the United States government as a grand plot to destabilize the Middle East and create a so-called "War on Terror," and to bring the American citizen into a state of paramilitary submission; all for the greedy hands of American capitalist.
Blinded by the faded call of patriotism, the American public has yet to see (or refuse to see) this fact. As a continuation to the war on the Middle East that President George H. Bush started in the 1990s, and further instigated by the Clintons and afterward completed by George W. Bush, the United States have not only wreaked havoc in the Middle East, but have slowly turned America into a police state where the citizens have little to no rights.
There was no plane that hit the Pentagon and there was no plane in Pennsylvania, it was all an illusion. The Towers fell by the force of controlled explosions and the people who died were merely collateral damage. The United States claimed that Osama bin Laden was the culprit of 911 yet ended up in Iraq based on lies and approval from its Congress to bomb and kill millions of innocent people. The purpose was to extract billions in treasure and oil from the Middle East that would later enrich the wealthy here in America and Europe.
Since then, America began pushing media lies about threats to the homeland, which have all been hyped-up stories of Islamic terrorist hitting American cities. None of the recent or past incidents have been extreme terror related, only lone wolves reacting to American hatred and racial profiling. There would not even be a so-called terrorism problem had the first Bush not invaded the Middle East. This was all preplanned. The Iraqi people were minding their business and simply living their lives.
Meanwhile, American airports, office buildings and neighborhoods have become a breeding ground for fear and racial hatred against Muslims and the presence of paramilitary over-policing. Citizens are being told to call in any suspicious behavior and the ignorance of many has capitalized on this white privilege by targeting minorities. Laws and policies make their way through the government based on lies, false information and hype, and the American public lap it up like stray dogs.
Now, in comes the ringer, Donald Trump, who - backed by extremist conservative racists - has enforced the worse of the fascist agenda. Government agents are outright targeting all minorities, whether citizens or not, on behalf of white power. War, is the excuse used by this power structure; the War on Terror, the War on Drugs, and the War on illegal immigration, has become the battle cry for blatant white racism. Using all of their armed and murderous authority, the United States are in an all out war against people of color. But it is all an illusion created by the wealthy.
The war is not about color or race, or religion, it is about the rich against the poor; however, the poor and ignorant of this country are too blind to see that reality. They would never and could never believe that their government would sell them down the sewer like this but as time goes by slowly, it will become more apparent. We live in a country set by a military coup with a dictatorship backdrop. As time moves slowly, we are purposely distracted, blindsided, and preoccupied with the struggles of survival.
Suggestion, pull out from underneath the lie. Realize the truth and call the resistance to life. The wealthy has to come down and come down hard. Stop working, stop spending, and stop consuming and most of all, stop believing in this government. Life is about survival of all, not survival of the fittest. If that is the purpose of life, then anyone without money will die.
© May. 2017
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