Consequences of an American attack on Syria: The destruction of the Dollar and end of the Internet

My cyberspace friend Allan shared this web source with me. The emphasis in bold are mine. Excerpts from “The central banks and international financiers that created our ongoing and developing disaster are NOT going to allow the destruction of the American economy, the dollar, or global markets without a cover event designed to hide their culpability. They need something big. Something so big that the average citizen is overwhelmed with fear and confusion. A smoke and mirrors magic trick … Continue reading →

Wife of Marine Colonel exposes corruption and perversion in the U.S. Milatary

Kay Griggs

Kay Griggs, Former Marine Colonel’s Wife, Talks About Military Assassin Squads, Drug Running, Illegal Weapon Deals And Sexual Perversion Deep Within The Highest Levels Of U.S. Military And Government An interview with Kay Griggs in 1998 “The war in Bosnia is simply a stage to train assassins to be a market for, and new weapons to be a marketplace so the drugs can be used. And the (U.S.) Army runs the whole show. It’s totally run by the Army. The … Continue reading →

More Israeli murder of Palestinians in Gaza

“The incursion and bombardment of Gaza is not about destroying Hamas. It is not about stopping rocket fire into Israel, it is not about achieving peace. The Israeli decision to rain death and destruction on Gaza, to use lethal weapons of the modern battlefield on a largely defenseless civilian population, is the final phase in a decades-long campaign to ethnically-cleanse Palestinians. Israel uses sophisticated attack jets and naval vessels to bomb densely-crowded refugee camps, schools, apartment blocks, mosques, and slums … Continue reading →

An Israeli soldier’s testimonial of the occupation of Palestine

Quote from soldier: “I did enter the army with questions, maybe not the right questions, maybe not all the questions, but I did feel like ‘I’m a good Jew’, … that you have to walk around with question marks around your head. So I think I went into the army feeling I have the question marks. And one of the question marks was, ‘How will I be a good soldier in a shitty situation?’ … I thought I could be … Continue reading →

America versus Iran in terms of aggression

American verses Iran in terms of agression

When I first saw this image which somebody posted on Facebook, I wondered about the Iraq – Iran war. Who attacked first? Iraq did! Iran did not initiate the aggression; Iraq invaded Iran. Iran was also invaded in 1941 by Soviet, and British, and other Commonwealth armed forces. History shows that Iran has not been the aggressor in modern conflicts with other nations. … Continue reading →

Testimonials of US Military veterans about War in the Middle East

“I will promise you this, that if we have not gotten our troops out by the time I am President, it is the first thing I will do. I will get our troops home, we will bring an end to this war. You can take that to the bank!” — Barack Obama during a campaign speech, Oct. 27, 2007 “President Obama has ordered 17,000 more American troops to Afganistan. It’s the first stage of a build up that will eventually … Continue reading →

Why Gaddafi was demonized by the West

Muammar Gaddafi

I believe Gaddafi was demonized by the West only after he became a hindrance to New World Order plans. Libya was one of the most prosperous countries in the middle east before the NATO (read USA, England and France) attacks! Unlike the Egyptians under Mubarak, the average Libyan enjoyed a high standard of living. Under the revolutionary leadership of Col. Mu`ammar Qadhafi, Libya has attained the highest standard of living in all of Africa. This is all the more remarkable … Continue reading →

The Secret Terrorists

I found an interesting e-book called “The Secret Terrorists. ” May the reader draw his or her own conclusions as to whether the points brought out are true or not. All links go directly to the book. Chapter 1: Target: America Chapter 2: President Andrew Jackson Chapter 3: Harrison, Taylor, and Buchanan Chapter 4: President Abraham Lincoln Chapter 5: The Sinking of the Titanic (Quite a few amazing things brought out in this chapter! A friend introduced me to this … Continue reading →

Operation Trojan horse

This set of 20 videos is one of the most educational and comprehensive reports I’ve ever seen about the conspiracy to establish a one world government. It talks about the history of Masonic influence in Washington DC, the influence of the British Crown in America, the mysteries of the new Denver Airport, the truth of the 911 attacks, etc. It contains testimonials from eyewitnesses and is not just mere theory or speculation. The first one I saw which a friend … Continue reading →

Quotes from influential men

Andrew Jackson

This is my collection of quotes from the movers and shakers of this world that I believe shed light on why the world is what it is today. If you have a quote that you would like to add to this list, please write it in the comments section of this post! 2009 is also the first year of global governance, with the establishment of the G-20 in the middle of the financial crisis. The climate conference in Copenhagen is … Continue reading →

The Wickedness of War

Hitler meets Pope Pius XII

FROM THE CHRISTIAN REVIEW, JUNE 1838, PP. 230–237, UNSIGNED This article is posted on my original James Japan site, but it’s so good I thought to give it a bit more exposure. Another reason is because a sincere young Muslim raised in the USA pointed out to me all the hypocrisy he has personally witnessed among people who call themselves Christians. I pointed out that he has only witnessed American Christians. I found that persecuted Christians raised in countries closed … Continue reading →

Donald Trump: “Everything is a Lie”

July 4: After seeing Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice” for the very first time yesterday, I became interested to know more about him. My general opinion of fat cat businessmen is not very high, but after seeing this interview of him on youtube, and hearing his opinion of the war in Iraq, my respect for Mr. Trump has increased a magnitude. … Continue reading →