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Is This The Beginning Of The End For U.S. Empire?

Public Policy

Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad.

Before I get into the meat of this post, I want to revisit something I wrote back in January.

From the post, Very Powerful People in the U.S. Government Want War – This is Their Sales Pitch:

We need to understand that those who want this war will be absolutely relentless. The sales pitch will not end until they get exactly what they want. This is where all of us critical thinkers need to play a key role. We must be prepared to diligently analyze all unsubstantiated official claims, and push back against the war-mongers, because we know for certain the oligarch-owned corporate media won’t. We must be prepared to inform our fellow citizens about what’s happening so that we don’t fall victim to a cheap sales pitch with devastating consequences. Unfortunately, we must also be prepared for a possible deep state false flag if the current sales tactic falls on deaf ears.

 

America cannot win a global war of such a scale if it is based on false pretenses and in the absence of exceedingly strong public support. This support does not exist. Will this serve as a necessary restraint against the masters of war and their devious plans? It’s too early to tell, but I do know that if we are unnecessarily pushed into a global conflagration, it will not end well for us. If this is the road our twisted status quo insists on taking us down, let us never forget who they are and the self-serving motivations behind their actions.

Four months later, the deep state got exactly what it wanted. Trump’s weaknesses have been identified and exploited, and he’s successfully been manipulated into neocon foreign policy like George W. Bush and Barack Obama before him. I’ve spent much of the past several months warning about exactly what happened last night, but the die is now cast. There’s no turning back from the path we’re on.

And don’t give me this garbage about Trump playing “4D chess.” Trump’s a brilliant salesman, and that’s about it. There’s nothing special or superior about Donald Trump intellectually, and he’s one of the most unwise people to ever become President. There was a hope he meant what he said about non-interventionism during the campaign, but that hope should be entirely extinguished at this point. Trump is a very weak man desperately looking for praise from those he claims to hate.

The purpose of today’s post is not to discuss what happened last night. All of you have read the news by now. My intent today is to explain what I think this means for the years ahead. I believe last night’s strike represents the beginning of the end for U.S. empire. Although the U.S. has been declining domestically for this entire century, America has still been calling all the shots on the international front. This makes sense in late-stage empire, as the focus of the fat and happy “elite” becomes singularly obsessed with domination and power, while the situation back home festers and rots.

Trump won on an “America first” platform that promised to emphasize the well-being of American citizens over geopolitical adventurism. We now know for certain he’s been manipulated into the imperial mindset, and his recklessness will merely accelerate U.S. decline on the world stage, and in turn, back home.

If anyone’s playing 4D chess it’s Russia. Russia is anti-fragile at this point, as has been proved by Putin’s survival in the face of economic sanctions, a collapsing ruble and a plunge in oil prices. Putin is still standing and arguably as powerful as ever. Not to mention the fact that the USSR completely disintegrated and collapsed within the past 30 years. They’ve been through a lot as a people. Meanwhile, the U.S. is extraordinarily fragile and weak by comparison, a distinction that will become quite obvious to us all in the years ahead. I don’t say this with any hint of glee or schadenfreude, I’m just stating the facts as I see them.

None of this implies that Russia’s leadership are a bunch of good people by any means. What I am saying is that they are a thousand times more strategic and intelligent compared to U.S. leadership.

To prove the point, this would be a good time to review a post I published back in 2014, Tensions Between the U.S. and Russia Are Worse Than You Realize – Remarks by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Here’s some of what I noted:

There are two reasons I think the following remarks by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov are so important.

 

First, as someone who spends much of his time analyzing and critiquing the many destructive policy decisions made by American “leaders,” I was shocked to find how accurate his description of the U.S. power structure’s mindset seems to be. He gets it, and he is more or less trying to warn the world that America’s leaders are basically power-drunk children. I concur.

 

Second, Lavrov also describes the negative impact that this behavior has had on the Russian psyche generally. He expresses dismay that the U.S. status quo sees the world as unipolar, and attempts to tackle every problem from the perspective that might is right. In no uncertain terms, Lavrov makes it clear that Russia will not stand for this. I don’t think the Russians are bluffing, so this is a very dangerous situation.

 

If there was actually someone in the U.S. State Department capable of such introspective and clear thinking, we might actually defuse this situation. Don’t hold your breath.

You should really read the entire post to see Lavrov’s comments for yourself in order to truly understand why I came to the above conclusions.

U.S. leadership is an absolute joke and will drive this entire country into a brick wall in the years ahead. John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Chucky Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, are you kidding me? They remind me of George Armstrong Custer, and we all know how that turned out.

The media is even worse. In what Glenn Greenwald accurately called “one of the sickest things ever to appear on US television,” MSNBC’s Brian Williams gushed about the “beauty” of U.S. cruise missiles.

Here’s another sign of imperial collapse, Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, in a war zone calling the shots.

This is not the sort of thing you see in a confident, brave, and civilized nation, it’s the sort of stuff you’d expect to see toward the end. It’s the stuff of craven war-mongers, of dishonest cowards, of a totally deranged and very dangerous media. The signs are everywhere; imperial decline is set to accelerate rapidly in the coming years.

Fine, but how is all this going to play out? Obviously nobody really knows, but I do think we’ve entered a new period in American history. I think it’s basically a crossing of the Rubicon moment for the American empire. Personally, I don’t expect a strong and visible military response from Russia in the near-term. I don’t think Putin wants to give the U.S. media and newly minted neocon Donald Trump an excuse to do anything truly crazy, which they can blame on Russia in the court of public opinion. I think Putin is too smart for that. Rather, what I think he’ll do is make all sorts of moves behind the scenes to weaken America’s economic power, while at the same time engaging in minor provocations to tempt the imbeciles in charge of U.S. foreign policy to make further mistakes abroad, to which they’ll emphatically oblige.

In other words, Russia will attempt to make the U.S. extend itself further in a region where no real success is possible, at the same time that the American economy deteriorates further. Recall that the current very weak economic “recovery” has been going on for nearly a decade. This cycle is very long in the tooth, and all Russia really needs to do is sit back, make some moves behind the scenes and allow the U.S. to collapse upon itself in its hubris and stupidity. This is precisely what I think is going to happen.

Finally, let’s not forget the following.

Expect more of all the above as the U.S. empire enters its most devastating phase of collapse. Think about what it might mean for you and your family and prepare accordingly.

Liberty Blitzkrieg blog



47 Comments on "Is This The Beginning Of The End For U.S. Empire?"

  1. onlooker on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 3:33 pm 

    It is no solace to humanity, the fall of the Empire. The damage of Industrial civilization and rampant overpopulation has set the stage for Collapse of all the spheres of human influence and concern. If any of us survive into the future it will be because Nature allowed it. But the survivors may have more to look forward to than modern Man has ever had. And best of all will once again in humility stare in wonder and awe at the majesty of creation rather than seek to dominate it

  2. rockman on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 3:50 pm 

    But more important: is the end of the beginning of the discussions about beginning of the end of the USA?

  3. Alan Bannacheck on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 5:08 pm 

    The budget request by the Trump Administration (family) should be insulting to every American. A 30 percent cut to the arts to fund a 60 billion dollar increase in defence?

    The fact that everyone isn’t given health insurance or an equal chance at life is very telling. The reasoning against it is selfish and arrogant. Our culture celebrates shame and humiliation, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise.

    Trump doesn’t care about Muslims, he’s proven thus. why should their cause of death be of concern? Russia and Israel are weapon dealers, like us. So they’re also winners in the next war.

  4. Cloggie on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 5:25 pm 

    America cannot win a global war of such a scale if it is based on false pretenses and in the absence of exceedingly strong public support. This support does not exist.

    Certainly not in Europe and also in the US, Trump was elected on the promise that he would mind his own business. All his prominent supporters expressed their disappointment with the strike against Syria.

    #FireIvanka
    #FireKuschner

    Trump is a very weak man desperately looking for praise from those he claims to hate.

    That goes too far. The resistance Trump had to endure was enormous. It is amazing how far he got already. Where Putin had “merely” to deal with a handful of so-called oligarchs, Trump had to take on the entire establishment. He is far from weak, but this Syria episode is nevertheless a serious setback. The swamp managed to drive a wedge between Trump and Putin and that is very difficult to mend.

    I believe last night’s strike represents the beginning of the end for U.S. empire.

    The real reason why the US is going to lose its hegemonic position is more profane: the rest is simply closing the gap with the US.

    He [Putin] gets it, and he is more or less trying to warn the world that America’s leaders are basically power-drunk children.

    The best illustration is the behavior of Nikki Haley in the UN, where she simply says “that Assad needs to go”. Who is she to decide that. There is no provision in International Law that a US ambassador to the UN can decide that; it’s hubris. Does she have any clue of what the consequences will be? A total dissolution of Syria, endless ethnic cleansing, mass killing and total chaos.

  5. GregT on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 5:26 pm 

    Test

  6. makati1 on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 5:30 pm 

    America, the ‘Land of the Free’ is no more.
    600,000 laws on the books and hundreds added each year.
    The dollar worth less than a nickle and shrinking.
    The insane crowd in the beltway, running (ruining) the nation.
    The Bill of Rights shredded.
    The Constitution a joke.
    Infrastructure crumbling.
    Standard of living falling.
    Education slipping down the slope to ignorance.
    Healthcare cost raping the citizens.
    Debt up the kazoo everywhere you look.
    Suicide and drug use increasing.
    And on and on.

    “Expect more of all the above as the U.S. empire enters its most devastating phase of collapse. Think about what it might mean for you and your family and prepare accordingly.”

  7. GregT on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 5:36 pm 

    “Does she have any clue of what the consequences will be?”

    I highly doubt it, but you can be sure that her ‘supervisors’ do.

  8. Cloggie on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 5:50 pm 

    Alex Jones claims he has intel that the US is about to launch a grand scale invadion of Syria:

    https://www.infowars.com/exclusive-massive-us-invasion-of-syria-has-already-begun/

  9. Cloggie on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 6:01 pm 

    http://russia-insider.com/en/breaking-trumps-national-security-adviser-wants-full-scale-war-syria/ri19516

    Iraq 2.0 is coming.

    Got a spare few trillions?

  10. Hubert on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 6:56 pm 

    Theses idiots are losing their mind.

  11. makati1 on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 7:27 pm 

    Worth some of your time this week, if you are an American.

    http://journal-neo.org/2017/04/09/donald-trump-vs-north-korea-waking-up-to-smell-your-own-coffee/

    Maybe go out and buy a mirror or look into the one you have…

  12. Apneaman on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 8:25 pm 

    The Flies of Summer

    “As national Republican political strategist Rick Wilson said on The Last Word, what we witnessed this past Thursday at the clown show in the White House was impulse, not policy. “Whoosh, whoosh, bang, bang, he got to turn the key and watch the pretty rockets go … this is a guy with the attention span of a gnat on meth.”

    The cost of the whoosh whoosh bang bang, just in spent ordnance, not delivery, was somewhere north of $80 million. Damage on the ground has been estimated at $700,000. Raytheon, who makes Tomahawks for the Navy, saw its stock value jump $500 million.”

    http://peaksurfer.blogspot.ca/2017/04/the-flies-of-summer.html

  13. Dredd on Sun, 9th Apr 2017 11:54 pm 

    This is not the sort of thing you see in a confident, brave, and civilized nation, it’s the sort of stuff you’d expect to see toward the end. It’s the stuff of craven war-mongers, of dishonest cowards, of a totally deranged and very dangerous media.” – post author

    Well said.

  14. GregT on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 12:21 am 

    “The cost of the whoosh whoosh bang bang, just in spent ordnance, not delivery, was somewhere north of $80 million. Damage on the ground has been estimated at $700,000.”

    A rather dismal ROI, but much better than if they had never been used to blow up anything. Now that they have gone bang, they will need to be replaced. Building another 80 million dollars worth of weapons of mass destruction may be a small step, but a step none-the-less on the trail to making America great again. Now if only they could figure out something to blow up with all of those ICBMs…….

  15. freak on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 1:16 am 

    Trump bombing of abandoned Syrian airfield was a psyop to instill fear into China and Russian for not using the dollar or swift system to do trade. See Google maps.

  16. makati1 on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 1:43 am 

    freak, I doubt Russia or China fear the paper tiger U$. One website claims the Russians shot down half of the Tomahawks and the others ‘killed’ some airplanes in for repairs. Never touched the airstrip, the only real target when you try to take put an airfield.

  17. makati1 on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 1:45 am 

    GregT, wait until a million dollar Chinese “Carrier Killer” missile takes out a multi-billion dollar U$ carrier and a few cruisers. THAT will be bargain for the Chinese. Not so much for the U$ taxpayer.

  18. Apneaman on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 1:51 am 

    Do Not Resist: new film shows how US police have become an occupying army

    “But the most disturbing scene transpires during the relative placidity of a seminar when a hugely successful lecturer tells a room full of police officers: “We are at war and you are the frontline.

    “What do you fight violence with? Superior violence. Righteous violence. Violence is your tool … You are men and women of violence.”

    “The speaker, Dave Grossman, is a retired army lieutenant colonel with a packed national speaking schedule. In the film, Grossman also promulgates the notion that one perk of violent encounters is that police often say that afterwards they have the best sex of their lives, which Atkinson, in an interview, sees as parallel to promising virgins to a suicide bomber.

    “I wanted to show how ubiquitous his philosophy is and how it has been adopted throughout law enforcement,”

    https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/sep/30/do-not-resist-film-documentary-us-police-militarization

  19. GregT on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 1:55 am 

    “Trump bombing of abandoned Syrian airfield was a psyop to instill fear into China and Russian for not using the dollar or swift system to do trade”

    I doubt very much that either China or Russia are afraid. More than likely amused, watching the US implode.

  20. Cloggie on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 3:56 am 

    It is very difficult to discern a pattern in US policy. Tillerson now says (post-strike) that US iS NOT seeking regime change in Syria:

    http://tinyurl.com/kxhaz3b

    Yet this broad Nikki Haley claims the opposite:

    http://russia-insider.com/en/ascendant-waffle-house-waitress-goes-rogue/ri19521
    (In the happy good old days they used to bake cookies)

    https://www.pressenza.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Nikki-Haley-Syria-720×449.jpg
    (Iraqi incubators all over again?)

    400.000 people killed in Syria and counting, in a war that was instigated by the US-lead West for the purpose of geopolitical advantage (one extra vassal)…

    https://anarchodutch.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/mccain-isis.jpg

    …and now they worry about a few dozens of people killed extra.

  21. Cloggie on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 4:16 am 

    Do Not Resist: new film shows how US police have become an occupying army

    World history shows that every multicult, multi-ethnic society sooner or later turns into a dictatorship and police-state, necessary to keep the “melting-pot” of competing ethnicities (pressure-cooker really) from exploding. Examples like Yugoslavia, Iraq and Syria show that once the dictatorship is removed, the countdown to the explosion begins and that hundreds of thousands of people get killed in these three twenty something million “nations”, until the ethnic cleansing has been carried out and divine peace returns.

    So what are you complaining about Friedman? You and the ADL/SPLC and the US media are constantly promoting satanic mass-migration. Why do you expect that America will be any different than these three countries mentioned?

    Yes it makes sense to dig yourself in in the Ozarks, Appalachians, Canadian jungle or Manila. But not for stupid peak oil or climate baloney (which both won’t seriously bite during the remainder of our lifetimes anyway), but for anticipating precisely that explosion.

  22. Cloggie on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 4:36 am 

    Perhaps Haley was scripted by Netanyahoo:

    https://twitter.com/nikkihaley/status/846500695637417984

  23. Davy on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 4:43 am 

    I don’t know if you guys have been watching or caring but the pieces are falling into place on the political statement from the Syrian attack. There is no more talk about Obama administration spying on Trump and no more Trump Russiagate. This has to be a clear sign an agreement was reached in the deep crevices of government. Cessation of hostilities was abrupt and complete. It appears now we are back to the status quo of a unified anti-Putin alliance. The grand compromise had no announcements. Nothing on the fake news networks. They were likely given their marching orders from their corporate bosses and the bosses theirs. Trump rearranged his people and now all is well back in the swamp. It was the 100 day swamp war. I think this says volumes about the status quo and what we can expect going forward.

  24. Davy on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 4:47 am 

    “Yes it makes sense to dig yourself in in the Ozarks, Appalachians, Canadian jungle or Manila. But not for stupid peak oil or climate.” I am sorry for you Cloggie that you have no place to go for peak oil or climate. You better hope you are right because you have a population density far too high and a land level far too low.

  25. Davy on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 4:50 am 

    “Do Not Resist: new film shows how US police have become an occupying army”. We have some issues but please spare me the drama.

  26. Davy on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 4:54 am 

    “Poland Searches for Smolensk ‘Truth’ Seven Years After Jet Crash”
    http://tinyurl.com/m6tcz2m

    “The ruling Law & Justice party, led by the late president’s twin brother Jaroslaw Kaczynski, have ignored separate investigations by Polish and Russian authorities that found that pilot error was mainly to blame. Party members including Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz have declared the crash was probably an “assassination.” Last week, prosecutors in Warsaw charged Russian air-traffic controllers of “intentionally causing an air-travel disaster,” the first accusation of deliberate action against the Polish president’s jet.”

  27. Cloggie on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 5:03 am 

    I am sorry for you Cloggie that you have no place to go for peak oil or climate. You better hope you are right because you have a population density far too high and a land level far too low.

    Why should I want to go?

    I live at +17 meter and the Netherlands is the 2nd agricultural exporter in the world after the US, despite this population density. No food shortages to be expected any time soon. Besides sea-level rise at a pace of 8 cm in 30 years is not going to hurt the Netherlands any time soon (1 meter rise is acceptable with the current dikes).

    Amsterdam can use a good bath anyway.lol

  28. Theedrich on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 5:11 am 

    Missiles for peace. Fornicating for virginity. No one knows the true source of the Idlib “gas attack” on “beautiful little babies.”  Let us disregard the possibility that it might have been due to a jihadist munitions dump which included lethal gas stored — unbeknownst to Assad — amidst civilians and which was bombed by government air forces.  Blaming the Syrian government or, even better, the Russians, is great psyops.  The DC lords can claim to have God on their side, just as in the American Civil War or when carpet-bombing German civilians in WW II.  Forget about the fact that the real reason for the Syrian war is to block Iran, as has long been demanded by Is-It-Real and Araby.

    But this is no longer 1865 or 1945.  Nukes are everywhere, and not even McMaster can prevent their use.  Throneroom mouthpiece Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, the new National Security Adviser, is making belligerent statements that satisfy warmongers everywhere in Congress and the yellow-journalism media.  The U.S. is apparently preparing various special forces to “decapitate” the North Korean government.  Good luck with that.  It is beginning to look like Trump is willing to sacrifice several million South Koreans around Seoul in order to show how tough he is and to rise in the opinion polls.

    Once that happens, all bets will be off.  The Chinese may enter the fray.  Not to mention that the aftermath will not be good for the American economy.  Given that the U.S. is also increasing its forces inside Syria (never mind Yemen), there will be precious little money left for “making American great again.”  The only probable alternative left will be martial law.  Then the fun can really begin.

  29. makati1 on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 5:29 am 

    “World history shows that every multicult, multi-ethnic society sooner or later turns into a dictatorship and police-state, necessary to keep the “melting-pot” of competing ethnicities (pressure-cooker really) from exploding.”

    I have to agree with you this time Cloggie. There is no way that the lid can be kept on the many many different ethnics, religions, colors, income levels, education levels and sexual ‘differences’ in America except the iron boot of a police state/dictatorship.

    I prefer a country where one religion covers 85% of the people. Most are Filipino or Filipino/Chinese with very long ancestry and deep ties to the country. All speak one language, English. No “push 1 for…” choices on the phone. Most are bilingual. Little immigration. Very little illegal immigration. You cannot even visit here unless you have a ticket out of the country in hand. There is a 400 mile wide ‘border wall’ called ocean. And on and on. I will soon be ‘hunkering down’ 100 miles from Manila. I cannot wait.

  30. makati1 on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 5:38 am 

    Cloggie, Davy has a very narrow view of anyplace but his ‘exceptional’ country. He is blind to the advantages of other places. It is a waste of time to point that out to him as the brainwashing is too deep and is constantly reinforced buy his masters. He writes long bloviating comments that seem to show that he sees the truth and then his next comment erases that perspective. If I am bored, I sometimes reply to those directed at me, sometimes not. But I will point out all of the U$ failures I think are important for Americans to accept and prepare for, if possible. And, I will defend my decision against any putdowns because I know what it is really like here and most do not. They only know what they are told to believe.

  31. r on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 6:56 am 

    Makati1, prefering horribly overcrowded Philippines with madman Duterte is not much wise choice.

  32. Cloggie on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 7:03 am 

    Cloggie, Davy has a very narrow view of anyplace but his ‘exceptional’ country. He is blind to the advantages of other places. It is a waste of time to point that out to him as the brainwashing is too deep and is constantly reinforced buy his masters. He writes long bloviating comments that seem to show that he sees the truth and then his next comment erases that perspective

    Makati, I have both you and Davy in high regard, although I have my regular “roll eyes” moments with both of you. I’m sure you both have them with me.lol

    It remains fascinating to get an intimate insight into how “cells from different geopolitical bodies” actually think, call me a cloggie spy.lol

    It is not necessary that other posters have identical views as mine in order for me to appreciate these views. Life is one long learning process and you learn especially a lot from forum posting. I regularly think about them when I am not sitting behind the monitor.

    Thanks both to you and Davy for sharing these views over more than five long years now.

  33. Davy on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 7:30 am 

    Makati, I thought I was on your stupid fake ignore list. Your are nothing but a braggart and drama queen. Your redundant anti-Americansim shows you have little depth to your intellect. You are now trap in a small apartment above 20MIL people telling others they are doomed. I think that is the epitome of cognitive dissonance and dumbass to boot.

  34. makati1 on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 7:53 am 

    r, speak for yourself. Living in the U$ is a stupid choice, if you have one. All you know about the Philippines is what you read in the propaganda ‘news’, most of which is bullshit. Duterte gave the U$ the finger and that was the best thing he could have done for his people. And he still enjoys a higher approval rating than any American Prez has had in decades.

  35. makati1 on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 7:58 am 

    Davy, give it up. You are only showing your ignorance and lack of real knowledge of the situation here. Pure bullshit. And it is obvious to all who bother to read them. If you think it bothers me, it only gives me reason to put you down as the ignorant American you are. Brainwashed up the kazoo. 1%er by birth and proud of it. Your 1%er family is helping to destroy America. Are you proud of that?

  36. Hello on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 8:09 am 

    mak, I’m always surprised at what great length you have to go to rationalize your move to a 3rd world place. Are you that bitter?

  37. joe on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 8:27 am 

    Trump is sending a fleet to be on stand by in case Nth Korea wants to send off a few fireworks on their independence day. Next the move on Syria is obvious, scare China and sour the milk enough to make Putin see sense, Asaad goes, but no de-Baathification like Iraq. Its obvious. Kurds get north Syria if they can keep Turkey out, after isis is gone, the Kurds better be ready.
    People seem to think the bombing raid will be so easy as the 100% failed and illegal bombing was. Lets not get into the morality issues either, Willy Pete is a chemical too. So do we see now. Make Putin do the math and make him see how bad he wants to defend the oil of Syria. Poor Arabs, you tried freedom in the Arab Spring and the US gave you Isis, Nusrah, Sisi, and migration and death, poor Arabs, why dont you see. Who is the true enemy? Why do you fight each other? For religion? For money? You do it for America, you do it for Germany and France.
    America used Assad in the extraordinary rendition programme.

    https://www.aclu.org/other/fact-sheet-extraordinary-rendition

    Untill he was the deep states enemy, he was their ally.

    They are only getting started.

    http://preview.tinyurl.com/pnac-forever

  38. Revi on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 8:35 am 

    Great article. Now that he’s tried out the bombing thing and found it to be popular I think we can expect more of it.

  39. r on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 8:47 am 

    Makati1: No, I don’t live in the US and horrible overcrowding of Philippines is not propaganda, but a pure statistical fact. And Duterte is definitely a psychopath that belongs to psychiatric ward regardless of giving the US the finger which is a right thing to do, of course.

  40. TheNationalist on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 9:40 am 

    Yes. But it will not stop Washingdum trying to install puppets like the goldman sachs golden child Macron in France.
    The moderate beheaders and the saudis cheered the wayward missiles the other day too.
    Some coherence from the lumpen country would be nice.

  41. TheNationalist on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 9:46 am 

    Makati it appears has chosen to live in the Phillipines with all its challenges, good on him. With all the flooding they both get ( and may get more of) you would think cloggie and Mak would have something in common. Seeing them fight constantly is like seeing the Russia/Usa fiasco in miniature.
    Come on peakers we can do better than this!!!!

  42. Apneaman on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 12:34 pm 

    Hair clog, stop pretending you know anything about AGW or peak oil let alone when it will bite. You’re a contrarian and nothing more. AGW is already biting plenty of folks – even killing them. It may not bite you, but that’s because there is not much remaining of your lifetime old man – any day. How do you know it was so called “multi cultures” that brought down past societies since, except for the current societies, all past societies have come and gone? Where are they? I guess Joseph Tainter should pull his book “The Collapse of Complex Societies” from all book store and library selves the world over and replace it with a single sheet of paper with your one sentence on it. Ooooo you are so insightful Nazi boy. What about you sub human Germans Nazi fucks? The more homogenised you became the closer to collapse they got. In the end there were nothing but a broken incompetent nation of inbred losers wandering around their rubble. Maybe if they sucked up to them Jew scientists instead of kicking them out things would have been different? They lost because they were/are inferior. Too much inbreeding and not enough new blood. It’s how evolution works. Look at you. You are prescribing the exact same fix for your social troubles as the Nazis – how did it work out for them?

    Mixed-race relationships are making us taller and smarter: Children born to genetically diverse parents are more intelligent than their ancestors

    Researchers analysed genetic information from more than 100 studies

    These included details of 350,000 people from urban and rural communities

    The team found that greater genetic diversity is linked to increased height

    It is also associated with better cognitive skills and higher education levels

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3146070/Mixed-race-relationships-making-taller-smarter-Children-born-genetically-diverse-parents-intelligent-ancestors.html

    Diverse parental genes lead to taller, smarter children, finds extensive study

    “The children of parents who are more distantly related tend to be taller and smarter than their peers, according to one of the largest studies to date into genetic diversity.

    The study suggests that height and intelligence may be increasing as a growing number of people are marrying people from more distant parts of the world.

    It looked at the genetic background and health of more than 350,000 individuals from around 100 communities across four continents.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2015/jul/02/diverse-parental-genes-lead-to-taller-smarter-children-says-extensive-study

    Take comfort hair clog in knowing the white man will not be going extinct alone. Looks like the progressives are going to be the ones to get their wish. In the end all humans will be equal. Equally extinct. Hang in there just a few more years clog-snot and you will know without a doubt that the endtimes are here for the puny humans. Many already agree with me or have a strong suspicion I may be right, but it’s not the kind of thing folks like to admit aloud.

  43. Apneaman on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 12:38 pm 

    A Syrian Pyramid Scheme?

    “Why is official America so outraged? “No child of God deserves to die like this,” says Trump of the latest victims, explaining why he unleashed a retaliatory air raid. What is the qualitative difference, please, between the children who died at Khan Sheikhun and the 300 civilians, many of them children, who died in fire and falling concrete in the American bombing of Mosul, Iraq, this week. Did those children deserve to die like that?”

    http://www.dailyimpact.net/2017/04/07/a-syrian-pyramid-scheme/

  44. Apneaman on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 12:53 pm 

    AGW – “we don’t make wildfires we make wildfires worse”

    Florida is a hot spot for wildfires

    http://www.abcactionnews.com/news/florida-is-hot-spot-for-wildfires

    Massive 8,000-acre wildfire threatens to shut down Alligator Alley

    http://wfla.com/2017/04/09/massive-8000-acre-wildfire-threatens-to-shut-down-alligator-alley/

  45. Apneaman on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 2:27 pm 

    Mass bleaching hits Great Barrier Reef for second year in a row

    “But this year’s bleaching is occurring during a so-called “normal” year without such an event.

    “The water is just too damn hot,” says Terry Hughes, the leader of the survey, who fears that climate change is creating a new norm that corals are unable to endure.”

    https://www.newscientist.com/article/2127170-mass-bleaching-hits-great-barrier-reef-for-second-year-in-a-row/

  46. Apneaman on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 2:29 pm 

    The Anthropocene equation

    “Abstract
    The dominant external forces influencing the rate of change of the Earth System have been astronomical and geophysical during the planet’s 4.5-billion-year existence. In the last six decades, anthropogenic forcings have driven exceptionally rapid rates of change in the Earth System. This new regime can be represented by an ‘Anthropocene equation’, where other forcings tend to zero, and the rate of change under human influence can be estimated. Reducing the risk of leaving the glacial–interglacial limit cycle of the late Quaternary for an uncertain future will require, in the first instance, the rate of change of the Earth System to become approximately zero.”

    http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2053019616688022

  47. Cloggie on Mon, 10th Apr 2017 2:39 pm 

    Post Syria strike, meet the president:

    https://twitter.com/HenryMakow/status/851501216802766850/photo/1

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