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Progressive Combatant in the Deep State’s Peak Oil War?

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lewrockwell |  And for those naive enough to question this basic assessment of the state’s interests in Syria, ask yourself: if the US and its owned media clique slavishly calls Assad a butcher and promoted chaos in his country for purely humanitarian reasons, why aren’t they doing the same in countries like Equatorial Guinea, Rwanda, and Chad? Those countries are ruled by brutal dictators too. Yet your vacuous media guardians, those valiant watchdogs of the truth, do not tell you every day how much of a butcher they are or how we should overthrow their regimes.
The answer is clear: the financial interests that own these media puppets do not prioritize those nations’ resources, strategic locations, or financial structures. So you don’t hear every night how they’re run by butchers. Instead, you see a congresswoman like Gabbard castigated and demonized for daring to question their lying interventionist narrative.
Is that too cynical to consider? Why not hang around your local city commission for a while and see how much power jockeying, clique politics, lying and back-stabbing goes on to decide who will get the contract to build a new 2 million dollar road.
And you think humans, given access to the greatest monopoly of military leverage in the US government, will magically just act in pure humanitarian interest when trillions of dollars are at stake?
I’ve got a bridge to sell you in Aleppo.
Gabbard has criticized Assad’s role in the conflict. But she has also been vocal in denouncing the US’s one party policy of arming terrorists in Syria. She even introduced a bill in Congress to stop arming terrorists. Our government aided and weaponized ISIS and Al-Qaeda terrorists, the same group that attacked us on 9-11, for the pathetic, pitiful lust for power and money available in Syrian regime change.
Yet today, you’ll see headlines like these plastered all over the hegemonic leftist media: POLITICO: Gabbard won’t disclose who’s paying for secret trip to Syria
DAILY BEAST: Tulsi Gabbard’s Fascist Escorts to Syria The Democratic congresswoman used affiliates of a violent, anti-Semitic political party to take tea with Assad.
DAILY KOS: Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has turned into a stooge for Syria’s dictator. Who will primary her?
Remember, these are the same outlets who slavishly lined up to dine with the pro-Syrian coup Clinton campaign, as Wikileaks revealed. These are the same outlets who allowed their key reporters to submit their pre-published content for approval by Clinton operatives.
These reporters are of the same state-religious clique that threatened Tulsi Gabbard’s career when she refused to bow the knee to Hillary Clinton in the primary. They want power. They love the state denomination of establishment leftism which allows them to use Syrian migrants’ fleeing desperation as a photo-op to bludgeon their rival state sect embodied in Trump.
The leftist media outlets incessantly questioning Gabbard’s call for peace and an end to US-backed terrorism in Syria don’t care if our intervention has destroyed cities and murdered and raped thousands. They only care about the social status points they get in social circles where being seen outraged at airport arrival lines is more important than stopping mass murder for profit and power.

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20 Comments on "Progressive Combatant in the Deep State’s Peak Oil War?"

  1. onlooker on Fri, 17th Feb 2017 11:59 am 

    Nice piece on the incessant hypocrisy that emanates from the West. While other countries and regimes are far from angels, being an American and witnessing this duplicity , I totally understand the vehemence against the West by other parts of the world and even on this site

  2. Anonymous on Fri, 17th Feb 2017 8:18 pm 

    And this is how the amero-zonisst empire wages war w/o waging war these days. It hires proxies to do the heavy lifting attacking uncooperative foreign governments (whether they need toppling or not, mostly not).

    On the home front, bought and paid for media here in the ‘free-world(tm)’ spin endless yarns of amerikan humanitarianism. Anyone questioning this false, and endless barrage of amerikan exceptionalism fear-n-policy and its discussing its true nature, is immediately attacked and vilified themselves and are all but declared de-facto collaborators or sympathizers of [insert targeted leader herer].

    While this is going on, actual uS military farces openly aid and abett their proxis on the ground, providing them all the support they need to continue their ‘work’. Military adventurism un-impeded on the ground, (except by Russia), and a compliant media ready to pounce and discredit any dissenters.

    Its a pretty air-tight system in amerika where most of the inmates of the amerikan empire accept w/e their exceptional media and ruling regime tell is true(tm). Its almost impossible to offer up even the most muted criticism in such a system. You can see it working daily against president hair-club for me. Even in here in Canada, the media routinely vilified and amplifies every little thing trump, President Putin, or President Assad etc does. The ‘free-press’ in Canada takes its orders and obtains its false narratives from the same source has the Jew York Time, washpo, BBC etc, get theirs from.

    So don’t feel bad like its just an ‘amerikan thing’. Its not. We get force-fed the same steady diet of bias and dis-information here as well. You will never see any media figure in Canada EVER question the constant Russia\Syria bashing going on. They are in nearly perfect harmony with all the major uS propaganda outlets as well.

  3. makati1 on Fri, 17th Feb 2017 9:29 pm 

    Anon, When I say America, I usually mean NORTH America in total. Canada is the U$’ adoring brother and Mexico it’s poor cousin. Build ‘the wall’ at the southern end of Mexico. It will be shorter and cheaper. Let the ~500 million people in between that and the North Pole go crazy together. It’s fun watching the circus from the outside. lol

  4. Cloggie on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 4:59 am 

    Anonymouse calls a spade a spade even more than you do makati, no doubts as a result of the enlightening influence of the Louis Farakhan giant, even (prudently) respected by the likes of Alex Jones (and me):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zUYLGNt38U

    But Anonymouse has to seriously clean up the his brains when he still makes (correct) statements like this…

    Even in here in Canada, the media routinely vilified and amplifies every little thing trump, President Putin, or President Assad etc does.

    …but in parallel still maintains that “Trump is fake” and a representative of the deep state and US oligarch class.

    In reality Trump-Bannon are in a life-and-death struggle with the deep state and AngloZionist empire.

  5. joe on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 8:21 am 

    Don’t beat yourselves up guys. This happens to empires. Americans are great people, but empires behave horribly. They cant see beyond their will. Americans benefit from empire so they ignore the activites of their government. How many jihadists illegally entered the US, make tons of cash and backstab America online or slag it off every chance they get? They are all over CNN right now crying out like bitches in case Trump finds them. Empires fall, there are no exceptions, America needs to start defining its post imperial identity or it will break up. I mean when the debt reaches 40trln or 100trln will we still use the dollar? Who knows.

  6. Cloggie on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 8:51 am 

    There never really was a “peak oil war”; every single war in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Ukraine, Yemen had one goal in common: adding these countries to the US global empire via overthrowing the local governments via funding of the opposition…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dexrP27MMdU

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojcoKnTGf4s

    …next by installing a local satrap…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QxZ8t3V_bk
    (Nuland saying that Yats, not Klitsch should be in the Ukrainian government + F* the EU)

    … to be kept in the saddle via US/western arms sales.

  7. GregT on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 10:59 am 

    Why the war in Iraq was fought for Big Oil

    “Yes, the Iraq War was a war for oil, and it was a war with winners: Big Oil.

    Before the 2003 invasion, Iraq’s domestic oil industry was fully nationalized and closed to Western oil companies. A decade of war later, it is largely privatized and utterly dominated by foreign firms. From ExxonMobil and Chevron to BP and Shell, the West’s largest oil companies have set up shop in Iraq. So have a slew of American oil service companies, including Halliburton, the Texas-based firm Dick Cheney ran before becoming George W. Bush’s running mate in 2000.

    The war is the one and only reason for this long sought and newly acquired access.”

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/19/opinion/iraq-war-oil-juhasz/

  8. GregT on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 11:16 am 

    “In reality Trump-Bannon are in a life-and-death struggle with the deep state and AngloZionist empire.”

    Until such time that Trump takes out the central banking cartels, the AngloZionist deep state will continue to maintain control.

    The life and death struggle is between the right, and left wing extremist oligarchs. Both are completely beholden to the central banks.

  9. Cloggie on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 11:33 am 

    The life and death struggle is between the right, and left wing extremist oligarchs. Both are completely beholden to the central banks.

    Give me an example of a “US right wing extremist oligarch”.

    What is a “US right wing extremist oligarch” anyway.

    Never heard of a white nationalist oligarch (“right-wing oligarch extremist”), they don’t exist.

    They re all globalist (=communist=leftist).

  10. GregT on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 12:40 pm 

    Give me an example of a “US right wing extremist oligarch”.

    Donald J Trump.

  11. Cloggie on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 12:54 pm 

    He is indeed the only anti-globalist candidate you (and I) can come up with.

    The rest is globalist = left-wing extremist = libtard = turning the US in a third world country. Whooptido, how smart is that.

  12. Cloggie on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 5:22 pm 

    Canada=Australia. Talking about the deep state, here a video of the Canadian and Australian PM’s holding exactly the same speech in 2003.

    Anglo politicians: empty suits reading a text written by uncle Schmull.

    And then “right-wing extremist” Trump, the first Anglo politician in a long time with a spine came along and targeted the globalists head-on.

  13. Cloggie on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 5:23 pm 

    Forgot the link to the video:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYfDTsjwE58

  14. Cloggie on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 9:32 pm 

    I got my asshole stretched out last night by a train of big black cock. They all spoke French but with an Algerian accent. I even did ass to mouth and cleaned up those dirty black cocks. My boyfriend watched. It was hot. Holland is great if you’re into interracial gang bangs.

  15. Anonymous on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 9:35 pm 

    Trump is *no* ‘anti-globalist’ candidate, whatever that is supposed to mean.

    He is an ‘outsider’, that is true enough. That does not make him a de-facto cloggo-certified anti-globalist crusader(tm) either. The deep dark state doesnt mind outsiders with money (aka trump), but they do mind when one of them tries to take positions normally reserved for those on the ‘inside’.

    The only reason you keep pimping him cloggo, is you hope he will make another anti-climate change comment one of these days. Other than that, trump has nothing to offer you clogged arteries. He hasn’t made one of those in a while has he?, you must be disappointed. Speaking of disapointed, president hair-piece hasnt done sweet bugger all to slay the globalist demons that you claim he is so(supposedly)focused on destroying.

  16. Cloggie on Sat, 18th Feb 2017 11:58 pm 

    I see that the convicted child rapist from Vancouver now begins to hijack my “account”.

  17. Cloggie on Sun, 19th Feb 2017 3:53 am 

    Trump is *no* ‘anti-globalist’ candidate, whatever that is supposed to mean.

    You admit that you have no clue what globalism is, but you are sure that Trump is a globalist anyway. Well, let dr. Schweitzer explain it to you then.

    Globalism is the drive to erase all borders and nations from the face of this earth and mix all populations. The entire world one huge state, nominally ruled by the UN, but I don’t have to explain to you who will really govern behind the scenes.

    But since Trump clearly wants to reinforce the border, you can easily conclude that he is no globalist. It’s not rocket science.

    The deep dark state doesnt mind outsiders with money (aka trump), but they do mind when one of them tries to take positions normally reserved for those on the ‘inside’.

    Obama was a total “outsider”, a complete nobody, recruited from the slums of Chicago. So yes, you are right, the presidential candidates can be outsiders. But the point you miss is that these candidates (Obama, Bush, Clinton, etc.) are “certified”. They won’t be allowed to run and lavishly funded, unless tptb are certain that the candidate won’t oppose their agenda and that is to systematically add countries who are not yet meek vassals to the US empire. Capiche?

    And all of a sudden this Trump outsider comes along, bringing his own money, giving the finger to the Republican Jewish Convention (“I don’t need your money”) and manages to hijack the US political system.

    [part 1]

  18. Cloggie on Sun, 19th Feb 2017 3:54 am 

    The only reason you keep pimping him clog, is you hope he will make another anti-climate change comment one of these days. Other than that, trump has nothing to offer you clog

    I don’t expect you to understand much, so I’ll explain it to you. What I love about Trump is that he blows up the US political system, that he will blow up the US and that he blows up the West with it. The world has more than enough of the terrorist called Washington.

    In the end Trump will bite the dust, just like Gorbatchev did and the old guard will attempt to return, only to find out that the world has changed for ever.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Soviet_coup_d'%C3%A9tat_attempt

    If you want to know what the folks from the heartland really think, you only have to watch this…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBOTk00eMT4&t=760s
    (3:40-12:40)

    …and know what is going to happen to the US: broken in pieces, much to the relief of the rest of the world, because a certain minority has no longer the means to use the US-in-one-piece as a weapon against the rest of the world.

    Gorbachev never wanted to break up the USSR. Trump likely doesn’t want to break up the US either. But the logic of the situation will dictate that exactly that is going to happen.

    Hope this will you to better understand the situation.

    [part 2]

  19. Cloggie on Sun, 19th Feb 2017 4:19 am 

    Let the ~500 million people in between that and the North Pole go crazy together. It’s fun watching the circus from the outside. lol

    This week there was a clip on the news about the Grammy Awards:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxBERcE5yl8

    This is about the only place where globalism works: put a bunch of tattooed, pink haired, pierced, with 6+ income figure degenerates from all corners of the globe together and they’ll make a show alright without shooting each other. Obviously not without a thinly veiled sneer at Trump.

    But on the street level it doesn’t work.

  20. Cloggie on Sun, 19th Feb 2017 5:25 am 

    Meanwhile high-level contacts between the Russians and Americans continue, Flynn or no Flynn:

    http://theduran.com/first-sign-of-thaw-top-us-russian-military-chiefs-meet-in-baku/

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