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The Libyan Message

March 21, 2011
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To all of our amazement, intrigue and sorrow, the world events of the last two weeks have been less than welcome.  Japan has suffered an incredible earthquake, shortly followed by a tsunami that has wiped out entire cities and possibly the populations that lived within them.  If that wasn’t bad enough, the nuclear plant in Fukushima Prefecture has had major catastrophic meltdown that is still in progress today.  The nuclear disaster in Japan is not just one nuclear reactor, but four at one time.  There are six total reactors at the Fukushima plant, two of the six seem to be under control as I write this, but that could change as well.  What’s important, is that the four reactors that are damaged are 400 times more powerful than the one at Chernobyl.  This event is unprecedented, nothing like it has ever occurred in the history of our planet.  Knowing that, one would wonder if there are really any true experts as to the effects that will be incurred world wide.  But that’s not everything, just a couple days ago,  backed by the UN, the U.S. and several European allies have launched  military action against Libya.  This is where the chess game has begun!

The U.S. along with the British and French have launched an assault on the country of Libya to enact a UN sponsored no fly zone.  The events have been well documented by the media, and even a missile attack on Qadhafi’s compound have been accepted as nothing unusual.  The people that I associate with are totally against this military action, both left and right of the political spectrum have finally agreed on something.  However, there are those that support this action, even some of those on the left are in meltdown mode trying to defend Obama’s decision.  To my surprise, there are Democrats in D.C. that want Obama impeached.  In other words, the world has gone crazy as we face crisis after crisis.

What does this military action actually mean?  It could be many things with many consequences.  I’ll take a stab at trying to identify what the real reasons for this military action, but let me be clear, it has nothing to do with humanitarian reasons, that is just the excuse.   If it were for humanitarian reasons, why then not engage in the Ivory Coast, Yemen, Syria, Bahrain or Saudi Arabia?  Because of our military action in Libya, the media is now saying to brace for terrorist acts here on U.S. soil.  So just how are Libyan terrorists supposed to get here, walk?  What we’re seeing here is a chess game, and the American people are the ones that will ultimately lose.

The stage has been set for numerous things to occur.  In the Middle East, there are numerous countries whose leaders are having difficulty staying in power.  These Royal Monarchs and dictators have worn their welcome out for the globalists.  The puppet governments must now be replaced with new governments who will agree more willingly with Globalists demands.  The actions in Libya is a message to some of these governments, namely, Saudi Arabia.  In early March, Saudi officials dispatched 10,000 armed security forces throughout Saudi Arabia ahead of the scheduled “Day of Rage”.  This show of force effectively ended the protests before they began.  Mark these words, someone in a powerful government position will use the Libya military action to warn nations against using deadly force against unarmed protestors.  Saudi protests will then reemerge, which will likely be the end of the Saudi Monarchy as we know them today.

While the MSM has been ordered to keep everyone’s attention away from the nuclear problems in Japan, their best story now is of impending terrorist attacks here at home.  They wish to attempt to scare the public into believing this as our own government gets more and more intrusive in our lives.  The people are tired of the “sky is falling” rhetoric by the government and the MSM.  The government’s ongoing intrusiveness has been under more and more scrutiny by the public, resulting in numerous law suits against the TSA and Homeland Security.  The answer to the growing scrutiny is to provide an event that will further their goals of more intrusiveness.  To do this, they use the MSM to warn of impending attacks, which most will blow off, and then suddenly an attack occurs.  This empowers the government to further their intrusive actions and make them more acceptable to the public.  Sadly, many could die or be seriously injured to further their desires.

Most of what I claim as a future happening is based on understanding the underlying reasons for government actions.  If one believes the actions in Libya are humanitarian, your are wholly nieve.  These actions are not only a message to countries like Saudi Arabia, they are a set up for furthering the intrusion in American lives, even if a planned terrorist attack fails  (like the underwear bomber, whom the State department acknowledged that they put him on the plane).  So get ready America, as we face crisis after crisis, it’s all planned to keep your minds away from the real problem.  One day you will awaken, and the dollar will be effectively worthless, and you will wonder how that happened.  The answers are out there right now, but you will be looking somewhere else.

Live Free!

I HAVE THE DAMN ATTITUDE

G!

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. charlie miles permalink
    March 21, 2011 9:32 pm

    i dont understand what these people in the middle east are always fighting about.and what are theytryingto accomplish i think there snorting to much sand. go figure osama bin laden he is a millionaire lives in a cave and bangs goats. but qudhafi should have been taken out years ago do you agree g man

    • gmanfortruth permalink*
      March 21, 2011 9:38 pm

      I agree that Qadhafi should have been gone decades ago. But the U.S. has no business using the military in that region, they are not a threat to us. But qadhafi is just a panw in a chess game, his being gone will just bring in another moron to cause problems.

  2. charlie miles permalink
    March 21, 2011 10:02 pm

    i agree their is no end to it . these people have been fighting since the dawn of time and no truce or piece of paper is going to stop it.in the end what is it that they want .our government seems to have no problem with muslims trying to jam their beliefs down our throats now they want to make it mandatory for students to take arabic asa language in our schools i went to the post office today to buy stamps and the new stamps are printed in arabic, i told them to shove it,i am a firm believer in freedom of religion but dont try to shove yours up my ass what say you?

    • gmanfortruth permalink*
      March 21, 2011 10:19 pm

      I agree, and that’s why I started this blog. The Liberal/Progressives always want to demand of everyone else. Screw them and their political correct bullshit. I am who I am, don’t try to force shit down my throat, I may force a bullet through your skull.

  3. nonameharry permalink
    March 23, 2011 11:54 am

    I don’t think this war is a liberal/conservative thing – its a corrupt Federal gov’t undertaking. Many Republicans, including Senator McCain have been very outspoken about sending military aid to Libya. I think the majority of the public (regardless of political ideology) are AGAINST all of the wars that we are currently engaged in with the Middle East. There has been a lot of bloodshed in the Middle East – but Western nations (including the USA) have also been consistently involved in war for awhile now.

    Our sudden attack on Libya probably has quite a bit to do with oil. Its no secret that, immediately following Saddam’s fall in Iraq, the ONLY Iraqi building being protected were those associated with the production of oil. The best method that WE THE PEOPLE can undertake right now is to start lessening our foreign dependence on oil. We don’t need the gov’t to do this for us – lets start by making informed purchases. (Believe it or not, most of the oil that comes into the USA is actually imported from Canada). That way, as a nation, we will have less foreign interest in the Middle East, and hopefully therefore, less military action.

    By the way, the Arabic language is exactly that – a language. It has no foundation in a religion. There are copies of the Koran that are translated, read and spoken in English – so does this mean that someone is trying to force their religion down your throat? Absolutely not, its just available for people who may not know Arabic but wish to discover what is contained in the Koran.

    • gmanfortruth permalink*
      March 23, 2011 12:55 pm

      Thanks for sharing you opinion. I hope you return to share more in the future.

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