Oh Captain, My Captain, the Warship “Boogle of Weasels”
Since the “attack” on the Saudi oil facilities some important details have been filled in, much like a paint-by-number oil. Certainly we have sufficient information to make reasonable guesses as to what really took place just over a week ago on the 14th of September.
Most wars begin through the use of false flag operations by the belligerents. World War I was an exception. It was more a comedy of errors between a number of different countries reacting to what they believed their enemies were doing. A series of interlocking mutual defense treaties dragged in countries based on perceived threats on mutual support. Stupidity largely on behalf of the Russians and French governments contributed to igniting a conflict resulting in the deaths of around 37 million people.
But by 1917 the parties had settled into pretty much a stalemate with politicians too stupid and cowardly to admit failure. The UK wanted to drag America into the war, however, most Americans were wisely against involvement in what was seen as a European conflict. Wall Street bankers lobbied President Wilson to enter the war in order to guarantee their massive profits.
The UK government loaded six million rifle rounds on the RMS Lusitania in May of 1915 and had the captain slow down and deliberately sail through waters south of Ireland known to be infested with German U-boats when she was promptly sunk. The Germans had taken out full-page ads in New York papers warning passengers and crew of the danger of sailing on what was clearly a military target.
Likewise the American entry into World War II was accomplished via a deliberate plot by the Roosevelt administration to lure Japan into attacking Pearl Harbor. It too was a false flag.
The birth of the CIA in 1947 began a series of “Forever Wars” where the intention was not to win a war but to create one imaginary enemy after another in order to feed the Congressional Military Industrial Complex with cash at the expense of blood of millions of innocents. The only valid reason for ever going to war is to achieve peace. Indeed, the most heartfelt emotions take place when peace is won not when it begins. At the end even the most ignorant understand the real cost.
The Gulf of Tonkin incident was a false flag. Johnson was running for President against Barry Goldwater in 1964. With incredible gall on his part, Johnson maintained that if Goldwater was elected, he would drag the US into an unwinnable war in the Far East. So Johnson did it for him by claiming North Vietnamese PT boats had attacked poor innocent US Navy destroyers just out for a Sunday sail. Johnson claimed Goldwater was the warmonger who wanted to go to war against the interests of the American people who did not want a war in Indochina when in fact the warmonger was Johnson.
The accurate number will never be tallied but the total number of deaths in the American Vietnam war between 1954 and 1975 was around 2.5 million. Since Americans don’t believe those living in South East Asia are actually people with rights, if you ask an American how many people died, you will be told 58,000. People with slanty eyes don’t count as real people.
The three charter members of the Boogle of Weasels have forgotten something I believe important. Russia and China have a vested interest in wanting to avoid a nuclear World War III regardless of who starts it. They don’t want to see the deaths of hundreds of millions of people.
They get to vote and eventually they may conclude that the only humane thing you can do with a mad dog or three is to put them down. And that’s easy for them to do.
Me? I don’t like war. I saw how stupid they get.
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