Worldwide despise of the United States an intentional pre-cursor for world government takeover
2005 12 03
By Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones | prisonplanet.com
There is a deliberate agenda at hand to
reflect an image of America to the world as a corrupt, evil, deceiving,
hypocritical and brutal power. The Bush administration is being played like
a fiddle and as each horror story scandal emerges, America sinks further
into the waiting jaws of its 'savior' - the dark stalker of global government.
America was once the model of world freedom.
Even as recently as the late 1980's, the United States was perceived as
a benchmark of how free societies should operate, this despite a slow erosion
of respect which began in the Vietnam era.
However, that was a drop in the ocean
compared to now. America is universally hated by the population of almost
every country on the planet.
Even in my homeland of Britain, America's
supposed biggest ally, hatred of all things American, including the American
people themselves, is at an all time high. The British hate Americans even
more than they do the French or the Germans. In many cases the scope of
the resentment is because individuals have difficulty separating the actions
of an incumbent government from the real history of a country and its people.
Ceaseless warmongering, a worldwide torture
policy and scandal after scandal have left America with a soiled global
America is the new evil empire, the new
Soviet Union. Playing the role of the good guys is the EU/UN global government
watchdog. This is the landscape of the manufactured multi-polar world. In
reality, both entities are working towards the establishment of a unipolar
world dictatorship and for that to happen, America has to be brought down
Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo Bay, the lies that
justified Iraq, indictments of high level Bush administration officials,
brazen war profiteering, and the fallen cartoon character image of George
W. Bush, all these issues were meant to come out and they were meant to
contribute to the world's decaying tolerance of America as a superpower.
The European Union/United Nations global
power bloc is waiting in the wings for when nationwide chaos engulfs America
and they have to send in their 'peacekeeping' troops to restore order. Far
from just being
the plot of X Box video games, Republican Congressman Ron Paul
recently warned of this outcome.
In a sense, every time we report on the
latest embarrassment to inflict America's geopolitical standing, we are
helping the Globalists further their ultimate end game. Should we be silent
on such issues? Obviously not. But we should go to great lengths to stress
that these events are designed to make America look bad and they are designed
to prop up the world government fake left-wing alternative of the EU and
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
Both Republicans and Democrats are reading
off a script. On the very same day people like Hillary
Clinton, Bill Clinton and Joe
Lieberman will come out in support of the war while Bush repeats
tiresome cliches of staying the course. This is meant to make Americans
turn away from the now obvious one party system and look to the international
stage for relief.
The fact that a President who has
to ask permission to use the bathroom and loses
a battle of wits with a door is supposedly in charge of the
biggest superpower on earth is again designed to make America look foolish
in comparison to the austere, enlightened and rational image of the global
The gigantic mess in Iraq fits in this
same picture. When American troops finally do pull out they will be replaced
by NATO forces. Even though, as is the case in Afghanistan, the turmoil
will continue just the same, the media will rarely report on it and so the
wider world will be hoodwinked into thinking that global government saved
the day and cleaned up another filthy American quagmire.
Smaller scale terror attacks, as debated
in the recent GOP
'terror memo,' occurring around the world and blamed on America's
occupation of Iraq, will have the impact of locking in the domestic police
state, while still giving the impression that the Bush administration is
incompetent and wayward in prosecuting a 'war on terror' that doesn't even
exist in the first place.
This whole unfolding scenario is only
going to become clearer as we hurtle towards 2006.
America is meant to lose the war in Iraq.
America is meant to lose the war on terror. America is meant to descend
into anarchy at home.
The end of the age of American superpower
status will be the entree for world government to step across the breach
in the name of 'securing the interests of the planet' and any notion of
national sovereignty will be cast aside and we will witness the birth of
a new world order.
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