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If you don't like Muslims then you can't like the MIC either

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 Cinnamon    15,961

I see people all for the Military Industrial Complex and at the same time railing against the Muslim invasion of countries.  It's not an "invasion" it's a traitorous scheme concocted by those who are in our own halls of government and other governments.  Who here does not realize that these terrorist groups are funded by the very people who start all these wars?  More war equals more excuses to bring in Muslims.  (Along with a hundred other side effect that benefit the war mongers!) More people saying the U.S. and other westernized nations should take more of them in because they need help.  They need help because everyone is bombing them into oblivion.  What a complete circle jerk. 

Until you start being anti-war, you'd might as well STOP being anti-Muslim because those two go hand in hand.  And the ones who are causing this rely on your patriotism to keep up that agenda. And they take your kind heart and twist it into backing them by keeping you ignorant and making you stupid with their rhetoric. 

We went into Syria because "Assad used chemical weapons against his own people".  Same old story how many times? 

Whatever Assad did or did NOT do, remains to be PROVEN and no one can. Whatever Assad did or did not do, was none of our business.  Our business is dollar hegemony.  And any country that threatens that is going to be a target. Especially the ones who do not have a Rothschild Central Banking system. And who happen to have a lot of resources. When have you seen a country attacked that wasn't oil rich? 

Put your energy into stopping these wars.  The U.S. has been in war after war since 2001. That's 16 years!  Trillions spent, millions killed, millions displaced. 

What kind of world could we have had if those last 16 years had not happened this way?  If there was no war?  

Everyone knows terrorism is a TACTIC.  You can't go to war with a tactic.  But they have. And they continue to do it, again and again. 

You and I continue to lose every war they start.  

They are winning, our own government is warring not only against the ME, they are warring against you and me.  They are going to win even more, because the MIC budget just keeps on going higher.  

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 JayDee    662

I also see people who are for the Muslim invasion but against the MIC lol. And down the rabbit hole we fall when we consider the infiltration of academia, MSM, pop "occulture", mind control, and their vast influence...we're screwed. 

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 apache54    3,075
23 minutes ago, JayDee said:

I also see people who are for the Muslim invasion but against the MIC lol. And down the rabbit hole we fall when we consider the infiltration of academia, MSM, pop "occulture", mind control, and their vast influence...we're screwed. 

Glad to see others who know the truth!!

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 Cinnamon    15,961
2 minutes ago, apache54 said:

Glad to see others who know the truth!!

You know what, looking at what I posted and at what @JayDee posted, I think we've got the game figured out pretty well at this point. 

The right wants to fund the MIC and that keeps the refugees coming even thought they don't want them, the left wants them here and really don't know why they want them here, they're just trained by everyone JayDee mentioned to want that. So we're all working against ourselves and we're ALL allowing the MIC to control us. Or maybe I'm late to this party. It just feels like I had a break through. lol 

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 Cinnamon    15,961
2 minutes ago, BubbitoBurrito said:

Eisenhower warned us about the MIC a very very long time ago...

 

This is one of the first vids I watched when I started looking into CT. Good one! 

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 apache54    3,075
45 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

You know what, looking at what I posted and at what @JayDee posted, I think we've got the game figured out pretty well at this point. 

The right wants to fund the MIC and that keeps the refugees coming even thought they don't want them, the left wants them here and really don't know why they want them here, they're just trained by everyone JayDee mentioned to want that. So we're all working against ourselves and we're ALL allowing the MIC to control us. Or maybe I'm late to this party. It just feels like I had a break through. lol 

:goodpost:====:iagree:=== I think we have hit the jackpot!!!

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2 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

I see people all for the Military Industrial Complex and at the same time railing against the Muslim invasion of countries.  It's not an "invasion" it's a traitorous scheme concocted by those who are in our own halls of government and other governments.  Who here does not realize that these terrorist groups are funded by the very people who start all these wars?  More war equals more excuses to bring in Muslims.  (Along with a hundred other side effect that benefit the war mongers!) More people saying the U.S. and other westernized nations should take more of them in because they need help.  They need help because everyone is bombing them into oblivion.  What a complete circle jerk. 

Until you start being anti-war, you'd might as well STOP being anti-Muslim because those two go hand in hand.  And the ones who are causing this rely on your patriotism to keep up that agenda. And they take your kind heart and twist it into backing them by keeping you ignorant and making you stupid with their rhetoric. 

We went into Syria because "Assad used chemical weapons against his own people".  Same old story how many times? 

Whatever Assad did or did NOT do, remains to be PROVEN and no one can. Whatever Assad did or did not do, was none of our business.  Our business is dollar hegemony.  And any country that threatens that is going to be a target. Especially the ones who do not have a Rothschild Central Banking system. And who happen to have a lot of resources. When have you seen a country attacked that wasn't oil rich? 

Put your energy into stopping these wars.  The U.S. has been in war after war since 2001. That's 16 years!  Trillions spent, millions killed, millions displaced. 

What kind of world could we have had if those last 16 years had not happened this way?  If there was no war?  

Everyone knows terrorism is a TACTIC.  You can't go to war with a tactic.  But they have. And they continue to do it, again and again. 

You and I continue to lose every war they start.  

They are winning, our own government is warring not only against the ME, they are warring against you and me.  They are going to win even more, because the MIC budget just keeps on going higher.  

Except it hasn't been 16 years of war it has been hundreds

War of 1812 (1812-1815) British interference with American trade, impressment of American seamen, and “war hawks“ in Congress calling for western expansion into British territory led to war. At the war's conclusion, trade issues remained unresolved, but Britain gave up some of its territorial claims on the continent.

Mexican War (1846-1848) The U.S. annexation of Texas, and its stated desire to acquire California and other Mexican territory, precipitated this war. Mexico was forced to give up two-fifths of its territory. This land eventually became the states of California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah.

Civil War (1861-1865) Economic and political rivalry between an agrarian South and an industrial North grew into a civil war fought over slavery and states' rights. Eleven states seceded from the Union to form the Confederate States of America. The Union victory led to the reunification of the country and ended slavery.

Indian Wars (colonial era to 1890) U.S. expansionism led to numerous military conflicts with the indigenous inhabitants of North America, forcing them to give up their land. The massacre at Wounded Knee, S.D., in 1890 is generally considered the last of these conflicts.

Spanish American War (1898) The U.S. supported Cuba's desire for independence from Spanish rule, and seized the opportunity to expand U.S. powers in other parts of the world. At the end of the brief conflict, Cuba gained its independence, and the U.S. gained several former Spanish territories: Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines.

World War I (1914-1918) Rivalries over power, territory, and wealth led to the “Great War.“ In 1917, the U.S. joined the Allies (Britain, France, Russia, Italy, and Japan), who were at war with the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Turkey), after German submarines began sinking unarmed ships.

World War II (1939-1945) The Axis powers-Germany, Italy, and Japan-attempted to dominate the world. The Allies (U.S., Britain, France, USSR, and others) fought to stop them. The United States entered the war in 1941, after Japanâs attack on Pearl Harbor. Germany surrendered in 1945, and Japan surrendered later that same year, after the U.S. dropped the atomic bomb on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Korean War (1950-1953) Communist North Korea, supported by China, invaded non-communist South Korea. UN forces, principally made up of U.S. troops, fought successfully to protect South Korea. The Korean War was the first armed conflict in the global struggle between democracy and communism, called the cold war.

Bay of Pigs (1961) The U.S. orchestrated the invasion, an unsuccessful attempt by Cuban exiles to overthrow Fidel Castro's communist regime in Cuba.

Vietnam War (1961-1973) In 1955, communist North Vietnam invaded non-communist South Vietnam in an attempt to unify the country and impose communist rule. The United States joined the war on the side of South Vietnam in 1961, but withdrew combat troops in 1973. In 1975 North Vietnam succeeded in taking control of South Vietnam.

Dominican Republic (1965) President Lyndon Johnson sent marines and troops to quash a leftist uprising in the Dominican Republic, fearing the island nation would follow in the footsteps of Cuba and turn communist.

Lebanon (1982-1984) U.S. troops formed part of a multinational peacekeeping force to help the fragile Lebanese government maintain power.

Grenada (1983) President Reagan invaded the Caribbean nation of Grenada to overthrow its socialist government, which had close ties with Cuba.

Panama (1989) President George H.W. Bush invaded Panama and overthrew Panamanian dictator and drug-smuggler Manuel Noriega.

Gulf War (1991) Iraq invaded Kuwait, and a U.S.-led multinational force came to Kuwait's aid and expelled Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's forces.

Somalia (1993) A U.S.-led multinational force attempted to restore order to war-torn Somalia so that food could be delivered and distributed within the famine-stricken country.

Bosnia (1994-1995) During the Bosnian civil war, which began shortly after the country declared independence in 1992, the U.S. launched air strikes on Bosnia to prevent “ethnic cleansing,“ primarily by Serbs against Bosnians. The U.S. became a part of NATO's peacekeeping force in the region.

Kosovo (1999) Yugoslavia's province of Kosovo erupted into violence in the spring of 1999. A U.S.-led NATO force intervened with air strikes after Slobodan Milosevic's Serbian forces uprooted the population and embarked on the ethnic cleansing of Kosovo's ethnic Albanian population.

Global War on Terror (2001- ) In the immediate aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, President George Bush launched the Global War on Terrorism-which has become the longest period of continuous war in U.S. history. The United Kingdom, several NATO countries, and other nations have participated to eliminate al-Qada and other militants groups.

Afghanistan (2001-2014) The Taliban government harbored Osama bin Laden and the al-Qaeda terrorist group, responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. After Afghanistan refused to turn over Bin Laden, the U.S. and UN coalition forces invaded. The Taliban government was ousted and many terrorist camps in Afghanistan were destroyed. U.S. and NATO troops remain in Afghanistan to support its fragile new government.

Iraq War (2003-2010) The U.S. and Great Britain invaded and toppled the government of dictator Saddam Hussein. Troops remain in Iraq to combat the insurgency that formed after Hussein's defeat.

War Against the Islamic State (ISIS) (2014—) The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), also called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), has terrorized large swaths of Iraq and Syria in its drive to establish an Islamic state in the Middle East ruled by strict shariah law. The militant group is made up of fundamentalist Sunni Muslims and foreign jihadists. In September 2014, President Barack Obama authorized airstrikes against ISIS in Syria. He was clear that he does not plan to deploy ground troops in the fight against ISIS.

Peace through perpetual warfare.

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 sybdragon    934

 

 

Unfortunately war is sometimes necessary. When it comes to your defense, it is always a good thing. And sometimes, you want to take it to them. War is complicated. It's not as easy as being for or against war. I am actually against all war. But I also am a realist and know that is a dreamer's stance. As long as man has been around, man has been at war with someone else. I sometimes, think it's man's nature to war. It seems like it is anyway. Why can't people trade for what they want? Because it's easier to take it? War....  I have been against every war the USA has been in since I was born. I was against the Vietnam war, Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, All of them so far. None of those places came to me. When they come to me, I will defend my space. But I see no reason to go into other's space and war with them first. Just don't see it.... Never did. :coffeetime:

 

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Essentially we have been at war for hundreds of years this species is warlike that's how we advance like it or not everything we do is war it us all we know every advancement we achieve is in the attempt to kill more efficiently no wonder why the " aliens " keep our species confined. 

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 Redlistvet    511
3 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

Everyone knows terrorism is a TACTIC.  You can't go to war with a tactic.  But they have. And they continue to do it, again and again. 

 

Oh you can go to war and fight against a tactic, very easily in fact.

Its just that very few people are willing to go down that path.  At this current time with society? No it wont happen.

 However, i can see people ( in and after a shtf situation with the entire country being involved) changing their tune really quick and going on an ethnic cleansing purge.  It will get ugly.

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9 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

This is one of the first vids I watched when I started looking into CT. Good one! 

I need to confer with some elders but... I wonder how many folk from that period of time thought ole Dwight might have been sipping from a spirited bottle when he offered this insight? The gentleman was absolutely right.

Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It :nodl:

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