Herding Humans For Profit

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Herding Humans For Profit

By: Peter Chamberlin

Basically, the Pentagon and the CIA are working in tandem to force targeted nations like India and Pakistan to accept the decision which has been made to “outsource” the terror war to them and other patsy nations like them.  Agency contract hits like the Mumbai attack and bombings in FATA are blamed on “al Qaida” by the government-controlled media in the West and in the media controlled by the “patsy” foreign governments.  Biased, hate-based reporting serves to drive patriotic fervor to a frenzied state.  The duplicitous leaders in those countries then carry-out America’s will, to set them upon a path to war, in effect, driving their own people into a “kill trap” where unwanted war is forced upon them. This pattern prevails all over the earth, wherever the US has imperial designs.  We are all being herded into a global war trap, some call it world war III.

American mini-dictator generals and crime bosses knew that their global war plans would require massive numbers of committed killers, a goal that a volunteer force could not fulfill.  A conscripted army of unwilling, underpaid, over-committed soldiers, who might follow orders to commit genocide, would be unsatisfactory for the task, especially when the focus of the killing turns to their own homelands.  No, the committed killers who have volunteered to be underpaid and overworked in order to gain the right to kill were too few in number, so they had to be supplemented. This is the reason that the US has created massive armies and navies of high-paying “civilian” contract killers (mercenaries).

But even the combination of federal troops and private armies is not great enough to fulfill the mission of global conquest.  This is where the plan incorporates co-opted foreign armies, like those of India and Pakistan.  Where NATO has failed to serve as a second American force, to command at will, these co-opted foreign armies under indirect US control are meant to fill the gap.

The CIA is using all the tricks of its dark and bloody trade to harness these foreign forces.

It continues to carry-out the trademark of its craft, the creation and arming of local warlords, criminal gangs and militias, to commit the acts of terrorism that will justify the government crackdown and drive the local population to support it.  In the conflict building between India and Pakistan, American patsies on both sides are driving the two nations to serve America’s violent interests in the region, that of containing both China and India, eliminating the “Islamic bombs” held by Pakistan, seizing pipeline routes and setting the stage for the next phase of the war plan, countering Russia and Iran.

American foreign aid and military assistance are twin traps for erasing national sovereignty and entrenching US interests within the aid-receiving governments.  Targeted governments, like India and Pakistan are made so dependent upon the inflow of US dollars that they see the cut-off of that aid as an existential threat to their existence, equal to or surpassing the threat of war.  What these leaders (who have all grown wealthy from skimming these dollars) either fail to realize or to consider at the cost of losing that wealth, is that the aid itself represents the greatest threat that their nations have ever faced.  Their leaders, just like our leaders, whom they emulate, represent only themselves, as they continue to hoard the lifeblood of our nations.

American leaders and all the foreign leaders who work with them represent the greatest evil that this world has ever known.  They are carrying-out and cooperating with the bloodiest, most devious plan ever devised by human minds, to grab all the wealth from all nations, regardless of the cost in human and animal life.  Hitler and Stalin were mere “pikers,” compared to our neocon/Zionist overlords.  No previous tyrant or would-be dictator ever came as close to snuffing-out human freedom and individualism as these “Neo-American” dreamers have positioned themselves to do.

Collective human nature has never been so ready to surrender all rights for the privilege of working, eating or obtaining health care as it now stands prepared to do.  Desperation remains the key to the warlords’ success.  The more desperation spreads, and the more desperate that people become to obtain the most basic of human needs, the more easily they will volunteer to become killers and to forsake all those insignificant things like human rights and morality that all of us resisters consider sacred.

What’s at stake, besides the massive loss of life, is the massive reversal of all the gains and inroads made by human rights advocates throughout history and the complete elimination of the concepts of freedom and inalienable rights professed by America’s founding fathers, for the sake of preserving the profit margins of today’s robber barons.

peter.chamberlin@yahoo.com

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4 thoughts on “Herding Humans For Profit

  1. Your article came close to the mark. Three points:

    1. It is best if we don’t confuse the cabal of corporatists that has taken over America by clever coup with America, the country. Being nationless is part of the killer’s strategy of using nationalism against the general populations. If we keep thinking in terms of national borders, they’ll win. It’s all of us in the general public regardless of nationality that must unite to defeat the plans of the fascists now controlling the U.S. government and media.

    2. I don’t believe the media is controlled by the government, but that the media and government are controlled by the fascists. Without us, the people, regaining control of the media, we have lost this fight.

    3. Nothing scares the fascists more than unions. In this case, we’ll need one big union.

    Yours,
    Scott

  2. It is difficult to imagine how things might improve. The entire world is collapsing into repeating crises of all sorts. Your article confirms that we are rapidly approaching some form of critical mass. And we are ruled by idiots God help us!

    Matt

  3. peter;
    Many of us “see” the continuing drama unfolding, as you do, as it must have been since ancient times,
    perhaps even before Christ and Buddha walked this earth. it’s not only not news, it is a mistake to give it our energy and focus. To resist what is, is to deny reality. we can do that but at our peril.
    We, those of us who are able, are busy learning to live in such a society as you chronicle,
    cultivating the qualities of compassion, loving kindness and simplicity of living. War is never an answer, and hate begets hatred. All the hate rage, fear and greed never leads to peace. and peace cannot be found but can be cultivated from within.
    We try to live sustainably and in harmony with the natural surroundings. We raise food in our own gardens.
    We help our neighbors, we raise our kids, and we are grateful for what we have. we define ourselves, and do not allow the sociopaths and psychopaths to define us. It is simple:
    we co-create our reality, with other “humane beings”, while the sick ones do what they do in unconsciousness’.
    The clique is: we can curse the darkness or light the lamp, and that truly is a choice.
    I encourage you to consider this. because this day is precious, and it will never be back.
    if you miss it, lost in the prison of your thoughts, you can’t have it to do over again, its gone.

    steve

  4. Thank you and congratulations for an excellent, excellent article. The US (and other countries, notably Israel) are masters at shaping events and then innocently making it seem that people in other countries are acting on their own. Hugo Chavez refused to play that game, expelled US military personnel and the US ambassador, and brought in a Russian tanker to patrol the Caribbean. Rafael Correa also expelled the US ambassador and closed down the US military installation in Ecuador. Now they are proudly on the State Department shitlist. The US worked assiduosly to get Colombia and Venezuela to declare war on each other, and Chavez immediately came with “Uribe (whom he hates) is my dear friend”. He would have none of it. Theres a saying in Spanish, “cuando tu vas yo ya vengo” When you start to go I have already been there and on my way back. In this connection the 21st Century has seen a systematic breaking down of elected governments in favor of elections manipulated by the State Department, as can be seen in the following;
    Many analysts believe the Orange Revolution was built on a pattern first developed in the ousting of Slobodan Miloševic in Serbia, and continuing with the Rose Revolution in Georgia. Each of these victories, though apparently spontaneous, was the result of extensive CIA-financed grassroots campaigning and coalition-building among the opposition. Each included election victories followed up by public demonstrations, after attempts by the incumbent to hold onto power through electoral fraud.Each of these social movements included extensive work by student activists. The most famous of these was Otpor, the youth movement that helped bring in Vojislav Koštunica in Serbia. In Georgia the movement was called Kmara. In Ukraine the movement has worked under the succinct slogan Pora (“It’s Time”). Chair of Georgian Parliamentary Committee on Defense and Security Givi Targamadze, former member of the Georgian Liberty Institute, as well as some members of Kmara, were consulted by Ukrainian opposition leaders on techniques of nonviolent struggle.Activists in each of these movements were funded and trained in tactics of political organization and nonviolent resistance by a coalition of Western pollsters and professional consultants funded by a range of Western government and non-government agencies. According to The Guardian, these include the U.S. State Department and USAID along with the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, the International Republican Institute, the NGO Freedom House and George Soros’s Open Society Institute. The National Endowment for Democracy, a foundation supported by the U.S. government, has supported non-governmentademocracy-building efforts in Ukraine since 1988.13 Writings on nonviolent struggle by Gene Sharp formed the strategic basis of the student campaigns.On the other hand, Russia’s involvement in the election was more direct and heavily on the side of Prime Minister Yanukovych. The extent of this involvement is still contested but some facts are indisputable such as multiple meetings between Russian president Vladimir Putin, Kuchma and Yanukovych before andduring the elections. Putin repeatedly congratulated Yanukovych while the results were still contested, which was soon to embarrass both parties. Yanukovych received a much more preferential treatment in Russian state-controlled media, and was surrounded by Russian consultants known to be close to the Kremlin throughout the election cycle. Most observers agree that the Yanukovych campaign received significant contribution from Russian state-controlled businesses. Other allegations, still disputed and unproven, include Russian involvement in Yushchenko’s poisoning several weeks before the election, as well as the alleged presence of Russian security forces14 sent to help Yanukovych to ascend to the presidency.
    METHODS OF NON- VIOLENT ACTION USED BY THE CIA A– NON VIOLENT PROTEST AND PROPAGANDA– THE MEDIA AVALANCHE.- publishing anti-government propaganda in news papers, magazines, interviews, televison while blacking out any opposite views. Formal statements – Communications with a wider audience. – Group representations. – Symbolic public acts. – Pressures on individuals – Drama and music. – Processions. – Honoring the dead. – Public assemblies. – Proliferation of colors, symbols, insignias. B–SOCIAL NON COOPERATION –. Ostracism of persons. .- Noncooperation with social events, customs, and institutions. –. Withdrawal from the social system.C–ECONOMIC NON COOPERATION. ECONOMIC BOYCOTT – Actions by consumers – Action by workers and producers. –. Action by middlemen. –. Action by owners and management. –. Action by holders of financial resources. –. Action by governments. D — ECONOMIC NONCOOPERATION: THE STRIKE –. Symbolic strikes. –.Agricultural strikes. –. Strikes by special groups. –. Ordinary industrial strikes. –. Restricted strikes –. Multiple industry strikes. –. Combination of strikes and economic closures.E — POLITICAL NON COOPERATION –. Rejection of authority –. Citizens noncooperation with government. –. Citizens alternatives to obedience. –. Action by government personnel. –. Domestic government action. –. International government action.F — NON VIOLENT INTERVENTION –. Psychological intervention.–. Physical intervention. –. Social intervention. –. Economic intervention. –. Political intervention.

    Guajolotl

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