Liberty Forged

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Iran and the future in the middle east.

Posted by Jesse on January 15, 2008

Fatwa: Declaration of War against the Americans Occupying the Land of the Two Holy Places.
“The people of Islam awakened and realised that they are the main target for the aggression of the Zionist-Crusaders alliance. All false claims and propaganda about “Human Rights” were hammered down and exposed by the massacres that took place against the Muslims in every part of the world.

The latest and the greatest of these aggressions, incurred by the Muslims since the death of the Prophet (ALLAH’S BLESSING AND SALUTATIONS ON HIM) is the occupation of the land of the two Holy Places -the foundation of the house of Islam, the place of the revelation, the source of the message and the place of the noble Ka’ba, the Qiblah of all Muslims- by the armies of the American Crusaders and their allies. “

Justin Raimondo points out the obvious. But its not so obvious to the general public because the powers that be keep skating around the truth and miseling them into situations they did not initially buy into.
If they were told the truths from the beginning…. Truths about agendas and such, what would the American people think, ask for, and demand. It’s much easier to get what one wants and string people along with limited choices than it is to give them the power to make the choice themselves from the onset.

[exceprt from:Surging Toward Iran: The surge is buying time – for what?]
“In answer to questions from the senators, Petraeus gave away the show when he bluntly stated, “We cannot win Iraq solely in Iraq.” Oh no, we have to conquer most of the rest of the Middle East, including Iran, Syria, and who-knows-where-else before we can even begin to talk about winning in Iraq.

I have emphasized, in this space, that nothing short of complete and immediate withdrawal from Iraq is going to avert a regional war in the Middle East, because that’s exactly what’s on the administration’s agenda. That’s what Bush and Petraeus are buying time for – what Norman Podhoretz calls “World War IV.”

The Hundred-Year War: McCain wants us in Iraq permanently
“The worst aspect of all this is that once the process of what might be called “imperialization” – for lack of a better word – is allowed to proceed unchecked and unchallenged, it builds political and social momentum until it is practically unstoppable. Calls for increasing the huge pool of resources available to the empire-builders become more frequent and more irresistible, and the transition from republic to empire is made all but inevitable as large sections of the population become economically dependent on military-related industries whose profitability rests on the defense of America’s overseas protectorates.

“…..A hundred-year occupation of Iraq: John McCain wants to know “What’s wrong with that?” God willing, the American people will tell him.”

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