Here is an interesting take on the Ebola Epidemic. It’s always good advice to follow the money…
Archive for October 2014
It is said that history is written by the winners, a sentiment I agree with. However, the version of history we are presented with shows protagonists that are visible on the global stage when the real causes of war, the real protagonists are behind the scenes. For example, we all accept that the American Civil War was primarily about eliminating slavery in the South. Libraries are full of books and hundreds of movies and documentaries have been produced that reinforce this “truth”. Yet Abraham Lincoln had this to say in his inaugural speech just one month (March 4, 1861) before the beginning of the Civil War on April 12, 1861:
“ I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the states where it now exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so.”
Today it is hard for us to believe this is where Lincoln stood on the matter, since history tells us something very different. How could this be? Well, it is very simple. The bankers who caused the war have written themselves out of history, just as they always do and have done. The Rothschilds and their cohorts are nowhere to be seen in history, yet they run the world. And until humanity begins to understand this, we will remain enslaved to and by them.
Recently I provided a link to a video discussing the power and influence of the Rothschilds in the world. This video is a cut-down (25 minute) version of a longer video (3 ½ hours) that I have just revisited, and I consider this longer video essential viewing for anyone who has any interest in understanding how our world works. There is at least one layer behind this, but grasping this layer will be enough for most people to begin to see how the context for their lives is created.
Most of us live our lives completely absorbed by and within the content of our lives (working to generate enough money, family, friends, television, sport, etc.), and until we begin to examine the context of our lives and who creates it, we remain like enslaved robots.
Invest 3 ½ hours and begin to understand the true history of our world. It is only then that you will begin to understand why wars have occurred and why we currently have the Ebola outbreak, ISIL, the Ukraine conflict and historically such events as WWI, WWII and the Cold War.
It is only then that you will begin to understand why I say that the political parties in every country are just marionettes for “Joe Public” to argue over. They have no more reality than your local football team, but the game is carefully stage-managed to have us think otherwise. Invest the time to watch this or you are destined to remain inside the bubble you have been placed in and that you take to be so true and real – that is, if you are willing to see your perception of reality threatened, which in my experience, most people are not. Unconsciously they fear that their lives will fall apart and they will fall into some invisible abyss; that they will have nowhere to stand. You won’t, and perhaps you might just begin to look for what is actually real.
In this snippet of a longer speech, Joe Biden tells us a new coalition (read a New World Order) is needed to fight the new combined world threats of Ebola, ISIL and the Ukraine crisis. In doing so, he crystallises why the United States created each of these in the first place on behalf of those who run the game behind the game. For me, it is the most powerful collection of “threats” we have seen for some time.
“Each one in its own way is symptomatic of the fundamental changes that are taking place in the world,” he continued. “The international order that we painstakingly built after World War II and defended over the past several decades is literally fraying at the seams right now.”
Watch this space. Expect events and circumstances to worsen so that people are begging for a solution on a global scale.
Michael Leunig has been a wonderful Australian cartoonist for many years. When I still read newspapers, I used to seek out his Saturday cartoon in Melbourne’s Age. In this image, he beautifully illustrates what I have been writing about as ISIL is used to pave the way for the draconian removal of privacy rights and freedom of speech.