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Trump’s Unholy War by Chuck Baldwin
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Jan 14, 2020 15:39:50   #
Lt. Rob Polans ret.
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
Part II from above:

We’ve been waging war in Iraq and Afghanistan for almost twenty years—with no end in sight and nothing to show for it, except thousands of American deaths, trillions of American dollars wasted and hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi and Afghani deaths.

And now Donald Trump is leading America into yet another Middle Eastern war. For what? To enrich the military industrial complex and the politicians they bankroll? To enrich the oil companies? To save Benjamin Netanyahu’s job and keep him out of jail? To spoil the peace efforts between Iran and Saudi Arabia? To assist Israel’s Naziesque expansionism? To save Trump’s 2020 election? To distract the American people from Trump’s impeachment trial? To cover up the tyrannical effort to disarm the people of Virginia? For what?

We can soon expect a false flag attack that can be blamed on Iran to justify Trump’s bloodlust. Are our memories really that dulled?

America has absolutely NO BUSINESS being in the Middle East whatsoever. WE are the aggressor. WE are in violation of God’s Natural Law. WE are in violation of International Law. WE are the ones fomenting dissension and war in the region. WE are the ones killing untold numbers of innocent people who have never harmed, never tried to harm or never even thought about harming the United States.

Is this what all you folks voted for when you voted for Donald Trump? Will you now continue to praise and support him as he leads us into another unconstitutional war? Will you send your sons and daughters to fight Trump’s War—Trump’s unholy war? Will you continue to call him “God’s man” and “the chosen one” when you go to church?

Will you say “amen” when the con man, thief, convicted felon and overall moral reprobate, televangelist Jim Bakker, hypocritically pontificates, “Trump is a test whether you’re even saved. Only saved people can love Trump”? What rubbish!

Trump is a test, alright, but NOT in the way Bakker thinks.

Quoting Jason Charles again:

Trump-supporting Christian Zionists have come out in force defending the actions of the president and voicing their support for any and all war the U.S. and Israel directs us into. You simply cannot defend Trump at this point without looking compromised yourself. He is a moral reprobate, liar, and the active party in the murder of a foreign head of state.

Christians Zionists are . . . completely without discernment or principle and absent of any Christian charity and efforts toward peace. Christians are under a blindness and delusion that can only be attributed to the judgement of God on this country. They worship a wicked man and deserve every bit of the judgement of Heaven we will undoubtedly continue to receive.

Mr. Charles is absolutely right. Christian Zionists are truly under a supernatural delusion—about Donald Trump and the Rothschild State of Israel.

When you look at the cause of divine judgment on America, look FIRST at the house of God. (I Peter 4:17)

If America’s Christians continue to follow the Pied Pipers of Christian Zionism in blind support of the murderous psychopaths Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu, I fear that the judgment of Heaven upon this country will be recorded as one of the greatest national catastrophes in the annals of human history.

P.S. I strongly urge readers to order the phenomenal book by Christopher Bollyn entitled The War On Terror.

From the book’s back cover:

Behind the War on Terror is a strategic plan crafted decades in advance to redraw the map of the Middle East. 9/11 was a false-flag operation blamed on Muslims in order to start the military operations for that strategic plan. Recognizing the origin of the plan is crucial to understanding the deception that has changed our world.

By going to war with Iran, Trump is proving that he is just another bought-and-paid-for neocon warmonger—a puppet for the CFR, Zionist Israel and the military industrial complex. This is NOT a spontaneous event. This is a cold, calculated strategy that has been taking place since before 9/11/2001. Trump is “the chosen one” alright; he has been chosen by the globalists to finish what G.W. Bush started—not that it will EVER be finished. But they intend to clear the way for the Zionists to realize their long-anticipated Greater Israel Project.

GET THIS BOOK: The War On Terror by Christopher Bollyn.
With Permission from Chuck Baldwin to share with everyone.
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Fake news. I don't know if I told you I'm beginning to distrust Rand Paul. I hate or have hated the government until President Trump came in. He's different, unlike the Bushes, Clintons or any before him. No, I won't write his praises, that isn't me. Although he did help in 9/11 which is much more than I can say for Bush.

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Jan 14, 2020 16:34:22   #
Tug484
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
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I’ll be posting plenty of Topics on all the epic failures of this Trump sham going forward... hard hitting facts.


Ok

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Jan 14, 2020 16:41:37   #
Mr. Rogers
 
https://www.thesun.co.uk › news › iranian-kids-chant-death-to-america-puppet

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Jan 14, 2020 16:45:02   #
Mr. Rogers
 
https://www.thesun.co.uk › news › iranian-kids-chant-death-to-america-puppet

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Jan 14, 2020 16:53:39   #
Mr. Rogers
 
https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Death_to_America

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Jan 14, 2020 17:05:23   #
Blade_Runner Loc: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
The US has no business being in the ME...

That's not a socialist talking point.. That's just reality..
What the hell are you talking about? Damn near every country on the planet has business in the ME.

Iran, among others, has made good on its threats against America and Israel. Sounds like serious business to me.

Over the years, the United States has built a formidable intelligence network in the ME - CIA field offices and agents, military intelligence assets, indigenous operatives (Muslims), and cooperation with foreign intelligence agencies. These dedicated people have been keeping their fingers on the pulse of affairs in the ME. They are keeping president Trump, the DOD, and military commanders well informed about what's going on over there.

If the United States pulls our military forces out of the ME, particularly Iraq and Syria, and brings the troops home - all of them, air, land and sea - then our intelligence networks in the region will be seriously hamstrung. Intelligence stations will shut down, field agents will be pulled out or sent to embassies for whatever protections they might provide, indigenous operatives will be cut loose and on their own, and we will be blind, we won't have a clue what's going on over there.

Iranian Islamists have been chanting "Death to America" and killing Americans for four decades, seems prudent to keep a close eye on those bastards and to maintain a military presence capable of smoking them immediately if they finally decide to walk the walk.

In 2003, a 25 year veteran CIA case officer wrote a book called "See No Evil". He operated in every middle eastern shithole imaginable. He wrote the book to document how the Clinton administration did exactly what I just described. Clinton despised the idea of exposing CIA agents and their operatives to constant danger, he and his advisors felt that technological surveillance such as satellite imagery and electronic intercepts with analyses by the map reading brainiacs at Langley was far superior to boots on the ground. When this happened, actionable intelligence dwindled to a drip. CIA stations were closed, agents withdrawn, operatives cut loose - some to pay the price. He describes how the CIA steadily degenerated from a potent human-intelligence resource that often saved or spared lives, to a people-shy, satellite-obsessed, and politically oriented branch of a centralized government.

He discussed the extent to which the Iranian Revolutionary Guard has been involved in anti-American terrorist activity, most publicly in the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing, but also in a far more diverse range of terrorist operations.

From The Preface
This book is a memoir of one foot soldier’s career in the other cold war, the one against terrorist networks. It’s a story about places most Americans will never travel to, about people many Americans would prefer to think we don’t need to do business with.

This memoir, I hope, will show the reader how spying is supposed to work, where the CIA lost its way, and how we can bring it back again. But I hope this book will accomplish one more purpose as well: I hope it will show why I am angry about what happened to the CIA. And I want to show why every American and everyone who cares about the preservation of this country should be angry and alarmed, too.

The CIA was systematically destroyed by political correctness, by petty Beltway wars, by careerism, and much more. At a time when terrorist threats were compounding globally, the agency that should have been monitoring them was being scrubbed clean instead. Americans were making too much money to bother. Life was good. The White House and the National Security Council became cathedrals of commerce where the interests of big business outweighed the interests of protecting American citizens at home and abroad. Defanged and dispirited, the CIA went along for the ride. And then on September 11, 2001, the reckoning for such vast carelessness was presented for all the world to see.

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Jan 14, 2020 17:07:51   #
JFlorio Loc: Seminole Florida
 
Blade_Runner wrote:
What the hell are you talking about? Damn near every country on the planet has business in the ME.

Iran, among others, has made good on its threats against America and Israel. Sounds like serious business to me.

Over the years, the United States has built a formidable intelligence network in the ME - CIA field offices and agents, military intelligence assets, indigenous operatives (Muslims), and cooperation with foreign intelligence agencies. These dedicated people have been keeping their fingers on the pulse of affairs in the ME. They are keeping president Trump, the DOD, and military commanders well informed about what's going on over there.

If the United States pulls our military forces out of the ME, particularly Iraq and Syria, and brings the troops home - all of them, air, land and sea - then our intelligence networks in the region will be seriously hamstrung. Intelligence stations will shut down, field agents will be pulled out or sent to embassies for whatever protections they might provide, indigenous operatives will be cut loose and on their own, and we will be blind, we won't have a clue what's going on over there.

Iranian Islamists have been chanting "Death to America" and killing Americans for four decades, seems prudent to keep a close eye on those bastards and to maintain a military presence capable of smoking them immediately if they finally decide to walk the walk.

In 2003, a 25 year veteran CIA case officer wrote a book called "See No Evil". He operated in every middle eastern shithole imaginable. He wrote the book to document how the Clinton administration did exactly what I just described. Clinton despised the idea of exposing CIA agents and their operatives to constant danger, he and his advisors felt that technological surveillance such as satellite imagery and electronic intercepts with analyses by the map reading brainiacs at Langley was far superior to boots on the ground. When this happened, actionable intelligence dwindled to a drip. CIA stations were closed, agents withdrawn, operatives cut loose - some to pay the price. He describes how the CIA steadily degenerated from a potent human-intelligence resource that often saved or spared lives, to a people-shy, satellite-obsessed, and politically oriented branch of a centralized government.

He discussed the extent to which the Iranian Revolutionary Guard has been involved in anti-American terrorist activity, most publicly in the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing, but also in a far more diverse range of terrorist operations.

From The Preface
This book is a memoir of one foot soldier’s career in the other cold war, the one against terrorist networks. It’s a story about places most Americans will never travel to, about people many Americans would prefer to think we don’t need to do business with.

This memoir, I hope, will show the reader how spying is supposed to work, where the CIA lost its way, and how we can bring it back again. But I hope this book will accomplish one more purpose as well: I hope it will show why I am angry about what happened to the CIA. And I want to show why every American and everyone who cares about the preservation of this country should be angry and alarmed, too.

The CIA was systematically destroyed by political correctness, by petty Beltway wars, by careerism, and much more. At a time when terrorist threats were compounding globally, the agency that should have been monitoring them was being scrubbed clean instead. Americans were making too much money to bother. Life was good. The White House and the National Security Council became cathedrals of commerce where the interests of big business outweighed the interests of protecting American citizens at home and abroad. Defanged and dispirited, the CIA went along for the ride. And then on September 11, 2001, the reckoning for such vast carelessness was presented for all the world to see.
What the hell are you talking about? Damn near eve... (show quote)


Do people really think if we leave everywhere the world becomes a safer place? I don't like police actions but saying our very presence, often when we are invited in is the problem is very ignorant to me.

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Jan 14, 2020 17:17:58   #
Blade_Runner Loc: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
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I’m proud of that and all the balls to use it, unlike most people you meet.

All those eyes watching here and off line that have my data know they can go back years and see my predictions, warning, and messages about today.

Pick a subject and lets dance, my archives are like no one else’s.
Prior to your sabbatical from OPP, you babbled on and on about how you and your far right extremist militia was committed to taking out federal agents, just wondering if you walked the walk while you were gone. Do you have a body count you can share?

I can imagine why your archives are like no one else's.

Basically, sici, you are one hell of a furnace for blowing hot air.

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Jan 14, 2020 20:08:26   #
Sicilianthing
 
Lt. Rob Polans ret. wrote:
Fake news. I don't know if I told you I'm beginning to distrust Rand Paul. I hate or have hated the government until President Trump came in. He's different, unlike the Bushes, Clintons or any before him. No, I won't write his praises, that isn't me. Although he did help in 9/11 which is much more than I can say for Bush.


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There’s a lot more going on than what you’re saying here Lt.
Ok so what about Rand, maybe he’s compromised to in a way idk... we’re all trying to dig for more.

What I can point out daily are the facts past and present and you can measure the ongoing damage by Trump’s inactions thus far.

I’m trying to get you Boomers to really start reading the data like in this article... read the whole damn thing then do your own research...

Facts are facts not fake news... c’mon seriously ? Do the math.

Nothing has changed and you’re being misled again like you have your whole life here...

Time to really wake up.

Trump is working for them, has been all along... more proof on this coming as I continue to Post new Topics that show you the data that doesn’t lie.

Trump only has to do 3 things to begin showing us patriots that he’s really who he says.

More later.

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Jan 15, 2020 02:08:54   #
Hug
 
Nothing wrong with a great nut. Makes for interesting conversation around the coffee table.

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Jan 15, 2020 11:54:48   #
Sicilianthing
 
Hug wrote:
Nothing wrong with a great nut. Makes for interesting conversation around the coffee table.


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Come back when you’ve thoroughly read and researched all the facts.

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Jan 15, 2020 12:06:55   #
Hug
 
Sicilianthing wrote:
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Come back when you’ve thoroughly read and researched all the facts.


I am not about to research facts when all I need to do is use some common sense. Fact is, if information comes from a Democrat, it is a lie.

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Jan 15, 2020 12:08:36   #
Sicilianthing
 
Hug wrote:
I am not about to research facts when all I need to do is use some common sense. Fact is, if information comes from a Democrat, it is a lie.


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Yep normally I would agree with you but not in this case, do the work and you’ll figure it out.

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Jan 17, 2020 21:14:33   #
Dwight Logan
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Sici is a great nut

Very civil and brotherly...


My fear is that Pelosi and her minions would support their puppet masters orders from Iran and have the Iatoloa of Iran run for vice president with the Democratic presidential nominee.

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Jan 17, 2020 22:08:27   #
Sicilianthing
 
Dwight Logan wrote:
My fear is that Pelosi and her minions would support their puppet masters orders from Iran and have the Iatoloa of Iran run for vice president with the Democratic presidential nominee.


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The biggest threat you face here are the Muslim Scumbags who are running for offices unconstitutionally



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