Sunday, November 1, 2009

Oversimplified "war on terror"

In my previous entries which highlighted the notion of waging war on mankind in guise of a war on terrorism, I confess I oversimplified the situation. In fact, it is so complex that it is impossible to describe generally, other than to say that it is actually part of Satan's war on mankind. I just wanted to use a couple of recent terrorist attacks to show how our perception of the "war on terror" is being manipulated, and that both "sides" are controlled by the same puppet masters and sometimes work together to keep the game going. You might point to battles in Afghanistan in which fighters on both sides die, but do we really know the affiliation of those who fought and died? All we know is what the media tell us. Pat Tillman is an excellent example - a Special Ops soldier at odds with the "Michael Aquino" faction within Special Ops. If not for the intense scrutiny his murder received, his death probably would have been portrayed as a result of enemy fire. We really know very little about what's happening halfway around the world.

Nor can it be said that the "war on terror" is accomplishing nothing beneficial. Not even Satan can prevent something good from happening as a byproduct of an evil intent. However, there are better ways to achieve those benefits.