Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The Devil's advocate-network pushes "Armageddon"

April 20, 2010 (LPAC)—The British are waging a full-scale propaganda offensive on behalf of an Israeli breakaway ally attack on Iran, sometime soon. While the U.S. military continues to sound warnings against an Israeli or American military strike on Iran's so-called nuclear weapons program, the Rupert Murdoch media apparatus is on an all-out drive to create the conditions for just such strikes.
In the face of this all-out British war propaganda offensive, reminiscent of exactly the kind of yellow journalism that preceded the U.S. and U.K. invasion of Iraq, JCS Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen, over the weekend, spoke at Columbia University and voiced opposition to a near-term attack on Iran, warning that the two things that would totally destabilize the region would be an Iranian nuclear bomb and a military attack against Iran. Mullen warned against "unintended consequences" of such an attack, but Lyndon LaRouche responded by asking, "Why unintended? They are intended...."

How appropriate that one of Fox News' sister-publications is leading the charge for what would undoubtedly be considered by Fundies to be a fulfillment of "Apocalyptic" prophecy, a.k.a. Ahriman's artificial "Apocalpse." "Fox," after all, converts to 6-6-6, (f>6, o>15>6, x>24>6), a designation for Satan's inspiration, the Devil. They'd be in for a shock if they have to live through the "fulfillment," which would go only as far as destroying civilization and mankind, with no Rapture, no physical return and physical kingdom of Christ, no Extreme Makeover Earth Edition and no triumphant return to a Heaven on Earth. These beliefs are based on the biggest disinformation campaign in history, and there is no shame in admitting that you don't really believe it. Thank God that Adm. Mullen is apparently not out to "fulfill prophecy." Maybe there's some hope left for our government after all.