Friday, July 13, 2012
Drone strikes as a hint of the Devil's ultimate agenda; Obama hiding incident that threatens cover story
While researching the death of Anwar al-Awlaki's son, Abdulrahman, it occurred to me that, in drone strikes in general, the condition of the remains of those killed might have been intended as a hint of the 8th Sphere agenda (described here), which is the highest-level agenda of the forces of evil, and which George Orwell, in 1984, called "obliteration of the self." In fact, I suspect that drone strikes are preferred partly precisely because they obliterate the bodies of at least some of the victims, allowing the government to always claim that at least one of the victims was a high-value target.
As of this writing, it appears to me that the death of Abdulrahman al-Awlaki was a genuine screw up (they claimed to have successfully targeted a key member of al Qaeda, but this has been discredited), because it has allowed us to identify the victims, instead of allowing our secret government to declare them to have been faceless "militants," and it now threatens the essence of the drone-terror cover story, including the notion that Obama exercises oversight and imposes a high moral standard on them. For that, Tom Junod, author of The Lethal Presidency of Barack Obama, deserves some credit, but it unfortunately still leaves open the possibility that Obama has good intentions.
Posted by nonastronaut at 9:46 AM