Samtidigt som en bil börjar brinna i New York, och påstås vara ett terrorförsök av någon som fått utbildning på sådant i Pakistan, kommer de vanliga rapporterna om drönar-attacker i Afghanistan och Pakistan – US Drone Attacks Kill 24 in Pakistan – Sedan augusti 2008 har nästan 1000 personer, många av dem civila, dödats i sådana attacker! Incidenten på Times Square kan mycket väl ha arrangerats av krafter från USA som är måna om att hålla terroristrädslan levande. Men även om den inte var det är det konstigt att det inte förekommer fler attacker från de som utsätts för västs brutala härjningar på olika ställen!
Scott Creighton – Everything Would be Just Fine if Not for Those Damn Poor People
Reports show that the poor people are ruining America and certain White House sources, who cannot be named because they haven’t been given the authority to speak about this matter even though they did speak about this matter to this reporter, claim that the poor are actually al Qaeda fighters cleverly planted in this country generations ago as “Sleeper Workers” with the intention to use them to undermine our freedoms by eating all the fast food in America. It was also stated that they hate us for our freedom and our large penises.
A spokesperson for the Secretary of State has told this reporter, off the record, that the poor in this country are just biding their time now that they have destroyed the economy and framed the bankers, the congress, and the military industrial complex. “The poor of America have been working in collusion with the Taliban in North Waziristan and other countries to be named at a later date once those countries decide they don’t want to “play ball”” she said “… to undermine the confidence all of the good, moral, and well endowed rich people have in our economic system”
Siv O’Neall – The Different Face of the Third World War
Make no mistake. The third World War is right here. Now. It has been here for longer than you would believe.
The world is at war. Unrelenting, genocidal war. Another war that is a racket, but with a different face and a different racket. A war that kills millions, as is usually the case. There are two sides to this war, but it is not the East against the West. It’s not even the South against the North. It is not a geographical war. It’s a class war. It is the Poor against the Rich on all five continents. And right now the Rich are winning.
The reasons for this unending war (and possibly the solution to it) is the major equation we have to solve in order to understand the world we live in. It is not the United States alone that is in this war. It is not a war of one country against another country. It is the multinational corporations that are sucking up the entire wealth of the world, leaving the crumbs to the people so that they can survive as the slaves of the powerful leaders.
The center of gravity has changed in this new world of robots and money makers. Washington is no more the unilateral leader. The U.S. government has turned into a group of yes-sayers to the Big Corporations that are spread all over the planet. The world economy is in free fall, but you are soon about to see the top Money Men come out of the squeeze with all their billions intact, if not multiplied.
Subsistence farmers are being bankrupted by huge industrial farms every day. In Africa, the family farms that provided for the basic needs of the family and possibly left some produce over to sell at the local market are being killed by the requirements by IMF and the World Bank, the two major contributors to worldwide poverty.
However, what is the real future going to be like? What the present rulers don’t take into account is people’s never-ending fight for their own freedom. For self-rule. For their dignity.
People are rising up all over the world. They don’t want to be globalized, to become numbers in a world of increasing profit for the wealthy only.
Is it finally becoming obvious that globalization the way Milton Friedman and the Chicago School boys saw it – shock and awe, conquer and buy – is just not going to work?4 The world economy is in a meltdown and the dominoes are falling in Europe after the upcoming bailout of Greece. The effects are spreading to the far corners of the world. More and more countries were already turning their backs on the U.S. – Turkey, Russia, China, Iran, Syria, Lebanon and others have no use for the former Empire any more. And the Middle East is burning.
Was it maybe an illusion that the planet could be made into one huge corporation with the U.S. as its CEO?
Are the people in all parts of the world going to follow the example of the Greeks and put all business to a standstill unless they are given their rights? Is a people’s revolution finally about to take the stage away from the usurpers?