Black People Politics : War and Terror: Washington’s Secret Agendas

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  1. crwn

    crwn Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    By Paul Craig Roberts
    September 29, 2014 - paulcraigroberts.org


    One might think that by now even Americans would have caught on to the constant stream of false alarms that Washington sounds in order to deceive the people into supporting its hidden agendas.

    The public fell for the lie that the Taliban in Afghanistan are terrorists allied with al Qaeda. Americans fought a war for 13 years that enriched Dick Cheney’s firm, Halliburton, and other private interests only to end in another Washington failure.

    The public fell for the lie that Saddam Hussein in Iraq had “weapons of mass destruction” that were a threat to America and that if the US did not invade Iraq Americans risked a “mushroom cloud going up over an American city.” With the rise of ISIS, this long war apparently is far from over. Billions of dollars more in profits will pour into the coffers of the US military security complex as Washington fights those who are redrawing the false Middle East boundaries created by the British and French after WW I when the British and French seized territories of the former Ottoman Empire. READ MORE
     
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    If spending half a billion dollars a year on bio-defense from 2004 to now doesn't beg the question "how does the US of A Inc. still have cases of poverty?", then someone could be a puppet and not know it.

    By the way, The British-American War and the British American War II (American Civil War) were still on-going within political infiltration until the murder of John Kennedy, well, most of the Kennedys for that matter.

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    My curiosity got the better of me and wanted to see who the UK Leader was during the plotted overthrow of Kennedy.

    Initially I thought it was Harold Macmillan, but he left in October of 1963

    Resignation

    The Profumo affair may have exacerbated Macmillan's ill-health. He was taken ill on the eve of the Conservative Party conference, and diagnosed incorrectly with inoperable prostate cancer. Consequently, he resigned on 18 October 1963. He felt privately that he was being hounded from office by a backbench minority:

    Some few will be content with the success they have had in the assassination of their leader and will not care very much who the successor is.... They are a band that in the end does not amount to more than 15 or 20 at the most.

    From Wikipedia.com:

    Macmillan felt that if the costs of holding onto a particular territory outweighed the benefits then it should be dispensed with. After securing a third term for the Conservatives in 1959 he appointed Iain Macleod as Colonial Secretary. Macleod greatly accelerated decolonisation and by the time he was moved to Conservative Party chairman and Leader of the Commons in 1961 he had made the decision to give independence to Nigeria, Tanganyika, Kenya, Nyasaland (as Malawi) and Northern Rhodesia (as Zambia).

    Nigeria, the Southern Cameroons and British Somaliland were granted independence in 1960, Sierra Leone and Tanganyika in 1961, Uganda in 1962, and Kenya in 1963. Zanzibar merged with Tanganyika to form Tanzania in 1963. All remained within the Commonwealth but British Somaliland, which merged with Italian Somaliland to form Somalia.

    Macmillan's policy overrode the hostility of white minorities and the Conservative Monday Club. South Africa left the multiracial Commonwealth in 1961 and Macmillan acquiesced to the dissolution of the Central African Federation by the end of 1963.



    Alec Douglas-Home became Prime Minister on October 19, 1963
    Kennedy was killed on November 22, 1963

    Their governments had a serious disagreement on the question of British trade with Cuba. Under Douglas-Home the colonies of Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland gained independence, though this was as a result of negotiations led by Macleod under the Macmillan government

    For twenty days Douglas-Home was Prime Minister while a member of neither house of Parliament, a situation without modern precedent.

    Why is Douglas-Home in color and the others after him are not??

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    Same for Kennedy, why the color transition?
    Is there a significance to using color imagery for these government leaders at the time, being that color photography was available long before 1963?


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    A 1912 color photograph of Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii, who documented the Russian Empire with a color camera from 1909 to 1915.


    My bigger question is, what is the United Kingdom's roll in this and are they still the puppet master of the "Declared Independent US of A Inc."?


    I am thinking the Kennedy-MacMillan association along with efforts to decolonize "African" countries didn't sit well with the aristocrats in both East and West.

    Notice how MacMillan feels about his ouster from Leadership in 1963

    "Some few will be content with the success they have had in the assassination of their leader and will not care very much who the successor is.... They are a band that in the end does not amount to more than 15 or 20 at the most."

    Just something to consider

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    Grand Union Flag adopted in 1775

    A replica flag flying outside San Francisco City Hall, San Francisco, California


    Of course, this was before the 1776 "Declaration of Independence" which is to be remembered every year through bangs, explosions and food eating contests.

    The US of A Inc. is part of the U.K.

    Who do we think "Big Brother" is a reference to?

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    Stay woke
     
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