War with Iran has been planned for years

 

By | In Defense of Our Nation

“The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies… is a foolish idea. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can throw the rascals out at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy. Then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party which will be none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies.”

(Carroll Quigley)

 

As a writer and researcher of Marxist propaganda and psychological manipulation of human behavior, I have been critical of President Trump. I have written many articles suggesting that Trump is not the conservative many people believe him to be. I have highlighted his support for red flag gun laws, his unconstitutional bump stock ban and the fact that many of his polices advance leftist objectives. The new

NAFTA

for example, strengthens global governance of trade in the region pushing us closer to globalist vison of a North American Union. Another example is the fact that education secretary, Betsy Devos, has signed us onto the

U.N. education initiative

which pushes the objectives of sustainable development onto our children.

 

The mainstream media does an excellent job of portraying a constant conflict between Trump and the liberals so that most people believe Trump is working for them. The more the Democrats object to Trump the more his base supports him, even though he is advancing the leftist agenda. A good example is the NAFTA deal and the U.N. education plan Devos signed. Trump pulled out of the Paris Climate Accord, for example, which really had no force of law behind it, solidifying in his supporter’s mind that he is working against leftist objectives. He then went on to support the new NAFTA and Devos signed on with the U.N. Both policies push the same objectives as the Paris Accord. Another example is Trump pulling out of the U.N. Arms treaty after banning bump stocks and supporting red flag gun laws.

 

I have written many times about the dangers of that treaty however; it was never ratified and had no real force of law. Trump pulling out of it, however, assures his second amendment base that he is on their side while he is still pushing anti-gun policies himself.

 

Psychologists have figured out long ago that people can be easily conditioned. In most cases, the convictions that people hold are not easily broken. My book,

Psychopolitics in America: A Nation Under Conquest

discusses this in detail. What people are taught tends to stick with them. In the case of Trump, Americans were taught early on that he was the last hope America had. After eight years of Obama and the prospect of a Clinton presidency Americans believed it.

 

 

Alinsky said in

Rules for Radicals

that people can be brought to accept almost anything if they are brought to a point of absolute desperation and face no prospects for the future. Hillary Clinton wrote her college

thesis

on Saul Alinsky. I would also like to remind everyone that she was also an attendee at Trumps wedding. Front row seats.

 

In March of 2017, shortly after President Trump took office, I wrote

this article

highlighting the fact that he was deploying troops to Syria in accordance with the Project New American Century war doctrine. The links used in that article have been taken down and little remains to be found, except for this article describing what the

Project New American Century

is. Essentially, it was a plan designed to take out seven middle eastern countries; Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and IRAN.

These wars were planned more than twenty years

before their execution, using the September 11 terror attacks as the pre-text for initiating them. President Obama

dropped bombs in five of these countries

during his term in office proving the quote by Quigley to be factual. There are certain policy objectives that will be met whether a leftist Democrat is in office or a so-called conservative Republican.

 

Earlier this month

President Trump deployed a carrier strike group and a fleet of B-52 bombers

to the Persian Gulf in response to a series of threats made by Iran. Most of his base support this move even though war with Iran would devastating consequences.

Russia, China and Iran

have been forming a military alliance to counter what they view as, western aggression.

 

Is Trump’s deployment to Iran in response to a genuine threat or is it in fact a continuation of war plans that were written up years ago to change the land scape of the middle east and project U.S. power in the region? 

 


This article originally published by of In Defense of Our Nation.