The Illuminati Way, by Hazel W.M. McKinlay illuminati-news.com | May 17th 2004
The Illuminati Way
- by Hazel W. M. McKinlay -
(Posted here by Wes Penre for Illuminati News
'We will squeeze you empty, and then fill you with ourselves.' George Orwell - 1984
Since the WMD's were blown out of the water, Blair's government had to resort to citing Hussein's personality for the invasion of Iraq - he is a "bad man" who tortured his subjects in Abu Ghraib and gassed the Kurds. Clearly, abuse of prisoners does not concern Coalition forces and they are happy to drop depleted uranium on children, which only leaves one pretext for this war... the real one. The Zionist entity is waving a red, blood-soaked flag at a cornered and defenceless, angry and injured Islamic bull, spearing it, tormenting it... goading it to react.
We have seen the destruction of Muslim countries and desecration of their Holy cities, the torture and murder of insurgents, degradation and humiliation of innocents, while extended families are wiped out by F-16's. Mosques, schools and hospitals are popular targets, maximising civilian casualties. We've witnessed countless Mossad-style bomb attacks on public transport, to blame on Arabs and then assassinate their spiritual leaders. These provocative and barbaric acts, flying in the face of International Law and the Geneva Convention, are intended to incite another 'profitable' World War, one which will usher in a high-tech, totalitarian World Government in it's weary wake.
In response to the pictures of an Iraqi being battered to death by the Queen's Lancashire Regiment, a BBC news reporter suggested; "we may be getting too squeamish, after all" he said, "this is a war." Yes, it is a war, bound by rules of engagement which do not sanction the prolonged assault and cold-blooded murder of a young man... but that has been the whole point of this media excercise, to acclimate us to the "reality of war" - the torture and extrajudicial killing of innocent detainees. The debate is now about the authenticity of the photos, not the horror they depict, which the BBC likes to call "mistreatment."
Muslim's are chaste people, sheltered from the daily onslaught of promiscuity that we take for granted in the 'Land of the Free' where even kids can access sordid pictures at the click of a mouse, which now includes Iraqi men coerced into a mock, homosexual orgy by sneering women, and that is why this obscene method was specifically chosen. In a proto-type of Orwell's Room 101 at Abu Ghraib, your worst fears will be used against you, what would be most unbearable; arachnids, rodents, Britney, sodomy...? If you have vertigo you are sure to be suspended from a great height, and accompanied by agony, most human beings will soon yield. "In the face of pain there are no heroes, no heroes..."
Apart from taunting, the Zionist's exposure of these atrocities titillates the racists, sadists and perverts who get a kick out of ritual S&M, like Rush Limbaugh, but it also serves as a warning to would-be subversives. In reply to Rumsfeld's unconvincing apology, Senator Lieberman stated that those responsible for September 11th didn't apologise, meaning; we in the "civilized world" still have the moral high ground, because at least we say sorry when we are caught violating human rights and dignity, ("just a bit of fun") but the hypocrites can hardly condemn child-torture in Iran, when we indulge in it ourselves in Iraq.
There will be 'lynchings' of 'hate-figures' to entertain the Proles and provide material for Newspeak, a further distraction from the political shambles which masquerades as governance, but no repercussions for the 'Ministry of Truth' who are liable for this "breakdown" in the military; maybe a couple of inquiries into "who knew what and when they knew it." It will be concluded that "mistakes were made" and the "lessons learned" always call for increased scrutiny, surveillance and security... more I.D.'s, CCTV's and microchips seems to be the answer for everything. "The more the Party is powerful, the less it will be tolerant: the weaker the opposition, the tighter the despotism."
'If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face - for ever.'
George Orwell - 1984
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