1 June 2004
War is peace
By Daan de Wit for ID&T-magazine, June 2004.
The artice has been translated into English by Idde Lijnse.
When consternation arose about the war in Iraq and how it was forced upon us by the BushBlairBalkenende government, some pointed at the Vietnam war. The story goes, that back then this war was forced upon the American people. How was this achieved? Just like today, America was interested in waging war; back then their enemy was North Vietnam, because of the communist threat. Unfortunately, the North Vietnamese did not want a conflict. So it was decided to provoke those perilous communists. The secret Plan 34A was developed and the equally secret 303-committee surveyed and informed the president.
American government wants a war against Vietnam
Plan 34A was an operation by the CIA and consisted of agitating and provoking the North Vietnamese army by means of bombings and sabotage. The goal was to provoke reactions as a reason for declaring war on North Vietnam.
After a first North Vietnamese counterattack with no casualties on American side, president Johnson decides to undertake no further action, except for sending a formal protest to Hanoi stating that 'every next unprovoked attack against the American military forces would inevitably have severe consequences'. Not much later hopeful messages reach the US. One of the ships has had to defend tooth and nail against an aggressive communist attack in the middle of the night. Unfortunately, it becomes clear soon that the fight at sea was one big misunderstanding. The entire panic is probably the result of an American crewmember on a ship running wild because of mixing up it's own propeller sound with that of an enemy's torpedo. Subsequently, a lot of shooting took place in the dark night but nobody was hit, simply because there was no enemy. High ranking American soldiers on site say that nobody got hurt and that thorough research into the incident is needed, but the American government won't hear of that.
Secretary of Defense McNamara says to Congress that 'indisputable evidence' exists regarding a second 'unprovoked attack' on American ships, after which parliament gives it's approval to the Gulf of Tonkin resolution, a blank cheque for the government to declare war on North Vietnam. The US begins the Vietnam war on the basis of a provoked attack that did not take place. Millions of deaths will be the result, but the main thing is that the dark plan of president Johnson has worked. An important extra advantage is that he wins the elections. Johnson had presented himself to the public as a peace dove and stood up to the warmongering senator Barry Goldwater. The voters thought the wounded peace dove Johnson to be so sympathetic that they voted en masse for him; never before had a president won the elections so convincingly.
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Skull & Bones
Afterwards it appeared that Democrat Al Gore had received more votes than Bush, but by that time all dirty tricks had been successfully used by the Republicans to stop the vote counting. And Bush was already president, as a result of the incorrect verdicts by five Chief Justices. The plan had succeeded, the upper layer of the American government consisted of three oil people (W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and National Security Advisor Condoleeza Rice are all related to oil companies, an oil tanker has even been named after Rice). Within a short time, two enormous oil areas were attacked: the Caspian area of Afghanistan and Iraq, the biggest oil area in the world after Saudi Arabia. Moreover, these two areas are of the utmost strategical importance to the US (and Israel).
Second Pearl Harbor
But how did that second Pearl Harbor come about? Was it just luck? Did the American government really know nothing about it? That is what they told us at first. That they knew nothing. Not even about the possibility that planes could be used as bombs. They had probably never heard of the kamikaze pilots in WWII, right? Some other important thing to know in this respect is that only a few countries in the world have been as aggressive as the US. The list of wars that they have started is quite long. Also, only few countries have displayed such an amount of aggression, murder and manslaughter like the US. The aggression already started with the murdering of the indians and in the meantime everything that moves scares the Americans so much that they have installed a mega defense system making up the biggest part of their budget. That system of bombs, grenades, spies and eavesdropping does such a good job that the U.S. has become an impregnable fortress. Well, except for a couple of bearded men wearing robes in the dusty mountains of Afghanistan.
Among others, Egypt, Russia, Germany, Israel and Richard Clarke, terrorism expert under Bush, have warned the Bush administration prior to the impacts. Thereupon, Bush did nothing, just like before the impacts. When Bin Laden was already on the black list of the US, America did not reply to the offer by Sudan to arrest Bin Laden there. That same year Bin Laden went to visit the British secret service which kindly waved him good bye at the end. Also, the CIA made a visit to him when he stayed for ten days in an American hospital in Dubai, being treated for his kidney. Bin Laden still knows the CIA from some years before, when he was trained and financed by them during the battle against the Russians in Afghanistan. In those days his comrades even received visas from the CIA to be able to be trained as terrorists in the US; of course they were then called freedom fighters. That same CIA visa trick was applied to some of the 9/11 hijackers.
When the day of September 11 had arrived, it became even more weird. On the day itself large military exercises were held under the flag of Vigilant Guardian. Held that day because of it's symbolic meaning (ninth month, eleventh day), which is also the national emergency number in the US. On September 11 it was simulated that the American air defense system was under fire. But: 'All of a sudden we were no kidding under fire', says lieutenant colonel Deskins. 'The first thing that crossed my mind was: 'Is this part of the exercise?', says major general Larry Arnold. In short, on September 11 there was a big confusion among the military staff that were involved. America was under fire, but not from Bin Laden, from the White House.
On the contrary, Bush seemed alright. On September 11 he is listening to a story about a little goat. He attends a reading course at a school in Florida. During the course Bush is told that a second plane crashed into the WTC. He then knows that this is an attack. Instead of facing up to the biggest attack ever on American soil as head of the armed forces, the president remains seated and does nothing during three quarters of an hour. In the meantime, all kinds of other peculiarities have taken place. Whereas in the past planes that had slightly gotten off course were immediately chased by jet fighters, this day all jet fighters are absent. Strange. Another couple of questions like that are: Why did the Pakistani general Ahmad visit the CIA and FBI one week before the attacks, while he had remitted $100,000 to the leading hijacker Mohammed Atta just a few months before the attacks? And to whom belonged the profit of millions of dollars (which have never been collected) following conspicuous speculations on the two airplane companies that were involved in 9/11 so tragically?
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