May 28th, 2009

Tell Me Why – I’ll Tell You Why Kid

Nice song:


Great Lyrics but it’s really quite simple; this explains the origins of WW1 but to understand today, when reading England, think United States, when reading Germany, think Russia/China:

Oil and the origins of the
‘War to make the world safe for Democracy’

By F. William Engdahl, 22 June, 2007

The ultimate reason England declared war in August, 1914 lay fundamentally, "in the old tradition of British policy, through which England grew to great power status, and through which she sought to remain a great power," stated Deutsche Bank’s Karl Helfferich, the man in the midst of negotiations on the Baghdad Railway, in 1918. "England's policy was always constructed against the politically and economically strongest Continental power," he stressed.

 "Ever since Germany became the politically and economically strongest Continental power, did England feel threatened from Germany more than from any other land in its global economic position and its naval supremacy. Since that point, the English-German differences were unbridgeable, and susceptible to no agreement in any one single question."

Helfferich sadly noted the accuracy of the declaration of Bismarck from 1897, "The only condition which could lead to improvement of German-English relations would be if we bridled our economic development, and this is not possible."[37]

So, while the needle is stuck regarding the big powers’ ability to bridle their economic development, we’re in for big trouble:

The men behind Barack Obama part 2

A two part interview with historian Webster Tarpley which shows excellent insight and analysis of just who is behind Obama and their secret plans for continued and even more aggressive American Imperialism, but this time they want to take on the big boys!

More info:

The West’s Reckless Approach to Relations With Russia

Pentagon Preparing For War With The Enemy: Russia


Russia warns of war within a decade over Arctic oil and gas riches

But oh yeh, ‘Is there something I have missed?’ It could be Zionism, they don’t teach you that in school do they? Take your pick:

Armageddon Now?
By Nadia Hijab May 26, 2009

Of all the analysis generated by the Obama-Netanyahu meeting Robert Satloff's is the most significant. Satloff is executive director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, which serves as AIPAC's think tank. His piece, circulated Thursday, provides insights into what the lobby -- and Israel -- might do next. And it should ring alarm bells.

Judgment Day

By Peter Chamberlin Dec 3, 2007,

The world is being steered into an apocalyptic climax that defies reason, by largely unknown powers, for unknowable reasons. All of us are among the unfortunate losers in the ultimate earth lottery, with ringside seats to the end of the world, from which there is no escape.