When you believe something, facts become inconvenient obstacles – Andy Hall, “God of oil trading,” who is betting huge against the oil shale fairytale (correctly, in my view)
Apparently Joe Biden, in a preview of his bid to take over the White House in 2016 (I can’t think of a better criminal to take over the seat) gave a speech today in New Hampshire in which he warned ISIS that “we would follow them to the gates of hell” (link with video).
To that I say, “go ahead Joe, pick up a rifle and put your own fucking boots on the ground in Iraq.”
The U.S. Government/Pentagon/CIA started the mess in Iraq, so let the people in those comfy offices sitting behind desks go clean it up themselves. The inconvenient obstacle of truth is that, if in fact ISIS really is what the U.S. propagandists want us to believe it is, then it’s the biggest CIA/NSA/Dept of Defense of fuck up in the history of the country. The NSA knows when Angela Merkel farts. So they are telling me that they had no idea there was a large, nascent Islamic military organization that was well funded with $100’s of millions in banks all over the world and heavily armed with sophisticated weapons?
Someone is lying to us – and I have a feeling that the lies are coming from politicians bravely volunteering other peoples’ services to their bidding around the world.
I have my reasons to suspect ISIS is no bigger or badder than the “weapons of mass destruction” that Colin Powell promised us, and the world, that we would find in Iraq when the Bush Government invaded that country. Hey Colin, you still looking for those weapons? So far no one has been able to find them…let us know when you come up with something.
The truth is, the biggest weapons of mass destruction in the world are sitting in the political, strategy and military offices of Washington, DC.
The inconvenient obstacles of truth can be found in essays written by people like Dr. Paul Craig Roberts:
My Ph.D. dissertation chairman, who became a high Pentagon official assigned to wind down the Vietnam war, in answer to my question about how Washington gets Europeans to always do what Washington wants replied: “Money, we give them money.” “Foreign aid?” I asked. “No, we give the European political leaders bagfuls of money. They are for sale, We bought them. They report to us.” Perhaps this explains Tony Blair’s $50 million fortune one year out of office.
If it’s too inconvenient, then don’t read the article that goes with that quote. But if you want to understand what’s really going on, here’s the link: Lies Our Leaders Tell Us.
Before you dismiss my view here, please recall that as soon as the U.S. overthrew Ukraine’s previous Government, an energy company with Joe Biden’s son on the board was awarded a huge energy contract in Ukraine. That may be an inconvenient obstacle of truth for most of you. But I’m not part of Joe Biden’s “WE,” whom he is volunteering to follow the boogie man to some mythical place in the New Testament. Go do it yourself, Joe – have fun.