[A-List] Fwd: Confusion of Cause and Effect is a Feeling, a Human War Tool, Look at Greece as Enforced Poverty Confuses! We are Next.
Suzanne de Kuyper
suzannedk at gmail.com
Sun May 6 02:03:50 MDT 2012
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From: Suzanne de Kuyper <suzannedk at gmail.com>
Date: Sun, May 6, 2012 at 9:59 AM
Subject: Confusion of Cause and Effect is a Feeling not a go
To: bar at idirect.com
"The confusion of cause and effects stops the resolution of the wars
against Islam". (Wars and exploitations) Wrong, The resolutions of the
wars against Islam will be the same as the need for German fascism to erase
all Judaism. Eliminate Islam. Religion is the point. It unifies and
empowers billions of humans who are too resistant to exploitation because
of it, as is true of Orthodox Christianity. Once ethnic/religious cleansing
has erased unification the targeted human groups, fascism will begin
devouring its own. The confusion is the goal and prime success of the
propaganda of fascist regimes such as that of joined Israel and the US,
it's arrogant and proud apologist. You, perhaps inadvertently,
underestimate the cabals of empire. The men and the women directing it are
eliminating the human so that the corporate model is uppermost.
Eliminating Islam is the point as is eliminating borders and all
sovereignties but those of corporate war empire. (ACTA,TPP, etc)The one
affects the other. Confusion breeds chaos, fiscal penury breeds rage and
grief, in turn wars erupt, civil ones that split populations once united.
War is the aim, confusion is it's igniter. Look at the deliberate method
of confronting governments with arrogance and royal demand by both the
Western leaders and the newscasters who now angrily quiz the great as if
kings themselves. The real kings mute. Silent, they are no longer but
pawns. Replacement. Two and two is still four. Suzanne.
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