Every gang that takes for granted the physical existance of cartoon
planes that melt into walls is working toward some or another form of
Alex Jones says a lot of good stuff, but he's just as smarmy a
planehugger as the rest, ignoring physical evidence and crime scene video.
"Ivashov made clear his conviction that the entire war is a manufactured
ruse and that 9/11 was an inside job carried out by the new world elite,
who he calls 'the Atlantists', designed to light the touch paper for a
global government and the elimination of sovereign borders."
Yep. And he and Alex Jones ignore that this was brought about by an epic
scale media hoax.
> *Russian General's Comments Need to be Taken With Healthy Dose of
> *Paul Joseph Watson | January 25 2006*
> General Leonid Ivashov, Russia's armed forces Chief of Staff when 9/11
> occurred, recently went public with astounding comments concerning the
> destruction of the World Trade Center and the war on terrorism.
> Ivashov made clear his conviction that the entire war is a
> manufactured ruse and that 9/11 was an inside job carried out by the
> new world elite, who he calls 'the Atlantists', designed to light the
> touch paper for a global government and the elimination of sovereign
> On the face of it this is another highly credible whistleblower and
> one who would be in a position to know exactly what he's talking about.
> Ivashov goes in depth about the modern face of terrorism and its
> symbiosis with how the media report it. This is key because an act
> only becomes terrorism if it's defined as that by the media. If we can
> define killing innocent people in the pursuit of a political agenda as
> terrorism then what do you call slaughtering innocent people in their
> own homes in recent US government orchestrated bombing raids in
> Pakistan and Iraq?
> Ivashov elaborates on the fact that the secret service and
> intelligence elements of any major power always control the high
> echelons of any extremist movement.
> From Operation Gladio, to the Neo-Nazis in Germany, to the London
> bombing mastermind Aswat being an MI6 asset, to Israel's creation of
> Hamas. This pattern has been consistently proven.
> However, Ivashov's solutions to the problem of worldwide engineered
> chaos are ambiguous and their wording should raise alarm bells for
> those who understand the long term agenda of the Illuminati.
> As his solution to global dictatorship, Ivashov encourages the
> creation of a pseudo-world government, run under UN auspices.
> In essence he is offering a Hobson's choice, a left-wing world
> government to counter the advance of the right-wing world government.
> The end result is the same, a world government which is unelected and
> not representative of the people of any sovereign nation.
> Then the General states his desire to, "associate (under the United
> Nations) the scientific elites in the design and promotion of the
> philosophical concepts of the Human Being of the 21st Century."
> That reads like secular humanism and it wouldn't be out of place in
> Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. So without the luxury of the general
> going into any further depth on this, at face value what he is
> proposing appears to be something quite distasteful.
> Ivashov then outlines his wish to, "organize the interaction of all
> religious denominations in the world, on behalf of the stability of
> humanity's development, security and mutual support."
> Again, this is too ambiguous not to rule out the possibility that he's
> advocating a global religion as the savior of mankind, which again is
> another mechanism whereby power could be centralized under a world
> government that is completely unelected and not representative of the
> Does he just mean religious figureheads getting together and talking?
> We know that when powerful people have get togethers, they set policy.
> They don't waste each other's time by partaking in talking shops.
> In the absence of further clarification, a certain healthy dose of
> skepticism needs to be afforded to the General's comments. If
> Ivashov's solutions are just a mirror image of the problems he
> clarifies, then with how much credibility should he be bestowed?
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