A Lie By Any Other Name Still Smells Like Shit

The next Quote From The Nefarious comes from Mr. Henry Kissinger in an address to the Bilderberg meeting at Evian, France, May 21, 1992.

Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will pledge with world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well-being, granted to them by their world government.

These kind of quotes make you wonder when you read articles such as US Intel: Iran Plans Nuclear Strike on US from Newsmax on July 29.

The commission warned in a report issued in April that the United States was at risk of a sneak nuclear attack by a rogue nation or a terrorist group designed to take out our nation’s critical infrastructure.

“If even a crude nuclear weapon were detonated anywhere between 40 kilometers to 400 kilometers above the earth, in a split-second it would generate an electro-magnetic pulse [EMP] that would cripple military and civilian communications, power, transportation, water, food, and other infrastructure,” the report warned.

“The first indication [of such an attack] would be that the power would go out, and some, but not all, the telecommunications would go out. We would not physically feel anything in our bodies,” Graham said.

As electric power, water and gas delivery systems failed, there would be “truly massive traffic jams,” Graham added, since modern automobiles and signaling systems all depend on sophisticated electronics that would be disabled by the EMP wave.

The food distribution system also would grind to a halt as cold-storage warehouses stockpiling perishables went offline. Even warehouses equipped with backup diesel generators would fail, because “we wouldn’t be able to pump the fuel into the trucks and get the trucks to the warehouses,” Graham said.

The United States “would quickly revert to an early 19th century type of country.” except that we would have 10 times as many people with ten times fewer resources, he said.

Within a week or two of the attack, people would start dying, Graham says.
“People in hospitals would be dying faster than that, because they depend on power to stay alive. But then it would go to water, food, civil authority, emergency services. And we would end up with a country with many, many people not surviving the event.”

“You have to go back into the 1800s to look at the size of population” that could survive in a nation deprived of mechanized agriculture, transportation, power, water, and communication.

“I’d have to say that 70 to 90 percent of the population would not be sustainable after this kind of attack,” he said.

America would be reduced to a core of around 30 million people — about the number that existed in the decades after America’s independence from Great Britain.

The modern electronic economy would shut down, and America would most likely revert to “an earlier economy based on barter,” the EMP commission’s report on Critical National Infrastructure concluded earlier this year.

The only thing Iran is lacking for an effective EMP attack is a nuclear warhead, and no one knows with any certainty when that will occur. The latest U.S. intelligence estimate states that Iran could acquire the fissile material for a nuclear weapon as early as 2009, or as late as 2015, or possibly later.

Okay, wait a minute. What does the national intelligence community actually say about Iran and nuclear weapons? I’ll quote from the 2007 National Intelligence Estimate report.

We judge with high confidence that in fall 2003, Tehran halted its nuclear weapons program

We assess with moderate confidence Tehran had not restarted its nuclear weapons program as of mid-2007

We continue to assess with moderate-to-high confidence that Iran does not currently have a nuclear weapon.

Tehran’s decision to halt its nuclear weapons program suggests it is less determined to develop nuclear weapons than we have been judging since 2005.

We judge with moderate confidence Iran probably would be technically capable of producing enough HEU for a weapon sometime during the 2010-2015 time frame. (INR judges Iran is unlikely to achieve this capability before 2013 because of foreseeable technical and programmatic problems.) All agencies recognize the possibility that this capability may not be attained until after 2015.

We judge with high confidence that Iran will not be technically capable of producing and reprocessing enough plutonium for a weapon before about 2015.

I get two very different feelings when reading these two texts. I get two very different feelings when I read this summary of what the intelligence community thinks on one hand and listen to the news, the politicians, and the Israelis on the other. It sounds to me like the intelligence community has found that Ahmadinejad is actually telling the truth. The President is briefed on this data more often than we get reports, so he is obviously well-aware that everything he is saying about Iran is in direct conflict with the data our intelligence folks have gathered.

I just had deja vu. I remember a boogieman, evil dictator. I remember “weapons of mass destruction”. I remember being lied to, even when our intelligence community had told the President the truth. I remember the “imminent threat”, “they’re going to attack us”. “preemptive strike”. I remember a false flag terrorist attack.

When are you going to start recognizing patterns? When are you going to wake up?

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~ by skepsis on August 1, 2008.

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