Greater nations are invading poor and working nations in the pretext of assuring security against terror attacks or under the neoconservatives’ policy of bringing democracy through war, because remember, war is peace, shh, be quiet about it now, do as the authorities tell you to do.
There is no path to peace. Peace is the path. Mahatma Gandhi
As if those poor countries would have nothing better to do than begin massive production of nuclear bombs to destroy larger, more powerful, more wealthier and tens of times bigger nations such as America. No, what is the point of regulating our economy and increasing our standard of living, working on politics or diplomacy, sharing resources with other countries and negotiating trusts of bilateral growth between our nation and other nations, those are secondary, our first and imperative need is to destroy America because we hate them. Yeah, they are far on a continent to the other side of the planet, we have nothing to do with them, we know nothing about them, but we just can’t stand seeing how they go about their own business and improve their quality of life. You know how the old wise saying goes – if we can’t have a decent life might as well wreck the other countries; that will teach them to ever want to have a normal standard of living.
“Freedom is not something that can be given. Freedom is something people take, and people are as free as they want to be.” James Baldwin
Putting aside the high amount of sarcasm, you can now begin to see what the mechanism behind this foreign enemy illusion is. David Icke dubs it as problem-reaction-solution. Whenever you want to enact a new policy or instate new legislation that would be seen as inappropriate to the mass, to say the least, and thus they would not accept it, you may covertly create a problem that will bring along the reaction of the population which would demand that something must be done about it, which would request taking action to solve the problem and then you bring the solution to the problem you had created in the start and do what you originally wanted to do without the population questioning your decision.
If you remain oblivious to this method and keep complying with what you are being fed by the officials you will find yourself losing your liberties for the supposed security that you will be offered when there should not have been any threat to your security to start with. Alex Jones captures numerous actions of the increasingly corrupt institutions holding the power.
Finally, you get to see a full exposure of historic incidents using the problem-reaction-solution method, an introduction to false flag operations used by Hitler in his ascension to power in 1933 and an overview over the Madrid train bombings of 2004, 7/7 London bombings of 2005 and 9/11 plane crash incident of 2001.
“In a world of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” George Orwell, 1984