The Humanitarian Empire May Strike Syria Next, Followed By Lebanon And Iran
April 1, 2011
here are many big lies that the U.S. President has to repeat to the American people, and the global public to maintain its legitimacy as the world’s reigning superpower, and none bigger than the lie that the U.S. government is a force for good, freedom, and stability in the world, which was most recently repeated by President Obama in his speech on Libya:
For generations, the United States of America has played a unique role as an anchor of global security and as an advocate for human freedom. Mindful of the risks and costs of military action, we are naturally reluctant to use force to solve the world’s many challenges.
Obama’s Orwellian use of language is becoming so extreme that the only rational response is to laugh at him. There is no use in getting angry at what amounts to absurdity. Who actually believes that the U.S. government is naturally reluctant to use force? Since when?
Obama’s approach to history is completely shallow. His idea is that you can use or misuse facts, or totally ignore them altogether, if it serves your overall political goals, and he’s hoping that the American people will remain ignorant of their own history and their government’s treason. It is obvious to even naive and clueless people that Obama is a fraud, who is not inhabiting the same political universe as the people he was elected to represent as President. He is operating on a different level of political consciousness, along with several other U.S. and global leaders who desire to bring into the world a new world government.
Under its current barbaric and manipulative rulers the U.S. government is not even hesitant to use force against the American people. The false flag September 11 attacks proved that nobody is safe from the crazy tyrants who are in charge of the White House, especially not the American people.