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Americans: War on Terror Won’t be ‘Won’ in Next 10 Years

Americans: War on Terror Won’t be ‘Won’ in Next 10 Years


“The US is not the world’s policeman,” says Obama

Julie Wilson
September 11, 2013

Nearly all Americans, 94 percent, believe the war on terror has not been won, according to a new Associated Press poll.

Just 14 percent say it’s “likely” the war on terror will be won in the next 10 years.

At first, Obama sounded like he was on the right track while addressing the public Tuesday evening when he admitted the US is not the “world’s policeman” and it is beyond the US’s means to “right every wrong.”

But he contradicted himself when he said “…with modest effort and risk, we can stop children from being gassed to death and thereby make our own children safer over the long run, I believe we should act.”

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It's designed to be completely unwinnable.

You can't win a war against a tactic no more than you can win a war against inanimate objects (drugs/guns) or a socioeconomic condition (poverty).

The whole point is to drain the US of its resources fighting something that doesn't actually exist, making it more willing to bend to a world government for economic and military security once our standard of living has been destroyed.

In the Report From Iron Mountain, they wanted a replacement for war that would still meet all of the negative, destructive criteria for war. They settled on the environmental doomsday scenario (global warming), but eventually figured out that "terrorism" embodied a much more immediate threat to people. Now they use the threat of terrorism and rogue states to keep the world moving toward a world government.

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How does one win a phony War based on deceptions?

It can be over in a second.

The second one rejects the deceptions in favor of due process of law.

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