In recent times, most American citizens are prisoners in their own country – not for their won wrong-doings, but for their government – ostensibly hallucinated with war-euphoria. It is shocking to see that the Americans have to pretend as Canadians to avoid a couple of punch on their faces or even getting mobbed. It happens in almost all places, including the sanctified Vatican City. Millions of travellers are forced to sacrifice their hard-earned money, expensive time, pleasure, passion, family re-union in Christmas – just for the sake of creating fear-mongering.
The sprit of American freedom, once echoed through the words of Patrick Henry, got buried under the boots of "National Security". Today, if anyone repeats Patrick Henry’s "Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death", chances are that it would yield "Death" in Texan prison and not "Liberty".
The Hallmark of the US administration, from the forties to date, seems quite unchanged. Under a pretext of democracy, the US policy today is a close epitome of Hitler’s Field Marshall Herman Goering’s speech. At his trials at Nuremberg in 1946, Goering said: "– Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them – they are going to be attacked, and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in every country".
Beginning with the World War II, none could excel the American government in traumatizing its people with make-belief fears. Since then, America has developed such brainwashing geniuses that God himself has difficulty in separating the truth from the lies. Its people, in a seething cauldron of fears, fabricated by their government, are simply mesmerized to sacrifice their lives in wars. The pretext has always been fear-mongering – "they gonna attack us".
After the Pearl Harbor attack during WW II, it was Japan. The Japanese were portrayed as the despicable villain of that time. Beginning with the fifties through the eighties, it was the Communists. Then the Zionist controlled US administration labelled the Muslims in its list of enemies. Apparently, the US administration cannot afford to have any worry-free American. That’s perhaps not conducive to good conomy. Obviously, the US has to have a constant enemy – whether real or fake.
History tells that the public and the Congress were overwhelmingly against entering the WW II. A huge number of them included non-British and as such they hardly had any desire to fight for the British. Despite approaching a head-on collision with the popular opinion, the war ecstasy of Roosevelt was so unbeatable that he engineered a surprise attack at the Pearl Harbor and put the blame on Japan. He called the incident "infamy" and it turned out to be a paved way for him to accelerate the entry of the US in the WW II.
What the world sees in recent times, is a carbon copy of the Pearl Harbor in the 9/11 incident. George Bush and his Deputy Secretary of Defence- Wolfowitz, were passionately looking forward to welcoming the 9/11 catastrophe – just as Roosevelt did about 60 years ago.
There are many reasons why a conspiracy cannot be ruled out. To negotiate the release of Japan’s frozen assets, the Japanese emissary was in Washington up to the moment of the Pearl Harbor attack. This scenario makes the rational thinkers quite uneasy as to the mystery of the attack. Hat it been really a Japanese attack, would it not be more credible if the attack happened after the emissary left the US?
While the British had a formidable army – reinforced by its numerous colonies, including the vast population of India, it runs contrary to Japan’s strategy to antagonize the neutral America and add another gruesome enemy to fight against. Was there any need for Japan to do so?
Records show that after meeting Roosevelt at the Atlantic Conference in August 1941, the British prime minister – Winston Churchill, noted the astonishing depth of Roosevelt’s intense desire for war. On the other hand, Roosevelt knew he couldn’t enter the war without the overwhelming support of the American people and the Congress. For Roosevelt and Churchill, there was a clear unison of minds. Evidently, it transpired into the Pearl Harbor catastrophe.
Churchill, overly elated, wrote: "To have the United States at our side was to me the greatest joy. Now at this very moment I knew the United States was in the war, up to the neck and in to the death……"
Some American historians went so far as to accuse President Roosevelt of having invited the attack and done nothing to stop it in order to bring the United States into the war. The reconnaissance at Pearl Harbour had, purposely, been relaxed. An amateur US army private was relegated with the whole administration of radar tracking of the enemy planes. Despite reporting enemy planes on his radar screen, he was advised to ignore them. He was also told that some flight exercise of B-17s from the mainland was expected at that time.
The attack on Pearl Harbor cleared President Roosevelt’s way to generating, an enormous hatred towards the Japanese. It was provoked to such an extent that the US felt it appropriate to dehumanize them and put all the American-Japanese in Concentration Camps.
American extremity of hatred on the Japanese – a race that is not of John or Henry, was quenched only after unleashing two Atom Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, resulting death of approximately 210,000 Japanese.
While America contributed (Time December 31, 1999) nearly 300,000 planes, 100,000 tanks, 2,000,000 trucks and 87,000 warships to the allied cause, its defence industry fell into enormous depth of idle hours. Thousands of workers had nothing to do after the war ended. As a reult, there erupted another war enchantment in America. Consequently, the brainwashing pundits had to picked up communism as the common enemy. From the fifties through eighties -four decades of brainwashing remained unabated in the US. Besides the Soviets and China, the US nightmare for the communism included Cuba, Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and a host of other countries. And if it was not communism, the US never had any dearth of excuses for showing its muscle – even Granada, a tiny island at its coast, was not spared. Panama, Chile, Libya, Iran – you name it and you will find none but the US.
With the unfathomed decline of Communism and the demise of the Soviet Union, the make-belief nightmare of the US shifted dramatically. The "Sharonist-mole" in the US administration unfolded its well-planned scheme to vilify Islam and portrayed it as a synonym of terrorism. All terrorist incidents – whether in Israel or Ireland – were identified with Islamic values. Today, the make-belief nightmare of the US citizens is no longer the Communists, rather the al-Quaida and its leader – Osama. In fact, this is the same Osama, a friend of the Bush family, whose people gave their lives for the US to help defeat the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. The crumbling of the Soviet Union – the "evil empire" – Reagan loved to call it, was effectively accelerated by Osama.
Just a couple of years ago, with keeping Osama at the front line, the major "aspiration" of Paul Wolfowitz was materialized. The aspirations, as Wolfowitz worded it in his manifesto – reads: "Such aspirations are unlikely to be realized without a catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbour." Using the heat of the incident, an illegal war was launched against the Muslims in Afghanistan and Osama Bin Laden, topped the list of America’s enemies. The catalytic effects helped portrayal of Muslim-image in the idealism of Osama.
But half-way on the US-war against Osama, Wolfowitz visualized a more rewarding venture. Obviously, Bush had no option other than to veer his strategy. Psychopathic? Perhaps – but that’s the rule of being a puppet of Sharon. So, Osama got thrown to the back-burner and Saddam got the accelerated heat that ensued a recent war in Iraq.
While the daddy-Bush used the US Ambassador, April Gillespie and enticed Saddam to a trap that culminated into a UN approved war against Iraq in 1991, Bush junior failed utterly. His clichÃ©: "Weapon of Mass Destruction", though turned into a laughing-stock, remained his only excuse to attack Iraq and getting into a quagmire. A reminiscence of Vietnam – isn’t it?.
Now that Saddam is out of the way, Israel spared no chance to advise its party in the Pentagon to revert its war euphoria back to Osama and al-Quida. No doubt, if Abraham Lincoln were alive today he would have pointed his finger at the maverick of Texas and would have repeated: "You can fool some people all the time, all people some of the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time."