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The time has arrived where we must understand the realities of the dark forces amongst us.

Sep 13, 5:51 PM EDT

London hosts huge arms show amid economic gloom

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/E/ ... 3-17-51-29

The Defense and Security International show - sometimes billed as the world's largest arms fair - took place as anti-arms activists demonstrated against the gathering, which included delegates from Arab countries accused of using force to clamp down on dissidents.

Britain has the world's second-largest defense industry after the United States [The Superpower], generating more than...$35 billion... in sales in 2010

Increasingly, selling arms abroad is being pushed as a way out of the economic crisis


The time has arrived where we must understand the realities of the dark forces amongst us.

Kabul: US embassy and Nato buildings under attack

Tuesday 13 September 2011 14.20 BST

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/interac ... nteractive

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The Kabul attack shows the insurgency is as potent as ever

September 2011 15.01

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/julian- ... fghanistan

the [Superpower] ambassador, Ryan Crocker...was quoted in yesterday's Washington Post as saying: "It's better than I thought. The biggest problem in Kabul is traffic."

Today, the Taliban [troops of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan] gave western [Superpower & Superpower-led] officials something to keep their minds off city centre congestion

The rest of the blog is schwachkopfig


The time has arrived where we must understand the realities of the dark forces amongst us.


>>>> The Russian 911 Plot <<<<

Part 5 -- There's Always A Way


Excerpts from the speech by The Superpower's Secretary of Defense [= War] at the FORTUNE Global Forum on the 11th of November 2002 in Washington DC:

"National leaders can benefit from another lesson that business leaders must know to survive: and that is that the world is constantly changing.

We must change as well if we are to survive in that world.
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Many of the civilized world's most dangerous enemies have neither nations [= states] nor armies."


Many, but not all:


"Some are terrorist states....

The nexus between terrorist networks and terrorist regimes possessing...weapons of mass destruction is the critical new reality of this century."


Comment:

The real new reality is,

[1] Russia joins The Superpower in utilizing those who have neither states nor armies in order to perpetrate *their* CRIMES WITHOUT FINGERPRINTS.

[2] The Superpower also utilizes those who have neither states nor armies in order to perpetrate *its* separate CRIMES WITHOUT FINGERPRINTS.

[3] Russia too utilizes those who have neither states nor armies in order to perpetrate *its* separate CRIMES WITHOUT FINGERPRINTS.

In the 911 case, Russia utilized heroes who have neither states nor armies to get The Superpower off its back in Russia itself and to divert it into the West Asian morass.


This is what the Washington cowards dare not admit.

Why not?

Because Russia remains a nuclear superpower with enough nukes to waste all North America.

Or, as the War Secretary so gently puts it:

"I think that the changes that have taken place in the world since September 11th have broken us out of the old Cold War mindset...."


Nevertheless, the Washington cowards are trying to work their way out of this hole.

The War Secretary confides:

"It is not enough for leaders to judge a mission worthwhile; public support is needed.

And if public support is weak at the outset, political leadership must be willing to invest the time, the effort and political capital to marshal support necessary to sustain the effort for whatever period of time may be required."


But the two choking points are these (quoting the War Secretary):

[1] The risks should be acknowledged at the outset, rather than allowing people to believe, erroneously, that an engagement can be undertaken antiseptically, on the cheap, with zero or few casualties. Life is not like that.

[2] Before committing, we should consider the implications of the decision in other parts of the world.

The implication if we were to prevail, the implication if we were to fail, and, the implication --equally important-- if we were to decide not to act.

Both action and inaction in one part of the world is read across the globe and contributes either favorably or unfavorably to the deterrent."


Ah, the deterrent (still there from the old Cold War)!


The War Secretary rounds out the second choking point:

"We need to ask ourselves if we're comfortable with the precedent or, if you will, the lesson that a proposed action or inaction would in fact establish."


So far, the Washington cowards have not proposed even the first required action: state honestly the real new reality of this century.

The War Secretary should pay attention to his speechwriter's words:

"...leadership must not dumb down what is needed...."



NOTE: I revised the original version.


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