Buildup to World War lll
Buildup to World War III
by Bill Sardi
Objective: Seize oil fields and destroy military in Arabic countries
Step #1: Raise oil prices to unprecedented levels so the economic impact of any withdrawal of oil from the world market by Middle-Eastern countries will be blunted by existing high oil prices.
Step #2: Warn the public, in this instance in a State of the Union Address, that the nation must become less oil dependent.
Step #3: Raise funds for the war in Congress before war is announced. The President requested the military budget be raised by $70 billion (Feb. 5, 2006).
Step #4: Provoke the people in target countries to respond with anger by humiliating them. Cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed in Danish newspapers have provoked outrage and demonstrations throughout Middle-Eastern countries. An Associated Press report says "images of abuse by American soldiers at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison and reports of deplorable conditions at the Guantanamo Bay prison also have reinforced suspicions that Arabs in general have become targets of the anti-terror war."
A Knight-Ridder news report said: "Muslims also took to the streets in Afghanistan, the West Bank, Iraq and New Zealand on Sunday. The most violent protests occurred in Asian and Middle Eastern capitals. In London, some protesters carried placards warning that those who defame Islam would pay with their blood."
Fawzi al-Jasem, Kuwait's ambassador to Austria, said: "At first it was just Denmark, but it keeps spreading," al-Jasem said. "We don't know what we can do to stop this."
Somehow a vast cache of Danish flags have appeared in Muslim countries, to be publicly burned, while green and black Islamic flags were waved by demonstrators worldwide. The outrage is being well orchestrated.
Step #5: Find a fall guy. Jamal Ahmed Badawi, the so-called mastermind of the USS Cole attack in 2000, is reported on Feb. 5, 2006, to have escaped from prison in Yemen with other al Qaeda terrorists. He is now free to attack the West.
The problem with this story is that Associated Press released a similar story that Badawi escaped from prison on April 11, 2003. Certainly the news media is aware of this, which means they are complicit in the propaganda buildup to the next war.
Step #6: Contrive or provoke a threat. In this instance, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, seeing US military bases being built in countries neighboring Iran and elsewhere, may feel the only negotiation card Iran has left is nuclear weapons.
Step #7: Ignite the world against the Middle-Eastern countries in order to recruit the vast number of military troops required for WW III. US forces are short on man power. Whatever country doesn’t go along with the agenda won’t have oil supplies restored.
Step #8: Now all that is needed in this powder keg environment is an alarming event, which is scheduled for…………
For Badawi escape report in New York Times on Feb. 5, 2006
For Badawi escape report of April 11, 2003, see if you can locate it here before it is withdrawn from the internet.
February 7, 2006
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Main Suspects in USS Cole Bombing Escape From Yemeni Prison
Friday, April 11, 2003 (Please note the date)
SAN`A, Yemen — Yemeni authorities were hunting for 10 of the main suspects in the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole after they escaped from prison Friday, officials said.
The fugitives, including chief suspect Jamal al-Badawi, were jailed in the tightly guarded intelligence building in the port city of Aden since shortly after the destroyer was bombed, killing 17 American sailors.
Officials close to the investigation said the men fled through a window they smashed inside the building.
The officials said on condition of anonymity that prison officers gave the men permission to go to the prison courtyard for their daily morning break before they escaped.
It was unclear whether the escapees received any assistance from people inside or outside the prison.
Photographs of the men were distributed to police and houses of the escaped men's relatives were searched, the officials said on condition of anonymity.
The Oct. 12, 2000, attack on the Cole was blamed on Usama bin Laden's Al Qaeda network.
Al-Badawi allegedly helped buy the dinghy used by the two suicide bombers, who rammed the destroyer as it was refueling in Aden.
The 10 men, some of whom are believed to be linked to Al Qaeda, were part of a 17-man group arrested after the Cole bombing.
Officials said that the men might have left Aden and headed to Al Qaeda strongholds in the northern province of Shabwah.
Last July, Walid Abdullah Habib, a Yemeni member of Al Qaeda who was arrested while trying to enter the country illegally, escaped from prison.
Habib was arrested this year in a desert area near the Oman-Yemen border and handed over to Yemeni authorities. Habib is from Shabwah.
Yemen, the ancestral home of bin Laden, has been a hotbed of terrorist activity. Islamic militants from here have fought in Afghanistan and Chechnya.
Supporters of Al Qaeda have claimed responsibility for several bombings targeting security officials and government offices in the past few months.
Yemen committed itself to joining the war on terrorism following the Sept. 11 attacks in America and has allowed U.S. forces to enter the country and train its military.
Friday's escape was not the first time a top terrorism suspect has busted out of a Yemeni prison.
Last July, Walid Abdullah Habib, a Yemeni from Shabwah belonging to Al Qaeda, escaped from prison after being initially arrested while trying to enter the country illegally.
Re: Buildup to World War lll
peace and harmony are the keys my friend. may the lord find you in your time fo great darkness. blessed be you slippers. 8-)
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