By Aaron Labossiere <firstname.lastname@example.org>
October 2, 2004
The 2004 US Presidential Election is one of the most important
elections in the history of the world. It is an experiment of the Illuminati
that is to determine the willingness of the American people to become the
Fourth Reich. I do not live in America myself so I am that much less bombarded
with US political propaganda. I live in Canada and have a more-or-less clear
view of America from a distance. This is what I see.
F irst, I find that people were mostly convinced by Bush's invasion justification.
If you could look into Iraq as a society, you'd see that what Sadam was
doing was pretty much all that works. Did you know that Sadam was an American?
America installed him as a puppet regime to keep Iraq under control. Look
what happens when you yank Sadam out: chaos. bloodshed, looting, death,
and anarchy. Iraqis are very different people. They were provided for by
oil-dollars so very few of them had jobs. They lived a strictly organized
way of life that consisted of religious practice and modesty. Those who
stirred up trouble were disposed of.
Harsh? Only through our cushy Canadian eyes. Sadam's harsh-seeming
policy was necessary to maintain peace and order. Granted, he got a little
out of line when he went after the Kurds and Kuwaitis, but these peoples
are exactly the same as the Iraqis are in terms of social protocol. He was
not a menace to America. He was not a "madman". He was simply
a puppet installed by America to do what America saw fit. Now, it may seem
that Sadam has been defeated, but when considering his origin and purpose,
I dare say he has completely succeeded.
We rely far too much on the censored media of America. We
hear only what we are meant to hear. Consider the fact that all media networks
are owned by a select few individuals who are all in the pocket of the government..
Not rocket science.
What causes me to really shake my head is how simple the true
issue of the election is and how few are even seeing it!
The 2004 US Presidential election is simply a referendum on imperialist
foreign policy. Realize that Bush and Kerry are NOT rivals. They are long-time
buddies, brothers in the infamously dark fraternity at Yale known as the
Skull & Bones Society. They are partners in an experiment right now.
The Illuminati has them pitted against each other to determine the readiness
of the American people for imperialism. In simple terms, Bush and Kerry,
in this election, each represent a different foreign policy. Kerry says
that before going to war, we need the approval of the global community as
a whole. Bush says that America has divine sanction to do anything it wants
to do to anyone without any "ifs", "ands", or "buts".
The experiment that is the 2004 election is set up to determine
the willingness of the American people to become the next Roman Empire,
The Fourth Reich. If Bush is re-elected after having invaded Iraq, then
the Illuminati will give the green light to go ahead and invade Iran (Bush
has already stated this intention).
Iran has a tenuous and somewhat covert alliance with Russia
and China. Iran is looking for an excuse to turn Israel into a smoking crater,
and.. do the math. In essence, if Bush is re-elected, World War Three is
inevitable. USA (and any unlikely suckers that go along with it) vs EVERYONE
ELSE. When you look at it with a clear head and unobstructed vision, it
is perfectly clear that USA today, is Nazi Germany of old.
On the other hand, if Kerry is elected, it will show that
the American people are not ready to be the next Global Empire.. This would
simply push back the NWO time-table of imperialist expansion (conquest).
Wake up America! The fact that Canada (which seems to be a moral compass
of the world) didn't go along with your little invasion should tip you off
that you have pushed the limits.
I don't support Kerry as a person (he's a ding-bat just like
Bush) but I support holding off WWIII for as long as possible. I rest my
-Aaron Labossiere, Etheric Freedom Fighter
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, October 11, 2004 9:47 AM
Subject: 2004 presidential selection
I read Mr. Labossiere's post regarding the 2004 presidential election. His
take is certainly thought-provoking. As an American, I have to take issue
two specific opinions expressed in his argument.
I understand that living in Cadada affords a person an objective look at
the increasingly desperate American political situation, and at it's possible
repercussions across the world. I've been around, and I know what people think
of us Americans. Many of them are waiting to see if we hopeless ignoramuses
will further endanger the world political area by "re-electing"
the incumbent President Bush.
I don't have any statistics in front of me, but I think it's safe to say
that the majority of the American population lives in large metropolitan areas.
Most people who live in places such as the New York metro. area are quite
liberal - in the true sense of the word. They never supported Bush or his
policies in the first place (remember, even with all the subterfuge, he STILL
lost the popular vote in the 2000 election). also, many people I speak to
in my travels about politics are very aware that we don't have much choice.
One remark that we hear often by Americans is that we choose "the lesser
of two evils". We are keenly aware that if we were actually choosing
a president, it's a choice between two ultra-right, globalist radicals. It's
been that way for a while.
What I'm getting at is simply this: most educated Americans - and there are
alot of us - understand at some level that our entire political system has
been co-opted by a small cadre of corporate elite. Personally, I bleieve that
the election itself is really a front, and that they possibly have been for
a long time - perhaps always. Thus, I take issue with the idea that the 2004
election is a "test" to determine what level of fascistic imperialsm
can be foisted upon us and later the world. The elite still hold these elections
so Americans can say "well the last four years have seen a real downward
spiral in terms of foreign and domestic policy. Thank God we can choose to
give someone else a chance".
The American people have had their wealth, and freedom taken away consistently
by both parties over the last 50 or more years. If our votes still counted,
we'd gladly put in someone who could be a catalyst for change. Click on the
link to the article below which discusses the royal roots of our presidential
canditates. Apparently, the boys at Burkes Peerage have an uncanny ability
to predict the outcome Presidential elections based on who's got the bluest
blood. I'm sure this is no suprise to most readers of this site, but I assume
this information may cause Mr. Labossiere to rethink his statments. Their
plans will come to fruition on schedule. Well, maybe not, but if they're hindered,
it's not going to be by an undesirable election outcome.
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