David Wilcock has written a comprehensive and well-thought out overview of what he aptly describes as “financial tyranny.” His analysis of the “super-entity” that owns most corporations, the fact that derivatives are still being floated after already dooming the international economy, and the size of Illuminati holdings and theft stagger the imagination.
I’m still reading through and digesting the article personally, as time allows. But I did want to comment on one statement, lest new readers particularly feel anxiety over it. David writes:
“Simultaneously, very aggressive and blatant moves are being made to start World War III in the Middle East — with imminent, ever-increasing threats from Israel and the United States to attack Iran.“
I do think it wise to remind readers that no WW III will occur. Both the plan to attack Iran and to start a nuclear Third World War have been around probably for decades as Carol Rosen’s disclosures suggest. (1) The agenda of taking the world’s population down from 7 billion to 500 million has been covered in many articles on this site.
The cabal’s plan to bomb Iran has been prevented by the Earth allies and the Company of Light on numerous occasions: witness events like the foiling of the attempt to fly nuclear weapons from Minot AFB to the Middle East in 2007, the failure of the provocative Georgian War of 2008, and the forced landing of the missile-carrying stealth craft over Qatar in 2010, etc.
Of the Minot operation, international law professor Francis A. Boyle speculated:
“[The] incident concerning the nuclear cruise missiles from the Minot Air Base down to Barksdale … I don’t think that was a mistake. Obviously someone gave the command to do this, to transport nuclear Cruise Missiles down to Barksdale that is being used as a staging point for bombing operations in the Middle East.” (2)
In her comments on the Qatar operation, Kerry Cassidy identified the American Navy as having stopped that mission. The command of the American Navy appears to have joined the Light many years ago now.
“I heard from a well placed Source today that a plane was forced to land [in] Qatar. This plane was described as a stealth bomber carrying nuclear warheads… Word is that it was a CIA-directed flight and although fire on board is the published reason for the forced landing the real reason is far more sinister.
“Apparently this is just one of several attempts to start a nuclear war in the Middle East (headed for Iran). The exact day/time of this incident is unclear.
“I was told that this stealth bomber was shot at and forced to land by an American fleet based in the area.
“The commander of this Navy vessel is said to be part of a group of commanders who are refusing to allow this war to get started. I was told there have been a total of 3 prevented attempts over the past few months.” (3)
Towards the end of the Bush presidency, the American military seems to have drawn a line in the sand over war with Iran. When both Bush and Cheney pushed for it, numerous American generals and admirals were poised to resign. Said a British newspaper:
“There are four or five generals and admirals we know of who would resign if Bush ordered an attack on Iran,” a source with close ties to British intelligence said. ‘There is simply no stomach for it in the Pentagon, and a lot of people question whether such an attack would be effective or even possible.’
“A British defence source confirmed that there were deep misgivings inside the Pentagon about a military strike. “All the generals are perfectly clear that they don’t have the military capacity to take Iran on in any meaningful fashion. Nobody wants to do it and it would be a matter of conscience for them.” (4)
One of the most important public declarations came from Admiral William Fallon, then being considered to head Central Command. Fallon was one of the few command officers who actually put his position on the line.
“Admiral William Fallon, then President George W. Bush’s nominee to head the Central Command (CENTCOM), expressed strong opposition in February to an administration plan to increase the number of carrier strike groups in the Persian Gulf from two to three and vowed privately there would be no war against Iran as long as he was chief of CENTCOM, according to sources with access to his thinking.
“Fallon’s resistance to the proposed deployment of a third aircraft carrier was followed by a shift in the Bush administration’s Iran policy in February and March away from increased military threats and toward diplomatic engagement with Iran. That shift, for which no credible explanation has been offered by administration officials, suggests that Fallon’s resistance to a crucial deployment was a major factor in the intra-administration struggle over policy toward Iran. …
“Despite Vice President Dick Cheney’s invocation of the military option from the deck of the USS John C. Stennis in the Persian Gulf last week, the strategy of escalating a threat of war to influence Iran has been put on the shelf, at least for now.” (5)
Our sources, which often differ from David’s, have reassured us that the conflict in the world will not escalate into world war. Here is Matthew Ward for instance: “People in all countries are speculating what [the U.S.] government will do relative to Iran and North Korea, so we say that you can expect more tough rhetoric, but there will be no escalation into armed conflicts.” (6) And SaLuSa: “We promise you that every attempt to start another world war will fail, and we will do all we can to promote peaceful relationships.” (7)
Back now to continue reading and digesting the rich trove of information that David has provided us with. If there were any doubts about whether the phase of the total operation called “accountability” is well underway, David and Ben Fulford have been providing us with ample news that it is.
(2) Francis A. Boyle in “Francis A. Boyle on US Press re Iran and Potential US Attack on Iran,” 14 Sept. 2007, AfterDowningStreet,org, originally www.talknationradio.com, downloaded from http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/?q=node/26741, 14 Sept. 2007.
(3) Kerry Cassidy, “Plane Forced to Land Carrying Nuclear Weapons,” September 2, 2010, at http://projectcamelotproductions.com/blog-hp.html ; reposted at http://stevebeckow.com/2010/09/kerry-cassidy-nuke-bound-for-iran-intercepted/
(3) Michael Smith and Sarah Baxter, “US generals ‘will quit’ if Bush orders Iran attack,” Sunday Times, UK, 25 Feb. 2007, downloaded from http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1790665/posts, 6 Sept. 2007.
(5) Gareth Porter, “CENTCOM Commander’s Veto Sank Bush’s Threatening Gulf Buildup,” Commondreams, 15 May 2007, downloaded from http://www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/05/15/1212/, 11 Sept. 2007.
(6) Matthew’s Message, Jan. 4, 2012.
(7) SaLuSa, Dec. 21, 2011.