A 19-year-old college student just called out Jeb Bush. She told him that George W. Bush was the person responsible for creating ISIS. The heated exchange was in a town hall meeting in Reno, Nevada. During the meeting, Jeb said that the Obama administration was to blame for the rise of ISIS because of its weak foreign policy. Ivy Ziedrick, a college student at Nevada University, disagreed.
Ivy approached him after the meeting to inform Jeb that George W. Bush created ISIS when his administration disbanded the Iraqi army, which made the formation of the group possible. She furthered it by saying Bush “sprouted nationalist rhetoric to get us involved in more wars.” She also pointed out that under his brother, the U.S. spent many years in the Middle East “waging pointless wars where we send young American men to die for the idea of American exceptionalism.” For 19 years old, she sure does make a good point; one I absolutely echo.
Jeb tried to dance around these remarks by indicating that “there were mistakes made,” but basically he would call what we did over there a success. When asked if he’d go to war with Iraq like George W. Bush did during his term, he said he would have made the same decision. Then when re-questioned, he said he didn’t properly hear the question and “mistakes were made,” but more than likely he would have.
Bush’s administration engaged in a controversial policy called debaathification, which basically made most people who had ties to the old regime ineligible for government work under the new system. This created another reason for Iraqis to feel bitter towards the U.S. We dissolved their military, and in turn caused unemployment levels to rise. Saying they were bitter is an understatement.
This is the basis for why Ivy said what she said. She wasn’t wrong. It’s not just a little mistake was made here and there, it was just a total and complete mess. I could leave my children home alone with a bucket full of sharpies, glue, and glitter for an hour and the mess still wouldn’t be as nasty as what the Bush administration did for the American and even Iraqi people.
Bush was also quietly tried for war crimes and torture. Cheney, Rumsfeld, and other senior members of his administration were tried in Malaysia and found guilty. The Obama Administration, under the Geneva Convention Act is responsible to prosecute and follow up on these convictions, but they have chosen not to do so.
Which actually makes them accessories to the war crimes for knowing they are convicted and doing nothing to prosecute. These charges have been ignored. WikiLeaks also pointed out that the U.S. put pressure on Spain and Germany not to prosecute the Bush administration, and so far they haven’t. Francis Boyle has personally tried to get Bush prosecuted in Canada and Switzerland. So far, he’s eluded prosecution.
This story never made it to mainstream news. There was a small paragraph about it prior to the start of the Tribunal in Malaysia, but no followups since. I always judge the validity of a story by the amount of coverup or disinformation put out there.
If the general American public were aware that their former President was found guilty of war crimes and got away with it, that the Obama administration is fully aware of it and doing nothing, and that their loved ones died across the globe for no good reason, what would that say about our own government? I think there might be more protests and uprisings that would come out of it, and I don’t believe our government wants that.
“Conspiracy Theory: It’s a term used by many to brush off something that clashes with what they believe in, or have believed in for a long period of time. Taking in new information that runs counter to a current belief system is not easy and can cause the feeling of cognitive dissonance – a term used in modern psychology to describe the feeling of discomfort that arises from being confronted with two or more conflicting ideas, beliefs, or values. It suggests that we have an inner drive to hold onto all of our beliefs and attitudes, avoiding the feelings of discomfort and instability that accompany new ideas, regardless of whether those ideas are backed by evidence and sound logic.”
There are eight ‘conspiracy theories’ that have begun to find their validity in the general public. The first one is about the Black Budget. The black budget is a source of money that the government uses to fund its black projects and operations that the general public does not have full disclosure on. This includes technologies and other ‘top secret’ projects that have been speculated but not fully ‘unclassified’ to the general public.
Edward Snowden also revealed some of the programs that were funded by the black budget for the benefit of our government and hidden from our view.
The rest range from 9/11, chemtrails, the elite that runs our financials, media, government, health systems, education, and religious organizations. This article also has links to check out with more information on why these conspiracy theories are now showing validity.
One of the things I always say, it’s isn’t only a ‘conspiracy theory’ until there is evidence proven otherwise, and now we have some. It’s incredible to me that people who so easily accept what the news outlets tell them never really dig deeper into the issues.
It doesn’t make us conspiracy theorists, it makes us people who can think for ourselves and shows we don’t readily accept just anything anyone tells us. It might be good to see who benefits from the information that is given to us.
All I suggest is that we always question. If it doesn’t feel right, dig deeper into it. There’s probably a reason why we feel it doesn’t make sense. Just because we find one source that says, “this is the truth and everything else sounds crazy,” doesn’t mean that’s the whole truth or even partially true.
People may call things or other people ‘crazy’ when they don’t understand them or they want the world to think for them. I stepped out of what some people would call ‘the matrix’, and began to look for these things relentlessly.
It feels awful to be lied to, and honestly I think there’s a reason we’re kept to the lowest levels of information possible: The masses are easier to control when they fear their own shadows and just accept whatever official statement is given to them. To me, that’s the most dangerous route a person can take because they may be easily fooled.
Don’t be easily fooled, always question. Always.
We are far greater beings than we have been told, far greater beings than most of us realize.
In Light and Love,