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War On Terrorism is a Ruse/Secret Pentagon Climate Report

In other words the conservative elites are going after control the strategic oil supply throughout the world in order that they will have the fuel that their tanks, helicopters, fighter jets and troop transports will require to seaze control of what remains of the collapsing food and fresh water supply. The war on terrorism is simply just a ruse.
War On Terrorism is a Ruse/Secret Pentagon Climate Report

By Lloyd Hart

Over the last two and a half years I have been writing about how the theft of the U.S. general election in 2000, the Bush regime ordering the air guard stand down on the morning of September 11, 2001 allowing the attacks on U.S. citizens as a means to create a pretext to war, the invasion of Afghanistan, the national security strategy of pre-emption and the resulting invasion of Iraq have, in actuality, nothing to do with the war on terrorism but rather have everything to do with military preparation for the collapse of the food and fresh water supply due to climate change as a result of global warming.

In other words the conservative elites are going after control the strategic oil supply throughout the world in order that they will have the fuel that their tanks, helicopters, fighter jets and troop transports will require to seaze control of what remains of the collapsing food and fresh water supply. The war on terrorism is simply just a ruse.

Thanks to Observer reporters Mark Townshend and Paul Harris I've been proven absolutely correct in my analysis. An article that was published in The Observer on Sunday February 22, 2004

 http://observer.guardian.co.uk/international/story/0,6903,1153513,00.html

surrounding a secret Pentagon report that has been "suppressed by U.S. defense chiefs" tells of dire warnings of the effects of climate change on the very near and near future. The report coins the term "Climate Wars." This report was prepared by a man with close ties to Donald Rumsfeld. The Observer article reports:

"The report was commissioned by influential Pentagon defence adviser Andrew Marshall, who has held considerable sway on US military thinking over the past three decades. He was the man behind a sweeping recent review aimed at transforming the American military under Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld."

The interesting thing though, is the way the Observer article around the secret Pentagon report is spun . There are comments from leading scientists and environmental activists stating that George Bush is completely out of touch with reality with his position that Global warming and climate change are a "hoax".

As I've written in the past I think it is very dangerous to demonize and underestimate Bush and the Bush regime as being out of touch with reality. The existence of this secret Pentagon report which was commissioned by Andrew Marshall proves that the Bush regime is absolutely in touch with reality and that their actions in the war on terrorism they have taken are exactly how you could expect the feudal gang that the Bush regime represents would react to such a report and the reality of our present human condition on this fragile planet. The article continues:

"The findings will prove humiliating to the Bush administration, which has repeatedly denied that climate change even exists. Experts said that they will also make unsettling reading for a President who has insisted national defence is a priority."

This secret Pentagon report which has yet to penetrate the U.S. corporate media and the consciousness of the American public indeed might be humiliating to George Bush but not because it exposes his position against Global Warming as wrong. But rather because it exposes the very reasons why the Bush regime and the Pentagon cooked up and are using the war on terrorism and the national security strategy of pre-emption (that they now have spun into a "Global revolution to bring democracy to the world") to reassert the ultraviolent U.S. global military dominance and hegemony that spread over the world in the19th and 20th. centuries. Military dominance as a means to ensure that no matter what happens as a result of climate change the Bush regime and its conservative elite allies throughout the world will control where and how the world's poor will starve to death as the food and fresh water supply radically collapse..

The inherent problem with the way this article was written is that it takes an explosive secret Pentagon report and paints the Bush regime, oil and energy companies as being loopy for all the wrong reasons instead of exposing the Bush regime for reacting exactly the wrong way to our collective global environmental crisis.

Scientists, social and environmental activists must also start framing the collapse of the global food and fresh water supply more honestly than they have instead of going for short-term political gains. For instance climate change would not be anywhere near as bad as it is under present day emissions if we had not knocked down all our forests as well. Deforestation is also a more direct reason why the freshwater supply is collapsing having an even more profound effect on the collapsing food supply and the global warming that is affecting climate change.

Deforestation is Single Most Important Component of Global Warming!
 http://dadapop.com/DefGlobe.html

Indeed we must reduce our emissions radically but more importantly we must aggressively replant our forests and reestablish our wetlands. The public however, unfortunately has not had deforestation directly linked to global warming and climate change in their minds and this must change.

Maybe now that this secret Pentagon report has been leaked we can start discussing the proper way to react to the collapse of the food and fresh water supply that aerosol particulates, greenhouse gases, deforestation, the destruction of wetlands, Global warming and climate change have resulted in, in direct reaction to human activities on our planet.

Maybe now that the secret Pentagon report has been leaked we can pull back of the ultra violence the Bush regime has unleashed on the world and get to the business of behaving like a community that cares about each other and the very planet that gives us the life we live.

 http://dadapop.com
operation dandy excuse? 23.Feb.2004 18:21

private lee m. suspicious

"The inherent problem with the way this article was written is that it takes an explosive secret Pentagon report and paints the Bush regime, oil and energy companies as being loopy for all the wrong reasons instead of exposing the Bush regime for reacting exactly the wrong way to our collective global environmental crisis."

Frame this paragraph. Whatever is going on, we agree on this, and it about says it all. What we spend on Iraq would be a hell of a lot handier if this turns out to be for real. We are not going to make ourselves safer with an even bigger divide between "haves" and "have-nots" than already exists.

"Maybe now that the secret Pentagon report has been leaked we can pull back of the ultra violence the Bush regime has unleashed on the world and get to the business of behaving like a community that cares about each other and the very planet that gives us the life we live."

I hope, but I'm not optimisitic. This news might give the likes of the "me generation" justification for violent "pre-emptive" conquest even more than the transparent excuses that have been used. I think it is still critical to find out whether this is, or isn't, simply one more highly overexaggerated threat from the Pentagon that they are fixing to "save" us from by having an even longer leash and an even bigger budget.

I mean, some people are great at rationalization. When the WMD they promised didn't turn up, I've had people tell me, "Oh well, gas would be $10 a gallon if we didn't invade Iraq". This includes people with kids over there. This might engender a true Global Village, or it might sell a lot of cannibal cookbooks...

I don't know why to automatically believe the Pentagon about anything even if it's this. In fact, I don't know when it's the Pentagon's business to declare an enemy that they can't just bomb into submission. Am I going to let The Boy who Cried Wolf be the one to advise me that The Sky is Falling? I'd rather have other sources, especially since that 15% Kucinich cut might seem counterproductive now that the Pentagon are suddenly and uncharacteristically environmentalists.

This was mentioned in "Fortune,"  http://www.fortune.com/fortune/print/0,15935,582584,00.html
but that also doesn't quite assure me it's for real either. Maybe there's some economic reason it's showing up there and not elsewhere stateside?

Of course, I don't see the harm in acting accordingly anyway unless your idea of "acting accordingly" is (further) world domination... There are surely better ideas. I hope the Pentagon has any.

Global Stalemate 23.Feb.2004 22:07

Z-Biggy

So let's be honest about the military agenda in the US. Our military consumes about 40% of our oil imports. For a country of SUV-lovin' yuppies, that says a lot. However, it's fair to say, this war and imperialistic attitude are more about political conquest than concern for the "American way of life." Once the oil is gone, the US tactical advantage in conventional warfare is gone, too. The only wars will be nuclear wars, which are basically unwinnable. So we've done what every army over the last 100 years has done, and that's capture the oil fields. Next comes the Caspian Sea region, then Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, etc. Russia has the world's largest, though unproven, reserves in Siberia. China has the Dozhan Province. The US can't wage a world war without Middle Eastern oil supply.

Now, if it is an inevitability of human nature that these great wars will eventually come, then there may be some logic to pre-emptive attacks. However, I don't subscribe to this madness. Unfortunately, it may be too late to turn back the clock. China, Russia, the European Union, and most of the worlds developed nations are aware of the severe scarcity approaching the world in terms of water, oil, and food. Our Bilderburg and CFR led government has spent the last 30 years preparing for the crisis. The sad thing is that, if we had pursued a more benevolent path for managing these converging economic forces beginning in the 1970s, we probably could have averted the crisis we are now facing.

The apocalypse is only a matter of time. I'm not bringing any children into this world and I only hope I've lived my best years before the ultimate holocaust.

more information 24.Feb.2004 12:45

me

cite for the 40% figure of US oil imports going to the military, please? or where you heard it?

What about the chemtrails? 24.Feb.2004 12:53

curious

Why is the Pentagon letting this out now? Who is responsible for the "chemtrails"? Maybe they are worried that more and more people are asking questions about these artificial clouds created by strange formations these planes fly...This way the Pentagon will be able to say that they have been trying to slow down the climate change already...(without telling us to prevent public panic).