The Great War For Civilization: A Lesson From History

Recently I was listening to Jerry Day’s video titled We Are Being Judged By What We Permit To Be Done. He says “As Germany was in 1939, America is today bringing unprovoked horror and death to a host of countries (Muslim of course).” There is hardly any untruth in what he has to say. There is a general consensus that the Great War for the survival of this civilization is fast becoming a reality. but then when will the war start? Just as a tree takes time to bear fruits from when the seed is planted, similarly the seeds of war have been planted starting with the Arab Spring in Egypt in December 2010. Seven years later, the roots of the tree are strong in the heart of the Middle Eastern oil regions and the fruits may be ripe.

George Orwell published his dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four in 1948, which has since received glowing reviews, read extensively and taught in schools. Orwell’s French teacher from Eton was none other than Aldous Huxley who wrote Brave New World in 1931, the other great 20th century dystopian novel. Huxley’s book anticipates developments in reproductive technology, sleep-learning, psychological manipulation, and classical conditioning that are combined to profoundly change society. Huxley wrote a letter to Orwell praising the book, describing it as “profoundly important.” He continues, “The philosophy of the ruling minority in Nineteen Eighty-Four is sadism which has been carried to its logical conclusion by going beyond sex and denying it.” Huxley continues, “Whether in actual fact the policy of the boot-on-the-face (hard kick) can go on indefinitely seems doubtful. My own belief is that the ruling oligarchy will find less arduous and wasteful ways of governing and of satisfying its lust for power, and these ways will resemble those which I described in Brave New World.”

What Huxley meant by less arduous ways of governing is how the newer generation is being led to believe in lies by the plutocratic oligarchy using social media such as twitter which no leader has used so extensively as Donald Trump to mislead and inculcate hatred. They’re being told that everything is fine and dandy. The medium of entertainment (the best in TV, gaming and the theater experience), the best in technology, well paid jobs, and bars galore for the weekends to unwind are few that bombard minds with subliminal messages of hate. Orwell’s “Big Brother” though is watching and processing feedbacks.

Hitler amassed young Germans and prepared them for an anti-Jewish movement telling them that the Jews were stealing their jobs. He promised a greater Aryan dominated nation. He promised them jobs and he did so by building a war machine. Those jobs led not only to mass horror and death that gripped Europe, Russia and Asian powers in a devastating war for over 6 years. Similarly Trump has been amassing young Americans to spread anti-Islamism and associated terrorism not only in the west but in Muslim countries as well. Trump is preparing for the great massacre in the Middle East. Hitler was dangerous and unpredictable and so is Trump.

Recently Sir Richard Branson discussed about US President Trump in an interview with CBC “On The Money” mentioning an anecdote to illustrate “the vindictive nature of this man and as a dangerous individual. The way he speaks about people, the way he talks about minority groups, the way he deals with climate change they are palpably wrong therefore it would be morally wrong to try to kowtow to him.” It’s exactly for these qualities of Trump that the American electorate was brainwashed by the media controlled by a plutocratic oligarchy using Huxley techniques of ‘psychological manipulation, and classical conditioning that are combined to profoundly change society’ to provide a small but influential American population to elect Trump with grand promises of jobs while at the same instant promoting hatred. Simply stated Trump has an ingrained quality of instilling hate and that likely has been the reason that Day has compared Hitler’s Germany with Trump’s America today. It’s certainly by design and not  a miracle that Trump won over several seasoned political contenders during 2016 elections. He used his inherent quality of vindictiveness among his followers targeting the Muslim minority in the US and other Muslim countries with the exception of the Arab monarchies. The oligarchy- the cabal- has been exuberant with their choice.

Trump’s racist outpourings not only extends to the Muslims in USA but it includes Barack Obama whose agendas he continues to vilify including scrapping Iran N-deal, health care, anti-immigrant policies and trade deals with China, Mexico and Canada.

The investigation of Russian involvement in influencing the 2016 Presidential election involving Trump and some of his team is a pressure tactic on Trump to implement the agenda for the forthcoming war.

European leaders seem to have given Trump a cold shoulder during G6 meeting in Italy following his visit to Saudi Arabia regarding his threat of tearing up the Iran P5+1 nuclear agreement. Europe has no penchant to get involved in a war in the Middle East or with Russia and China. European leaders don’t seem to trust Trump. Moreover he has no legal grounds either in the Republican controlled Congress and Senate to tear up the Iran deal so he is feeding the Arab monarchies with hate not only against Iran but any Arab or Muslim country.

In the meantime Iran is propping up its defenses building an arsenal of short, medium and long range missiles. Iran decided it did not need a nuclear arsenal but deterrent missiles for its defenses. Iran has demonstrated this by recently lobbing a medium range missile from its northwestern territory into central Syria targeting “ISIS and anti-Assad terrorists” and to serve a warning that the US bases in the Middle East are vulnerable and to Israel that it even possesses long range missiles.

The Sunni Arab coalition is stalemated in the Middle East due to Iran’s political and military dominancy in Syria and Yemen supported by Hezbollah, Iraq and Russia.

Trump’s weapon remains Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE and Egypt where he has successfully sowed seeds of discord and hatred towards Iran. He is methodically dividing up the Middle East not only on a sectarian basis but also regional/tribal basis. The tree of hatred has grown strong roots; only the fruits have to be plucked. It’s the hate factor that will start the major conflict.

World Wars have agendas. In a simplistic statement the agenda is world domination. One World if You Will in the words of David Rockefeller in his book “Memoirs” in which he admits that he is part of a secret cabal (the plutocratic oligarchy) to establish NWO (New World Order). As stated to Trilateral Commission in 1991 by David Rockefeller “The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.” The Trilateral Commission was founded by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezenski (his vision is documented in his book The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and its Geostrategic Imperatives) in 1973 with the objective of setting up a power structure to assume global control and dominating governments and economies. Both Rockefeller and Brzezenski are dead but their legacies still have to be implemented by the cabal. It is now gathering urgency and it is up to an unpredictable, vindictive and dangerous American President to gather the dark storm clouds of a catastrophic war as it gathers support in USA. Saudi Arabia is a willing American partner who has subscribed to regime changes in Syria and Yemen that has led to untold deaths and diseases. The Muslim world is splintered and in chaos as its leaders kowtow American and Saudi policies making the possibility of a war inevitable.

If World War 2 fought with comparatively primitive weapons left over 75 million civilians and soldiers dead due to war casualties and diseases and it took two nuclear bombs with only one western power to stop it, we need to think what would be the human toll in a hate war fought with hi-tech weapons and thousands of nuclear bombs at the disposal of five Asian and three western powers. It’s getting scary. We hope that the American leadership and the people can fathom the devastation and prevent the Great War for American primacy and its geostrategic imperatives- the vision of the cabal.

The views expressed are the author’s own and not necessarily represent ones of the ORIENTAL REVIEW Editorial.

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Interview with Sheikh Imran Nazar Hosein, an Islamic scholar, author and philosopher specializing in Islamic eschatology, world politics, economics, and modern socio-economic/political issues. Source: Strategic Culture Foundation YouTube Channel

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