Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Is the low oil price pointing to an upcoming war to be lead by the next (Republican) President?

OPINION: Hussein Obama's two terms presidency looks just like another proof of American voters being ignored by the (power) minority pulling the strings backstage.


They run the show since ever,  and it becomes more and more apparent to the naked eye.
I believe that this power minority doesn't care about the presidential candidate's political side as long as his goals or ideology serves their agenda. That's how they decide to affect the Electoral College in order to choose their man.
So at the time they elected Bush, of course, a Republican,  to conquer Iraq and control the energy market.  So he did his part, and they thought they've succeeded to enroll Iraq in this plot. After that, a Democrat, Bill Clinton was put to power in order to continue the military punch with contracts, peace processes and 'economy' driven acts. It still didn't work out so... again use of force by Bush Jr. 2003 with 9/11 in the reasons arsenal. Maybe there's a truth behind the ME hatred for America's intervention in their own business, after all.

Now, again Obama, drawing back the army from the ME and making deals with the devil. Deals that are not in the favor of his alleged voters but the interest of few people behind the wheel.
They make money on the way to their target by selling everything the well paying Army needs by owning the weapons and supplies companies. And they make even more money if they can play with the energy price. I'm not sure what's best for them, low or high, looks like they prefer the higher. All interventions by the US caused the oil price to jump at least for a long while.

They demolish buildings and burn the evidence, manipulate insurance companies, Wall Street during expected radical attacks. They own the media and cut out footage that raise questions. Everything is Kosher.

Does a low oil price points to an upcoming war? Is a low oil price a reason for aggression by the oil countries?  The lower revenues might fuel terrorism cause no Arab country can declare war on America, which in turn requires another military intervention ?!
Obama was instructed to calm down the public doing nothing. Meanwhile, make some money. So he did in a lucrative way, pulling back the Army and turning against EU. The US seized and amended accounts and banks for compliance reasons and by controlling the money moving mechanisms.
Bush Jr. was the one sitting shocked in the kinder garden chair holding the book upside down when 9/11 attacks occurred, not Bill Clinton who few years before created the background for it.
Obama will be gone soon, for his bosses he has done his job. But the loose hands in the ME  probably just cooked the next attack on America. The proportion might be linear or exponential, but the scale will be in its league and probably make 9/11 look a pale small incident GD forbid.
 It doesn't have to be an explosion; it can manifest in a spiritual way, like Koran mandatory teaching in schools, Arab mass emigration, just an example.

We forgot, being overwhelmed by the reality, but the 24 TV series  was a detailed premonition.

The next president will be a Republican. He will forcedly swallow what Obama passively prepared ... and if televised for some reason, he will have the same lost look on his face, in total disbelief of what just happened.
America and the string pullers got a real problem trying to repeat the Japanese (society reset) model, although it worked only once by using the Judgment Day weapon. The Japanese, stubborn as they had been, didn't rely on God's "will" as the Arab's.
An Atheist/Christian society has all the means and technology to hurt anyone badly. However,  it lacks the patience, the inner strength and motivation to win the mighty long war against monotheistic ideology, as twisted as it might be in Islam's case.
As long as sugar is the main ingredient in America's food, the masses will continue to watch American Idol and do 9 to 5 until the next bump.
I hope this opinion didn't trigger too many threat flags on NSA's content analysis systems.