Wednesday, July 20, 2011

On 9/11, The American and Israeli Governments Entered The Realm of Unspeakable Evil

Before It's News 

"There exist in the life of societies as well as individuals hours of moral discomfort when despair and fatigue spread their leaden wings over human beings. Men then begin to dream of nothingness. The end of everything ceases to be "undesirable" and its contemplation is in fact soothing." ~Charles Nordmann
The Middle East is experiencing today what Europe went through in the summer of 1914 before the Great War began. Tensions are high and war is on the mind of every man, woman and child in Lebanon, Israel, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Except this time the people are not overjoyed with thoughts of war. There is no honour or glory to be found in war. The only maniacs who want war are the devilish neo-cons; the extremist leaders of Israel, America, and Iran; and Western banking oligarchs who make money off of war by selling arms and lending interest based money to the largest war machine on Earth.

All three regimes want and need an external enemy to direct their people's attention away from other problems that are plaguing their countries. The thorn in Israel's side is a new, internationally recognized Palestinian state that is expected to be officially announced in September at the United Nations. The Iranian regime is under threat by an avalanche of anger from the country's young people who want more rights and greater economic security.

But the regime that is most at risk of collapsing is the oligarch-owned U.S. shadow security state. Washington is facing an apocalyptic economic crisis, rising populist anger and rising unemployment, none of which will be addressed in any meaningful way by the current crop of traitors, whores and cowards who make up the U.S. Congress, (with a couple of exceptions like Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich).

So, expect calls for war against Iran to get louder in the pseudo mainstream press in the coming weeks and months.

On Tuesday, July 12, former CIA official Robert Baer expressed his concerns to Ian Masters, host of KPFK's Background Briefing that the Israeli government is seriously thinking about attacking Iran in September. Baer's comments come in the wake of public statements made by former Mossad Chief Meir Dagan about the very real possibility that Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israel's Minister of Defense Ehud Barak will strike Iran's nuclear sites.

Baer said the U.S. military can't do anything to stop Israel even if it wanted to. But I don't buy that. I refuse to believe that an empire can be bullied into a war by such a tiny nation. Besides, the U.S. military higher-ups have a lot to gain if Israel attacks Iran.

America needs a new cast of revolutionaries to dig the country out of the hole it has been buried in. But first the American people must wake up. The Evil Establishment can kill a revolutionary here and there, but it is weak against a massive people's movement. President John F. Kennedy got murdered and his heroic deed was erased from mainstream history because he went against the grain alone.

If you stand up for your country in Washington then you are either killed (Kennedy, Paul Wellstone) or thrown in jail on false charges (James Traficant). That's why changing a society requires more than the acts of brave men in power; it requires an aware and informed citizenry. The sacrifice of heroes is wasted if the people are not intelligent enough to recognize and praise their heroism. The people must be ready to hear the truth at all times and be able to recognize the honest leaders while ignoring the false preachers like Bush and Obama. And above all, the people need to see evil for what it is instead of making excuses and pretending that the truth is just a crazy conspiracy theory.

The term "unspeakable evil," is used by author and peace activist James W. Douglass in his book, 'JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters,' to refer to Kennedy's assassination by the goons who control the U.S. shadow security state. Douglass borrowed the term from the Christian monk Thomas Merton who wrote a book called 'Raids on the Unspeakable.'

Douglass's book on JFK will go down as one of the most important contributions to American history. The book can help change the world for the better because it changes your perceptions of the last sixty years of American history and enables you to rethink present problems in a historical context. The horrific events of 9/11 just scratch the surface of the tyranny within America. The roots go much deeper.

Douglass highlights JFK's spiritual maturity and intellectual understanding of the evils from within Washington that confronted the American Republic during the height of the Cold War, and which still confront it fifty years later as another nuclear crisis looms over Washington. It is the world's bad luck that there isn't a President with Kennedy's courage and sense of patriotism in the White House today.

After President Kennedy was killed, the White House became a place for Satan's guests. Vultures and demons started gathering around the oval office in the form of Donald Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, and others who spewed words of poison and lies into the ears of government officials, and members of the press.

This gang stuck around longer than they should have been allowed to if honest caretakers were in charge in Washington. They committed a grand act of "unspeakable evil," on September 11, 2001, killing nearly 3,000 innocent citizens with the help of Israel's Mossad and the leaders of the CIA.

Those of you who are not convinced that the neo-cons were capable of doing evil on a large scale then you should read their own words and learn for yourself about how evil and manipulative they really are.

Michael Ledeen, an arch-neoconservative hawk and a Machiavelli devotee, praised the art of destruction in his 2002 book, 'The War Against the Terror Masters':
"Creative destruction is our middle name, both within our own society and abroad. We tear down the old order every day, from business to science, literature, art, architecture, and cinema to politics and the law. Our enemies have always hated this whirlwind of energy and creativity, which menaces their traditions (whatever they may be) and shames them for their inability to keep pace." (Quote is taken from John Laughland's July 2003 article called 'Flirting with Fascism').

Ledeen is no mere scholar talking to himself inside a chambers of echoes. When the neocon gang was running Washington his crazy ideas were put into action by none other than Bush's right-hand man, Karl Rove, as well as "repeated daily by such figures as Richard Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz," according to William O. Beeman.

Like other neo-cons, Ledeen wholeheartedly believes that the end justifies the means. One of their philosophical beliefs is that the path to success in politics is through deception and trickery. Another is that the State must do acts of evil to achieve good change (what is good in their judgment, not the public's judgment).

In his 1999 book, 'Machiavelli on Modern Leadership: Why Machiavelli’s Iron Rules Are as Timely and Important Today as Five Centuries Ago,' Ledeen wrote:
"In order to achieve the most, noble accomplishments, the leader may have to ‘enter into evil.’ This is the chilling insight that has made Machiavelli so feared, admired, and challenging. It is why we are drawn to him still..." (Quote is taken from Katherine Yurica's February 2004 article called 'The Despoiling of America').
Ledeen was no doubt celebrating with his comrades when America entered the realm of evil on the morning of September 11, 2001.

Ledeen's biggest business is telling lies and instilling fear in people about non-existent external threats like Al-Qaeda, Iraq, Syria, and Iran for the political and financial gain of a selfish and cruel elite. Ledeen warmongers in these two speeches: November 2009 speech; and April 2010 speech. In both speeches, Ledeen lies with a straight face, saying that Iran is America's biggest enemy, that its leadership can't be reasoned with, and that Israel and the U.S. should attack it sooner rather than later.

If Ledeen, the neo-cons, and Netanyahu have their way the entire Middle East (except for Israel) will be an inferno. These people need to be arrested and hanged as war criminals.

Listen to this CBC report called 'This country of unspeakable evil' from April 23, 1945 when world war two was reaching its end and the Nazi regime was about to collapse. The crimes of that era by all governments involved in the war are being repeated today in America, the Middle East and Israel. Although the historical and political context is different, the crimes that are being committed today by the U.S. and Israeli governments in the name of "freedom," "democracy," and "security," are classifiable as "unspeakable evil."

Why have we forgotten so soon that civilization gets destroyed and civil order breaks down when the people stand by and do nothing as their government leaders commit unspeakable acts of evil in their name?

If you have a heart, and if you have a brain then take a stand on 9/11. Support a new investigation into the attacks. Remember what Martin Luther King Jr. said about the sins of silence. Remember what John F. Kennedy did to save America and the world from a catastrophic nuclear war. Remember what Robert F. Kennedy said about the disease of violence:

We must admit the vanity of our false distinctions among men and learn to find our own advancement in the search for the advancement of all. We must admit in ourselves that our own children's future cannot be built on the misfortunes of others. We must recognize that this short life can neither be ennobled nor enriched by hatred or revenge.

Our lives on this planet are too short and the work to be done too great to let this spirit flourish any longer in our land. Of course we cannot vanquish it with a program, nor with a resolution.

But we can perhaps remember - even if only for a time - that those who live with us are our brothers; that they share with us the same short movement of life that they seek - as we do - nothing but the chance to live out their lives in purpose and happiness, winning what satisfaction and fulfillment they can.

Those men were true heroes. James W. Douglass and other renegade historians have done great work to help us learn what they did for humanity, and why they were killed. They were revolutionaries and patriots who risked their lives by speaking up because that is what history demanded of them.

Today, history demands of us to remember the heroic deeds of Dr. King, President Kennedy, and Robert F. Kennedy, and to finish what they started in the dark by bringing their murderers and the murderers behind the 9/11 attacks to light. Our generation has no greater task than to bring justice to the victims of state violence and state terror.

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