Bush's Stalingrad, Baghdad's Revenge
April 3, 2003
Many of the US marines storming Baghdad were only 8 years old when Pappy Bush tricked Sadaam Hussein into invading Kuwait, and then incinerated Iraqi soldiers when they tried to retreat.
These young marines were playing little league baseball and graduating from high school while millions of Iraqis endured a gruelling US-led embargo.
Yet these marines will be the ones to feel the revenge of an enraged people, armed, provisioned, and prepared to defend their homes to the death.
Young marines who signed to "serve their country" will bleed and die in Baghdad alleyways so Bush, Rockefeller and their cronies can be more filthy rich.
American families will mourn their loved ones so Sharon and Rothschild can have an empire from the Nile to the Euphrates.
The devil is rubbing his hands in glee. Once again he has pitted innocent peoples in a death struggle. How better to degrade humanity and render it vulnerable to his world government?
As I write this, US stock markets are soaring on a tide of nothing-but-positive news from the US media. Our rulers believe that "saying so makes it so."
But it doesn't take a genius to foresee that the U.S. is not going to conquer Baghdad without levelling it to the ground and killing most of its inhabitants.
By pretending to "liberate" the Iraqi people, it cannot very well turn around now and annihilate them. American leaders have been snagged by their own nauseating propaganda.
Soon the hot desert sun will bear down on their deluded army. Sand storms will choke its machinery, a rebuke from an irate God.
Eventually, in months or years, the US army will straggle home from Iraq under a barrage of face-saving bluster.
A marine general said the US had not "game planned" for a war like this. The game plan was Afghanistan; the reality is Vietnam.
Is this intended to be another American debacle like Vietnam choreographed by the globalists? Does the US need to be weakened to melt it into the new world order? Already the U.S. has lost the world's respect.
The Iraqi leadership appears calm because it did game plan for this war. Soon it will extract fitting revenge.