Is It Really a “War On Terror”? Parts 5 & 6 of 11

Deanna Spingola
August 22, 2005
NewsWithViews.comThere are five permanent members on the United Nations Security Council along with other member states who are elected for a specific period of time. This council is charged with maintaining peace and security between nations. The permanent members attained that status because they were considered victorious at the conclusion of World War II: the People’s Republic of China as of 1971 (formerly the Republic of China), France, Russian Federation as of 1991 (formerly the Soviet Union), United Kingdom and the United States of America. Council decisions are known as resolutions and according to the United Nations Charter must be carried out.According to the United Nations Charter, these five permanent members are the only nations permitted to have nuclear weapons under the auspices of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. But not all of the nations who have nuclear weapons signed the said treaty. And enforcement is apparently arbitrary.It was certainly no secret that Saddam threatened to invade Kuwait for some months prior to the actual invasion on 2 August 1990. That very day the U.N. Security Council issued Resolution 660 condemning the invasion and demanded that “Iraq withdraw immediately and unconditionally all it forces to the positions in which they were located on 1 August 1990.”[1]

Read the complete PART 5 here.


Deanna Spingola
August 22, 2005

Two major events culminated in the United States going into the two major world wars. From the sinking of the British steamship the Lusitania[1] on 7 May 1915 in which 128 American citizens lost their lives to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 which took 2,400 lives. [2]Another 1,100 were wounded.[3] An enemy attack is a justifiable reason to retaliate in kind. However, from reliable sources and witnesses we can conclude that the devised circumstances of both events were known in advance and could have been prevented.

During the administration of John F. Kennedy some very influential members of his staff proffered a document entitled “Justification for U.S. Military Intervention in Cuba,”[4] dated 13 March 1962, which recommended a fake attack on America for the sole purpose of instigating an invasion against communist Cuba. According to them, this fake attack might incorporate any of the following strategies: hijacked airplanes, bombings, “innocent people to be shot on American streets” and blameless people would be held accountable for acts they did not commit. The proponents of this nefarious scheme stated “We could develop a Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington.” So intent on their political agenda, that they were willing to target a specific group of individuals who would then be incorrectly vilified as terrorists.

This covert plan was called Operations Northwoods [5]and apparently had been drawn up before Kennedy was even inaugurated. Kennedy categorically opposed the Northwoods plan. His endorsement would have cost the lives of many Americans as well as Cubans fighting in a devised war driven by the globalist agenda.

Read the complete PART 6 here.


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