- "My vision of a New World Order foresees a U.N.
with a revitalized peacekeeping function. It is the sacred principles enshrined
in the U.N. Charter to which we henceforth pledge our allegiance."
- - President George Bush, ex-CIA director, Knights of
Malta, Skull & Bones, Trilateral Commission, addressing the General
Assembly of the U.N., February 1,1992.
- "The Bush Administration, would like to make the
U.N. a cornerstone of its plans to construct a New World Order"
- - Time Magazine, September 17, 1990
- "The Persian Gulf crisis is a rare opportunity to
forge new bonds with old enemies [the Soviet Union]...Out of these troubled
times a New World Order can emerge under a United Nations that performs
as envisioned by its founders."
- - President George H. W Bush in a speech to Congress
on SEPTEMBER 11, 1990, exactly 11 years before Operation 9/11
- "What is at stake is more than one small country
[Iraq], it is a big idea - a New World Order."
- - George HW Bush, January 29, 1991, State of the Union
- "I hope history will record that the Gulf crisis
was the crucible of the New World Order."
- - National Security Strategy issued by the White house
and personally signed by George Bush, Sr.
- Sodomizing female prisoners, documented on camera, is
not to "extract information". It was ordered and condoned by
the intelligence agencies, not only to defile and humiliate the prisoners--and
defile the soldiers themselves--but engineered to severely tarnish the
reputation of America (even more than it already was) with the help of
60 Minutes, the general media and all involved in now suddenly exposing
- Torture has been exposed in Guantanamo Bay for over 2
years now. Torture and other abuses of prisoners in Iraq by coalition forces
has been known for over a year since the invasion. Yet, all have been downplayed
by the mainstream media. Until now. Why? Think about it.
- In other words, this latest round of abuse was all staged
and meticulously documented, and now heavily hyped in the media as part
of the overall plan to make America into the Bad Cop Evil Empire which
will have to be brought down to heel by the global system Good Cops.
- Hegelian Bonesman hierarch, George Bush Sr stated that
Iraq was the "Crucible of the New World Order", the vessel wherein
the alchemical process of creating a world government tyranny under the
thoroughly corrupt UN would occur. The whole mess there is called "Managed
Chaos" or Order Out of Chaos, i.e., the Masonic Ordo Ab Chao. A set
up. A totally staged event.
- They create the Hegelian crisis to divide and conquer
populations and then offer their pre-conceived "solutions". Even
the war crimes going down as we watch them unfold are engineered, designed,
condoned and even ordered by the intelligence agencies...to damage the
reputation of this great country of ours, to foment the Arab world for
WWIII and drag to us through the mud internationally in order to bring
us down and make us the bad guys, the Evil Empire--SO THAT--so that the
"International Community", i.e. the UN World Government can step
in as the savior and be the good guys to "save the day" and thenceforth
America will become just another province of the global neo-feudal system
just as Nazi Germany became absorbed in the new European Community, and
now the vastly expanding EU Soviet.
- Got that?
- So THIS is Bush's true agenda, as well as Kofi Annan's
and all the other globalists as well. This is essentially how American
might and resources are being used to spearhead the globalists agenda worldwide,
but to end up by being swallowed up in it, spread thin, corrupted, destroyed
and assimilated itself.
- This globalist bait-and-switch, more than oil or juicy
contracts or "Pax Americana", is at the root of it all. But even
deeper down the rabbit hole, you will find a Masonic occult agenda behind
all of it to create the worldwide satanic system of mind-control, for the
globalists to set themselves up as living gods ruling over the slave drones
serving the New World Order in a global Big Brother high-tech "Hive
Mind" police-state system which we see rapidly unfolding in the Trilateralist
regions of Europe, Asia and in the Americas.
- Unless...we wake up to these Hegelian machinations--which
I do not see happening anytime soon.
- Too many people are too brainwashed by either the Right
or the Left sides of the false paradigm, or too stupid to see, or too morally
bankrupt to care I do hope this horrible state of affairs will change for
the better. I myself will keep hoping and keep fighting for the truth till
the very end
- Paul Walker
- Agence France Presse - May 2, 2004
- US general suggests military intelligence had role in
- Brigadier General Janis Karpinski
- WASHINGTON: A US Army Reserve general whose soldiers
were photographed abusing Iraqi prisoners said Saturday the prison cellblock
involved was under the tight control of military intelligence, which may
have encouraged the abuse, according to the New York Times.
- Brigadier General Janis Karpinski told the newspaper
in a telephone interview that the special high-security cellblock at the
Abu Gharib prison outside Baghdad had been under the direct control of
Army intelligence officers, not the reservists under her command.
- Her comments follow a report in The New Yorker magazine,
which indicated that abuse of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Gharib may have been
ordered by US military intelligence to extract information from the captives.
- Seymour Hersh, investigative reporter for The New Yorker,
said that Staff Sergeant Ivan Frederick, one of six US military policemen
accused of humiliating Iraqi prisoners wrote home in January that he had
"questioned some of the things" he saw inside the prison, but
that "the answer I got was, 'This is how military intelligence wants
- Karpinski was formally admonished in January and "quietly
suspended" from commanding the 800th Military Police Brigade while
- The Times quotes Karpinski as saying she believed military
commanders were trying to shift the blame exclusively to her and other
reservists and away from intelligence officers still at work in Iraq.
- "We're disposable," she is quoted as saying.
"Why would they want the active-duty people to take the blame? They
want to put this on the MPs and hope that this thing goes away. Well, it's
not going to go away."
- Karpinski said the special cellblock, known as 1A, was
one of about two dozen cellblocks in the large prison complex and was essentially
off limits to soldiers who were not part of the interrogations, including
virtually all of the military police under her command, the paper said.
- She said she was not defending the actions of the reservists
who took part in the brutality, who were part of her command.
- But she added she was also alarmed that little attention
has been paid to the Army military intelligence unit that controlled Cellblock
1A, where her soldiers guarded the Iraqi detainees between interrogations,
The Times said.
- She said military intelligence officers were in and out
of the cellblock "24 hours a day," often to escort prisoners
to and from an interrogation center away from the prison cells.
- "They were in there at two in the morning, they
were there at four in the afternoon," said General Karpinski is quoted
as saying. "This was no nine-to-five job"
- Karpinski also said that CIA employees often participated
in the interrogations at the prison complex, according to the report.
- - AFP
- US general suggests military intelligence had role in
abuses A US Army Reserve general whose soldiers were photographed abusing
Iraqi prisoners said Saturday the prison cellblock involved was under the
tight control of military intelligence, which may have encouraged the abuse,
according to the New York Times.
- Abuse may have been 'order'
- Abuse of Iraqi prisoners that sparked worldwide condemnation
may have been ordered by US military intelligence to extract information
from the captives, and was possibly more cruel than officially acknowledged,
The New Yorker magazine and Britain's daily Guardian reported on Saturday
Seymour Hersh, investigative reporter for The New Yorker, said that Staff
Sergeant Ivan Frederick, one of six US military policemen accused of humiliating
Iraqi prisoners at the Abu Gharib prison outside Baghdad, wrote home in
January that he had "questioned some of the things" he saw inside
the prison, but that "the answer I got was, 'This is how military
intelligence wants it done'."
- CIA behind Iraqi prisoner abuse
- A US Army Reserve general whose soldiers were photographed
abusing Iraqi prisoners has said the prison cellblock involved was under
the tight control of military intelligence, which may have encouraged the
abuse. Brigadier General Janis Karpinski told The New York Times in a telephone
interview that the special high-security cellblock at the Abu Ghraib prison
outside Baghdad had been under the direct control of army intelligence
officers, not the reservists under her command.
- The Truth About Abu Ghraib
- Comments from Abuzaid in Iraq, Bush, and the Pentagon,
all express disgust over the abuse (I'd call it torture) of prisoners being
held at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. We are told it is "under investigation."
Actually, it has been "under investigation" since January. The
US public is being led to believe that this is an isolated incident by
some rogue US soldiers. The story emerging paints a very different picture.
Virtually missing from all US reports is that the CIA, military intelligence,
and private contractors were hired at the prison to direct "interrogation,"
and that US soldiers most likely were following their orders in torturing
- I was left bloody and bruised. Now we've become the torturers
In the 1991 Gulf war John Nichol, an RAF navigator, was shot down over
Iraq, beaten up and paraded on TV. He gives his reaction to the images
of allied brutality.
- They are the images I thought I would never have to see
again, sickening pictures of Iraqi prisoners, naked, tortured and humiliated.
Surely liberation from Saddam Hussein's brutal, evil regime had seen an
end to all of that? Yet here they are, photographs of American soldiers
abusing prisoners in Iraq's notorious Abu Ghraib's dungeon and of British
servicemen brutalising captives in Basra.
- Iraq prisoners faced "sadistic" abuses
- Iraqi prisoners have faced numerous "sadistic, blatant
and wanton criminal abuses" by U.S. soldiers, including sodomy and
beatings, according to a U.S. Army report quoted by the New Yorker magazine.
- Arab League: Iraqi Prison Photos 'Beyond Disgust'
- The Arab League said on Saturday photos showing U.S.
soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners were "beyond disgust" and that
such acts might have been expected from Saddam Hussein, but not those claiming
to bring freedom. Hossam Zaki, spokesman for the Cairo-based body, said
the League had complained of abuses by U.S.-led forces after a mission
to Iraq in December. The League feared more cases of ill-treatment were
going unnoticed, he said. The CBS News program "60 Minutes II"
on Wednesday aired photos taken at the Abu Ghraib prison last year showing
U.S. troops abusing Iraqis held at what was once a notorious center of
torture and executions under ousted President Saddam Hussein. "It
is beyond the words of despicable acts and disgust that we feel at watching
such photographs," Zaki told Reuters.
- These are some of the most graphic photos on the net
of U.S. and British abuse of prisoners. Includes many photos of rape and
sodomy by US forces.
- 60 Minutes II talked about the prison and shared pictures
of what Americans did there with two men who have extensive interrogation
experience: Former Marine Lt. Col. Bill Cowan and former CIA Bureau Chief
Bob Baer. "I visited Abu Ghraib a couple of days after it was liberated.
It was the most awful sight I've ever seen. I said, 'If there's ever a
reason to get rid of Saddam Hussein, it's because of Abu Ghraib,'"
says Baer. "There were bodies that were eaten by dogs, torture. You
know, electrodes coming out of the walls. It was an awful place."
"We went into Iraq to stop things like this from happening, and indeed,
here they are happening under our tutelage," says Cowan.
- The Abu Ghraib Prison Photos
- It's the "liberation" of the Iraqi people
- These are just some of the photos that led to an investigation
into conditions at the Abu Ghraib prison, now run by the occupation authorities,
as revealed in a shocking report broadcast by CBS on 60 Minutes II.