Shift Frequency Highlights September 15-21 2013
The Syrian war is on hold, at least for now. Assad has shrewdly requested that if Syria must turn over its chemical weapons and permit international inspections then Israel should do likewise concerning its nuclear arsenal. Israel has never signed a nuclear nonproliferation agreement, and continues to claim it has no nuclear arsenal. Of course, Israel having no nukes is as believable as Assad inviting UN inspectors to Syria just in time for them to see him kill his citizens with sarin gas.
In other news America’s “too big to fail” criminal banking establishment and its private (mostly foreign-owned) Federal Reserve are desperate for war in the Middle East. The fate of the petrodollar hangs perilously close to demise, a demise assured if the Chinese and Russians gain access to Iran’s oil fields via Syrian ports.
Oh The Tangled Webs We Weave
Now that Syria’s bogged down, Senator Lindsay Graham (R, S.C.) has decided to go for broke and introduce legislation to declare war on Iran. Hmm, I wonder why? Could Graham’s eagerness to pursue Israeli policy possibly be linked to NSA spying and the fact NSA shares all its gathered intelligence with Israel? It’s fairly easy to deduce that blackmail, in addition to bribes, is what makes Congress oh so malleable in the hands of AIPAC policymakers.
The Dept of Homeland Insecurity has been busily buying up huge stores of water, food, ammunition, and health supplies for use in FEMA District 3 (Region 3 includes Washington DC, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia). What does the American government know that it isn’t bothering to share with the American people?
Monsanto is feeling a bit rejected right now, hence its latest successful lobbying effort in Congress. “Tucked into the GOP’s latest bid to gut the Affordable Care Act, the House passed a three-month extension on Friday of the Farmer Assurance Provision rider that circumvents judicial authority regarding the sale and planting of genetically modified crops.” One has to ask if GMOs are so good for humanity why is Monsanto so concerned about getting sued?