The elites need a fabricated Apocalypse

Submitted by Brandon Smith of Alt-Market blog,

For years now at Alt-Market (and I have carefully outlined the most likely path of collapse to take place within the U.S., and a vital part of that analysis included economic destabilization caused by a loss of the dollar’s world reserve status and petro-status.  I have also always made clear that this fiscal crisis event would not occur in the midst of a political vacuum.  The central banks and international financiers that created our ongoing and developing disaster are NOT going to allow the destruction of the American economy, the dollar, or global markets without a cover event designed to hide their culpability.  They need something big.  Something so big that the average citizen is overwhelmed with fear and confusion.  A smoke and mirrors magic trick so raw and soul shattering it leaves the very population of the Earth mesmerized and helpless to understand the root of the nightmare before them.  The elites need a fabricated Apocalypse.

Enter Syria…

I have been warning about the Syrian trigger point for a very long time.  Syria’s mutual defense pact with Iran, its strong ties to Russia, the Russian naval base off its coast, the advanced Russian weaponry in it’s arsenal, its proximity to vulnerable oil shipping lanes, all make the nation a perfect catalyst for a global catastrophe.  The civil war in Syria is already spreading into neighboring countries like Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon, and if one looks at the facts objectively, the entire war is a product of covert action on the part of the U.S. and its allies.

The U.S. trained, armed, and funded the insurgency using Al Qaeda operatives.  Saudi Arabia has sent funding and arms as well.  Israel has aided the rebels using air strikes within Syria’s borders (even though this means that the Israeli government is essentially helping their supposed mortal enemies).  This war would NOT be taking place today without the express efforts of the West.  Period.

If one takes more than a brief examination of the Syrian insurgency, they would find an organization of monsters.  Wretched amoral wetwork ghouls whose crimes have been thoroughly documented, including the mass executions of unarmed captured soldiers, the torture and beheading of innocent civilians, the mutilation and cannibalism of dead bodies, and the institution of theological tyranny on a terrified populace.  The U.S. created and unleashed these demons, and now, we the people are being asked by the White House to support them through force of arms.

But what is the goal here…?

The goal, I believe, is to utterly transform the world’s political, economic, and social systems.  The goal is to generate intense fear; fear that can be used as capital to buy, as the globalists call it, a “new world order”.  Syria is the first domino in a long chain of calamities; what the Rand Corporation sometimes refers to as a “linchpin”.  As I write this, the Obama Administration is moving naval and ground forces into position and clamoring in a painfully pathetic fashion to convince the American public that 90% of us are “wrong” and that a strike on Syria is, in fact, necessary.  It appears that the establishment is dead set on starting this chain reaction and accelerating the global collapse.  So, if a strike does occur, what can we expect to happen over the next few years?  Here is a rundown…

1) Many U.S. allies will refrain from immediate participation in an attack on Syria.  Obama will continue unilaterally (or with the continued support of Israel and Saudi Arabia), placing even more focus on the U.S. as the primary cause of the crisis.

2) Obama will attempt to mitigate public outcry by limiting attacks to missile strikes, but these strikes will be highly ineffective compared to previous wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

3) A no fly zone will be established, but the U.S. navy will seek to stay out of range of high grade Russian missile technology in the hands of Syria, and this will make response time to the Syrian Air Force more difficult.  Expect much higher American naval and air force casualties compared to Iraq and Afghanistan.

4) Iran will immediately launch troops and arms in support of Syria.  Syria will become a bewildering combat soup of various fighting forces battling on ideological terms, rather than over pure politics and borders.  Battles will spread into other countries, covertly and overtly, much like during Vietnam.

5) Israel will probably be the first nation to send official ground troops into Syria (and likely Iran), citing a lack of effectiveness of U.S. airstrikes.  American troops will follow soon after.

6) Iran will shut down the Straight of Hormuz sinking multiple freighters in the narrow shipping lane and aiming ocean skimming missiles at any boats trying to clear the wreckage.  Oil exports through the straight of Hormuz will stop for months, cutting 20% of the world’s oil supply overnight.

7) The Egyptian civil war, now underway but ignored by the mainstream, will explode due to increased anger over U.S. presence in Syria.  The Suez Canal will become a dangerous shipping option for oil exporters.  Many will opt to travel around the Horn of Africa, adding two weeks to shipping time and increasing the cost of the oil carried.

8) Saudi Arabia will see an uprising of insurgency that has been brewing under the surface for years.

9) Gasoline prices will skyrocket.  I am predicting a 75%-100% increase in prices within two-three months of any strike on Syria.

10) Travel will become difficult if not impossible with high gasoline costs.  What little of our economy was still thriving on vacation dollars will end.  Home purchases will fall even further than before because of the extreme hike in travel expenses required for families to move.

11) Russia will threaten to limit or cut off all natural gas exports to the EU if they attempt to join with the U.S. in aggression against Syria.  The EU will comply due to their dependency on Russian energy.

12) Russia will position naval forces in the Mediterranean to place pressure on the U.S.  I feel the possibility of Russia initiating direct confrontation with the U.S. is limited, mainly because countries like Russia and China do not need to engage the U.S. through force of arms in order to strike a painful blow.

13) China and Russia will finally announce their decision to drop the dollar completely as the world reserve currency.  A process which already began back in 2005, and which global banks have been fully aware of for years.

14) Because of China’s position as the number one exporter and importer in the world, many nations will follow suit in dumping the dollar in bilateral trade.  The dollar’s value will implode.  China, Russia, and the war in Syria will be blamed, and global banks including the Federal Reserve will be ignored as the true culprits.

15) The combination of high energy prices and a devaluing dollar will strike retail prices hard.  Expect a doubling of prices on all goods.  Look for many imported goods to begin disappearing from shelves.

16) Homelessness will expand exponentially as cuts to welfare programs, including food stamps, are made inevitable.  However, welfare will not disappear, it will merely be “adjusted” to fit different goals.  The homeless themselves will be treated like criminals.  The roaming bands of jobless drifters common during the Great Depression will not exist during a modern crisis.  State and Federal agencies will pursue an “out of sight, out of mind” policy towards the indigent, forcing them into “aid shelters” or other bureaucratic contraptions designed to conditioning the homeless to accept refugee status, making them totally dependent on federal scraps, but also prisoners on federally designated camps.

17) Terrorist attacks (false flag or otherwise) will spread like wildfire.  Israel is highly susceptible.  The U.S. may see a string of attacks, including cyber attacks on infrastructure.  Syria and it’s supporters will be blamed regardless of evidence.  The White House will begin broad institution of authoritarian powers, including continuity of government executive orders, the Patriot Act, the NDAA, etc.

18) Martial Law may not even be officially declared, but the streets of America will feel like martial law none the less.

19) False paradigms will flood the mainstream as the establishment seeks to divide American citizens.  The conflict will be painted as Muslim against Christian, black against white, poor against rich (but not the super rich elites, of course).  Liberty Movement activists will be labeled “traitors” for “undermining government credibility” during a time of crisis.  The Neo-Conservatives will place all blame on Barack Obama.  Neo-Liberals will blame conservatives as “divisive”.  Liberty Movement activists will point out that both sides are puppets of the same international cabal, and be labeled “traitors” again.  The establishment will try to coax Americans into turning their rage on each other.

20) The Homeland Security apparatus will be turned completely inward, focusing entirely on “domestic enemies”.  The domain of the TSA will be expanded onto highways and city streets.  Local police will be fully federalized.  Northcom will field soldiers within U.S. border to deal with more resistant quarters of the country.  Totalitarianism will become the norm.

What Can We Do Right Now?

The level of collapse, I suspect, will not be total.  The government is not going to disappear, rather, it will become more dominant in its posture.  Certain sections of the country will be maintained while others fall apart.  The IMF will move in to “help” the ailing U.S. economy by tying funding to the SDR (Special Drawing Rights).  America’s economy will be absorbed by the IMF.  Constitutional protections will be fully erased in the name of reestablishing “law and order”, with the promise that the loss of our civil liberties is “only temporary”.

If the U.S. strikes Syria, and refuses to disengage, these things WILL happen.  So, the next question is what can we do about it?

1) Given that this crisis is going to be riding a wave of extremely high energy prices, every single Liberty Movement activist (and every American for that matter) should be stockpiling energy reserves.  Motor oil, gasoline (with gas saver), diesel fuel, propane, etc. should be at the top of your list right now.  A generator should be next.  Prices are only going to rise from here on out.  Buy reserves now, before it is too late.

2) Everyone in the Liberty Movement should have at least minimal solar power capability.  A couple of 100 watt panels, an inverter, a charge controller, and two-four deep cycle batteries can be had for under $1000.  You may not be able to run your house on it, but you can at least charge important electronics, run a well pump, run some lights, a security system, etc.

3) The internet as we know it will no longer exist.  The White House will apply preexisting executive orders on U.S. communications to restrict internet use, or, a convenient cyber attack will take place, opening the door for federal controls.  The web will likely still operate, but only as a shell of its former greatness.  Certain sites and email providers will be designated “safe”, while others will be designated “unsafe”.  This leaves a gaping hole in our society’s ability to communicate information quickly and efficiently, and, it removes the alternative media from the picture.  The best solution I can present for this problem is Ham Radio, which is very difficult for the establishment to shut down.  Ham Radio communication chains could take the place of the internet as a lower-tech but useful means of spreading information across the country.  In the next few months, EVERYONE in the Liberty Movement should have a Ham Radio set, or handheld model, and they should know how to use it.

4) Harden your home during the next few months.  Place security bars on windows, and replace weak doors with steel core doors. An internal lock bar will still frustrate entry by those who might blast hinges.  Add a fire suppression system for good measure.  This might sound like overkill, but if you want to be able to sleep at night during such an event, you must make your home your castle.  No one should be able to enter your house without your permission.

5) Learn a useful trade right now.  If you don’t already know how to produce or fix a necessary item or commodity, take the next six months to learn how.  If you don’t know how to teach a valuable skill, get to work.  Barter and trade will become the primary method of economy during a dollar collapse. Make sure you are sought after within your local economy.

6) Cache items before winter begins.  Do not assume you will be able to stay on your homestead indefinitely.  There are no guarantees during collapse.  A wildfire could reduce your neighborhood to ashes in hours.  Your home could be overrun.  Make sure you have secondary supplies in a safe location just in case.

7) Find two friends (or more) right now that are willing to coordinate with you in the event that the worst happens.  This means mutual aid and defense.  This means predetermined arrangements for supplies, communications, meeting spots, and security.  Do it now.  Do not wait until our situation worsens.

8) Buy six months worth of food over the course of the next two months.  Bulk food, freeze dried, MRE’s, whatever.  Just buy it.  Have a lot of food already?  I don’t care.  Buy six more months of supplies now.  You’ll thank me later.

9) Cultivate nutrient rich soil before winter begins.  Buy a truckload of planting soil and manure and create a garden space if you have not already.  Purchase extensive seed storage.  Compile books on growing methods.

10) Gauge the temperament of your neighborhood.  If all of your neighbors are mindless brain eating zombies, then perhaps it would be better to share a home with a prepared family member in another region now.  If not, then start a neighborhood watch.  Two or three families working together is far stronger than only one, and can change the temperament of an entire block of homes.

11) Train for tactical movement over the next three months.  Learn how to move, shoot, and communicate as a team.  Learn your strengths and weaknesses today or suffer the consequences tomorrow.

12) Prepare yourself mentally for conflict and self defense.  Sign up for at least six months of hand to hand defense training.  Learn how to deal with the mental and emotional strain of another person trying to harm you.  Get used to the idea, because where we’re headed, someone, at some point, will probably want to do you in.  Always maintain your conscience and your principles, but never allow yourself to become a victim.

The Tension Is Palpable

As I have said many times before, a fight is coming.  There is no way around it.  But this fight must be fought intelligently, and we must never forget who the REAL enemy is.

If a revolution ensues and Obama loses control, the establishment could simply trigger a Neo-Con or military coup in order to placate the masses and fool Constitutionalists into believing they have been saved.  Useless solutions will be presented to the people, including new leadership composed of more old guard elitists, a disastrous Constitutional Convention, or limited secession (which will never be honored by the establishment anyway).  The purpose of these false solutions will be to fool you into relaxing your vigilance, distracting you from seeking justice against globalist organizations, or, to redirect your energies away from self sufficient communities, counties, and states, ready to dispel aggressive establishment elements.

Beware of those who grasp too readily for leadership over you.  Real leaders stand as teachers, not oligarchs, and rarely do they take on the role without considerable reservations.  Never trust anyone who does not immediately back their promises with tangible action.  And, never forget that we fight not just for the removal of one particular tyrant, but for Constitutional liberty itself.  One must follow the other, or there has been no victory.

Though it is depressingly difficult to see in times like these, there is indeed good in this world.  There are ideals, and aspirations, and visions, and loves worth standing up for, worth fighting for, and worth dying for.  There is still a future worth striving for at the end of the long night.  There are dreams here, in the hearts of men, worth realizing.  We do not necessarily battle for what humanity is, but for what we have the potential to become.  The tides of society may shift and storm, the chaos may become unbearable, and the world may tear apart until it is unrecognizable.   The agents of dominion believe they are the only constant, but there is another.  In time, the dim pale of tyranny will always break in the light of freedom’s resolute.  Get ready, honorable Liberty Movement, our work has just begun.


Source : Zero Hedge

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Le pape François veut rapprocher islam et christianisme

Pour l’Aid al-Fitr, fin du ramadan, le pape François a appelé vendredi 2 août chrétiens et musulmans à abattre les barrières de la méfiance et du mépris en invitant au « respect mutuel » entre les deux religions monothéistes.

Le pape a signé en son nom personnel le message annuel du Conseil pour le dialogue interreligieux du Vatican « comme expression d’estime et d’amitié envers tous les musulmans, spécialement envers leurs chefs religieux », a-t-il écrit. Seul Jean-Paul II avait fait de même en 1991.

Lire la tribune : « Le pape François n’est pas un révolutionnaire »

Dans ce texte, adressé « aux musulmans partout dans le monde », qu’il appelle« chers amis », François invite à « réfléchir » à « la promotion du respect mutuel à travers l’éducation » et exhorte les deux religions à « éviter la critique injustifiée ou diffamatoire » de l’autre.

Il les encourage notamment les jeunes à « penser et à parler de manière respectueuse des autres religions et de ceux qui les pratiquent, en évitant deridiculiser ou de dénigrer leurs convictions et leurs rites ».


Dans une déclaration liminaire, le pape François appelle à ne pas traiter les chrétiens en citoyens de seconde zone et à ne pas les expulser de leurs terres d’origine, notamment au Moyen-Orient.

« C’est pour cela que l’on réservera un respect particulier aux chefs religieux et aux lieux de culte, [car] « quelles sont douloureuses ces attaques perpétrées contre l’un ou l’autre de ceux-ci ! »

Il dénonce également les lieux où de nombreux chrétiens, notamment dans le berceau du christianisme, au Proche-Orient, n’ont pas le droit d’exercer leur religion et sont parfois tués ou contraints à l’exil par des groupes islamistes.

Les relations entre islam et christianisme s’étaient tendues à la suite de la controverse de Ratisbonne, en 2006, dans laquelle Benoît XVI avait sembléassimiler islam et violence.

La mosquée d’Al-Azhar du Caire, une des hautes autorités du sunnisme, avait rompu toute relation début 2011, après que le pape eut condamné un attentat à Alexandrie dans lequel de nombreux chrétiens étaient morts.

Sources : Le Monde et E&R

Ils mangent en public en plein ramadan

Plus de 500 Algériens ont mangé et bu en public en plein ramadan samedi dans la ville « rebelle » de Tizi Ouzou, dans une première action collective du genre pour marquer leur liberté de choix face à « l’islamisation » du pays.

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 « Il y a un climat de terreur qui règne contre ceux qui ne jeûnent pas » durant le mois de jeûne sacré musulman du ramadan, dénonce à l’AFP l’un d’eux, Ali, la quarantaine, un technicien de cette ville kabyle située à 100 km d’Alger. Tahar Bessalah, un entrepreneur en climatisation kabyle venu d’Alger, acquiesce. « Il faut que la religion reste du domaine du privé », dit-il en s’affirmant « musulman de tradition mais pas jeûneur ».

Parmi les participants à cette action, figurent des citoyens sans affiliation et des militants politiques, surtout berbères, qui n’hésitent pas à afficher le drapeau berbère. Un étudiant de 18 ans, Lounès, va encore plus loin en arborant une pancarte sur laquelle est écrit: « Je ne suis pas arabe. Je ne suis pas obligé d’être musulman ».

Troubles sanglants
La ville de Tizi Ouzou a été le théâtre de troubles parfois sanglants liés aux revendications culturelles et identitaires des Kabyles qui ont très mal vécu les politiques d’arabisation imposées par le gouvernement depuis l’indépendance. Face à un public essentiellement jeune et masculin, armé de bouteilles d’eau, de jus, de pain, de cigarettes et même de bières pour l’un d’eux, le président du Mouvement pour l’autonomie de la Kabylie (MAK), Bouaziz Aït Chebib, a revendiqué « l’attachement ancestral » des Kabyles « à la liberté de conscience ».

« Nous voulons dénoncer l’inquisition des autorités », « l’instrumentalisation de la religion », lance-t-il, applaudi par les manifestants postés devant la préfecture sur le principal axe routier de cette ville de quelque 150.000 habitants, sans le moindre contrôle apparent de forces de sécurité. Et d’annoncer que des manifestations similaires sont prévues ce jour à Bejaïa, ville portuaire kabyle, et même en France et au Canada, où vivent d’importantes communautés kabyles.

Pendant le ramadan durant lequel les musulmans s’abstiennent de boire, de manger, de fumer et d’avoir des relations sexuelles du lever jusqu’au coucher du soleil, les restaurants sont ouverts seulement dans les hôtels de luxe, et les autorités tout autant que les religieux incitent la population à respecter le jeûne, l’un des cinq piliers de l’islam. Jusque dans les années 1980, dans les villes au moins, les restaurants étaient ouverts et ne jeûnaient que ceux qui le voulaient.

« Islamisation rampante » de l’Algérie
La guerre anti-islamiste de plus de dix ans (à partir des années 1990) a changé la donne. Depuis, la société civile et nombre de partis d’opposition dénoncent ce qu’ils appellent « l’islamisation rampante » de l’Algérie, accentuée avec le Printemps arabe qui a vu l’arrivée au pouvoir d’islamistes dans plusieurs pays. Ce rassemblement à Tizi Ouzou, l’une des principales villes de Kabylie, a été lancé dans la foulée d’un contrôle de police effectué sur dénonciation le 19 juillet dans un bar fermé d’une commune proche, Tigzirt, où des jeunes déjeunaient. Le propriétaire, qui s’était vu retirer sa licence, a finalement pu la récupérer, selon la presse.

Le Wali de Tizi Ouzou, Abdelkader Bouazeghi, avait alors expliqué qu’il s’agissait de « vérifications de routine ». Ce n’était pas la première fois que des mesures au moins vexatoires étaient prises contre des non jeûneurs. Des chrétiens algériens se sont même retrouvés devant la justice ces dernières années pour avoir refusé de faire carême.

« Quelque 80% des Algériens sont d’accord avec ceux qui protestent contre le pouvoir grandissant des religieux dans le pays », dit le technicien Ali. Pour Hamid, un retraité de Tizi Ouzou venu exprimer son soutien au mouvement, « il faut bien mettre un holà à tout cela: on ne peut pas forcer tout le monde à aller au paradis », la fin ultime « promise » à tout pratiquant.

Source : 7sur7, Express et E&R

Israël vient de déclencher officiellement la guerre occidental contre l’islam

Source : Le Citoyen Engagé

ONPC: Critiquer le christianisme – comme l’Islam – est de bon ton. Pourtant le christianisme, qu’on le veuille ou non, a façonné la France