You covered a lot of ground there, so I need to pare it down to more meat and potatoes.
Christine wrote: As long as world leaders' policies are tied to Israel we have a problem.
Something is certainly going on there, even right down to potential U.S. Presidential candidates being trotted over to Israel in the early days. But they have to pay homage elsewhere as well, so at least it's not *just* Israel.
Now also, I continue to have a problem with the focus continuing to be moored in one small sliver of time, the 1930's and 40's. To me it's like looking at our problem with Japan starting on December 7, 1941.
You know? Events don't just happen out of thin air, there is always a long story leading up to these major events. In the case of Japan it changes everything when we see that1941 actually began with a very closed off nation just wanting to be left alone by the rest of the world centuries ago, and the West forcing their was in at gun point as usual to wind up making them like us.
I like to see timelines, like why was the creation of an Israeli nation being discussed in the WW 1 time? Or like, is the elite group of Jewish bankers the same as the Babylonian bankers? Back to Sumer? Are these all the same people throughout our known history? If so, why does what they may have caused in the 1930's so much different than any other time they pulled their shit? Were they ultimately responsible for setting off the wacky chain of events that led to WW 1 as well? Might they have had influence to start the American and French Revolutions as well?
Drawing it back in: I don't know why no one really cares about other horrific events that occurred during this same era, that's a damn good question! Why Germany, were they really just the fall guy or is there more to it than that?
I have this picture in my head of nations being nothing but vehicles, and I have the same picture of this group of international bankers being nothing but a vehicle as well. For instance: If a couple of hundred years ago it was decided that it was time to capture and cultivate that vast rich area of land to be known one day as America, what better way than have the people, with the blessings of your new puppet government, do it for you. Let them loose, free them to do their thing in unlocking vast riches and marvelous new ideas and inventions. Then when they have done all that work for you, you take it as your own fuck you very much.
If Germany were such a vehicle to be used and then discarded, what might the underlying purpose may have been? I know this is mostly high octane speculation, but I also happen to think there's something to it. I think we need to think bigger, because someone/something else certainly is.
EDIT: It may be that I'm just not a good fit for this thread, if so no problem, just give the nod and I'll leave it alone
The unexamined life is not worth living.