By David Icke
day 2005 marks the beginning of the next, and even more extreme,
stage of the Orwellian global state. If anyone thought the
first Bush term breached the realms of insanity, they’d
better hold on and strap in.
The new Bush cabinet is dominated to an even greater extent by
the Illuminati neocon conspirators
9/11, the invasions of Afghanistan
and Iraq, and the removal of basic human freedoms. The appointment
of Condoleezza Rice has ensured that the State Department
will be at one with the wingnuts at the Pentagon, and
Stephen Hadley, the National Security Advisor, will ’advise’
whatever his close associates, Rice and Cheney, tell
In the new Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales, we have
a man with a criminal disregard for human rights and civil
liberties, and Michael Chertoff, the new
’Homeland Security’, played a leading role in drafting U.S.
’anti-terror’ laws in the wake of 9/11 that removed basic freedoms
from the American people. As we have seen with purges at the CIA,
FBI and elsewhere, any personnel not ’on message’ throughout
the government and its agencies have been, or are being,
systematically removed from positions of influence.
The prime centers of government, military, legal, and economic power
are all occupied by extremists who either want to set the
world ablaze or will unquestioningly serve those who do.
There is no need to speculate on the agenda these sick people will
follow in the next four years. It was detailed by the neocon
front, the Project for the New American Century (PNAC),
in its September 2000 document, Strategies, Forces and Resources
For A New Century. This proposed a ’blueprint for maintaining
global U.S. pre-eminence, precluding the rise of a great power
rival, and shaping the international security order in line with
American principles and interests’. What it called this ’American
grand strategy’ had to be advanced ’as far into the future as
possible’ and it says that the U.S. must ’fight and decisively win
multiple, simultaneous major theatre wars’ as a ’core mission’.
American armed forces were described as ’the cavalry on the
new American frontier’ and these were the very policies pursued
in the first Bush term. The report also said:
Allies like the UK are ’the most
effective and efficient means of exercising American global
Peacekeeping missions demand
’American political leadership rather than that of the United
Even should Saddam pass from
the scene, bases in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait will remain
permanently, despite domestic opposition in the Gulf regimes to
the stationing of U.S. troops, as ’Iran may well prove as large
a threat to U.S. interests as Iraq has’.
North Korea, Libya, Syria and
Iran are dangerous regimes and their existence justifies the
creation of a "world-wide command-and-control system" [World
Army]. It was a neocon speech writer, David Frum,
who wrote Bush’s State of the Union address which talked of an ’Axis
of Evil’ - Iraq, Iran and North Korea.
China should be targeted for
’regime change’ and the report says ’it is time to increase the
presence of American forces in Southeast Asia’ that may lead to
’American and allied power providing the spur to the process of
democratization in China’.
’U.S. Space Forces’ should
dominate space and it calls for the total control of cyberspace
to prevent ’enemies’ [anyone exposing the agenda] using the
Internet against the U.S.
The U.S. should consider the use
of biological weapons and that ’new’ methods of attack -
electronic, ’non-lethal’, biological - will be more widely
available ... combat likely will take place in new dimensions,
in space, cyberspace, and perhaps the world of microbes ...
advanced forms of biological warfare that can ’target’
specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the
realm of terror to a politically useful tool.
the language: ’specific genotypes’ - the biological
targeting of specific races. Who said Hitler was dead?
While following this fascist agenda, the same people had the nerve
to say that Iraq must be invaded because it had biological weapons.
Condoleezza Rice continued this neocon theme in the
days before the inauguration when she talked about ’outposts of
tyranny’ where the U.S. must help ’bring freedom’. She named them as
Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Zimbabwe, Burma and Belarus.
Bush’s inauguration speech, written for him by his neocon handlers,
included lines such as:
’The survival of liberty in our land
increasingly depends on the success of liberty in other lands’.
’The best hope for peace in our
world is the expansion of freedom in all the world’.
This is Orwellian-speak for ’we
have other lands to conquer’ and key to their strategy is Iran
and North Korea. The latter target is connected to the neocon plans
for a conflict with China, which borders North Korea.
When I say ’they,’ or the ’neocons,’ I don’t mean
America; I mean the forces that control America. The
agenda has nothing to do with America’s best interests - look at the
demolition of its economy and currency alone in the wake of its wars
of conquest. This is about using America to destroy America as a
super power, both economically and militarily, because a super power
and the planned world dictatorship do not go together. Thus, they
want both America and China to destroy each other and come under the
heel of the global fascist state.
where do they go from here?
The Illuminati/neocon attacks of September 11th
provided the excuse to invade the strategically-placed
Afghanistan and this momentum led on to the invasion and
occupation of Iraq. But now they are bogged down and
stretched to the limits militarily and, in the light of the lies
about weapons of mass destruction, the U.S. and British governments
have lost all credibility with vast numbers of their electorate. For
Bush or Blair to say they have to invade Iran
because of ’weapons of mass destruction’ would be met with both
hysterical laughter and massive opposition, especially in the UK
where Blair and mendacity have become synonymous in the public mind.
This leaves them with two options:
to drop the agenda for further
conquest (no chance)
or to orchestrate another
9/11-style ’problem’ that they could blame on their next
target, almost certainly Iran
I wouldn’t expect them to wait too long
to begin the process now Bush has launched his second term.
This ’problem’ could be nuclear or chemical attacks on the United
States, maybe Britain and other targets, too. It could be
any number of potential horrors (problem) to terrify the
people (reaction) that would lead to
the fall-guy country (solution). This would allow them to
justify to the gullible sections of the population the unleashing of
’shock and awe’ against yet another nation. It would also be the
excuse to introduce the military draft.
and co denied before the election that they planned compulsory
military service, but this was just another blatant lie. They are
already at the limit of their capability using those in uniform by
choice and without an enormous influx of battle-fodder they could
not possibly ’fight and decisively win multiple, simultaneous major
theatre wars’ as a ’core mission’. To expand into other regions they
need the young and not-so-young of America to fight and die for
their cause of human enslavement. That means the draft.
One event that would pull all these strands together would be the
assassination of President Bush and I certainly would not rule
it out. It would not change the neocon policy if Bush
were removed because he’s just a front man for them and if he
were killed the next president would be the neocon super-extremist,
the brutal and horrific Dick Cheney. The benefits of a
Bush assassination would be enormous to
the Illuminati and their neocons.
It would have such a massive effect on the American collective
psyche that the draft could be introduced and other wars launched
with a fraction of the opposition they would otherwise face. It is
certainly a possibility in my view.
Tales from the Time Loop for the
detailed background to the neocons)