Flag-waving media derided


Here we go again. The Masters of Deception are setting up the next excuse for another war.


Here we go again. The Masters of Deception are setting up the next excuse for another war.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is warning the Syrian government that these alleged chemical weapons are “unacceptable”.

This was not a problem 25 years ago, when the U.S. was encouraging Saddam Hussein to use these types of abominations against Iran.

U.S. Gen. Wesley Clark alerted us 10 years ago that the Pentagon had seven Middle-East countries lined up for future invasions, including Iraq, Libya and Syria as well as Iran.

Iraq wasn’t enough, neither was Libya. The bankers need higher profits from their ownership of the armaments industries.

The DoD needs a bigger budget. Who can resist this avalanche of money power?

Bogus provocations, known as ‘False Flag’ operations, have been a proven technique since Hitler invaded Poland in 1939.

We need more independence from our media, not flag waving, that may lead to nuclear war.

Herb Spencer, Surrey



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