Joyanna Adams

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They Start the Wars…for Who?

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President Trump today didn’t score many points with his supporters today. To us, it looks like the man has caved. He has joined the globalists: McCain, and Schumer. Due to the images of children hurt by chemical attack in Syria, he has changed his tune on Syria. America once again, has done the global elites bidding.

This all came quickly:

First: Steve Bannon quit, or was demoted, or whatever. Another man good man falls.

Second: Senator Nunes “excused” himself from the committee of investigations against Susan Rice. Another criminal will go free.

Third: As I write this, it’s being reported that President Trump has sent 56 missiles into Syria.

Forth: and most importantly: Hillary Clinton has come out of hiding, with a new confidence and arrogance that we haven’t seen before, blaming Russia for her loss.

Yes, the bitch is back.

Syria did NOT attack America, and Trump told us he would not take us into wars where the United States was not harmed.

But…oh…the video. Children’ were hurt. Emotional pictures were sent out everywhere.

So, Trump is warring up. If you go by this action…Obamacare will not be replaced, the next coming war will need higher taxes, and more American soldiers could die. When the economy is so bad, it’s usually a war that is the answer. The damage done by Obama is so overwhelming Trump’s promises will be hard or even impossible to reach.

So.

History tells us that our past Presidents have started many a World War….on purpose.

Not even into his first year, and Trump has caved.

This is an excerpt from one of Judge Napolitano Books:

Before his election, FDR said: “I have said it before and I will say it again. Your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars.” His Plan? Provoke the Japanese navy into killing American sailors. ON September 27th 1940, Japan, Germany, and Italy entered into a mutual assistance treaty called the Tripartite Pace. The Pact required the three nations to come to each other’s aid and protection if one of the others in the Pact was attacked. In other words, if Japan attacked the United States, the United States would surely retaliate against its aggressor: in doing so, Germany would surely retaliate against its aggressor and Germany would then come to Japan’s assistance. FDR responded to Churchill’s pleas to enter the war, “Although I many not declare war, I many make war. ”

The McCollum memo. The memo stated: If Japan could be led to commit an overt act of war, so much the better.”  FDR fired Admiral James O. Richardson, commander-in-chief of the U.S. Fleet, who voiced objection to the provocation plan at the White House during a discussion with the president.

FDR confessed, “I just want them to keep popping up here and there and keep the Japs guessing. I don’t mind losing one or two cruisers, but do not take a chance on losing five or six.” Keep in mind, two lost cruisers equal the deaths of 1,980 men, roughly the number of men killed at Pearl Harbor. Moreover, Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson’s diary reveals the intent to provoke an attack when the United States issued as ultimatum to Japan twelve days prior to Pearl Harbor, demand that she removes all troops from China and Indochina, bad break the tripartite treaty with Germany and Italy.  Stimson said, “We face the delicate question of the diplomatic fencing to be done so as to be sure Japan is put into the wrong and makes the first bad move. Overt move.

The U.S. Government marshalling its resources in preparation for a full-scale war including the purchase of “$3.5 billion worth of military supplies from automobile plants alone.” He inserted the draft and said, “Your boys are going into training to form a force so strong that by its very existence it will keep the threat of war from our shoes.” As history, would later prove, this was a complete and utter lie.

The US continued to monitor Japanese communications but consciously chose not to prevent the attack.

AT Pearl Harbor, 2,403 Americans died and 405,399 Americans were eventually killed throughout the course of WWII.

The truth is, the ultimate crisis war is a dear friend of the state. In fact, the government uses war at the ultimate means to expand its own power, size, and scope. It does so in a multitude of ways, to which we will return below: Tax and budget increases, security laws and regulations, nationalization of industry, censorship of speech and expression, suspension of due process, warrantless searches and seizures, and blanket arrest of war resisters. This list goes on and on.

President Trump said that “It’s in our vital National Interest that WMD’s”…yada….yada….what?

Well, this Nobody Wonders why the bullet in the head of a young child in Chicago, Detroit, or St. Louis, is any less dangerous than a chemical weapon? You can kill people with swords and cars! Dead is dead, no matter how it happened, right?

Where was the outrage and pictures of all the young Christian children lying in blood and headless all over the Middle East?

How many trips has John McCain made to the “rebels” in Syria?

Too many to count.

It’s the same old twisted talk we’ve heard all throughout history.

We are told, that Assad DID this, even though Obama said that he gave us all his WMD’s.

I found this video below very interesting…it’s all about False Flags, but, the most important part is at 1302. Watch that, and tell me that this could very well have been a false flag to get us into war with Russia.

McCain, Hillary…that’s ALL they talk about.

And by the way, remember the Muslims got WMD’s from AMERICA.

 

One last note: This is my first post ‘against’ President Trump.

And no, I believe with all my heart, that Ted Cruz would have done the exact same thing.

The man who told us everything he will do will be for America…just did something for the world….unless of course he was just showing off to China and North Korea.

Still, all the democrats and republicans are joined tonight in approval, how nice.

I suggest we all stock up on Vodka.

 

 

 

April 6, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized, War | , | 1 Comment

   

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