Are you struggling to make sense of the increasing instability in America’s financial system, as well as on our nation’s borders? As with many mysteries, the best way to start figuring all this out is to “follow the money.” In this case, track the trend toward “regionalization.”
A Review of Thomas P.M. Barnett’s New York Times Bestseller The Pentagon’s New Map (Berkley Publishing Group, 2004) Review – June 2009 Terrorism was the pretext to send American troops into the Middle East and Central Asia, but, according to Barnett,terrorism is not the real reason our troops are staying in the region. Despite Barack Obama’s campaign promises, troop deployments will continue to expand.
By David Bay, March 12, 2001
Once you understand this reality: that some countries and regions are lagging behind the rest of the world in being incorporated into the Global Economy and Government, and need to be boot-kicked into fully joining the world body, you will understand why we are now at war, and why we will keep on going to war, from the Middle East to the Korean Peninsula, to Indonesia, to Pakistan, to Cuba, to Somalia, Kenya, The Ivory Coast, Saudi Arabia, and to East Timor.
Feast of Tabernacles – Oct. 13 (Sunset 12) thru Oct. 19, 2011
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