What will the Illuminati do next?

Discussion in 'Off Topic International' started by Mcloud, Jan 6, 2012.

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Illuminati's next move

  1. stage an attack in US and then blame and attack Iran

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  2. stage an attack in the middle east and cause a war

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  3. stage an attack in the US and declare martial law

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  4. other

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  1. Mcloud

    Mcloud Well-Known Member

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    We now see that US troops are returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan. (assuming of course this is true). Of course there is no way that they attacked Iraq and Afghanistan for 10 years, only to return home and leave the rest of the middle east including Iran untouched. Absurd.

    So, what will happen next?

    Kennedy's conspiracy speech part 1
    Kennedy's conspiracy speech part 2
     
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  2. hezey

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    Maybe the banks will fail?
     
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  3. hezey

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    See what you can claim as profecy or Illuminated Knowledge in this:

     
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    USA will withdraw into isolationism due to strong economic and political pressures? Conspiracy theorists will need to change a bunch of popular narratives.

    You're welcome. Ni4ego/de nada ;)
     
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    Last time USA tried that, then the Rest Of The World fucked it up and USA felt it needed to interefere. And it did too.
    This time, if the USA withdraws and takes a powder and pauses in it's goal to be The Best At Everything......
    Maybe this time, if they Isolate, the rest of the world won't fuck up and start world war 3.
    It wuld be kind neet if USA stated that loud and clear:
    Here you go guys, take the good we gave you, toss the bad, but keep the good.
    Now grow up!!!
    I would say to USA:
    Thanks for 1900 to 1945.
    We really needed your help.
    Thanks.
    Now, give us another chance, okay?
     
  6. hezey

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    Duplicate [FUCK] Russia is slow interent tonight eh?
     
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    Duplicate [FUCK] Russia is slow interent tonight eh?
     
  8. Uncles

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    You always over-imagine intent and intelligence, man. True we've got a bunch of conniving clintonites now in power, but can't last forever ;) Be sure to wash hands after dealing with that type.
     
  9. Mcloud

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    Prior to the US invasion of Iraq, the Canadian dollar was worth about 67 - 69 cents US. 10 years of high school drop outs running around Iraq with m16s and now our dollar is stronger than the once almighty US dollar.
    In 10 years we have gone from 67 cents to being on par or better than the US dollar.

    Of course, the average american citizen has no idea how their economy is getting beat to shit.

    And don't forget that in the US 1 out of every 100 men is in prison, while in European countries such as germany, it is 1 in every thousand. It costs a lot of money to have a guy in prison. A lot.

    Combine these realities with the fact that European countries are now operating under one currency and essentially Europe has become a unified trding block, and in the US we see ever increasing difficulties and trade barriers and restrictions. Ask any Canadian about the kind of BS that goes on at the border since 9/11. It is retarded.

    Yes America is goin down the tubes.

    But you know what? It doesn't matter. That's right, it doesn't matter. Owl worshippers don't give two fucks about any of this stuff.

    The Luciferian conspiracy

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]"keep your fuckin mouth shut Mr. Kennedy."
    [​IMG] "You too Mr. William Morgan"
    [​IMG] <S> William Morgan
     
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    HEZ IM FUCKED
    OMG. I was arrested under the mental health act. I was a threat to myself.
    OH WELL EUROPE IS NICER WENT THERE WITHOUT A PROBLEM. Buffalo shopping sux. not like the 80's when i got my drivers license.
    YELLOW SWEATY GORILLAS WTFFFFFFFFFFFF
    please god kill me now right now oh puhlllllllllllllllllllllease
     
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    First one was hard to take.

    Why do people go about announcing their suffering?
    They used to know better, back in the day. In the past, witch hunting was well known and people with 'issues' knew to conceal them, so they wouldn't be burned or pithed or drawn or gagged or locked up.
    Or burned or hanged or stoned or whipped or blinded or hamstringed or dissapear...
    Now there is a stupid idea that people are free to do as they want as long as they do not harm to anyone else... many in the modern west think witch hunters and mob stalking and the-rapists don't hunt the weak and wierd anymore... well, they do still.

    CPIC is the eye of Horus.

    A person labelled as 'mentally ill' is stigmatized and that is ironic, becasue Christ was just before they put him down [up].

    STIGMA.
    a mark.
    Stgmnatica marks
    stigmatized:
    MARKED

    Mac, you were marked.

    Like Him.
    Be so careful.

    I will look at the second... then again, the gorilla thing turns me.
     
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  12. Mcloud

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    Soon...
     
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    Iran is the US Govs biggest worry?
    Says who?
    Talking heads.
    Tail wags the dog, eh?
     
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    I suppose if you go by what you hear.
     
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    Interesting, too, if you contrast Chinese strategies with American. The former rather delicately step in and look at long-term goals directly, with less overt tactical action (economic, diplomatic), while the USA is stuck in some weird worldview that accommodates China while always trying to bust Russia's balls, thinking they can handle China, (because we're a big consumer market to support their growth).

    At the moment it feels like US policy is on auto-pilot ;) There are no real leaders with clear messages, no clear foreign policy coming from W-ton other than cynical, jaded platitudes about "freedom" and "democracy" from our highly politicized State Dep. And none of the candidates parading around offer anything new.

    Personally, I don't worry about Iran. I was raised to think think of them as friends during the 70s, particularly as we were selling them F-14s so much and my world then was very Grumman.

    But I digress, sorry :)

    Personally, I don't think the US would get involved -- overtly -- in any first, unprovoked strike on Iran. Not now. Simply because we likely cannot. Any attack would have to be a small-scale, surgical deal. Well, does anyone think it's possible to "occupy" the place? That would be yet another suicidal nail in our proverbial coffin :) Iraq's a parking lot compared to Iran (OK, I'm throwing out thumbnails here).

    That leaves Israeli strike. Let them do it -- IF they will accept personal responsibility and consequences. They need to stand on their own. My personal patience has run out.

    This is the real Super Bowl today. Let the best team win ;)
     
  17. Mcloud

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    Israel knows that too. ;
     
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    As an American (North American citizen of the USA, per Hezey :), I consider the Mossad to be a foreign power, of course, and therefore relevant only in the context of our political goals, to be examined critically. CIA is not Mossad. If Mossad had anything to do with 9/11, seriously, they would no longer exist. Well, that's my feeling, anyway ;)

    KSM is both a lesson and a distraction. Maybe it's a nano-corruption of internet intelligence, which I think is "digital Maoism."

    They, they. They are us, normal, people without a clear voice.

    [Edit: term digital maothing from Lanier.]
     
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