The Dismantling of America War After War

By TLB Contributor: Ken Larive

The Korean war…

To finally understand the motivations and justification behind The Korean War, and how it contributed to our loss of liberty and fortune, it has to be understood after the fact, with both sides weighed and considered. This campaign, similar to the Vietnam campaign just a few short years later, were said to have been fought for three primary reasons, and justified to the American People from congress to media.

Even though they are both now considered an extension of the cold war with Russia, the real story eludes the American people to this very day, with a forth, well-hidden agenda that I will reveal…

At the time, most Americans perceived them to be wars of ideology, differing methods of governance between the North and South of both countries, a so-called Democracy against an influx of Totalitarian Communism. But that is not the entire story and, so too, not the entire truth. I will present these three justifications here, as presented to Congress by the President of that time, but the true and primary reason will be found in the last paragraphs below, in my notes…

The first reason was called the “Domino theory. China had just become Communistic in 1949, soon morphing into the domination of a totalitarian government. President Truman proposed his many fears of this to Congress, with his primary concern being that Japan might be next. You see, international enterprises had Japan earmarked for something else. At the same time President Eisenhower was warning America that the Military Industrial Complex, that had finally and decisively won WW2 on two fronts, had grown to gigantic proportions and was vying to be fed by another war. They could not, and would not devolve. He warned us that they would take over our government, and he was right.

The second, and this was also promoted in media… that we, as a democratic Republic, have an unwritten obligation to undermine Communism on all levels, to insure and protect the American way of life, in spite of the fact that this is diametrically opposed to our Constitution. One year later, after much debate and conjecture, and of course much lobbying by the military and corporations, the American National Security Council recommended what they called a ‘roll back’ of Communism, by way of what we now refer to as a “police” presence. This way, no congressional approval was necessary, and it could be done by Presidential mandate without bending the Constitution. Some called this traitorous, as it was indeed a viable loop-hole, and is working effectively to this very day.

The third was not discussed openly at that time, but the Truman administration saw Russia to be in competition with our military for world dominance, and a viable contender. Fear was promoted to the American people, and we have had our children dive under their desks when a special siren was heard, the building of a self-contained shelter in case of nuclear attack, threats to take our weapons cleared the shelves of ammunition and assault weapons, hoarders and preppers buying silver and heirloom seeds, waiting for end times, and all of it has been very lucrative for those who have promoted it.

Though WW2 motivations are too complicated to justify in this paper, Russia’s war with Stalin promoted the growth of Communism, also under Totalitarian dictate. In the processes found in the dust of WW2, Kim Ti Sung convinced Stalin and the infamous Mao Tse Tung to support an invasion of South Korea in 1949. Soon after, in the year 1950, South Korea’s Syngman Rhee gave a fear-driven threatening posture back to them, that his forces were prepared to attack North Korea. Of course he was in communication with the White House, and this gave him the necessary courage, without a doubt, as he was assured American support. If this had been known, the hammer that triggered the NKPA to invade South Korea, war might have been reconsidered.

It seems now that the boasting by Kim Sung to Russia, that an invasion of South Korea would be an easy task, had no idea the United States would take a stand to stop them… Surely, the leader of China, Mao Tse Tung, would have seen the folly of such a strike, because all of these powers knew full-well the ability of the US military, a military with claws, hungry for a feed, and itching for a fight…

Author’s note: The Korean conflict was a cold, economic war between the United States and the USSR, as was Vietnam. Both superpowers had ‘The Bomb,’ and so the concept of MAD was formulated to avert what they called a ‘hot war.’ MAD, (mutually assured destruction), insured that all future wars would be fought conventionally, unless the homeland was threatened. I am sure that this agreement, over the period of sixty years, has saved this planet more than once, and was indeed, very lucrative.

One final consideration, with no solution at hand… so please, pay attention here …

As there is unimaginable profit to be made by both destruction and reconstruction, bombs and armament to start, but also the rebuilding process for the future manufacturing businesses, planned to bypass the American Market. Japan was primarily earmarked but the military needed a feeding, and opportunities abounded in post WW2. This is where our manufacturing jobs have gone, and as it thwarted the Unions, they created a market without government control, sanction or tax, from pollution to human rights. Insurance, safety, child labor laws, and many other American workplace benefits we take for granted, were sacrificed to create what can only be described as sweat shops, and manned by slave labor. And as the international banks financed both sides, they could pick up property and resources for pennies on the dollar. And before the dead were buried and the smoke cleared, similar to what the South had to contend with after our own Civil War, Carpet Baggers spread over the countryside from a central Bank, buying up everything not nailed down.

War sir, is a racket, and as countries go toe to toe, international banks, and the Federal Reserve who are printing money out of thin air to pay for it all, are inflating our money as a hidden tax, and increasing a debt that can never be paid. Debt slavery for both sides… and finally, RUSSIA went bankrupt during their own Vietnam war, Afghanistan, and as Saudi Arabia flooded the market with cheep oil, they defaulted. Osama Bin Laden helped America to achieve this, as a CIA operative. So why did we allow this to happen? Why could we not see that an international Central Bank, international corporations, and The Federal Reserve who is considered by mandate to be above the law, would work in collaboration, and not for the best interests of America? Why did we allow men of other nations to hold office with duel citizenship? Surely we had some who warned us, but why weren’t those warnings heeded? Could the answer lie in the very mindset that we ascribe to as the American People? Surely, we have been played, but how can we continually be confounded? Why can’t we learn for our past mistakes? Why do we continue to trust the same growing powers who put their boots on the neck of our civil liberty, and are dismantling the very fabric of what we were created by our founders to be?

Could it be, I dare say, that there is actually something wrong with the American people? How can we be assaulted, one after another, and from every side, and not react? What is wrong with us? As three percent claim to be awake, what viable game plan have they proposed, as they are infiltrated by moles that undermine the cause of Liberty…. and the rest, so easily distracted by a trusting collective mentality, with a psyche of selfish entitlement indignation, ego-eccentric in nature, with violent reactions based on what can only be described as indolent myopia, social breakdown, and the lack of a moral and ethical standard. Yes, the Progressive mindset is fixed into the minds of America, by a black box owned by them. And we sit there, night after night, eating TV dinners, drinking beer and smoking illegal pot like that is a form of resistance and, in that fog, we open our minds to subliminal indoctrination and are convinced, even as we polish our collars, that what we have inside was put there by our own volition, and an original thought.

And so… Might there be another consideration as to why our collective consciousness is so overwhelmed from every direction? Is it possible that our lives, our fortunes, or liberty, our motivations and insight are actually in the hands of something too horrible to comprehend? Consider, for just a moment, the 17-Petaflop Titan Supercomputer. It is, at this moment, officially the world’s fastest, and with the right program, certainly smarter than anything we can collectively reason. How can we fight something that can formulate a million future moves, to our one, a move we can’t agree on? When one looks at the amazing veritable complexities on that eventful day on 9-11, 13 years ago, it seems plausible that something of a higher order was in charge. Something that can divert attention, immediately and effectively adapt and rewrite history on the fly. The name of the beast is Titan, its language is biometric, and it has the ability to hide in plain sight, by creating diversions, even in our own minds. And as we can’t come together for a common cause, Titan might do it for us, and not in our name, but for those who program it to do their bidding.

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