[I want to make it clear, I do not take this discussion lightly. I am a highly spiritual person (not necessarily religious) but I have a deep appreciation for the value of life, all human life as one family, and all the life on our ever damaged home-- Earth. I am an avid opponent of all acts of violence, war, aggression, and anything that would cause harm or imbalance to our planet or the life which shares it. In all my years of research into many subjects such as consciousness, ancient history, quantum physics and spirituality I was inevitably led to a greater awareness of the urgent plight our world is facing. Political, social and environmental issues abound and we as caretakers are tasked to speak up. I am not attempting to stir fear. Fear is the lowest vibration. Fear is exactly what the darker powers at play want. We have to have courage in the face of dark agendas, we have to refuse to be divided and focus on love. My goal is to create a higher awareness, to educate and empower people to recognize that every one of us, what we do and what we don't do, what we say and don't say, what we believe and don't believe, makes a difference.]
The ever increasing illegal military actions of occupying countries that continue to broaden the definition of what qualifies as "the cost of war" is a reality for millions of people in the Middle East who are peaceful, who just want to live out their lives with their families, whose lives have been ruined, whose livelihoods and families have been taken from them, who live in terror, who are brutalized and traumatized and despite my sincerest and rigorous research I simply cannot find the justification for what we (the US) has done there. Or why..
The more I dig the more it is painfully evident no matter the deepest level of denial I could pretend to perceive, that this is a proxy war to create a regime change in which the US, Turkey and others have armed and funded the same rebels like Al-Qaeda and ISIL that the media and politicians will interchangeably (depending on which narrative suits them) call terrorists, the same ones the US claims we are trying to eliminate. While the same political figures authorizing the use of such egregious force benefit substantially (Trumps stock in defense contractor Raytheon, the manufacturers of the $60 million in Tomahawk Cruise missiles he just barraged the Syria coast with.) As well as the vested interests of the same groups to gain control over oil resources and perhaps the most relevant detail, to implement the petrodollar once again in Syria. That is the imposed regime of the mighty USoilDollar. And if you do not believe that, then please review the countries who have dared not trade their oil in USD, then look at what else those countries (such as Iraq and Syria) have in common.
This has been the vicious and costly cycle for many decades.
Trumps agenda seems to veer even beyond the incomprehensible motivation that mere capital gain could inspire, his behavior resembling the patterns of such grim and infamous figures of history who bear responsibility for the previous world wars and all the associated atrocities. Any empire which attempts to take over the world has created such scenarios throughout time, in the pattern we now see unfolding once more.
The ramifications of bringing war tactics to this level are earth shaking. The US dropped 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles on a airfield which is still operational on April 8th 2017, sailed a warship into the harbor to taunt a show of brute force to North Korea which has (successfully) provoked one of the second most inflammatory dictators in the world, then dropped the largest bomb we have (next to a nuclear bomb) on what the media claimed was a "remote" area which was revealed via WikiLeaks to have in fact been a CIA tunnel structure US sources claim now is being used by ISIL. This 22,000-pound GBU-43 bomb dubbed “the Mother of All Bombs” was dropped from a MC-130 plane in Nangarhar province, an area home to roughly 1.44 million people who described the event as a "horror". All this without congressional approval and in one week.
One week has escalated two of the most irrational "leaders" to such a significant stance that Russia, China, North Korea, Syria, Afghanistan (among others) are each differently involved and we are now poised on the precipice of a WWIII scenario.
North Korea's Kim Jong-Un vowed to “pulverize” US bases and the South Korean capital Seoul (can you imagine the level of fear this creates for US ally South Korea?) if threatened by the US military, which is currently carrying out drills near the Korean peninsula. Kim Jong-un has claimed he would “ruthlessly ravage” the US if Washington attacked or even one bullet is fired.
This is a desperate and futile situation which amounts to two Alpha males flexing their military muscles both with their fingers on the trigger and threatening to pull while millions, even billions of civilian casualties wait in stake.
My question here is how does war eradicate terrorism? Doesn't it create terrorism? War itself is terror. How can a war based on this premise ever end? The answer is, it can't, and it is not meant to.
Still comes the defenders of the MOAB bomb to defeat ISIL, those unquestionably locked into the narrative they have been fed by the mainstream media. The disillusioned that have not truly comprehended the shock wave felt by our human family across the globe. The cry of automatic responses draped in a false sense of patriotism coming out before the gravity of this information has even processed correctly, "but they are chopping off heads" (to which my retort is, then why are we arming them???) Or "but they killed all those children!" (while somehow overlooking how many children and civilian casualties the US has drone bombed and directly caused over the past decade... it would make you sick, and it should.) 24,287 bombs were dropped at the behest of the US in 2016 while Obama was still in office and with a high percentage (up to 90% in one 5 month period) striking innocent people even women and many children-- this is not about the children.
To further this point please research the evidence of a highly controversial alleged email which was deleted from January 2013 detailing the US proposal to launch a false flag chemical attack in Syria and then blame it on Assad. Again, if this makes anyone uncomfortable, it should, because since 2001 millions of innocent people have been paying the price of discomfort (at the very least) for an event they had nothing to do with.
I am calling on every reader to talk about this with anyone who will listen, to not stay silent, make use of independent and critical thinking, do your own research, do not allow the media to justify what in all clear conscience are crimes against humanity and decency, voice your empathic opposition to the ongoing military initiatives, to use your power and say No! Call for all sides to engage in an open and rational dialogue, not threats or an inflammatory show of brute force, but civil diplomatic conversation in the interest of humanity and protecting our global communities. Oppose any preemptive strikes that will ignite more hostility!! Remember 2.5 million civilians died by 1953 during the Korean War, 38 million people in WWI and over 60 million in WWII. None of us wants to repeat the mistakes of history.
The pen is mightier than the sword~
In love, truth and the name of peace, Lisa Falcon G