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    This is the most dangerous time in modern history


    This is the most dangerous time in modern history-intelligence insider update







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    By Douglas J. Hagmann
    29 August 2013: “We’re in the most dangerous time in modern world history and here’s why, here’s what’s happening,” stated my source deep within the spy world early this morning. “We’re seeing a combination of a nine-percent overall approval rating for intervention in Syria, or the absence of public support for the globalist plans by the Obama regime, the UK, the Saudis and other NATO allies. When have we seen this before, and what does history tell us? The increased likelihood of a false flag event larger and causing more public outrage than the alleged chemical weapons attacks.”
    My source continued, “think Gulf of Tonkin, the Lusitania, even Pearl Harbor, use those as your historical guides for what we’re seeing today. Make no mistake, the global agenda has not changed,” he emphasized. “When their primary plan backfires or meets resistance, they have alternate plans. In the coming days or weeks, we could see an event that will be horrendous enough to change that nine-percent backing. Also, time is not on their side, they need to act within a short window as the anti-Assad ‘rebels’ are being beaten badly without Western assistance.”

    Benghazi, briefly
    “Remember what happened in Benghazi and our many conversations about what was really going on there, which you printed and the reports have since been proven correct. It was all about arming and training anti-Assad fighters, including the instructional use of chemical weapons in Turkey and elsewhere, along the border of Syria. People seem to forget that the Turkish consulate met Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi, the CIA logistics center, to show him that the Russians had satellite images of this training activity. Putin was not amused and gave Turkey an ultimatum, which was delivered to the United States at Benghazi.”“Russia, however, had to do something to expose the operation for what it was. The primary attacking force was Ansar al Sharia, a military arm of Iran, which is a proxy nation state of Russia. Connect the dots. Do people really think Assad used chemical weapons on a retreating rebel force?”

    Pawns a-Plenty – Setting the global chessboard
    “Look at all of the military assets being moved into that region. I told you last October, and you reported it, that we are engaged in a proxy war against Russia and China. Both countries have a huge stake in Syria, militarily and economically, especially Russia. Oh, and is John McCain out of his [multiple expletives deleted] mind? This designated loser of the 2008 presidential campaign is talking as if any action in Syria is going to happen in a vacuum. As I said before, any action will not be in a vacuum or without a tit-for-tat response,” stated this source.“Launching cruise missiles into Syria will likely fall not only upon innocent civilians, but on Iranian forces, Russian forces – Russia has over 100,000 ‘military advisors there now, and perhaps even some Chinese assets. What do you think their response will be?” he asked rhetorically. “This is asymmetrical warfare on steroids. The response might not be what everyone expects. In fact, we should be looking for the unexpected, as we are about to be blindsided.”“Do you think that telegraphing our target list and stating that strikes will be brief and limited is by the incompetence of the Obama regime, or by design? It’s be design,” stated my source, who added that this will provide the opportunity to the Russians and other essential assets to get out of the way. “And therein lies the ‘flash-bang, pyrotechnic display of the magic show I’ve been talking about, that is intended to divert everyone’s attention from what’s really about to happen,” he emphasized.“This is not a ‘zero sum game’ confined to Syria Again, this is about setting up the globalist takeover of the world’s economic system, killing off the U.S. dollar to have it replaced by a basket of currencies, or SDRs, and controlling all transactional activity everywhere on the planet under one mechanism. It will be done by using Syria as the trigger, oil as a weapon, and striking at the weakest aspect of American power – the U.S. dollar, which has been the target all along.”“What better way to accomplish this by blaming the economic ‘collapse’ on the ‘unfortunate and unseen’ consequences of a ‘humanitarian mission’, saving the Syrians from a dictator who used chemical weapons on his own people? It’s all a lie, and we’re being played as fools. This is an international bankers’ war that will result in heavy causalities.”Consider that until Western/globalist meddling in Syria, the country was a relatively stable and religiously tolerant secular state. Today, the Syrian death toll as a result of this Western-manufactured civil war stands at and estimated 150,000 dead in Syria alone. Also, over a million Syrians have been displaced and are now refugees. According to a recent assessment made by geopolitical analyst and former Indian diplomat Gajendra Singh, Syria will rapidly fall into a bloodbath that will make 150,000 dead just a small taste of what’s to come when Assad is toppled. Removal of Assad will result in the wholesale slaughter of the diverse religious sects. Responsible estimates from those familiar with the geopolitics of Syria estimate that 20% of a population of twenty-million will be killed – or a total of 4 million people.

    Watch for a false flag
    “The globalists are financing all sides of this conflict to assure the accomplishments of their objectives. When things go hot in Syria and the Middle East, we could see something very bad happen in Saudi Arabia, or something to affect the production or free flow of oil, the single factor that is keeping the U.S. dollar relevant. We could see something happen to threaten, hinder or even temporarily halt oil shipments across the globe. Also, with the U.S. preoccupied, China could well move on the Japanese Senkaku islands, North Korea will ramp up their mischief, and other areas will gradually become unglued. It’s all one big transfer of power, transfer of wealth, and a global economic reset.”“Understand this: the globalist objectives have not changed. The absence of popular support just makes this whole situation much more dangerous, and raises the possibility of ‘false flag events’ of similar historical precedent to change public opinion. Something much bigger than we’ve seen to date. People are just not thinking big enough.”


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    this is about setting up the globalist takeover of the world’s economic system, killing off the U.S. dollar to have it replaced by a basket of currencies, or SDRs, and controlling all transactional activity everywhere on the planet under one mechanism. It will be done by using Syria as the trigger, oil as a weapon, and striking at the weakest aspect of American power – the U.S. dollar.

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    Thanks for the info. Unfortunately it's highly possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    this is about setting up the globalist takeover of the world’s economic system, killing off the U.S. dollar to have it replaced by a basket of currencies, or SDRs, and controlling all transactional activity everywhere on the planet under one mechanism. It will be done by using Syria as the trigger, oil as a weapon, and striking at the weakest aspect of American power – the U.S. dollar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eros62d View Post
    Thanks for the info. Unfortunately it's highly possible.
    No problem.

    The question to ask anybody monitoring the situation is: what are you doing for yourself to prepare for this highly possible scenario?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmiyamoto View Post
    Preposterous. Don't let silly things like statistics get in the way when we're trying to talk about an unnamed source who apparently is deep in the intelligence community.

    It has never been this bad ever. Seriously, the Illuminati is moving and you better kiss your ass goodbye. Stay tuned to info wars for more false flag details. You can even pay good money and subscribe so you can read all about things like....well apparently some dude who may know!

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    I'm ready for our military members to uphold their oaths and stop being goons for tyranny and start putting an end to the tyranny..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zac Speed View Post
    I'm ready for our military members to uphold their oaths and stop being goons for tyranny and start putting an end to the tyranny..
    Many in the military and law enforcement are waking up, their numbers need to grow.
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    A few problems I have with this article:

    (1) First with the title, because if we are going to measure danger we need to know our range of time we are observing. So what is modern history? This is a relative term. Different historians generally point towards different significant events and conceptualize that point as the differing point between modern and pre-modern. I.e. Karl Marx, the classical sociologist, defined society as going through numerous stages none of which was modern of pre-modern. I could go on, Comte, Simmel, Durkheim all of these renowned sociologist would classify periods of sociological development differently and these are scientist. Historians will have even more divergence on how they classify modern and pre-modern

    (2) If you look at the data, which does not lie, there were far more deaths, accidental, health, war etc in other periods than today (see the World Banks data sets). The author cites the civil war in Syria of all examples. This is a weak case, why not use the civil war in the Congo or the 40+ civil war in Colombia. These all have had substantially larger death tolls than Syria. But that aside the death toll in all of these "modern civil wars" do not even compare to the death tolls of interstate wars, the two largest being WWi and WWII. Collectively 101 million people died during WWI/WWII. And on top of this, WWI and WWII were total wars. All of western Europe, China and Japan were destroyed. Cities raised, economies ruined etc.

    (3) The greatest threat to mankind in the past 60 years has been nuclear war. The risk of a nuclear war, an accidental launch etc is FAR, FAR, FAR less unlikely than it was 20 years ago. This is due to a long list of interstate arms control agreements (SALT I-V among others). The US and Russia, who have the largest nuclear arsenals have both reduced their arsenals substantially over the past two years. The only countries that have acquired nuclear weapons since the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) have been, Israeli, India, Pakistan and North Korea. None of these countries possess intercontinental ballistic missiles technology or nuclear submarines. So the only possible war they could threaten the United States with a WMD (not including a biological or chemical weapon) is by a bomber, very unlikely, or by a small device. There is no way in hell they could first strike the USA with these weapons. The USA has a nuclear triad, their nukes are constantly ready and mobile, by sea, air and land. The only way to track a nuclear submarine is when it is launched. On top of this the United States and Russia both have MIRVs. Or Multiple Independent Reentry Vehicles. This technology is the only way to carry out a first strike, or to be able to inflict such a devastating strike on a country that makes a second strike impossible.

    I can go on and on on critiquing this article
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    I think it more connects danger with the fall of the greatest constitutional republic of all time. Democracy is their new word to get the sheeple on board with this change.

    Its dangerous to lose the world greatest power to ignorant ideologies and crazy people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcslick View Post
    A few problems I have with this article:

    (3) The greatest threat to mankind in the past 60 years has been nuclear war. The risk of a nuclear war, an accidental launch etc is FAR, FAR, FAR less unlikely than it was 20 years ago. This is due to a long list of interstate arms control agreements (SALT I-V among others). The US and Russia, who have the largest nuclear arsenals have both reduced their arsenals substantially over the past two years. The only countries that have acquired nuclear weapons since the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) have been, Israeli, India, Pakistan and North Korea. None of these countries possess intercontinental ballistic missiles technology or nuclear submarines. So the only possible war they could threaten the United States with a WMD (not including a biological or chemical weapon) is by a bomber, very unlikely, or by a small device. There is no way in hell they could first strike the USA with these weapons. The USA has a nuclear triad, their nukes are constantly ready and mobile, by sea, air and land. The only way to track a nuclear submarine is when it is launched. On top of this the United States and Russia both have MIRVs. Or Multiple Independent Reentry Vehicles. This technology is the only way to carry out a first strike, or to be able to inflict such a devastating strike on a country that makes a second strike impossible.

    I can go on and on on critiquing this article
    What makes the issue more complex is that Russia struck a deal with FEMA last summer to provide "domestic security" for "emergency purposes" in the U.S. Russia already has a boat load of their assets and personnel here, so why would you launch on your own assets? We have multiple agendas going on here that are beyond political lines and splits within government, military, and intelligence community.

    Most recent update
    http://www.homelandsecurityus.com/ar...236#more-10236

    http://thecommonsenseshow.com/2013/1...on-of-america/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fobra View Post
    What makes the issue more complex is that Russia struck a deal with FEMA last summer to provide "domestic security" for "emergency purposes" in the U.S. Russia already has a boat load of their assets and personnel here, so why would you launch on your own assets? We have multiple agendas going on here that are beyond political lines and splits within government, military, and intelligence community.

    Most recent update
    http://www.homelandsecurityus.com/ar...236#more-10236

    http://thecommonsenseshow.com/2013/1...on-of-america/
    What military equipment do they really have over here for disaster emergency? And does it pose it threat to our national security? Russia is an ally to the United States they committed troops to both the Iraq and Afghanistan invasion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcslick View Post
    What military equipment do they really have over here for disaster emergency? And does it pose it threat to our national security? Russia is an ally to the United States they committed troops to both the Iraq and Afghanistan invasion.
    It's a dog and pony show that you have to question. On one hand, Russia is positioning itself to oppose the U.S. and issue threats either direct or via proxy. The latest example of this is their position on Syria as they were funneling munitions to them while the U.S. backed Al queda rebels were fighting against Assad's military. So if Russia is positioning itself as opposing us in the geo-political arena, who or what faction in the U.S is allowing them to provide domestic security on our soil? If/when this administration continues its current direction with creating certain disasters or chaos, they will use it as an excuse to usher in a martial law scenario (may not call it martial law though, but will essentially be the same) with U.N. and/or Russian support as they know most of our military will not fire on its own citizens. DHS will be used in conjunction with the foreign troops, the massive militarization of DHS and federalizing local law enforcement are red flags as far what this government is getting ready for. Anybody subscribing to the Republican/Democrat facade that CNN and Fox put out won't even know what hit them if/when this plan rolls out since they are so disillusioned by the propaganda.

    http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-new...ncies_06292013
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fobra View Post
    It's a dog and pony show that you have to question. On one hand, Russia is positioning itself to oppose the U.S. and issue threats either direct or via proxy. The latest example of this is their position on Syria as they were funneling munitions to them while the U.S. backed Al queda rebels were fighting against Assad's military. So if Russia is positioning itself as opposing us in the geo-political arena, who or what faction in the U.S is allowing them to provide domestic security on our soil? If/when this administration continues its current direction with creating certain disasters or chaos, they will use it as an excuse to usher in a martial law scenario (may not call it martial law though, but will essentially be the same) with U.N. and/or Russian support as they know most of our military will not fire on its own citizens. DHS will be used in conjunction with the foreign troops, the massive militarization of DHS and federalizing local law enforcement are red flags as far what this government is getting ready for. Anybody subscribing to the Republican/Democrat facade that CNN and Fox put out won't even know what hit them if/when this plan rolls out since they are so disillusioned by the propaganda.

    http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-new...ncies_06292013
    http://en.mchs.ru/news/item/434203/
    Every state is only looking out for their own national interest, ally or foe. Russia supports the Assad regime, ok. The Assad regime doesn't threaten the US. The only possible threat they pose is their support for Hezbollah. Hezbollah is more of a threat to Israel the only time Hezbollah has attacked US personal was in Beirut. They attacked the US marine barracks during war. Not civilians. I'm not justifying the attack. My stance on any war is very liberal. But I said all of that to make the point that US national interest is not threatened by Russia's support of Assad. Russia and China are attempting to secure their oil interest in the region. The US and every other great power does and has always done the same. States are sovereign and every great power does not have to align their interest with the US. An example of this is the number of spies that Israel has in the United States. The US and Israel are allies yet both states have a large spy networks within each state (see Mearsheimer). Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

    Mearsheimer, John.The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcslick View Post
    A few problems I have with this article:

    (1) First with the title, because if we are going to measure danger we need to know our range of time we are observing. So what is modern history? This is a relative term. Different historians generally point towards different significant events and conceptualize that point as the differing point between modern and pre-modern. I.e. Karl Marx, the classical sociologist, defined society as going through numerous stages none of which was modern of pre-modern. I could go on, Comte, Simmel, Durkheim all of these renowned sociologist would classify periods of sociological development differently and these are scientist. Historians will have even more divergence on how they classify modern and pre-modern

    (2) If you look at the data, which does not lie, there were far more deaths, accidental, health, war etc in other periods than today (see the World Banks data sets). The author cites the civil war in Syria of all examples. This is a weak case, why not use the civil war in the Congo or the 40+ civil war in Colombia. These all have had substantially larger death tolls than Syria. But that aside the death toll in all of these "modern civil wars" do not even compare to the death tolls of interstate wars, the two largest being WWi and WWII. Collectively 101 million people died during WWI/WWII. And on top of this, WWI and WWII were total wars. All of western Europe, China and Japan were destroyed. Cities raised, economies ruined etc.

    (3) The greatest threat to mankind in the past 60 years has been nuclear war. The risk of a nuclear war, an accidental launch etc is FAR, FAR, FAR less unlikely than it was 20 years ago. This is due to a long list of interstate arms control agreements (SALT I-V among others). The US and Russia, who have the largest nuclear arsenals have both reduced their arsenals substantially over the past two years. The only countries that have acquired nuclear weapons since the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) have been, Israeli, India, Pakistan and North Korea. None of these countries possess intercontinental ballistic missiles technology or nuclear submarines. So the only possible war they could threaten the United States with a WMD (not including a biological or chemical weapon) is by a bomber, very unlikely, or by a small device. There is no way in hell they could first strike the USA with these weapons. The USA has a nuclear triad, their nukes are constantly ready and mobile, by sea, air and land. The only way to track a nuclear submarine is when it is launched. On top of this the United States and Russia both have MIRVs. Or Multiple Independent Reentry Vehicles. This technology is the only way to carry out a first strike, or to be able to inflict such a devastating strike on a country that makes a second strike impossible.

    I can go on and on on critiquing this article
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