Monday, June 25, 2012

Three Days of the Condor

Three Days of the Condor

Robert Redford played the part of the accidental spy so well. What he ultimately learned is that crazy people do crazy things to avoid explaining an inexplicable calamity. In the real world governments play real war games so as not to declare war on opposing nations. Real war would require public or parliamentary acknowledgement or approval.

There is something fowl in the air and Turkey may soon lay the next golden egg. Turkey reports that Syria has struck down one of their jets. This entire situation was intended to create a diplomatic strain between Turkey and Syria. This was no accident. The chess-game is getting more advanced as we go along. This event could draw Turkey into a NATO aggression pact, or see itself fall into a more Islamic fundamentalist regime. The Turkish people may be the next unsuspecting victims of an “Arab Spring”.

The western Globalists are really applying pressure on Russia, and perhaps China. Egypt has just fallen into the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood – a western globalist funded party, Libya is in shambles, Syria is being accused of everything the CIA, MOSSAD and MI6 are orchestrating and North Korea is back in the picture too. Ex-patriots of North Korea are feeding propaganda into that country, via South Korea. This is intended to stir tensions between the two countries and within the entire Asia Pacific rim.

Examine the geography on a map – Syria, followed by Iraq, then Iran, Pakistan and finally Afghanistan. Syria, Iran and Pakistan are targets of the western globalists, and Iraq and Afghanistan are the war-torn colonies of the same lunatics. Strategically, Syria, Iran and Pakistan, and their allegiance to Russia and China must be crushed. These three countries prevent the globalist plan of complete totalitarianism. This plan is imperative because it must coincide with the collapse of the monetary systems. This sinister plan supports the entire hidden agenda.

All the knives are coming out before the end of 2012. We have earthquakes (their frequency, re-occurrence and severity are increasing in numbers every day), the planned demise of the Euro & U.S. dollar, war and economic upheaval are flying high. Whether it’s Turkey or a Condor, the hunters are playing a dangerously “fowl game”.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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