Posted 3 years ago on Feb. 15, 2012, 11:08 a.m. EST by asauti
from Port Orchard, WA
This content is user submitted and not an official statement
It is a comforting thought to believe in a "pure, moral civilization" or a "heaven". It is a noble goal to seek "utopia".
However, history has proven this to not be possible. It is a "cats eat the rats" world and will most likely always be so.
Iran is next on the list. They are a sovereign nation, one that is not yet a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The elite bankers have a strong desire to bring them in, under that umbrella. If you watch and listen to the mainstream media, they are slowly getting "the masses" used to the idea of yet another invasion. America's warships, submarines and troops are beginning to stack up in the region. War is imminent. This time around it is likely to be a much more serious conflict, possibly bringing Russia and China into the fray.
In a comparison of the Star Wars movies to the United States of America, it is quite obvious that the U.S. represents The Empire. America was once The Rebellion, fighting for freedom, and seeking refuge from tyranny. And once they were free, the revolutionaries tried as best they could to prevent history from repeating itself. They wrote a very special document to be The Law in their new land. Alas, "their land" came at the hypocrisy of their own ideals. Somebody was already here and they took it from them "by blood".
And here America is today, reaching out to the ends of the earth to find more resources to pillage and more humans to assimilate. Had Hitler or Napoleon or Stalin or the Romans been continually successful, their regimes might be still in place today. The American machine is then probably just occupying the "tyranny of the moment". The present day and the past seem to be telling us that the masses of "common humanity" are forever destined to live in the shadow of a "Death Star".
Although the upcoming battle with Iran could be epic, bringing the world's largest powers face-to-face. The question of: "Who will be left to 'run the Death Star'?" will be anyone's guess.
Will you assimilate or die fighting?