A simple look at history, and I can’t believe no one else has discovered this primal cause of war. While Horace Greely’s sense of direction advised to go West, warriors head elsewhere.by H. Michael Sweeney copyright © 2013, all rights reserved. Permission to repost hereby granted provided entire post with all links in tact, including this paragraph, are included.
What you will learn reading this post…
- The nature of official reasons given for war, and the forces behind them;
- That those reasons have nothing to do with the real cause of war;
- That a sense of direction is the true culprit, as shown by countless examples;
- That the mechanism is metaphysical (Satanic), or perhaps geophysical — Mother Earth.
Updated 7/17: invalid link removed, typos and clarifications addressed, additional examples added.
The usually cited reasons for war
Historians tell us that wars were originally fought to acquire territory for their resources, including people, commonly used as slaves or to fuel economies with tribute or pillage. As societies developed more sophisticated cultures, religious and political doctrinal differences were often sufficient enough to spark wars. As Ferris Bueller once said while talking to the mirror, “Ism’s, in my opinion, are not good. A person should not believe in an ‘ism,’ he should believe in himself.”
But we live now in modern times, and it seems that recently we have wholly different problems which have caused us to start to go back to war for resources, once more. Wars to control oil, control illicit drug trade, even to control money supplies. Imagine that; corporate war, banking war. As many people are pointing out, most of the last few wars and especially the ones forecast against North Korea and Iran… are against the last few countries on Earth without a Central Bank controlled by the Rothchildes and their Globalist, Power Elite friends, the 1% of the 1%.
Banking manipulation was, after all, a key part of the original Illuminati plan, its roots in Scottish Free Masonry, to establish what they themselves secretly called the New World Order, the very model of Fascism. Their end goal was a one-World government (ergo, Globalism), that they might, as I maintain, seat the Antichrist. Another key part, as pointed out in the Masonic Bible by its Satanist author, Albert Pike, was to get all three splinter faiths of the one true God, the God of Abraham, to war with each other that all those other ism’s Ferris takes objection to, might flourish; the old Divide and Conquer.
This was amplified by the inventing of whole new isms which at their core were Satanic in intent; whole new religions and other belief structures upon which to ‘guide’ men’s hearts and minds, including things just for the Power Elite, like eugenics (racial population control), sustainability via Agenda 21 (control of everything, everybody, every place), and Carbon-based monetary systems (control of controls). And more such. The rest of us suffer the consequences while fighting in deliberate distractions over any partisan topic a Politician can think of to infuriate a good chunk of us, and about esoteric and philosophical pablum in minutia designed to keep us examining our navels.
In support of all this, the U.S. military, like all militaries we might suppose, is lead by men who are quite often Satanists, and/or members of the moderen-day Illuminati groups which generally fly the banner of Globalism. They have two oaths, the one to their country which they undertake as a lie and which becomes a pretext for select acts of office, those acts taken to fulfill their other oath or affirmations of loyalty to the Bilderbergers, Council on Foreign Relations, Rhodes Scholar Fellows, or other groups evolved with Masonic constructs/principles (e.g., Skull and Bones, Knights of Malta), and so forth. Traitors.
Specifically, and perhaps to cover for any machinations which might be deemed objectionable if observed in full context of the above, the illumined at the Department of Defense have more recently redefined themselves with something called RMA, The Revolution in Military Affairs. Intended to ‘modernize’ the thinking of military planners, they have totally redefined war making to be more in line with the Illuminati plan. That’s not how they would choose to describe it, but how it works out. Part of that was to create whole new sets of and names for types of wars, including wars fought invisibly and without declaration. The most troubling of all, to me, was the People’s War, a war with “Constitutionalists, patriots, the disenfranchised, and poor.” Excuse me?
That can’t be very good for you or me, and underscores what I said about oaths, and then of course, there is the military’s Shoot Americans Questionnaire, and more. The People’s War is, perhaps, unique in another way. They also defined something called the Military-Politico Force Matrix, an array of options involving all manner of forces which can be applied by politicians (Police and the courts, law) and military commanders (lethal and non lethal) against the enemy (you and me) to maintain political control. Non lethal includes psyops, disinformation via media manipulation, and other forms of Political Control Technology, aka mind control, much of which originates from outside of military quarters (e.g., Media and other government agencies… intending to mean Media IS a de facto government agency, what some call the Fourth Estate or Branch).
The upshot is, that the People’s War is not just a possible shooting war through revolution or coupe sponsored conflict born of Martial Law, but also, a silent invisible war, a psychological war, a cyberwar. But here’s the thing: in all of this described above, we have what constitutes the obvious and perhaps some lesser known causes for war, and the thinking which drives them. But I’ve learned something new: none of that looks at the true cause of war and what drives the thinking used in a presumed logical and unknowing pretext. The real answer will at first seem nonsensical, but History proves it out, if you will please bear with me…
Will korea declare war on America?
Here is the real reason for going to war
The above reasons are mere logical but flawed deductions made by men incapable of seeing the simple truth; reasons we give ourselves so we sound reasoned. Their point of view was constrained within a falsely justified box of their own making. The real truth, it seems, is very planet itself fosters wars. Once I explain it, one might be tempted to see it as some geomagnetics-based self-defense mechanism to get rid of the parasite that are destroying its ecology: Mankind. War, we might be tempted to presuppose, is the result of a virus injected into our minds by the Earths magnetic core. But don’t forget… Satan was condemned to be in the Earth and to have charge, there, his domain being Hell. Have not we heard that “War is Hell?” I suspect that geomagnetics are, at best, mere tools he employs.
Regardless of which it is, or both, the simple fact no one has yet discovered is that Wars are not fostered by isms or any of the other reasons we give ourselves, but by they Earth’s rotation and the rotation of the Earth’s inner core, which establishes the magnetic fields which causes a Compass needle to point Northward. Think of it this way. A Compass is used to tell you which way to go. It points North. Want good things? Go north. Peace? Go north. Ergo, bad things lie to the south… including war. Silly sounding, yes — but true, also yes.
Why? Man’s sinful self does not that which it should, and Satan guides us the opposite direction: south. Wars are fought to go south! Below, I make the case that almost always, a nation in the North is the aggressor against a nation to their south. Perhaps this weird mojo is why some military units, CIA, Globalist corporations and the Masons are so fond of using the Compass Rose as logo or emblem, or why so many employ a global map or stylized globe or its shape (circle) as part of their Logo. I’m convinced the Earth itself is quite central to Satanic Illuminati plans in a very real, physical and metaphysical way.
Still think it silly? Are you so sure? Look at which nation initiates combat, or applies untenable pressures which spark war, and their geographic relationships. I’m saying to keep in mind that wars are sometimes declared because the other side engineered the need (a southern power might fire the first shot because a northern Power forced them by other forms of aggression, deceits, or perceived wrongdoing). Of more importance, is that you may need to travel East or West in order to find the enemy which also lies… to the SOUTH:
What do all wars have in common?
The Direction of War is Southward
North Korea tried to take over South Korea, and still wishes to do so;
North Vietnam took over South Vietnam after the U.S., France and other European forces from the north attempted and failed to subdue North Vietnam (to their south) in that revolution;
Our own Civil War was the north seeking to control the south, though the south fired the first shot;
The Vikings attacked points south to include England, coastal Europe;
The Scotts and Irish revolted against oppressive rule from London to their south;
Basqu Spaniards (and others) in the north of Spain revolted against oppressive rule from the south;
A civil war (the Fronde) in France involved the Conde province in the north against the Tourin in the south;
The Congo Crisis (civil war) saw Rebels in the North rise up against the south;
The Zulu in the North rebelled against the Germans in what is now South Africa;
Britain colonized India and Hong Kong, and other points to its south, both ejected by forces originating from their north (Ghandi, China);
Pakistan declared war on India, to its south;
China usurped Nepal, to its south;
Note: According to Wikipedia, there have been many, many civil wars, for the bulk of which maps and ‘sides’ are not geographically stated (because of general revolt nation-wide, or it is simply not described in available information/maps). However, in every case I was able to find depiction, it was North against south. To continue…
The actions of Britain to our North sparked the American Revolution;
America was forced into a series of additional wars with Great Britain;
Britain declared war on Argentina, a whole hemisphere to its south;
Iraq declared war on Iran to its south;
Iraq then declared war on Kuwait to its south;
Russia declared war on Afghanistan, to its south;
Afghanistan was also southerly to our seat of power when we invaded;
The Halls of Montezuma and the Shores of Tripoli (Libya) were to our south, once you get to the Mediterranean;
The Spanish American War was principally fought against Caribbean holdings to our South;
We went to war with Mexico;
Texas went war with Mexico;
We’ve more recently attacked Haiti, Grenada, The Dominican Republic, and Panama;
CIA has involved us in countless Central American revolutions;
England had numerous wars with France, to its south, generally called the 100 Years War;
England had two wars with Spain, to its south;
France went to war with Spain, to its south;
France warred with American Colonists from Canada while we were under British rule;
Napolean declared war on Spain and Portugal to his south;
England, Prussia, Russia, Austria, and Sweden declared war on Napolean, to their south;
All of Alexander The Great’s campaigns were essentially to his South, though the worst forces he faced (Persian Empire) required him to battle Eastward, as well, once he had gone south to engage;
The Great Wall was built against the barbarians of Siberia to China’s north;
The Dynasties of China were warlords seeking control of vast regions, the earliest originating in the North and commonly consolidating southward in a series of repetitious efforts;
The Communist revolution in China originated in the North and spread south;
Red China vows to acquire Taiwan to its south, the last vestage of the old Republic of China;
Russia’s growth has always had a focus to the south (some three dozen provinces, the ‘stans’ near Afghanistan);
Even Russia’s expansion toward Europe was as much southerly as Westward;
South American nations were formed by militant colonization which moved southward along its coastlines from European sources;
African nations were similarly formed southerly along their Western Coast by such colonization, as well as southward from the Mediterranean shores;
What is the history of Indian wars?
What about American Indian Wars?
The territorial growth of America was first southward along the Atlantic Seaboard. And as it moved Westward, it was more so at the northernmost regions, and from there southward again. Call it a southwest movement, if you wish. Indian wars were sparked here and there for various reasons and at various times, and yet, there are some patterns which emerged after initial colonization, which generally followed in sets of Southerly evolving wars, then westerly for the next Southerly set:
The Tuscarora war in North Carolina was followed by the Yamasee War in South Carolina;
The Pontiac War in Northern Ohio River Territory was followed by Lord Dunmore’s War in southern Ohio River Territory;
The Tippecanoe battle in Indiana was followed by the Creek War in Georgia and Alabama, and the first Seminole War in Florida;
The Black Hawk War in Illinois and Wisconsin followed by the second War with the Seminole in Florida, and the Navajo in Arizona and New Mexico;
The Sioux Wars traveled westward as their Nation was pushed off their lands, but originated in the Dakotas and Michigan and ended in Wyoming to the south;
The Apache War was in upper Arizona and New Mexico, and moved southerly into Texas and across the border to Mexico;
The Rogue River War in Oregon was followed by yet another Seminole War in Florida;
There were only a few sporadic uprisings after that. We all should be ashamed who are not Red Men, for our country is based on broken treaties and lies, and stolen lands. Their noble pride and heritage holds many lessons for us, not the least of which is that being South of a major power is not a very good sign for prolonged peace.
The Roman Empire is a wonderful example
The Roman Empire was waged using the Appian Way, which led south against other nation states of the Italian Pennensula, and allowed consolidation of all of Italy;
Rome expanded through Slovenia and marched south through the many States bordering the Adriatic Sea, to Greece;
It then battled southward to Turkey and beyond, to the Middle East and Persia, itself;
It used Roman sea power to control the entire northern rim of the African Continent to its south;
The Huns (Germanic peoples) continually attacked the Roman Empire to their south;
The Gauls (France) attacked Rome, to its south;
Hannibal’s Elephants attacked Rome from the Alps, going south;
After defeat of Gaul, the Empire moved south to what became Spain and Portugaul;
The only time it truly moved North was into Britain and in eventual defeat of the Huns. Subsequently, the Celts in the North attacked southward.
What are the similarities between WWI and WWII?
World Wars I and II are more complex, but still follow the pattern
When nations have mutual defense agreements, what happens after the first attack may not seem to fit the pattern, but more often than not, it still does — as if by unseen design; what I’m claiming is in play. WW II was almost an exact replay of WW I in many ways:
In WW I, Austria and Hungary declared war on Serbia, to their south, while in WW II Germany annexed Austria, to its south, and declared war on Poland, to its south;
In WW I, Russia sided with Serbia and attacked Austria and Hungary to their south, while in WW II, Germany declared war on Communist Russia, being forced into it, from their viewpoint. The first attacks drove south to capture Russian oil fields, and then east to the Capitol;
In WW I, Russian involvement also forced Germany to war with Russia with the same strategy, and they then also declared war on France to their south;
In both WW I and II, Germany has to march south through Belgium to get at France with tactical usefulness, and in response, England declared war both times on Germany, to its south;
The whole Serbian thing in WW I was tied to the old Turkish empire (Ottoman), so Russia, Britain, and France declared war on Turkey to their south;
Note: The two exceptions would seem to be Japan v. America, but Japan allied with Germany to our north, and America responded out of alliances to Britain and France in both wars. Germany declared war on all of Scandinavia, to its north, but did so as tactical advantage to prosecute war with both Russia and England, to the south. In the end, of course, Russia, to our north, became our Cold War enemy, as did Cuba and other Central American communist regimes to our south.
In WW II, Hitler soon allied with fellow Fascist, Mussolini, and war was launched by the Axis partners against all points South in the manner of the old Roman Empire, described earlier;
Later, Hitler essentially annexed Italy, to his South;
Japan in WW II deserves its own study:
Japan had its own war going while Hitler was coming to power. It invaded Korea, which lay at the Southern tip of Japan, which sparked a campaign which required conquest of Manchuria, also south;
From there they went further south into other parts of China;
From there, further South into the bulk of Southeast Asia — Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, etc.
From there, Southward again to all of Malaysia and the rest of Indochina, the countless islands including the Philippines;
They then attacked Hawaii, which is South of Japan, and America was brought into the war, along with the rest of our allies, including Australia to Japan’s south.
Is there a way to predict wars?
Are there ANY exceptions to Wars aligned to Southward interests?
I’m sure my review is not exhaustive, as there are many more wars of lesser note, or I may have missed a major one in my attempt at casual review (a full-day’s Web search). But there were three interesting exceptions I did find.
One was Genghis Khan. His Empire can be described as expansion in purely East and West directions, save the annexation of Siberia to his north without a battle. Most of the territory in early expansion was, however, a mere unification of the various clans of Mongols under a single leader. Then a whole series of Buddhist ruled States to his West overthrew their existing rulers and ‘joined’ him without need for Battle, save some tactical helps. He was done, he thought, having achieved more than he had set out to do.
He arranged for peaceful trade with points further west, but fate was not to allow long lived peace. He was dealt with deceitfully and his caravans of merchants were murdered and their goods stolen by Persian Sultanates. In response, he conquered them and entered the steps of Europe and the decayed throws of the Roman Empire, where he was able to finally rest. While feared as an evil conqueror in the far West, in all of Mongolia and in peacefully acquired territories, he was revered as a wise and beloved leader, even to this day. His campaigns were exclusively westward and northward.
The second was the Ottoman Empire, which was essentially nothing more than a reversal of fortunes of the Roman Empire. As Rome crumbled, the Ottomans pushed at their weak points and seized almost all of the same territories they had held, warring mostly westward along the Northern shores of Africa, and northward and westward into Europe. Turn about, it seems, was only fair play. One might argue, perhaps, that it was simply the end of the same war.
A third ’empire’ followed the same exact pattern as the Ottomans, and even beat them to the punch, after a fashion: Christianity. Early Christianity mirrored and even forshadowed the Ottoman’s gains, and once establishing itself in Rome, would eventually become the Catholic Church we know today, which spread throughout the World from Rome and New World colonization.
But in consolidating power, the pattern of attacking North to South would resume — and not just by following in free-ride fashion the Southerly patterns of colonization already earlier spoken of for North and South America, and Africa. It has to do with the fact that the Roman Catholic Church was self corrupting…
As result it sponsored the so-called Holy Crusades against ‘heathens’ in Holy Lands to its south, sending in the Knights, including the Pope’s own Knights Templar, forerunners of the Masons and Illuminati, and in my research, the financiers of Rothschild;
The Knights Templar, at war end, established strongholds in Spain, and other points to the North, from where they revolted against Rome, to their South — at least in a manner of speaking; corrupted to Satanic practices acquired on the Crusades (along with their tremendous wealth). They were destroyed, but many escaped with their wealth into hiding;
Martin Luther sparked the first protest of Church corruption from Germany, in the north, forming the Lutheran Church, from which all Protestant churches evolved, and spread southward;
The King of England (also from the north) revolted to form the Anglican Church of England controlled by the Pope (to his south), a trigger of the Spanish Armada invasion already mentioned, in the name of the Pope (and a desire for wealth and power);
These affairs led to the Thirty Years War between Protestant countries and those remaining loyal to the Church; a vastly North (27 flags) against South (6 flags) relationship except one additional flag on each side reversed in placement);
The Templars ‘hid out’ until infecting the Mason’s Guild, later taking it over as Free Masons, from whence the Scottish branches in the north spawned the Illuminati, bringing us full circle by starting their campaign against European nations to their south.
How many wars has America fought?
North Korea can’t help it. And if you accept the premise I’ve offered, it makes perfect sense, but not for any reasons their leadership may believe to be true, or the political rhetoric we hear on the news. It is, therefore, quite inevitable. If you want to know where the next wars will be, judge not just political context and rhetoric, or mere intelligence data… but also, where in the World the potential combatants are.
Let’s see where both sets of such clues overlap: Iran is rather to our south, and certainly south of our European allies, and Saudi Arabia is even more so. Iran will require a war, but Arabia can be taken over by revolt, per the Libyan and Syrian models, taking the Emirates with them as bonus. Then we control the whole of the Middle East Oil Supply, and our friends in Israel can stop worrying about the Islamic Bomb (or so they think, for there surely will eventually be an “abomination which maketh desolate” set up against them).
Cuba is to our south, still, though they’ve politically moved northward of late by cooperating with the U.S. in the return of fugitives and kidnapped children. Castro retired, long live the new Castro, unless the Power Elite wish otherwise, of course. And if we did war with Cuba, while we are down there, we might as well fix the problems in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. That will insure all the Banana Republics (and their dictators we helped install) give us full cooperation when we look their way — not to mention South American countries, given the Big Stick mentality, and all.
More to the point, it would eliminate the last vestages of Communism and Cold War enemies, save Red China. However, China is due West at almost all points with America. So, despite the belief expressed by their top General that war with America is inevitable (because they think we are a war-like hegemonic State — which we are)… I don’t think so. At least nothing like any war we have been talking about. And why should there be such a war, when Mr. Sorento keeps giving away our country away to China as collateral, or we sell it to them one corporation at a time?
Besides. That country is headed towards its own revolution… just like we are. Who knows, perhaps it will be a Global revolution and the Globalists and North vs. South causes will all just go away and leave us alone for awhile… in the best of all possible outcomes. Now, that would leave the Illuminati 1% to go fish. And I know of just the boat for them; the Titanic II.
Bon voyage, and don’t come back.
- People & Power – America’s War Games (globalelite.tv)