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The Unspoken War Against The Power Elite

By James Donahue

Most people will agree that world events appear to be moving into a stage of pure insanity these days. Yet careful observation reveals a strange pattern and a suggestion that the human race is currently locked in spiritual warfare between light and dark forces. It is a peculiar rebellion by the humans against the age-old domination by an inhuman race of the power elite.

There is a story, based upon the communications with intelligence from beyond the veil and propagated by such writers and lecturers as Pane Andov, Bill Ryan and Drunvalo Melchizedek, that the humans on Earth have been enslaved by an alien force of humanoids for thousands of years. These and many other voices, including that of The Abba Father, promise that a major change is on the way. They say that after a time of trouble the alien power elite will soon lose its grip and be forced off the planet.

We refer to this dark force as an “inhuman race” because that is exactly what it shows itself to be. Not only is it not from this planet, those who belong to it can be clearly identified by its inability to experience love and compassion for the suffering of mankind. Its motive for everything is to gain materialism, wealth and power at the expense of the masses.

Our lives on this planet were never meant to be what they have become.

Take, for example, the complex moves by big money interests to take over the U. S. government, strip the treasury of all its money, drive the world into a capitalistic/militaristic system of materialism and utilize the poverty stricken masses as slave labor.

As more and more Americans find themselves out of work, locked out of their foreclosed homes, and living hungry and cold on the streets, where is the compassion in Washington? Our elected legislators speak of reaching out to help the poor. Republican Congressman John Boehner, soon to be the new Speaker of the House and the third most powerful man in the nation, even weeps when he speaks of such things. But don’t let that showmanship fool you. The big battle going on in Washington involves extending big tax cuts for the rich. Part of the package includes tossing an extension of unemployment benefits for only a few of the nation’s unemployed, and that ends after just another year.

Mr. Boehner and the other Republicans who will dominate the House of Representatives after January 4, have made it clear that they seek to cut government spending but they refuse to consider cutting military spending, dipping into the cost of operating the massive and ineffective Department of Homeland Security, or doing anything to repair the nation’s crumbling infrastructure. That leaves popular social programs like Social Security and Medicare that benefit the poor, as major targets. Can an assault like this be stopped?

Ah but efforts are being made to undermine the skullduggery. There are groups working hard to change the operating rules in Washington, to change the nation’s election system to make it more balanced, and to get the big banks under control once more.

The battle has gone international. Notice how WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has come under intense attack from every front after his clever Internet site began exposing leaked government documents that revealing the secret going on at public expense. While the site has gone out of its way to make sure the volumes of documents do not include sensitive information that might put lives in danger, they have revealed things that people in high places did not want the public to know.

Working under the guise of “protecting national security,” efforts have been made to shut down the WikiLeaks site and get Assange charged with crimes of treason. The best they could do was to get a couple of women in Sweden to accuse Assange of sex crimes after having encounters with him.  He sits even as this is being written in the custody of British police, fighting extradition to Sweden and possibly the United States to face what he says are trumped up charges..

All Swedish authorities say they wish to do is question Assange about the allegations. To date, he has not yet been charged with anything. He denies any wrongdoing.

Outspoken Oscar winning documentary producer Michael Moore refers to Assange as an international hero. He writes in an open letter on his blog page: “We were taken to war in Iraq on a lie. Hundreds of thousands are now dead. Just imagine if the men who planned this war crime back in 2002 had had a WikiLeaks to deal with. They might not have been able to pull it off. The only reason they thought they could get away with it was because they had a guaranteed cloak of secrecy. That guarantee has now been stripped from them, and I hope they are never able to operate in secret again.”

Indeed, the WikiLeaks experiment in journalism has drawn so much support from around the world that similar sites are reportedly in planning. Also, hackers have shown their support by launching successful attacks against VISA, MasterCard, PayPal and Swiss bank Post-Finance after these firms blocked payment of money to the WikiLeaks site. They also went after the office of the Swedish prosecutor for taking action against Assange. The media is calling it cyber warfare.

In what appeared to be a last-ditch effort to do its part in keeping the eyes of the military from viewing the revelations in WikiLeaks, the U. S. Air Force last week placed a block on its internal computers to prevent Air Force personnel from viewing WikiLeaks, the New York Times, The Guardian, El Pais, Le Monde or Der Spiegel, all posting the cables popping up each day on WikiLeaks.

Assange’s accomplishment is but one of a number of events indicating that there is, indeed, a crack occurring in that veil of secretly that has predominated the operations of governments for thousands of years.

Moore’s documentaries Capitalism, A Love Story, Sicko and Roger and Me perhaps inspired a number of other film makers to research and expose corruptions in high places, which does not seem to be difficult to find. Naomi Klein’s The Shock Doctrine, reviewed on this site stands tall among them.

Even though the Bush-Cheney decision to invade Iraq and launch a war that lead to the death of hundreds of thousands of innocent people, and his administration condoned the use of torture of so-called “war criminals” in his declared war on terrorism, no one in the U. S. government has been willing to declare Mr. Bush and his vice president, Dick Cheney, war criminals.

In is refreshing, however, to note that Mr. Cheney has been charged by authorities in Nigeria with corruption in a $180 million bribery case against Halliburton and KBR during the time Cheney served as company CEO.  The charges allege that KBR, a subsidiary of Halliburton, paid the bribes to secure a $6 billion contract for a natural gas plant in Nigeria.

In an exhibition of just how far the high fliers are willing to go to protect their own from the arm of even international law, Halliburton last week reportedly offered to pay $250 million to settle the case against Cheney. This week the case against Cheney was dismissed.

There was yet another subtle event that might have gone unnoticed. After it was reported that U.S. diplomat Richard Holbrooke’s last words on his death bed were “You’ve got to stop this war in Afghanistan,” the White House issued a statement that those final words were meant as humor. Even though Holbrooke gave his life and suffered a fatal heart attack in his efforts to pave a way to peace in that war-torn country, the official word from the top has been: “He didn’t mean it.”

.Our advice is: be careful what you choose to believe. The truth is out there, but you must search and carefully weigh all of the information, and especially consider the religious, historical and political propaganda poured upon us since we were children, before we have any chance of finding it.