Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Monday, September 24, 2012

World War III Starts Tomorrow?

So says Dr. Steve Pieczenik, a person whom I enjoy listening to and has recently joined the blogosphere! Dr. Pieczenik worked on so much in foreign affairs, it's hard to know how to describe him so that you may understand his credibility. Here is just part of his bio from his website:

Dr. Pieczenik was the principal International Crisis Manager and Hostage Negotiator under Secretaries Kissinger and Vance. During this time he developed conflict resolution techniques that were instrumental in saving over five hundred hostages in different terrorist episodes, including the Hanafi Muslim Siege in Washington, DC, the TWA Croatian Hijacking, the Aldo Moro Kidnapping, the JRA Hijacking, the PLO Hijacking, and many other incidents involving terrorists such as Idi Amin, Muammar Quaddafi, Carlos, FARC, Abu Nidal and Saddam Hussein. Based on these experiences, Dr. Pieczenik, along with other senior officials at the State Department developed the mandate to create Delta Force and other quick-strike special forces units that could be used in future hostage situations and international crises. Dr. Pieczenik resigned over President Carter's handling of the Iran Hostage siege. He was recruited by Dr. Richard Solomon to the RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, CA to develop the strategy and tactics using the principles of psychological warfare to dismantle the Soviet Union without the use of military force. 
He pretty much gave Tom Clancy all his material and is the character upon whom Jack Ryan was based.  He is CFR, RAND, State Department, Defense Department, a psychiatrist, and an author.

What I love about listening to Dr. Pieczenik is that he doesn't speak in generalities, but names names, places, dates, and events. That means you've got confidence in what you say and are opening yourself up to possible libel suits. I'm not sure to make of it all, but try to see if and how the information fits with what I have already learned in my ongoing pursuit to get down to brass tacks.

One caveat: are you are a person who "likes" Israel without knowing much about it? By that, I mean, you can name for me right here and now the top 20 most politically prominent Israelis and their backgrounds?. One reason I don't blog on Israel is because I wouldn't know what I'm talking about, and to me it would be gossip.

You may hear Dr. Pieczenik say some harsh things about Israel and if you have a certain perception, you are going to get offended. Know also that Pieczenik is a Jew himself whose family barely escaped the Holocaust, in fact many of his mom's side did not. Being a proponent of individualism, I strive not to collectivize groups of people, including Israelis. It would seem right now that many of the ex-Mossad are very much opposed to Netanyahu's Iran rhetoric, which the man has been making for 20 years now.

Would American Christians like John Hagee "side with Israel" if Ahab and Jezebel were still in charge? How about all the other kings of Israel who worshipped idols and "caused their children to walk though the fires of Moloch"? I believe God has a plan for Israel, but I am very much against making an idol out of it.

I really need to start a co-opting of religion series, including my own denomination, to illustrate how the devil wants a one-world religion for his antichrist to presdie over. Becasue the devil seeks to undo all that God has ordained, don't you think Israel would be a mighty big "high value target" for him? This explains the disconnect between regular Jews and the modern political Israel. Something to think about as we go into this discussion of Armegeddon.

Dr. Pieczenik has made waves over the last few years for claiming Bin Laden was dead as a doornail just a few months after 9/11 due to Marfan Syndrome, which causes kidney failure. He also has claimed that 9/11 was an inside job, which is so disturbing that you can't speak of the possiblity.

Here he is saying that he will testify to a grand jury that he was told by a top general that 9/11 was done with help from the inside and he is willing to go to a grand jury to say that under oath.

Here he is telling you that Osama Bin Laden was dead man walking in 2001 due to his congenital Marfan Syndrome, and was long since dead when he was "86ed by Seal Team Six.

But the interview he recently gave, stating that Israel will start something with on Yom Kippur really rattled the cage.  He calls out Netanyahu, and gives us the reason why the Obama administration and military are distancing themselves from Israel. I'll remind you that two ex-Mossad chiefs have decried the warmongering this past year, calling it "insane". Mier Dagon calling it "the stupidest idea he's ever heard of." Pieczenik lays out the situation as he sees it here:

“What we have here is a collusion between Saudi Arabia, neocon Jews of America and Israel, against a president, who, whether I like or dislike, and may have lied about Osama Bin Laden,” he adds, “he [President Obama] is the son . . . a son of a CIA operative, the grandson of a CIA operative, who understands very well what the issues of intelligence are.”

The excellent point is made that Obama was born into the CIA, and knows more about the inner workings than people give him credit for. He's vacationing all the time because he knows that he is just filling a spot in a play, that the CIA is running a whole other government below the surface.  Also recall that the Saudis own a substantial share in Fox News, the anti-Iran all the time propaganda network.  I'm no fan of the Iranian regime, but Iran has not attacked another nation in 300 years. I'd just like to see the brass tacks before a lot more Americans get blown up over a bunch of nothing.

After this interview Friday before last, Alex's show has just been clips and reruns. Today, Mike Adams is filling in. At the end of the interview, Alex says he'll have to come back on Tuesday, but then Dr. Pieczenik put this up on his blog:

Okay, no Alex Jones today!  Just got a call from info wars, canceling my interview.  I think Alex was intimidated by the very people and organizations that we were talking about.  Stay tuned, more to come.
I got to think that the clencher to that interview, where he said that if he doesn't quiet down, Mossad will do to Bibi what they did to Rabin, is why there hasn't been new content on Alex's show this week. That's pretty wild stuff right there.

Zooming out to the ultimate level, you may want to read Psalm 83, and Ezekiel 37-38. I've heard that the Psalm 83 war precedes the one in Ezekiel happens first. Remember soul preperation is more important than earthly prep. Canned food won't save you when the firmament melts and the water turns to blood, etc.

It will be interesting to see what happens in the next few days. Hold on tight!


  1. After listening to this a half dozen times and then going back to listen to some of his past interviews with Jones, I've got to say his blog will be well worth following. His post today about what happened at NDU further confirms that.


    1. The question is, what is the mechanism by which this PC stuff is coming down. Not generalities, I want names of people who write out the parameters of what is acceptable and what is not. These people have names, agendas, and loyalties to something other than the USA. They need to be exposed.

    2. I'm not so sure it's all that well organized. I believe the mechanism is the concept of la technique as explained by Jacques Ellul in his book, "The Technological Society". It results in evolution of collective social form which is largely, but not always, involuntary. Here's a good excerpt from the book. The anti-smoker law professor, John Banzhaf, illustrated how it can be voluntarily manipulated with his contention that they can lose thousands of lawsuits as they did fighting big tobacco until they find that one sympathetic judge or jury to create a single precedent then build upon it. Indeed, that's the way the US judicial system works to systematically dismantle the Constitution.

      What we're seeing is a slow and steady cultural change precipitated by those individual precedents set here and there by the continuous moanings of special interest groups.

      On the international scene which gives some perspective on what Pieczenik tells happened at NDU, look back at what happened to Patton and MacArthur and how it influenced subsequent relationships with Russia and China respectively. A more recent example might be H.W. Bush not finishing the first Gulf War. It's how "they" now view us, according to the bin Laden "strong horse/weak horse" analogy. Reagan even did some damage with his hostage dealings with Iran and in Beiruit. It all helped to eventually create a ripe environment for the fictitious entity of al Qaeda as a motivational tool to incite individual Muslims to action for the collective against a weakening horse. We're also seeing it with the increasing green on blue attacks in Afghanistan as we prepare to pull out and they know they will be left facing the Taliban resurgence. It also strengthens efforts domestically to rip us apart as we now see with continuous complaints of multi-culturalism insensitivities winning and now even affecting how professors teach at NDU. The weak horse is getting weaker and it brings out the scavengers.

      I faced it many times overseas working with military members of other countries and cultures. You have to be culturally aware of how they form their positions when dealing with them, but be firm and unbending on our own core principles. Hillary Clinton made a serious faux pas when she stated publicly we were disappointed with China's stance towards Syria. She was firm and unbending, but not very culturally aware. That effectively shut the door to further effective dialogue because she doesn't understand how the oriental cultures differentiate between what is acceptable to be said in public statements and those made behind closed doors. The first one to raise their voice in anger immediately loses the argument. That's why Pieczenik emphasized the fact that Ambassador Stevens was an Arabist. It helped his effectiveness.

      Sadly, America doesn't even know its core principles anymore. The prevalent chant is for spreading democracy, yet pure democracy is evil as I used to piss off liberals by showing them a picture of a lynching and saying there's your democracy for you, the poor guy at the end of the rope lost the vote. Heck, look at the teachers in Wisconsin on the streets chanting "This is what democracy looks like." Personally, I think all the ones on the streets chanting that needed to have their credentials pulled and sent back to remedial civics 101 and pass before they could ever re-enter a classroom. But my opinion on that is exactly what Ellul talks about with la technique... the struggle between individualism and the collective, like oil and water, or matter and anti-matter, are diametrically opposed. The Constitution itself as the rule of law to protect the individual must rely on the collective for enforcement. Quite the conundrum.

      I hope that makes sense and I didn't mangle it too badly. :)

    3. "Sadly, America doesn't even know its core principles anymore. The prevalent chant is for spreading democracy, yet pure democracy is evil as I used to piss off liberals by showing them a picture of a lynching and saying there's your democracy for you, the poor guy at the end of the rope lost the vote. "

      You're mistaken. The guy at the end of the rope didn't get a vote. Most lynchings were done based on mob rule, not democracy or justice or even given a trial.
      The teachers have as much right to bring their grievances to the streets and protest as does the Tea Party. Their grievances are not always about money. But everyone listens to corporate 'news' rather than listen to what the teachers have to say. And, I mean really listen. When individual rights are continually trampled on, the collection of individuals gather and give voice to the injustices that are being handed to them. Hence the civil rights movement, the women's movement, the labor movement, the teacher's movement (which is part of the labor movement)all came together. It's not an either/or concept. It's what we are founded on. This is America and this is what America looks like. Even the original Boston Tea Party was a kind of collective protesting for their individual rights of freedom against unfair taxation by the Monarchy of England for the profits of the East India Company. This collective/individual relationship has always worked side by side and also has had it's antagonisms throughout our history. It's not always like oil and water at all. When we work together is when we make advancements in this country. It's when the plutocrats/oligarchs and their politicians decide to clamp down on individual rights is when there is true antagonism and a need to regroup our truly American collective mentality to push back and demand our rights back. We cannot do that on an individual basis. Our entire history of American rebellion is based on the collective we, not the individual I. As individuals we don't have a chance against the monied interests and the laws they pass with their bought politicians. Most of these laws are to benefit themselves and keep the rest of us out.


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