I realize that in war there is so much going on by so many internal factions that it is difficult, if not impossible, to maintain purpose and order. From a personal standpoint I observed this for 6 tours, which is a total of six years in Viet Nam’s lost cause. So many troops-on both sides- were slaughtered by incompetent decisions, or perhaps deliberate decisions to test out stupid battle theories, equipment performance, and obedience to the drumbeat of war.
The current conflict in the Syrian, Turkish, Iranian, Israeli, Palestine, Saudi, Afghanistan, and the host of twenty other countries, no matter what they are named as, or what their lines in the sand borders are, all are just doing what they have been doing since Alexander the Great did along with the early Egyptians, all pursuing a long forgotten religious deity and looting the poor to feed the rich.
Today the pursuit is of course oil, minerals, and limited water supplies that promote vegetable and fruit harvests. The rallying cry is of course religion-what religion is a better understanding: Coptic Christians, Islam, Judaism, Kurdish interpretations of a hundred different tribal belief systems interwoven with over a 7,000 year history that keeps changing except for the improved weapons of war.
Wherein the early tribal conflicts were contained within the mid-east, today countries far removed such as Russia, the United States, Germany, Turkey, and others distant are meddling and inciting conquest support for more war. To make this smokescreen even thicker, the United Nations is constantly involved to meet its own agenda of power and new lines in the sand. For the people of these desert sands, rounded up and interred in so-called refugee camps are but fed a basic substance of 900 calories a day, just enough to keep them alive but “tame”. But they too are given hope with the promises of endless riches by massing in endless waves to Europe.
The apparent goal is to is to further exploit these “riches” by overwhelming masses of refugees that will economically break traditional countries of power, i.e.: Great Britain, the Netherlands, France and so on who have maintained a stranglehold on these people for over 400 years. Once successful in an economic demise of Europe then the major powers of Russia, the United States and sycophants pledging allegiance for crumbs of conquest will gain Libya, and part of Egypt who has a largest water aquifer for the growing of food which is already a world shortfall.
ISIS is but a leaf in the wind, which will disappear once the oligarchs form alliances and gain real economic power. Simply put the ISIS followers want families and as such need stability to grow food and further their beliefs in a non-radical Muslim faith. All people want peace; it is the manipulators at the top of the food chain who seek power at the expense of death and destruction.
There have always been destroyers but in their end of life, change develops and usually a leader of peaceful faith emerges–not a Jesus, mind you, but an honest, resourceful leader who will set a path for peace and prosperity.
As history repeats over and over again, there will be more wars, more strife and the never-ending manipulations of the people through lies and deceit.
May God Bless us all.
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