Sunday, December 30, 2007

The IRAQ Strategy?

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"The ongoing war in Iraq has created one of the worst humanitarian catastrophes of our time. More Iraqis have fled their homes than any other population in the world", according to EPIC.

Could depopulating Iraq be the real strategy? If all the people were gone, nothing would be left but sand and all that nice oil under the sand. The invaders (that's us) would be free to pump oil in peace.

After WW I, the British created Iraq and controlled its people with the Hashemite king, Faisal I, whom the British had installed. They also had seven Royal Air Force bases they used to bomb the wogs when necessary. The British pumped oil. They pumped oil in Iraq and they pumped oil in Iran where they controlled another friendly regime! The Iraqi monarchy was overthrown by a military coup in 1958. The Iraqi republic was an acceptable oil partner until Saddam Hussein misunderstood his orders in 1990 and invaded Kuwait. (Maybe Saddam didn't misunderstand. Maybe he was led to believe an invasion of Kuwait wouldn't be opposed — so the U.S. would have an excuse to attack him.) Let's not forget that Saddam nationalized Iraq's oil in 1972 when OPEC raised the price of oil from $3 to $22 a barrel. Now with Saddam gone, chaos reigns. Iraqis flee. Could that be what is intended? Could chaos, not democracy, be what the invaders (that's us) desire? Are we the authors of the bloodbath?

The invasion of Palestine began with one Rothschild colony around 1878. Most of the Palestinians were driven out with the "war of independence" that created "Israel" in 1948. Jewish death squads had terrorized the Palestinians for 70 years before 1948. Over the years, Palestinians who could get out did get out. Palestinians without resources ended up in refugee camps in neighbouring Arab countries, or in the "West Bank" and Gaza, after 1948. They and their descendants are still there 60 years later. The "West Bank" was left for Palestinian refugees by an under-the-table agreement in 1948 between the Israelis and Faisal's brother, Abdullah I, the other Hashemite king created by the British. Abdullah didn't want the Palestinians in Jordan. Of course the Israelis didn't want the Palestinians either, but they made a deal for Jordanian complicity — a deal the Israelis reneged on and Jordan forgot. A Palestinian assassinated Abdullah in 1951 at the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. Gaza was part of Egypt until the "Six Day War" in 1976.

We have seen before what is happening in Iraq today. It has been going on in Palestine for the past 130 years. It's called "ethnic cleansing" today but people have been doing this for centuries. It is also called Grand Theft.

History of Iraq

Saturday, December 29, 2007

A Fine Set Of Bastards

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Notes from WW II:

It was Admiral Richardson who refused to go along with the plan. FDR fired Richardson and promoted King. (The most senior naval officer was Admiral Leahy. He was the first 5 star Admiral as well as FDR's confidant and Chief of Staff.) Kimmel and Short were fall guys. They were promoted over more senior officers and put in charge of the Pacific fleet that had been stationed in Hawaii under Japan's nose. One day, Kimmel suspected the Japanese might be up to something. He sent out a squadron to look for them. His superiors ordered him to get those ships back into harbour and sit tight until further notice. When the Japanese destroyed the Pacific fleet (except the aircraft carriers that had been sent out on manoeuvres by someone other than Kimmel), Admiral Kimmel and General Short were court marshalled for dereliction of duty. FDR wouldn't have learned anything from Stalin about being a manipulative, ruthless bastard. Of course we don't usually think FRD was a mass murderer, do we?

Admiral King was a bastard too. (Admiral King was more senior than General George Marshall in the Pentagon's pecking order.)

The Indianapolis was the heavy cruiser that delivered the first atom bomb, "Little Boy". The Indianapolis was sunk in the Philippine Sea after the bomb had been delivered. (Too bad it hadn't been sunk earlier.) The survivors were left in the water for days because of a bungled rescue operation. "Although 700 ships of the U.S. Navy were lost in combat in World War II, [Captain] McVay was the only captain to be court-martialed." Now hear this: Admiral King had served under Captain McVay's father when King had been a junior officer years before. King held a grudge over some discipline he had received and he took it out on the son decades later. Though reinstated by Admiral Nimitz, Captain McVay eventually committed suicide.

Admiral King hated the British and he especially hated the Royal Navy. Admiral King was in charge of the US Atlantic fleet at the beginning of the war. Admiral King is directly responsible for doing nothing about the German U-boats that were having a field day off the U.S. Atlantic seaboard. The U.S. Navy only started to attack the German submarines after one blew up a ship just off a Florida beach one fine summer evening. Hundreds of seaside vacationers were horrified. A newspaper demanded to know what was going on. British intelligence that was being sent daily to FDR — month after month — was finally acted on. Admiral King and Admiral Leahy were descendants of Scots and Irish. Perhaps they were Fenians. I don't know what was FDR's excuse. The official story is that the isolationists had tied FDR's hands. The Americans are no friends of their allies — as Henry Kissinger once observed.

Was FDR — and Wilson before him — directed by bankers in the City of London? Some think they were. But they believe in "conspiracies". Of course we don't, do we?

Friday, December 28, 2007

Wartime Nostalgia

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Ah, wartime nostalgia: "If the British Empire and its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will still say, 'This was their finest hour.'" 
- Winston Churchill

Really? The British Empire would last until 1947 — 2 years after the Fall of the Third Reich. When the Raj ended in India, it was gone. What happens after "their finest hour"? Have the war enthusiasts considered this:

The good old days are when we won. We like to win. We are winners. So, the last war we celebrate is The Great Victory of 1945. We love "The War". That's the one we remember. We don't celebrate losing China (1945-1948). We don't celebrate losing Korea (1950-53). We don't celebrate losing Vietnam (1959-1975). We aren't celebrating losing Iraq. Or Iran.

And nobody remembers or celebrates losing India, or losing Dien Bien Phu, or losing Algeria. The years that have followed The Great Victory have unfolded as the End of Empire, including the American Empire.

What's happened? Aren't we invincible? The neocrazies thought so when they invaded Iraq. Here's what really happened in WW II:

In the beginning of "The War" the Allies were fairly evenly matched with the Axis, but the British ULTRA operation was decoding a thousand German military cyphers a day throughout WW II while U.S. Naval Intelligence was decoding a thousand Japanese military cyphers a day too. The Axis never suspected that their enemy knew what they were going to do before they did it. The Allies had a stupendous advantage. Sure, the Allies — specifically the Americans — enjoyed superior firepower and logistics but they had even more after 1945.

The neocrazies, and others who love war, simply don't know what they are dreaming about. You can usually win if your sleeves are stuffed with Aces.

What about The Cold War? Didn't we win? Remember all those wars that we didn't win? They were the Cold War. Toward the end of the 1990s, the Soviet Union simply ran out of gas and nobody believed in it anymore. (The same thing happened to Imperial Germany in 1918!) The USSR declared bankruptcy and went out of business. Now, ironically, Russia's tank is full (thanks to George W. Bush and soaring oil prices) and the Russians and the Chinese and the Indians are cooking with gas, along with the Vietnamese and Mexicans and many others. They are making things and we are buying them. One day soon, we will no longer be the world's biggest consumer as others become wealthier. Will we become poorer?

Not necessarily.

Looking at events since 1945, war seems to be obsolete as a way to get what you want. Advantages evaporate as the competition catches up. Warriors (and make-believe warriors like neocrazies) may be dinosaurs. Wouldn't that be great? Let's hope they are.


Tokugawa Yoshinobu resigned as shogun and abdicated his authority to Emperor Meiji in 1867. Samurai hung up their swords and went into business. Edo was the world's largest city. It still is.

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Christmas Day 2007


Yesterday, CBC aired this Christmas material:

First was a story about a Canadian mountaineer who decided to forego the glory of climbing to the summit of Everest to rescue a dying Australian who had been abandoned by his fellow climbers as they made their descent. (Apparently leaving climbers to die is common on Everest. Earlier that week, 40 brave mountaineers from various climbing parties, stepped over the body of an Englishman who had been left to die by his comrades. Other stories I've seen have stated that Everest is now littered with frozen bodies. Jeeze. Climbing Everest doesn't seem like much of an accomplishment anymore. Heroes? The Australian's rescuer said Everest is just a rock with some snow on it. He had no doubt what to do.)

This was followed the obligatory Holocaust story. Peter Munk has become a favourite on CBC. The billionaire Canadian philanthropist escaped from the Nazis with the help of Adolph Eichmann who worked with the Zionists to evacuate well-heeled Jews — leaving their less well-heeled fellows for a trip to Auschwitz. The similarity between this story and the one that immediately preceded it was lost on the CBC. (If the CBC wants an expert on the Middle East or world events, it calls upon the scholarly and impartial academic Janice Stein. Mrs. Stein has a nice job working for the Munk Centre at the University of Toronto. She and Peter Munk are part of the establishment in Canada. Barrick Gold, the world's largest gold mining company, was founded by Peter Munk. You can read all about Barrick Gold, Munk, Eichmann and Janice Stein at Wikipedia, if you have never heard of them.)

When I saw Munk, my stomach turned and I switched channels to find Paul Newman followed by Clint Eastwood on an American channel. Paul Newman (now 82) is a real philanthropist. He came from a well-to-do family, but as a boy he had a paper route and he sold Fuller brushes door to door. He attributed his success to the fact that he "didn't have the face of a thief." How true. Then Clint Eastwood (now 77) told viewers about "Flags of our Fathers" and "Letters from Iwo Jima". They are on my shopping list. You make my day, Clint.

Suzanne Nichole, who assists Alfred Lilienthal, sent a reply to my Christmas card. She reminded me that Alfred Lilienthal's birthday is Christmas Day. He is 94 years old and Lilienthal never abandoned anyone to die in all those years of his long and noble life.

Christmas Day was good this year. There are good people in this world. We had a very nice family dinner. Hope yours was good too.

- Morley

P.S.: I went to church on Sunday and again on Christmas Eve, so I covered the bases.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

The Canadian Medical Protective Association

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The Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) is in the business of subverting justice. That is what it does. That is what it was set up to do: Subvert Justice. That has been its business for a century. Lawyers (and legislators and judges!) who help the CMPA do this are criminals. Some of Canada's most successful lawyers will be found in the pay of the CMPA which can afford to buy the most expensive. The CMPA is a criminal organization which was founded on this criminal premise: none of our members is ever guilty of anything. The CMPA has far more money and power than the Mafia or the Hell's Angeles will ever have because they are the establishment. The CMPA keeps doctors fat and healthy so they can be milked by the CMPA. Of course the CMPA does care about its herd, that's why it was set up. When doctors began to complain about the escalating CMPA fees a few years ago when the government pay scale was capped, the CMPA fixed it. Now Canadian taxpayers pay the increasing CMPA fees. Unless they are members of the CMPA, doctors cannot practice medicine in Canada — even if they are licensed. The CMPA insures that Canadian doctors can do anything to anyone without worrying about the consequences. "The Canadian Medical Protective Association is not an insurance company." The CMPA has fixed everything so there are no consequences, for doctors. The CMPA has corrupted everything it has touched for over a century and it has touched everything. It has fixed the lawyers. It has fixed the courts. It has fixed the legislatures. It has even succeeded in fixing what the general public thinks: no one dares question what a doctor does and victims keep quiet if they are unhappy. "You can just shudda you mouth. Or we will shut it for you." Victims of doctors worry they will be denied medical care if they say anything. They think they may have done something wrong. The CMPA encourages that line of thinking. Blaming the victim is the primary defence for doctors and pharmaceutical companies. It is the primary defence for the medical associations and for the colleges of physicians and surgeons. Organized medicine in Canada is corrupt from top to bottom. It may be unique in the world. The CMPA is a world-class criminal outfit, second to none.

The CMPA's partners in its criminal undertakings are the pharmaceutical companies. Doctor's prescriptions are the primary sales tool of the pharmaceutical giants who make BILLIONS of DOLLARS every year. The pharmaceutical companies have mountains of money to further corrupt everything. Like doctors and the CMPA, the giant pharmaceutical companies are above the law. These pharmaceutical companies have even more money than the doctors. This would be quite a story. But no one will ever read about it in the "mainstream media" or any of its affiliates in the world wide mind control system. Pharmaceutical companies are major advertisers. They are a rich source of cash for the people who run the "mainstream media" and the advertising rackets.

The CMPA turns every medical question in Canada into a legal problem. The CMPA knows how to solve legal problems. Nearly every medico-legal "problem" (i.e.: some wretched victim of doctors and pharmaceutical companies) is swept under the carpet and trampled under foot. I was. Sometimes victims don't need to be swept under the carpet because, as they used to say on the bounding main, "Dead men tell no tales." Perhaps my case was an aberration. Maybe cases like mine are rare in Canada. OR perhaps my case is the "tip of the iceberg". Because of the CMPA no one will ever know. No one will ever learn anything. No one will correct mistakes. No one will ever admit an error. Nothing will be done with doctors who intentionally cause harm and death. Nothing will be done with pharmaceutical companies whose products cause disease and death. Doctors who don't toe the orthodox line set by the establishment will continue to be persecuted by their colleagues. Thus, innovation will continue to be squashed. Good doctors will continue to be lumped together with bad doctors — thanks to the CMPA which has set the tone in Canada for over a century. Health care in Canada will continue to slide into the abyss as its cost continues to skyrocket.

But for luck, I would be dead and quiet, myself. But I'm not dead, or quiet.

Below is a chart from the CMPA 2006 annual report. Almost no medico-legal cases get to court in Canada and next to none of those that do go to trial result in a judgement favourable to the plaintiff. Legislation has fixed things so even if they win, plaintiffs lose. Wow. That is success, if you are a criminal organization, engaged in criminal activities. That is success if you have arrogated the law to yourself.

Learn about my case: FDA Letter
Cholesterol Hoax
House of Cards

The shocking truth is that Canadians have no assurance whatsoever that they will get quality health care or the proper medicines and if they don't there is nothing Canadians can do about it. These assurances have all been taken away by the Canadian Medical Protective Association. The CMPA took them away long ago and no one noticed. What the CMPA left Canadians with is a sham. Fortunately, most doctors, pharmacists, nurses and other health care workers are conscientious, compassionate and competent — They are dedicated to the welfare of their patients. They take seriously the Hippocratic Oath that doctors have been swearing for centuries. These professionals would be as shocked as the general public by the actual situation in Canada were they to realize how things are. The CMPA protects no one, not even doctors.

Well that's not entirely accurate. Let's be fair. The Canadian Medical Protective Association does protect bad doctors and it does cover up crime. The CMPA keeps everything looking good so Canadians can be so very proud of their Canadian medical system!

Sunday, December 9, 2007

The Secret Advantage


Robert Stinnett’s book Day of Deceit — and his own primary research upon which his book is based — is a major achievement in getting to the truth about World War II. U.S. Navy code-breaking of Japanese communications, combined with ULTRA, the British program that decoded German ciphers throughout the war, provided the Allies with a stupendous advantage over the Axis — who never suspected their enemy knew what they were going to do before they did it.

Of course the Allies won WW II. How could they lose? Stinnett's revelation does not negate the other things that were required to win. Yet, this huge intelligence advantage may be the main reason the Allies won in 1945. The Allies have never enjoyed such an advantage since and they have not won a war in the past sixty-two years, despite having gigantic advantages in firepower and logistics.

Day of Deceit by Robert Stinnett

Friday, December 7, 2007

The Gridiron


Remember this image. It is the Gridiron flag.

Thursday, December 6, 2007

The Enemy


I have seen the enemy and he is not one of the usual suspects.
- Morley Evans

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

The honourable BEIC


A few years ago, one of my physiotherapists was an Indian. One day, when we were talking about India, I asked him if any of the British had stayed on after independence. "Not one," he replied, obviously glad to be rid of the British. I was surprised. Since India is still part of "The Commonwealth" and it has the British bureaucratic system and English language, I thought the British would perhaps be remembered somewhat fondly. Boy am I naive! Any fond memories of British India are my own. In fact the bureaucratic system in India was invented by the Honourable East India Company (the British East India Company). It worked so well in India, it was adopted in the U.K.! So things are actually the other way around. And what is the actual record of the honourable BEIC? It founded Calcutta; took over India; invented smokable opium and international narco-trafficking; started the Opium Wars; and destroyed the Chinese Empire. It has been estimated that at one time 25% of Chinese men were smoking opium. They looted India and China. Oh yes, they also sold tea. The Dutch record is similar in the Dutch East Indies, which is why the natives there were not unhappy to be liberated by the Japanese in WW II.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

FDR Was A Devil

FDR was a devil. On the Atlantic, FDR and Admiral King (Joint Chiefs) gave Admiral Doenitz's submarines free reign by ignoring British messages that located the U-Boats — allowing the Germans to throttle the British. ULTRA had given the British access to all the German military traffic from 1940 onward. "The U-boats are here, bomb them." Nothing would happen month after month as Allied shipping was sunk. On the Pacific, FDR, and Admiral King let the Japanese destroy the British in the Far East by not warning their ally or their own General Walter Short, Admiral Husband E. Kimmel, or General Douglas MacArthur who were thrown to the wolves along with the British. The US Navy was reading all the Japanese military traffic long BEFORE Pearl Harbor. Then they used their ability to read all the Japanese coded messages to destroy the Japanese. Consider that the main objective of the 20th century was to shift power from London to Washington. This was the main result. The process that had started in 1914 was largely completed by 1945. All the old empires had been destroyed in WW I and WW II — all the empires except the American empire which no one here recognized as an empire until the policies of George W. Bush made this obvious. Others could see what it was; the U.S.A. has always been an empire. In fact, since 1945, we have been living in the New World Order. Certainly, we, who are people of the gridiron flag, could not see it. Many of us can not see it still.

NOTE: FDR promoted Admiral King over more senior Admirals; FDR fired the Pacific Fleet commander, Admiral Richardson when Richardson refused to cooperate in the scheme to provoke Japan into attacking Pearl Harbor; FDR replaced Richardson with Kimmel whom he promoted over more senior Admirals and FDR promoted General Short over more senior Generals. Kimmel and Short were fall guys who were court marshalled for dereliction of duty after Pear Harbor was attacked. Admiral Nimitz was appointed Commander of the Pacific Fleet to replace the disgraced Kimmel. General MacArthur was "out of the loop" as far as Washington was concerned. The War in the Pacific was engineered entirely by FDR. FDR also created the Manhattan Project to develop the atom bomb.

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Khrushchev's Cold War and Beyond


What's Bandow's point? I think his point is that Khrushchev was not Hitler either. But everyone (including the Illuminati) does what one can with what one has.

Khrushchev, who presented the U.S.S.R. as an equal to the U.S. knew the U.S.S.R. was vastly inferior. It was all bluff. But Khrushchev provided the Pentagon with what it needed to continue building up the "Defence of the West". Khrushchev was right (contrary to Bandow's opinion): the U.S. is run by a cabal of militarists. They have been running things from the beginning — even before 1776. One need only look at the record, decade after decade, century after century. Khrushchev might have done in the fifties what Gorbachev did in the nineties. But that would not have been good for business, if one's business is war. So Khrushchev had to go. Eisenhower had to go too. He knew the Soviets had no way to get nukes to the U.S. The U-2 flights proved that: that's what they were for. Kennedy was much better for business than Eisenhower had been. And Eisenhower had been good for business. Kennedy built the Minuteman ICBM fleet to "close the missile gap" which Eisenhower said didn't exist. (The Soviets didn't even have bombers like the B52. They still do not. But they do have a missile fleet, thanks to Kennedy.) Johnson was even better for business than Kennedy has been. (Or Truman. Or FDR. And both of them had been GREAT FOR BUSINESS!) Which is why Kennedy had to go. LBJ and the State of Israel may have been behind the Kennedy assassination: LBJ became the President, the Pentagon and "Israel" got rid of Nasser; "Israel" got the bomb and the great victory of the "6 Day War", thanks to LBJ. Going back to the Cold War, Anthony Sutton called the U.S.S.R. "the best enemy money could buy." He explained that U.S. capitalists had been subsidizing the "communists" from 1917 onward. Sutton had to go.

The cabal is really stretching things with Osama and Al Qaeda. They just couldn't afford to wait for the Chinese. And the Chinese are good for business. Is the cabal the Illuminati or is it part of the Illuminati? They managed to milk the bogyman that was Castro for over half a century. They created Castro too. They put him in power. One night Batista got a call from one of the Dulles brothers who informed him that the U.S. wouldn't be supporting Batista any longer. The next morning Batista flew out of Havana never to be seen again and Castro drove into Havana to cheering crowds.

Try this: on a strategic level, Great Britain was a fortress surrounded by a big moat, the English Channel and the rest. William the Conqueror (a Viking descendant) was the last person to successfully invade fortress Britain. That was a thousand years ago. I won't try to summarize the next thousand years here in one sentence, but Great Britain would become a world-wide empire without equal in 1763 with the Seven Years War. A few years later the empire would split with the American Revolution. Then, around 1901, the centre of the empire began to move from London to Washington. The transfer of power was completed by 1945. The U.S. continental empire has huge advantages over dinky little England and it is surrounded by a really really big moat: the Atlantic and the Pacific. The empire had acquired super weapons and global hegemony. But things keep changing. Today, economic power is shifting from the Anglo-American empire to the Far East. Today's debacle in Iraq suggests that military power is not working as well as it did for centuries. Vietnam and Korea confirm this. The empire has not won a war since 1945 and the empire has started lots of wars since then. Let's hope they will beat their swords into plowshares.

This is The Age of Aquarius so Let the Sun Shine In!

- Morley