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Friday, April 17, 2015

The American Political “Humanitarian” Spin-Job

The American Political “Humanitarian” Spin-Job
by BTA
The American spin-job of starting wars and destabilizing governments, due to our self-serving politicians, and their never-ending self-righteous strategic political accusations of “crimes against humanity” IE: Blaming the Castro’s, Putin’s, Ayatollah’s,  and Assad’s of this World, for the assorted societal and governmentally-inflicted ills of this Earth, must finally come to an enlightened and timely end. This age-old, D.C., tactical multi-party political move of constantly manipulating the American Public’s Social Hysteria levels, in order to nationally justify overseas robbery and homicide, must be revealed for what it truly is, - Shameful, Selfish, Irresponsible, Sinful, and Dishonorable. Our national history and our modern behavior, shows the World that once again our government intentionally targets and hurts common everyday people and their families, Worldwide and at home, who are innocent pawns in their conveniently timed accusatory parleys of old fashioned American scare-tactic politics, in order to “secretly” serve and protect their own interests, while smugly and pompously pretending to care for the welfare of the entire World’s population.
Mathew 7:5 – “Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.”
The Timber in our own Eyes
Congress passed the Indian Removal Act in 1830, during Andrew Jackson’s presidency, and also because of Jackson’s personal involvement in the forceful extermination and removal of many Eastern tribes. But Jackson was merely formally “legalizing” a pre-planned and carefully laid out scheme, which was implemented by one of the United States’ founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson’s plan outlined his intended atrocities to be carried out on America’s original inhabitants, in a series of private letters that began in 1803, although Jefferson did not implement the plan during his own presidency, he was just as culpable in implementing the crimes of this sanctioned Act of Congress, that were cruelly and mercilessly perpetrated against the Native American people, as the then, President Andrew Jackson was.
"Being deeply impressed with the opinion that the removal of the Indian tribes from the lands which they now occupy within the limits of the several states and Territories . . . is of very high importance to our Union”- an 1825 presidential message to Congress.