The Voice of the White House
It’s really all about oil.
We consume huge amounts of it.
The Russians are now the world’s largest holders of gas and oil.
We have spent the last three decades trying to sew up all the oil we need.
Now, with the Saudi fields drying up (but we don’t discuss this) and the Arctic opening up, we are frantically trying to get a foothold within the Arctic Circle but the Russians have beaten us to it.
That Greenpeace farce in one act was a failed attempt to try to frighten off the Russians. Like all such amateurish rubbish promulgated by our Blessed Saviors, it failed.
We have no face to save here, none at all.
Once this country is perceived as being weak, the legion of small, easily-controlled states will rebel and look for other masters.
Putin’s handling of the Syrian chemical problem was masterful.
It projected an image of a powerful peacemaker and made Obama.look sick and vicious.
The forthcoming business in the Ukraine will be another weight on the scale.
We will have more perceptions of American weakness, as personified by the demarche in Georgia. And if I were a Pole, I would move to Cleveland and improve its image.
I know what is in store for Poland and they do not.
Enjoy the holiday season. And be looking for the appearance of devastating information, via the Snowden Papers, concerning the U.S., Australia, Britain, Canada and New Zealand
And in the very near future, we will be publishing sensational excerpts from a forbidden manuscript compiled by the CIA’s Robert Crowley on that agencies’ activity behind the scenes in Vietnam.
Covered will be drug-running, extensive official torture centers, wholesale murder of innocent civilians, international manipulations concerning rubber and oil and much, much more.
These dramatic bits of iconoclastic history will be seen on the Slaughterhouse Informer. Continue Reading »