— hayk.m (@haykm2) March 22, 2016
They throw in Drummer Hodge, to rest
Uncoffined – just as found:
His landmark is a kopje-crest
That breaks the veldt around:
And foreign constellations west
Each night above his mound.
Young Hodge the drummer never knew –
Fresh from his Wessex home –
The meaning of the broad Karoo,
The Bush, the dusty loam,
And why uprose to nightly view
Strange stars amid the gloam.
Yet portion of that unknown plain
Will Hodge for ever be;
His homely Northern breast and brain
Grow to some Southern tree,
And strange-eyed constellations reign
His stars eternally.
The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner
From my mother's sleep I fell into the State, And I hunched in its belly till my wet fur froze. Six miles from earth, loosed from its dream of life, I woke to black flak and the nightmare fighters. When I died they washed me out of the turret with a hose.
An endless war
Is not God’s way:
It profits few
And fosters hate.
The Terror War’s
A giant fraud;
Drop the pretense;
Return to God.
Inside Jobs: Attacks on the Pentagon and the Twin Towers.
Our wages rise
When lands wage war;
We win a prize
For blood and gore.
War and Peace
It is my conviction that killing under the cloak of war is nothing but an act of murder.
Even pacifist agitation or the nation-wide fever of big sports competitions acts as a spur to war fever in circumstances like ours. Any kind of excitement or emotion contributes to the possibility of dangerous explosions when the feelings of huge populations are kept inflamed even in peacetime for the sake of the advancement of commerce. Headlines mean street sales. It takes emotion to move merchandise. And wars and rumors of wars are the merchandise and also the emotion of the popular press.
~Marshall McLuhan, The Mechanical Bride (1951). Marshall McLuhan (1911 – 1980) was a Canadian philosopher, futurist, and communications theorist.
In war, science has proven itself an evil genius; it has made war more terrible than it ever was before. Man used to be content to slaughter his fellowmen on a single plane — the earth’s surface. Science has taught him to go down into the water and shoot up from below and to go up into the clouds and shoot down from above, thus making the battlefield three times a bloody as it was before; but science does not teach brotherly love. Science has made war so hellish that civilization was about to commit suicide; and now we are told that newly discovered instruments of destruction will make the cruelties of the late war seem trivial in comparison with the cruelties of wars that may come in the future.
~William Jennings Bryan, proposed summation written for the Scopes Monkey Trial (1925), in Genevieve Forbes Herrick and John Origen Herrick ,The Life of William Jennings Bryan (1925), p. 405. This speech was prepared for delivery at the trial, but was never heard there, as both sides mutually agreed to forego arguments to the jury.
Chris Matthews Told to Stop Talking about Wall Street Banksters by Producer Live on Air During Rant https://t.co/yYFBc99hiY
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) March 23, 2016
"We are ‘ere met together
in this momentous hower,
Ter lick th’ bankers’ dirty boots
an’ keep the Bank in power."
— Ezra Pound (@ezrapovnd) November 18, 2013
Most wars in human history were banker wars fought for money and power. Politics and religion are just the scapegoat for stupid people.
— trutherbotgray (@trutherbotgray) October 23, 2016
The bank hath benefit of interest on all moneys which it creates out of nothing.
~William Paterson, founder of the Bank of England, 1694
Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The Bankers own the Earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen they will create enough deposits to buy it back again. However, take it away from them, and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear, and they ought to disappear, for this would be a happier and better world to live in. But if you wish to remain the slaves of Bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create deposits.
~Sir Josiah Stamp, President of the Bank of England in the 1920s, the second richest man in Britain.
“Every war begins with a false flag.”
We needed cause to pull U.S. to war
Across the ocean, for the people run
Toward pacifism, and we grow our profits
From stores of ammunition, food, and guns;
We said the ship had no munitions–lies–
The submarine torpedoed our deceit.
In ‘41 we practiced more deceit;
Americans stayed clear of Europe’s war
Until we roused them, starting with our lies
Of Yellow Peril, and we knew they’d run
When bombs dropped in the harbor, run for guns
To fight the war and multiply our profits.
We “couped” the man who would have shrunk our profits,
Set up a patsy through our skilled deceit,
So the Joint Chiefs would have to buy more guns;
With a false flag we escalated war
While young Americans shed blood on runs
Over rice paddies, based on simple lies.
In a new century they worked (our lies):
The Towers had to fall to grow our profits
In war against the Mideast lands; we run
Our pretexts through the media’s deceit
To demonize the innocent, so war
Will spread and we’ll earn profits selling guns.
The key: We scare the populace with guns
We sell to terrorists—we tell our lies
About the mass-destructive weapons; war
Will come as lies increase, so will the profits
We rake in, thanks to media deceit
With which we shape opinion, as we run
To vaults to stack our gold near the ski runs
And push to take away the Sheeple’s guns
With false flags, hoaxes, with so much deceit
We’ll conquer freedom where she dares to lie.
With obstacles removed, we’ll count our profits
Across the cemeteries from the wars.
For decades through deceit and death and lies
We’ve had our joyful runs, and we still gun
For profits, benefits of endless wars.
Jan. 1, 2015
Where do wars come from?
A group of people own the banks that control the governments and mainstream media. They create public approval by stimulating fear and anger toward the “enemy” via use of propaganda and staged violence. They profit off these wars while the people pay in taxes and lives. Haven’t you seen 1984?
All Wars are Bankers' Wars – a mind blower on so many levels https://t.co/gpgTfbBVML
— StephO (@bixiezip) January 16, 2016
"Wars are made to make debt."
— Ezra Pound (@ezrapovnd) November 1, 2013
Have made the world
A bomb-mad hell.
You Power Nuts
Can’t change the past
But you can fix
The damage done,
The strange brew mixed.