Did Soros Short The Euro?

A global crisis is quickly emerging as Turkey and Saudi Arabia unilaterally decide to launch their own attacks within Syria – and while NATO, true to form, cries and wags a finger, there is no consequence, no repercussion – as in nada, nilch, nyet.

We now have US bombers in the hands of our war mongering Middle East ‘allies’ bombing indiscriminately whomever they choose – and we do nothing. We have an emboldened Turkey who knows it is immune – an arrogant Saudi Arabia who knows they have more military equipment than the entire Middle East combined, and ethnic cleansing enmass.

The Sauds and Turks are bombing Syrian civilians and the Syrian government with an emphasis on Kurds. The US is acting like a fly swatter dropping a piddling number of bombs on unidentified targets. Canada has said that it is done altogether after a mere 200ish soirees, mostly in Iraq. France contributed by dropping 20 bombs over a period of a few days, and that about sums up the offensive.

France continues to be on high alert claiming that Europe is a viable target for much more destructive attacks. The Indian Prime Minister has been warned he will be the target of a suicide attack. Lavrov has warned that ISIS plans to extend its control from Pakistan to Portugal. And the Israeli Defense Minister has acknowledged that Turkey supports ISIS by buying their oil. Meanwhile Kerry continues to seem stupified that the crisis is unraveling to proportions not seen since WWII.

Despite these factual events – Soros has recently decided that ISIS isn’t really a viable threat and that we need to focus on bringing down Russia… Either Soros is senile, a good possibility at his age, or he’s desperate to deflect and hoping no one remembers his previous rants. Just six months ago it was Soros who demanded that the EU take in ‘at least 1 million refugees’. According to the ‘plan’ the EU would provide each refugee with the equivalent of $16,800 each year for two years and pay for this cost by issuing AAA Bonds. The cost for this Soros plan was $33.6 billion for the refugees and additional reparations for Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon in the amount of $20 billion euros. Of course these costs don’t include all the daily societal costs associated with assimilation.  Bankrupt the EU?

Interestingly, today Soros is claiming that the refugee crisis is the fault of Russia? Soros now claims that the EU taking in refugees will be its downfall and that Russia instigated the crisis and is in cahoots with ISIS. Can he manipulate the media into believing that fabrication? Perhaps. But the people have longer memories than a senile Soros.

And while Merkel caved to the Soros agenda, Soros is now pointing the finger back at Merkel, and her legacy may well be “The Fall Of Europe” when he is done.

Who benefits from the Fall? In 2010 and again in 2012 the Rothschilds and Soros bet against the Euro. It didn’t happen – then. Five years ago the Euro stood at 1.48 to the dollar. Today the Euro has plunged to a low of 1.06 and 1.12 – a fall of 28% -24%! With much more room to move lower as the crisis thickens. When Soros broke the bank of England, the pound fell 25% to the dollar!

But Soros isn’t satisfied with a replay of just a currency crisis to bring down the EU, he wants ISIS to infiltrate and annihilate as well. As the story went with Great Britain “while the British slept…”, so will it be with Europe, “while Europe slept…”.

So did Soros and the Rothchilds short the Euro? My guess is a resounding – YES.

Control the money and you control the people. Control the people and you control the country. Control the country and you begin to control the world.

From a strategic military standpoint, dropping 10, 11 or 20 bombs on ISIS is pathetic. Airstrikes in Syria by the US have totaled a bit over 2300 at an average daily cost of $9.4 million – over 1 1/2 years to date. By comparison, during the Gulf War the US, UK and Canada deployed over 2700 aircraft, flew 20,753 sorties, used 18,467 smart bombs and 9251 dumb bombs. Navy ships fired 802 cruise missiles, 153 air launched cruise missiles, 98 laser guided bombs, 408 anti-radar missiles and 908 cluster bombs. WHEW! We meant harm and we were serious – the Gulf War was over in SIX MONTHS.

What’s the beef? The beef is we have no intention of defeating ISIS because if we did – it would have been over a year ago!

While the US continues to demand that Russia end the bombing campaign and provide a truce, the US coalition simultaneously agreed to allow Turkey and Saudi Arabia to bomb both Syria and Iraq. Unfortunately, neither Iraq’s government or the government of Syria were in on this agreement to bomb their countries indiscriminately.

Given Russia supports the Assad government, and Turkey is in the heat of a feud with Russia after downing one of their aircraft and killing the pilot, the evolution of this is … not good. The agenda is to create a war greater than all wars with our US military inventory depleted and the Middle East inventory exploding.


Refugees, War and Toxic Waste – Who Have We Saved

Every time we bomb a country we create refugees. And then we cry foul and no one wants them. So who have we saved?

The absurdity of the cycle is that we supposedly enter a country to rid it of the bad guys, destroy the country, leave cities in rubble, and then wipe our hands, “Whew, glad we saved all those people!” Really? In actuality, what we accomplished was a tally of refugees that has grown to such devastatingly high proportions that they now have absolutely nothing and will die of hunger and disease.

In Syria, the number of refugees is now over 3 million. In Iraq since the beginning of the Iran-Iraq war and through the Gulf War, there have been over 4 million displaced Iraqi refugees. Yemen is the new Syria with estimates of 250,000 refugees, although a large number of Yemen refugees are Somali’s who sought refuge in Yemen from Somalia and now want to come back. In South Sudan, 700,000 have been displaced while 150,000 have fled and are refugees.

The UN has stated that there are currently about 50 million people worldwide displaced, seeking asylum or of refugee status. It is the largest number in history and yet we continue to add to that with every bomb we drop. We are supposed to be teaching respect and freedom, and democracy, but instead we are teaching war and destruction and devastation.

Solution: If you want to curb the number of refugees seeking asylum, stop bombing their country.

Granted, we aren’t responsible for every internally erupting country in the world. But the main categories of refugees include: Afghantistan, Syria, Iraq, Palestinian, and Somalis.

In the 1980’s, a number of European countries took advantage of the internal instability of Somalia to negotiate the disposal/dumping of 10 million tonnes of toxic waste along Somalia’s shoreline in exchange for $80million. Radiation related diseases have since become a major issue. Humanitarian?

In Syria, the chemical weapons were confiscated and then dumped. Where? Why in the Mediterranean of course where UN officials state that by adding chlorine the toxicity will be somewhat diffused. What is the impact of these chemicals and chlorine on sea life? That wasn’t considered.

In Afghanistan, the Bagram military base has a huge pit where they burn everything from televisions to computers, to all forms of electronics, waste, rubber, plastics, etc… Huge green and black plumes hover in the sky 24 hours a day. The gases are said to be causing respiratory illnesses, chronic allergies and various cancers among the Afghans as well as the military troops.

In Iraq, some estimates claim that 11 million pounds of hazardous waste was left behind when the US pulled out in 2010. What was the solution? To form a committee to analyze the problem. Ta-da! The National Defense Authorization Act ordered studies. So what the heck is this Act? It is a law that specifies the expenditures and budget for the Defense Department. So who is solving the hazardous waste problem? Not a clue, they are still assessing whether it exists while lawsuits begin pouring in.

But the burn pits took their toll and huge numbers of civilians and military are now claiming that the ‘Iraqi crud’ is causing lung cancer, anemia, and liver, kidney, and heart problems.

Solution: Stop starting wars. Let them solve their own problems while we concentrate on ours.

My father was an experiment in the Army. In the 1950’s he was ordered to Nevada to witness the nuclear tests. Officers were required to stand in the frontline while radiation consumed them. Soldiers were allowed to get some cover in bunkers but were still exposed. Decades later, my father contracted lung cancer which expanded to bone cancer, stomach cancer, a brain tumor and ultimately a very painful death.

So who did we save?

Weapons – Here, There and Everywhere

The US keeps giving away weapons to just about anyone asking. Unfortunately, it appears we frequently give them to countries that we think are or might be an ally, only to find that we go to war with that country at some future date – against our own weapons.

The latest is of course, Iraq.

In 1982 the US armed Saddam Hussein in Iraq’s fight against Iran. Iraq instigated the war with Iran. It is estimated that anywhere from ½ million to one million people died in that war. Another ½ million became permanent invalids. Over $228 billion was spent and the end result was over $400 billion in damage. The war included indiscriminate missile attacks on cities and civilians. It included the extensive use of chemical weapons. The major sources of the chemicals were DOW Chemical, and the US Department of Commerce. The US, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait aided Saddam Hussein.

The end of this war led to the Gulf War. Saddam Hussein ordered the invasion of Kuwait this time. The same country that had been an ally against Iran. Of course, this time the US was on the side of Kuwait – fighting against weapons provided to Saddam by the US in the 1980’s. The precipitating factor – oil. Saddam thought that Kuwait and the Saudis were siphoning his oil and therefore wanted to cancel out a $30 billion debt. Saudi Arabia ‘asked’ the US for military intervention. This time, weapons were given to Kuwait. Chemical weapons used by Iraq against Iran are now being used against US military.

Upwards of 30% of the weapons provided to Iraq could not be accounted for. It is presumed they found their way to various terrorist factions, including ISIS.

The Afghanistan war found our US military facing off against weapons provided to them during the 1980’s when we allied with them against the Soviets.

IN 2008, the US supplied weapons to Uganda and Burundi, half of which ended up in the hands of Al-Shabaab. Al-Shabaab is a jihadist terrorist group that has pledged allegiance to Al-Qaeda.

In 2012, weapons sent to Qatar and the UAE ended up in the hands of Islamic militants in Libya.

Weapons sent to Syria in support of the rebels fighting against Asad ended up in the hands of ISIS, including weapons parachuted into the country meant for the Kurds.

And now Iraq’s Prime Minister is seeking a ‘sustainable flow of weapons’ from the US with payment ‘deferred’ given the oil price crisis has damaged their economy.

It would seem that we do not learn from our past mistakes, instead we insist that this time … ‘they promised’. In fact we supply quite a hefty load of weapons to Middle East countries including:

UAE $3.7billion

Turkey $2.3billion

Afghanistan $1.06billion

Egypt $976million

Iraq $916million

Saudi Arabia $1billion

Oman $130million

Kuwait $107million

And the list goes on ad nauseam.

When these weapons turn up in the hands of El Nusra, Al Shabaad, Al Qaeda, ISIS, and even Boko Haram, suddenly everyone is mute. US weapons in the hands of Al-Qaeda in Yemen brings shrugs and California valley girl, ”whatever’s’. The oops factor.

Who has nuclear weapons? Russia, China, UK, US, France, Pakistan, India, and Israel are known to possess nuclear weapons. It is a possibility that North Korea, and Iran have a bomb. Countries that have nuclear weapon fuel Kazakhstan, Germany, The Netherlands, Canada, Belgium, Belarus, Japan, Italy, Poland and South Africa.

Saudi Arabia has signed a pact with Pakistan that it will fund their nuclear development and in return Pakistan will provide the Saudis with nuclear warheads. Other Middle East countries pursuing nuclear power include; Turkey, UAE, Jordan, Egypt, Kuwait, Algeria, and Morocco.

Are we concerned?