Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Who is the real terrorist?!






There is a new apparatus out there, another instrument has been added into the array of tools designed to control us in the he made world.
It’s called the terrorism myth.
 The two most frequently used words in the media these days are economy and terrorism. With time most of us will apprehend the correlation between the two and why the current system of economy needs the terrorism myth to survive.


As we all know, words carry a lot of power and energy with them; so I started first by looking at the dictionary.    
The word terror is defined as extreme fear, dread, horror, fear and trembling, fright, alarm, panic.
 Terrorism is defined as the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.
Ok, if I work my logic around these definitions, than who has used more violence and intimidation to achieve its political aims in the last 50 years?!
I think the answer is clear to all of us.
The U.S.A alone is responsible for the death of tens millions of people since world war two, all in acts of violence, designed to achieve its desired political aims!!!
So I guess by now we have acetated who is a terrorist.
I am not sure though if I get this right?
The state is allowed to inflict terrorism on other states or individuals, though an individual is not allowed to inflict terror on the state. Doesn’t sounds like fair play to me.   
                     

Of course we will all be better off once all acts of terror and violence are shunned and love and dialogue is embraced as the desired alternative.
We first started to hear the word terrorism buzzing around in the media in the seventies when the PLO was engaged in an armed struggle against the Zionist occupation of its homeland.
Yes, the PLO was engaging in acts of violence, which according to the dictionary could be defined as terror. So was the Jewish state. In fact its acts of violence were much greater than the PLO, though no one ascribed to them the word terrorism.
So what makes one act of violence legitimate and another a terrorist?
For the Palestinian, a PLO fighter is a revolutionary. For the Vietnamese a, Vietcong fighter is a freedom fighter. For the Afghani, the resistance is a battle for the homeland.  For the tribal in the forests of India the Naxal is fighting for the survival of its tribal culture and traditions.   
All of the above are termed by the state as terrorist.
So its seems that it all depends on which side of the fence you are sitting.

The state of course is in closer relationship with the media; hence it uses the myth of terrorism to silence any opposition and dissent.
Now days this terrorism story is used to silence any opposition to the advent of multinational companies, as they conquer more and more territory, in their quest to exercise total control of the land and resourced worldwide.
Anyway, back to the terrorist story. The state is allowed to murder millions, because it feels it has a moral right to do so. An individual cannot blow himself into shreds in an of desperation at the states operation – he has not been sanctioned the moral right to do so by the powers to be.
 One of the most spectacular acts of terrorism was committed on September 11 2001 by the American state.
Now whoever still has doubt the 9/11 was an inside job, is just refusing to look at the facts. There is ample of information out there to dispel any doubt on the subject.
When I was in NYC in the summer of 2007 I went a few times to Union Square to participate in a forum on 9/11.
Some far out extremist didn’t deliver the speeches there; rather, lawyers, architects, engineers, fireman, medic, scientist etc.

All had one conclusion. That it was impossible for these 2 planes to bring down one tower, let alone three!        
So why was it necessary for the state to enact such a despicable act against its people?
Who is really the real terrorist here? In my mind it’s the ones that perpetuate the myth of terrorism, so to advance their agenda and eliminate all open avenues of resistance.
The American state had to enact such a spectacular act against its own people, because its citizenry were starting to wake up.

All over the world people are awakening to the fact that the current system is rotten and needs to be uprooted.
I use the word uprooted, because some may say we can just modify the system. We can’t. It is rotten to its core.
So as an awaking was taken place simultaneously world wide, the state needed a way to silence the opposition. Hence enacting an act of terrorism in order to cower us all to a submission, and make dissent almost impossible.
There is another reason for making us all terrorist - to creating an enemy out of all of us.
The American state relies on its military industrial complex for its survival.
Manufacturing weapons of mass destruction is literally America’s biggest export. Of course they call it defence industries; what a joke.
So it makes sense to make more of us into an enemy. It oils the economy, and makes silencing dissent easier.
As I said in one of my earlier post. Once dissent was considered a sign of a healthy democracy. Now it is seen as a rebellion.
The current state, which can actually be anywhere you live, does not tolerate dissent.        

The current state is ruled by a bunch of transnational companies, which rely on the myth of terrorism for there survival.
These companies have bigger economies then most sovereign nations, and are answerable to no one, apart from there balanced sheets.
So, once I turned my head around this nasty puzzle, I realised that in order to get rid of the terrorism myth, we have to eradicate the economy myth. (Future postings)
So Let us not be fooled anymore by the notion, that it is necessary to curtail our freedoms in order to secure our freedom. This is a contradiction in terms, one that is dished out to us, in order that we accept our diminishing liberties to be.
Another world is possible. A world where we live in harmony, all hands together in a deep embrace.
A world where fear has lost its griping power over the populace and has been replaced by the melody of love and sharing.
A world designed for the welfare of all, rather than a few shareholders playing the casino royal on wall St.
We can and will create this world. The other choice is continuing to live in terror. This is not something any of us want!







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