Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Intentions

I've always said that the motivations and intentions behind what people do is what I look to first. Anything else can disguise or distract. No matter how much I'd like to join in on the "religious freedom" wagon with the WTC mosque , it feels wrong. We must look beneath that veneer of "religion" and see it for what it is. What it has always been. Joan strikes at it here. But here, too, is a look underneath that construct - The Shariah Index Project. Why is this not our last straw?

More disturbing is this snippet:

"...Representatives from the Gallup Organization governance index pioneer, Dr. Robert Rotberg, joined the discussion by phone on the second day. Following these conversations with rating and indexing specialists, the scholars worked to finalize the index, including its methodology and measurable indicators [ie, Shariah Index 4.0]. ...After the formal meetings concluded, Cordoba staff worked one-on-one with a number of the scholars, soliciting additional information requested by the ratings experts prior to their formal work on the Index as well about the Indexing methodology and the book, with significant work with Gallup and Dr. Rotberg"

Interestingly, it appears that the same good doctor worked on a little symposium for
this . And guess who else is involved in same? Sara Sewall who just happened to be, "...one of candidate Barack Obama's foreign policy advisers and subsequently worked for the Obama transition, overseeing program review in the national security area, including the Department of State, DoD, DHS, foreign assistance, and Intelligence Community agencies; founder and Faculty Director of the Mass Atrocity Response Operations (MARO) Project, a collaborative effort between the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, and the U.S. Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute..."

An interesting dive into that PKSOI site revealed
this paper, drafted by these guys about Transitional Law Enforcement. Now, for it being couched in terms of international relations and support of Mass Atrocity Response, it sure does seem to reference the use of U.S. Military (or Federal forces) to enforce U.S. civilian law (see pgs 9 and 14+) an awful lot. If I were to draft a paper on how to halt a rebellion in the United States, I would probably try to disguise it a bit, too. (Yes, of course Noetic managed to get a huge crumb of the future Carbon Capture/Credit con. Why do you ask?)

Motivations...intentions...peel away the covers and look deeper. Strand after strand in the web that covers this madness. You will see that the emperor has no clothes. There is nothing to stand economies in the world upon. They must come up with something and thus far the need for oil holds firm. But the commodity is held in the hands of mad fools so they will bargain with them.


"Whatever you like, Sahib - build as you wish. While they look over there, we'll put these outlets in over here, and ensure that this venture moves along. After all, we've nearly paid off all those union pensions. Well, the taxpayers have. It was a nice slush fund while it lasted, no?" And that - just that smallest little piece - doesn't even begin to touch the thing. Connections - they have always intrigued me. And they are now so safe that they feel no need to hide them.

Expect horrible things if we try too hard to be free. They are making plans, you see. Have been for a very long time. Ignore the magicians waggling hand and look to the one he has tucked away as it holds the truth. Misdirection is a sign.

2 comments:

Joan of Argghh! said...

A beautiful essay (and thanks for the link!).

I tend to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. Now I sorta plan for the worst and hope for something a bit less than I can imagine.

*sigh*

LauraB said...

I hope for naught but lots of ammo and nearby.