History series: Vietnam
Good day or evening to all of you. It has been two weeks since my last blog post and the reason for the two week span was because I was absent as I was on a school trip in Bavaria, Germany, home of the Illuminati. Of course no Illuminati order was mentioned by the tourist guide, which was what I had expected beforehand. We visited the concentration camp of Dachau, upon which I felt my very soul trembling from imagining life in this and all other POW camps during the Second World War. I wasn’t as much shook by what I have seen than I was angry and emotional about it. Countless lives have been lost during the war in these camps, and we can all thank the satanic and racist occults of Bankers and other super-wealthy people. To that effect, I had the school photographer take many pictures of the camp inside, many of which I will post here. I took special interest in their propaganda material – mostly posters – that the Nazis have used. Joseph Goebbels was truly fascinating in his position as the Propaganda Minister. How much was his doing I do not know, but nevertheless all of it is incredible. It might seem odd that I am so excited about it, but I was able to see how they made the public believe everything they said, just as the general public does nowadays and have since the invention and the spreading of the television. Only that in Nazi Germany they used the national papers, radio casts, posters and so on. Still, they made tens of millions of Germans believe everything Hitler and Co. has said. Indeed, a very good act or performance can turn the opinion of the people into the other direction. It is our naïve nature, and our constant need to be lead and not need to worry about being leaders ourselves is what brings us to the downfall. We are a large flock of sheep controlled by the sociopathic and obsessed Elite.
World War II ended with a total of over eighty million civilian and military lives lost. A devastating number and a prelude to the start of Eugenics, which was widely, used during the war by Nazi Germany in various concentration camps. Their agenda was to try and find a way to enhance ones abilities in the way evolution does, however in a much faster way. I am guessing it would be used in military purposes in order to win the war. Dr. Josef Mengele was the leading scientist in this area. He was stationed in Auschwitz, where he decided who will live and who will die, gone through numerous horrifying tests and medical procedures including shock treatments, various amputations of limbs and other brutal surgeries. One of his goals was to create a prefect Nordic German. Mengele went into hiding after the war, and was allegedly reported to be seen in Brazil and other South American countries. In my honest opinion I strongly believe that he was recruited by the United States, as they took many Nazi scientists immediately after the war as prelude to the Cold-War era.
Because the people back then let the Elite get away with World War I and World War II, they were able to enter into another long and devastating era of military campaigns. The Cold War was nothing more than a cat and mouse play between the United States and the Soviet Union. Both countries spent enormous amounts of money on the war, and that is the main reason for it. I will repeat it again, as I did in the previous editions: when a country goes to war it needs huge amounts of funding, and it gets it from the Central Banks, at interest. This is how the ‘economic bubble’, inflation and great debt are created. It is estimated that the U.S spent a total of 8 trillion dollars during the Cold-War, which spanned out from 1945 to 1991. The Soviet Union allegedly used even more, and thus the fall of the nation.
The Vietnam War was therefore nothing else than a heating during the Cold-War and another series of secret agendas. The number casualties were quite high: A total of 1,700,000 military deaths, and another 4,000,000 civilian deaths! That is quite a heavy burden America! “The United States entered the war to prevent a communist takeover of South Vietnam as part of their wider strategy of containment. Military advisors arrived at the beginning in 1950. U.S. involvement escalated in the early 1960s and combat units were deployed in 1965. Involvement peaked in 1968 at the time of the Tet Offensive”. This is the official explanation of why The United States stepped in. This is, once more, a big fat lie and a pretext to why they really went to war.
As with the two World Wars, the reasons are quite similar. One is the all-so-popular monetary reason, where the country loans a huge amount of money from their Central Bank and thus creating debt. You have to understand that there is nothing more lucrative for a Central Bank than war as it is most profiting from them. Now by this debt, created during these wars, you have to understand that it is something planned for the long-run. The long run is where we are in right now. They [The Elite] have been pushing the downfall of the United States for a long time, and they have succeeded quite according to their plans, and the real effects of it shall be seen in the nearest future.
The second reason is a reason of resources. In this case drugs, not oil reserves. Huge amounts of Heroin have been transferred from the Golden Triangle to the United States during the 16 years of the Vietnam War. The Golden Triangle is an area connecting three countries: Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. The route was: Golden Triangle to Taiwan to San Francisco. Heroin from the Golden Triangle was sometimes smuggled into San Francisco in the bodies of American GIs who died in battle in Vietnam. One body can hold up to 40 pounds of heroin, crammed in where the guts would be. There is a very important person to be mentioned here – crème de la crème of the Illuminati order. He was known as a Greek shipping magnate: none other than Aristotle Onassis. Was he one of the heads of the Illuminati, or was he just a middle-guy for them? Probably the first one, because the Onassis family has been a part of the thirteen head families of the Illuminati Bloodline. He was a major puppeteer, whose goals were to become very, very rich and of course the combine goals of the Order. He made an enormous fortune selling Heroin that he’s attained during the Vietnam War. His source of wealth wasn’t only drugs of course. He was, indeed, a shipping tycoon and was a sure billionaire.
Aristotle Onassis is covered with a big mystery. It ties together with the Texan Millionaire Howard Hughes who, in the 50s, made his ways towards personal gains: buying up senators, governors and lastly V.P Richard Nixon, with a loan given to his brother Donald. He was the last one Hughes was able to bribe as Onassis carried out a carefully planned event: He had Hughes kidnapped from his bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel, using Hughes’ own disloyal men. A few days later, Mayor Cannon of Nevada arranged a fake “marriage” to Jean Peters, to explain Hughes’ battered and brain damaged in the scuffle, is taken to the Emerald Isle Hotel in the Bahamas, where the entire top floor has been rented for thirty days and was later dragged off to a cell on Onassis’s island, Scorpios. Onassis has there on out have a much larger power base in the U.S. – the Hughes Empire, as well as control over V.P. Nixon and other Hughes purchased politicians. Onassis had a double to replace Howard Hughes here onward for those few ‘public’ appearances that he’s [The double] made in the years after Hughes was taken hostage.
Last but not least I shall explain how the United States got involved in the Vietnam War. President Dwight D. Eisenhower saw communism as the greatest post-WWII threat, as they were afraid that communism would spread over South-East Asia and unite all of its countries. They called it the “Domino Theory”. Of course that is just a mumbo jumbo. Sure, communism was seen by the Western World as evil, but I shall disagree. I am more in favor of it than I am in favor for Capitalism. Just look what Capitalism brought us. Nothing, but pain and suffering as everyone wants a bigger share for themselves, the miss usage of poverty-stricken countries and everything centered over making profit, rather than actually making products and services that would benefit us. As everything Communism had its flaws, and they were big. However, it had good qualities: The people were united, everyone had a job, and there were no wealthy tycoons with the exception of maybe a few of its leaders.
In World War I, the U.S used the ship Lusitania as a means to get involved into the war. In World War II they provoked Japan to attack Pearl Harbor. They went in Vietnam as a pretext to eliminate and stop the spreading of communism. The official declaration came after an alleged incident involving two U.S destroyers being attacked by North-Vietnamese PT boats in the Gulf of Tonkin. This was known as the Gulf of Tonkin incident. There is one problem though, the attack on these destroyers never happened, it was a complete lie. In order for the war to last longer, the Elite – mostly David Rockefeller – funded both sides of the war. As an addition to this, a Vietnam’s Rules of Engagement has been published in 1958 with detailed instructions of what American troops were and weren’t allowed to do in the war. One of them stated “Critical strategic targets to be engaged via high approval only”. Besides all of this, the North-Vietnamese forces were informed of these limitations, and were able to form their military strategy accordingly. This is why the Vietnam War went on for so long. It was never meant to be won, just sustained.
In retrospect, the Vietnam War is quite similar to every other war the United States fought during the 20th century. There are always hidden agendas, and there was no war that has been fought for world peace or anything of the likes. Will we stay puppets to our masters or will we wake up to the tyranny we live in? That is the big question.
This is all for today. A new History Series edition will be posted next week. Visit my site again, spread the word and be a part of the resistance.