God’s Work

Another Trump Confession. He’s not bashful about telling The Truth, is he? HaHa!! Even though he’s a Narcissistic Serially-Lying Master Troll, he really is telling The Truth here. The American Interests he references are the interests of the Global Military Industrial Complex. The only part you play in it is providing the Cannon Fodder, meaning you provide The Blood of Your Children to cultivate the barren Middle Eastern deserts and your blood, sweat and tears toiling away making the weapons your children will use to kill and be killed in a land you will never yourself ever experience except in the Hell you are surely going to when you die.

For those not in The Know, Trump entered into an Arms Deal/Agreement with Saudi Arabia earlier today valued at $100 billion. This is what it’s all about, Folks. The whole Russian Collusion & Meddling Spectacle is just for Show and Political Grandstanding. So long as The Troll In Chief fulfills this most important requirement, he’s Good as Gold. Jim Baker is smiling and The Bush Crime Family too since they and the Saudi’s are old, and great, friends who go WAY BACK. The Lamestream Press provides the cover for the graft in the form of Sensationalized Spectacle, i.e. the Feigned Witch Hunt.

Let’s face it, the POTUS these days is nothing more than a Glorified Arms Dealer and Trump proved that yesterday by doing business with The Enemy. Trump was, is, doing God’s Work. Afterall, America is a Christian Nation and America is the Most Prolific & Prodigious Weapons Manufacturer The World has ever Witnessed. Therefore, God, their God and your God, loves Weapons. Their God, and your God, loves Death & Destruction. Therefore, their God, and your God, is Leviathan and it demands Hot & Cold Blood Sacrifices every second on the minute on the hour on the day on the week on the month on the year on the decade on the century on the millennium until Man is no More. YOU serve your God well building the weapons and then using them to destroy your children and everyone’s children in the Sacrificial Masquerade called War.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/18/world/middleeast/jared-kushner-saudi-arabia-arms-deal-lockheed.html

Just Like That, Trump is chummy with the Saudi’s when not too long ago, he was chastising them and they returned the favor. Remember? I do. I never forget. Ever. And I never forgive those who do not seek forgiveness and everything that entails to include atonement. One can only hope that one day The Traitors Within will be revealed and brought to Justice. But, for now, they represent & protect those who attacked America on 9/11 and perhaps the reason they do is because they are also complicit. Either way, they are demonstrably Traitors and should be executed WHEN, not if, they’re apprehended, tried and found GUILTY.

Trump is not a Person of Principle. He lives by one Maxim and one Maxim only — I Will Do What I Think Is Best For Me Each & Every Moment. His Maxim does’t always render favorable results, but it’s been good enough to make him a multi-billionaire so it’s been rather effective for him. He’s a multi-billionaire and he’s POTUS. Greed Is Good.

Trump’s Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, was a fearless & unabashed proponent of The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). Certainly Sessions is aware that the Saudi’s lobbied relentlessly against this bill to prevent it from becoming law. Their lobbying effort is still ongoing. The Saudi’s are eliciting the aid of Traitorous Lawyers & Public Relations Firms in America to kneecap the law and its effect if the legislation can’t be neutered per the following article from 28PAGES.ORG.

Meet 70 Americans Working for Saudi Arabia Against 9/11 Justice

How much would Saudi lobbyists have to pay you to help undermine a new law that enables 9/11 families and survivors to present evidence against the kingdom for its alleged assistance to the 9/11 hijackers?

According to filings with the Department of Justice mandated by the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), some of your fellow citizens have done so for as little as $5,000; others are cashing in on a much bigger scale. They’ll say they’re doing it for different, baseless reasons, but there’s no doubting the aim of their faraway masters.

The September enactment of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) was a resounding defeat for Saudi Arabia and its lobbyists in Washington. Undaunted, the kingdom and its fellow travelers in and out of the United States government immediately launched a coordinated assault on the new law.

Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham—who have urged colleagues to amend JASTA—represent only the legislative tip of the Saudi spear. Far less conspicuous is a formidable array of U.S. lobbying firms assembled by the kingdom.

McClatchyDC’s James Rosen reported last week that the armada now spans at least 17 firms—including heavy-hitters Qorvis MSLGROUP, Brownstein Hyatt and Squire Patton Boggs—collectively billing the kingdom more than $1 million every month. Many of these firms, in turn, hire additional companies and influential individuals to help carry out the kingdom’s wishes.

More at the link behind the title.

The group 9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism, which is largely responsible for the impetus & passion in getting JASTA passed into law, recently filed a 17 page complaint with the Department of Justice addressed to the Attorney General, Jeff Sessions. Consider this when you see photos of Trump and his immediate family rubbing shoulders with the Saudi Royal Family. Do you think Trump is serving YOUR interests? If you do, you’re sniffing glue.

The following is from PASSJASTA.ORG.

9/11 Families File Complaint with Department of Justice

Here’s The Link To The 17 Page Complaint. It’s Worth The Read. The Lamestream Media Won’t Touch This. I Wonder Why? Because The Lamestream Media is Propaganda, That’s Why?

One wonders if JASTA is being discussed, or was discussed, at all. I think it is/was, but certainly off camera and off microphone. The Saudi Royal Family is actually quite confident Trump can be made to do their bidding and defang & neutralize JASTA. I think they’re right to be confident. As Putin has shown, Trump makes an excellent Poodle. He’s Loyal Beyond Belief. If you can stomach his Bizarre Antics — and they can when money & power are at stake.

The following article is from Independent.

Saudi Arabia ‘Expects Donald Trump to Scrap 9/11 Victims Law’ as First Cases Brought Against Kingdom

The law allows families of the 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia and seek compensation

Saudi Arabia is expecting President Donald Trump to reverse a US law allowing families of the victims of the 9/11 attacks to sue the kingdom, as the first law suit related to the attacks is filed in New York, it has been reported.

The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (Jasta) was passed in September last year, which can see foreign governments held to account for acts of terror committed on US soil.

The law allows the families of the victims of the 9/11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia and seek compensation from its government. The first lawsuit was filed in federal court in Manhattan this week, according to Pix11 News, on behalf of the families of 850 people who died and 1,500 who were injured during the attacks.

Fifteen of the 19 terrorists involved in the 9/11 attacks were Saudi, and the lawsuit, filed by aviation law firm Kreindler & Kreindler, alleges Saudi officials aided some of the hijackers ahead of the 2001 attacks. The kingdom denies all allegations and any involvement in the 9/11 attacks.

Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Saudi Arabia’s energy minister Khalid al-Falih said his government was “not happy” about the victims’ law and warned there could be consequences felt abroad as a result of Jasta.

Former President Barack Obama attempted to veto the bill when he was in office, but his action was overturned by Congress.

Mr Falih told the newspaper the kingdom believes that after “due consideration by the new Congress and the new administration, that corrective measures will be taken,” though he did not elaborate on what the measures would be.

Mr Trump is reportedly popular with the kingdom and last week met with Saudi Arabia’s deputy crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, though the president has been a vocal supporter of the victim’s law in the past. He criticised Mr Obama for vetoing the bill, calling him “shameful” and claiming that it “will go down as one of the low points of his presidency”.

Mr Falih said the president and the crown prince did not discuss the issue in their meeting last week.

The US government has been lobbied by Saudia Arabia on the law before. In December last year Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir took an extended trip to the US in which he attempted to “try and persuade them that there needs to be an amendment to the law”.

Former US Secretary of State John Kerry said at the time that the new law “unintentionally, I think… puts our country at great risk,” while Mr Obama warned that it “set a dangerous precedent,” allowing the US to be open to lawsuits from people in other countries who have been affected by US foreign policy.

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9 thoughts on “God’s Work

  1. Cold,

    A couple three months ago I finished reading a novel then asked myself what I should read next. I turned toward my bookcase and spotted The Holy Bible. Inside on the first blank page was a brief note written in perfect penmanship – the kind that no longer exists – which read “To Kenneth from Mother and Dad, Christmas 1966”

    So that was 50 years ago and I had never cracked the book… about time, I considered.

    And so I set out to read it cover to cover. But don’t draw any conclusions about my motivations, I haven’t got a religious bone in my body.

    I’m 45% through the 1016 pages comprising the Old Testament. The New Testament adds another 288 pages and 28 more for indexes, references and maps.

    If you think the U.S. is all about war and the military industrial complex you MUST read the Old Testament — if you haven’t already. It is one slaughter after another. With the assistance of the one true God the Israelites manage to field umpteen thousands of fully armed men of fighting age. Their numbers including a count of their chariots and horse are boringly but tediously enumerated. In one battle where the Jews (who are not actually referred to as “Jews” thus far in 452 pages) are hopelessly out-numbered, so they call on God to help them. He sends an angel who single-handedly slays 120 thousand of the enemy in a day so that God can keep his covenant to give His chosen people the land long occupied by others.

    If you consider the total numbers killed, as meticulously recorded thus far in the Old Testament (i.e.452 pages) and think about the effort in arming and organizing their armies that must have been required it makes the U.S. look like comparative chumps. And I don’t doubt the same may be said of many countries/nations/peoples in the near or distant past.

    You are allowing our technology to influence your opinion concerning our degree of awfulness.

    BTW, this $110B weapons deal with the Saudis is only 1000 times greater than the sale price of that absurdly ugly painting that just went for $110M. Now THAT is a travesty.

    • I did read The Bible, cover to cover, in High School. I will never read it again. Too much self-righteous blood & gore for my liking. Looking back on it now, it’s Dark Comedy. Tragic Comedy.

      It didn’t have to be. It doesn’t have to be. And yet it is. And one of the reasons it is, is because people like yourself say, “that’s just the way it is,” the implication being that it’s destiny and it’s who & what we are as a species or God’s Creation and nothing we do can change that Basic Equation. To that, I say Hogwash!!!!

      I dont think your comment is a rebuttal or refutation of my blog post. In fact, quite the opposite. I think it supports it.

      Religion is crucial to Civilization, and Civilization, if nothing else, is about highly organized & strategic bloodshed. In otherwords, Civilization is War, and Religion is War. Religion is used to sell War to those who never really benefit from it except for a few measly crumbs, and if they’re lucky, a fancy new leg or arm and an Unverified Dangling Carrot, an Afterlife, called Heaven.

      Remember this Huey Lewis song? I do. It brings back memories of me in my Youth when I wasn’t quite so jaded by that which ultimately jades us all — Life. Memories of what could have been, if only. If only there was a God, or another God.

      I Want a New God — One That Does What It Should. I’ve had more than enough of this Monotheistic Abrahamic Bastard most people worship who gave us THIS and calls it Free Will. There is no such thing (as Free Will).

      I, you, we were born into a System by and for The Rich. We had no choice in the matter and no say. We were born Slaves, effectively, to one degree or another. Slaves to this System we cannot persuade or alter.

      I will be doing a blog post in the next week or two that conjures this New God — and what a God it will be. The Rich should beware. If enough people believe in it, maybe it will materialize as The Rich dematerialize and all those with Dark Hearts who seek to do harm and never hope and endeavor for a better World — a metaphorical True Heaven On Earth.

  2. Cold, am I correct that when you reply to a commenter you do so under the screen name Nobody?

  3. The following comment from Hugh at Ian Welsh’s blog can be found at the following link. I am providing screen captures of it for illustrative purposes.

    http://www.ianwelsh.net/the-off-ramps-never-used/#comment-88833

    Osama bin Laden is a Red Herring as it relates to 9/11. It was pinned on him and Al Qaeda but this simply isn’t true. How do we know? Because Osama and Al Qaeda didn’t take immediate credit for 9/11, and in fact denied it early on.

    Any Terrorist Organization worth its Salt will take credit for a Terrorist Attack it conducted and even for Terrorist Attacks it hasn’t conducted and had nothing to with whatsoever. Al Qaeda denied conducting the 9/11 Attack immediately in its aftermath, therefore, it was not responsible for masterminding the 9/11 Attack.

    So, who was responsible for the 9/11 Attack? Why was Osama used as a Red Herring? Who is hiding what and why? The Sheffield Report(s) add some clarity but not nearly enough. People deep within the American Government and people in very high places outside of the American Government know, and they never want you to know. Why? Because you can’t handle The Truth? I think those who know could come clean and it wouldn’t matter at this point. People just don’t care any longer or have no time or inclination to care. The Rat Race combined with non-stop media & pop culture distractions have eliminated people’s curiosity and sense of Justice. THAT, my friends, is Mission Accomplished.

  4. I agree with the Iranian Foreign Minister. Iran’s Military Budget is paltry in comparison to Saudi Arabia’s & America’s combined. How much damage could Iran really do, comparatively?

    Trump’s playing Iran up to provide the rationale for arms sales and a reinvigorated War on Terror. Remember, the War on Terror is very much the same as the War on Drugs. The intent & effect are nearly identical in nature.

    With the War on Terror, Weapons Manufacturers & Arms Dealers make yuuuuge money while the military budget is generously expanded, and with the War on Drugs the Cartels & Drug Dealers make yuuuge money and the DEA‘s budget is generously expanded.

    In both cases, the underlying menace/scourge that is to be eradicated is never eradicated and in fact becomes more prolific. Funny that.

    Donald Trump should worry about another 9/11 rather than making claims about Iran, says Tehran

    Donald Trump should spend his time usefully in Riyadh by discussing how to avoid his Saudi hosts carrying out another 9/11 atrocity in the US instead of making baseless claims of terrorism against other countries, Iran’s foreign minister has advised.

    In his speech to Arab heads of state in the Saudi capital, Mr Trump repeatedly attacked Iran, claiming it “funds arms, trains militias that spread destruction and chaos” and pointing to Iran’s support for Syria’s Bashar al-Assad as he committed “unspeakable crimes”.

    The US President added that people in Iran had “endured hardship and despair under their leaders’ reckless pursuit of conflict and terror”. Earlier, King Salman of Saudi Arabia also railed against Iran calling the country “the spearhead of terrorism”.

    Most of the 19 terrorists who murdered nearly 3,000 people in New York in 2001 were Saudi citizens and there have repeated accusations that members of the Saudi hierarchy were complicit in the attack.

    Iran’s foreign secretary Javad Zarif pointed out Mr Trump had himself previously suggested the Saudis were behind the 9/11 attacks.

    More at the link behind the title.

  5. Santa’s Little Helpers

    What incredible timing, you have to admit. It perfectly & unequivocally supports the point I made in the previous comment. The War On Terror is The War Of & For Terror.

    So far, The Islamic State hasn’t jumped out and emphatically raised its hand and said, “it was us — we did it — nanny, nanny, boo, boo!!” UPDATE: It has, but that’s not surprising since it claims any Terrorist Event as its own.

    I’m guessing The Russians since Russian Synthetic Terror has a penchant for Theaters and The Russians have no qualms about targeting children. The question really is, was/were Trump and his administration involved, meaning did The Russians tell him this is what they were going to do on his behalf so he could help sell his War On Terror 2.0 World Tour? If so, I believe he should hang, and hang really high and for a long time, say days or weeks if not longer. What do you think? Or do you prefer he merely resign with a Several Billion Dollar Orange Parachute?

  6. Saudis Gave the US $360 Billion in Deals — Now They Want Trump to Rescind 9/11 Lawsuit Law

    President Donald Trump struck a series of deals with Saudi Arabia on his two-day visit but the kingdom is still anxiously waiting for him to deliver on something else: the repeal of a contentious 2016 law that allows relatives of 9/11 victims to sue the kingdom for their deaths.

    Saudi officials have been quietly lobbying the administration and Congress to overturn the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, which led more than 800 families to file suit in New York in March.

    The problem: Trump supported the bill and can’t do much to change it even if he wanted to. Still, Saudis are convinced the man they consider the ultimate salesman will make a deal.

    “Do you think he will agree after all these activities we are doing for him?” asked Abdulnasser Gharem, a well-known Saudi artist who went to high school with two of the 9/11 hijackers in his hometown of Namas. Altogether, 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudis.

    Trump was welcomed like a member of the royal family in Riyadh over the weekend as he looked to restore relations with the country, which had soured during his predecessor’s tenure.

    He was welcomed at the airport with a long red carpet, booming cannons and seven Saudi jets that flew overhead in V-formation, trailing red, white and blue smoke. A large image of Trump was beamed onto the exterior of his posh hotel. He even received the gold medallion, known as the King Abdul Aziz Collar, considered the kingdom’s highest honor.

    Gharem, who has incorporated the 9/11 attacks into his artwork — he says he’s forbidden from showing it in Saudi Arabia — said Saudis, too, had suffered.

    “We were the same; we were victims. Someone like me in the middle of nowhere was affected by what happened in New York, but no one was listening to us,” he said during an interview at his Riyadh studio.

    U.S. and Saudi officials did not raise the issue publicly during Trump’s visit, the first stop on the first foreign trip of his presidency, and White House and National Security Council staff declined to comment on the issue. A Saudi official downplayed the topic, saying the kingdom had many pressing issues to discuss with U.S. officials, including the war in Syria, threats from nearby Iran and the civil war in Yemen.

    But Saudi Arabia’s energy minister, Khalid al-Falih, said in an interview in March that his nation believed that the new administration and Congress would eventually reverse course, and others here see it as a major source of conflict.

    “If Trump supports the JASTA, he will lose the relationship with Saudi Arabia,” Mohammed Alhamza, a social researcher and writer, said bluntly through a translator during an interview in his Riyadh home, reflecting a view heard widely among Saudis.

    More at the link behind the title.

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