Sep. 21, 2014

What Every American Should Read

In the photo is ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.  NSA documents reveal that Al-Baghdadi is a U.S., British, and Israeli intelligence asset.  Al-Baghdadi took intense military training for a year in the hands of Israeli Mossad (Israeli Intelligence).  Israel wants a confrontation with Arab states to take more land for Israel, as they did in the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, and balkanize the Middle East.  "Operation Hornet's Nest" was designed to create the perception that Israel is threatened by an enemy near its borders. [; 7/15/2014] and [Kurt Nimmo,; 7/19/2014]


1)   The Art of War, by Sun Tzu, Translated by Thomas Cleary.  Tzu  lived over 2000 years ago; a mysterious Chinese warrior-philosopher.  The Art of War is still the most prestigious and influential book of strategy in the world today; eagerly studied in Asia by modern politicians and executives as it has been by military leaders and strategists for the last 2000 years and more.

2)   America, Imagine the World Without Her, by Dinesh D'Souza, author and film maker.

3)   Between Two Ages:  America's Role in the Technetronic Era, by Zbigniew Brzezinski, National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter.  (Brzezinski is Obama's puppetmaster)

4)   The Grand Chessboard, by Zbigniew Brzezinski.  In this book, Brzezinski states that he and Jimmy Carter started the Nazi-like Mujahedeen, which Osama bin Laden later renamed Al Qaeda, to soften the image of the blood-thirsty group.  Al Qaeda means database, after the CIA database of Al Qaeda members that the CIA taps into, looking for members to send out on missions of terrorism inside and outside the United States.

5)   Who Runs Congress?, by the Ralph Nader Project

6)   None Dare Call It Conspiracy, by Gary Allen

The photo shows al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, a wing of Al Qaeda funded and armed by Saudi Arabia.  While ISIS is Saudi Arabia's military, 30,000 strong, they wear no uniform (except U.S. Military-supplied without insignia) - so that the U.S. cannot declare war on Saudi Arabia.  Baghdadi and ISIS were trained by the U.S. Military, as well as the French and British militaries, and are sweeping through Iraq, 2014.  Al-Baghdadi told Army Col. Kenneth King when he was released in 2009 from Camp Bucca, the largest U.S. detention camp in Iraq - "I'll see you in New York!"  Al-Baghdadi was released by Obama, knowing Baghdadi would end up on the battlefield as leader of ISIS.  Obama, without Congressional approval, sold Saudi Arabia $60 Billion of fighter jets, missiles, C130 cargo/troop planes that can take off from and land on unprepared airfields, as well as tanks, guns and ammo.  This was the largest, single military-equipment sale in U.S. history.

Judicial Watch has reported FBI sources told them that ISIS is operational in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas.  Is ISIS part of the illegal aliens that are now crossing the U.S. southern border, using the unaccompanied children as a cover?  Remember that there are 35 Muslim Brotherhood Paramilitary Training Camps inside the U.S., from Springfield, Mass, to Malibu, Calf., that will give safe harbor to invading ISIS troops.  ISIS stands for The Islamic State of Syria and Iraq. 

7)   Quinn's 11th Regiment, by Michael Ireland

8)   Swiftly Comes the Battle, by Denise Bronsdon

9)   Stop the Coming Civil War, by Michael Savage

10) Lacharite Profanee, by Jean Borella: 

"The French philosopher, Jean Borella, wrote a book called Lacharite profanee, in which he asserts that post-Vatican II Council - as in the Spirit of Vatican II - 'intends to annihilate all forms that establish a distinction between the sacred and the profane.’  Borella argues that there are three stages of degradation of the Christian soul.  In the first stage, grace and faith are received as a gift by Christians.  The state of grace is buttressed for Christians by both a supernatural religious order and a natural religious order - which are tensions and oppositions.  The supernatural tensions are:  Creator/creature, sacred/profane, sacred place/secular places, sacred vestments/secular vestments, etc. 

The natural religious order tensions are:  man/woman, parents/children, upright persons/indecent persons, master/disciple, etc.  Borella states that these distinctions are what Vatican II Council has tried to destroy - blurring the distinctions.  Borella offers the example of a historic moment at the Vatican II Council meeting when a specially prepared schema concerning upholding the rights of the Church and the defense of sacred tradition was put forward for a vote, but the vote was suspended by Cardinal Lienart for further discussion in accord with wishes of the Vatican II ‘reform’ block (those who wanted to change the Church).  Borella argues, an ‘advanced’ clergy ‘pursues its own intellectual and cultural modernization...striving to transform the celebrations of the Eucharist into the congregation’s celebration of itself,'" (Prof. Emeritus Howard Kainz, Marquette Univ., www.thecatholicthing .org/columns/2011/the-spirit-of-vatican-ii.html).

11)  A Story of Logan and Cooper, by Michael Meulenaere

12)  Propaganda, by Edward Bernays, 1928

Bernays was the nephew of Sigmund Freud.  He wrote:  "Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government, which is the true ruling power of our country.  We are governed, our minds molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of."


Advice from General Sun Tzu's Art of War:

"When sitting in front of a campfire, do not look into the flame.  You will not see the enemy coming in the night."

"Whether you live or die depends on the configuration of the battleground; whether you survive or perish depends on the way of battle.  Therefore measure in terms of five things, use these assessments to make comparisons, and thus find out what the conditions are.  The five things are the way, the weather, the terrain, the leadership, and discipline."

"In defense, you hush your voices and obliterate your tracks, hidden as ghosts and spirits beneath the earth, invisible to anyone.  On the attack, your movement is swift and your cry shattering, fast as thunder and lightning, as though coming from the sky, impossible to prepare for."

"Those who busily set out arrays of armed vehicles are expecting reinforcements.  They wouldn't rush around for an ordinary rendezvous - there must be a distant force expected at a certain time, when they will join forces to come and attack you.  It is best to prepare for this right away."

"Those skilled in defense hide in the deepest depths of the earth, those skilled in attack maneuver in the highest heights of the sky.  Therefore they can preserve themselves and achieve complete victory."

"They hide in the depths of the earth by taking advantage of the fastnesses of the mountains, rivers, and hills.  They maneuver in the heights of the sky by taking advantage of the times of nature."

"The rules of the military are five:  measurement, assessment, calculation, comparison, and victory.  The ground gives rise to measurements, measurements give rise to assessments, assessments give rise to calculations, calculations give rise to comparisons, comparisons give rise to victories."

"In battle, confrontation is done directly, victory is gained by surprise."

"If half their force advances and half retreats, they are trying to lure you."

"When they see an advantage but do not advance on it, they are weary."

"If birds are gathered there, the place has been vacated."

"If the army is unsettled, it means the general is not taken seriously."

"There are five kinds of spy:  The local spy, the inside spy, the reverse spy, the dead spy, and the living spy.  When the five kinds of spies are all active, no one knows their routes - this is called organizational genius, and is valuable to the leadership."

"Local spies are hired from among the people of a locality.  Inside spies are hired from among enemy officials.  Reverse spies are hired from among enemy spies.  Dead spies transmit false intelligence to enemy spies.  Living spies come back to report."

"One cannot use spies without sagacity and knowledge, one cannot use spies without humanity and justice, one cannot get the truth from spies without subtlety.  This is a very delicate matter indeed.  Spies are useful everywhere."

"So an army perishes if it has no equipment, it perishes if it has no food, and it perishes if it has no money."

"Therefore a wise general strives to feed off the enemy.  Each pound of food taken from the enemy is equivalent to twenty pounds you provide by yourself."

"In ancient times skillful warriors first made themselves invincible, and then watched for vulnerability in their opponents."

"So it is that good warriors take their stand on ground where they cannot lose, and do not overlook conditions that make an opponent prone to defeat."

"So the rule for military operations is not to face a high hill and not to oppose those with their backs to a hill."

Never attack while facing the sun.