A Disturbing Series of Events: Governments Around the World Seem to Be Preparing for War

government prepares for warBy Daisy Luther

Remember how a couple of days ago the German government advised its citizens to start stockpiling food and water? Well, today they have announced that they are considering reintroducing conscription…the draft, to ‘help with any future disaster’.

And Germany isn’t alone. There are increasing hints in countries around the world that something big is on its way…and it won’t be pretty.

Do they know something we don’t?

The German government will discuss their emergency plans Wednesday. The BBC reports:

Germany may reintroduce a form of national service for civilians to help the army deal with a future disaster.

The role of civilians is part of a new civil defence strategy to be discussed by the government on Wednesday.

Since the strategy was leaked to the media there has been intense debate about stockpiling food and water.

In a crisis civilians might be obliged to help direct traffic or provide fuel and accommodation for the military.

Germany only scrapped conscription in 2011. However, it was not removed from the country’s constitution, which means it would be incredibly simple to reinstate.

Not sure I like the look of this.

The German Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance published a list

As I wrote about on Monday, the German government is urging citizens to get prepared – and quickly.

The German Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK) put the following list on their website as a guide:

  • 28 litres (6.2 gallons) of drinking water
  • 4.9kg (10.8 pounds) of bread, noodles, rice, potatoes
  • 5.6kg (12.3 pounds) of vegetables and pulses (preferably pre-cooked)
  • 3.6kg (eight pounds) of fruit and nuts (in jars or tins)

This it states is a survival list that should last an individual for two weeks in the event of a national emergency.

Wolfgang Kast, a public health manager with the German Red Cross said,

“People have become less and less prepared for an emergency”.

…We’ve got accustomed – not least because of the internet – to having everything available at all times,”

In addition to the food list he suggested medicines, a flashlight, spare batteries, and candles. Hardly comprehensive, but it’s a start. (source)

The American government has also issued recent warnings.

Last summer there were two alarming warnings urging Americans to get prepared.

First, in May, President Obama said:

One of the things that we have learned over the course of the last seven and a half years is that government plays a vital role, but it is every citizen’s responsibility to be prepared for a disaster. And that means taking proactive steps, like having an evacuation plan, having a fully stocked disaster supply kit. If your local authorities ask you to evacuate, you have to do it. Don’t wait. (source)

This was followed by DC Homeland Security Director Christopher Geldart issuing a warning to residents:

Everyone needs to dust off their evacuation plans, understanding Metro isn’t a reliable option over the next year.

“When we put more vehicles on the road– like an emergency happening in the middle of the day and everybody leaving at the same time– that’s going to cause backup and it’s going to take people a good time to get home,” Geldart said. “It will take longer– much longer– than they are used to. So what we’re telling folks is, you need to have a plan with your family.” (source)

And that’s not all. The hints are everywhere that war could be on the horizon.

The rest of the world hasn’t exactly been calm and peaceful, either.

In general, Europe doesn’t have the prepping mentality that exists on this side of the pond but it looks like they are starting to consider that the government may not be in a position to help its citizens.

The UK hasn’t come right out and said that Brits should start stockpiling food and water, but the government there has produced a Preparing for Emergencies booklet that few people even know exists. It’s ‘What You Can do’ page lists essential items that should be to hand in the event of an emergency and advises that enough food, water, and medication should be available to last a few days. The booklet also gives advice on various emergency situations and how to deal with them.

The pace of world events is picking up…yesterday it was announced that Turkey had evacuated an entire town as it intends to engage in across border action with Islamic State in Syria. (That has now happened Ed.)

North Korea has fired a missile from a submarine in violation of International law.


Every day, something worrying occurs on the international stage. Worrying developments that threaten stability across the globe.

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There’s something very suspicious about all of these unsettling events happening in such close succession.

We shouldn’t be waiting for governments to tell us to prepare. We should be doing it of our own volition. We should be taking responsibility for the safety of our families.

And we should be doing it now.

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This article first appeared at DaisyLuther.com

Daisy Luther is a freelance writer and editor. Her website, The Organic Prepper offers information on healthy prepping, including premium nutritional choices, general wellness and non-tech solutions. You can follow Daisy on Facebook and Twitter, and you can email her at daisy@theorganicprepper.ca

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49 Comments on "A Disturbing Series of Events: Governments Around the World Seem to Be Preparing for War"

  1. Germany just announced it will be using facial recognition technology in its airports and train stations. Might war hysteria be a cover for the Eye of Sauron watching the plebs’ every move?

  2. The boy who cried wolf.
    This could be a very legitimate claim, but how many times have we heard by the alternative media that world war three, or complete financial collapse is right around the corner. Have they stooped to the level of MSM and engaged in fearmongering and spin to sell stories? Would the writers of the alternative media really like to see the end of all the strife, because they are making good paychecks writing about it? Why aren’t any of them spear heading some effective action or movement to stop the corruption instead of just continually writing about it? We seem to have detailed descriptions of all that is wrong but no plan to fix anything. Fear seems to be really popular to sell things these days.
    Why isn’t anyone writing about the fear of our lack of action to fix what is wrong with America. So we will go down just writing in detail about our demise and how it happened and never actually do anything about it.
    Sounds insane to me.

    • It starts with one person. Please enlighten us as to what you are doing that is making a difference. Living much of my life where there are hurricanes ; we know the value of preparedness.

      • I understand the value of preparedness. I didn’t criticize that, and use it myself, but you know exactly what I am writing about. There is no value in highlighting all of our problems and then not doing anything about it. We have long since passed the point of engaging iin some effective action to counter the corruption and oppression. It seems we have a news crisis conveyor belt that just keeps churning out story after story keeping the readers entertained and coming back for more. Look at the archive. It proves my point and it isn’t just this site but almost ALL of them.
        Whenever I challenge the system I always get blamed by people whose nerve I seem to strike that I’m responsible and should fix things for them. One of the biggest reasons for our problems is that people are always looking for someone else to do fix things instead of getting infolved themselves. Even if I could magically fix everything for you, you would just be trading one master for another. The people of this nation are so divided they will never be able to come together in unity to act against their enemies. That is the problem. No unity, no plan, nothing but articles to read about our demise, and when you challenge people on that mindset they get defensive and go into denial and blame others.
        It’s going to take all of us acting, not just one person.

      • As all intelligent people should, and doooo! All the ignorant ones, sit on their behinds, and complain. They’ll be the ones that die first, because they’ll go ask everyone they know, to help their lazy *%$$%!!

    • Have you come across this article (and many more like it that refer to the long-planned perpetual war agenda of the US)?

      “China and the United States are moving in polar opposite directions: Beijing is rapidly becoming the center of overseas investments in high tech industries, including robotics, nuclear energy and advanced machinery with collaboration from centers of technological excellence, like Germany.

      In contrast, Washington is pursuing a predatory military pivot to the least productive regions with collaboration from its most barbaric allies, like Saudi Arabia. http://www.globalresearch.ca/chinas-pivot-to-world-markets-washingtons-pivot-to-world-wars/5541802

      • Hi Veri Tas, I read GR articles daily for years after discovering the website through Michael Ruppert’s From The Wilderness alternative news site ~13 years ago. Problem is, over time GR shifted from hard hitting analyses to a near constant drumbeat of compartmentalized reporting and a large heaping of learned helplessness negativity dished out by establishment gatekeepers (best example: PCRoberts). I won’t deconstruct it all here because my aim is not divisiveness, rather it’s to encourage more discernment from those of us who are awake. I still have the greatest respect for Chussodovsky, although, his strong left wing statist attachment to socialism seems to create many blind spots, as is true with the great contributors to the awakening such as Tarpley and Engdahl. For instance, Engdahl recently wrote on his website he is stunned and disheartened to learn China (which he thought opposed genetic engineering) is about to purchase Monsanto’s evil twin Syngenta. As astute as he is in some matters, I’m amazed he didn’t know China is a NWO entity, created by TPTB as their large scale model of technocratic rule. He also apparently didn’t know China has already been engaged in extensive GE experimentation with animals and is aggressively pursuing the far more insidious and dangerous new GE precision genetic engineering, as are Russian scientists.

        The war meme has always been a powerful dialectic maneuver. Plus, there’s a cluster of fear hitting us in the media all at once to further centralize control: Zika and Ebola, climate catastrophe, financial collapse, ISIS and other forms of engineered violence, widespread civil wars ,etc. A major world war doesn’t make sense because TPTB would lose control over the global economy to a large extent and the devastation would wreak havoc on the infrastructure they are building out. Just food for thought…

    • Nice insight!

      Karl Rove’s infamous quote tells us the powers that shouldn’t be understand that while we endlessly analyze their crimes and shape shifting paradigms, they continue to move forward completing the construction of their prison planet.

      “We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality — judiciously, as you will — we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors . . . and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.”

      • Exactly. This is what I have issue with and you nailed it. By not acting appropriately in time, we are always one step behind.
        But we seem to have allowed ourselves to get stuck in the endless analysis of what is being perpetrated against us. Paralysis by analysis.
        There comes a point in any effective problem solving you move past the identification no anaylsis, and go into reaction planning and then most importantly execution of that plan with ACTION.
        While we sit around just talking about what is happening, our oppressors are busy changing things in the REAL world that benefit THEM and work against us.
        There is one thing that is happening with our collective comments on the Internet that will eventually be a part of our solution.
        BRAINSTORMING. Look at all of the ideas and information we can bring together when we respectfully accept one another as equals in this dilemma. The thing we must always do is agree to disagree at times when ideas conflict. I’ve seen too many name callings and divisive arguments that are counter productive.
        But the development of ideas to put into action cannot be done online. That is one thing we will have to learn, and break the habit of thinking we are in a safe environment. Right now as I write, there is chance I am being monitored in some way. E will have to develop town hall style meetings where members can be openly identified and verified. Once peol start to show orinization and unity you can bet the powers to be will be right on it, and attempting that online would be impossible. Too many wear masks.
        All the answers we need are right here in our midst, we just don’t realize it yet.

    • Why don’t you just get prepared anyway, and quit whining? Better to have all these survival things, and not use it, than to not have anything, when something does happen. Only smart people stock up for emergencies. If you don’t, then you’ll be looking looking down the barrel of your neighbor’s gun, when you go up to them, to ask for food, or something, because you did nothing but complain, when times were good. Stop talkin, and start chalking. Take a hint from the little animals who stock up food for the winter, during the good, easy times…don’t be ignorant….they’ll be plenty of people like you, who will die first, who complained when they should of been stocking up..

      • I was very specific in my writing but apparently your comprehension is lacking. Your response is in error. I would suggest you re-read my comment. Just as mentioned in my writing, it seems I strike nerve with some and they go on the offensive.
        No whining here, just courage to speak the ugly truth about our own cowardice and apathy. This is why some get upset. They don like hearing the truth.

  3. Russia is bombing US positions in Syria !
    US keep it secret !
    High military war alert in Russia today !

  4. Herbert Dorsey | August 25, 2016 at 11:47 am | Reply

    Actually, it is not a war that these governments are worried about, but a large scale natural disaster caused by a large solar Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) event. These CME events in the past have taken down the electric power grid and have caused communication problems. Exceptionally large holes in the solar corona have been observed, which could be precursors of a CME event. Being prepared for emergencies is always a good idea.

  5. gustave courbet | August 25, 2016 at 5:14 pm | Reply

    Large scale warfare is less likely today than ever before in history. With the potential for escalation to the use of WMDs, and the heightened interconnectedness of the global economy, war would serve no strategic purpose to the major players. The great powers have long since realized that there are more efficient ways of gaining control of resources than major wars, and the atomic age foreclosed the strategic efficacy of such actions.

    • Botswana Jones | August 26, 2016 at 12:38 am | Reply

      I don’t think so. Tell that to Kim Jung Crazy ILL and the DPNK. They just test fired another missile, this time from a submarine into The Sea of Japan. Nuclear proliferation is a serious concern and a nuclear war could be triggered by accident or provocation. Look at the situation in the Ukraine as another example. The world is more dangerous now than in the Cold War. To think otherwise is wishful thinking. Hope for the best of course but prepare for the worst. Best of luck.

      • And of course there is “The Samson Option” where all major cities and strategic centers are possibly already rigged with nuclear devices for in case the psychotic elite become too frustrated with the non-compliance of the slave population.

        • Reminds me of Kubrick’s film Dr. Strangelove, Doug. A favorite book, The Real Dr. Strangelove and Dream of The Superweapon, makes an excellent historical case that long before the atom bomb was created, the global elite created predictive programming in popular novels and magazine articles (e.g. H.G. Wells) directed at their future minions to actually seek the creation of WMDs to force humanity to submit to a Federation of Mankind (the common term around the turn of the 20th century for world govt). A Tennyson poem describing exactly this scenario of a horrific death raining down in war forcing a world govt was in Truman’s wallet when he authorized the bombing of Japan. TPTB know exactly what psychological buttons to push, they’ve been at it a long time! BTW, Wells wrote the first UN human rights declaration.

          • Doug Stevens | August 27, 2016 at 4:37 am |

            Yes, it is an adolescent adventure to play around with designing and developing of killing machines and systems but these bright designers rarely consider the infantile psychopathy of the individuals who will eventually gain control of these systems. These spiritually retarded characters are devoid of moral constraints and they will conjure up a distorted justification for any cataclysm they wish to engineer on a targeted population.

            Thanks for bringing this book to my attention Blue. I’ve known about it before but I have now read some more reviews and I’m certainly getting a copy in my hands soon.

            All the best.

          • You’re welcome, Doug, and very well said about the blinders worn by the designers If you haven’t taken a look at it yet, you might want to skim through Political Ponerology, there’s a pdf preview free online.
            Best Regards, Blue. 😉

          • Doug Stevens | August 30, 2016 at 12:06 am |

            Yes Blue, I got introduced to Political Ponerology by a post from that other intellectual super spark Eddy Sachs :- )
            This very much defines the core of all politics and imo should be integral in all education curricula.

      • If you take reporting of the S. China Sea, for example, it’s more uber hype, esp. in large pockets of the alt media. In contrast to predictions of an escalating confrontation, in China, the controversy has been tightly controlled with the Chinese govt and media calling S. China Sea nationalist agitators “anti government extremists” who are foolishly ignoring the fact that globalization translates into a world economy that is linked and the boycotts of iPhone and Kentucky Fried Chicken would hurt Chinese workers who depend on their jobs. This was their exact wording (translated, of course). As well, Chinese govt internet censors were aggressively shutting down agitators. Why wasn’t this aspect to the controversy reported too in the alt media? I stumbled onto it in an internet search being reported by the global main stream media.

      • gustave courbet | August 26, 2016 at 10:08 am | Reply

        I carefully excluded regional warfare from my statement for the obvious region that such wars are common and will remain so (as well as the potential for more terrorism and the like).

        But the fear-monger concerning war between MAJOR powers is misplaced, as such actions (the US, Russia, China, Europe) are foreclosed as strategically enticing. WW III is not going to happen because those that would start it can gain what they seek through various other means (notably economic and proxy warfare). As von Clausewitz said, and I parapahrase: “War is a continuation of politics.” For instance, Beyond Obama’s “pivot to Asia,” China owns massive amounts of US debt and depends on US markets for consumer goods. Any military conflict with China will be occur through proxies, as the US engagement across Africa shows.

        There is, as you point out, the potential for accidental provocation, but there is more interconnectedness between foreign militaries and the US than ever before, even somewhat antagonistic ones like the US and Russia. There’s always a possibility for the unthinkable, but it is far less likely than journalists uninterested in the history of war suppose.

        • I think you might be naïve as to how far the psychotic “elite” will go to reset the global economy at a greater degree in their control.

          These vast underground bunkers and that illogically large wall around Israel gives me the impression that “they” are planning to drop the planet into the stone age soon.

          • gustave courbet | August 27, 2016 at 1:15 pm |

            The elites already control the economy, and there’s no slowing of consolidation and integration, meaning they are already acquiring what the ill-informed think they need warfare to get (that is last century’s paradigm). Global war, with the nuclear, chemical, and biological possibilities it would bring would destroy what the elite can get now with the stroke of a pen. I’d add that, while the ruling class is certainly unconcerned with human suffering, they are not “psychotic” in the clinical sense, but are pragmatic rationalists in the context of advancing their position. I suggest reading the writings of some of these elites. You’ll find that they are without empathy, but also uninterested in bringing the temple down upon their own heads.

            As an aside, the”masses” don’t have to worry about such depopulation efforts that a global war or pandemic would bring until the global economy has more fully transitioned to an AI/automated-based system, which we are still several decades away from at the soonest.

          • Doug Stevens | August 30, 2016 at 12:05 am |

            Psychotic as in having Serbia, Iraq, Libya and others bombed to rubble to crush their burgeoning independence. Psychotic as in conjuring justifications for mass fire bombing and nuclear incineration of cities all occupied mostly by women, children and elderly. Psychotic as in imploding a complex of skyscrapers in broad daylight, murdering thousands of innocents, and then sneeringly blame some other unrelated group. Ponerogenic psychosis does not exclude pragmatic rationalism.

            The publicly accessible writings of the so called “elite” are meaningless and the only real check on their hubris is the possibility of the masses waking up to their parasitic machinations before their technocratic gulag has been established.

            Maybe they wont initiate all out global war but I do not put it past them to suddenly detonate nuclear devices in all major cities around the world.

          • gustave courbet | August 30, 2016 at 9:31 am |

            You could have forestalled your spirited but wasted remarks by actually reading my response. As I said, the elite are not psychotic in some clinical sense (which entails a delusional loss of contact with reality and irrational behavior). The elite, instead, hold power as their ideal and are willing to devastate countries in their geopolitical games to safeguard it. They are very much rational actors; they are simply amoral ones.

          • Doug Stevens | August 30, 2016 at 1:00 pm |

            Ok, you’re right, this exchange has become a little redundant. From my part it was not really meant as argumentative but as an opportunity to expose my deepest insecurities regarding the Bolshevik psycho-freaks who have clawed themselves into control over our lives.

          • gustave courbet | August 30, 2016 at 7:38 pm |

            I appreciate and share your apprehensions. It is disquieting, at the very least to discover that it is not “responsible men” that run the world, but power-mad sociopaths. I would add though, that it is a hybrid form of oligarchical corporate socialism that seems to be forming into the new paradigm. It’s not traditional state-socialism on the model of the USSR, nor is it the ham-fisted fascism of the 20th century, but rather a system in which an interlocking collective of corporate, governmental, and military elites work in tandem to create their vision for global order. It has components of socialism, fascism, capitalism, and even democracy (though not in any meaningful sense). As Aldous Huxley said:

            “Given un­checked over-population and over-organization, we may expect to see in the democratic countries a reversal of the process which transformed England into a democ­racy, while retaining all the outward forms of a mon­archy. Under the relentless thrust of accelerating over­population and increasing over-organization, and by means of ever more effective methods of mind-manip­ulation, the democracies will change their nature; the quaint old forms — elections, parliaments, Supreme Courts and all the rest — will remain. The underlying substance will be a new kind of non-violent totalitari­anism. All the traditional names, all the hallowed slo­gans will remain exactly what they were in the good old days. Democracy and freedom will be the theme of every broadcast and editorial — but democracy and free­dom in a strictly Pickwickian sense. Meanwhile the ruling oligarchy and its highly trained elite of sol­diers, policemen, thought-manufacturers and mind-manipulators will quietly run the show as they see fit.”

          • Doug Stevens | September 1, 2016 at 5:00 am |

            Very relevant quote from Huxley.

            You have also perfectly defined the Technocratic gulag as I referred to earlier.
            I have not read Patrick Wood’s book “Technocracy Rising” but I’ve heard interviews he had with Joyce Riley at GCN and John Stadmuller at RBN.
            As you say, the system is being installed and run by a corporate, government and military “elite” conglomerate and they delegate to layers of hundreds of thousands of little bureaucrats who each has a simple, repetitive function to constrain and control the populations in the milking pens. And as control is gradually tightened so increased pressure is applied to squeeze the last drop of value from the population.
            We can see the trend now in the medical environment where parents are enforced to have their infants callously injected with a ridiculous regimen of toxic substances for corporate profits and antagonistic political agendas.

    • Wow, really?? You are really lost…and probably don’t stock up, because you think, things will get better…no one wants war, etc etc. I feel sorry for you.

      • gustave courbet | August 26, 2016 at 10:10 am | Reply

        I’ll copy my response to another commentor for you, as it’s long winded and I’m a lazy typist:

        I carefully excluded regional warfare from my statement for the
        obvious region that such wars are common and will remain so (as well as
        the potential for more terrorism and the like).

        But the
        fear-monger concerning war between MAJOR powers is misplaced, as such
        actions (the US, Russia, China, Europe) are foreclosed as strategically
        enticing. WW III is not going to happen because those that would start
        it can gain what they seek through various other means (notably economic
        and proxy warfare). As von Clausewitz said, and I parapahrase: “War is a
        continuation of politics.” For instance, Beyond Obama’s “pivot to
        Asia,” China owns massive amounts of US debt and depends on US markets
        for consumer goods. Any military conflict with China will be occur
        through proxies, as the US engagement across Africa shows.

        is, as you point out, the potential for accidental provocation, but
        there is more interconnectedness between foreign militaries and the US
        than ever before, even somewhat antagonistic ones like the US and
        Russia. There’s always a possibility for the unthinkable, but it is far
        less likely than journalists uninterested in the history of war suppose.

        • China is expanding economic interdependence with the US/west with the purchase of Syngenta – 25% of Syngenta’s revenue comes from US sales.

          This website chronicled the economic mergers of the east and west until it suddenly went quiet in 2015. https://newworldorderg20.wordpress (dot) com/ Observing global daily business news, the trend has continued…

  6. on oz news this morning(abc) something about the right of the PM to go to war without consent of other MP’s.
    what a bunch of psychopaths

    • Are you talking about Australia gibbon? Yep I saw that on our news too. Something about how they want the whole parliament to have to vote on going to war, rather than leaving the vote just to cabinet. An interesting story and I don’t know where that has come from. Who started that push? The Greens? Xenophon?

    • Endless war on terrorists (aka “extremists”) soon becomes endless war on the masses who might dare challenge elite rule.

    • We pretty much have that right here in the US.
      How many times have we gone to war without the approval of congress.
      We make it worse by not doing anything about it.
      In a sense, we are giving our consent when we are silent, and fail to act.
      What does that say about us?
      We have a real bad habit of thinking we are not part of them and our inaction won’t have an effect.

  7. I believe that WWIII will not occur without warning. There will be skirmishes. There will be movement of men and materiel. There will be threats that become physical altercations, small perhaps but building. There will be economic dislocations including bank runs or closures. We will have sufficient notice to leave potential target areas (large cities) in plenty of time to find relative safety under such circumstances but only if we know where to go and how to get there. That is the meaning of preparation! In Canada at least a good 20% of the population own vacation homes in the woods and on lakes distant from large cities. They are prepared without even trying.

  8. Garry Compton | August 26, 2016 at 7:50 am | Reply

    And Germany’s Government has just put Russia on their Enemy list — how rude since Russia and Germany had a lot of trade going on before Obama – stopped it. Merkel is a Traitor to Europe

  9. izraulhidashi | August 26, 2016 at 8:24 am | Reply

    Oh, now it’s a good idea to do something. Not when we should have those million of times we let corporations and government run over us like pimps and ho meet. Got it. Stand up and protect yourselves now folks. lol.

    • Yeah, and hope the lazy dumb ones, will listen to that….and stock up while they still can. But those lazy dumb ones, will be the first to die, when the shtf…

      • If the western transition to the techno Orwellian NWO looks a lot like what’s unfolding in the wealthy Gulf oil nations, then there will be no food shortages, riots, or major pandemonium. It will be seamless, boiling frogs all the way. Euphemistically: “Vision 2030”

  10. Hear him, hear him. Or, in this case, it may be HER.
    None the less, it is the spirit that counts, and I for one am kindred with you.
    Your comment read like something I would write myself.
    She strikes at the root of corruption, while many only bat at the branches.

    • It’s not a tree with a root and branches. It is a field of weeds that keeps creeping into your tilth. Your ’tilth’ is that fertile mind and soul that creates, produces, thinks, dreams, acts, loves, has faith, devotion and love. Those weeds are everything that robs you of your humanity, your dignity, your privacy, your thinking capacities, all of it. Were it all a ‘tree’ as your analogy runs, you could kill it with putting ax to root. But we see that no matter how many roots you hack, the weeds keep creeping in, taking over.

      Societal destruction is the weed killer.

  11. It’s called Agenda 21.

  12. @disqus_shp1LhjgLA:disqus
    You make strong points. Attacking those who have been brainwashed is exactly what the “elite” want us to do. It only strengthens them.
    They can use the attacks as fodder for their propaganda war by labeling the attackers as “racists,” “xenophobes,” “right-wing-nutjobs,” “extremists,” etc…
    By fighting among ourselves, we The People cede more control to those who foment discord.
    BTW, you said “your country.” What country are you in?

  13. Germany brought the problem upon itself by bringing in so many “refugees” from the Middle East.

  14. Lumpy Nate's Hog Head Chins | September 28, 2017 at 10:46 pm | Reply

    It isn’t war they are expecting.

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