Mandatory global 'integration'

U.S. Strike on Iran Nearing: newsmax
April 14, 2008

"Contrary to some claims that the Bush administration will allow diplomacy to handle Iran’s nuclear weapons program, a leading member of America’s Jewish community tells Newsmax that a military strike is not only on the table – but likely."

"The American commander in Iraq, Gen. David Petraeus, has stepped up criticism of Iran, telling Congress last week that Iranian support for Shiite militias posed the most serious threat to Iraq’s stability."

"MSNBC Commentator Pat Buchanan said Petraeus’ remarks to Congress lay the groundwork for a U.S. attack on Iran."
and from the Wall Street Journal:

"But now the Administration is saying that Tehran's "malign" influence has reached a new level."

"At a Friday press conference, Mr. Crocker added that Tehran is also developing "proxy" militias in Iraq that "are really instruments of the Iranian government"

"So: Iran is contributing to the death of GIs, is arming our enemies in Iraq, and is proceeding to ignore the world by enriching uranium for a nuclear weapon. Is the Bush Administration merely going to slink out of office with that legacy?
Before the globalists can finalize their plans, there are still a few of what they refer to as "non-integrating" nations, i.e. those that are resisting being controlled, and so will have to be subdued. Without question, Iran falls into this category and appears to be the next 'in line' for 'integration'. Understanding this makes it easy to see the real reason for all of the rhetoric of the last couple of years which has served as an attempt to create a pretext to war with Iran. The 'war cry' seems to be now reaching a crescendo and the above articles may represent a new, dangerously high level of what may no longer be just rhetoric. If this 'next phase' were to begin, it would fast-forward the entire agenda. Stay tuned

fyi: An excellent article on the "non-integrating gap" (2005)


[1-6-05] "Secretary of War Donald Rumsfeld has a "strategy guy" whose job is to teach this new way of warfare to high-level military officers from all branches of services and to top level CIA operatives. Thomas Barnett is a professor at the Navy War College in Rhode Island. He is author of the controversial book The Pentagon's New Map that identifies a "non-integrating gap" in the world that is resisting corporate globalization. Barnett defines the gap as parts of Latin America, Africa, Middle East and Central Asia..."

"In what Barnett calls a "Grand March of History" he claims that the U.S. military must be transformed in order to preemptively take control of the gap, so the U.S. can "manage" the global distribution of resources, people, energy, and money."

"Barnett predicts that U.S. unilateralism will lead to the "inevitability of war". Referring to Hitler in a recent presentation, Barnett reminded his military audience that the Nazi leader never asked for permission before invading other countries."

"Barnett argues that the days of arms talks and international treaties are over. "There is no secret where we are going," he says as he calls for a "new ordering principle" at the Department of Defense (DoD)."

fyi: Barnett's original '03 'official' list of the so-called non-integrating nations: pentagon's new map Quoting Barnett from this article: "it is always possible to fall off this bandwagon called globalization. And when you do, bloodshed will follow."

compare: realigning-nations
re: Africa, see
"After this I saw in the night visions, and behold a fourth beast, dreadful and terrible, and strong exceedingly; and it had great iron teeth: it devoured and broke in pieces, and stamped the residue with the feet of it" (Daniel 7:7 cf. v. 23)

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