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War is Politics Where the Blood is Spent and not Saved

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), May 29, 2015 at 13:47

Syria still looms large in the regional scheme of things; but it was much larger in the hollow hearts of te world when a few years ago its emergence into the hostilities of its uncivil war brought to mind the fragility of life that is lived in the Middle East. There was no price too large (tens of thousands of lost souls) or too small (the young innocents) to pay for the sake of their false gods and their greater passion of lusts for that power.

As has been demonstrated, all things are leading to the greater consequence of seeking the final exercise of that greater they cannot control. All of the lesser skirmishes, starting from the Cairo 2009 pronouncement which led to the Arab uprisings, to the Tunisians, Egyptians, Libyans, Syrians, to the ISIS/ISIL/IS takeover of the vacuum left by the Ba'athists' collapses in Mesopotamia with the side bar of the Yemeni distraction coordinated by the Iranian Revolutionary leadership, all of which are building up to the crescendo of circumstances now appearing as we continue to meditate upon the surrealistic agreement of the Papal powers and the American Administrative Chief Executive, Cairo 2009's author. In cosmic terms, this is an alignment.

It appears now that the red line policy statement (ostensibly between the American and the Russian leadership by proxy) was nothing more than a red piece of thread; with the power to tie those that are bound in the common global process to bring submission to the masses in preparation for what is scripturally known as 'in that day.' Looking back in a 20-20 review, it lock-fitted perfectly.

BTW: if Texas is not in that mix, there is the tendency to agree with the Oregon scenario were it not for th fact that Oregon has a hard time trying to keep Californians (the other republic') out of Oregon politics.

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