War is not only good for business – the business of America is war
Trends analyst Gerald Celente said it, and it’s true. America’s business is war, more war, multiple wars, permanent wars, pillaging one nation after another for wealth, power, and dominance, while homeland needs go begging.
September 11, 2001 served as pretext to consolidate power, destroy civil liberties and human rights, and an opportunity to wage permanent wars against invented enemies for global dominance over world markets, resources, and cheap labor throughout Eurasia, Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Asia at the expense of democratic freedoms and social justice.
In its 2006 Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR), the Pentagon called it the “long war.” Former CIA Director James Woolsey said America “is engaged in World War IV, and it could continue for years….This fourth world war, I think, will last considerably longer than either World Wars I or II did for us.”
Today’s stakes, however are far greater and riskier because of Pentagon grand plans, including militarizing space as a platform for future wars.
[Excerpt of article by Stephen Lendman]