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New American Century

Please, Lord, Not Another Like The 20th!!

By Wayne Jett © August 23, 2018

     The infamous Plan for a New American Century wished for a “new Pearl Harbor” to jump-start the 21st Century towards PNAC’s goals. Those goals included taking control of major energy reserves in the Middle East and Central Asia. The “new Pearl Harbor” took shape on September 11, 2001, in the destruction of the World Trade Center, Buildings 1, 2 and 7, and the explosion at the Pentagon. Most Americans viewed 9/11 as a woeful day. PNAC planners saw it as a busy day at the office with some miscues, but ultimately their hoped-for “new Pearl Harbor.”

21st Century, Years 1-18

     Today we are in late August, 2018, and already the 21st Century has seen the U. S. waging wars against people and governments of Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen and other nations of Asia and Africa. The costs in lives have numbered thousands of Americans and millions in other smaller target nations.

     The bloody overthrow of the elected government in Ukraine, followed by an even bloodier “civil war” against eastern provinces – all orchestrated by the Barack “Nobel Peace Prize” Obama State Department – was an additional product of the PNAC war-mongers’ vision of a “new American century.” The cost to U. S. in money alone through 2016 has been estimated at $7 Trillion out-of-pocket. The material losses to other nations where the munitions and lives were expended must be multiples of that horrendous sum.

     But even this awful performance pales in comparison with the comparable period 100 years earlier.

The First 18 Years of the 20th Century

     In 1901, President William McKinley was assassinated shortly after his second term began, and Vice President Theodore Roosevelt assumed the office. Teddie was the “human demi-god” of whom the ruling elite’s scribe, H. G. Wells, “had dreamed.” During nearly eight years as president, TR built the U. S. Navy into a means to project military power around the world.

     Both the Federal Reserve and the federal income tax were to be primary tools against the middle class, as stated in the elitist manifesto written by Wells in 1901, and both were enacted in 1913, Woodrow Wilson’s first year in office. The former president of Princeton University, Wilson promptly broke his campaign promises to block any “progressive” tax on earned income and any privately owned central bank.

     Even this blatant treachery seems almost minor when compared with later events of Wilson’s presidency. Consider what the 20th Century had seen by late August, 1918 – almost exactly 100 years ago. In 1914-1918, World War I killed 13 million men in uniform on all fronts. Property damage was estimated to be $400 billion, at a time when $20.67 bought one ounce of gold.

     Consider this, too: When the U. S. finally entered World War I in 1917, after much killing and dying had begun in 1914, President Wilson received a letter from the president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace advising that Wilson “should not let the war end too soon.” That little message to Wilson may have done the trick. Before an armistice finally became effective November 11, 1918, a U. S. soldier at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, was infected with a very deadly, man-made disease just before his unit was dispatched to Spain to enter the war.

     Thus, Spain was blamed for the “Spanish Flu,” also known as the “Influenza of 1918,” which killed an estimated 675,000 Americans in the U. S. alone (primarily young, vigorous adults between ages 20 and 40), and an estimated 20 to 40 million people worldwide. The ruling elite thereby succeeded in essentially matching the number of dead in six years of mindless slaughter in only one year of deployment of a super-killer disease.

     At the time of the armistice, Russia was already experiencing killing and suppression of its Christian majority by elitist operatives called “Bolsheviks.” These were individuals of the type Wells had described as “men of the New Republic”- whose moral code was based upon the premise that each was a creation of God. Therefore, anything each of them desired was deemed moral.

     Bolsheviks financed by the ruling elite infiltrated Russia in October, 1917, then kidnapped and later murdered the Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his family. Nicholas, his German royal wife and their children were devout, everyday Bible-reading Christians.

The Rest of the 20th Century

     All of this preceded the economic collapse of Germany and Europe, the Crash of 1929 and the Great Depression, the rise of Nazism and Fascism in Europe, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Senator Robert F. Kennedy, the attempts to assassinate President Ronald Reagan, the war in Nicaragua, the Gulf War, the fire-bombing of the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas, and the bombing of the A. P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

     What on Earth, specifically or generally, would make any person or nation – especially Americans – wish to claim ownership or leadership of the 20th Century?  The explanation is the “big lies” about our true history repeatedly drummed into young and old alike – and the psychopathy of the ruling elite whose agents wrote PNAC.

Reclaiming Our Human Rights

     Recent experiences (since January, 2017) in America – and among those considerable numbers in other nations who shout “Trump is my president, too!” – are unlike any in the 20th Century. We have a cause, we have a leader, and we have a critically important senior support team with a Plan. In sum, we have a campaign underway to expunge from the Earth the entire cabal of ruling elite who have mercilessly victimized all humanity for centuries.

“Someone told me long ago there’s a calm before the storm. I know! It’s been coming for some time!”

     The relative calm has lasted since December 21, 2017, while real battles have been fought in darkness and silence. The storm is about to break into the open in America and in other nations. We will weather it, we will prevail, and we will look for better days ahead in a century more worthy of all God’s creations.