On The Money with Peter Hebert

March 21, 2013

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “See that no man deceive you,” March 20, 2013

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 2:59 AM

This installment of On the Money with Peter Hebert is titled “See that no man deceive you.” Jesus Christ said that. Who remembers the warning?
Hill & Knowlton, a top public relations firm in Washington, D.C., aided and abetted in the fraud on the federal government in the run up to war on Iraq.

Yes, the war on Iraq was based on lies layered on top of other lies.

About ten years after U.S. entanglement in Iraq thanks to the foreign policy of the Neo Cons, about 4,000 American soldiers died. The suicide rate among veterans outpaced the kill rate of the enemy. And, we got straddled with a $2.2 trillion debt just for Iraq though the Congressional Budget Office had estimated a cost of $14 billion for the war at $8 billion to $10 billion per month just to stay there. It was all based on lies … as much a lie as the federal government’s promises to China and Japan that we will repay them for buying U.S. treasuries to fund the war.

Take heed. “See that no man deceive you.” But, deception and unrepayable debt is the playbook that the federal government of the U.S. goes by.

Rogue nation states, axis of evil, Al-Qaeda, chemical attacks, WMDs, nukes, and babies in incubators … they all have the same thing in common. Lies, frauds, and deceptions used to justify war.

The U.S. is backing the Syrian rebels against the established government.

Syrian locals claimed that the Syrian rebels used chemical laden bombs.

Israel wants a 1,000 mile burn zone, a buffer zone, around the Jewish state.

The prophet Isaiah said that Damascus would cease to exist as a city. “Behold, Damascus will cease from being a city, And it will be a ruinous heap.” (Isaiah 17:1) Obama and Netanyahu will be there to help fulfill this dark prophecy.

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