by Al Benson Jr.
Recently some friends in Texas sent me a little booklet. It was a speech given by a General Smedley Butler and the title of it was "War Is A Racket." General Butler, who was a decorated Marine veteran, told, in his speech, originally given back in 1933, how much money there was to be made in a war and who made it.
Although many may regard his speech, 80 years old now, as a bit antiquated, nonetheless he raised some excellent points.
Now, 80 years after General Butler's speech someone else has sent me a few comments about the Rothschild banking empire. In their commentary they noted: "In the year 2000 there were 8 countries without a Rothschild-owned central bank. They were: Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, Syria, and Iran."
"Now there are only 4 left; Cuba, North Korea, Syria and Iran." The Obama Regime is busily trying to get us into a war in Syria, which no one wants but the bankers and the Israel Lobby. They've worked the same game in Iran. Does anyone see a pattern here? How about following the money and connecting the dots.
Everyone gets something out of this but the American taxpayer and all he gets is the bill for it all--and his sons (and daughters, now) get to shed their blood so Israel can be rid of more of her enemies and the bankers can make big bucks. Such a deal, right?