Sunday, February 03, 2013

History As It Has Been

I'm getting quite down hearted about the fact that print on paper is going by the way side. With digital documentation, the facts are subject to "updates" and possible hacking. Oh, I know, there is protection in place, but historically speaking there has always been a way around the protection in place . . . Locks keep honest people out. I got a little ranty, there, and didn't intend to, let's get back to the history I remember and don't want it to be forgotten, because I see something on the horizon and we need to remember, blame doesn't help, and memories tend to blur as time goes on. I want to talk about Iran.
The US hasn't had an embassy in Iran since the hostage crisis in 1979. I remember very clearly being a young woman watching Ted Koppel on Nightline, and the beginning of the program was always counting the days. Ted Koppel was not the original host and of course, the counting did not begin on day one . . . but it was a part of American history for over a year. This ordeal was horrible as it truly signaled the world would never be the same. As I watched the presidential campaign in 1980, somewhere the religious leader of Iran indicated if Carter were re-elected, the hostages would die. It was at that moment, I realized our election was being influenced by non-Americans, and from the events that unfolded, I'd say heavily influenced. Although Carter is blamed for the break down of negotiations and Reagan is remembered as the the President who saved the hostages, the hostages were released on the day of Reagan's inauguration. Ronald Reagan had no negotiating power on behalf of America through the hostage situation, but he was the choice of the Ayatollah Khomeini.
I say this because, already, the history is being biased that President Reagan solved the hostage crisis. Actually President Reagan avoided the Middle East quite a bit, except of course for giving arms to Iran, which we all learned about in 1986, as it was termed "The Iran Contra Hearings." Oliver North took the blame for his commander-in-chief, then was exonerated or pardoned or something later, so we really don't have the factual actual account, other than to know Iran was provided with weapons through the Reagan administration.
Now, let's fast forward to another democratic President taking the heat for not being hard enough on Iran, with sanctions, etc. Here's an interesting little bit of history as well. Saddam Hussein stood between Iran and most of the rest of the world, but G.W. attacked his country, unprovoked, and ultimately even knowing it was bad intelligence, had Saddam Hussein murdered in a mock trial by his old political enemies. With the death of Hussein, the world lost it's buffer zone between Iranian leaders with attitude and the rest of the world.
I'm not a complete conspiracy theorist, because I'm seeing this more as prophecy fulfilled, rather than a bunch of guys plotting and planning together; knowing none of them are trustworthy. I am reminded, however; of a man that announced we were moving into a New World Order and interestingly is connected to both of these administrations that have served to allow Iran to gain power and prominence on the world stage. I still remember the day, President George Bush 41 spoke of the New World Order. I also remember him sitting there, as vice president, through the Iran Contra hearings while the President was clearly showing signs of the Alzheimer's that was already invading his abilities. We also know, this same man, was well connected to the 43rd President, operating on bad intelligence, starting wars. This same man is also the son of Prescott Bush, a Wall Street banker, later politician who was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany.
I do not see this as a conspiracy, but I certainly would like the record to show, the history that actually took place, rather than emotional memories based upon political partisanship. I have one of those examples, to share as well, and it also involves George H.W. Bush. He is the only person who was over the age of 5 in 1963 that claims he doesn't remember where he was when he learned President Kennedy had been shot. Now that is emotional information on my part, but the information about Iran needs to be kept in perspective. Iran has been gaining power since the Ayatollah Khomeini told America who could not be our President, and he got his way. America has also ended up with some interesting laws on the books that are referred to as Noahide, but are quite similar, at least in the punishment portion, to Sharia Law. Those were entered in 1991, by the same man who told us we were entering a New World Order.
For G-d hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of G-d shall be fulfilled. Prophecy of the Revelation
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