I have just completed a series of seven essays regarding my suspicions of this administration and my predictions of what lies before us unless we soon turn the progressive tide of events that are now overwhelming not only this nation but the entire Western Civilization.
I lay no claim to being a 21st century Nostradamus, nor to being in any way clairvoyant. My conclusions and projections are entirely the result of a great deal of accumulated knowledge and of applied logic. I am firmly dedicated to the proposition that one can look to the past and see the future, for the petty ways of mankind never change.
One thing that should be written in stone is that human nature, whether living in a smoky cave thousands of years ago or a penthouse suite today, remains unchanged. There will always be men seeking to lord over their fellow man, and there will always be the masses, willing to believe the lies of those they follow.
What has changed is our technology, and it has given birth to such wonders and such horrors that early man never dreamed of. It goes without saying that those who seek undeserved power readily embrace that technology and are quite willing to abuse it in the furtherance of their goals.
The essays I refer to examine today's political agenda, delve into why our political leaders seem so intent on empowering the dangers of Islam, and insisting on open borders, while disregarding the safety of the nation and the people they have sworn to protect.
It is my firm conviction that Barrack Hussein Obama and the elite of the New World Order are planning on the detonation of a nuclear weapon as a grand encore to 911 and using that event as a justification for the implementation of the totalitarian state we have long feared.
My views are recorded in the following efforts.
Iran, Obama, and Nuclear War-Part Three
Iran, Obama, and Nuclear War-Part Four
Iran, Obama, and Nuclear War-Part Five
Iran, Obama, and Nuclear War-Part Six
Iran, Obama, and Nuclear War-Part Seven
I welcome any other rational explanation of current events and a more likely future than the one that I project.