The United States has a long and not so proud history of planning fake attacks on itself to gain public support for a war. Operation Northwoods: The Joint Chiefs of Staff approved plans for terrorist attacks in U.S. cities, killing civilians and soldiers, blowing up a U.S. ship, sinking boats of Cuban refugees, and hijacking planes. President Kennedy vetoed the plans in 1962, but they were close to being used to justify an invasion of Cuba. The Gulf of Tonkin: In August 1964 American destroyers allegedly battled three North Vietnamese torpedo boats on August 2 and again on August 4, giving President Johnson the support he needed to escalate the war in Vietnam. In reality, the August 2 battle was minor, with no Americans injured, so another more intense battle was imagined into existence two days later. In 2003, former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara admitted the second attack never happened, and in 2005, an NSA report was declassified which concluded that on August 4, 1964: “It is not simply that there is a different story as to what happened; it is that no attack happened that night.” The Vietnam war happened anyway.
This Saturday is September 11, the 20th anniversary of the false flag attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. Those attacks were masterminded long before 9/11, but not necessarily by those given official responsibility. “According to General Wesley Clark, the Pentagon had Iraq in its sights immediately after 9/11. Clark added that a few weeks later he was told of a plan to take out seven nations (Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran) over five years.” It is very likely this plan existed before George W. Bush even became president, and that the events of 9/11 were just used to partially justify it to the American public.
Iran was never taken out, and some globalists, neocons, and Israelis may consider that unfinished business. One proven way to justify more wars is to be the victim of a massive attack. So forgive me for thinking it is possible that a massive attack could occur on 9/11/21. There are many foreign nations whose people want to do the United States harm. And there are many foreign nations some in the United States wish to do harm to. If there is a big event, it might not really be the fault of those who take the blame in the news. It could provide a great distraction from problems like COVID or the economy. It could provide an excuse to start a new war. And if something goes wrong and evidence is found showing that American weapons were used – why they must be something the Taliban recovered in Afghanistan in August, when the U.S. military abandoned an estimated $85Billion in equipment.
Russia Today posted an interesting article: “As the West stokes fears the Taliban might seize Pakistan’s nukes, declassified files hint at the CIA’s role in their acquisition.” In the early 1970s, Pakistan was losing a war with India, which was firmly allied with Soviet Russia. In the late 1970s, Pakistan’s Abdul Qadeer Khan developed nuclear weapons while President Jimmy Carter worked to stop it and the CIA blocked his efforts. Despite deteriorating US-Pakistan relations (Pakistanis were mad America hadn’t helped them more against India) many American strategists still viewed Pakistan as an ally against the U.S.S.R. Unfortunately, Pakistan has since helped develop nuclear programs in Iran and North Korea, and possibly in Libya and Saudi Arabia. Relations with the U.S. have not been good since around 1974, and neither Obama nor Biden has made much effort to change that. Pakistan harbored Osama bin Laden and has close ties with Afghanistan’s Taliban. It is very reasonable to assume that someday, Afghanistan will turn to Pakistan for assistance developing nuclear weapons.
I have no special insights regarding the geopolitical strategy goals of the puppetmasters in Washington – and I certainly don’t have connections in Beijing, Moscow, Jerusalem, Teheran, Karachi, Istanbul, and Kabul. I wish I knew for certain what is in the plans. But I do have expertise regarding the prophecies of Nostradamus, and even if most people discount them as nonsense, I take them very seriously – especially since roughly 60 of them detail a third world war that ends in about 7 years, near the end of 2028. New York gets nuked, along with a few other cities. Nostradamus mentions specific latitudes and describes “cities reduced to dust” by a special kind of fire and death within the globes that makes it look like a second sun appears.
Nostradamus warns that WWIII will see a pan-Islamic alliance with China on one side, while Europe, India, Israel and America are on the other side. But the United States is initially unable to help its European allies, and Nostradamus doesn’t tell us why. In the opening rounds of WWIII, is America down for the count because of biological warfare? Economic collapse? Civil War? Is American too busy fighting China in the Pacific to handle a second front? Or is there a deadly first strike at the start of the war? Nostradamus does mention “America” by name, but he was focused on France and areas close by like Western Europe. He doesn’t give us every detail, especially for more distant lands like the United States. So while I have been expecting an escalation of tension to hit WWIII levels sometime around 2021-2024 at the latest, I don’t know exactly what happens next. But as the anniversary of 9/11 approaches, I expect something soon.
There is also a German book on Nostradamus by Rose Stern – the title suggests that WWIII is immediately followed by a pole shift – “Die Weissagungen befassen sich mit dem Hauptthema des Polsprunges und dem vorangehenden Krieg in Europa als Vorspiel” – but it looks like that book is no longer available….