Tuesday, October 28, 2008


What happens when you oppose the New World Order agenda of the global elite? Well, if you are the the leader of a small nation like Panama, then the globalists call on one of their enforcers (Bush Sr.) who invades your country, kills thousands of unarmed, innocent, unsuspecting civilians, kidnaps you and brings you back to America to stand trial for drug dealing. Never mind that there is not, and never was any evidence. Just disregard the fact that you may be an independent sovereign nation. None of that matters to war mongering Skull and Bones members like George H. W. Bush or his war mongering Skull and Bones son George W. Bush, either for that matter. If you do not cooperate with the globalists' plans for a One World Government and One World Economic System, you will be taught a lesson and fall into line, one way or another.

That is exactly what happened on December 19, 1989 when the U.S. government invaded Panama under the pretext of fighting "The War on Drugs." They were unsuccessful in overthrowing the government of Panama by economic sanctions and seizures of assets for two or three years prior to the invasion. The goal of the invasion was to replace the government of Panama with a leader who was more willing to cooperate with the New World Order agenda. More specifically, the U.S wanted to renege on a 1977 Treaty with Panama and Noriega refused their "offer".

I am currently reading a book called The U.S. Invasion of Panama, The Truth Behind Operation "Just Cause", by The Independent Commission of Inquiry on the U.S. Invasion of Panama. The book highlights many atrocities committed by U.S. troops as well as U.S. government officials. I will list some of the findings of The Commission.

-As the Report of The Commission shows, from 1,000 to 4,000 Panamanians were killed, thousands more were wounded, and more than 20,000 found themselves homeless. Once again the executive branch of the U.S. government, headed by the president, had taken upon itself to launch a war not authorized by Congress.(page 1)

-The Commission found all of Bush's justifications to be lies and deception, believed by no one in the U.S. government, and meant simply to gain support from the U.S. public, which disapproved of intervention in Central America. (page 5)

-Then came the unprecedented step of kidnapping a sovereign country's head of state to stand trial in a U.S. court that has no jurisdiction over him and not a shred of legal grounds for it's actions (page 7)

-Of course the invasion of Panama violated international law. One nation cannot invade another nation because of it's displeasure with policies, or leadership there. Of course it violated the laws of the United States. We cannot under our law deploy military force in time of peace; killing civilians at the whim of the executive. (page 12)

-In preparation for the coup, we we had followed the normal procedure in demonizing, as occured with General Noriega, the person we wanted removed. This we did through paid agents in the local media and through political forces that we financed. We also falsified documents that compromised our enemies and made certain that they were published. (page16)

-The headlines demonizing General Noriega were designed to psychologically prepare the population for the need to send U.S. GIs to kill and be killed.(page 19)

-Ample evidence reveals that the U.S. government and the Pentagon planned to overthrow the Panamanian government and replace it with a dependent and subservient regime(s) which would renegotiate the key provisions of the 1977 Panama Canal Treaties. (page 19)

-an embargoed Panama found itself unable to pay debt service on loans from The International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and others. (page 23)

-The Bush Administration quarantining of U.S. reporters so that they would be unable to witness and record the worst of the carnage in Panama indicated just how much it wanted the people in the United States kept ignorant of the brutal nature of the war. (page 27)

-Nine of the ten doctors on duty at Santo Tomas hospital at the time of the invasion were soon fired, arrested or in hiding after being labeled "Noriega supporters." The United States knew that their first hand testimonies would be powerful rebuttal to U.S. propaganda about the "clean" and almost "casualty-free" nature of the invasion. (page 28)

-Thousands of Panamanians were killed and wounded during the invasion. The bulk of these casualties were civilians. Estimates of the numbers killed range from over 1,000 to as many as 4,000. A precise figure is hard to arrive at because the U.S. government has carried out a deliberate and systematic cover-up of the numbers killed. (page 34)

-Many of the dead were brought in with no marks except a single shot fired into one eye, indicating extra-judicial executions. (page 39)

-U.S. media accounts of the invasion read like Pentagon press releases...there is not a single public photograph, video or eyewitness account of the moments when 23 U.S. servicemen were killed and 265 wounded...the U.S. media pool of reporters and camera people, who had been taken to Panama by the Pentagon, were locked up for two days and barred from going to the scene of the fighting (page 41)

- The Independent Commission of Inquiry has received numerous individual testimonies, collected by human rights organizations of people who witnessed U.S. troops using flamethrowers to incinerate corpses on the street in the days following the invasion. (page 43)

-fear of retaliation constitutes one of the greatest obstacles to getting a full accounting of the dead (page 45)

DOES THIS SOUND LIKE THE COUNTRY THAT YOU KNOW AND LOVE? Reading this book makes me want to throw up. Unfortunately this was not an isolated event. Every war in your lifetime tells a similar tale but you will never hear it on the 6:00 news or read it in your local newspaper. Try reading a book or researching the National Security Archives, supplement your only source of (dis)information. It will probably take you out of your comfort zone. Otherwise you will never understand what is happening to this country.

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