US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks about Iran and North Korea after reading a statement at the State Department, on April 19, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by AFP)
The United States is engaged in acts of aggression against sovereign countries and it has no moral authority to declare other states as terrorists, says Walt Peretto, a writer and researcher based in Washington, DC.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday his country is considering putting North Korea back on the list of state sponsors of terrorism in order to “bring pressure on the regime in Pyongyang to re-engage with us.”
When asked from where does the US get moral authority to declare other states as terrorists, Peretto said that “because of the long track record of the United States and its intelligence apparatus in engaging in acts of aggression that includes destabilization of countries through proxy mercenaries, assassinations of heads of state, dropping bombs on civilians, etc. -- the US has no moral authority to engage in these forms of aggression.”
“The US and its political and intelligence allies are quick to label certain countries as terrorist states if they are being targeted for regime change and eventual absorption into the Western trilateral bloc of regimes committed to the establishment of a one world government to be controlled by an oligarchy of psychopaths with complete power over a sharply reduced world population of docile workers with a management/enforcement class in-between. At least this is similar to the stated goals of some of the globalists who wield great power today in international banking and other corporate adventures,” he said.
“The people who do have the moral authority to change the world for the better are the emphatic people who understand with clarity that the world portrayed by the Western mass media is a false paradigm that reflects the ambitions of the globalist psychopaths. Only through this awareness of reality can the common people come together to achieve a higher consciousness, not together under one political entity, but together in the common goal of undermining the New World Order and creating a new more decentralized patchwork of free people able to manage their own affairs without the rule of a corrupt and self-serving authority,” he stated.
“Instead we have been divided under many forms of division that includes belligerent nationalism, race, religion, political ideologies, economic inequalities, and more. With the common people divided and demoralized the New World Order makes its progressions,” he noted.
“To think they have any moral standing to declare other countries as sponsors of terrorism is ridiculous. However I do find the North Korean government to be a unique case,” he further said.
Why globalists are interested in North Korea
This picture taken on February 22, 2017 and released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on February 23 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (C) visiting the People's Theater to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State Merited Chorus in Pyongyang.
"Unlike countries like Libya, the Sudan, Afghanistan, Iraq, that have recently fallen into Western globalist control with Syria and Yemen now in the process---North Korea represents an experiment in the management of people that I believe the globalists see as useful," Peretto said.
"I don't believe that the West is interested in regime change there in the near future because they are not seen as expansionist and they don't have an abundance of resources that multinational corporations can exploit to any significant degree. Yet they have a unique totalitarian quality that I'm sure the globalists find interesting and worthy of study,” the analyst pointed out.
“The only way I see of stopping a New World Order dystopia from eventually engulfing the planet is for the common people of the world to stop looking to government to solve its problems,” he said.
“We need more localization, not increased political globalization. We all need to wake up to reality by education untainted by official sources and by the teaching of others, engaging in the teaching of others,” he said.
“We must also reject the Western corporate mass media as a source of reliable and trustful information. We must also work on deprogramming people whose psychology is deeply entrenched into believing the only way to improve society is by working within its established parameters. Lastly, we need a new way of thinking that is based on emphatic moral structures---not established immoral globalist systems of human management,” he concluded.