SELL-OUT OR DIE

By: Peter Chamberlin

The war on terror is a psyop. Beginning with Muslim men, everyone will be forced into selling-out to the Americans or facing American bombs. The United States confronts the world with a large gun in one hand and large sacks of money in the other hand. Every man of fighting age will have to choose between wealth and resistance. Will he choose to provide his family with a life of luxury, or with a lifetime of strife? Will you take America’s side in its for enormous wealth, or will you fight for God, family and country to your last breath?

This is a new concept in warfare, overcoming resistance with bags of money, before the actual battle begins. (This is typical thinking for a nation which thinks that the Federal Reserve printing presses are the answer to all its problems.) In the perfectly planned war we will always fight poor countries, where every man is desperate for money to feed his family. In such a battle zone, dollars are the perfect defense. For an imperialist country such as ours, it is quicker and simpler to purchase your enemies with the greenbacks flying off our printing presses, than it is to invest in the military industrial complex which produces the weapons and the soldiers needed to kill them. The increasing tempo of the war demands a quicker, more economical process for eliminating “the enemy.” The next generation of weapons can wait until we eliminate all Muslim resisters to world domination.

Muslim men are now the focus of the US psywar campaign. They play dual roles in this drama, men to be either turned or killed, or men who have been turned, to be used to turn or set-up other Muslim men. The war plan is to kill-off all of these men who cannot be bought. The sell-outs among them are the tools to be used to dig up and root-out other loyalist patriots who will refuse to abandon their people, their nations and their religion. This means that good Muslim men are the true targets in the war on Islam. This is proof of the evil nature of the real war and the intentions of the men who have designed it.






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