Posted by Gareth Icke - memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 4 July 2021

Fearmongering Again: From Hyping WMDs in Iraq to Denying the Existence of Weapons of Mass Injections

BREAKING! Thursday, July 1, 7:31 PM: the Department of Homeland Security tweeted two hours ago that they will be conducting a simulation of the US government’s “response to a biological agent release whether it’s practice or real life”. The tweet is contained below, more information to come. DEVELOPING. 

Eighteen years ago, the American public and countries that belonged in the “coalition of the willing” were duped into a war with Iraq that led to a genocide. At least 600,000 Iraqis perished over the span of a decade as innocent men, women and children were burnt at the altar of the military-financial complex based on a discredited theory that Saddam Hussein possessed Weapons of Mass Destructionand was intent on unleashing them against the West.

The crimes against humanity that were committed against a nation that never attacked us would not have been possible had it not been for the ever obsequious mainstream media. Instead of pushing back against talking points and doing independent validation of the lies they were being sold by George Tenet and his ilk, the supposed “free-press” parroted Bush and Blair administrations’ propaganda and crippled society with fears of mushroom clouds blanketing America, the UK and beyond.

The non-stop stories of chemical weapons being unleashed against the United States and the malicious alliterations of biological bombs unleashing hell from Tikrit to Topeka conditioned Americans to accept a war that was planned by Project for a New American Century four years before the Twin Towers fell. On the eve of the “Operation Iraqi Freedom”, what was in reality Operation Iraqi Liquidation, an astounding 72% of Americans supported a war against Iraq. At one point, George Bush’s approval rating was 90%, the highest approval ratings in the history of polls.

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