426 dead Syrian children? US 1% heartlessly poverty-kill 1 million children/month in gruesome slow agony

Best current evidence shows that 426 dead Syrian children were murdered by the criminal US 1% and minions as a false flag attack to cause war on Syria. False flags are an aggressor nation committing a horrendous act, blaming the targeted nation, and then lying to the public for war support.

The evidence for this prima facie accusation:

  1. The US has a two hundred year history of repeatedly violating crystal-clear treaties for unlawful Wars of Aggression that include false flag operations and propaganda campaigns to sell the wars.
  2. Current US wars are not even close to lawful, and now disclosed through official US government reports that all “reasons” for war were known to be false as they were told.
  3. On-the-ground evidence shows US-backed rebels kidnapped the very same children shown dead from alleged gas attacks. US 1% claims of the Syrian government being responsible are unsubstantiated testimony from lying War Criminals; proved from the above two points.

In addition, I remind you that the US 1% spin to save “innocent lives” in Syria (explore herehere) is refuted by that same 1% reneging on every promise to save innocent children’s lives from preventable poverty. The US watches as one million children die slow, gruesome, agonizing deaths from poverty every month as the US refuses to honor all official promises to end poverty.

Since 9/11, US reneged promises to end poverty have killed over 100 million children, twice the number of children enrolled in pre-kindergarten to 12th grade in the US.

Since the 1%’s reneged promises from just 1998, the total deaths from preventable poverty is conservatively greater than from all wars, revolutions, murders, accidents, and suicides in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Since the 1990 World Summit for Children where the promise to end poverty was again sincerely pledged, total deaths from poverty eclipse all the above categories of death in all known human history.*

The leverage point to remove the 1% is for those of us among the 99% with arrest authority to exercise it for “emperor has no clothes” obvious ongoing War Crimes and murders of US soldiers who were lied-into criminal wars.

*Assuming 15 years of poverty deaths totaling 225 million and 23 years at 400 million (poverty deaths have decreased over the past 20 years) compared to the estimates of 160 million war deaths from Scaruffi, P., Wars and Casualties of the 20th and 21st Centuries, and 230 million from Leitenberg, M, Deaths in Wars and Conflicts in the 20th Century, (along with the relatively smaller numbers for murders, accidents, and suicides). Total global deaths in recorded history is probably a safe estimate given a global population of ~1.6 billion in 1900. My assignment for high school students on ending poverty with all of the documentation: The Economics of Ending PovertyDespite the investment to save a million children’s lives each month from preventable poverty being just 0.7% of our gross national income, despite that every historical case of ending poverty reduces population growth rates, and despite US promises to make that investment at global summits, the 1% “leadership” in government and corporate media renege and ignore all promises to end this crushing torture, these excruciating and prolonged deaths of children.

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  • Tonto

    Thank you for pointing out all these things that clearly seem to have happened. I can hypothetically assent to you assertion about all these things (and many more) that have been done by the U.S. military establishment.

    Where you lose me, is saying (apparently however momentarily as reality would likely only let such a thing occur) ending poverty reduces population growth rates. -Reducing- population growth rates means nothing, if the population continues to grow, and things continue to get worse, which they will.

    And you lose me with the notion that the U.S. has the financial and productive where-with-all to make these things happen for any sustainable period of time. It’s just not true. It’s a humanitarian utopian aberration to believe such nonsense.

    What you do not seem to understand is, the world over, there are countries who given the chance, (which is what you’re recommending, surrender to whomever would takeover the number one spot) would ride rough shod over the whole world in a much more ruthless fashion than the U.S. has the capacity the dish out. The Chinese are not nice people, Carl Herman. Neither are any of the peoples of the Middle East, Africa or Europe. People simply are not nice.

    In ancient times, the Greeks believed the only real human beings were Greek. And everyone else was merely an animal. Today, we know better. Everyone is just an animal. So, drop all the altruist pretense and look toward some real solution. Humanism is centrist delusion.

    I say the real solution is to dump the scientific knowledge set in favor of the knowledge set of categorical knowledge. This requires we see each other as animals. It requires us to honestly assess what is sustainable, and what is important enough to protect, by brute force if necessary.

    Ending poverty within the current conjunction of idiot humanitarian and scientific ethics built around some notion of a godly scientific progress -just is not a real concept. It is only a delusion that has been endlessly used by propagandists to encourage continuing on the current scientific suicidal course. In other words, if you want things to be better, then look at what has made them the way they are.

    Cherry-picking -children- causes makes for great propaganda in OUR culture. But there is no core of logic to your assertions about what to do. The un-empathetic Chinese could care less about children.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQxjiXqBIkQ

    So, get real. Your reformer ethics are as old as the hills. Read The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens, if you honestly want to understand the value of reformers (like yourself) over time.

    • Carl_Herman

      You’re welcome, Tonto.

      Look at the documentation for the undisputed historical record that nations reducing their infant mortality (the best stat associated with poverty) below 50 per 1,000 live births have always reduced their population growth rates to sustainable and often decreasing rates.

      Also look at the documentation that the world’s developed nations agreed to end poverty with just 0.7% of their income. This could be done with microcredit to cause a profit while saving lives, or with creating debt-free local or international currency to do so without financial cost to the developed nations (if 0.7% is too much for anyone).

      I observe that ~95% of the public want what we’re legally promised: justice under law that defends unalienable rights. Humans need to claim that right by stating the obvious: the US is run by oligarchic thugs that deserve arrest for obvious crimes centering in war and money.

      Until such time, yeah, we’ll have the lives of animals controlled by the 1% “leaders-liars” class. The game, Tonto, is what humanity will choose for the future as the facts become clear.

      Reality, facts, always show us exactly what is happening. The economic facts and solutions show us that human-animals could have unimaginable breakthroughs.

      And that said, as Lincoln Steffens lived to see, it’s one thing to explain and document corruption with possible improved models. It’s another to break the grip of whatever runs our 1% oligarchies to improve anything over time.

      That’s why I see arrests and/or Truth & Reconciliation as the only way to rip-open the comprehensive facts of what’s really happening. We can’t be free without factual accountability in government, economics, and media. Without facts, and having lying sacks of spin/propaganda for most peoples’ access to news, we’re being pushed into more severe animalistic conditions.

      • Tonto

        Read Steffens’ autobiography. It’s a short and enlightening read. Pay particular attention to the conclusion Steffens draws about his illustrious life in the final chapter. Steffens dies believing in his role as a reforming. We need not be so foolish, if we take a broader view of history.

        Fast-forward to today, and put Steffens’ able and learned perspective to work. The piece meal approach of reformers has and will always be taken as being an apologist’s summation of “progress” by the status quo. Reformers play a reactionary role in politics. They chase windmills, while the irreconcilable negatives of the future world proceed on course.

        In Steffens’ day Woodrow Wilson was a reformer, as was Teddy Roosevelt. As you might recall from your history lessons, Wilson fought the war to end all wars and signed the federal reserve act. And TR spread manifest destiny over the whole bloody world.

        Your boy, Barack Obama, has done his historical part as a reformer, giving the world super-NSA and more endless war, more DU contamination and more denial of the opposite of anything resembling progress by entirely ignoring both the false flag truths of 9-11 and Fukushima. Reformers are not honest. They’re ideologues, like you with your unwarranted self-confidence in the con game of public banking and micro credit.

        Reformers want to hurry up, to get things done. This altruist sense of urgency only plays into the hands of those who are already hurrying along destroying the world of man for fame and profit. The solution is to slow down, and look at what is happening with a broader perspective than any reformer has yet considered. Things are fine as they are, given the untenable alternative offered by countless mindless reformers who have not considered the impact of what they are demanding, like ObamaCare.

        The empirical view is simply flat out a well-conceived and facile distortion of the reality. There is no progress going on, quite the suicidal-opposite is occurring. You make that point perfectly well in your article. And then you go on to say, let’s have more of it, faster! There we differ, succinctly. At every turn, I say, let’s have less of it, more slowly, and with greater introspection about what history can tell us is going on.

        Let’s look at the categorical truth that reformers are destroying the world of humanity by focusing on minor aspects of the reverse-of-progress that is occurring and is apparent throughout all recorded history. Progress is a delusion. So, don’t try to sell more untested ideas that are puffed up by guarantying progress. Demand only actions that are going to keep things from getting worse. Yet another intrusive and draconian bureaucracy that is becoming ObamaCare is already making things much worse.

        Barack Obama, Mr. Hope and Change, has made things much worse, -much, much worse. In the one thing -you have done- that has had any effect in the course of events, however minor an effect that may be, you like millions of other reformer minded fools, voted for Barack Obama. Look honestly at the effect.

        • Carl_Herman

          Obama is a War Criminal and a fraud, Tonto; I did not vote for him. If you’ve been paying attention, I’ve called for his arrest along with the Bush cabal since I began writing publicly since 2009.

          I agree that reform is not possible unless the criminal 1% is exposed, removed from power, and our media re-established to communicate comprehensive facts on our most important issues.

          History does show progress has been temporary and limited, at best. We need full disclosure to discover our true status. We’re being lied to about everything, as I repeatedly explain and document.

          • Tonto

            The problem is, most people cannot handle the truth.

          • Carl_Herman

            Again: that’s the game. Because people believe more than they think, they’ll believe arrests and enough credible people on the media if/when it is remanaged for factual and useful info.