Shades of Oceana

Oceana, the mythical mega-nation in Orwell/Blair’s 1984 is the result of the unification of the North American, South American and Australian continents with the United Kingdom. The UK in this instance is the center of the story and is thusly named Airstrip One. The name of the other part of Oceana eludes me for the moment, but this tidbit from Chimes of Freedom via oldepharteintraining gives us pause for concern:

In an inexorable build-up of propaganda and military encirclement prior to a first strike attack on Iran, the Bush junta, along with its London quislings, have switched their anti-Iranian propaganda from nuclear issues to accuse the Iranian government of “meddling” in Iraq and supplying Iraqi guerillas weapons with which to fight the US and British occupying troops.

The evidence for such allegations was always sketchy and reminiscent of the concocted lies about Yellowcake Uranium and WMDs, used by Bush and Blair to drag their people into a genocidal war crime against a much weaker country.

Now, an independent research organization, the British American Security Information Council, has produced its own report on the alleged involvement of Iran in Iraq.

“Whatever the true extent and nature of Iranian military action in Iraq,” the report concludes, “few independent analysts believe Tehran is playing a decisive role in the sectarian warfare and insurgency.”

Instead, the report suggests that “other, more strategic motives also lie behind the considerable US political energy being expended on highlighting the Iranian role in Iraq. Iran may present a useful scapegoat to divert the blame for failures in Iraq away from the occupying powers.”

“Recent allegations must also be considered in the context of the current crisis surrounding Iran’s nuclear programme. If Tehran can be cast as a source ofregional instability in the eyes of the international community, then the US administration’s hand will be strengthened as it seeks support for stronger measures to oppose Iranian nuclear ambitions.”

“In particular, should the administration decide to embark on a military strike – an option which it says is still ‘on the table’ – then garnering public and political support in advance would be vital. Without it, the global unpopularity for military action would likely greatly exceed the opposition to the invasion of Iraq.”

Tony Blair leaves the office of Prime Minister this summer, his successor intimates that his foreign policy will be more “Eurocentric” than Blair’s. Will this make a difference in present Anglo-Saxon expansionist policies? Or will Mr. Brown become a “poodle” to Mr. Bush and his successor?

So far Mr. Orwell (Eric Blair) has been very prescient about a US/UK alliance, if off by 24 years.

I bet he was an Oracle of Delphi in a previous life!

10 responses

  1. Hat tip and free advertising for Opit, our resident Wikipedia!

    Sometimes better.

  2. Thank you sir. Kicking right along. I’ve loaded Matt’s Blogsurfer and find it quite the toy – only for WordPress though.

  3. I don’t see Blair’s replacement acting any differently than Blair did, although there may be a pacification performance for a time to throw the public off of their guard… much like the Pelosi scenario in the U.S.

    My belief is that once you reach a certain level in politics, you have to conform to the elitist program… no exceptions. If you try to go independent, you are either ostracized, kicked out, or killed. Might seem like simplistic thinking, but then maybe we tend to over-complicate matters, and anticipate complexity in everything for it to have any legitimacy.

    I think that Orwell merely saw the sophistry of modern society for the ruse that it is, and dared to step outside of the box. Like little Toto, the dog from “Wizard of Oz”, who saw the ‘mighty’ wizard for what he was, Orwell ‘lifted’ the curtain of sophistry that had everyone cowed, and exposed the ‘wizard’ for what he was… a blowhard bully with nothing to back his bravado.

    The “Wiz” is a phony, but hypnotists bank on deception and sleight-of-hand to bamboozle their audience… to redirect their attention away from what the magician is REALLY doing.

    The NWO is all about unification. It’s coming.

  4. The deceased P M of Canada Pierre Trudeau made a similar comment 40 years ago. In his way, he had more absolute power in Canada than the President does in the U. S. ( until Bush anyway ) and said that he was constrained to an unbelievable amount by the system.
    I decided to troll on back because I recalled an article on hydrolysis from about a week ago saved on one of my sites under “The Water Car”. Running search, however, I came across this honey

  5. Sorry. That should have been what looked like an independent rediscovery of a ‘hidden’ invention.

  6. My Canadian commenters say that Canada is becoming just as authoritarian as the US.

    Is this preparation for the North American Union?

    What say you, people of the Great White North? Is this so? From what I’ve read so far, the answer is yes.

    I would like to see the South of the Border perspective on the forth-coming North American Union.

    What say you, Mexico?

  7. The EU has former Warsaw Pact nations now, some of which are willing to base US cruise missiles(Poland, Ukraine) to defend against “Iran” supposedly.

    Russia ain’t fooled, or I should say Putin isn’t fooled. He knows Darth Cheney’s plans to bottle up Russia.

    Is Eastern Europe the new “Airstrip One”?

  8. Secret talks with the Canadian government have been the buzz. Water ‘rights’ are a big deal because 2/3 of rainfall on North America occurs in Canada. Global warming – or something – was making the glaciers gallop away from the Icefield Parkway between Banff and Jasper. I expect river systems to lose flow drastically. That will stress irrigation systems too.
    The hoopla about nuclear power ignores radiation damage at abandoned mines and indigenous peoples problems from the contamination. There is likely to be a feedstock shortage. Iraq, oddly enough, is lousy with yellowcake, the stuff Saddam was supposedly going to bring into the country for his nuclear project ( the Joe Wilson/Valerie Plame hoo-ha that loused up reliable American intel on nuclear progress in the middle East. Nobody to confront the lies of the bozos in charge ) Yellowcake is, I believe, useless trash. But you can’t have all these third-world countries taking power that could be stolen for the West.
    Except I smell a rat. I think Bush is both more dangerous and vindictive than any have dared imagine – though with him and Cheney bouncing ideas of each other, who knows ? I read a psych piece that suggested he’s going to take the world with him on his ascent to the Never-Never : Mooney connections are strong with his gang. The looney bin may have missed world class catches.
    North American union ? Shoot, dad, we’ve had three countries joined in lockstep now for years.That’s what the “Free Trade” agreements are all about. It was never voted for up here – but the changed political party that won on the promise not to put it in was elected 13 years or so ago. Just like a Republican/Democrat switcheroo. Doesn’t really matter if you get Tweedledum or Tweedledee.

  9. All too true Opit, the NAU has been an economic reality since 1993, I was speaking to a true government and political entity, replead with a standing army and airforces.

    Yeah, Moonie = Loonie, no difference there. Although there’s been scuttle-butt (US Marine for rumors) that certain high level generals and admirals have been trying to put the Moonie/Loonie djinn monster back into the bottle. Scary behind-the-scenes possibilities there.

    Democratic/Republican Parties: Two horns of the same military-industrial-congressional-complex Minataur beast.

  10. The NAU is poised to launch in 2011, barring some fresh war to delay the limited attention span of the globalists, then we will see the value of the American dollar drop even further, which is really what big business wanted all along.

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