Propaganda preaches war ….. Reading between the lines

Revelation 6:8So I looked, and behold, an ashy pale horse [[a]black and blue as if made so by bruising], and its rider’s name was Death, and Hades (the realm of the dead) followed him closely. And they were given authority and power over a fourth part of the earth to kill with the sword and with famine and with plague (pestilence, disease) and with wild beasts of the earth. Isaiah 17:1THE MOURNFUL, inspired prediction (a burden to be lifted up) concerning Damascus [capital of Syria, and Israel’s bulwark against Assyria]. Behold, Damascus will cease to be a city and will become a heap of ruins.

According to some Media psychology theories, the spreading of news linked to tragic scenarios such as nuclear war or catastrophic consequences would prepare public opinion for the worst. However, these tactics are also the ones used to secure popular consensus for war on a completely different front. Following this train of logic, forewarnings of nuclear war might ease acceptance for a traditional war, the case in point being that predicting a war on Iran (which the media portray as the one and only evil) would make it easier to get the international community to accept war against Syria. This might well mean that we are not so far from an imminent war with Syria. This would be particularly worrying in the face of the positions various countries would take which are not so dissimilar from the old cold war scenario. Russia seems determined to reject any war proposal against Syria. Sayyed Hassan Nassrallah the leader of Hizbuallah sent a clear message of their readiness to go to war with threats that this might turn into a conflict involving the entire region, whilst the Iranian position could never be questioned.

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