Can a Cartoon Trigger WW3?
Do not underestimate the latest furor over the 'hostile' Mohammad cartoon published in European newspapers recently.
In case you've been out of contact, newspapers in Denmark, Norway, France and Germany have published a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammad wearing a turban in the shape of a bomb with a burning fuse. The cartoon is offensive to Muslims the world over since the Prophet may not be displayed in public places, let alone caricaturized. Here is further background.
Keep in mind that Albert Pike's letter of 1871 (whether real or imagined), predicted 3 world wars. The Third World War, according to Pike, must be conducted in such a way that Islam (the Moslem Arabic World) and political Zionism (the State of Israel) mutually destroy each other. If this is to occur as predicted, surely the animosity between Muslims and the non-Arab world must be stepped up a notch to trigger a reason for attack on a predominantly Muslim nation - perhaps Iran or Syria?
What intrigues me about this incident is that the warmongers must have all their plans in place to launch a strike, and are now simply looking for an excuse to do so. What better way to ignite a fuse than to strike a blow where it hurts the most.
In case you believe a newspaper 'accidentally' published the cartoon, without realizing the impact it would have, bear in mind that Merete Eldrup, Managing Director of JP/Politikens Hus A/S (the company that published the cartoons in Denmark) is married to Anders Eldrup, who has attended the last FIVE Bilderberg meetings (as reported by Tony Gosling, the UK Bilderberger Reporter).
Merete is a former Head of Secretariat at the Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs and Deputy Director of the Danish Energy Authority.
Anders is chairman of DONG, the State-owned energy company ('Danish Oil and Natural Gas'), which will soon be privatized.
People in positions of power like this, and privy to the schemings of the secretive Bilderberg Group, do not make mistakes.
Remember that history books record the start of WW1 as being triggered when Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated by a Serbian student. Many historians consider this to be the spark that started WW1.
Could it be that history books will record the publishing of the Mohammad cartoons as being the spark to ignite WW3? Four people have already been killed in skirmishes.
We will have to watch this situation carefully. If it blows over, it means the planted spark is premature and the warmongers are in fact not yet ready. But if violence escalates this will conform that the cartoon is intended to fan the flames of war, and that all the required players are in position and awaiting their cues.