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Whitewraithe & Northerntruthseeker

JULY 28, 2014

For the present time, Pragmatic Witness’ focus will mainly be on the wars now on four fronts perpetrated and ruthlessly executed by the USI/Israeli Coalition of Evil in Gaza, Ukraine, Syria and Iraq. 

I believe that what we are now witnessing are the beginnings of World War III and even possibly a ‘World War Z’ if biological weapons and chemical agents are released into these embattled areas of the world where human beings are already suffering beyond comprehension.

Right now, I want to present Jim Kirwan’s recent article regarding the fate of these nations as they now stand on the precipice of annihilation and possibly total extinction of the inhabitants, especially in Gaza.  Read this article carefully and cautiously. 

A day of reckoning is coming and the United States and Israel will have to answer for these horrendous crimes against humanity and the world – preferably sooner than later.



Israel’s Continuing Wars

By Jim Kirwan

On Four Fronts?

Israel is at war in Gaza, in Ukraine, inside US Inc. and quite possibly they may soon have to unleash an attack on

the West Bank as well.

It’s one thing to fight even one of these wars

But thanks to the fact that the people of the US are paying for all of Israel’s wars upon the world:

This global massacre could continue uninterrupted,

Except by the end of the world as we know it.

In The West Bank

Israeli Forces clash with Palestinians in the West Bank

With today’s demonstrations, against the policies of Israel, it just might be that Israel will soon have a second front opening up against the Palestinians ­ a front which quite possibly both Hezbollah and Hamas might be able to have a direct effect upon.

But there’s a forgotten element involved directly in the imprisonment of the population of the West Bank which apparently the world continues to overlook.

During the Cold War there was the Iron Curtain. That was both a symbol and a wall that had to be torn down, before an end could be declared in the Cold War.

The same is true of Israel’s “Security Wall” which is now much larger, both longer and higher, than the Iron Curtain ever was.

In Palestine today there’s a huge series of massive walls, that have imprisoned the people of the West Bank—while Israel attempts to protect its illegal settler’s and their fake-state from the population they are imprisoning – while they continue to torture, murder and slaughter the Palestinian population “at will”.

The map above is incomplete as this “Wall” has continued to be built throughout the entire West Bank, and it’s not just between Israel and the Palestinians in the West Bank: Instead it has turned the whole of the West Bank into a series of outdoor prison camps that have cut villages in half, separated farmers from their crops and people from any access to any travel outside what remains of where each person lives…

The world can never take Israel’s claims of legitimacy seriously as long as these barbaric walls and the private highways for use only by settler’s and Israeli’s; continue to strangle and isolate the Palestinians living in the West Bank. If tunnels were able to assist with humanitarian supplies in Gaza, then why not more tunnels under the treachery of these illegal-walls to relieve the Nazi-fascism of Israel’s administration over the West Bank?

Will these tyrannical “Walls” will be destroyed in our lifetimes?

Is that even possible given the Outlaw State that built them?

And the increasingly angry global public that is growing

Every single day?

With a two front war inside Israel, maybe then the world will be better able to understand what’s been going on in that hell-hole for over 66 years?

GAZA Today in ‘The DEBATE’

Israel Committed to Defend itself

Israel’s incredible slaughter of those they consider to be “sub-humans” cannot continue unchanged. And words, regardless of who says them are no longer enough! That’s the case at the moment because the secondary prize beneath all this bloodshed has been the capture of the EU which still hangs by a thread at the moment.

The irony in this is that the EU has failed to even notice that they are no longer European nations that are “at stake”. They lost that when they signed up and gave away their own right to print and use their own money! Now what’s at stake is who will own these pitiful orphaned states that belong to no one except the corporations that bought them cheap—dirt cheap—as part of the sellout of the people of the world to the same bankers that have been engineering all the wars, since even before the First World War.

If the countries of the EU won’t resist these global-outlaws then Europe should have the decency to hold a wake for the death of their own countries—because there are no longer any “European Nations” worthy of the name anymore: Almost all of them are nothing now but faceless, nameless slaves in service to the global-empire.

BTW Russia, that has always included itself in all things European, needs to pay attention to this now – because if Russia continues to fail to physically protect the people in Ukraine, as Putin has PROMISED on several occasions ­ then even Russia is in danger of giving in to the demands of those who are trying to hijack the planet, as we speak. The outlaws are baiting Russia and the time has come to smash these pirates where they stand.

Mr. Putin: There’s a time for diplomacy to work and when that clearly does not work – then that must be followed by the time when CONSEQUENCES must be applied; with overwhelming military force against these lying bastards that have been slaughtering Ukrainians as if they are the “sub-humans” that USI, Israel and Poroshenko have labeled them to be.

The world has been waiting overlong for Russia to act firmly and with unmitigating force in your more than legitimate defense of Russian speaking people who are being slaughtered—because force is the only language which Israel, NATO and US Inc can ever understand.

It really is up to Russia to ACT to stop this nightmare before it is allowed to go any further down this deeply bombed road that’s leading the world straight into hell…



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Follow-up on Scottish freedom fighter William Wallace

WW~Notes:  During the Turbulent Times discussion on William Wallace I discovered that I made a few errors and would like to set them straight for the record.  I also found a page that I’d not known about when I studied Wallace several years ago.  And I have that for everyone to read right here:

The Latin translation at the bottom of the plaque as far as I can tell means:  Live in, I tell you the truth, my son, under the bonds of the freedom of the best things would never have.

The Latin translation at the bottom of the plaque as far as I can tell means:
Live in, I tell you the truth, my son, under the bonds of the freedom of the best things would never have.

Sir William Wallace

He has a reputation as one of the greatest Scots heroes who ever lived – but the patriot Sir William Wallace may also have been the role model for one of England’s greatest historical figures.

Some modern scholars believe that Wallace, whose fearless struggle for his country was immortalised in the film Braveheart, could well have provided the inspiration for the English folk hero Robin Hood.

Comparisons between the man who helped save Scotland from the English yoke and the folk hero of Sherwood Forest who robbed from the rich to give to the poor are uncanny.

For a start, both men were outlaws. Wallace is thought to have had a mistress called Marion, while Robin Hood’s partner was called Maid Marion. And Robin had a follower called Friar Tuck, while one of William’s retinue was a Benedictine monk called Edward Little.

Another intriguing comparison is that Robin Hood had a colleague called Little John. Wallace, who is reputed to have been six feet seven inches tall, is thought to have had a smaller brother called John, who may have been nicknamed “Little John” by the rest of the great man’s followers.

One authority on the period says: “Thus comparison isn’t fanciful. The story of Robin Hood could actually be the English making up their own version of William Wallace in order to claim their own hero. It could be the propaganda machine of English history at work.”

Many historians are sceptical of the claim, though they do concede that there is no evidence that Robin Hood was a real figure, while we can prove that Wallace existed.

So what do we know about Scotland’s great hero? We have plenty of evidence that he was a remarkable man and a great patriot, and that in his short 35-year life, he made a major contribution to Scotland’s freedom and independence from England.

Wallace is believed to have been born around 1270 either at Elderslie in present-day Renfrewshire or at Ellerslie near Kilmarnock in Ayrshire. He is thought to have been the son of Sir Malcolm Wallace, a knight and small landowner in Renfrew.

As a boy, Wallace was sent to live with his uncle in Stirlingshire, who instilled him with stories about Scottish freedom and independence. Relations between England and Scotland had been amicable until Edward I took the English throne in 1272 and inaugurated 250 years of bitter hatred, savage warfare, and bloody border forays.

In 1286, when William was a boy, the Scots king Alexander III of Scotland, died. Many claimants to the throne arose, and the Scottish nobles foolishly requested Edward’s arbitration. He cleverly compelled them all to recognise his overlordship of Scotland before pronouncing John Balliol king in 1292.

Balliol did homage and was crowned, but Edward’s insistence on having the final say in Scottish cases eventually provoked the Scottish nobles to force Balliol to ally with France. Edward invaded and conquered Scotland in 1296, taking the Stone of Destiny on which Scottish kings were crowned to Westminster. Balliol abdicated, and Edward decided to rule the Scots himself.

This treatment, along with the outrages committed by English soldiers, infuriated Wallace, who decided to rise up along with a gang of supporters and take on the invaders. He was made an outlaw after stabbing to death the son of the governor of Dundee in 1291, and news of his bravery and exploits in ambushing English soldiers quickly spread across the country.

Wallace’s first major act of resistance came when he sacked Lanark in 1297. He is said to have married his sweetheart, Marion Braidfute, who lived in the town and bore him a daughter. English forces attempted to seize him and when he escaped, they murdered Marion.

The death of his wife turned Wallace’s campaign against the English from an act of national liberation into a hate-filled personal vendetta. He returned to Lanark, decapitated the sheriff with his sword, and set fire to the house. The town’s population rose up and the entire English garrison was forced out.

Edward’s troops on the run, Wallace stepped up the pressure. He put together an army of commoners and small landowners and attacked 500 English soldiers at Ayr. He then seized Glasgow and marched on Scone before moving north into the Western Highlands.

By this stage, Scotland’s nobles were beginning to realise the power of this remarkable man, and they started to embrace his cause. Edward responded by sending 40,000 men north to try and sort the problem out. Wallace suffered a setback when many of the nobles deserted to the English near Irvine, but he was undaunted.

William succeeded in pushing the English south of the Forth, but Edward’s army responded by trying to move north again. At the abbey of Cambuskenneth, the two sides finally met. The outnumbered Scots refused to negotiate with the English, saying they were there to prove that Scotland was free.

The result was that, on September 11 1297, the English army under John de Warenne, Earl of Surrey, tried to push across a narrow bridge across the River Forth at Stirling Bridge. It was a poor piece of military judgement, and Wallace immediately capitalised on it.

Wallace, who had only 16,000 men, had two major advantages. Firstly, he commanded the high ground; and secondly, the bridge would only take horse riders two abreast. However, he also faced a dilemma. If he attacked too early, it would have left most of the English army unscathed on the other side of the river and in a position to counter attack. But if he attacked too late, most of the solders would have crossed and he would be hopelessly overwhelmed.

Wallace picked his moment carefully. As the army began to cross in numbers, his forces charged and secured the bridgehead. The English caught on the bridge panicked and fell and jumped into the water. Some of the English army, stunned by the ferocity of Wallace’s charge, fled back across the bridge. The ones left behind on the north side were systematically butchered.

The battle lasted barely an hour. More than five thousand English had died while Wallace suffered only negligible losses. De Warenne beat a hasty retreat, harried by Wallace’s forces as they moved south. It was a great victory, and led to Wallace being appointed Guardian of Scotland by a delighted Scottish nobility.

By the end of the month the English had been expelled totally from Scotland. Wallace then marched into England in search of booty, which he collected as far south as Newcastle, often showing the same brutality which the English forces had shown the Scots.

A furious Edward swore revenge and put together a massive army of 100,000 footmen and 8000 horsemen. Recognising the superiority of Edward’s army, Wallace withdrew north. Unfortunately, his plans to surprise the English in a night attack were betrayed by two Scottish nobles. Edward immediately ordered his men to advance, until the two armies met at Falkirk.

Wallace’s problems in being massively outnumbered were made infinitely worse when Comyn, the Lord of Badenoch who provided a large part of the Scots army, deserted the field with his men. It was a fight William could not win. The Scots army was utterly defeated, though Wallace himself slipped away from the battlefield, resigned the Guardianship and went to France to beg for help from the French.

Unable to gain support from Philip – and, it is now believed, from the Pope, as he either planned or actually made a trip to Rome during this time – Wallace returned to Scotland in 1303 and once again began harassing the English.

Since his departure for France, however, things at home had changed. Edward had now completely overwhelmed the Scots, and most nobles now submitted to him. Scotland had become a treacherous place for Wallace, especially since he was still public enemy number one as far as Edward was concerned and a bounty of 300 merks had been placed on his head.

Inevitably, he was betrayed. He was seized by a Scots baron, John Monteith, near Glasgow, taken to Dumbarton castle, and then moved to London under heavy guard. On 23 August 1305, he was tried for treason. In an impassioned statement, Wallace rejected this, point out he had never accepted Edward as king. “I cannot be a traitor”, he said, “for I owe him no allegiance. He is not my sovereign; he never received my homage.”

His resistance was futile. Wallace was found guilty, condemned, and immediately dragged on a cart through the streets of London to Smithfield. He was subjected to the most brutal of executions – hung until only half-dead, castrated, and then slit open while still alive to have his guts pulled out and burned in front of his eyes. Only then was he finally beheaded.

Even this was not the final ignominy. His head was placed on a pole on London Bridge, and his body cut into quarters and sent to Berwick, Newcastle, Perth and Aberdeen as warning to others. It was an inglorious end, but by then Wallace’s place in history as one of the great men of Scotland had been assured.

Modern day historians agree that Wallace was one of the greatest Scots who ever lived. Geoffrey Barrow, Emeritus Professor of Scottish History at Edinburgh University and an expert on the period, says: “His one outstanding quality was his sense of single mindedness. He had one aim – to re-establish the independence of the kingdom – and he stuck to it.”

And another Wallace expert, Professor Archie Duncan of Glasgow University, says: “He seems to have been a remarkable man. What is really interesting is that he seems to have been accepted as a leader despite his social class as the younger son of a relatively inconsequential family. You’d normally expect to find someone like that in the entourage of someone further up the social hierarchy.”


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