13 Predictions for the ‘War on Terrorism’

G. Edward Griffin, founder of Freedom Force International made a bold list of predictions 3 days after 9/11 on how the “War on Terrorism” would play out.

So how did he do? Well on my score card, he hit 13 out of 13. No, he’s not a psychic. He just understand the collectivist’s agenda. When you know you’re enemies’ playbook, you’ll finally have a chance to beat the bastards. Anyway, here is a quick summary of the first 3 predictions.

1. The first prediction is that we will not be given genuine options regarding the war on terrorism. We will have only two choices, both of which are disastrous. It will be similar to the Vietnam War in which Americans were expected to be either hawks or doves. Either they supported the no-win war or they opposed it.

2. Most American political leaders are now committed to world government, so the second prediction is that they will crow about how America will not tolerate terrorism, but they will not act as Americans. Instead, they will act as internationalists. They will turn to the UN to lead a global war against terrorism.

3. The third prediction is that the drive for national disarmament will be intensified. This will not lead to the elimination of weapons of mass destruction, but merely to the transfer of those weapons to UN control.

Seems to me like he’s on to something.

posted by rickrajter
  • Stephen Gordon

    I thought point number 5 hit the nail on the head pretty well.

  • rickrajter

    For the lazy

    5. The fifth prediction is that the FBI will be criticized for failing to detect an attack as extensive and well coordinated as this. In reply, we will be told that the FBI was hampered by lack of funding, low manpower, and too little authority. Naturally, that will be followed by an increase in funding, additional manpower, and greatly expanded authority.

  • http://libertarianwiki.org/User:Thane_Eichenauer Thane Eichenauer

    I would say that prediction one as stated on this page includes a false statement. Are you saying that leaving Vietnam (e.g. the dove choice) was a mistake? What was the correct answer then?

  • http://libertarianwiki.org/User:Thane_Eichenauer Thane Eichenauer

    I would say that prediction one as stated on this page includes a false statement. Are you saying that leaving Vietnam (e.g. the dove choice) was a mistake? What was the correct choice?

  • Mike R

    The info he has on his website, http://www.freedom-force.org, is scary. Eerily scary.

  • rickrajter

    Well, again. When you know the enemies playbook, you can make accurate predictions. It just so happens that their intentions are not always pleasant.

  • Jennifer Fitzpatrick

    ok so you have hit just all of the perdictions right. how did you do it? out of all my life i was able to do predictions myself, but what i dont get is how com e younhave gotten so mayn if not all right som far?? don’t you think that some of them might change in one way or another? i do not all things stay the same.