The world-war provocateur phenomenon



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The start of: THE WORLD WAR OF 1812, WORLD WAR II AND THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR

  1. In Year 24, one of history's three intentional world wars began because of the invasion Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden had launched against the world's largest empire on the previous June 22.

  2. This invasion was the culmination of his campaign to provoke the most powerful nations of the world to enter into direct military combat in the multi-continental war of his belligerent empire. These nations included the "Big Three" empires of modern Western civilization, the United States, Russia, and Great Britain, along with the rest of Europe.

  3. To confront the major powers aligned against him in Year 24, Napoleon / Hitler / Bin Laden fielded the world's strongest army, a seemingly indestructible military machine on the march for global domination. This reputation as the world's most feared army was a testament to his outstanding capabilities as a military innovator, having created this army in Year 8 from a meager, ragtag band of militants.

  4. In response to his blatant provocations, in Year 23 Great Britain, Russia and other nations formed a war coalition dedicated to the destruction of Napoleon's / Hitler's / Bin Laden's empire, an alliance that was officially promulgated in Year 24 at the onset of the world war.

  5. The world war would result three years later in the end of his 27-year career.

  1. In 1812, a world war began because of the invasion Napoleon had launched against the world's largest territorial empire on the previous June 22.

  2. This invasion of Russia was the culmination of Napoleon's campaign to provoke the most powerful nations of the world to enter into direct military combat in the multi-continental war of his belligerent French empire. These nations included the "Big Three" empires of modern Western civilization, the United States (entry in 1812 following Napoleon's fomentation of a U.S. - British naval conflict), Russia (entry in 1812 following Napoleon's invasion) and Great Britain (entry in 1803 following Napoleon's provocative treaty violations), along with the rest of Europe (nearly all the nations of which had entered by 1812).

  3. To confront the major powers aligned against him in 1812, Napoleon fielded the world's strongest army, the French Imperial Grand army. Consisting of nearly half a million soldiers and personally commanded by the world's foremost general, Napoleon's army was a seemingly indestructible military machine on the march for global domination. This reputation as the world's most feared army was a testament to his legendary capabilities as a military innovator, having created this army in 1796 from the meager, ragtag band of militants that constituted Revolutionary France's occupation army in Italy.

  4. In response to Napoleon's blatant provocations, in 1811 Great Britain, Russia and other nations formed a war coalition, initially predicated on Russia's reinitiating of trade with Britain in violation of Napoleon's Continental System, dedicated to the destruction of Napoleon's empire, an alliance that was officially promulgated under the title "The Sixth Coalition" in 1812 at the onset of the world war.

  5. The world war would result three years later in the end of Napoleon's 27-year career with the collapse of his empire and his permanent imprisonment.




  1. In 1942, a world war began because of the invasion Hitler had launched against the world's largest territorial empire on the previous June 22.

  2. This invasion of Russia was the culmination of Hitler's campaign to provoke the most powerful nations of the world to enter into direct military combat in the multi-continental war of his belligerent German empire. These nations included the "Big Three" empires of modern Western civilization, the United States (entry in 1942 following Hitler's declaration of war on America and the post-Pearl Harbor U.S. war mobilization), Russia (entry in 1941 following Hitler's invasion) and Great Britain (entry in 1939 following Hitler's invasion of ally Poland), along with the rest of Europe (nearly all the nations of which had officially entered by 1942).

  3. To confront the major powers aligned against him in 1942, Hitler fielded the world's strongest army, the Nazi war machine. Consisting of nearly one million soldiers armed with the world's most advanced weapons of war, Hitler's army was a seemingly indestructible military machine on the march for global domination. This reputation as the world's most feared army was a testament to his outstanding capabilities as a military innovator, having created this army in 1926 from the meager, ragtag band of militants that constituted the early SS paramilitary force.

  4. In response to Hitler's blatant provocations, in 1941 Great Britain, Russia and other nations formed a war coalition dedicated to the destruction of Hitler's empire, an alliance that was officially promulgated under the title "The Grand Alliance" in 1942 at the onset of the world war.

  5. The world war would result three years later in the end of Hitler's 27-year career with the collapse of his empire and his suicide.




  1. In 2002, a world war began because of the invasion Bin Laden had launched against the world's largest empire on the previous June 22. On this date, June 22, 2001, Bin Laden issued the global publication of his last public message before the 9/11 attack urging his people to "penetrate America and Israel and hit them where it hurts most". In response, U.S. intelligence agencies issued a high security alert and publicly warned of the threat of multiple spectacular Al Qaeda attacks. The 9/11 Commission later uncovered that this message was Bin Laden's final approval that initiated Al Qaeda's operational plot to invade secretly the United States and launch the largest terrorist attack in modern history, the 9/11 attack, two months laterxvi.

  2. This invasion of America was the culmination of Bin Laden's bid to provoke the most powerful nations of the world to enter into direct military combat in the multi-continental war of his belligerent stateless empire. These nations included the "Big Three" empires of modern Western civilization, the United States (entry in 2001 following the 9/11 attack), Russia (entry in 2002 marked by its formal alliance with NATO in the global war on Al Qaeda, which had initiated through its Chechen branch major terrorist attacks on Russia beginning in 1999), and Great Britain (entry in 2001 following the 9/11 attack on its ally America), along with the rest of Europe (nearly all the nations of which had joined the U.S. global war on Al Qaeda and had executed a counterterrorism campaign against a local Al Qaeda presence by the end of 2002). Importantly, the 2002 advent of the world war also marked Bin Laden's successful provocation of an American invasion of Iraq, which began unofficially in late 2002 with the Bush Administration's illegal escalation of the No-Fly Zone military conflict and the beginning of U.S. pre-invasion covert military operations inside Iraq. Inextricably intertwined with the 9/11 war against Al Qaeda, this new Iraqi conflict signaled the initiation of the Bush Administration's global war for the Project for the New American Century (www.newamericancentury.org) war for American global military domination (a neo-conservative group in control of Bush's foreign policy that advocates overlooking the immediate threat of Al Qaeda's high command in favor of militarily pursuing a decades-old plan penned by former Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz that advocates American world domination through an aggressive military campaign beginning in oil-rich Iraq and Iran.)

  3. To confront the major powers aligned against him in 2002, Bin Laden fielded the world's strongest army, the global guerrilla empire of Al Qaeda, unleashing an unprecedented international terrorist campaign against its enemies. Consisting of thousands of covert terrorist operatives and a strategic nuclear advantage over America as a stateless terrorist empire, Bin Laden's army was a seemingly indestructible military machine on the march for global domination. This reputation as the world's most feared army was a testament to his outstanding capabilities as a military innovator, having created this army in 1986 from the meager, ragtag band of militants that constituted the Al Masadah Afghan mujahedin group. Although the current climate of war has obscured from public view Al Qaeda's success, this apocalyptic terrorist empire that was responsible for the cataclysmic 9/11 attack and a subsequent global reign of terror has demonstrated its resiliency by waging a successful war against the world's lone superpower for nearly fifteen years. Today unofficially shielded from American incursions by Pakistan's nuclear umbrella, Al Qaeda's high command is directing an empire that is surging with reach and influence. (For more on Al Qaeda's identity as the world's strongest army, see Bin Laden's Plan: The Project for the New Al Qaeda Century by David Malone, available at www.binladensplan.com)

  4. In response to Bin Laden's blatant provocations, most notably the 9/11 attack, in 2001 Great Britain, Russia and other nations formed a war coalition dedicated to the destruction of Bin Laden's empire, an alliance that was officially promulgated in 2002 at the onset of the world war when Russia formally allied with NATO in the war against Al Qaeda.

  5. Three years later the world war would end Bin Laden's 27-year career when his top deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri usurped his command of Al Qaeda.

THE BURNING OF MOSCOW, THE BATTLE OF STALINGRAD AND THE MOSCOW THEATRE SIEGE




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