Chuck Baldwin: First Religious Wars, Now Race Wars


By Chuck Baldwin,, July 14th, 2016. Chuck Baldwin was the 2008 Constitution Party presidential candidate:

The killings of five police officers in Dallas, Texas, by a Black Lives Matter (BLM) militant protester is the latest consequence of manufactured terrorism by out-of-control government elitists hell-bent on destroying the United States as a free and independent nation. A lot more is on the way.

This all started in earnest under the presidential administration of George H.W. Bush and has continued unabated through the two administrations of Barack Obama. For nearly three decades (perhaps three decades plus two years, if one includes a G.H.W. Bush-dominated second term of Ronald Reagan), Neocon and Neolib globalists have controlled the domestic and foreign policies of the federal government. And with the advent of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Patriot Act under George W. Bush, the federal government was given virtually all of the tools it needs to try to implement its New World Order globalist agenda.

The first step was to create a global religious war between the so-called Christian West and Islam. This mandated the collapse of the Saddam Hussein regime in Iraq in order to create chaos and terrorism throughout the Middle East. Along with Syria’s Bashar al-Assad’s mostly secular government, the secular regime of Saddam Hussein in Iraq had to be disrupted or overthrown in order for Neocon globalists in the West (which includes its allies in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Israel) to achieve their goal of creating instability throughout the region.

Like them or not, Hussein and Assad were the two most stabilizing forces in the Middle East. For the most part, they kept religious radicals in the region pretty much at bay. The thousand-year conflict between Sunni and Shia Muslims was mostly localized. That all changed with the U.S. overthrow of Saddam Hussein and the complete destabilization of Assad’s Syria.

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5 thoughts on “Chuck Baldwin: First Religious Wars, Now Race Wars

  1. Tony From Long Island

    The person who committed these acts was NOT a part of Black Lives Matter Mr. Baldwin. What did that have to do with Syria?? I know Andy will tell me that it was the government who killed the police officers . . . or maybe that they were actors . . .

  2. Bondurant

    It has everything to do with Syria and the Middle East if you believe the chaos in the world is manufactured by global elites. I can easily see why some believe this to be the case.

    I could easily see CIA and/or FBI agents infiltrating BLM and directing the movement toward agitation and violence. They already do it at WTO and G8 events and blame the violence on socialists and anarchists.

    Right now what better way is there to sell gun control, more laws and more money pumped in to further militize the police.

    Back in the 60s our goverment devised Operation Northwoods. The one guy that stood against it was neutralized in Dallas. We could be seeing it played out as the world crumbles.

  3. Tony From Long Island

    The murders in Dallas had nothing to do with Muslims or the Middle East. End of story.

    Have a good weekend 🙂 I’ll be back Monday

  4. Jill Pyeatt

    Thanks for posting this article, Krzysztof. Mr. Baldwin raises some excellent points.

    I agree with Bondurant that the BLM movement could become violent due to provocateurs from the CIA or someone else. I’m fearful that today’s Day Of Rage will end quite badly.

    It’s a bit early to know what really happened in Dallas, but, since the perp was executed by robot, we’ll most likely never know.

  5. Deran

    The thing is. All this talk about a new race war is strictly from an old white guys worldview. More interesting would be a black man’s view on this. I’m white, but I look back at the history of Black people in the US has been a white led race war against African Americans. Chattel slavery comes to mind. 1000 + mostly Black men and boys lynched from the late 1800s to the mid 1900s comes to mind. All those bombings and burnings of black churches in the 1950s and 1960s. Not to mention the higher percentage of blacks mudered by police then white men based on percentages of the whole etnic group in the US.

    Sure those five cops being killed is regretable. But it is hardly indicative of a new race war. It’s more like, who didn’t expect this would happen? Maybe some old white man. But no one with their eyes open. imo

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