1 This comic strip was published in the Culture Section of theUK ‘Telegraph’ newspaper in January 2009, as well asonline in the form of a Slide Show. No accompanyingnarrative was supplied, nor any explanation as to why it wasbeing published, who was responsible for its creation, orwhat it was meant to signify.Many people found it very offensive. Surprisingly, despiteits highly controversial content, it is not the subject of aWikipedia article.Full of Illuminati symbolism, the strip depicts an apocalypticseries of events in which the US, Canada, Mexico and theUK are thrown into chaos by the explosion of nucleardevices in seven major cities.
[Note: While every effort has been taken to ensure the completenessof the Blackjack script and images, there may be some omissions.]
Anyone who has studied the philosophy behind the proposedNew World Order (NWO) will recognise the significance of this Blackjack comic strip. It faithfully sets out the strategythat many former NWO insiders have said would beemployed to completely destabilize the US and createpandemonium on the world stage. If such a strip appearedin a fringe publication, instead of one of the most staidestablishment newspapers, it should still give rise to concern.But that the Telegraph should publish it, and do so withoutcomment of any kind, is quite extraordinary.