Wednesday, May 27, 2015

How many wars are we fighting now???

Why is Washington picking a new fight?

by Bob Livingston

Apparently, 74 different wars aren’t enough.

Word from a senior non-U.S. NATO official to NSA analyst John Schindler is: “We’ll probably be at war this summer. If we’re lucky it won’t be nuclear.” So said Schindler in a tweet last week.

That warning from Schindler is not to be taken lightly. He is a former U.S Naval War College lecturer and has high-level military contacts.

The war the NATO official is referencing is likely with Russia. On behalf of the banksters, the Obama administration has been tweaking the Bear’s nose over Ukraine for more than a year, ever since the global banksters determined it was time to orchestrate a coup after the duly elected president, pro-Russia Viktor Yanukovych, rejected the International Monetary Fund’s demands to raise taxes and devalue the currency in order to cover its loans. Thus far, the Bear has only growled, despite provocative NATO war games on its borders and continued U.S. interference in Ukraine’s internal affairs.

But it’s buddied up to the Dragon. And now the Bear and the Dragon are building new and stronger partnerships. On May 9, Chinese soldiers marched for the first time with Russian soldiers in Russia’s May Day parade. They are discussing a new reserve currency.

Washington’s also upset the Dragon is stretching its wings in the South China Sea, and Washington’s surveillance planes over the area have become an annoyance to China. The Chinese navy has issued a series of warnings over the practice.

A new military white paper issued by China on Tuesday seems to have upped the ante. In it, China indicated it was about to be more aggressive in defending its interests.

Meanwhile, the U.S. is partnering with Japan and Australia for war games — another provocative move. Obama financier George Soros warned last week that the U.S. and China were on the threshold of World War III.

Both China’s and America’s economies — and most of the world’s — are bubble economies created with fiat. Wars are used by the elites to cover currency collapse. That’s why Washington is picking a new fight.

If war comes, the banksters — as always — will profit. Not so for everyone else.


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