- Published on Saturday, 04 March 2017 08:23
Perpetual war since 9/11 has brought us progressively towards WW3. Historians may well look back at 9/11, rather like the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand which kicked off WW1, as the spark to ignite global conflagration and the destruction of Afghanistan as the beginning of WW3.
Wars aren't a linear progression. Had Hitler allowed his generals to finish the job at Dunkirk, Britain would have been beaten and WW2 ended in 1940 but he had a misguided respect for Britain and sought peace. Churchill and his bankster puppet-masters had other ideas. Kaiser Wilhelm similarly sought peace in 1916 from a position of strength but Woodrow Wilson, also under the control of the Rothschild led banksters, ensured America was brought into the war (in exchange for the Balfour Declaration to satisfy the Zionist lobby) and the rest is history.
Russia was wrong-footed over Libya by agreeing to a "no fly zone" under the UN Responsibility to Protect (R2P) mandate - code for "let's bomb the country to destruction". Putin wasn't keen to repeat the process in Syria and Russia has reversed the tide there. Similarly in Ukraine, Putin wasn't about to let the US have Crimea to lose a vital strategic asset and consign its largely Russian population to the misery and oppression of the illegal, US-backed regime in Ukraine.
More recently, in spite of hopes of US-Russian détente under Trump, the drums for war beat ever louder across the globe.
5 Signs We’re Headed Toward a Major War By Darius Shahtahmasebi
In January of this year, former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev warned that the whole world is preparing for war. There are many indicators that back up Gorbachev’s assertion, but to discuss them in their entirety would take a dissertation or two. Instead, we have put together a list of the five most obvious signs of impending war currently being overlooked by the media. As a result of these oversights, the public is also missing them.
We can stop this because we, all of us, are the source of their power; as long as we participate in their oppressive and destructive political economy, wars will continue. The only solution is to build an alternative to leave them to their games - they are unlikely to fight themselves. We, people around the world, don't have to be the schmucks who fund and fight their wars for them.