As the US – NATO squares up to modern Russia, pouring servicemen and arms on to European lands, the main battlefields, (in the event of war) would undoubtedly be on European soil.
Situated on a geopolitical fault line, similar to that of 1914/1940 France and Belgium, much of Europe could soon resemble Hiroshima circa 1945.
Conflicts have nothing to do with idealism or defence. I believe all wars are trade wars financed by bankers; wars are profitable. Britain’s wartime premier conceded as much when, in Bern, 1960, he expressed himself with candour: ‘Germany’s unforgivable crime was its attempt to loosen its economy out of the world trade system and to build up an own exchange system from which the world finance couldn’t profit anymore.’
Nations that tried to duck the petrodollar system met a similar fate; Iraq, Syria and Libya. Today, the nation following the Reich example is the Russian Reich. Action replay: Russia, its popular leader in particular, is being demonised. The peoples of the West are being conditioned to accept war ‘to protect the world for democracy.’
Of this democratic process the unelected and unelectable Winston Churchill was contemptuous: ‘The best argument against democracy is a five minute conversation with the average voter.’
Most now use the internet as their information highway. There are no longer frontiers between peoples, mainstream media now has competition and no longer is in a position to condition people for war.
My earlier warnings are in keeping with those of an emerging erudite body of world opinion. It gives me no comfort to say prophecies that once brought scorn are now accepted as reality.
The US is no longer the only world power; yesterday’s empire, economists warn of a cataclysmic collapse of the US dollar during late September or early October.
Europe faces a no-win situation; war to save the dollar or economic collapse? In the event of either it is estimated one billion people will experience unimaginable consequences. See, you’re better than one in a million; you are now one in a billion.