The similarities to between 2014 and 1914 are startling. In 1914 (The year World War I started), the vast Ottoman Empire was crumbling, and European countries jockeyed for position, hoping to be the first to carve out a big piece of ‘the Sick Man of Europe‘. In 2014, the American Empire is crumbling and countries in Asia are jockeying for position to be the first to carve a slice out of ‘the Sick Man of the World’.
The two biggest players in this game are Russia and China. Russia wants hegemony in the Middle East, and China wants the Western Pacific Ocean. And, there’s evidence that they both are looking to grab as much of the assets of the US as they can get their hands on. Europe is looking worried. Saudi Arabia is playing the worst game of chicken that I have ever seen – with Vladimir Putin, of all people. And, then there’s Japan.
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Shinzo Abe is so desperate to keep his country afloat in the western Pacific, that he’s willing to start a war and kill millions of people to do it. Oh, he’ll start the war thinking “We’ll be home by Christmas.” Worse, there’s word that Japan has quietly been building up her military in preparation for conflict with China. And, he’s going to start that war over the Senkaku Islands.
(Of course, he really wants the war to distract everyone from financial foolishness at home.)
And, we need a war.
The banksters need a war, and they don’t care who starts it. They just want it big and destructive, and they want to be the ones to put the world back together when it’s all over.
I was listening to the Hagmann and Hagmann Report, when one of Doug Hagmann’s intelligence sources called in and gave the most important four minutes and forty four seconds of the entire show:
Terrorism in Sochi is being set up to be the spark that lights fires of World War III. Putin will see that as his chance to do what he wants in the Middle East. China will see their chance to do what they want in the Pacific. Japan’s military will jump at the chance to recreate the past glories of Imperial Japan. And, the rest of us…
Well, the rest of us are going to do our best to stay off the casualty list.
And, if World War III doesn’t start at Sochi, it will start at the Senkaku Islands.
And, if it doesn’t start at the Senkaku Islands, it will start in Syria.
And, if it doesn’t start in Syria… well, they’ll find a way.
Too many people with too much money want war, and the tinder is dry and a mile deep. All it will take is a spark, and it’s all over.
Welcome to 1914 version 2.0. Enjoy your stay.
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