Is The US Trying to Start WW3?
- Diplomacy, Not Empty Threats, are Needed in Ukraine!
by Eric Margolis, http://www.lewrockwell.com/
Is The US Trying to Start WW3?
American diplomacy in the Ukraine crisis was summed up earlier this month by State Department senior official Victoria Neuland, a leading neocon: “F….k Europe.”
On Friday, Europe responded by brokering a sensible compromise to Ukraine’s increasingly dangerous crisis just as the army was about to intervene. If the pact holds, Ukraine’s president Viktor Yanukovich will relinquish some of his powers, a unity government will be formed, elections held, and jailed protestors freed. The fate of imprisoned nationalist leader, Yulia Timoshenko, remains unclear.
Here was an intelligent diplomatic solution to a crisis that might have led to a head-on clash between NATO and Russia, both nuclear powers. But what if the European Union had not brokered this deal and the US hardline approach had been followed?
A basic rule of world affairs is careful what you threaten. Empty threats become loose cannons. Last week, US President Barack Obama warned Russia to back off from strife-torn Ukraine or face “consequences.”
“Consequences” has become a favorite threat of Hillary Clinton warlike Democrats. It is even overtaking Washington’s former favored threat of war, “all options are on the table.”
We last heard that tired threat over Syria, and look what happened: the White House almost blundered into a totally unnecessary war over Syria and had to be rescued by none other than Russia’s Vladimir Putin.
Last week, more warlike threats. What if the wily Vlad Putin calls Obama’s bluff? If the feeble sanctions threatened by Washington did not work, what then? Would the Obama administration nuke Moscow over Ukraine, a nation that 99.7% of all Americans could not find on a map if their lives depended on it. Would the US try to block Russia’s oil exports, as it does with Iran? Financial markets would go crazy. All over Ukraine?
Moscow believes Ukraine’s uprising is funded and fanned by the US and EU. The Kremlin fears the US is bent on tearing down the Russian Federation and eliminating it as a world power. Putin, the target of an intensifying hate campaign by western media, has said so often.
- Who is the brains behind this? Zbig Brzezinski (Committee of 300)!
The Grand Chessboard is a strategic plan to secure US world domination by encircling Russia/China. For this purpose, the domination of central Asia is a must. The plan was launched by Zbigniew Brzezinski, adviser to 5 US Presidents, Obama´s mentor – or rather his (Ras)putin. The following is the Russian view of that project – which preoccupies Russia much – and which has been seen as a possible forerunner of WWWIII – possibly already planned.
What worries Russia now is the British plan to make the Middle East an “Arc of Crisis” , presented by the Jewish historian, Bernard Lewis, to the the Bilderberg meeting in 1979, and accepted there. The plan was to start a chain reaction in the Middle East to oust the Shah of Iran (by means of the Muslim Brotherhood); the riots were then to swap onto the Soviet Union. The forces behind this plan, which is far from dead, are still the same: the Bilderbergers, the Club of Rome, Brzezinski and the CIA, and here.
Zbigniew Brzezinski and the CFR Put War Plans In a 1997 Book – It Is “A Blueprint for World Dictatorship,” Says a Former German Defense and NATO Official Who Warned of Global Domination in 1984.
by Michael C. Ruppert, http://www.copvcia.com/index.html
“THE GRAND CHESSBOARD – American Primacy And It’s Geostrategic Imperatives,” Zbigniew Brzezinski, Basic Books, 1997.
These are the very first words in the book: “Ever since the continents started interacting politically, some five hundred years ago, Eurasia has been the center of world power.”- p. xiii. Eurasia is all of the territory east of Germany and Poland, stretching all the way through Russia and China to the Pacific Ocean. It includes the Middle East and most of the Indian subcontinent. The key to controlling Eurasia, says Brzezinski, is controlling the Central Asian Republics.
Brzezinski sets the tone for his strategy by describing Russia and China as the two most important countries – almost but not quite superpowers – whose interests that might threaten the U.S. in Central Asia. Of the two, Brzezinski considers Russia to be the more serious threat. Both nations border Central Asia. In a lesser context he describes the Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Iran and Kazakhstan as essential “lesser” nations that must be managed by the U.S. as buffers or counterweights to Russian and Chinese moves to control the oil, gas and minerals of the Central Asian Republics (Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan). ….
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