The conflict in Ukraine and with Russia – and a flavor of Neocon Globalist thinking

Like every other war the conflict in Ukraine and with Russia is all about money and power.
On one level the war against Russia and the Coup in Ukraine is an attempt at weakening Russia, overthrowing Putin and turning Russia into a failed state like Ukraine is rapidly becoming.On the next level we have the futile attempt to protect US Dollar hegemony, the power of the Federal Reserve system and it’s cartel of very wealthy owners, together with the (unfeasible and impractical) Neocon agenda for full spectrum dominance across the entire globe – which China, Russia and a number of other countries do not agree with.

Ultimately the purpose of the Globalists is to weaken the US and it’s Sovereignty to enhance the power of transnational corporations with rule by a clique of wealthy elites – see Leo Strauss’s (the Neocon godfather) preferred model of governance for how the world should be ruled.

I’ll help you out here – Leo Strauss world government model – rule by a small number of technocrats and wealthy elites who create a false paradigm and lie in order to control the masses.

Incidentally Cecil Rhodes and Leo Strauss have much in common as to how they thought the world should be run. So it’s not too surprising that they come together in say the agenda of the CFR.

So now we are at the start of a war between the US and the Neocons on one side and Russia, China (and increasingly most of the rest of the world) on the other.

The US is not ruled by people who think in terms of mutual co-operation and win-win. For them there has to be total capitulation and subservience by everyone else. Whether the US itself or Americans fare better or worse is of no consequence in the scales of relative power. Everyone else in the world is certainly of no consequence.

Paul Wolfowitz in 1992 penned what is known as the Wolfowitz Doctrine. This doctrine is the basis for Washington’s foreign policy. The doctrine states:
“Our first objective is to prevent the re-emergence of a new rival, either on the territory of the former Soviet Union or elsewhere, that poses a threat on the order of that posed formerly by the Soviet Union. This is a dominant consideration underlying the new regional defense strategy and requires that we endeavor to prevent any hostile power from dominating a region whose resources would, under consolidated control, be sufficient to generate global power.”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfowitz_Doctrine


It is patently clear that the Wolfowitz Doctrine is a complete failure.
While the US busied itself with offshoring jobs for short term Corporate profits and spent over a decade and counting in fighting pointless wars in the Middle East, both China and Russia have grown to become exactly the threat which the Wolfowitz Doctrine said should be prevented.

So what now?

An insight into Neocon thinking – George Friedman of Stratfor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ablI1v9PXpI

Stratfor Neocon Plan to divide Germany from Russia.jpg

As well as (misguidedly or deliberately deceptively) talking about the US wars of aggression in the Middle East, Friedman talks about the US Empire, Eurasia, and creating division between Germany and Russia to prevent either of them from getting too strong. Friedman neglects to mention China which is now joined at the hip partners with Russia. The Chinese government knows that if Russia goes, they are next on the Neocon hit list.

Of course George Friedman is a complete dumbass. The obvious result of US aggression against Russia was to force China and Russia closer together faster, the formation of a Eurasian alliance in China's "New Silk Road", the increasing co-operation of the BRICS, the accelerating momentum of the rest of the world towards the Chinese/BRICS sphere of influence and away from the US (look at South America and AAIB), the financial bankruptcy of the US and the hastening of the end of the American Empire.

But the clusterfuck Neocons never could think further than the end of their noses - or what it looked like from the other side of the fence.
 Or that other countries or people might not share Leo Strauss or Cecil Rhodes' world vision.
 Or that mutual co-operation might be a better option now that World Empire has failed.

George Orwell warned us of a dystopian future.
 Let's stop it becoming reality. It's already got far too close to becoming true.



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