Saturday, March 12, 2011

Global hegemonism and unbridled aggression , a new kind of War of the 21st Century....

Global hegemonism and unbridled aggression , a new kind of War of the 21st Century....

The claim that America would launch more wars to help the economy is outrageous, right?

Certainly.....??? Think again....

But leading economist Marc Faber has repeatedly said that the American government will start new wars in response to the economic crisis:

Is Faber crazy?

Maybe. Gerald Celente agrees....

Back to Westphalia
The Westphalian principle that nation states could run their internal affairs as they pleased helped to reduce war for 300 years. That principle is now increasingly abandoned, not just in Libya but through the International Monetary Fund and other non-democratic international organizations. The consequences are hugely hazardous, while putting at risk the immense benefits the ancient treaty brought. - Martin Hutchinson (Mar 29, '11)

As Antiwar's Justin Raimondo writes:

As Gerald Celente, one of the few economic forecasters who predicted the ‘08 crash, put it the other day, "Governments seem to be emboldened by their failures." What the late Gen. William E. Odom trenchantly described as "the worst strategic disaster in American military history" – the invasion of Iraq – is being followed up by a far larger military operation, one that will burden us for many years to come. This certainly seems like evidence in support of the Celente thesis, and the man who predicted the 1987 stock market crash, the fall of the Soviet Union, the dot-com bust, the gold bull market, the 2001 recession, the real estate bubble, the “Panic of ‘08,” and now is talking about the inevitable popping of the "bailout bubble," has more bad news:

"Given the pattern of governments to parlay egregious failures into mega-failures, the classic trend they follow, when all else fails, is to take their nation to war."

As the economic crisis escalates and the debt-based central banking system shows it can no longer re-inflate the bubble by creating assets out of thin air, an economic and political rationale for war is easy to come by; for if the Keynesian doctrine that government spending is the only way to lift us out of an economic depression is true, then surely military expenditures are the quickest way to inject "life" into a failing system. This doesn’t work, economically, since the crisis is only masked by the wartime atmosphere of emergency and "temporary" privation. Politically, however, it is a lifesaver for our ruling elite, which is at pains to deflect blame away from itself and on to some "foreign" target.

It’s the oldest trick in the book, and it’s being played out right before our eyes, as the U.S. prepares to send even more troops to the Afghan front and is threatening Iran with draconian economic sanctions, a step or two away from outright war.

A looming economic depression and the horrific prospect of another major war – the worst-case scenario seems to be unfolding, like a recurring nightmare ...

Forecaster Celente has identified several bubbles, the latest being the "bailout bubble," slated to pop at any time, yet there may be another bubble to follow what Celente calls "the mother of all bubbles," one that will implode with a resounding crash heard ’round the world – the bubble of empire.

Our current foreign policy of global hegemonism and unbridled aggression is simply not sustainable, not when we are on the verge of becoming what we used to call a Third World country, one that is bankrupt and faces the prospect of a radical lowering of living standards. Unless, of course, the "crisis" atmosphere can be sustained almost indefinitely.

George W. Bush had 9/11 to fall back on, but that song is getting older every time they play it. Our new president needs to come up with an equivalent, one that will divert our attention away from Goldman Sachs and toward some overseas enemy who is somehow to be held responsible for our present predicament.

It is said that FDR’s New Deal didn’t get us out of the Great Depression, but World War II did. The truth is that, in wartime, when people are expected to sacrifice for the duration of the "emergency," economic problems are anesthetized out of existence by liberal doses of nationalist chest-beating and moral righteousness. Shortages and plunging living standards were masked by a wartime rationing system and greatly lowered expectations. And just as World War II inured us to the economic ravages wrought by our thieving elites, so World War III will provide plenty of cover for a virtual takeover of all industry by the government and the demonization of all political opposition as "terrorist".

An impossible science-fictional scenario? Or a reasonable projection of present trends? Celente, whose record of predictions is impressive, to say the least, sees war with Iran as the equivalent of World War III, with economic, social, and political consequences that will send what is left of our empire into a tailspin. This is the popping of the "hyperpower" bubble, the conceit that we – the last superpower left standing – will somehow defy history and common sense and avoid the fate of all empires: decline and fall.

I certainly hope Faber and Calente are wrong. But they are both very smart guys who have been right on many of their forecasts for decades. Even when their predictions have been viewed as extremely controversial at the time, many of them have turned out to be right.
Yesterday, former Goldman Sachs technical analyst Charles Nenner - who has made some big accurate calls, and counts major hedge funds, banks, brokerage houses, and high net worth individuals as clients. - told Fox News that there will be “a major war starting at the end of 2012 to 2013”, which will drive the Dow to 5,000.

Therefore, says Nenner:
I told my clients and pension funds and big firms and hedge funds to almost go out of the market, almost totally out of the market.

As influential Americans are lobbying for war in order to save the American economy - what is often called "military Keynesianism". But as many economists have shown, war is - contrary to commonly-accepted myth - actually bad for the economy.

Of course, someone other than the U.S. might start a war.

Given today's global instability in EURASIA and beyond..... it is impossible to predict where a spark might land which leads to a wider conflagration.

The rule of the human jungle, the rule by chaos, jaw bone diplomacy, “take what you want” colonial conquest philosophy has evolved into criminal “sophisticated financial instruments” and their predatory profit making applications is not for the better condition of humanity and fair trade but for the profit of a few criminal blood suckers.

Like Vampires, they are never satisfied and need more than the last record profit (oil spike), humanity is just the means for more profit and power. If you can’t pay, they want you dead that applies world wide as they steal everything that you do have.

These people are insane and they lead us with corrupt proxy government insanity as they try to drive humanity back into the dark ages with class and economic warfare. Look how far they have advanced (our decline) in the last 10 years.

Chaos is bankster profit, war is bankster profit, and the banksters are always on the supply and control side of the chaos equation. They bet and supply both sides against the middle and make profit in the billions for the death of millions. In the end they control the currency and the economy of the winner.

Now, apply the US self-destruction policy on a world wide basis. It makes no difference if you are an American Main Street Free Market Capitalist, Communist or a Socialist, the criminal banksters and their totalitarian world structure will own and control you in the end and destroy your national sovereignty and government.

Will the criminal Traitors hang or succeed? So far they have been successful but they still might hang for their crimes, time will tell....

What USA is smoking is oil.... Neither of the Koreas is of strategic importance to the US. They aren't the center of gravity for the world's largest remaining hydrocarbon reserves. Iran is. If the US goes to war with it, Russia, China, and India's strategic interests are all threatened. So the WWIII equivalency is close enough. Fortunately, probably ...a civil war right here in USA is looking just as likely.....

[Why does the US or NATO have a "right" to bomb Libya? It is obvious that this question will never be answered, or even noticed by the people who should be made to answer questions, but it still must be asked by someone other us.... Do Russia and China also possess this "right" to do violence upon other nations? What would happen if either Russia or China, or both of them, should exercise their own right to intervene and put a damper on the moronic Euro/American call for a "no-fly zone"? At some point, someone will get between the leaders of the American bully nation and their next intended victim and stop them from shoving anyone else around.

Can this really be called part of the fake "war on terror"?]

China, The Next Superpower...? or is it being thwarted...?--
Supremacy: As Beijing resumes double-digit increases in military spending, a leading think tank projects China will achieve military parity in less than a generation. We'd better practice our bows.

Back in 1907, President Teddy Roosevelt sent what became known as the Great White Fleet on a worldwide excursion that lasted almost 14 months. Four U.S. naval squadrons, consisting of four battleships each and their escorts, demonstrated America's arrival as a great power that would soon pass Britain as ruler of the waves.

Read more ....

: The Great Britain analogy from 100 years ago is a good one .... and so fitting to where we find ourselves today....
NORTH KOREA may have already developed nuclear warheads that are small enough to be mounted on missiles and aircraft, a senior US intelligence official said on Thursday.

'The North may now have several plutonium-based nuclear warheads that it can deliver by ballistic missiles and aircraft as well as by conventional means,' Lieutenant General Ronald Burgess, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, told a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing.

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North Korean Nukes Might Fit on Missiles, Aircraft: U.S. -- Global Security Newswire
Colonel Gaddafi is funding his fightback against rebel forces from a stockpile of 'tens of billions' in cash squirreled away in Tripoli banks, U.S. intelligence agents have revealed.

The vast sum has allowed the dictator to continue fighting despite an international freeze on much of his beleaguered government's assets.

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The second X-37B, also called the Orbital Test Vehicle, launched several hundred miles above Earth Saturday (March 5) on an Atlas 5 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Fla. It will stay into orbit for up to 270 days, according to Air Force officials.

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Don't Look Up: The Secret Space Plane Is Flying Again -- Time Magazine

Comment: They must like the results .... hence they are now laying the groundwork for future missions.
military leaders, and these guys aren't helping.)

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Although the NATO Ziocon secretary general, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, said that “time is of the essence,” the tepid response reflected the utter disinformation within the military alliance about what is being this gigantic chess game for Eurasia, Energy, choke points and startegic trading routes and the dire economic conditions always in the back-grounder......

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