I have great respect for the work of F. William Engdahl, and I’ve subscribed to his Newsletter, the topic of which today may now be of interest to all of us, as we try to understand this phenomena: The Strange Geopolitics of Christian-Zionism. It appears below in the form of a pdf, on which you can click to read and/or download.
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The video below is a MUST Watch – 9/11 made clear!
Comment from Jean: Now, for the ‘real’ WHY and WHO of this terrible event in our nation’s history, see this article that I have already published on this topic HERE
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‘Utterly bizarre’: Trump team seeks good relations with Russia, but threatens China – John Pilger,Patrick Henningsen, andretired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski (3 Videos) RT, Op-Edge . . . not so bizarre if we understand the insane idea to make friends with Russia and draw them away from China, then to make war on China, that comes to Trump a la Henry Kissinger.and others. I think because of those who stole the election for Trump that his hands are tied and that he cannot do what he would like. (Yes, I’ve published here the fact that they both attempted to steal the election — a proven fact — but Trump did a better job. I think people need to get real about this fact very quickly!)
Apparently Trump has decided the best defense is a strong offense:
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China Expands Hegenomy as Part of Larger Perspectve. . . This article from the Daily Bell has been sitting on my desk for a week, because I was curious as why they would say such a thing. They have neglacted to add that the US has China surrounded by military bases and is attempting to block off their access to the South China Sea — and the waterways of the world. China and Vietnam have recently agreed to settle their differences peacefully without US involvement, but the US won’t let any of this be. It’s very likely that Taiwan and South Kore, just by way of example, are being spurred on by the United States. Are we talking hegemony or self-protection from the NWO?
China is increasingly concerned with Hong Kong rhetoric about freedom, and has warned leaders against protests. Hong Kong operates under the uneasy policy of “one country, two systems.