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THE NEW COLD WAR ENEMY: CHINA

Paul Craig Roberts has an intriguing article on Washington's latest moves in the Western Pacific:

Brewing a Conflict with China

Roberts gets it right:

"What this is all about is provoking a long-term cold war conflict with China that will keep profits and power flowing into Washington’s military-security complex. Large profits flow to armaments companies. A portion of the profits reflow into campaign contributions to “the people’s representatives” in DC and to presidential candidates who openly sell out their country to private interests."

But I suspect that there may be more to it than merely keeping the good times rolling for the Pentagram and the military-industrial-bankster-security-intelligence-surveillance-police-state complex. Planning wars against this or that enemy, no matter how unlikely, is always a favorite pass-time of general staffs. After all, the U.S. Department of War had war plans in the 1920s and 1930s against the British Empire, against Russia, against France, even though the likelihood of a war between the U.K. and U.S.A. at that time was next to none. The British, the French, the Russians, all had similar plans against unlikely enemies, including the U.S.A. No surprise there. We may be assured that plans exist in Beijing and the Kremlin and New Dehli for war against each other...also unlikely....

But China is different. We may remark that there is a historical lesson, perhaps, to be learned here: an over-confident, technologically and tactically superior power, versus a newly industrialized power in the midst of social and military reorganization, reliant upon vast numbers for its military security.... that little lesson turned out to be the largest military campaign in history, a campaign to the death that lasted four years and cost nearly half of all the casualties of the world's largest war-to-date. The over-confident power went down to ignominious defeat.

But the war planning for China is different for another reason, and that is geopolitical inevitability: What Roberts is suggesting here is that there is more going on than merely keeping the American war machine rolling in cash; China and the West, or rather, the BRICS nations, with China and Russia at their core, are headed for a clash over the energy resources of central Asia, which the USA, Russia, and China, all intend to dominate...

...or perhaps that's just what we're being led to believe, for such a clash is inevitable only if there are no energy alternatives. The elites assure us there are not, that we have reached and passed not only "peak oil" but "peak civilization."... There's a scientist in Italy named Rossi that might have a thing or two to say about that....

11 thoughts on “THE NEW COLD WAR ENEMY: CHINA”

  1. Looks like ‘tam Amerika’ wants to piss the other Asian Giant off as well:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-03-15/u-s-may-sanction-india-over-level-of-iran-oil-imports.html

    While I think this may be unlikely, you have to be a complete moron if you think you can sanction India, and make militarily aggressive moves against China as well.

    U.S vs 2.5 billion people…….not even John Wayne could get you guys out of that one.

    I’m waiting for team Amerika to nark the Russians……why don’t these Anglo-Amerikan nuts come out and say it ‘We want to fight everyone”?

    1. Insanity tends toward insanity
      [wouldn’t you think?]
      and to doing insane things
      [I would think].

  2. And the conflict will be sparked here:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-18045383

    http://english.donga.com/srv/service.php3?bicode=060000&biid=2012051156568

    And here:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/02/world/asia/us-reaffirms-defense-of-philippines-in-standoff-with-china.html?_r=2

    And the U.S thinks it can make Australia a quasi-military state of America:

    http://www.stripes.com/news/serving-down-under-australia-offers-military-jobs-to-us-troops-facing-separation-1.176622

    As my Government delivers a disastrous bill that strips 5.4 billion from the defence, putting our highly trained military at risk, and selling our strategic abilities to America.

    I have seen the power of the Chinese, a war with them will be the catastrophic.

  3. Craig forgets the China part of the screen play. He’s right, saying that we are tired to here from deadly “towel head” threats and we need some more stimulant ingredient on the scene. There comes quiete right the Chinese navy making a gesture to take away a nice island that belongs to a nation with freedom loving people on it. This can’t be tolerated! It has to be stopped, by whom we spare out here, obviously America, who else?
    I ask myself it there could be a kind of mutual interes in it. The concrete heads of both sides maybe agree in, having a bit of conflict could help to convince their politics, and thus their population to spend more money on things that let us all feel stronger and more independent and save. I agree that a real war is not to be expected with China. It is not the moment. Both sides are not prepared, I guess. But both sides know that USA can’t dominate on the long term the whole asian landscape and that they will loose some of there pawns, sooner or later.

    What we are waiting for is a virile chinese act of violating our interests (western free democratic corporate economic rackets geo-strategic sphere), violently and just for fun, a little island could be the right size, too small to go to war for it. On the one side their would be a sensation of proudness, force and independency (a chinese “yes we can”), on the other side the real shock, the end of world wide wanderlust. The chinese could discover the pleasure of war business and the americans (europeans as well) would feel really frightened and would be easily motivated to spend some more precious dollars on building dikes against the “red flood”.

    This would be perfect and could be played for a while, as long as nobody exaggerates the bet.

  4. Hi Dr. Farrell,

    thanks for this posting-

    I can only quote a former (now retired) co-worker here in Germany whose father was just a normal colonel (she said) in the German army during WW2 (he wasn’t SS according to her)- anyway, all that aside, she said HE said way back then shortly after the war: “God help the world if the Chinese ever get involved”-

    just as an aside (and take it for what it’s worth), I work with several Koreans, Japanese and Chinese- all of the 4 Chinese I work with speak absolutely bafflingly perfect, accent-free German (no shit) just like native Germans (as well as impeccable English), which I cannot always say for my Korean/Jap co-workers-

    makes one wonder…

  5. Control FREAKS are just that. They are cancers to civilizations and once they get in positions in the heads of states they can’t stop seeing how much further they can forcefully squeeze us until we’re all dead. Even knowing they are destroying themselves by destroying their countrymen means nothing to them for they are only happy inflicting pain and death. They exist in every country and every culture and until we come up with way to vet them humanity is not going forward in becomeing all they can potentially be. They are clever sociopathic liars and once their first bogus excuse get exposed they merely offer a few other bogus excuses for why their actions are neccessary in the longer view. Of course time always shows it was never about the long veiw it was always about feeding their inner demon.

  6. Robert Barricklow

    There are several layers here in the power question.
    Most people at this site, if not all, know the bogus peak oil scam. There is plenty of power available in the REAL energy resources that the German Scientist captured long ago, in the “exotic physics’, that enabled the “flying saucers”. Tesla & other-like patents were placed in an Orwellian blck memory hole.
    Another layer/if the person in charge doesn’t show up for work on some given day, work can go on that day; but if the workers do not and onmly the managers show up, work does not go on that day.

    Military Industrial Bankster Security Intelligence Suveillance Police State/ Media Congressional Oil Pharma ect ect complex.

    Oh & now they blamin Iran for 9/11
    Are they now hiring the Hollywood B-Movie script writers for their Faux News Flashes?

  7. Sorry, I left this message in on the wrong forum, so I am posting it now on the correct one.

    YOU WROTE:…or perhaps that’s just what we’re being led to believe, for such a clash is inevitable only if there are no energy alternatives.

    EXACTLY, Dr Farrell.

    And there ARE most certainly alternatives — people have been assassinated by the PTB because they discovered how to harness these energies. So the technology is known. To believe otherwise would be extremely gullible and naive.

    And… as importantly….this is where I hold many alternative news journalists to be suspect in their complicity… their reports are cunningly “controlled”.
    Oh yes, they report the truth… however they omit or skew the most crucial parts.

    Shall we keep excusing this as “accidental”? I remain skeptical.

    Lady LaLa

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