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October 20, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell

Well, every now and then the lamestream media's presstitutes manage to come up with some real journalism, in this case, of course, because they want to see their candidate, Barmitt Obromneyack (D- Indonesia-Kenya-Hawaii and all points in between), prevail over challenger Barmitt Obromneyack (R-Taxachusetts). Nonetheless the following article from ABC News is interesting, almost as much as for what it implies, as for what it actually says:

Who’s Advising Mitt Romney on Foreign Policy?

What disturbs me here folks is that this background indicates that a Barmitt Obromneyack (R) regime would be a return, perhaps on steroids, to the reign of George II (of the House of Bush, not Hanover), and to a dangerous liaison with the Likudniks in Israel who desperately are wishing for an external military action against Iran. In other words: more of the same: more "nation-building", more spreading of the Amerikan empire in the name of "democracy," and most importantly, as we've already heard from Barmitt Obromneyack (R), a new confrontational attitude to Russia.

ABC's article comes at a particularly timely juncture (even though I have no intention of voting for their candidate, the hyper-dimensional failure, Barmitt Obromneyack[D-Everywhere-but-here]). The reason for this timeliness? Russia has recently cancelled its agreement to the post-Soviet arms limitations:

Russia says it will not renew arms agreement with U.S.

What the latter article is not telling you is that the "pro-democracy" groups are really agents provocateurs of the West, by which it has launched revolutions in former Soviet republics, expanded NATO(in spite of promises and assurances given that it would not do so), and by which it intended, at one time via Yeltsin and his cronies, to plunder Russia's resources for itself...

...until Putin. What the United States and NATO have attempted to do is impose a unipolar world on the rest of the world, and for all its growing economic strength, China does not yet pack the punch of Russia; the two nations together compose the biggest obstacle to what both nations - and much of the rest of the world - view as the growing imperialism of the United States, and to what many, myself included, would see as a nearly delusional geopolitical ambition on the part of Western financial oligarchs.

Make no mistake, Russia has signaled that it is aware of the game, and what the stakes are: its survival as a sovereign nation, and we may now expect that Russia will rebuild and reequip, and modernize its military, all while Barmitt Obromneyack (R) and his neo-con advisors talk about getting tough on the Middle East and Russia... we're watching the beginning of a new Cold War being put together.

See you on the flip side.