IS NATOSTAN CRACKING?
When I sat down on Sunday as I normally do to go through the previous week's emails and to sort the "blogables" and "honourable mentions," I ran across this very interesting email (and article) from W.G., and the header of the email said "Is Natostan cracking?" I thought that was such a good headliner I read the article he sent along with it, and it's one of those "quiet but important" articles because it foretells a world of geopolitical mischief, and the financial instability that goes with it. If you're looking for geopolitical or political reasons for the "great crypto-crash of '22" (see last Monday's blog), this may be it:
Now I grant you, trying to figure out exactly what it going on in this war in the Ukraine is difficult. Both parties to the conflict, Russia and the West, have ramped up the propaganda efforts tremendously, though in my opinion, the propaganda efforts seem much more intense on the part of the west. To read some of the speculations going around on the internet, Russia's on her last legs, Mr. Putin is undeniably sick, and a coup could topple him any minute now. There are even similar rumours about Mr. Xi suffering brain aneurisms and about to be toppled, &c &c.
But the article above paints a rather different picture. Consider its 8 points:
- The Ukraine is actually losing the military conflict;
- The West is losing the financial war and the sanctions regime is backfiring;
- In fact, the sanctions are dividing Europe and could fracture NATO;
- The Russians finally answered the phone when US Secretary of Defense Austin called, and apparently talked to his Russian counterpart, Sergei Shoigu, about a ceasefire. (Translation: we're losing, so we'd better start negotiations now before our position gets worse);
- South Ossetia will hold a referendum on whether or not to join the Russian Federation (they'd be stupid not to);
- Italy in the form of its Bankster in chief, Mario Draghi, wants Bidenenko to call Mr Putin to "give peace a chance" (apparently the phone call from Mr. Austin, while answered, didn't produce the desired results);
- French President Macron, another Bankster who once worked for the Rottenchilds, urged his Ukrainian counter-part Zelensky to "give up some Ukrainian sovereignty" in order to make a peace deal possible; and finally,
- The United States is not strong enough to fight a two front war, one against Russia, and the other against China.
In other words, NATOstan is cracking, and all the flying buttresses that the Western media are trying to construct to prop up the narrative before it comes crashing down simply aren't working.
But I want to concentrate on the 6th and 7th points above, the pleas of the two banksters-in-chief in Italy and France. There is a school of thought out there on the internet right now that the whole Ukrainian mess is proceeding exactly according to the wishes of Ernst Stavro Blohschwab and his cronies at SPECTRE...er... at the World Economic Forum, the "Davos crowd." I'll grant that the idea has some appeal, it even has that "Madrid Circular" feel to it that I talked about in my book The Third Way. If you don't know what the Madrid Circular is, very briefly, it was a memorandum of understanding circulated among the post-war Nazi International both in Europe and in Latin America, about how the East-West tensions of the time were a good thing, because it gave the Nazis maneuvering room in Europe. If you've ever seen the movie version of Tom Clancy's novel, The Sum of All Fears, the movie is predicated on an "update" to the idea behind the Madrid Circular: created a war between the USA and Russia, and allow Europe to sit it out, then claim its "rightful position in the sun" (with Germany at the helm, of course), after the two countries tear each other apart. If that reading seems far-fetched, remember that it was a stated goal at the outset of Russia's special military operation to "de-nazify" the Kiev regime.
But there's two massive horse flies in that ointment, Mr. Draghi, and M. Macron. Stop and consider that both men represent the banking interests; for both men to be signaling that it's time for the Ukraine to get out of this war by giving up a little of its sovereignty is a signal that not all is one big happy cabal inside of SPECTRE and the Davos set. There is a real conflict of visions, and a real attempt to pull back from what could quickly become a disaster for all of Europe. It's worth remembering that these same countries were, a few years ago, ready to expand NATO and the EU into the Ukraine, where that country would have lost much more sovereignty than it may now lose to Russia. And if that's the case, it's a measure of just how badly things are going over there. It's a measure of why the British are talking about expanding NATO to a global size.
Or to put it country simple: the leadership class of the entire west simply has no clue on how to get out of what it has started. And there's a certain faction, as we all know, that would like the mess to continue as long as possible. After all, the Ukraine has proven to be quite a test bed for corruption, money-laundering (where are all those weapons really going?), human trafficking, bio-warfare experimentation... you name it.
See you on the flip side...
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