Jim W. Dean
NEO – USA in Mid East – Going, Going, Gone
[Veteran’s Today Editor’s note: Alexander brings us more analysis from the Russian perspective at this critical time. The US seems to be rolling the dice in a desperate game to create instability on Russia’s border, establish an offensive base in the Ukraine, threaten Russia gas markets in Europe, and give Putin some payback for his solid support of Syria.
The famous quote of Carl von Clausewitz comes to mind, “War is the continuation of politics by other means.”
But I think 21st century America will be remembered for raising sanctions up to the level of conducting war and occupying a targeted country at the same time, while using the least amount of military power.
General Smedley Butler, USMC
America seems hell bent on conducting economic warfare across the globe, where our military has been relegated to the thug status that Marine General Smedley Butler described in his famous expose, War is a Racket. The modern Madison Avenue PR people had their fun trying to disguise the dirty deeds, with feints like calling them “color revolutions” versus the assaults that they really are.
But the bloom is off the rose now. We see the ugliness of it all for what it really is… just plain ugly. We also see that it is not being done for our benefit in any way. On the contrary, it never was.
We have been plantation assets to be used however the elites have wanted. And this endless game of serfdom will never end until we refuse to play the game… Jim W. Dean ]
US is losing its positions in the Middle East due to the Ukrainian Crisis
… by Alexander Orlov, … with New Eastern Outlook, Moscow
By taking an extremely hostile position against Russia in the Ukrainian crisis, Washington has managed to hasten the reorientation of Moscow towards the East, especially the Mid East.
Iran is among the states that can expect the future development of bilateral relations with Russia, since it is one of the most influential countries in the region.
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