Get Ready For A New False Flag Attack!Submitted by Ralph Waldo on Tue, 04/22/2014 - 11:02
Russia and China are about to finalize a sweeping trade deal that was years in the making, involving oil, gas, military and economic forces, including a shift away from the US dollar. This is the biggest international event and threat to the US/Europe empire since WWII.
With control of the global economy for the next 100 years at stake, it's the closest we have been to WW III since the Cuban Missile crisis. In fact, all of the wars in the Mideast since 911 have really been about the US trying to stop this Russian/China alliance and of course the NSA has been monitoring it every step of the way.
Look at where the last wars in the middle east have been instigated and it becomes obvious. The specifics of this are laid out in detail in "The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives by Zbigniew Brzezinski".
Do you think it's just coincidence the US military has shipped massive amounts of war equipment to Afghanistan and is now ready to withdraw that equipment at the same time this Ukrainian conflict has flared up? Look at a map and the timing - not just coincidence!
Here's the brief on ZIG and his book:
Brzezinski graduated with a PhD from Harvard University in 1953 and became Professor of American Foreign Policy at Johns Hopkins University before becoming the United States National Security Advisor during 1977－1981 under the administration of President Jimmy Carter.
Regarding the landmass of Eurasia as the center of global power, Brzezinski sets out to formulate a Eurasian geostrategy for the United States. In particular, he writes, it is imperative that no Eurasian challenger should emerge capable of dominating Eurasia and thus also of challenging America's global pre-eminence.
Much of his analysis is concerned with geostrategy in Central Asia, focusing on the exercise of power on the Eurasian landmass in a post-Soviet environment. In his chapter dedicated to what he refers to as the "Global Balkans", Brzezinski makes use of Halford J. Mackinder's Heartland Theory.