- Serpents speak by inverting reality: Good is Evil, Evil is Good, victims are terrorists, terrorists are victims, God is Satan, Satan is God (blasphemy) … the inversion of reality is: Satanism.
- It is US+NATO which is driving the world towards WW3 because of the bankruptcies of their Illuminist banks and collapse of their financial and economic system. Illuminist serpents would like you to believe the opposite ie. Russia+China driving the world to WW3 because of their collapsing economies.
- George Soros Warns Washington To “Mend Relations With China” Or Face World War 3
by Tyler Durden, www.zerohedge.com
Having already warned the world once of the consequences of tensions between China and US, George Soros (recently exposed as the puppetmaster behind Ukraine’s ongoing fiasco) has stepped up the rhetoric in a biting Op-Ed. “Both the US and China have a vital interest in reaching an understanding because the alternative is so unpalatable,” Soros wrote in an article for the New York Review of Books, with the danger imminent if Chinese economic reforms fail forcing President Xi Jinping to “foster some external conflicts to keep the country united and maintain himself in power.” These “conflicts” would present themselves in the form of a Sino-Russo alliance which could draw the entire world into war. As Sputnik reports, Soros goes on to point out the key differences between Washington, Beijing, and Moscow, suggesting that China and Russia both consider themselves victims of “America’s aspirations to world domination.”
A Partnership with China to Avoid World War (via The New York Review of Books)
International cooperation is in decline both in the political and financial spheres. The UN has failed to address any of the major conflicts since the end of the cold war; the 2009 Copenhagen Climate Change Conference left a sour aftertaste; the World Trade Organization hasn’t concluded a major trade round since 1994. The International Monetary Fund’s legitimacy is increasingly questioned because of its outdated governance, and the G20, which emerged during the financial crisis of 2008 as a potentially powerful instrument of international cooperation, seems to have lost its way. In all areas, national, sectarian, business, and other special interests take precedence over the common interest. This trend has now reached a point where instead of a global order we have to speak of global disorder.