- The World Stands On the Edge of World War III In Multiple Locations
by Dave Hodges, http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/
I cannot recall writing an article which has caused me so much consternation than this one. Last night as my family was returning from dining out near the beginning of twilight, I saw a gigantic cloud stretching endlessly upward and spreading out. It looked just like a mushroom cloud, the kind you would see following a nuclear explosion. Was this an ominous sign, or was this simply a case of personal projection of where my mind is presently at? I may never really know the answer for certain, however, this moment in time is reflective of where I believe the world is at in the present moment.
“History May Not Repeat, but It Sure Does Rhyme”
… The events of World War I were set into motion with the assassination of Austria-Hungary’s Archduke Francis Ferdinand by an unknown Serbian national. Austria-Hungary was allied with Germany. Serbia was allied with Russia, which was allied with Great Britain and France. And the rest, as they say, was history.
Today’s Possible “Archduke” Hot Spots
There is no shortage of places where the slightest spark could set off World War III, but there are a few leading candidates.
* Any location where these is the presence of a military provocation
* North and South Korea
The Tianjin explosion was waged as an act of war by the United States in response to China’s currency war with the subsequent Yuan devaluation, according to dissident sources from mainland China. Within hours, Mike Adams and I had both reached the same conclusion, that the weapon used to attack China was an American space-based weapon fired in retaliation for a recent Chinese currency devaluation which negatively impacted the dollar.
Of course, after the event, the “coincidence theorists” were out in force accusing both Adams and myself of being part of a tin-foil hat conspiracy. When the event was duplicated a few days later, the coincidence theorists are nowhere to be found.