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-The timeline in focus.
-The USD in focus and why it’s climbing higher.
-Why is the United States sleepwalking into oblivion? What is the ultimate objective?
-My observations of V. Putin and how the alt-media admire him. How and why the reemergence of the former Soviet Union has quickly unfolded. The Soviet Union fell in name only.
-I often get asked why the Soviet Union would stage its own demise over 30 years ago, if only to “resurrect” in the future. The answer is simple.
First, let’s look as to why the former Soviet structure (up to 1990) could not be maintained;
- the Soviet economy was hemorrhaging red ink and sported a massive balance of payments deficit.
- Although it was a closed economy, it was still dependent on outside sources of financing and funding to remain in business. Yet, it was nearly impossible for foreigners to engage in its commerce and hold any of its investments.
- Its government spending deficits to GDP were too large to maintain.
- Its sprawling structure meant it had to govern many different races of peoples and nationalities.
- Its technology was not keeping up with the West.
- Its socialist and Marxist structure provided little incentive for worker effort nor motivation to excel. Its industries were the most inefficient in the world.
Second, by feigning its demise, the Soviet Union would be rebranded as Russia (since 1991), and this would help to facilitate the cooperation of Western businesses and governments to fund and build its industries. With respect to it energy and resource industries, Russia was able to open up its trading and export businesses to obtain needed foreign capital to expand its capabilities. Western technologies could also more easily be transferred in the name of conducting business under peaceful means.
Third, when Russia was ready to begin planning its ultimate goal of taking out the West, it would reemerge (2021) prior to engaging in WWIII. It has always been Soviet since 1917 and will continue to be so after the war. Putin is ex-KGB, and was placed in his leadership role by orders that went above Boris Yeltsin.
–Operation Teapot is so 67 years ago. But that’s what is in store for the U.S.
-A brief discussion of the Gatestone Institute’s analysis regarding the buildup to war. Although I may have a tendency to take some with a grain of salt, since its president is a CFR member, it largely conforms with my economic and political analysis regarding the upcoming force majeure.
-The MSM can no longer run cover for the obvious.
-How much time do we have left?
-What I am now beginning to do to prepare.