War is definitely coming, but our enemies are not close to being ready
We need to concentrate on the existential threats coming from our own government first
Over the past couple weeks I received three or four emails from readers asking me how much time we have left until war. I was also sent a couple links to some “analysis” from Mike Adams regarding this timeline to war. Evidently, he has been indicating that the CCP’s PLA is set to invade mainland United States this Fall through a number of wild means. My answer is simple; the bottom line is that neither Russia nor China is close to being ready to engineer a protracted conflict against the West, especially the United States.
To wit, I wanted to submit to you a portion of this week’s World Affairs Brief from Joel Skousen, which goes into great detail dismantling Mike Adams and his military analysis.
I have always warned the reader to discard anyone who claims to base his or her research on inside sources. These supposed insiders are either providing disinfo or are there for histrionics effect. It always seems to end in the demoralization of the listener when the predicted events do not occur as told to us, or just end up assisting in feeding us limited hangout.
Whether it pertains to Economics or geopolitics, I stick to what makes sense. Based on my analysis of Russia’s actions in Ukraine, as well as China’s ongoing domestic security and economic issues, it is clear that neither government is close to being ready to take on the United States.THE BOGUS CLAIM OF IMMINENT WAR WITH CHINA AND RUSSIA
Based on all our previous analysis, it is clear that the actions of our own government pose the biggest existential threats to our financial lives and personal safety. Never lose perspective on these matters. I warn the reader to stop getting emotionally involved with the Cassandra callings from “inside sources” and “people in the know.” There’s plenty of readily available information out there to be concerned about.