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Good analysis but I would consider Germany as a potential competitor to the Anglo Saxon empire or at least as much as Japan is. Its only been a bit more than two decades since reunification and they are definitely back in the game in a big way as they have a lot of control over the EU through their economic power.edit on 25-3-2014 by john452 because: (no reason given)
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I don't know. The British PM at the time was one of the most concerned by German reunification. They have a lot of power and influence today through the EU. Right now it's not in their interests to rock the boat as is the case with Japan but to quote Sun Tzu - victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win. If a competitor can convince their enemy they aren't an enemy until after they have the upper hand that really is an ideal situation.
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I am very happy to see great responses to my thread.
I think Rothschild is not the kingpin of Anglo Saxon power. He is a big spoke in the wheel no doubt but not the kingpin.
It is a mistake to think that wars happen due to some individual. The Anglo Saxons are preoccupied with keeping their power. They would not fight if there is no challenge. Any war they initiate is to protect their power base.
Putin will not sit back and watch his country's one and only inland port, Crimea/Black Sea, get taken over by the US/UK because he knows damn well that would mean losing ground on control of his own country's natural oil/gas resources.
China and Russia are both sitting on huge gold stashes, and their time to push out the petrodollar is nigh...
It's the game changer.
The Cold War 2.0 is back in action, folks.
But the game is very different this time because the US has been economically riding on fumes for many years and can no longer afford to finance long drawn out military incursions like they used to. And just to add salt to the wound, both China and Russia are creditors to the US.
Yup, Russia and China have been patiently waiting for this day...
Will this end up in a full blown WW3 because of economic power restructuring ?
Only time will tell.