IRAN is historically (as Persia) the ‘center’ of the Silk Road legacy; so no wonder it is NWO’s worst enemy right now!
Also along the well beaten path: Russia, Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Greece
China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Korea
most of the ‘Stans’ (except peculiarly, Afghanistan- wonder why they’re not partaking, too busy supplying some other resource?)
Egypt, Bangladesh, possibly others.
notice quite a few NATO countries and one ambiguous country seem to have managed to be included thus are on both 'sides'. perhaps in anticipation of
transforming the SR into an eastern extension of NWO down the road..
Obviously that’s alot of countries NWO has to destabilize & assimilate! That’s a whole lot of war; neverending war.. unless they resort to like
nukes or weather/bio WMDs to speed takeovers along, at this rate.
And just to stop them from further developing their own flourishing eastern trades? Whatta shame =/
We are not enemies of China or of Russia. Corrupt leaders make us fear by promoting it. Russia controls their people by promoting fear of the west
and America promotes fear of Russia...and natural microbes. It is all about controlling the Masses. China is doing it different than other nations
do it, but is still doing it.
Wait toll the Koreas get together, they have lots of good minds and workers there. They will be a threat to the NWO too, I see some major problems
with the NWO sabotaging this alliance. I can't say it is the NWO that is running this, I just know some people try to cause conflict to keep any
nation from becoming a threat.
I watch Russian news almost daily by proxy of my family. I rarely see USA mentioned in negative light. It is more of a Russian people not caring about
west. They have so many domestic problems not solved since 1990's like poor roads and #ty building conditions, corruption.
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