reply to post by Thebudweiserstuntman
The media spins this into such a difficult state of propaganda that it's hard to get a clear perspective of what is really going on.
All I can do is look at facts.
US is attacking Iraq and Afghanistan, on false pretexes for war:
Afghanistan -> Al Queda connection when all terrorists came from Saudi Arabia.
Iraq -> Weapons of mass destruction when none are found.
So we know they invaded and occupied two countries based on false pretexts, and we see the influence of Georgia war coming from Washington.
Looking at the future conflicts:
US vs Iran -> Same pretext as Iraq, WMD concerns.
US vs Pakistan -> US invading Pakistan with sorties and skirmishes, is leading to war with Pakistan.
US vs Russia -> Georgian proxy conflict
US vs Russia -> Venezuela military build up.
US vs North Korea -> Current shift in politics, NK is going nuclear again, back on the uncooperative side demanded of the US.
US vs China -> Possibly through Iran/NK conflict.
That is the current stage as I see it, we have the aggressor, the US, attacking several countries based on false pretexts and propaganda, the answer
to this is an alliance of threatened nations turning the tide and attacking the US.
The aggression is evident, it is provocative and there is no question, the actions the US has currently taken its foreign policy will be answered for.
Iran -> WMD... again where have we heard that before.
With the collapse of the US economy, if this is really what is happening and not another planned coup to turn the world economy over to some elite
bankers... J P Morgan for example getting the buy out and money to buy out failed banks... that's consolidation.
The collapse could weaken the US, deter its strength in all regions due to lack of funding, and the enemies of the US take advantage of the weakness
Who knows, this war may just be fought with economics, but I doubt that.