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Originally posted by DangerDeath
The economic crisis was created in order to set the stage for big show off. It is not war which is meant to cover up for apparent failure in economy, war is the goal of this bunch and economic crisis is their excuse.
If you look at this graph which depicts the "waves" which come and go in regular cycles, you will see that it is time for a big one.
Originally posted by DangerDeath
Since most American industry is now outsourced into Asia, and also American military, what is left in America for the Illuminati to protect? Digital money?
We're now experiencing the fallout of too rapid growth based on perceived wealth instead of tangible assets. Even the super rich are negatively impacted.
And, in my opinion, this decades long build up would be a very very difficult thing to orchestrate. All governments and banking institution, not only in the West, but in China, Russia, the Middle East, India, Asia - all unwittingly participants in the massive scheme.
I'm not sure who the "bunch"s that is outside this worldwide circle. And if they control everything already, what more is there to gain as millions die and the power shifts from one position to another.
The giant game worked pretty well so far for them, why do they want to change it so much. What else is there that they don't already have?
Over all view of the area.
Turkish firms dominate northern Iraq's economy and Turkish firms have billions of dollars of contracts in Iraq.
Some 400,000 barrels of Iraqi oil a day -- more than a fifth of its exports -- are piped through the Turkish port of Ceyhan. (Additional reporting by Aseel Kami; Writing by Tim Cocks; Editing by Jon Hemming)
Originally posted by VonDutch
Amazing thread with a lot of insight!
I read it like a newspaper.. this thread should be stickied.
Keep the scenarios comming!
Although the idea of a Group of 2 made of the United States and China is not the best way to reach global and sustainable equilibrium, immediate challenges underline the importance of the relationship between the two. By conducting a second nuclear test on May 25, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) puts the US-China cooperation at the center of Asian and even, due to the very nature of the nuclear issue, of world politics.
Rahm Emanuel, Obama's chief of staff said: "I think we were all impressed with the fact that the Russians and the Chinese denounced this so strongly." From a global perspective, it signals to other countries - President Mahmud Ahmadinejad's Iran for example - that the international regime on non-proliferation and the status quo of the nuclear club can be seriously challenged.
These dealings made Finland the second largest provider of missile technology to Israel, playing second fiddle only to the United States. Finland is also Israel's ninth most important supplier of arms and ammunitions, according to Amnesty International. Besides these exports, Finland purchased medium-range missiles from Rafael in 2000 and 2001 for a value of more than 37 million euros.
Dozens of senior military and government officials from around the world will flock to Israel next week to follow the nationwide emergency drill that will start on Sunday. The "Turning Point 3" exercise will run from Sunday to Thursday.
Sometime next year, at a tightly guarded site south of its capital, Pakistan will be ready to start churning out a new stream of plutonium for its nuclear arsenal, which will eventually include warheads for ballistic missiles and cruise missiles capable of being launched from ships, submarines or aircraft.
About 1,000 miles to the southwest, engineers in India are designing cruise missiles to carry nuclear warheads, relying partly on Russian missile-design assistance. India is also trying to equip its Agni ballistic missiles with such warheads and to deploy them on submarines. Its rudimentary missile-defense capability is slated for a major upgrade next year.