posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 04:15 PM
To be honest, I'm suspicious of all activities being touted as independent foreign relations visits and the like.
As many on this site, and even in the wider world now suspect, we are being played from all sides - the word 'globalist' when spoken in
conjunction with any reference to the corporate fascists, should remind us that in many regards, the old border divides are less real, more
bureaucratic than ever before in history.
The right price will get you everything, and my personal belief is that many potential foreign policy options are tested, feedback analysed, and
follow up plays devised on the fly - to achieve predetermined goals. Such as the toppling of certain regimes, even if that means you have to get in
bed with savage Jihadi fighters.
I no longer believe that international relations have anything to do with genuine interplay, at the most senior level. The lower levels categorise
and deal with the chaotic elements of social management - the higher levels deal with working on the long con: centralised world government being
forefront of the agenda (in addition to other aspects which equate to pieces of the same pie).
Putin is playing good cop, but we know Syria is done for, no matter what we see on the surface. Iran is probably next on the list. Then Russia and
China kick off with the USA, and in the chaos that follows, universal guerrilla Jihad puts the world at risk of devolution to the apocalypse.