The father of Reaganomics, former US Treasury Secretary Paul Craig Roberts, is an important commentator on the dangerous geopolitical developments of the last year. After the failure of the murder of Boris Nemtsov on Feb 27th to create a Moscow ‘maidan’ , Jacob Rothschild warned his investors of “a geopolitical situation perhaps as dangerous as any we have faced since World War II”. In the second week of March there was an abortive coup against Putin, according to a former Israeli ambassador to Russia. The failure of the coup was followed by an attempted nuclear first strike [sic] on Russia on 15th March. The officer responsible for transmitting the launch codes to the submarines, Captain Heather Cole, refused to do so and has been under arrest and incommunicado since 15th March.
There are reports that the Russians intercepted coded British messages indicating that the UK was involved in this maximally reckless endeavour. This is hardly surprising since Britain’s nuclear weapons exist solely to project Rothschild power. Twenty deluded fools led by former NATO Secretary General George Robertson (who supported the gun licence application of his friend Dunblane killer and paedophile Thomas Hamilton) wrote to the Times before the General Election calling for the renewal of Trident.
Apparently nobody had told them that the Americans have abandoned the doctrine of ‘mutally assured deterrence’ in favour of ‘first strike capability’. In the following article Paul Craig Roberts argues that Europe has a choice: either it will break from Washington over the issue of Russian sanctions, or it will allow Washington to push it into military conflict with Russia. and by the way, we can assume that, unlike Capt Heather Cole, any one of these fools would have obeyed (or even given) orders to start a nuclear war. Let’s not forget Captain Heather Cole, to whom we on this small island owe our lives.