Does Anyone Want War Against China And Russia? Apart From The Oil Cartel.

The war-drums are beating. Iran is the aspirational ‘World Government”s next target. The result will not be as with Iraq – another quagmire, with the rest of the world standing back. A war with Iran threatens China directly as 20% of her oil comes from there. Iran has huge reserves of natural gas, the fuel of the future, on which China is depending. If these reserves fall into the hands of the West’s oil cartel, China will react.

Global Research writes –

The year 2012 may become known as a watershed for humanity – the year when mankind was precipitated into a global conflagration involving nuclear weapons. The signs are indeed grimly ominous as formidable military forces converge on the Persian Gulf in the long-running stand-off between the United States and Iran.

On side with the US are its European allies in NATO, primarily Britain, Washington’s Middle East client states: Israel and the Arab monarchies of the Persian Gulf – all bristling with weapons of mass destruction. Recent naval exercises by Iran in the Strait of Hormuz have also displayed a fierce arsenal of missiles and military capability, and Iran has strategic alliances with Russia and China, both of whom will not stand idly by if their Persian partner is attacked.

British and American governments are committed to starting this war. Do any of the British and American people support them? I don’t know of anyone who does. These are wars between big business cartels and tiny power elites, in which the rest of humanity will pay the price, be they Russian, Chinese, Iranian, Israeli, British or American.

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One Response to “Does Anyone Want War Against China And Russia? Apart From The Oil Cartel.”

  1. Julia says:

    I haven’t noticed anyone who supports these coming wars either. Unlike with Iraq, where so many believed the media and PR lies. Though I personally can’t support murder in any form. What are the mainstream press telling their readers to think about Iran? What about the BBC?

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