Is the next global conflict imminent?

Patrick Henningsen chats with Ian Crane on the charade of democracy in the West attacking the very popular Putin.  The next steps all depend on the reaction of the people.  Marching in London and across the globe doesn’t cut it, as with Iraq in 2003.  Millions demonstrated against an Iraq war and were ignored.  People must do more than one day expression of their feelings against warfare.  They must keep it up day after day against Theresa May and Gavin Williamson.

Revisit 1984 by George Orwell.  What we are seeing today is exactly what he wrote about.

‘People repudiating morality reality while laying claim to it.’

What we are seeing in the media now is straight off of George Orwell’s quote. has less criticism than BBC and ITV from the regulators, yet RT is termed a propaganda channel by Piers Morgan.  We have the worst propaganda machines in the US and the UK.  The level of brainwashing should not be underestimated.  CNN.  BBC.  NYT.  No one in history has seen propaganda on this level before.  They make Isvestia and Prabda seem like child’s play.  They don’t care about facts and evidence.

People are deserting the BBC, ITV and the mainstream media in droves.

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The halcyon days of true internet freedom are well and truly behind us.  We have to make the most of this era while we still have access, before a new era comes in.

Re Salisbury chemical attack narrative, Corbyn is getting a massive media attack for refusing to condemn Putin.  Clip of Corbyn at PMQs asking very reasonable common sense questions – what evidence is there basically.  Just as the accusations accusing Russia of interfering in the US election fall away with no evidence provided after eighteen  months, the UK launches the accusation of Russia carrying out chemical warfare on British soil again with absolutely no evidence.  Everything is a media circus designed to accuse Russia when the UK is in breach of the international agreements as to how such incidents should be investigated.

One possibility was that Skripal was in negotiation to return to Russia, saying he was able to offer what he knew about the anti-Trump election campaign.  If true that would have made many want him assassinated.  Whatever the reason for Sergei Skripal’s poisoning, we have another WMD media push to demonise a potential enemy.

It’s the same in Syria where the UK has accused the government of using chemical weapons against its own people without providing evidence.  Those that ask simple questions, challenging the proclamations will be attacked.  It’s the same in the US.

No matter the provenance of the fake accusations, they have no intention of providing any evidence now or in the future, and the measures taken in revenge are put into effect.  The burden of proof is reversed.  It’s the same in Syria.  The parties can kill anyone they like and not be blamed, and the blame will be placed on Russia.

Cameron recalled Parliament in August 2013 to launch a preemptive stroke against Assad on the basis that he had used chemical weapons against his own people.  It turned out that the accusations were all untrue.  ISIS had been given the chemical weapons and one had accidentally gone off.  The British people saw the reports of the international experts saying that it wasn’t;t Assad, wrote to their MPs and the vote went against Cameron.

This time the same kind of lies and pressures are being exerted much harder.   Will the people be able to withstand the onslaught of media lies on the occasion?

At the UN British representative accused Russia of having Novichok in stock without any evidence or proof, despite having Russia having agreed to get rid of all its stocks.  A paid defector made the accusations, a single source who’s making good money.  His word would not stand in a court of law, yet the media runs with it.

Jonathan Miller – The accusation of Russia poisoning Livinenko, of invading Crimea, having MH17 shot down, protecting Assad’s alleged use of chemical weapons – are put out in the media with a totally straight face.  The UK and the US have the worst track record in interfering in other countries, carrying out assassinations, and state sponsored violet actions.  If it wasn’t so serious, it would almost be a comedy.  They claim thorough investigations being carried out which are not yet finished – double speak.

The US is running biological and chemical weapons programmes in many countries including Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Georgia. Using private contractors to cover up and provide deniability.  The US and the US still have chemical and biological weapons programmes.  It’s all innuendo and suggestion accompanied with pouring out of invective against Russia.  Due to this effort a lot of people in the US and Britain now believe that Russia is guilty of such things despite not evidence being provided.

Politicians and people of low intelligence seem to actually believe these accusations.

US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, tries to create a narrative to accuse Russia, North Korea, Syria – of increasing use of chemical weapons.  None of it is proven.  Russia is accused of shielding the Assad regime.  Syria just found a large lab producing chemical weapons inside recaptured terrorist areas near Damascus, the terrorists backed by the United States.  It’s lies upon lies upon lies.  They hope enough people will believe the lies.   She might not be very bright, and believes what she is saying, or she knows she’s lying.  The other type is those that know that there are lies but they are too cowardly to say what the media is saying is untrue.  Hypocrisy.

Russia has requested samples to check from Britain of the poisons alleged to have been used, but the British government has refused.

Zbigniew Brzinski discussed.  How will America continue to achieve One World Government?  He wrote, ‘The biggest challenge is the rapid political and spiritual awakening of the masses.’  The elites are desperate to push on with a war which will re-establish their power and the momentum towards one world government.  Is Skripal a first attempt for an Archduke Ferdinand?  How many more Sergei Skripals will they bring out?  Can they keep dragging Russia down in the public’s mind.

Putin has 85% approval rating.  Trump and May would be lucky to get 50%.   May is unelected yet is pushing the country towards war with Russia.  Lots more interesting facts and opinions.




One Response to “Is the next global conflict imminent?”

  1. CharlieChap says:

    A really superb analysis.
    This little clip is so relevant to Patrick and Ians conclusions at the end that I have to post it:-

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