A New Cold War?—No, But It Could be Worse than the Cold War

A New Cold War?—No, But It Could be Worse than the Cold War

From Russia, from China, and from NYU's Stephen F. Cohen in the United States, experts are speaking about the beginning of a new Cold War—and with it, the danger of hot war involving the superpowers, and even nuclear strikes. Now for many of us who lived through it, the phrase "Cold War" conjures up the image of an endless, one-dimensional nightmare with no escape. It kills the thinking process—which we can ill-afford right now.

In reality, the historical parallel is all wrong—BUT the results of the neocons' and neoliberals' wildly throwing the U.S. into confrontation with Russia and China today, may actually be much worse than the old Cold War of the last century.

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RUMINT: U.S. Nukes Are Being Evacuated from Turkey's Incirlik Air Base to Bulgaria

The Russia Analyst's Floridian White Russian friend The Saker, a former military analyst in Switzerland, has posted some interesting RUMINT regarding the status of Incirlik Air Force base's scores of nuclear gravity bombs. According to the Saker's source, the B61 'dial a yield' tactical nukes with yields up to 170 kilotons (more than ten times as powerful as the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan 71 years ago this month) were flown on U.S. transport planes to Bulgaria, with some of the weapons possibly being diverted to Kosovo, the Muslim majority NATO protectorate carved out of Serbia in 1999. 

 

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Russian Warnings: Putin, Alex Jones, Catherine Austin Fitts with The Saker and Others On WW3/WW4 Provocations

Speaking on the John B. Wells Caravan to Midnight program on June 20, 2016 (and in the terrestrially-broadcast CTM/Arc to Midnight recording published on YouTube June 26, 2016), Team Rogue Money's mentor W the Intelligence Insider referred to Putin's exasperated war warning to the (post)Western journalists present at last month's St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).

In his remarks, the Russian President pointed out that Washington lied about the threat of nuclear-tipped Iranian ballistic missiles and had used the non-existent threat from Iran as an excuse to build a missile defense shield in Europe that also had offensive applications. Naturally, the notion that the U.S. might strike first in a confrontation with Russia or risk a nuclear holocaust to prop up the dying fiat U.S. dollar system through war is not taken seriously by journalists who forgot NATO's aggression against two sovereign states, Serbia and Libya. But Putin was speaking directly to the American people and peoples of the world, not to presstitutes who either don't know or barely can fathom the global economic reset that's coming and what it will do to (post)Western institutions like the European Union and NATO.

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