“So the neocons would like to weaken Russia and that’s what we see happening in Ukraine,” Morris told Press TV on Monday.
“It’s a very dangerous situation” because the crisis in Ukraine could cause another world war, he added. “The neocons…. have been encouraging what’s been happening in Ukraine.”
He also added that Moscow sees no acceptable partner for talks in Ukraine and it could not negotiate with the rebels. “If you consider Kalashnikov-toting people in black masks who are roaming Kiev to be the government, then it will be hard for us to work with that government,” he noted.
Israeli jets hit targets on Lebanon-Syrian border ~ link ~ Is Israel getting in some 'early punches' in what may well become a global World War III? Stirling
Russia: US and France planning a military intervention in Syria ~ link ~ A number of War Theaters around the world by the globalists/Zionists. When the 'first one pops' into full all-out warfare, the others are designed to fall domino fashion into a cascading global war...the Third World War...the Apocalypse...Armageddon!!! Stirling
China Corners the Gold Market - US Pokes the Bear ~ link ~ Let’s compare what China’s leadership has actually done to what America’s elite dreams it can get away with. Alasdair Macleod of Gold Money said China has cornered the gold market. Macleod said the total Money Supply of the 50 largest nations is $67 trillion. Outside the public banking system is the Shadow Banking System which academics recently estimated to be $100 trillion. The Shadow Banking System includes Hedge Funds, Special Investment Vehicles, Money Market funds and others. That is $167 trillion in paper promises used to construct a House of Cards.
Nations all over the world currently use the American dollar as their reserves to defend their national currency. If speculators pull money out of Brazil or Turkey or South Africa, these nations can only defend their people from currency devaluation and runaway inflation by either selling US dollars to buy their currency or by raising interest rates to attract bank deposits from overseas. In the first 2 months of 2014 emerging market stock exchanges lost $3 trillion dollars in value. Turkey and other countries have been forced to drastically raise interest rates to attract foreign capital. This sharp increase in interest rates has shut down economies in the past and will do so again.