The US comes right out and says it anticipates war with China and Russia. War is what the US government WANTS.
Yet where is this reported in the mainstream media? Why does no one talk about this?
Army document: US strategy to ‘dethrone’ Putin for oil pipelines might provoke WW3.
Senior DIA, Air Force and Army officials admit that NATO expansionism and US covert interference in Russian internal politics may trigger “next global conflict”
While the bulk of the Western pundit class are busy bravely obsessing over the innumerable evils of Putin, it turns out that the upper echelons of the US military are asking some uncomfortable questions about how we got to where we are.
A study by the US Army’s Command and General Staff College Press of the Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth reveals that US strategy toward Russia has been heavily motivated by the goal of dominating Central Asian oil and gas resources, and associated pipeline routes.
The remarkable document, prepared by the US Army’s Culture, Regional Expertise and Language Management Office (CRELMO), concedes that expansionist NATO policies played a key role in provoking Russian militarism. It also contemplates how current US and Russian antagonisms could spark a global nuclear conflict between the two superpowers.
Think of it as the most momentous military planning on Earth right now.
Who’s even paying attention, given the eternal changing of the guard at the White House, as well as the latest in tweets, sexual revelations, and investigations of every sort? And yet it increasingly looks as if, thanks to current Pentagon planning, a twenty-first-century version of the Cold War (with dangerous new twists) has begun and hardly anyone has even noticed.
In 2006, when the Department of Defense spelled out its future security role, it saw only one overriding mission: its “Long War” against international terrorism. “With its allies and partners, the United States must be prepared to wage this war in many locations simultaneously and for some years to come,” the Pentagon’s Quadrennial Defense Review explained that year.
Twelve years later, the Pentagon has officially announced that that long war is drawing to a close — even though at least seven counterinsurgency conflicts still rage across the Greater Middle East and Africa — and a new long war has begun, a permanent campaign to contain China and Russia in Eurasia.
“Great power competition, not terrorism, has emerged as the central challenge to U.S. security and prosperity,” claimed Pentagon Comptroller David Norquist while releasing the Pentagon’s $686 billion budget request in January. “It is increasingly apparent that China and Russia want to shape a world consistent with their authoritarian values and, in the process, replace the free and open order that has enabled global security and prosperity since World War II.”
The Pentagon comes right out and says we’re going to fight them to keep global hegemony:
Empire. It’s not a secret. So why do we not talk about this? Why do we pretend it’s”Russiagate” and “Chinese tariffs” and all this bullshit? That stuff is irrelevant compared to the schemes its hiding and the battles it is intended to provoke.
It’s just a matter of time before they find a way to start the next war.
Just as Bush and the PNAC did with Iraq.
They told us what they were going to do before they did it. They’re telling us again.
In the meantime, the goal of Russiagate continues to be manufacturing consent for these wars to come. That’s why the US government wants everyone screaming “Russia! Russia!! RUSSIA!!!”