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by Christophe » 26/09/14, 18:50

While the international coalition, of which France is a part, continues to carry out strikes in Iraq and Syria to fight against Daesh, and that the Ukrainian crisis does not seem to have subsided after ten months of confrontations, the international press s questions about the possibilities of a third world war. Some conflicts are over 60 years old, others take new forms. Discover our animated infographic to better understand in which areas international tensions are today, and what are their reasons.

http://www.courrierinternational.com/ar ... e-mondiale

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x26ogj ... diale_news
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by Ahmed » 26/09/14, 21:13

Is that so? Has it not been started for a long time?
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by Christophe » 26/09/14, 23:36

I expected this answer ... since I think the same ... let's say that the "battles" will intensify!
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by Obamot » 26/09/14, 23:38

What we are talking about: a "world war" which does not speak its name, we are there!

Very hypocritically we hardly talk about Ukraine anymore ... And yet

- there is the war from the Urals to the Golan Heights ... 1)
- not yet the 3rd if not economical ...
- the same cause and effect relationship, meticulously kept under wraps!

Is the borderline between latent conflict, civil war, or war of interference difficult to define?

Who is who, who does what, for what purpose and why, things should be clarified a little.

Even after having shot 2 or 3 civilian planes (?) Since the crash of the 1st Malaysian Airlines flight remains a mystery (could we have hidden the place where it crashed so as not to have to say that it had been shot down? ?), and regarding flight AH 5017 (crashed in Algeria) it was not excluded either that it could be a "criminal act". As for the 3rd, impossible to deny since it fell in "war zone" (well, so that it falls where it fell and that one can not deny it any more [?], Had to be damned well aiming , it is a region that fits in a pocket handkerchief, if we counted the speed of the plane, the time that a missile had to take to acquire the target the path to the jet to bring it down and the time what would the debris take to descend, taking into account the inertia and the wind speed ...
Too early it fell in an area controlled by the elected government, too late it fell in ... Russia!

We must not "see evil everywhere", but it is hard to believe that these would be only "unfortunate coincidences".

Can NATO shamelessly continue to go and "tickle" Putin? Honestly, this country has already been sufficiently fragmented like that, without anyone coming yet to walk on the beds of its "zone of influence" ... But the truth is undoubtedly elsewhere, in a blackmail of the The West (or shouldn't we rather speak of a Washington-Tel Aviv axis?) Which probably wishes to extend its hegemony by playing the saviors of democracy in the tribal regions, to mask the progress of "globalization". I mean the stock market plane game is bringing the business world to ever more fierce pressure which results in wars!

So 3rd World War to achieve a "World Government", by wetting the Western countries to make them enter the war according to the paradigm well known since the Bu $ ch-Obama era:
"You are with us, or you are against us!"

Or 3rd "Permanent World War" so that the destruction gives "a breath of fresh air" to the fratricidal economy of the financial vultures? Since then everything must be rebuilt and therefore business starts again on the blood of the vanquished?

Frankly, are we not witnessing a dangerous goatee game, with on the one hand those who support the countries with tribal powers and on the other the witch hunt of those who would support them !? Thus, neither China, nor Russia (nor yet others ...) can support NATO's action against the last anti-Western strongholds, under penalty that subsequently, when they will really be the last. , the West is trying with them what it has done with what it calls being "dictatorships" (although it is not said that it is not, but what is involved- And if there were not, but really tribal functioning, like precisely: Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya and some others ...)

After reading a report on the Arab Emirates in the region close to the current "field of operation", we understand better what is happening. And why the West penetrates these regions illegally and with total impunity: it is that between them, the Arab countries would be very divided, because Saudi Arabia (big friend of the Bush at the time) is ultra majority in influence and in territory, as much as in economic power ... And therefore the others do not trust him!

The problem for waging war is economic ... If we deviate from the adjustment variables by 5 or 6 points, it is that the whole world economy which is in danger of collapsing ... This is the explanation of these hidden conflicts, so as not to set the whole area on fire and blood at once.

In the meantime, we can be fully reassured: journalists and politicians do not have the internet or they have amnesia ... since for many of them:

- they "don't know" that the CIA funded the "Arab Spring" uprising 1)
http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/meast ... pposition/

- They "don't know" that members of the CIA were also involved in Maiden Square (Ukraine), when there were the barricades! They do not know either that at the same time, BHL harangued the crowd in the same place, even though there was not even a question of "civil war".
http://www.lepoint.fr/monde/ukraine-la- ... 233_24.php
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzevSdRglSo

They "do not know" either, that it is the same agency which caused trouble in Syria by funding the Al Quaeda group of the "terrorist zentils" (Jabhat Al-Nosra) clan, those to whom we can give weapons, while the "ultras" of Al Quaeda (the bad guys!) would not be frequent!
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Front_al-N ... 13-2014.29

At this stage, none of them knows who is zigzagging which journalist? To comment on the news, they make a point of doing it short-sighted, but when it comes to talking about the "causes" of the current tragedies, they suddenly lost their memory!

De Gaul and Mitterand must turn around in their respective graves, to see the last two French Presidents being aligned with Washington while being at attention of the financial Europe of Mario Draghi (and the other "old" ones of "Goldm @n S @ chs ") ...

Who said strongly the 3rd that they kill each other ...? : Cry:

1) If we take into account the unstable situation in Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Georgia ...

2)
fr.euronews.net/2011/04 wrote:Despite the repression, the challenge has not weakened in Syria. New testimony of this movement, a monster demonstration in the streets of Homs, in the center of the country. Thousands of protesters demand departure from Bashar al-Assad. They have started a sit-in which they say will last until the fall of the regime.

At the same time, Wikileaks claims that Washington has secretly funded Syrian opposition groups.

Reaction from US State Department spokesperson Mark Toner: «We are not trying to undermine this government. What we are doing in Syria, through the support of civil society [!!!] is to build democratic institutions. Frankly, that is what we are trying to do elsewhere in the world. ”

The United States has once again called on the Syrian President to respond to the aspirations of his people. Again on Sunday, at least 11 protesters were killed in the Homs region.

Original source "replaced" by Euronews:
http://fr.euronews.net/2011/04/19/la-sy ... ion-armee/

Source in English by CNN, still "active":

http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/meast ... pposition/


In English, CNN wrote:Abdeh denied the US government is providing such support and said the channel broadcasts on a commercial satellite.

Acting State Department spokesman Mark Toner declined to discuss specific activities Washington was undertaking with the Syrian opposition but said they were "no different" than similar democracy and governance programs the United States was undertaking in democratic countries around the world.

"We're not working to undermine that government," Toner said. "What we are trying to do in Syria, through our civil society support, is to build the kind of democratic institutions, frankly, that we're trying to do in countries around the globe. What's different, I think, in this situation is that the Syrian government perceives this kind of assistance as a threat to its control over the Syrian people. "
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Re: World War III ... coming soon?




by hic » 27/09/14, 02:46

Christophe wrote:While the international coalition, of which France is a part, continues to carry out strikes in Iraq and Syria to fight against Daesh, and that the Ukrainian crisis does not seem to have subsided after ten months of confrontations, the international press s questions about the possibilities of a third world war. Some conflicts are over 60 years old, others take new forms. Discover our animated infographic to better understand in which areas international tensions are today, and what are their reasons.

http://www.courrierinternational.com/ar ... e-mondiale

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x26ogj ... diale_news


A good little war will give a boost to the economy,
but for other good reasons, especially obvious ones,
for example democracy


It was missing that in the logic of the system! :P
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by Janic » 27/09/14, 07:30

proverb 58: " man is bad from his mother's womb"
wars, violence are only the outward expression of what is in the hearts of individuals.
watch all these warrior role-playing games on play station or others and the murderous pleasure expressed there. It is no longer a question of being a simple spectator, but a direct actor, (even if it is only virtual) and we are surprised that some want to move from theory to practice?
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by hic » 27/09/14, 08:34

Janic wrote:proverb 58: " man is bad from his mother's womb"
wars, violence are only the outward expression of what is in the hearts of individuals.
watch all these warrior role-playing games on play station or others and the murderous pleasure expressed there. It is no longer a question of being a simple spectator, but a direct actor, (even if it is only virtual) and we are surprised that some want to move from theory to practice?

would it be in the literature "The original sin"?

and what to do with education,
well-educated women make very good soldiers,
like these 3 Norwegian soldiers,
who ranked 5th in a military competition, ahead of the Sims
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by Obamot » 27/09/14, 10:40

Janic wrote:proverb 58: " man is bad from his mother's womb"
wars, violence are only the outward expression of what is in the hearts of individuals.
watch all these warrior role-playing games on play station or others and the murderous pleasure expressed there. It is no longer a question of being a simple spectator, but a direct actor, (even if it is only virtual) and we are surprised that some want to move from theory to practice?

There has been another thesis since:

"Man is born good, and it is through contact with society that he is corrupted"
(or not, it depends on him.)

So even if the first statement is to be considered (it was already a basis for reflection, but which dates back to old ...), the second as much as the first, amha ... It is enough to see the education of children in other civilizations to be convinced, as Hic suggests (in Asia, for example, the difference is obvious compared to here - people have a lot of respect for each other - but there are other cases And even over there black sheep.) Besides, it is a statement which leads to a sort of heavy guilt to bear for the child (and possibly heavy consequence for his mental construction, because they realize many things, even if they don't know much at the start), is this the best method?

It's like the notion of karma, today it is not uncommon for an individual "pay for his sins“in his own life, everything having“ accelerated. ”But that's just my humble opinion (and that of many of my friends who have watched it).

And besides, would taking the scriptures without interpreting them make much sense?
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by sen-no-sen » 27/09/14, 11:26

In his farewell speech in 1961 Dwight David Eisenhower, was already warning the American people to see the emergence of a new power from the military-industrial complex which would supplant "democratic" institutions.
In fact, he stated without naming it, the establishment of the "system" (super-organism anthropotechnique) who was born of the conflict phase of the Second World War and who fed on the war to progress.

Because the system has needs of conflictual phases to provide "moulting" ... and gradually establish its domination.
In this light the geopolitical analysis takes another turn:
Everyone will notice the antinomy (presented as such) of the policy of the BAO (Americano-Westernist bloc):
1) Set up fundamentalist "takfirist" to "dismantle" the old pool of resistance to globalism (Iraq, Libya, Syria) at first ...
2) ... to fight its same fundamentalists in a second time ... all this being presented on a very "human rights" level with all the good feelings in the world ...

If we take a closer look, we see that the conflicts are a consequence of extractivism - mainly petroleum - aimed at boosting the growth of BAO.
This extraction of value takes place through conflicts that allow the military industry to progress economically and technically.
The social collapse which results from its "interventions" creates a fertile ground for fundamentalism, this one being financed in hand by oil countries "friends" of the BAO.
In return for the risks linked to terrorism, the states set up liberticidal measures and the intelligence agencies financed with millions of dollars of planetary surveillance programs, always strengthening the foundations of the system ...
All that's missing now is a feedback between superpower (USA / Russia / China) to complete "the principle of Lucifer"(destruction / restructuring cycle initiating an evolutionary cycle), this could take the form of a third world war ...
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by Janic » 27/09/14, 15:06

it is very fair! All military-economic complexes need to test the progress of their technology in real life. The possibility of dropping nuclear bombs on HIROSHIMA and NAGASAKI was a dream opportunity, just like the current strikes. However, a war (in the usual sense of the term) is unlikely because no one would escape it (including those who believe they are protected). What is more likely and is taking shape little by little, it is more a "civil" war. as shown by each demonstration which overflows with looting.
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