Between the Crossroad of Total Extinction & Lasting Peace, Global Prosperity

There have been some multiple attempts at forcing Donald Trump to continue waging wars against non-conformists Syria, Yemen, Iran and China.

There has been a covert operation against Yemenis just after the inauguration of the new US president. In the aftermath of the operation, he was then fed with false information about its “success,” to make way for another much bigger war.

But there’s more to the story:

About That Intel ‘Treasure Trove’ From Trump’s Yemen Raid…

Daniel McAdams Posted on February 3, 2017

Shortly after the President Trump-authorized commando raid on Yemen, Fox News led the mainstream media in reporting on the great “treasure trove” of intelligence that was seized at the compound. With the claimed killing of a senior al-Qaeda official, the mission was proclaimed a success.

Soon the initial triumphalist reporting on the raid gave way to a much darker reality: an American was killed, millions of dollars in US military equipment destroyed, at least a dozen innocent women and children were killed, US military cover had been blown before the attack, the mission was poorly planned, the mission had been turned down twice by President Obama only to be dusted off by President Trump, and so on.

Worse, the raid was probably not on a hardened al-Qaeda compound, as Centcom claimed, but, as the Telegraph writes, on a ramshackle, impoverished village:

But information from US military officials speaking on condition of anonymity, human rights groups and sources on the ground build a different, contradictory, picture, in which massive fire power was brought to bear on a ramshackle village against targets of limited importance in the so called ‘war on terror.’

By this account, the reinforced al-Qaeda ‘headquarters’ was a two room residence crammed in among other houses in the village; the ‘determined enemies.’ which the Pentagon said included women in ‘prepared fighting positions’ were scared residents firing weapons into the night in panic; and the value of the intelligence gathered is still being assessed.

And what about that treasure trove of intelligence? Facing increasing pressure over the botched raid, the Pentagon earlier today released a videotitled “Courses for Destroying The Cross,” to prove just how important was the cache that had been seized.

But the botched part of the botched raid kept botching. It turns out that, as the Telegraph put it, the “video released by Pentagon to prove Donald Trump’s deadly Yemen raid was successful is a decade old and available online.”

So this valuable information could have been retrieved by a guy with a laptop on YouTube and tens of millions of dollars as well as scores of innocent lives spared. That is why US interventionism is a bad idea. It produces bad results.

We can only hope that the young Trump Administration will learn from this black eye and very quickly retreat from its increasingly aggressive positioning in the Middle East.

This is the reason why he decided to scrap another half-baked grand plan, i.e. a military operation to free Raqqa City from terrorists, that was hatched during Obama’s incumbency.

Trump Scraps Obama’s Plan for Liberating Raqqa: What Does It Mean for Russia?

A fighter from the Kurdish People Protection Unit (YPG) poses for a photo at sunset in the Syrian town of Ain Issi, some 50 kilometres north of Raqqa, the self-proclaimed capital of the Islamic State (IS) group during clashes between IS group jihadists and YPG fighters on July 10, 2015

To the new administration, the plan was full of huge gaps, including the following: “the Obama plan required US forces to train the Kurds in using the new equipment and fighting in a densely packed city, but it lacked details about how many US troops would be required and where the training would take place.”

Trump officials were dismayed that there was no provision for coordinating operations with Russia and no clear political strategy for “mollifying the Turks”, nor were there contingency plans if the Kurdish attack stalled.

“What bothered us most of all was that there was no Plan B,” the Trump officials said.

“To the Trump team, it seemed that Obama administration officials had delayed authorizing the plan because they knew it was inadequate and did not want to be held responsible,” the official added.

As always, all of the military industrial complex’s war plans do not include the full annihilation of the enemy. If it did, there won’t be any more war to fight for.

In fact, the longer the war path, the more arms will be used, more ammunitions will be expended, the better will be for the sustenance of the war enterprise. This is the reason why the Vietnam War dragged on for years, as the war planners were specifically disapproving operations and patrols which could decapitate the Vietcong advance permanently, too early in the game.

So, it should not surprise anyone when only a few hours ago in the South China Sea Theater, patrol planes from both China and the US almost collided in midair…

A Chinese military aircraft had an “unsafe” encounter with a US Navy surveillance aircraft near a contested reef in the South China Sea, the US Pacific Command said.

The two planes came within 1,000 feet (300 meters) of each other during Wednesday’s incident near the Scarborough Shoal, which is claimed by both the Philippines and China, according to Pentagon spokesman Jeff Davis.

… while the two leaders, Trump and Xi, were exchanging their first “hellos.”

Trump vows to honor ‘One China’ policy in first phone call as president with China’s Xi

Alex Lockie Business Insider February 10, 2017

phone call Donald Trump (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
Phone call by Donald Trump (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

US President Donald Trump looked to patch up relations with China by promising to honor the “One China” agreement between the world’s two biggest economies on his first phone call as president with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

A press release from the White House said that during an “extremely cordial” and “lengthy” conversation on Thursday evening, the “two leaders discussed numerous topics and that Trump agreed, at the request of President Xi, to honor our ‘one China’ policy.”

The release also said the two leaders extended invitations to meet in their respective countries and representatives of each country “will engage in discussions and negotiations on various issues of mutual interest.”

Prior to this gamechanger phone conversation, which the mainstream media predict will never happen,

… China unilaterally offered its financial and technological help to rebuild the civilian infrastructures of America,

… while simultaneously sending its highly advanced DF-41 ICBMs near Russia’s Far Eastern border, which the Trump strategist Bannon’s Breitbart site has acknowledged to be for…

China Places Missiles on Russia’s Border, to Gain Respect and Attack America

Battery of Chinese DF-41 missiles

China has deployed a brigade of Dongfeng-41 nuclear ICBM (Intercontinental Ballistic Missile) systems near the Amur River, which separates China from Russia’s Far East. China’s Global Times describes the deployment, and also gives some insight into what China’s leadership thinks:

“Before Trump took power, his team showed a tough stance toward China, and in turn, Beijing will ready itself for pressures imposed by the new US government. It is logical that Beijing attaches particular importance to the Dongfeng-41 as a strategic deterrence tool. With China’s rise, China’s strategic risks are growing. China bears the heavy task of safeguarding national security. Nuclear deterrence is the foundation of China’s national security, which must be consolidated with the rising strategic risks.

… The US has not paid enough respect to China’s military. Senior US officials of the Asia-Pacific command frequently show their intention to flex their muscles with arrogance. The Trump team also took a flippant attitude toward China’s core interests after Trump’s election win. Enhancing communication and mutual understanding is not enough. China must procure a level of strategic military strength that will force the US to respect it.”

Each DF-41 ICBM can carry ten independently targetable warheads, with a maximum speed close to 20,000 mph. By deploying an ICBM brigade on the Amur River, the missiles could attack the US by going over the North Pole, and could hit any target in the US, while remaining out of range of the defensive Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system that the US is deploying in South Korea. The nominal purpose of the THAAD system, according to the US, is to protect the US from a North Korean missile launch. However, everyone believes, undoubtedly correctly, that the bigger purpose of the THAAD system is as a first line of defense to a Chinese missile attack on the United States, but the THAAD system could not defend against China’s new missile deployment.

In short, while China is ready to talk peace with everybody, it is also willing to go the extra mile of exchanging the best tools of doom in its arsenal, should the other party prefers to.

This Oriental philosophy has always been at the core of the Chinese approach even during the height of the Cold War.

The above documentary film was released just a few days prior to the two leaders’ first conversation, and only proves that the Red Scare in the 50s and onwards, was just an overhyped propaganda to support the Cold War doctrine of the Neocons, to stimulate fear and hasten the control of an entire generation at home and abroad.

It also proves that there’s wisdom and value in sitting at the negotiating table until a “win-win” agreement is reached, for the benefit of all stakeholders.

Most importantly, the above documentary proves that when resources are spent for the benefit of the people, and the people cooperate with discipline and industry, a nation can become stronger more than any other.

Not only that China is trying to remind the new US leadership of this wiser option, Russia, for its part, republished Vladimir Putin’s speech a decade ago in Germany, stressing the need for dialogue, fairness, clarity of intention, all without falling short of reminding the  West that it, too, is ready to go to war when necessary, with a snap Air Force drill, a few days ago:

‘Wars not diminishing’: How Putin’s iconic 2007 Munich speech sounds today

On February 10, 2007, Vladimir Putin delivered his keynote speech at the Munich Security Conference, challenging the post-Cold War establishment. RT looks back a decade to see how accurate his ideas were.

The Munich speech presented criticism of a world in which the US gets to unilaterally take decisions on most important global issues with little regards to the interests of other nations, especially those not allied with Washington.

Putin called such a system inherently unfair and posing various risks to the world, compared to an alternative in which the US has to live by the same laws as the rest of the world and negotiate on conflict issues rather than use military force to resolve them.

“Just like any war, the Cold War left us with live ammunition, figuratively speaking. I mean ideological stereotypes, double standards and other typical aspects of Cold War bloc thinking.”

Over the past year, the US media has upped its rhetoric against Russia, going so far as to accuse it of war crimes and of putting its pawn in the Oval Office.

“Unilateral and frequently illegitimate actions have not resolved any problems. Moreover, they have caused new human tragedies and created new centers of tension. Judge for yourselves: wars as well as local and regional conflicts have not diminished… And no fewer people perish in these conflicts – even more are dying than before. Significantly more, significantly more!”

Since 2007, the US has continued its military action in Afghanistan and Iraq, played a key role in the devastation in Libya, is currently contributing to the Saudi Arabian intervention in Yemen and has attacked Syrian troops – presumably by mistake.

“In international relations, we increasingly see the desire to resolve a given question according to so-called issues of political expediency, based on the current political climate. And of course, this is extremely dangerous. It results in the fact that no one feels safe. I want to emphasize this – no one feels safe! Because no one can feel that international law is like a stone wall that will protect them. Of course, such a policy stimulates an arms race.”

Some leaders tried to play nice and hope for the better. Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi paid compensation and invested oil money in Western banks. This didn’t save him from being summarily executed by US-supported insurgents. Or Ukraine’s Viktor Yanukovich, who caved in to a US-backed armed coup and signed a EU-brokered power-sharing deal with his opponents. The deal was thrown away a day later, and the president reportedly barely dodged an assassination attempt while fleeing to Russia.

“The use of force can only be considered legitimate if the decision is sanctioned by the UN,” Putin said. “And we do not need to substitute NATO or the EU for the UN. When the UN truly unites the forces of the international community and can really react to events in various countries, when we leave behind this disdain for international law, then the situation will be able to change. Otherwise the situation will simply result in a dead end, and the number of serious mistakes will be multiplied.”

NATO’s mandate in Libya was to protect civilians from airstrikes. The alliance did this with a bombing campaign that targeted anything remotely resembling a military asset. Apparently that included Gaddafi’s youngest son and three grandchildren killed by a missile intended for the man himself. The UK and France played key roles in the campaign.

I think it is obvious that NATO expansion does not have anything to do with the modernization of the alliance itself or with ensuring security in Europe,” Putin said back in 2007. “On the contrary, it represents a serious provocation that reduces the level of mutual trust. And we have the right to ask: against whom is this expansion intended? And what happened to the assurances our western partners made after the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact? Where are those declarations today? No one even remembers them.

Over the past decade, NATO has absorbed two more nations, Albania and Croatia, and drawn closer with Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Georgia. The Ukrainian government has declared NATO membership a priority. NATO has deployed additional troops at Russia’s border and moved to build an anti-missile system, which Russia sees as a threat to its national security.

“Let’s say things as they are,” Putin said in his Munich speech. “One hand distributes charitable help and the other hand not only preserves economic backwardness but also reaps the profits from it. The increasing social tension in depressed regions inevitably results in the growth of radicalism and extremism, feeding terrorism and local conflicts. And if all this happens in, shall we say, a region such as the Middle East where there is increasingly the sense that the world at large is unfair, then there is the risk of global destabilization.“

In Iraq and Syria, the terrorist group Islamic State for a while managed to create a more or less functioning state. Their success was to a great degree fueled by propaganda that blamed alienation and disfranchisement of Muslims to the malice of the West. This message attracts not only desperate locals, but also Muslims in wealthy Western countries.


We can look back at the Trump presidential inauguration day as the turning point for mankind’s endless desire for peace and prosperity for all, or the Minions of Darkness will have their way and succeed in convincing the anomaly in the White House that he belongs to a superior race, the Chosen Few who have been tasked eons ago, to reclaim the entire world for his own glory, and that of his tribe.

Trump is obviously wiser than that, and so the world will be seeing the “cooperation between China, Russia and the United States is likely to be possible,” as it is already unfolding before our eyes.

Possible China-Russia-US Cooperation to Benefit Entire World


Cooperation between China, Russia and the United States is possible and likely to be beneficial for the world, the Russian Ambassador to China Andrey Denisov said.

“It is necessary to end this global uncertainty and, of course, if the possibility of interaction between China, Russia and the United States emerges, it will benefit the entire world,” Denisov told reporters ahead of Diplomats’ Day, adding that he considered this trilateral cooperation possible even if the differences among the states prevailed.

Denisov added that the three countries were “doomed” to undertake the collective leading role in the fight against terrorism as there was no other way to defeat the threat.

The ambassador also stressed that lately it was up to Russia and China to handle the task of improving the general international environment, and their bilateral relations became the major stabilizing factor in the international relations.

Now, that Trump is slowly inching his way towards the BRICS Alliance, we can rest assured that the “fight against terrorism” – a euphemism for the fight against the Khazarian criminal cabal, will commence in earnest. We can only imagine the level of desperation within the warmongering community, which could motivate them to push the red button, if they still have access to it.

The common enemies of humanity can always try to push for war behind Trump’s back, like they have successfully made during Obama’s 8-year in office, but Trump is obviously more independent minded than the latter, as already manifested by his two important calls to Putin and Xi.

Although, the Xi-Putin-Trump cooperation is not expected to provide the ultimate system that will make freedom of the individual an overnight reality, but the atmosphere would be more than enough to set oneself free, as the control mechanism imposed against those exotic technologies will move from suppression to regulation, as some of these knowledge are too dangerous to fall into the wrong cocky hands.

The multiple exploration about the possible consequences of their wrongful use, as exposed through a number of sci-fi movies produced and released immediately after the Disclosure Project press conference in 2001,

obviously one of the many reasons why the WTC 911 controlled demolition had to happen, should provide enough education for the interested population.

In support of this effort, the CIA has gradually opened up its vault about the UFO phenomenon, among other FOI declassified subjects.

We will have global peace, harmony and prosperity because we have chosen to focus on these virtues above anything else.

Welcome to the first sunrise in the Age of Aquarius.

4 thoughts on “Between the Crossroad of Total Extinction & Lasting Peace, Global Prosperity”

  1. Keep in mind the actual power elite don’t give a serious thought to the tragedies they create. It’s nothing to them. WWII could have ended in 1944, but too many contracts had been signed and too many banks were counting on more bombs destroying more cities.
    The old Life Magazine, however flawed, had photographers going into dangerous tragedies and taking photos that came into every American home….people saw things they didn’t want to see. They were forced to feel things, like it or not. Now people can chose to think transgender bathrooms are more important than that Yemeni village bombed out for no good reason….they avoid seeing it online and never see the faces of those children or what the loss of electricity means to a city.
    Eisenhower forced German citizens into the camps to see what their government had done in their name. If only Americans could be forced to see face to face what their government does in their name.

  2. [] Police ‘likely to recommend’ indictment of Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges


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