John Pilger: Hillary Clinton May Well Turn Out To Be One Of The More Dangerous Presidents

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TheRealNews on Nov 2, 2016

Journalist John Pilger tells Paul Jay that the very real prospect of another World War is not being taken seriously by the American media.


from the archives:

John Pilger and Julian Assange: Secret World of US Election

Michael Hudson: Hillary Clinton Will Be a Vindictive Dictator

Inside the Invisible Government: War, Propaganda, Clinton and Trump by John Pilger

Time to Boycott the Democrats by Mara Ahmed

Our International Relations Are Built Upon Lies by Dennis Kucinich

Provoking Nuclear War by Media by John Pilger

John Pilger: The Drum Beating For World War III Has Begun

Silencing the United States as It Prepares for War by John Pilger

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  14. Clinton’s obsequious pentagonal relationship with Israel…yes, John Pilger exquisitely understates it ~ exactly so. No mystery there, whichever zionist ‘wingnut’ is officially “orchestrating” the six-pointed blue (gas) agenda.

    I think we need to consider the two great (almost archetypal) theatres/ers of war that are symbiotically entangled in this emergent yin-yang scenario. As John makes pellucid, provocation is a lethally high-risk bluff, because despite the tactical restraint of those on the receiving end, it entails a far greater hazard, that of error, a terrible mistake or an out-of-control hardcore over reaction.

    In the first instance, let’s evaluate the Russian sphere. As even a rudimentary grasp of terrestrial geography makes obvious, the way to Russia lies through Canada; that is essentially part and parcel of the same Arctic regional ecosystem that reaches down into Europe (& the Middle-east) and to some degree into the Far-east. Hence the cold-war DEW Line.

    Strategically ~ ie in terms of localized surface geodesics ~ China translates as the entire Pacific area ~ all the way to the S. Pole & into the Indian Ocean & the Asian Subcontinent. What needs to be addressed here is the virtual irrelevance of China’s actual territorial boundaries.

    The Chinese ‘Peoples’ Republic,’ historically limited to their Middle-kingdom is a serious liability to any conquering force. Who in their right mind would want to inherit such a super-sized migraine, especially if severely irradiated?

    No; the real prize our beloved nuclear-hegemonic WA/Wall St “investor-clique” lusts after, is the wealth of Africa ~ and the Hispanic Americas (where China has made ‘inscrutable’ gains to undermine the Monroe doctrine…) extending its subtle financial influence to gain control of invaluable essential resources ~ “global” resources, especially Africa’s, that the entire Middle-east is desperately in need of.

    I suspect, were it not for China’s pragmatic need for US trade, they could & might swiftly compromise the entire economic order; so when we think of a Chinese ‘first strike’ we should bear in mind its multiple potential inferences and seismic implications for the dollar junkies.

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