America is a warrior nation, Hillary its most despicable exponent, her rage for war humanity’s greatest threat, WW III too serious a risk to allow her to succeed Obama.
She supported and encouraged all US premeditated belligerence since the 1990s Balkan wars and rape of Yugoslavia.
As secretary of state, she orchestrated war on Libya and Syria, naked aggression against both countries – devastated by mass slaughter, destruction and displacement, along with unspeakable chaos and human misery.
London’s Telegraph said her “first key task” as president, if elected, will be ordering a “full review” of America’s Syria policy to complete what she considers unfinished business, according to Jeremy Bash, her chief foreign policy advisor.
In Latest Scandal, Trump Retracts Statement He Saw Video Of "Iran Cash Exchange" Just As Clip Emerges
This graph by 720Global shows how spot on my pronouncement of a US 2016 recession is and how precarious the path ahead. In spite of the lack of any official declaration by the US government or its economic priesthood, I’ve stated more than once in 2016 that the US is already in recession. Several interesting observations can be made from this graph:
The red line marks current US GDP (1.2%) as estimated by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). At virtually every point in the last seventy years when US GDP hit 1.2%, the US has been solidly in recession (blue areas). In other words, the US was not ABOUT to go in recession at that level of growth, but was IN recession each time … with only three exceptions. Two of those are “exceptions that prove the rule” (i.e., the very reason these exceptions happened prove how significant the underlying rule or belief is):
The mother of a Pennsylvania teen charged with attempted homicide of a law enforcement officer blamed Black Lives Matter for the actions of her son, who she says was just following orders.
According to police, Marquell Rentas, 17, and Trenton Nace, 18, opened fire on police officers early Friday morning by a cemetery in central Pennsylvania. Marquell’s mother, Luz Rentas, pointed a finger at Black Lives Matter in a statement released to news organizations over the weekend.
Clint Eastwood blasted Millennials in an interview with Esquire, calling them the pussy generation, and denouncing their cry baby politically correct ways. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story.
In continued rejection of last month’s ruling by a Hague-based tribunal invalidating China’s territorial claims to a vast swath of the South China Sea, on Tuesday, the Chinese defense minister urged for “substantial preparation for a people’s war at sea.”
Chinese Defense Minister Chang Wanquan also warned of “offshore security threats” and the need to acknowledge the gravity of risk to China’s national security; and advised the military, police, and populace to ready for mobilization to defend national sovereignty and territorial integrity, according to state news agency, Xinhua.
None of this bellicose rhetoric and escalation is occurring in a vacuum, of course, and while Americans seem content to analyze whether Donald Trump has experienced a psychological break or bemoan the fact Hillary Clinton hasn’t landed in federal custody, the United States meanwhile barrels toward war with China and its ally, Russia.
“That morning, when Helen apprehensively opened the freezer, she found several hundred pounds of choice and carefully wrapped meat floating in a noxious sea…As any housewife would do under the circumstances, she wept. This disaster was perfectly predictable, Randy realized. He had been a fool. Instead of buying fresh meat he should have bought canned meats by the case. If there was one thing he certainly should have foreseen, it was the loss of electricity.” – “Alas, Babylon,” by Pat Frank, page 151
Readers, there’s your standard…what to read and what we may very well face. The cited work, if you’re into disaster fiction/apocalyptic reading is the end-all be-all of survival stories of how a community organizes and makes it through a nuclear war. It is not so much a how-to as a story with real-life situations that average people face.