Is The West Provoking War With Russia?

I have been suggesting for quite some time that the currency war between the east and the west would eventually escalate into a full-blown military war.  
All wars throughout history are seeded in root economic causes.  
The next one will be no different…

 

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Submitted by PM Fund Manager Dave Kranzler, Investment Research Dynamics

In war, truth is the first casualty – first credited to Aeschylus

I have been suggesting for quite some time that the currency war between the east and the west would eventually escalate into a full-blown military war.   This past week, rumors have spread throughout the internet like wildfire which suggest that Putin has mysteriously disappeared from public view.   The News Doctors has published an article article documenting the drama:  Has Putin Disappeared?

Given that Debka – the Israeli military’s global tool of disinformation proliferation – was the source of Putin’s “death” rumors, it would seem that the west’s military alliance (which includes Israel) is blowing more Orwellian smoke on this matter.  Of course, the deeper and more problematic question has to do with motives…

Now, in what could be nothing more than propaganda pieces, both Moscow and the west are accusing each side of deploying first-strike nuclear weapon capabilities.  The Daily Coin has presented the various news sources from which these reports have surfaced:  Russia Warns “State of War” Exists As UK Prepares First-Strike Nukes.

Just to be clear about one thing, there is no question in my mind that the U.S. is trying to provoke some kind of large-scale military conflict with Russia  and – given Russia’s alliance with China –  de facto with China.   If I am correct in this assumption, the underlying reason for this is because – as I’ve shown in previous articles – the U.S. economy is quickly beginning to collapse.

It is my view that all wars throughout history are seeded in root economic causes.  The next one will be no different…

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