Ex-FBI Special Agent: "The War on Russia to secure the Globalist Future has Backfired... the Economic Crisis... is bringing societal discontent to a boiling point in country after country"
Mark Wauck, a retired FBI special agent and RealClear Politics as well as American Thinker contributor, thinks the "war on Russia to secure the Globalist future has backfired and brought this crisis to the fore, because it has led to the economic crisis that is bringing societal discontent to a boiling point in country after country":
The crisis of France has deep implications for the Globalist Rules-Based Order because France has been a pillar of the EU and that would be hegemonic order. The war on Russia to secure the Globalist future has backfired and brought this crisis to the fore, because it has led to the economic crisis that is bringing societal discontent to a boiling point in country after country.
The elite is scrambling to find an exist strategy—they see the looming disaster. Even if Macron can still somehow eke out a victory he will be in a weakened position. But the strong likelihood is that it’s all too late. Fundamental changes in the world order are in the offing, and America—which largely instigated the crisis—will not be able to elude the consequences of failure.
The war--both military and economic--has backfired disastrously. Moon cites the position being staked out by the heretofore war mongering NATO leadership--hey, let's negotiate, let's do a deal!--as evidence that the Zhou regime has changed course, actually done an about face. With elections looming the US regime is scrambling to find an off ramp while concealing the fact that this could be another, but much bigger, Afghanistan.
What's in it for Putin? If Ukraine were the sum total of the game, perhaps Putin would be interested in quitting while he’s ahead. But for Putin, winning in Ukraine is just the start and he has no reason to be in a hurry. He has a very strong hand—if he doubted it at the start, he knows it for sure, now. Slow and stead will be his approach.
Note in Stoltenberg’s remarks that Ukraine is being told to sacrifice territory, independence—whatever. Anything it takes to let NATO off the hook it impaled itself upon. How pathetic is that? And somehow that will persuade Russia to stop winning?
It seems that someone has told Biden that there is zero chance for the Democrats to win in the midterm elections if gas prices stay beyond 5 dollar per gallon. Or maybe this Saturday NYT piece really got under his skin:
In interviews, dozens of frustrated Democratic officials, members of Congress and voters expressed doubts about the president’s ability to rescue his reeling party and take the fight to Republicans.
Russia is winning the war. The Ukraine has lost the war and will also lose a large chunk of its territory. Its western fueled 'resistance' against the inevitable has seen to that. The U.S. and NATO now acknowledge that much. [Mark Wauck from Meaning In History (email@example.com): If you liked this post from Meaning In History, why not share it?