Something just doesn’t feel right.
In previous articles we’ve reviewed the possibility that North Korea is a puppet state of the Anglo-American establishment. The convenience of saber rattling has always been strategically timed to correspond with increased objections to the American military presence in both South Korea and Japan. The justification for the movement of the THAAD anti-missile system into the region was also built upon the perceived threat from the North.
The random acts of Kim Jong Un just don’t strike me as being random and isolated. It fits within a broader script of surrounding and manipulated the Eurasian continent while moving incrementally closer to Russian borders with each passing year.
Timing of events can often provide us some obscure clues about what is transpiring behind the headlines. The increasing tension between America and North Korea is happening at the same time sanctions on Russia have been expanded. The same bill also includes increased sanctions on North Korea and Iran.
While this is taking place the NATO military buildup on Russia’s border is growing and developing infrastructure to support more meaningful military campaigns. Huge chess pieces are being moved and most are not even noticing, or putting each random move together to understand the overall strategy.
Based on the assumption that the North is being used as a chess piece, we can extrapolate some objectives. Why would the North be used? For what purpose? It shares a border with both China and Russia. It has been allowed to continue on its technological missile and nuclear programs with little effort made to slow or halt development. China has also supported it with trade and capital flows.
My position is at complete odds with most other analysis. It is my belief that China is in full alignment with the international banking interests, and will eventually be repositioned geopolitically to be used as an economic and trade weapon against Russia. It’s hard for many to see this right now, but in the coming years it will become more apparent that this is in fact the truth.
There is a double game being played between the Anglo-American establishment, the international banking interests, and the Russian Federation. It is confusing and convoluted to a point where the average person cannot understand or decipher the unfolding script.
Trump represents the international banking interests and has taken control of the internal American political, banking, education, and business establishment. This Anglo-American establishment is politically fighting Trump, and in turn the international banking interests, in order to retain its own objectives and achievements over the last hundred years. But it does understand that at some point it will have to negotiate and surrender certain aspects of its broader agenda. Trump’s purpose is to bring this alignment and ensure the international monetary and geopolitical transformation proceeds as necessary.
The international banking interests are beginning to fold assets belonging to the Anglo-American establishment, such as North Korea, into their own strategy and game plan. This always happens as power is transitioning from one empire to another.
China is the largest foreign holder of US Treasuries and has been in the pocket of the international banking interests for a long time. Their ability to go against those interests are held in check by the large amount of US debt they hold, along with the manipulation of capital flows, and the domestic credit expansion which has taken place. These markets are being slowly opened to international investors but at a pace, and under a strategy, which will prevent the Anglo-American establishment from gaining any leverage or control over the larger multilateral transition.
Russia is the odd man out in this dynamic. The large landmass of resource rich Russian territory is being strategically surrounded on all sides. Previous attempts to invade and conquer Russia have failed. Those lessons have been learned. A one-front war will not work. A two-front war will not work. Ideological revolutions do not work. The thousand year dream of claiming Russia can only be accomplished with a total and all-encompassing military campaign.
Breaking the ageless alliance between the Russian people and the Persian people is the one big chess move which is expected to put Russia in a weaker position. Iran is the entrance to Russia’s soft underbelly. Once Iran is under the control of the international banking interests the smaller nations of Georgia and Azerbaijan, among others, will be loaded with NATO and Western military forces in the same way that Eastern European nations are now.
But first Iran needs to be taken.
Trump has planted seeds over the last few months that Iran is the biggest supporter of international terrorism. We know for a fact this is false. The suggestion has also been made that Iran has been assisting North Korea in its missile and nuclear development. You can see where this script is leading us.
Imagine now a scenario where a horrifying war breaks out on the Korean peninsula. The projected death toll and destruction is unfathomable. Millions will perish and the world would be left in a state of shock.
The scripting about Iran developing missiles and nuclear weapons has been well established. The fabricated connections between North Korea and Iran, along with the narrative that we cannot allow another rogue regime to acquire such weapons, will build the momentum and consensus for international action against Iran.
This could very well have been the purpose of North Korea all along. Build competent missile defense systems around Russia, position closer to the Russian border, and script a pretext to fragment Russia’s longtime alliance with Iran and the Persian people.
Watch what is happening closely. The big chess pieces are now on the move. – JC
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