US pushing for war with China


  1. #1 by Roger Buck on 02/10/2014 - 9:34

    You must be from a different planet; the United States never has or will ever have the desire to fight China. That’s exactly what we hope to avoid. In fact, the best thing President Obama could ever do is meet with both the Soviet Union and China, and agree not to interfere with anything that happens in the Middle East. If the Israelis attack Iran or Syria, and the Muslims unite, let them push the Israelis into the Mediterranean Sea. If none of the superpowers get involved, and we stand together as observers, it’s the best thing that could happen. The USA needs to assure both the Chinese and Russians, that the oil in the middle East can be shared among all of us. We can no longer predict what Israel might do; we are not their protectors.

  2. #2 by Todd Raine on 02/10/2014 - 9:34

    And this is a reason for the announcement of our “increased ties with South Korea”. The talking heads never mention China on the six o’clock. Setting up trouble in the North Pacific? Haven’t we seen this before? Do we really want to see it again? Another World War might make the last one look like a land-mine compared to the damage this one could bring.

  3. #3 by Egeria on 02/11/2014 - 9:34

    Thank you Mark for your very clear and honest analysis.
    And Todd Raine has it right as well.

    The US is escalating it’s ominous presence in the North-East Pacific, and it has no place to be there.
    And as always the United Nations is silent about the super-powers’ predatory interference in countries’ disputes.

  4. #4 by rmstock on 02/11/2014 - 9:34

    Someone wrote somewhere in the late 1990s : “RED FLAGS OF TREASON” and
    “It was planned that way.”, but was the following also planned ? :

    JPMorgan sells New York building to Chinese firm for $725 million
    By Charles Riley @CRrileyCNN October 18, 2013: 9:13 AM ET

    China’s Largest Conglomerate Buys Building Housing JPMorgan’s Gold Vault
    Tyler Durden’s picture
    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 10/18/2013 13:54 -0400

    “[ … ]
    None of this is particularly newsworthy What is, however, is what Zero
    Hedge exclusively reported back in March, namely that the very same
    former JPM HQ at 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza is also the building that
    houses the firm’s commercial gold vault: incidentally, the largest in
    the world.
    [ … ]”

    The background details are filled in by Jim Willie which did a interview with
    Paul Sandhu·on Feb 7, 2014, where the Gold Vault of J.P. Morgan is discussed.
    Chinese Security runs the J.P. Morgan commercial gold vault …

    Morgan Stanley shedding non-US oil assets in Rosneft sale
    New York (Platts)–20Dec2013/534 pm EST/2234 GMT

    “Morgan Stanley, once one of the leading Wall Street players in the
    global commodity market, agreed to sell the non-US operations of its
    Global Oil Merchanting Business to Russia’s Rosneft for an undisclosed
    sum, the company said Friday.

    About 100 front-office executives in trading hubs in the US, Singapore
    and the UK, “or one-third of Morgan Stanley’s total commodities
    front-office personnel,” will be moving to Rosneft, the statement said.

    Included in pending sale are sales agreements for international oil
    terminals storage as well as inventory; physical oil purchase, sale and
    supply agreements; equity investments; and freight shipping contracts,
    the company said in a statement.

    Morgan’s Stanley’s 49% stake in Heidmar Holdings is included. Heidmar
    manages pools comprising a fleet of approximately 100
    independently-owned commercial tankers.
    [ … ]
    The Morgan Stanley-Rosneft deal comes on the day that Vladimir Putin,
    Russia’s President, released from jail Kremlin critic and former Yukos
    oil head Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Khodorkovsky had been convicted of fraud
    in 2003. In 2011, Yukos, formerly Russia’s biggest oil producer, saw
    many of its oil fields taken over by Rosneft, fueling its growth.
    [ … ]”

    Energy Economist: The next plans for Russian oil giant Rosneft
    By Nadia Rodova | December 18, 2013 01:59 PM

    During a 1992 visit to Sandia, presidential
    candidate Bill Clinton listens to Laboratories
    Director Al Narath describe a glucose monitoring
    sensor. Left to right: Clinton, Los Alamos Director
    Sig Hecker, Narath, and Dave Haaland of materials
    reliability :
    Sandia National Laboratories: History:

    China spy scare: a new stage in the political warfare in Washington
    By Martin McLaughlin
    10 March 1999
    “Congressional Republicans have seized on reports of Chinese espionage
    against US nuclear weapons facilities to launch a new round of
    political attacks on the Clinton administration. Senate Majority Leader
    Trent Lott announced that the Senate Intelligence Committee would begin
    holding hearings next week on the charges, which surfaced in a March 6
    front-page report in the New York Times.

    Energy Secretary Bill Richardson declared that the information on
    miniaturization of atomic warheads, allegedly leaked from the Los
    Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico in 1985, represented a serious
    breach of national security. But he said the long-term implications of
    the espionage were still being studied, and he pointed out that the
    leak took place during the Reagan administration, although it was only
    discovered in 1995.

    The Times account was clearly aimed at providing the basis for a major
    spy scare and inflicting political damage on the White House. The Times
    accused the Clinton administration of impeding the investigation into
    suspected Chinese espionage at Los Alamos, suggesting it did so out of
    concern that the probe would cut across its China policy and fuel
    Republican allegations of illicit contributions from Chinese government
    sources to the 1996 Democratic election campaign.

    Particularly ominous was a passage in the Times article quoting a
    former CIA counterintelligence chief, who declared, “This is going to
    be just as bad as the Rosenbergs.”
    [ … ]”

    Revised 7/21/99
    “[… ]
    Date: 4/9/99 Author: Paul Sperry Investor’s Business Daily “…In the
    mid-1990s, scientists at the nation’s nuclear-weapons research labs
    openly shared data with Chinese visitors. Their guests felt comfortable
    enough to call Beijing from the labs – and no one stopped them….. How
    could this happen at such bastions of U.S. military secrets? It was
    planned that way .
    [ … ]”

  5. #5 by restinpieces on 02/11/2014 - 9:34

    The Ugly Truth.

    Most Americans live in cities.

    20 Chinese ICBM’s will take out more than 20 million Americans

    288 Chinese ICBM’s will wipe more than 98% of the American population

    How far can you get in 23 minutes?

    There is 4 of them for every one of you.

    Opinion: The survivors (if any) of a war between the U.S. and China WILL speak Chinese.

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