Top Financial Experts Say World War 3 Is Coming … Unless We Stop It

Nouriel Roubini, Kyle Bass, Hugo Salinas Price, Charles Nenner, James Dines, Jim Rogers, David Stockman, Marc Faber, Jim Rickards, Paul Craig Roberts, Martin Armstrong, Larry Edelson, Gerald Celente and Others Warn of Wider War

Paul Craig Roberts – former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Reagan, former editor of the Wall Street Journal, listed by Who’s Who in America as one of the 1,000 most influential political thinkers in the world, PhD economist – wrote an article yesterday about the build up of hostilities between the U.S. and Russia titled, simply: “War Is Coming”.  In the article, Roberts notes:

As reported by Tyler Durden of Zero Hedge, the Russian response to the extra-legal ruling of a corrupt court in the Netherlands, which had no jurisdiction over the case on which it ruled, awarding $50 billion dollars from the Russian government to shareholders of Yukos, a corrupt entity that was looting Russia and evading taxes, is telling. Asked what Russia would do about the ruling, an advisor to President Putin replied, “There is a war coming in Europe.” Do you really think this ruling matters?”

In January, well-known economist Nouriel Roubini tweeted from the gathering of the rich and powerful at the World Economic Forum in Davos:

Many speakers compare 2014 to 1914 when WWI broke out & no one expected it. A black swan in the form of a war between China & Japan?

And:

Both Abe and an influential Chinese analyst don’t rule out a military confrontation between China and Japan. Memories of 1914?

Billionaire hedge fund manager Kyle Bass writes:

Trillions of dollars of debts will be restructured and millions of financially prudent savers will lose large percentages of their real purchasing power at exactly the wrong time in their lives. Again, the world will not end, but the social fabric of the profligate nations will be stretched and in some cases torn. Sadly, looking back through economic history, all too often war is the manifestation of simple economic entropy played to its logical conclusion. We believe that war is an inevitable consequence of the current global economic situation.

Reagan’s head of the Office of Management and Budget – David Stockman – is posting pieces warning of the dispute between the U.S. and Russia leading to World War 3.

Investment adviser Larry Edelson wrote an email to subscribers entitled “What the “Cycles of War” are saying for 2013″, which states:

Since the 1980s, I’ve been studying the so-called “cycles of war” — the natural rhythms that predispose societies to descend into chaos, into hatred, into civil and even international war.

I’m certainly not the first person to examine these very distinctive patterns in history. There have been many before me, notably, Raymond Wheeler, who published the most authoritative chronicle of war ever, covering a period of 2,600 years of data.

However, there are very few people who are willing to even discuss the issue right now. And based on what I’m seeing, the implications could be absolutely huge ….

Former Goldman Sachs technical analyst Charles Nenner – who has made some big accurate calls, and counts major hedge funds, banks, brokerage houses, and high net worth individuals as clients – says there will be “a major war”, which will drive the Dow to 5,000.

Veteran investor adviser James Dines forecast a war is epochal as World Wars I and II, starting in the Middle East.

Economist and investment manager Marc Faber says that the American government will start new wars in response to the economic crisis:

Martin Armstrong – who has managed multi-billion dollar sovereign investment funds – wrote in August:

Our greatest problem is the bureaucracy wants a war. This will distract everyone from the NSA and justify what they have been doing. They need a distraction for the economic decline that is coming.

Armstrong wrote a piece this month entitled, “Why We will Go to War with Russia“, and another one saying, “Prepare for World War III“.

Bad Economic Theories

What’s causing the slide towards war? We discuss several causes below.

Initially, believe it or not, one cause is that many influential economists and  talking heads hold the discredited belief that war is good for the economy.

Therefore, many are overtly or more subtly pushing for war.

Challengers Give Declining Empires “Itchy Fingers”

Moreover, historians say that declining empires tend to attack their rising rivals … so the risk of world war is rising because the U.S. feels threatened by the rising empire of China.

The U.S. government considers economic rivalry to be a basis for war. Therefore, the U.S. is systematically using the military to contain China’s growing economic influence.

Competition for Resources Is Heating Up

In addition, it is well-established that competition for scarce resources often leads to war.  For example, Oxford University’s Quarterly Journal of Economics notes:

In his classic, A Study of War, Wright (1942) devotes a chapter to the relationship between war and resources. Another classic reference, Statistics of Deadly Quarrels by Richardson (1960),extensively discusses economic causes of war, including the control of “sources of essential commodities.”A large literature pioneered by Homer-Dixon (1991, 1999) argues that scarcity of various environmental resources is a major cause of conflict and resource wars (see Toset, Gleditsch, and Hegre 2000, for empirical evidence).

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In the War of the Pacific (1879–1884), Chile fought against a defensive alliance of Bolivia and Peru for the control of guano [i.e. bird poop] mineral deposits. The war was precipitated by the rise in the value of the deposits due to their extensive use in agriculture.

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Westing (1986) argues that many of the wars in the twentieth century had an important resource dimension.  As examples he cites the Algerian War of Independence (1954–1962), the Six Day War (1967), and the Chaco War (1932–1935). More recently, Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990 was a result of the dispute over the Rumaila oil field.  In Resource Wars (2001), Klare argues that following the end of the Cold War, control of valuable natural resources has become increasingly important, and these resources will become a primary motivation for wars in the future.

Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan (and many world leaders) admitted that the Iraq war was really about oil, and former Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill says that Bush planned the Iraq war before 9/11. And see this and this. Libya, Syria, Iran and Russia are all oil-producing countries as well …

Indeed, we’ve extensively documented that the wars in the Middle East and North Africa are largely about oil and gas. The war in Gaza may be no exception. And see this. And Ukraine may largely be about gas as well.

And James Quinn and Charles Hugh Smith say we’re running out of all sorts of resources  … which will lead to war.

Central Banking and Currency Wars

We’re in the middle of a global currency war – i.e. a situation where nations all compete to devalue their currencies the most in order to boost exports. Brazilian president Rousseff said in 2010:

The last time there was a series of competitive devaluations … it ended in world war two.

Jim Rickards agrees:

Currency wars lead to trade wars, which often lead to hot wars. In 2009, Rickards participated in the Pentagon’s first-ever “financial” war games. While expressing confidence in America’s ability to defeat any other nation-state in battle, Rickards says the U.S. could get dragged into “asymmetric warfare,” if currency wars lead to rising inflation and global economic uncertainty.

As does billionaire investor Jim Rogers:

Trade wars always lead to wars.

Given that China, Russia, India, Brazil and South Africa have just joined together to create a $100 billion bank based in China, and that more and more trades are being settled in Yuan or Rubles – instead of dollars – the currency war is hotting up.

Multi-billionaire investor Hugo Salinas Price says:

What happened to [Libya’s] Mr. Gaddafi, many speculate the real reason he was ousted was that he was planning an all-African currency for conducting trade. The same thing happened to him that happened to Saddam because the US doesn’t want any solid competing currency out there vs the dollar. You know Gaddafi was talking about a gold dinar.

Indeed, senior CNBC editor John Carney noted:

Is this the first time a revolutionary group has created a central bank while it is still in the midst of fighting the entrenched political power? It certainly seems to indicate how extraordinarily powerful central bankers have become in our era.

Robert Wenzel of Economic Policy Journal thinks the central banking initiative reveals that foreign powers may have a strong influence over the rebels.

This suggests we have a bit more than a ragtag bunch of rebels running around and that there are some pretty sophisticated influences. “I have never before heard of a central bank being created in just a matter of weeks out of a popular uprising,” Wenzel writes.

Indeed, some say that recent wars have really been about bringing all countries into the fold of Western central banking.

Finally, trend forecaster Gerald Celente – who has been making some accurate financial and geopolitical predictions for decades – says WW3 will start soon.

Debt

Martin Armstrong argued that war plans against Syria are really about debt and spending:

The Syrian mess seems to have people lining up on Capital Hill when sources there say the phone calls coming in are overwhelmingly against any action. The politicians are ignoring the people entirely. This suggests there is indeed a secret agenda to achieve a goal outside the discussion box. That is most like the debt problem and a war is necessary to relief the pressure to curtail spending.

The same logic applies to Ukraine and other countries.

Billionaire investor Jim Rogers notes:

A continuation of bailouts in Europe could ultimately spark another world war, says international investor Jim Rogers.

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“Add debt, the situation gets worse, and eventually it just collapses. Then everybody is looking for scapegoats. Politicians blame foreigners, and we’re in World War II or World War whatever.”

Americans Don’t Want War

Poll after poll shows that the American people don’t want to get involved in any more wars.

After all, we spent trillions in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Americans are exhausted.  Not only does a top Pentagon official say we’re no safer – and perhaps less safe – after 13 years of war, but it has now been shown that war  hurts our economy.

Never-ending wars are also destroying our democratic republic.   The Founding Fathers warned against standing armies, saying that they destroy freedom.   They were right …

And they warned against financing wars with debt.    But according to Nobel prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, the U.S. debt for the Iraq war could be as high as $5 trillion dollars (or $6 trillion dollars according to a study by Brown University.)  The U.S. has the largest standing army in history, and treats anti-war sentiment as terrorism.

But war is great for the bankers  and the defense contractors.  And – as discussed above – governments are desperate for war.

So it’s up to us – the people – to stop wider war.

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  • Wasignton 11

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  • Dee

    This article needs a little perspective, the Russia of today is not the Russia of the Cold War. Russia’s GDP is smaller than Brazil, on par with France, about 2 trillion dollars, smaller that the US’s government budget. It’s defense budget is about 80 Billion , it’s military is smaller than Nato’s without counting the US’s military. Russia is still a world class nuclear power, but I don’t see than being much help in a European war .. Britain and France are also independent nuclear powers. Russia has been importing high-tech avionics from France for sometime, they can’t make their own, at least not for first rank combat aircraft ( and I would point out that in the recent Libyan dust up , Euro NATO, including France, had to call in US airpower to boost it’s all weather, day night, and precision attack/smart weapons capability) . just pointing out Russia is having to buy advanced avionics from nations that lack ( or can’t afford) the key technologies and capabilities of modern warfare in sufficient quantities to deal with a civil war in Libya.

    On top of that , the Russian army has been going thru a reduction in the number of officers and leadership second only to Stalin’s purge of the 1930’s . Russia’s high tech frontline world class weapons are only actually available in token quantities in most cases. Russia’s actual boots on the ground military success and fighting ability is reflected in the lack of success or excessive losses displayed in a couple wars against the Chechnya’s , Georgians, and Afghanistan.. They lost so many T-80 main battle tanks against the Chechnyan’s they had to pull them out of the battle. The newest tank, and by all accounts a good one , the T90 is in short supply , Russia operating only about 550 total .. ( the US has about 11,000 M1 Abrams, which has an exception success record against Russian Armor .. so much so that we didn’t lose any in Kuwait and so far , depending on who is counting from all combat causes we have had only 21 or maybe 23 combat damaged to the point they needed depot level repair or destrpyed, and very few of those involved deaths to the crew http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_M1_Abrams

    The days of quantity having it’s own virtues are gone.. in terms of superior conventional weapons , Russia can make them , they just can’t afford them … I wouldn’t want to attack them.. Russia is more than capable of defending it’s self .. But to take on Europe , they just don’t have the numbers or quality or logistics and they know it.

    • faithwalk

      and yet they are taking over the Ukraine.

      • Cantilever

        This is the equivalent of the US taking Baja California from Mexico.

        • Peter Brydon

          Because Baja California is remotely similar in any way.
          ((603,550 square miles – Ukraine. Pop 45.49 million.))
          27,587 square miles – Baja California. Pop 3.155 million

          Is Baja California only worth $50B? I think the over three million people living there would disagree that they’re each only worth around $16-17,000 apiece.

          • Cantilever

            My comment was offered for a proximity comparison, not a monetary valuation of the population.

      • piltdownman

        Ukraine has been under the Russian sphere of influence FOREVER. To act like the Ukraine is “European” is ridiculous, no matter how much the U. S. may want it to be. Let it go, for god’s sake!

    • Bryan Longnecker

      Russia simply lost a lot of battles because they were fighting people on their own land and that’s why America can’t really predict the future outcome of this conflict(vietnam is a good example).

    • not authorized

      Why would they want to do this? Isn’t that the more important question? Have you not been keeping up with the BRIC’s banks news? The Federal Reserve is bankrupt. Hence the major push for any war, at all, to keep the facade going one more trip. Syria, ISIS, Israel, Ukraine, etc, etc etc.

      Keeping a wartime economy going, will ultimately destroy us all. We need to discuss peacetime alternatives. IT IS THE ONLY WAY WE WILL SURVIVE.

      You feel that the worlds leadership on both sides, need to nuke us all into nothing? Are you sure about that Dee? Is war and destruction the only thing you and others who are like minded, capable of thinking and conceptualizing about? Have you never put any thought into making the worlds weapons into items beneficial for humanity as a whole?

      Lets take pause, and stop this silly bullshit, and GO: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titan_%28moon%29

      • Dee

        Not, I think you need to work on your reading comprehension .. it is not my position that there is going to be a third world war.. that is the position of the article. So you would have to ask the editors why anybody would want to do this.
        I am against war.. but I do know that in order to have a war you first must have an enemy .. and evil , unjust, scary enemy. Not ask yourself who is vilifying obne side over the other? who is listing or accusing people of war crimes? Who is yelling that the evil people must be stopped and calling for arrests in the name of peace… peace is a real big reason nations go to war.
        I am saying the hyper paranoid rhetoric should be toned down.. the twisting of everything into an evil world conspiracy where once side is perfect evil and the other side are helpless angels is classically the way you build public sentiment for war.
        Both sides have valid concerns in any conflict, both sides need to be listened to. Both sides sovereignty needs to be respected. And both sides concerns need to be addressed .. that is how you get people to a negotiating table and devlope mutual respect that makes peace possible.
        This one side evil mongering is the same kind of classic jingoism that has fueled wars since day one and was brought to perfection by the Hearst newspapers during the Spanish American war .. one sided reporting, one sided justification, and painting the other side with no redeeming qualities and somewhat less than human is the whole tail wagging the dog game.
        Russia isn’t the existential threat the article portrays , it also has not been playing well with others lately and is getting it’s hand wacked for stinking it out to far.. the Ukrainians are also good people who just want to be free and independent from Russia and the world and just be the Ukraine. They also have legitimate goals and aspirations.
        Have you ever noticed tat carl and his friends never ever mention individual peace treaties between nations .. like the one between Russia and the Ukraine that is the Ukraine gave up all the nukes on their soil and gave them to Russia , Russia would never violated their borders .. There are peace treaties after almost every war and often just between the former belligerents .. They are just as binding as the “Everybody Treaties” like the UN .. and just as enforceable.
        but at any rate.. read things a little more critically.. think about what it takes to turn somebody into an enemy in the public mind so you can even have a war. And notice who is taking that approach to all the world’s problems.

        • not authorized

          Dee. Research observer effect. Please.

          • Dee

            Why? Please. personally I think I ought to wait to research anything until you have the courtesy to reply or comment on my reply to you.. I put some thinking and effort into that.. and If you want to explain some concept to me.. then explain it .. don’t suggest I google it .. if it is worth me reading and considering , it is worth you explaining. Either bring it, or don’t expect it to be part of the argument.

          • not authorized
          • not authorized

            Dear Dee,

            Because you spent the time to write this.. here are my opinions:

            “Not, I think you need to work on your reading comprehension .. it is not my position that there is going to be a third world war.. that is the position of the article.”

            I disagree. These people are trying to warn you that something is wrong. In many ways, the wests social fabric and systems ARE collapsing. Nor will denying the fact the Western World is literally bankrupt make it go away. We have BIG resource problems. Energy, Food, Water, etc. We also have multiple ongoing nuclear catastrophes, and again, absolutely no “money” to clean them up. One of them has the potential to become an extinction level event.

            I do not think you will debate my profound wisdom by stating if the Pacific dies, we die.

            Recognize. World War 3 is a scripted event to repeat the war cycle yet again. War makes a certain group of people lotsa moolah. Our methodology and institutions for taking care of each other have failed. How we take care of each other, and the place we live, needs serious evaluation and re-consideration. But this reconsideration cannot take place until the problem is pinpointed and recognized accurately.

            “So you would have to ask the editors why anybody would want to do this.”

            I don’t think these people want it anymore than you, or I do. Hence, the “Unless we stop it” part.

            “I am against war..”

            Good. Then pay attention to the war law being given and taught to you. Then, raise it up in your mind just as strongly as you would when quoted something from the Bill of Rights. Education promotes freedom. Freedom is maximizing not only your liberty, but others freedoms as well. Stand with it, not against it. It’s a gift, not a curse.

            “but I do know that in order to have a war you first must have an enemy .. an evil , unjust, scary enemy.”

            The enemy is you. One example: Trading with the Enemy Act. How was it used?
            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trading_with_the_Enemy_Act

            Ask questions.

            “Not, ask yourself who is vilifying one side over the other?”

            Those that want peace are simply letting the law speak for itself. Letting it be just as equal as a parking ticket. The law itself is vilifying the offenders, not vice versa. You are participating in shooting the messenger, yet the messenger has been on your side all along.

            “who is listing or accusing people of war crimes?”

            Again, the law itself accuses people of war crimes just by existing and drawing simple comparisons. But those laws mean nothing unless they are known. And once they are known, they can be followed.

            “Who is yelling that the evil people must be stopped and calling for arrests in the name of peace… peace is a real big reason nations go to war.”

            Peace? Eventually. Arrests must come first, and then sweet sweet Justice will come. War is not needed.

            I think this judge is on the right track:
            http://politics.suntimes.com/article/washington/federal-judge-pushes-firing-squad-guillotine-executions/fri-07252014-923am

            I lean towards the guillotine for war crimes, personally.

            “I am saying the hyper paranoid rhetoric should be toned down..”

            ‘Paranoia is just having the right information.’ ― William S. Burroughs

            “the twisting of everything into an evil world conspiracy where once side is perfect evil, and the other side are helpless angels, is classically the way you build public sentiment for war.”

            Huh? I do not think everyone is evil. Nor, do I think the writers of this blog feel this way. I am a firm believer that just because there are a few bad apples, does not mean the whole orchard is soured. Most are misguided or uninformed, and the real angels, are few. Accepting this view would be throwing out the baby with the bathwater. Those techniques are simply the same old propaganda, again, to make money for a select group of people at your expense.

            “Both sides have valid concerns in any conflict, both sides need to be listened to. Both sides sovereignty needs to be respected. And both sides concerns need to be addressed .. that is how you get people to a negotiating table and devlope mutual respect that makes peace possible.”

            And I agree with this. I have offered two different solutions in other forums. One, a Constitution for Israel with Equal Protection for Palestinian and Israeli rights. Or, a loose federation in which two states are formed, again, both with Constitutions, but overseen by a primary federalized one that demands Equal Protection. “Together is better”

            “This one side evil mongering is the same kind of classic jingoism that has fueled wars since day one and was brought to perfection by the Hearst newspapers during the Spanish American war .. one sided reporting, one sided justification, and painting the other side with no redeeming qualities and somewhat less than human is the whole tail wagging the dog game.”

            But you ignore the one sided reporting that going on in our very own MSM. I am sorry if you cannot see it yet, but you will. Remember MH17? I saw reports of 20 some odd American’s on board via almost all internet news outlets. ABC nightly news? Correspondents repeatedly came on and said “no Americans on board”. Say that again? I double taked, and I’ve known about that for quite some time. It was that obvious.

            “Russia isn’t the existential threat the article portrays ( hence my post giving a realistic assessment of their armed forces and ability to conduct a war against Europe) ,But Russia has not been playing well with others lately, and is getting it’s hand wacked for sticking it out to far.. the Ukrainians are also good people who just want to be free and independent from Russia and the world and just be the Ukraine. They also have legitimate goals and aspirations.”

            I think true history is determined by banking, and not all currencies function the same as ours. Look at it objectively. The Federal Reserve feeds the war machine, and, now we’re bankrupt again because of it. Did you not recognize that Saudi Arabia offered cash money to turn our Military into paid Mercs to go invade Syria for them? And, all the while Russia was forming the BRIC’s in plain view, “our side” was peddling SDR’s, almost in shame.

            “Have you ever noticed that Carl and his friends never ever mention individual peace treaties between nations .. like the one between Russia and the Ukraine that is the Ukraine gave up all the nukes on their soil and gave them to Russia , Russia would never violated their borders .. There are peace treaties after almost every war and often just between the former belligerents”

            I can’t comment on those treaties Dee. I haven’t “observed” them yet. 😉

            ” .. They are just as binding as the “Everybody Treaties” like the UN .. and just as enforceable.”

            Corruption is also within the UN. Again, does that mean the whole organization is soured? No. But it certainly needs some attention as well. We need to support a way to get ICJ working the way it was intended.

            “but at any rate.. read things a little more critically.. think about what it takes to turn somebody into an enemy in the public mind so you can even have a war. And notice who is taking that approach to all the world’s problems, while claiming to be for peace.”

            How I replied to you here, is actually a good example how I read and reply to everything in my mind, even if I do not post it directly. I can assure you, after being bamboozled for 30 some odd years, I’ve learned to take critically to a whole new level. I will tear apart the sentence structure if I have to. I look for truth, and discard the rest.

    • Stephen Wills

      Maybe do your research and you will find out Russia has a huge army and there armored corps are as lasrge as most countries armys combined…

    • Hoss Delgatto

      They have a lot of tactical nukes and thier delivery systems……. already made and paid for.

  • Casper

    Satan’s well paid little helpers in the Security Industrial Complex (SIC) are always busy.

  • Occams

    So how do we remove the Amerikan and Israeli governments – which are basically engineering and egging this whole mess on?

  • Red Pill

    “Top Financial Experts Say World War 3 Is Coming … Unless We Stop It”
    whats this we shit ? Financial Experts & Bankers cause all wars

  • ClubToTheHead

    America’s surrogates, such as the Kiev Nazis and the NaZionists, will continue to terrorize civilian populations as Obama continues to operate under the Bush doctrine of Preemptive War.

    America is the world’s suicide bomber, preferring that all die in a nuclear conflagration rather than suffer the dribbling away of their empire’s dominance.

    America has a nuclear first strike policy, and Obama is no John Kennedy, who was willing and able to resist the 1960’s Pentagon War Hawks pressure for Apocalypse Now.

    • Mike Callahan

      Right on on all points

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  • Lex Loathar

    America is a REPUBLIC (or used to be) not a “Democratic Republic”. Bath House Barry Ovomit has turned out to be Chimpie Bush (the second) third and fourth terms.

  • Arizona

    HERES a message to you bastards who created the Aw,snap VIRUS,YOU BETTER PRAY,we never find out who you are ,and it looks like we might,ITS amazing how talkative people get when their skin is being removed,we will find out who you are, so PRAY the russians and chinese get you first…………..

  • cpass

    Who is this “WE,” Kemosabe? I feel the American public has little to say in this any longer. Plus, now that the mystical O and Iraq / Afghanistan have weakened our military severely, we are in bad shape to engage in another fight….though what would be the choice? Fight or die? Fight or become lesser to China and Russia? No good choices.

  • Alleged Comment

    We never know who is telling the truth and who is lying? I would take everything they say with a grain of salt.

    Remember when they said the negro sodomite would be the next best thing for America since sliced bread?

    Now they tell us WW3 is coming because of ……

  • Bruce Wayne

    so just how much change are we gonna get from the obummer?
    He just keeps adding ssanctions, like begging for a war while he simultaneously arms islamic terrorist groups around the world. Then he claims that former administrations were arrogant????

  • iwantamericabacknow

    I do not know exactly what is going to happen, who can you believe, they all lie so much, how could you even believe them if they were telling the truth. I do know for sure what the Bible says in the end times and the last day before the return of Jesus, everything that he said would happen at these times is happening very fast. I know that these things has always been happening, but they are happening more often and intensifying. I pray Dear Lord that people will open their hearts and minds up to you and receive you as their savior.

  • rw

    There are a couple or more comprehensive scientific studies outlining the effects of nuclear war with Russia. If you haven’t read any of them, I strongly suggest you do before getting into discussions about conventional military might. The conclusion to all of the reports is grim. Global temperature drops, reduced growing, collapse of transportation, destruction of electrical grid, etc, etc. The list is extensive.
    Conventional war must be avoided. There’s is no need interms of an external enemy threat. There is no real enemy.

  • Markus Aurelius

    1. Media can distort any information as it wishes and hence fool its targeted victims
    2. USA = Capitalism. Interests in the natural resources in Middle east or elsewhere in world
    3. Fed Reserves seek long-term source of income hence interest in diplomatic presence in middle east
    4. USA war industries depend upon sales of weapons
    5. Rich war industries = Rich Fed Reserve
    6. Some industries support Zionism – Own idea of Jude state and world domination
    7. Islam too seek world domination, some are extremist
    8. USA also anti-soviet and hence anti-russian
    9. Sunnis rejected Shias, Shias killing sunnis and sunnis killing shias – The Islamic civil war drama
    10. USA used this shield to break down soviet. (Supplied weaponry and founded terrorist organizations)
    11. USA citizens = Some Mislead, Some wise, Some support some condemn
    12. Israel, Saudi Arabia, UK, Syria, Al-Assad, Rebels, Shia-Sunni civial war, ISIL etc. all are pawns of USA.
    Some out of hand.
    13. UN a puppet of powerful parties, i.e. USA/UK
    14. Russia doing the same for their own interests again = Race with USA
    Summary: Capitalism, Socialism, Zionism, Islam everyone wish to dominate the world. They seek power, nothing else.

  • Joe Molinaro

    Listen guys….Russia will not want to start WW3…againt’s WHO???…the West???, HA…and that is a big HA….If Russia ever starts WW3…is just because , WE, the West, wants that…so, we can go and fumigate others that we have in mind…but NOT RUSSIANS…I will say that Russians are…WITH US…sure, they will like to dominate us, but they know that, THAT…is a BIG NO-NO situation for them, so all this noise about Russia and Ukranie, it’s just…MOCKABLE…behind the curtain of this situation…Russia is …with US…againt”s WHO?…HA…that one is a funny one, but I will say…the Muslim world and very specially…the CHINESE…trust me guys, trust me, just because JOE MOLINARO’S crazy brains and “paranoism” is just to clear and bright , just to fail, and time will prove me right…

  • Phil Laytio

    Who the hell would trust a “top financial expert” or a banker? This is bullshit wrapped in a lie wrapped in more bullshit.

  • Ana

    To the author of this article – It’s heating up, not hotting up.

  • Stephen Wills

    The last phrase The US has the largest standing army in history??? No it doesnt, not even close, it does have the most capable but as far as man power … real man power goes Russia, China, even North Korea has more.

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  • Rock Gagnon

    so, if all theses big shot money hungry millionaires all over the world want war, and I and a bunch of others say no to war. Who is going to win that debate!! They are just going to continue with whatever agenda they have started by fueling the war hungry peoples with more money. And if it is all about resources, then the only way to change the outcome of war is if we all change the way we live. Does anyone have a solution that can stop the next war…

  • rob mowrey

    I’m told the super rich have built bunker all over the place — find them , put the location on line then they become the major targets not the rest of the world– then the rich will have to delay it till they build new hiding holes.