As conflicts continue to pop up around the world, the United States has vowed to take sides with the oppressed victims of the aggressors. Promising “no boots on the ground”, many other types of assistance are given to these countries. Pretty much everyone has heard the old adage, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”.
This stance is similar to the one taken by the U.S. in 1940. In spite of watching the aggressive actions by the Nazi regime against neighboring countries, the position remained one of being neutral. However, assistance with providing weaponry was given to England, even pilots volunteered to help during the Battle of Britain. And the same was given to China. Meanwhile, the aggressor marched on until eventually the U.S. was brought into the problem.
Currently, the same stance seems to be in play, no boots on the ground in Ukraine, well, no troops that is. And although there are no troops in Israel at the moment, there is plenty of naval backup waiting to assist if needed. The U.S. has also been providing military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine, and for several years has fulfilled the same for Israel.
Now both aggressive actions towards these countries are conducted by known adversaries of the U.S., Russia and Iran. But the same hostility was held by the Nazi leader, wanting to engage the U.S. in a war long before the Pearl Harbor attack. How long have Iran and Russia declared the same?
And of course, there are always those wackos out there who think they know how to solved the problem, or at least opine their summary of the situation, with the media flaming all of it with its pundit rhetoric.
Seems there are several similarities in these two scenarios, not getting involved other than providing aid and support. But how long will it take before the U.S. is eventually targeted to become involved? The current administration is already playing around with nuclear weapons in preparation for a potential conflict.
And what connection does all of this have with the World Economic Forum? Let’s see, Gov. Gavin Newsom, Vladimir Putin, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and Benjamin Netanyahu seem to have some connections with the global organization, and Russia with Iran. And what is Newsome doing on his trip, taking strategic plans from Israel to China? Where is President Eisenhower when you need him?
It seems the only way in which the U.S. and other countries were able to finally end WWII was by a devastating obliteration of Nazis in Germany and tragically, Japanese civilians. Given the enormity of this current war with the incremental involvement by other countries, and protests erupting across the world, even inappropriately by government folks, what can one do except sit back and watch?
We have a corrupt government that is placing all of us in danger by conniving with the enemies in the world, and because these despots have become so powerful, maybe the time has come that all should prepare for their ultimate world destruction plan. At least that is how the previous one ended, and it seems we are now on the same path having embedded ourselves across the world as a result of WWII.
One theory is that this is nothing more than a plan to disrupt the world so badly, at our expense, in order to justify a new governance system that the world will be begging for, called global governance, permanently placing all of us in a virtual prison, called the Great Reset, living a life of sustainable development. To some degree, that is what happened after WWII with the creation of the United Nations, which can now be easily seen as a threat to our sovereignty through so many of its international rules and laws, in spite of the intent of it being a peace-making body.
Who knows. It just seems so much history is being repeated here. Despots never change.