Just outside of Munich this weekend — in a luxury resort only affordable to the mega-rich — will be the meeting place of the globalist leaders of Canada, the US, Japan, Italy, the UK, Germany, and France as the G7 Summit plays out.
More so than Ebola or the Middle East, which will be discussed, the main topic on the docket will be the situation in Ukraine — a situation that is escalating again quickly and leaving more and more human lives ended and destroyed. The main point of discussion will be whether or not Russian sanctions have helped the situation at all and whether they will continue or not. If they haven’t been working then what to do next will be discussed. The latter seems certain according to the plans of the US, and more war, further senseless death, and destruction is inevitable.
Big talker Stephen Harper.
Currently Stephen Harper, Canada’s right-wing globalist prime minister, is rounding Europe for photo-ops with world leaders this weekend to be used in his upcoming campaign for further tyrannous leadership over “the true North strong and free.” He’s currently in Ukraine with President Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk showing his support for their situation in person.
“I appreciate everything the Canadian government is doing for Ukraine,” said Yatseniuk. “We ask our partners to make a bold, strong decision. To support Ukraine with defence, and I want to underline again with defensive weapons. And we expect the globe to realize Russia poses a threat to everyone in this world. We are defending European borders.”
Harper’s message to the foreign leaders and multinational press he’s rubbing elbows with is clear: the time for talk with Russia is over; meaning military conflict stemming from Kiev must escalate eastward across the border.
In respect to Russia Harper says “there really is no point in having a dialogue with them.”
Instead of open discussion, Canada’s prime minister has decided to try to “solve” the Ukraine’s problems — or so the claim goes — by sending their government $200,000,000 of Canadian citizens’ money plus a loan at low-interest of an additional $400 million, as well as constant satellite intelligence, hundreds of troops and police to train forces inside of Ukraine in an effort to bulk up Ukraine’s arsenal, and other intelligence information. No talk, more war!
British Prime Minister David Cameron, according to the telegraph also “wants to use the G7 to push the case for continuing with tough sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine.”
Tomorrow Barack Obama will arrive in town to throw America’s authoritarian say into the mix, of course. Where does the US stand?
An article released yesterday by Reuters sourcing a conversation with Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has him and the Obama administration, even more so than Harper, pushing for increased military action, too:
“What’s clear is that sanctions are working on the Russian economy… What is not apparent is that effect on his economy is deterring Putin.”
Of course the sanctions are working on the Russian economy and hurting the average Russian, but why in the world would anyone believe they would affect Kiev? It seems much more likely the US wants Russia’s demise for forming the BRIC alliance and making deals to sell and buy oil not on the Petrodollar. But I digress.
In a move indicative of someone preparing an entire military arsenal for definite war, Carter held meetings ahead of the G7 in Stuttgart, Germany with three-dozen top US officials — “U.S. ambassadors to Europe and most of the generals who lead U.S. military combat commands around the world” — in preparation of what America would push for at the summit this weekend in regards to Ukraine. This was the same type of meeting Carter held in Kuwait earlier this year before military might was stepped up in the Middle East.
“He said the strategy session did not make decisions but did discuss a number of actions the U.S. military could take…” —Reuters.
The defense secretary says America wants more US and NATO military exercises to be held in Europe — tempting Russia — more often and also wants to spend more of America’s debt ridden money on more “military capabilities” — “defense” weapons — to be moved to Europe.
America’s number one pick two terms in a row: Barack Obama.
In reference to longer sanctions, according to Obama, who will be taking a personal day with German chancellor Angela Merkel the day before the summit officially begins, “the more of an economic bite [we] take out of the Russian economy” the better. This is despite the economic thrashing many other European Union member states are taking with Russia’s sanctions directly responsible, which is a clear fact the US government and those who support them intentionally overlook. After all, Russia is a superpower and many countries depend on their economy thriving for their own to do the same.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest admitted the sanctions on Russia had no noticeable effects on the European war, but still stated America will move to extend the sanctions placed on Russia anyways:
“My understanding is that the plan is for the President, when he goes to Europe, is to have a discussion with fellow European leaders about the need to extend the sanctions regime that’s currently in place that I believe expires sometime at the end of this month… I would acknowledge that we have not yet seen the kind of change in behavior that we have long sought now.”
On the flipside, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Western backed fighters in Kiev have intentionally amped up the hostility to coincide with the G7 Summit in order to influence aggressive outcomes from the talks:
“Yes, indeed, in the past Kiev…heated up tensions amid some large international events. This is the case, and now we are seriously concerned about the next repetition of such activity.” —Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov
The fighting in Ukraine has recently escalated to savage heights never seen before in the conflict.
“On Friday, a team from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe based in the eastern city of Donetsk that has been monitoring the fighting heard an unprecedented 500 explosions — a new level of intensity that appears to leave the ceasefire agreements reached in Minsk, Belarus, in February in tatters.” —CBC.
I suppose it’s easy for us outside of the conflict to look at these military decisions being discussed as “political.” But that term is imaginary compared to the real life consequences — devastating, horrible consequences. If and when this conflict between superpowers reaches our own doorstep and we see one man shoot another man in the face with a machine gun in our own neighbourhood, or a bomb blow a place to dust that once held our own memories of times much better, that’s when the masses will be forced to stop and think, if only for a second, what the decisions of rich men and women in luxury resorts translate to in everyday people’s lives — death, hate, destruction, and animalistic brutality; and all in the name of money, greed, and power. But by then it could be too late. It seems clear to me that these maniacs, all of them, need to be removed from power now. No war should be supported. We should all see by now, in this day and age, that wars cause nothing but harm, and be a mature enough species to avoid war at all costs, instantly removing power under those who push for it as soon as they do. This is only way we can survive. But that’s just one opinion I guess.
By Olan Thomas of Cut2TheTruth.com.
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