WEB Notes: Pay real close attention to the people who are telling you doom is upon you. Today, it was the NATO chief and the head of Goldman Sachs…
The world is in more danger because people like these guys create and foster that “danger“.
Mayer Amschel Rothchild’s wife once said, “If my sons did not want wars, there would be none.”
That holds true even to this day for these people.
If everyone just turned off North Korea, there would be no fear and hype to begin with. Let them play all by themselves. Of course that is not going to happen. That is not the point. The point is globalization and the unification of the world.
So there must be war or conflict of some sort to bring it about.
Due to that the world as we know it, the governments and financial systems must merge today for the children of Satan to have absolute control of it. They do not have that today and their biggest fear is losing control of it all, losing control of the people.
You see for the most part the children of Satan control most of the governments of the world.
Not all of them however.
Places that we constantly see in the news; Iran, Syria and North Korea are not a part of the globalized world.
So war must be created and psychological games must be played to convince you, the people, that we must go to war, that there is a threat to your existence. Once the children of Satan accomplish that, when they build the base for war and conflict that is when we get it.
The world is more dangerous today than it has been in a generation, the head of Nato has said, days before the mobilisation of an estimated 100,000 Russian troops on the EU’s eastern borders, and as a nuclear crisis grows on the Korean peninsula.
Jens Stoltenberg, secretary general of the military alliance, said the sheer number of converging threats was making the world increasingly perilous.
Asked in a Guardian interview whether he had known a more dangerous time in his 30-year career, Stoltenberg said: “It is more unpredictable, and it’s more difficult because we have so many challenges at the same time.
“We have proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in North Korea, we have terrorists, instability, and we have a more assertive Russia,” Stoltenberg said during a break from visiting British troops stationed in Estonia. “It is a more dangerous world.”