World War III is not going to be an accident. It will not be caused by an unfortunate
chain events that the U.S. struggles to avoid. It is a goal, a specific objective
that must be reached in order to force a cultural shift that the population would
otherwise never accept.
The financial, economic and political collapses occuring around the globe will eventually
lead the industrialized nations of the world to war. The signs should already be
apparent, especially in areas like the middle east, where the U.S. is vying for
resource domination, monetary superiority and political control. As economies around
the world implode, and citizens become more frustrated with their governments, things
can quickly begin to spiral out of control domestically – regardless of whether
you’re in the United States, China, Russia or Europe. As a result, politicians will
do what they’ve done historically in such instances, which is to deflect responsibility
(either out of fear or by design) from themselves onto others. Usually, this means
leaders and citizens oceans away will get blamed for the malaise.
Aaron Hawkins, of Storm Clouds Gathering,
provides some key insights into the many variables that will ultimately lead the
world into perhaps the greatest war in history.
Text By: Mac Slavo
Video By: Aaron Hawkins