Aug. 12, 1999 - "Peace" 30
Moscow 1. A Game of NWO War Dominoes: Yesterday Kosovo;
Today Dagestan; Tomorrow Taiwan? Whom to Bomb Now?
London 2. German General Tapped to Command British Troops in
Kosovo? What About the Russian, American KFOR Troops?
New York 3. "Jews Don't Vote for Jews" - a Reaction to the TiM
Bulletin on Hillary Clinton's Jewish Family Ties
MOSCOW, Aug. 11 - The game of NWO globalist geopolitical war dominoes continues. Just as one crisis subsides, the protagonists of the "perpetual commerce through perpetual war"-strategy ignite new ethnic flash points around the world.
In the Balkans, the globalist war dominoes quiz goes like this What falls after Slovenia and Croatia? Answer: Bosnia. What falls after Bosnia? Answer: Kosovo? What falls after Kosovo? Answer: Montenegro. What falls after Montenegro? Answer: Vojvodina or Sandzak - take your pick.
And all of them fall into NATO's lap, meaning all are a part of the three-pronged global NWO anti-Russian strategy - links in an iron ring around Russia's western (European) neck (see the map).
In the Caucasus, the geopolitical war dominoes quiz goes like this What falls after Ossetia1? Answer: Nagorno-Kharabak. What falls after Nagorno-Kharabak2? Answer: Abkhazia. What falls after Abkhazia3? Answer: Chechnya. What falls after Chechnya4? Answer: Dagestan. What falls after Dagestan? Hopefully Boris Yeltsin, rather than radioactive fallout from a nuclear war.
For, if NATO were to act consistently with its strategy which led to the bombing of Serbia over Kosovo, right now this western alliance should be threatening to bomb Moscow over Dagestan; London over Northern Ireland; Tel Aviv over Palestine; Ankara over Kurdistan; India over Kashmir; China over Tibet; Indonesia over East Timor Fat chance, we know. For the cowardly NWO terrorists only pick on the weak.
Here's what we wrote about that in March 1998, more than a year before NATO's bombing of Kosovo began on (Mar. 24, 1999):
Meanwhile, all of the Caucasus dominoes fall into the second part of the three-pronged global NWO anti-Russian strategy - links in an Islamic ring around Russia's soft southern underbelly (see the map above).
The third global NWO anti-Russian strategy prong is in the Far East, where the NWO schemers were hoping to build up their influence on China, and use it as a far-eastern ring around Russia's Pacific neck. But that one is not going so well, after the spying scandal in the U.S, NATO's bombing of the Chinese embassy, and the warming up in the Sino-Russian-Indian relations (see S99-91, Day 65, Items 2 and 3, May 27). So the NWO warmongers are now working on Plan B - stirring up the old feud between Taiwan and mainland China, and thus opening up a potential new far eastern front in the foreseeable future, instead of a Sino-Russian conflict.
What do all these NWO globalist geopolitical war dominoes have in common? Well, one thing is that they are playing havoc with computer users' spellcheckers. Strange names of distant places in white memory spaces suddenly pop up, bleeding red (underline) ink of frantic spellcheckers over the MS Word white pages. Having been built in the good old days of the Cold War, these relics of a stable world order are unable to keep up with NWO-ignited explosion of new nations and creations. By the time computer users get annoyed at looking at all this red ink on their white MS Word pages, and add the strange names of distant places in white memory spaces to their personal dictionaries, real ethnic blood starts oozing out of the global war domino of the day.
Enter today's news - the escalating fight between Islamic insurgents in Dagestan and the Russian army trying to keep law and order, not to mention this Caucasus province within the Russian Federation (see the map).
Of course, don't count on NATO to intervene in this "crisis." Way too much firepower on Moscow's side for the NATO brass dummies who had been fooled even by the Serb dummies designed by an amateur cartoonist (S99-131, "Peace" 25, Item 3, July 31). But it may be instructive to consider in the context of the "Dagestan Crisis" a TiM piece published about a year and a half ago. That's when the western-funded and trained Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) started stirring up big trouble in Kosovo (see "Kosovo: 'Bosnia II', Serbia's Aztlan, Chechnya" - TiM GW Bulletin 98/3-1, 3/06/98). Here's an excerpt:
Two days later, we added the following update (see TiM GW Bulletins 98/3-2, 3/8/98):
And so, here we go again Kosovo yesterday, Dagestan today; Taiwan tomorrow Strange names of distant places in white memory spaces bleeding first, the red spellchecker ink; before real ethnic blood starts oozing out of the global NWO war domino of the day. And all that - so that the "death merchants" and their other industrial partners in crimes against humanity - can improve their earnings by a few cents per share. To the applause of the Wall Street sharks (see "Death Merchants'" View: "War Is Great; Peace Sucks," Issue S99-83, Day 57, Item 1, May 19). And other NWO warmongering quacks.
FOOTNOTES: 1. South Ossetian minority in the former Soviet republic of Georgia started a fight for independence and (re)union with North Ossetians (Russia) in 1990, after Georgia became an independent state. Parallels with the plight of Bosnian Serbs and their war of independence and (re)union with Serbia are unmistakable. It's just that Bosnia's recognition by the NWO came in 1992.2. Since 1991, the Nagorno-Kharabak region in Azerbaijan, populated mostly by Armenians, has been also fighting a war of independence and for the right to join the mother country (Armenia). 3. Abkhazia is the western region of the former Soviet state of Georgia, which declared independence in July 1992, and has been at war with Georgia ever since. 4. Chechnya's war for independence from Russia took place in 1994-1995, when Islamic rebels murdered scores of Russians in this Russian province. Parallels with the Albanian KLA terrorist actions in Kosovo, which started in 1997, and escalated in 1998-1999 are unmistakable. The only missing ingredient is the NATO bombing and subsequent occupation of the Kosovo domino.
2. German General Tapped to Command British Troops in Kosovo? What About the Russian, American KFOR Troops?
LONDON, Aug. 8 - "British troops on active service are to be commanded by a German for the first time in almost two centuries," the London Telegraph reported on Sunday. Here's some of the rest of the two-centuries-worth Telegraph "scoop" (you can try to look up the full story at its Web site - http://www.telegraph.co.uk):
TiM Ed.: But no mention of the German general commanding the Russians? Or the Americans? Hm wonder why not? Because CNN hasn't said so? Thought the Americans and the Russians were a part of the NATO "peacefarce" called KFOR?
3. "Jews Don't Vote for Jews" - a Reaction to the TiM Bulletin on Hillary Clinton's Jewish Family Ties
NEW YORK, Aug. 9 - Mitchel Cohen, a TiM reader from the Green Party of New York, and a member of the Greens/Green Party USA, sent us the following comment about the recent TiM GW Bulletin on Hillary Clinton's Jewish family ties:
Mitchel Cohen, New York
Also, check out... Truth in Media Statement on the Kosovo War, "Wither Dayton, Sprout New War?", "On the Brink of Madness", "Tragic Deja Vu's," "Seven U.S. Senators Suggest Ouster of Milosevic", "Biting the Hand That Feeds You", "A Balkan Affairs Potpourri", "Put the U.N. Justice on Trial", "International Justice 'Progresses' from Kidnapping to Murder", "Milosevic: 'A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery'...", "Kosovo Lie Allowed to Stand", "New World Order's Inquisition in Bosnia", "Kosovo Heating Up", "Decani Monastery Under Siege?", "Murder on Wall Street", "Kosovo: 'Bosnia II', Serbia's Aztlan", "What If the Shoe Were on the Other Foot?", "Serb WW II General Exhonerated by British Archives," "Green Interstate - Not Worth American Lives", "An American Hero or Actor of the Year?" (A June '95 TiM story) and/or "Clinton arme secrètement les musulmans bosniaques", "Kocevje: Tito's Greatest Crime?", "Perfidious Albion Strikes Again, Aided by Uncle Sam"
Or Djurdjevic's WASHINGTON TIMES columns: "Chinese Dragon Wagging Macedonian Tail," "An Ugly Double Standard in Kosovo Conflict?", "NATO's Bullyboys", "Kosovo: Why Are We Involved?", and "Ginning Up Another Crisis"