The New (Old) Cold War: “Russkies vs. Amerikuns?” Hmmmm . . .

Guess what? It may be true that both the “West” and the “East” (symbolized, for now, by Russia and Putin) are, rather than genuine adversaries, actually dueling puppets in a chess game played by unseen others; a theatrical push/pull dynamic that will ultimately morph into unification.

Yes, maybe. For more on this wider possible perspective on the current global retro “Cold War” drama, see and — two very interesting and provocative bloggers with very different backgrounds and skill sets, but seemingly similar views of how, for a long long time now, the dialectical dynamic between “good guys” and “bad guys” has been engineered to result in the NWO.

And if so, it looks like, at least for now, the Russkies have the edge — and yet, you know, they may have slipped into a higher dimension where dualities no longer drive time, so advanced and masterful is Russia’s handling of the swaggering arrogance and stubborn belligerance of the U.S. Empire now thrashing in place like a stuck, squealing pig.

And if that’s the case, I’d say all bets are off, re: the supposed inevitability of the NWO.

For example, this, today from RT. Notice the language Lavrov uses. Elemental, plain, not designed to incite, but to appeal to reason, and even, common sense — in a respectful, patient, measured manner.

U.S. doesn’t care about Ukraine, wants to prove

it’s still in charge — Lavrov


About Ann Kreilkamp

PhD Philosophy, 1972. Rogue philosopher ever since.
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