Wednesday, 16 April 2014

"New" Cold War, Same Old Tricks - BFP Roundtable #05

The BFP Roundtable convenes once again, as Peter B. Collins, Guillermo Jimenez, James Corbett, and Sibel Edmonds unite to discuss the Russia-NATO conflict over Ukraine, the false choice of the "new cold war," the Turkish connection to last year's Syrian false flag, and the fact that Seymour Hersh needs to retire. For more information on these and other topics, please stay tuned to

In relation to the observation made on Russia's continuing 'inaction' in the face of their encirclement - the problem may stem from the fact that there is damning dirt, in the form or false flag terror evidence, that can be used against Putin if he moves too rapidly. There is probably similar dirt and covert operation information that the Russians have against the US leadership.

In this situation, where all sides are crooked to a degree, the danger is for each of them to lose power.

There are hidden 'red lines' that cannot be easily crossed without undermining the existing game. This is how Russia is operating at the moment - within the existing game, and biding their time as the US slowly implodes. They don't need to upset the apple cart.

Given enough time the Russian state will be able to regain its influence in the region. They are only just beginning to rebuild their military, strengthen their domestic economy and drive out faux foreign-backed 'pro-democracy' groups. These things take time, especially if one wants to avoid being labelled as a out and out dictator in the corporate media.

In any event, the creation of a new quasi-Cold War is good for both Russia and the US establishment, especially the military, as it helps justify their spending (and it provides an excuse for failures - that it was the work of the other side!).

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, April 16th, 2014.]

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