Der Wunsch nach Frieden

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Der Wunsch nach Frieden

Willy Wahl

05.04.2022

12-14 Minuten


(28. März 2022) «Eine der angesehensten und bestinformierten Anti-Atomkriegsgruppen der Welt ist die Los Alamos Study Group. Die LASG wurde am Ende des Kalten Krieges in Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA, gegründet, wo die ersten Atombomben entwickelt und gebaut wurden, und hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, Atomwaffen aus der Aussenpolitik herauszunehmen. Die LASG hat in den USA bahnbrechende Prozesse in den Bereichen Umweltschutz, Bürgerrechte und Informationsfreiheit gewonnen, Hunderte von Briefings auf höchster Ebene durchgeführt und eine entscheidende Rolle bei der Verhinderung der Produktion der Kernelemente von Plutoniumsprengköpfen gespielt. Angesichts des drohenden Atomkriegs in der Ukraine hat die LASG diese bemerkenswerte und dringende Analyse der Risiken und Lösungen veröffentlicht.» John Pilger

Greg Mello (Bild https://losalamos reporter.com)

Hauptursache für diesen Krieg

Seit dem russischen Einmarsch in die Ukraine ist aus dem regionalen Konflikt ein globaler Hybridkrieg geworden, bei dem immer mehr auf dem Spiel steht, nicht zuletzt die Gefahr eines Atomkriegs.

Die vielleicht grösste Gefahr liegt in den unterschiedlichen Motiven der Parteien, die auch die Hauptursache für diesen Krieg sind: Russland strebt nach Sicherheit, während die USA und ihre Nato-Verbündeten die Ukraine benutzt haben, um diese Sicherheit zu verweigern   – um «Russland zu brechen», wie Henry Kissinger es 2015 formulierte. Die USA wollen keinen Frieden, es sei denn, es handelt sich um den Frieden eines besiegten Russlands. Deshalb gibt es kein offensichtliches Ende der Eskalationen und Gegen-Eskalationen. Die USA und die NATO sehen in dem Krieg, den sie so sehr zu provozieren versuchen, eine Chance. (…)

Trump, Kissinger and Ma playing on a crowded chessboard | Asia Times

January 14, 2017

Confrontational rhetoric from the Pentagon and State Department is just noise, writes Pepe Escobar; the real Great Game plotting is on a deeper level

Quelle: Trump, Kissinger and Ma playing on a crowded chessboard | Asia Times

F. William ENGDAHL: Is Trump the Back Door Man for Henry A. Kissinger & Co?, New Eastern Outlook, 09.01.2017

globalcrisis/globalchange NEWS
Martin Zeis, 09.01.2016

Dear all,

on Jan 06, 2017 the Electoral College voted (304 : 227) Donald Trump as next President of the United States of America.

As memento a statement by Nick Bernabe (AntiMedia.org, 11.11.2016): „47 percent of Americans voted for nobody, far outweighing the votes cast for Trump (25.5 percent) and Hillary (25.6 percent) by eligible voters.“
Source: http://theantimedia.org/nobody-won-2016-election-landslide

After a multi-week romping of the Clinton/Obama/Neocon camp and the world-wide trying to figure out the main features of a Trump Presidency these are crystallizing, i.a. the geopolitical aims.

Today F. William ENGDAHL points out that „more and more as Cabinet choices are named, it looks like the entire Trump Presidency project is emerging as Henry A. Kissinger’s “Back Door Man”.

Below some extracts, full text attached (pdf, 5 p).

Henry Kissinger „began his relationship with Nelson Rockefeller and the brothers Rockefeller–Laurance, David, Winthrop in the 1950’s and has been the core strategist of the Rockefeller family’s globalization or World Government above nation states as David called it in 1991. That included Kissinger’s role with the Bilderberg Meetings, with David’s Trilateral Commission and right down to the present. It was Secretary of State Kissinger who asked his good friend David Rockefeller to facilitate Nixon’s “China opening” to the West in 1971. Then the geopolitical aim of Kissinger’s rebalance was to seduce China, then the weaker of Washington’s two great adversaries, into the Western alliance against the Soviet Union, then the stronger adversary, at least in military and geopolitical terms.

Today, as the year 2017 begins, the roles have turned and clearly China has emerged after more than three decades of unbridled industrial and economic expansion, as the stronger challenger of David Rockefeller’s so-called World Government. Russia, following the economic savagery and deindustrialization of the post-1991 Yeltsin years, is in Kissinger’s view, clearly the weaker of his two adversaries. Both China and Russia under Xi Jinping and Putin, are, together with Iran, the most formidable defenders of national sovereignty – the main obstacles standing in the way of David Rockefeller’s (I use him as the template) World (fascist) Government. (…)

With Kissinger now in a unique relationship with President-elect Trump as shadow foreign policy adviser, with Kissinger allies Tillerson as Secretary of State and Mattis as Secretary of Defense, it is beginning to appear that the heavy hand of Kissinger and his version of British Balance of Power political manipulations is about to target China, as well as Iran, and to try to use Putin and Russia to destroy the genuine possibility of a counterweight to Western One World delusions, by fostering mistrust and bad blood between China and Russia and Iran.“

FWE-Trump=Kissinger’s-Back-Door-Man170109.pdf

Henry Kissinger’s Possible Role in Fixing Relations with Russia – RI – Gilbert Doctorow

30.12.2016 This is a very long (3500 words) and thorough discussion of Kissinger’s interaction and thought about Russia since the Nixon administration.  The author is somewhat skeptical that Kissinger will play much of a role in the coming months and years.

Quelle: Henry Kissinger’s Possible Role in Fixing Relations with Russia

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/henry-kissingers-possible-role-fixing-relations-russia/ri18356?utm_source=Russia+Insider+Daily+Headlines&utm_campaign=7ed6d2d00f-Russia_Insider_Daily_Headlines11_21_2014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c626db089c-7ed6d2d00f-179262661&ct=t(Russia_Insider_Daily_Headlines11_21_2014)&mc_cid=7ed6d2d00f&mc_eid=75ec4fb4b9