The Forces behind the Forces includes the heavy weights who prop up, support, and fund an endless anti-Russia campaign. Coincidentally, it would appear a few of the notables also profit from a war agenda and military destabilization; Raytheon, General Dynamics, DynCorp, Lockheed Martin, Saab, NATO, BAE Systems, Department of State, and George Soros. Conflict of interest? You BET!
Defense contractors funding organizations that promote the idea that a particular country is an ‘axis of evil’ seems a propaganda tool at best, and a conspiracy at worst. Given these Defense contractors garner most of the revenue from government contracts, stoking tensions, possible wars, is in their best interest.
After WWII when defense spending climbed to it’s peak of 40% of GDP, a steady decline languished spending to a low of 3% of GDP until 2001 and the War on Terror was introduced. There were a few surges, Korean War, War on Iraq, the Cold War and of course, Vietnam.
Are the incursions we create simply props for these defense contractors to remain profitable?
The war on Russia seems to have taken a shift with the advent of newly formed lobbyist organizations whose sole purpose, it would seem, is to stoke a fire from ebbing embers. A number of these so-called “Charities” receive funding from governments… It would seem the definition of a Charity has been morphed considerably! The most dominant of these organizations include: The Atlantic Council, German Marshall Fund of the US, The Center For European Policy Analysis, and The Institute For The Study of War,
The Institute For The Study of War gained a rather notably shameful reputation when it was revealed that their expert on Syria, Elizabeth O’Bagy, was a fraud. O’Bagy was an adamant proponent of bombing the regime while failing to reveal that she was part of a pro-Syrian rebel lobbying group. In addition, she lied about having obtained her PhD. McCain immediately hired her as a part of his staff upon her disgrace and firing.
Headed by Dr. Kagan, the bio’s of its analysts would indicate that they have an instrumental role in making final determinations regarding US strategy in the Middle East, specifically Syria, Iran and Iraq, as well as Russia, and Ukraine. These senior analysts provide plans and exercises for the US military in implementing defeat.
The US takeover of Damascus has been a recent focus.
The German Marshall Fund is most notably – not German, but another DC ‘think-tank’ whose function would be to promote global inclusion and a liberal democracy wherein immigrants from the world over are embraced. It also would appear to support globalization, and a rule of law and ‘authority’ promulgated by experts who make the military and government decisions – for them. With revenue over $28 million and assets over $200 million, their wealth accumulation is noteworthy…
The GMF undertakes round table discussions, some of which are considered by ‘invitation only’ and Chatham House Rules. Taking placer in London, strict rules are instituted which allow for open discussions that are completely and entirely forbidden from media or any other person that might compromise the secrecy. In the past, this system has breeched economic ethics and order through market manipulation.
Currently, the relationship between Turkey and Russia are forefront topics.
The Center For European Research is headed by Daniel Gros, a German who co-authored the study for the design of the EU. He writes commentaries for Project Syndicate whose other authors include Bill Gates and George Soros and whose funding is derived from the Open Society Foundation, Die Zeit, a German publication utilizing the MacMillan name in the US, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
And finally, The Atlantic Council. Initially formed to align European policy with US policy following WWII – a form of globalization. By far the most powerful of all the aforementioned groups, they are intertwined in governments and militaries across the globe, receiving over $23 million in revenue nearly half of which is spent on ‘compensation’. Their current CEO is Frederick Kempe, a journalist, and the Chairman of the Board is Jon Huntsman a Republican who has worked in the Obama administration and is now Ambassador to Russia under Trump.
The power that these organizations wield over our economic and political policies here in the US and across every region of the world, is enormous and can not be over-stated. But more importantly is who they represent, because it has nothing to do with The People and everything to do with maintaining discord.