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  1. Exclamation "War With China and Russia Imminent"

    These videos really share a ton of good information about what's going on presently in the Middle East, especially Pakistan. China has already warned the U.S. that an attack on Pakistan is an attack on China. They are allies. Russia is as well, and so is Iran.

    The global powers that be are pushing for and staging a 3rd World War. Hence all the unrest and turmoil in the Middle East.

    Then there is information floating around that Chinese Troops have been amassing in Mexico and Canada since the late 90's.

    We're in a bad way, folks. The perfect storm would be such a likely scenario: Global unrest, global economic collapse, natural and/or man made disasters, famine, plague, war, total global domination, one world government, one world leader, one world currency, one world religion. Surprised? It's all been prophesied about in the Bible. Signs of the times, folks. What we're seeing has NEVER happened or been witnessed before in the history of the world. NOT on such a global scale, and NOT with such magnitude and force.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mB810cn_8j8"]YouTube - ‪Webster Tarpley - China to defend Pakistan from U.S. Attack, Russia backs China, World War 3 1/2‬‏[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIJgRO2FniA&feature=re lated"]YouTube - ‪Webster Tarpley - China to defend Pakistan from U.S. Attack, Russia backs China - Part 2/2‬‏[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdQfOV3DP_I&feature=re lated"]YouTube - ‪US risks war with China and Russia - World War III - Pt 1/2 - 04-25-2011.‬‏[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKZZ4PMYfEQ&feature=re lated"]YouTube - ‪US risks war with China and Russia - World War III - Pt 2/2 - 04-25-2011.‬‏[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9WB40zizI0&feature=re lated"]YouTube - ‪Total Collapse - The Build up to World War III & The New World Order‬‏[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiNDljmJ0c4&feature=re lated"]YouTube - ‪AMERICA, UN vs RUSSIA, CHINA - WORLD WAR III 2013 fulfilled before our eyes MUST SEE!!!.mp4‬‏[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrZtOMUIkAo"]YouTube - ‪Chinese Invasion Imminent?‬‏[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQP8krQIlZk"]YouTube - ‪May 25 2011 - Chinese Government Bombed - Chinese Troops Seen in Mexico‬‏[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXlgq8FUV40&feature=re lated"]YouTube - ‪China Warns US - Troops Positioned in Mexico and Canada?‬‏[/ame]
    Last edited by Watchman; Jun 21 2011 at 10:43 AM.

  2. Exclamation A Video Worth Seeing - Western And American Civilization As We Knew It Is History

    Another video posted yesterday. Very, very good information and intelligence. War in Middle East a false flag event("political smoke screen") of what is about to happen and take place in the Countries of the West, and the U.S.


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    Infowars is not a reliable source. But the mainstream media has does support the argument that Pakistan and China are becoming militar allies.

    ISLAMABAD – Pakistan is beefing up its arsenal of nuclear-capable missiles by embracing China as its new strategic arms partner and backing away from the U.S., analysts have told Fox News.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/03...#ixzz1PwNSOiA7
    Last edited by Joe Six-pack; Jun 21 2011 at 12:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watchman View Post
    Then there is information floating around that Chinese Troops have been amassing in Mexico and Canada since the late 90's.
    Where exactly is that information? I was in intelligence for 8 years and I can tell you that I NEVER saw anything even remotely like that.
    sputterman: "Aiding the enemy? If the truth aids the enemy then we are in the wrong war."

    Me: "When the people who teach our children, protect us from fires and criminals, save our lives when we're injured, and defend us with their very lives make less in a year than a guy who throws a ball for a living makes in an hour, there is something truly (*)(*)(*)(*)ed up with our country."

  5. Red face

    Another treaty about to get us involved in another crazy Asian war...

    Manila involves US in China spat
    Fri, Jun 24, 2011 - SPRATLYS STRIFE:The Philippines’ Department of Foreign Affairs said that a 1951 treaty requires the US to help defend Philippine forces if they come under attack
    US forces are obliged to help defend Philippine troops, ships or aircraft under a 1951 Mutual Defense Treaty if they come under attack in the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, Philippine officials said, citing past US assurances. The potentially oil and gas-rich Spratly Islands have long been regarded as one of Asia’s possible flash points for conflict. China, the Philippines and Vietnam have been trading barbs and diplomatic protests recently over overlapping territorial claims to the islands, reigniting tensions. Complicating the issue is the role the US could play in resolving the disputes. A Mutual Defense Treaty signed by US and Philippine officials on Aug. 30, 1951, calls on each country to help defend the other against an external attack by an aggressor in their territories or in the Pacific region.

    Amid renewed tensions in the Spratlys, questions have emerged whether the treaty would apply if ill-equipped Philippine forces come under attack in the islands, all of which are claimed by China. Parts also are claimed by Taiwan, Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam. The Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs said in a policy paper that the treaty requires Washington to help defend Philippine forces if they come under attack in the Spratly Islands, citing US diplomatic dispatches that defined the Pacific region under the treaty as including the South China Sea. The South China Sea was not specifically mentioned in the pact. A copy of the policy paper was seen on Wednesday.

    Philippine Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario also said in a recent interview that US officials have made clear that Washington would respond should Philippine forces come under attack in the South China Sea. Del Rosario said by telephone from Washington that he would discuss the Spratly disputes, along with issues related to the 1951 defense treaty and other regional security concerns with US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton when they met yesterday. The US embassy in Manila declined to discuss details of when the pact would apply.

    “As a strategic ally, the United States honors our Mutual Defense Treaty with the Philippines,” said Alan Holst, acting public affairs officer at the embassy. “We will not engage in discussion of hypothetical scenarios.” The defense treaty, which came into force in 1952, defined an attack as an armed assault on “the metropolitan territory of the parties” or their “armed forces, public vessels or aircraft in the Pacific.” While the US has a policy of not interfering in territorial disputes, the Philippine paper said: “It may be construed that any attack on our vessels, armed forces or aircraft in the Spratlys would make the treaty applicable and accordingly obligate the US to act to meet the common dangers.”

    China has urged the US to stay out of territorial disputes in the South China Sea, saying they should be resolved through bilateral negotiations. On Wednesday, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Cui Tiankai warned that Washington risks getting drawn into a conflict should tensions in the region escalate further. Washington views the sea lanes in the area as strategically important.

    See also:

    US Congress: A friend to Taiwan
    Fri, Jun 17, 2011 - During the past weeks, US Congress has become more assertive on Taiwan policy. On May 26, a record 45 senators wrote a letter to US President Barack Obama urging him to “act swiftly and provide Taiwan with the F-16C/D aircraft that are critical to meeting our obligations pursuant to the TRA [Taiwan Relations Act] and to preserving peace and security in the Taiwan Strait.”
    Yesterday, the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee was scheduled to hold a hearing on US policy toward Taiwan, examining developments over the past few years and looking toward the future. This closer scrutiny is good. At pivotal moments in history, Congress has played a key role in shaping US policy toward Taiwan and its people. In early 1979, after the administration of then-US president Jimmy Carter had severed diplomatic relations with the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT), Congress stepped in and drafted the TRA, which stipulates that peace and security in the Taiwan Strait and a peaceful resolution to Taiwan’s future are key elements of US policy.

    A few years later, in the early and mid-1980s, Congress again played a key role: This time in Taiwan’s transition to democracy. Then-senators Ted Kennedy and Claiborne Pell, together with representatives Steven Solarz and Jim Leach, held frequent hearings and made statements urging the KMT to lift martial law and establish a multiparty political system. This happened in 1986 and 1987, after which Taiwan made its momentous transition to a fully democratic political system. The first elections for all seats of the Legislative Yuan took place in 1992 and the first presidential elections by popular vote in 1996.

    During the years of former president Lee Teng-hui, Congress yet again played a key role, this time in convincing the administration of former US president Bill Clinton to allow Lee to visit his alma mater, Cornell University. As chairman of the board of the American Institute in Taiwan it was my honor to welcome Lee to Cornell. In the aftermath of the Cornell visit, China started to rattle its saber and launched missiles against Taiwan, which led to the Taiwan Strait Crisis in the spring of 1996 and necessitated the sending of two US carrier battle groups into the area around Taiwan.

    Regrettably, the Clinton administration drew the wrong conclusions from the chain of events and started to make conciliatory gestures toward the People’s Republic of China, culminating in the infamous “three noes” pronounced during Clinton’s June 1998 visit to Beijing: “We have a ‘one China’ policy that we don’t support a ‘one China, one Taiwan’ policy or a ‘two Chinas’ policy. We don’t support Taiwan independence, and we don’t support Taiwanese membership in international organizations that require statehood.” Congress was quick to rebut Clinton, saying that the new formulation was a major change of policy which was not in keeping with the TRA: The Senate passed SCR-107, affirming US commitments to Taiwan, by a vote of 92 to zero, while the House passed a similar measure, HCR 301, by an equally overwhelming vote of 390 to 1.


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    Bull crap.

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    I must have hit a nerve. OUCH!

    Do the research. And DO NOT use the main stream news media as your only source. They're controled, and told what to say and what not to say.

    China's already threatened the U.S. that they'd act, should we attack Pakistan.
    Last edited by Watchman; Jun 24 2011 at 10:17 AM.

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    One of the first things the canadian prime minister did when taking office in 2006 was basicly told of china over Human rights. You think harper would let there be troops on our soil?

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    There can be no conventional war between two nuclear powers.

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    Lets not break out the bibles and guns just yet. No need to start jerking each other off just yet. No wars have been declared except in the simple minds of the Sovergien citizen.

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