Leon Trotsky, founder of the Red Army and Stalin’s archrival said words to the effect, “You may not be interested in war. But war is interested in you.” In 1940, Trotsky found war personally when he was assassinated in his well-guarded compound in Mexico City by one of Stalin’s people. Mexico for years was a playground for KGB and now FSB personnel, with the American Government essentially ceding Mexico to the foreign adventurism of Russia, China, Iran, Venezuela, North Korea; a veritable Mos Eisley of international rogues. Currently, the ungoverned spaces of Mexico are the domain for Chinese overseers of the Drug Cartels as they wage war into America via Fentanyl, killing 10,000 Americans a month. We may not want war, but it is finding Americans.
This direct, deadly war projected into America, comes across the open southern border by Chinese personnel, possibly Special Operators from the People’s Liberation Army Strategic Support Force (SSF). The SSF foray into America is but one of many developing regional conflicts and flashpoints that are now the foundation for an already in-progress World War. If you asked an “expert” in 1938, “Is the world at war?” they likely would have said no and explained there were disconnected regional conflicts in Asia, Europe, and Africa, but nothing to worry about. By 1939, the “experts” changed their tune. We’re at that 1938 point, again.
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Regional conflicts in Europe and the Middle East
There appear to be at least fourteen regional/sub-regional conflicts or very flammable flashpoints in play around the world. Regional Conflict #1 is Ukraine. This bloody war must be looked at in the context of the “No Limits Agreement” established by China and Russia to topple America. Putin promised a Russian “Desert Storm” to deliver Ukraine in 72 hours as the first step to take down America. Last October,
Source: The Gateway Pundit