Interview 934 – The Beard World Order roundtable on WWIII

09/02/20146 Comments

via TracesOfReality.com:

Welcome to The Beard World Order: In this episode of the BWO, Beardlitarians Guillermo Jimenez, James Corbett, and Pearse Redmond consider the possibility of World War III. Could it happen? What would it look like? Has it already begun?

As military tensions mount around the globe, and the โ€œNew Cold Warโ€ begins to heat up, is there an endgame in sight? How do NATO, Russia, China, and other BRICS nations fit into the picture? What is Russia really up to in Latin America? Given the historical and economic implications of WWI and WWII, who stands to gain from an all-out global confrontation โ€” and in what way?

And, of course, the most important question of all, just what the hell can we do about it?

Serious stuff. NO LAUGHING MATTER. But we find a way to do it anyway.

Enjoy.

Contact Guillermo, James, and Pearse with questions, comments, and suggestions for future topics to be discussed on the show.

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  1. Algorithm of Consciousness says:

    Thanks for that lucid discussion. I thoroughly enjoyed you guys discussing the many different variations of how a “WWIII” would unfurl. It’s good that you guys were thinking “outside of the box” into what many ways this can take shape. Given that these globalists are always two steps ahead, it would be very limited on our part to imagine that a “world war” will necessarily repeat in the exact same script we have seen war before.

    However, I can’t help but think of Clausewitz’ dictum that “war is politics by other means.” You mentioned this in the discussion – even if you have a purely economic war and tit for that, at some point, it can always morph into a larger military conflagration – such as in a scenario where maybe one side increasingly gets the better of other side economically.

    Also, I note that we are marking 100 years from WWI, and that’s the talk of the town, but I note that in each era, the transitions of world orders, and from a dominant power to others, is never done peacefully. I am trying to plot ourselves in the historical context and pose the question of where are we? As the saying goes, although history doesn’t repeat itself, it certainly rhymes. In the beginning portions of every century in the last 500 years there has been some major war as world orders change. In the early 1500s, there was the War of the League of Cambrai, the 1600s the Thirty Years’ War, the 1700s the War of the Spanish Succession, the 1800s the Napoleonic Wars, and of course, 1900s give you WWI, which by default leads to WWII. I shudder to find out.

    • Richard-Fitzwell says:

      clausewitz’s saying can go vice versa too imho

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    • shopbruce says:

      I think we have to look closely at the financial position of the entire world. Who will finance any war? The Military Complex is the only business that will gain from any further conflict. Are they only in the US? I don’t think so. All countries are faced with serious financial difficulties and that must influence their decisions.

  2. maxwell says:

    James, you should invite Sage Francis on to the beard world order!

  3. firehorse says:

    What is the bump music called?

    Love your work in all the media you create!

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