‘At War with Russia’, Europe Peers Down the Abyss, by Alastair Crooke

The ugly truth is permeating Western power centers: Ukraine is losing the war. Now everybody is looking for a face-saving way out. From Alastair Crooke at strategic-culture.org:

Russia is unlikely to take the bait: It has the real strategic advantage in all areas of engagement with the Ukrainian forces.

There is too much ‘noise’ in the system, and it is obscuring the view.

Davos has always been ‘weird’. But this year, the kookier aspects were so obvious. The WEF is dying on the vine. The ‘vision’ seems ever more fantastical, and the hubris – inherent in the ‘behavioural conditioning’ to make people make the ‘right choices’ – stands naked. The schism between life, as experienced in the round, and the WEF’s bleak prescription, has never been more stark. The gap will only widen as sharply falling living standards focus the great majority on immediacy and family survival.

One may dismiss this happening as a curiosity. But that would be wrong. The Davos vessel may have struck a large credibility iceberg, but it has not yet sunk.

Rather, the fact of Davos sinking into creepy idiosyncrasy is significant – highly significant.

It is significant because it marks a discontinuity in that ‘odd couple’ spectrum of the European climate zealots teaming up with the U.S. and British neocon Russophobes. It was always an oddity that the German Green Party – once anti-war – has become such an avid supporter of war with Russia.

The ‘Green’ wing to the coalition is weakening. But we should expect climate push-back on the Green Transition however, to increase, as living standards continue to collapse at a rate not seen since WW2.

Intuitively, Davos looking weird might seem a good thing. But beware what we wish for – because the fading of the ‘Green’ wing leaves the U.S. hegemony ideologues’ (the neo-cons) freer to push into the void, so vacated.

The origins to the Davos/Reset end to this framework were always ‘shifty’. The concept’s originator was never Team Schwab,but David Rockefeller, Chair of Chase Manhattan Bank, and his protégé (and later Klaus Schwab’s ‘indispensable adviser’), Maurice Strong.

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