America: Global Hegemony or Bust!
by gus Saturday, Nov 12 2011, 8:30am
With only a few impotent mutterings of opposition from Russia and China, the USA races UNCHALLENGED toward Global hegemony. Reports have emerged from the APEC summit in Hawaii that the eunuch leaders of China and Russia, both internationally known for their cowardly tail between legs retreat from the Balkans (abandoning traditional ally Yugoslavia in the process) now seem to be "stunned" or surprised by America’s push for Global hegemony. What did they expect? Their feeble protestations today are hardly believable given the known past.
Independent analysts and commentators are left wondering whether China and Russia are part of the problem. Are we really expected to believe, after both eunuch ‘superpowers’ were squarely challenged by the US and failed to adequately respond that they are NOW “stunned” or shocked by the (criminal) tactics and direction the US is taking?
The USA has pulled all stops since it realised it had no real challengers for the Globe’s resources – the sovereignty of nations went out the window after Kosovo was torn from Serbia and given to known organised criminals to govern for Washington.
The recent criminal offensive on Libya is just the latest violent acquisition of the US/NATO criminal alliance; the entire African continent is next with US troops already present in a number of African nations.
I couldn’t help but laugh at the feigned shock exhibited by Russian and Chinese leaders at APEC, get real you clowns!
If Russian and Chinese leaders are truly ‘stunned’ and offended at what America is doing then it’s a simple matter to offer a very powerful deterrent/challenge; after all, both nations have nuclear arsenals. Perhaps an ultimatum backed by very real threats of annihilation might tame the marauding beast.
A report from a pro-Russian source follows, it is almost comical in its naivety:
US Power Grab for Entire World, stuns Russia and China
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by Sorcha Faal
New reports emerging in the Kremlin today from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit (APEC) in Hawaii are stating that both Russian and Chinese diplomats were “stunned” upon learning that the United States Nobel Peace Prize winning leader, President Barack Obama, has ordered US Military forces into both Nigeria and Australia in what they describe as his plan to take over the entire world for his crony-capitalist backers.
According to these reports, Nigerian military sources have confirmed Obama’s plan to deploy US Military forces in their country in yet another expansion of the Pentagon’s “Shadow War” on the African Continent designed to take control of this regions vast oil and mineral resources, and he is, also, planning on announcing during his upcoming visit to Australia the deployment of US Marine forces to ward off what the Americans are calling the “China threat.”
With more than 900 US Military bases on all seven continents, and with a defense budget that outspends all of the other nations in the world combined, Russian diplomats warn that these latest deployments “strip bear” Obama’s true intentions which they describe as being nothing short of “total world domination.”
To understand Obama’s true motivations, these reports say, one has to realize that the West’s most powerful bankers who have given him more money than any politician, in any country, in modern human history far surpassing the millions given to Nazi Germany’s Adolf Hitler by US and European industrialists led by the former US President George W. Bush's grandfather, the late US senator Prescott Bush, who was charged for his crimes under the Trading With Enemies Act during World War II.
Sensing the rise of a growing American dictatorship headed by Obama, Prime Minister Putin this past week lashed out at the West by describing them as “arrogant world powers” who would stop at nothing to achieve their goals, and reserving special condemnation of both the US and UK for violating the UN Resolution against Libya that now finds NATO under investigation by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the many war crimes it committed.
China, likewise, this past week mocked the US that they said was controlled by fawning political leaders seeking re-election who have created an “entitlement culture” where the American public has grown dependent on government largesse, and at the opening of the APEC engaged in a “testy exchange” with the US over a new proposed Pacific Trade Pact.
Not just to Russia and China are fears of Obama rising either as US Congressman, and 2012 Presidential hopeful, Ron Paul warned this past week that the “Obama Presidency Warned Is On The Verge Of Being A Dictatorship” and US Supreme Court Justice Breyer further warned that the Obama regime was on the verge of creating an “Orwellian government.”
Important to note about Obama’s United States is that never before in modern history has the world’s leading economic power experienced a saving shortfall of such epic proportions as America is now experiencing and is leading to their fast total economic collapse, and with the European Central Bank (ECB) now warning that there is little left it can do to save the Eurozone this catastrophic event may very well be already underway caused the head of China's biggest ratings agency, Dagong Global Credit Rating, to warn of another US credit downgrade.
Unfortunately for the American people in all of these events is their not being allowed to know about any of them due to their “mainstream” media not telling them, a point brought up in an article today detailing how in the past two weeks they have been subjected to nearly 120 stories about the sex life of Presidential contender Herman Cain while at the same time: 1.) Only 3 major networks covered Obama’s sending US troops in Uganda. 2.) Only 1 major news network covered the scandal of the Obama regime sending guns to Mexico’s gun cartels. 3.) No major network covered the 8th largest bankruptcy in US history of MF Global whose CEO was top Obama advisor, and former Goldman Sachs CEO, and former Democratic Governor of New Jersey John Corizine. 4.) No major network has covered the Solyndra scandal that allowed $500 million in US taxpayer money to be swindled away by Obama regime cronies.
And in, perhaps, the most egregious example of how far “mainstream” journalism has fallen in the US was the ABC Television News Network morning show host George Stephanopoulos attacking Herman Cain over the sex allegation made against him…the “same” George Stephanopoulos who when he was a top aide of President Bill Clinton praised the “mainstream” media for keeping what they knew secret from the American people…and in his own words on page 267 of his autobiography “All Too Human,” “Most important, I wanted to keep reports of Paula [Jones'] press conference off television ... It wasn't a hard sell.”
In a country whose President, a former professor of constitutional law nonetheless, can take an oath to uphold the Constitution and then spend every waking moment trying to dig its grave, and who is now warned has become prosecutor, judge and jury in the targeted killings of any American citizen he so chooses, one can see clearing why China is now seeking to protect its vast oil wealth in the South China Sea and why Putin has called for a Eurasian Union to protect Russia’s energy future.
What remains to be seen is if Obama and the powerful Western bankers backing him can succeed in their plans to take over the entire world without plunging us all into total war…history says that they can’t…time will surely tell.
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Puppet Obama Vows to "Engage Heavily" In Asia-Pacific
by Laura Meckler and Tom Barkley via fleet - WSJ Saturday, Nov 12 2011, 9:08pm
HONOLULU—The United States and eight other nations agreed to the basic framework for an Asia-Pacific free-trade pact, President Barack Obama said on Saturday while vowing that the U.S. would engage heavily in the region on a range of issues.
"The United States is a Pacific power and we are here to stay," Mr. Obama said at a summit for business executives held on the sidelines of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, a gathering of 21 regional economies. "There's no region in the world that we consider more vital than the Asia-Pacific region."
His comments are the latest -- and highest-profile -- declaration by the U.S. that it is pivoting some of its attention to the Asia-Pacific region.
The president chose to host the APEC summit in Honolulu, his boyhood home town, to emphasize his own Pacific ties, and said he'll be touting American interests as he travels in the region next week. After Hawaii he travels to Australia, where he'll announce a new, permanent American military presence, and to Indonesia for a regional summit on security issues.
Administration officials argue that U.S. engagement in Asia holds direct benefit for Americans concerned with the economy, with potential to boost exports that support U.S. jobs. The engagement is also meant to counter China's influence in the region on both economic and security issues.
The crisis in Europe continued to cast its long shadow all the way to Hawaii. Mr. Obama on Saturday called for European leaders to do more to deal with their sovereign-debt troubles, though he also said he remains hopeful the global economy will bounce back stronger than before.
"I am cautiously optimistic we will get through this current crisis and we'll come out stronger over the next couple of years," Mr. Obama said at the CEO summit. He welcomed the progress made this week in Italy and Greece to move forward with government austerity plans, but said the broader European community must do more to fully solve the crisis.
"We're not going to see massive growth out of Europe until the problem is resolved, and that will have a dampening effect on the overall global economy," he said.
In working to strengthen ties to Asia, the most tangible sign of progress came with the announcement on "broad outlines" for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, trade deal, which the U.S. has been negotiating for two years with Singapore, Chile, Australia, Peru, New Zealand, Malaysia, Brunei and Vietnam. Japan moved to join the negotiations on Friday and Canada has signaled interest as well.
U.S. officials say they hope others in the region will join, but cautioned they will have to sign on to high standards the initial group already has set. The talks cover trade matters and other issues such as regulatory cooperation; opportunities for small and medium-sized businesses; and standards for worker rights and the environment.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership forms a key economic plank in Obama's push to demonstrate that the U.S. remains a dominant player in a region increasingly influenced by China. The talks are significant for the potential as a path to a future free-trade area with Asian and Pacific nations, a region that accounts for nearly 45% of global trade and incorporates some of the world's fastest-growing economies.
Mr. Obama said he was "confident we can get this done" and said the goal was to complete work next year.
The next step for Japan is to meet separately with all nine countries all in the TPP so they can assess whether the country is prepared to meet their standards. At the same time, negotiators will work on a parallel track to work to finalize a deal, said Mike Froman, deputy national security adviser for international economic affairs. Negotiators hope to have a legal text to review when trade ministers meet in the summer of 2012, he said.
Chinese officials suggested this week that they were waiting for an invitation to join the TPP talks. Speaking at the CEO Summit, Chinese President Hu Jintao acknowledged the U.S.-led talks on TPP were also a possible avenue for the country's trade goals.
But those comments weren't considered a serious signal of interest given that the pact seeks to strengthen labor standards, limit the role of state-owned enterprises and ensure market-driven innovation—conditions Beijing would find difficult to accept.
China has instead been pursuing an alternate path to integrate economies in the region centered on expanding a trade pact with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, an agreement that does not include the United States.
Responding to questions on stage from Boeing Co. Chairman Jim McNerney at the CEO summit, Mr. Obama said he believes there can be "friendly and constructive competition" with China. But he added Beijing must "play by the rules" and said China's currency policy presents a disadvantage to U.S. workers.
"This is something that has to change," Mr. Obama said, noting that most economists see the yuan as undervalued. He said "the U.S. can't be expected to stand by if there's not the kind of reciprocity in our trade relations."
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[The world 'eagerly' awaits a response from yellow dog, China and the toothless Russian circus bear; we hope the Americans give it to you where it hurts, could never countenance COWARDICE.]
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