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Examination of Growing Global Instabilities Stemming From Global Insecurities

Reader comment on item: The Perfect Police State
in response to reader comment: Usurping Ukraine's Autonomy While Attempting Purification of National Russian Social Society

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 22, 2022 at 17:04

If there is at least one aspect of this world attempting unsuccessfuly to transition away from the COVID (now) emdemic infections, the psychological implications are just as deeply rooted in those attempts to control whole populations as there are (were) variations in the physical afflictions that are still prevalent (though now somewhat muted) in mutations away from the original contagious version emanating from the Chinese sources.
While there is the extreme precaution in not fomenting conspiracies in regards to introducing theories of sinister actions of destabilizating long established governments based upon republican/democratic principles, it cannot be rulled out that exactly just that series of circumstances are now advancing their way around the globe and certain alliances are forming for those very purposes. Think not? Then explain the recent development of the destabilization of the Ukraine in a series of regional actions premeditated by the Russians. Coordinated with the Chinese rattling their missile launchers along with North Korea and Iranian Islamic Regime's attacks in Syria, where the Russians are as well; is this not simultaneously intriguing globally?
The alliances of these entities are not to be easily dismissed. More interestingly, the tolerance of the rest of the world in maintaining some kind of 'business' arrangement appears to be driving divergent attitudes towards what defenses are going to be necessary to keep the world from the approaching the third world conflagration. What will keep that from happening?


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