David William Cameron resigned, Will Institutional Governance Escalate Terror?

Full image Economist the world in 2016
The BREXIT vote was declared a winner, and Conservative Party Leader and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David William Cameron resigned.
This institutional governance shake-up is a major event for the world hegemony.

Research the human condition over the centuries and notice distinct patterns:
Slavery and tyranny flow from overt to covert states under governing legislation.
Bluntly stated, I expect institutional governance to become more violent and authoritarian.
The old excuses will be deployed again to justify this behaviour, namely emergency, or war.
Those declarations have many varieties: monetary/fiscal/economic emergencies; political assassinations; false flag/terror; geological disaster/weather manipulation…

Yes, the “silent war” could enter a more forceful phase to coerce the masses to obey policy makers with the so-called “Full Spectrum Dominance” toolbox handy.
The threat exist for catastrophes to plague the world to justify Martial Law under the guise of crisis management.

 

2016 Police State

From legislative actions like the Patriot Act and the Enemy Belligerents Act (currently in committee) to continuity of government programs such as Rex 84 (formerly classified) and Presidential Directive PDD 51 (currently classified, even from Congress), all the “legal” precedents have been put into place to allow the Executive Branch to implement military oversight of civilian affairs, dissolution of Constitutional liberties, even the end of Miranda Rights and the right to a speedy impartial trial as protected under the Sixth Amendment. In some cases, government legislation allows for the rendition and torture of American citizens as combatants, all for the “greater good”, of course…Giordano Bruno

The iconic Gerald Celente has a popular phrase that summarize this very neatly:
Unfortunately, when all else fails, they take us to war.

All Wars Are Bankers' WarsIt always come down to this Monetary System.
The central banks have been coordinating the consensus for the restructuring or “reset” of the monetary system, while simultaneously managing the over-leveraged sovereign debt payments, and currency valuations along with the threat of currency wars as individual nations attempt to deal with their depressed economies and burdensome debts.

At some future calendar date the central banks will write off debts in an attempt to reset the system, but at a time of their choosing after their policies are in place with new institutions centralizing regional control. The E.U. is one of those regions in their designed world.

Do you remember this 1941 world hegemonic map from the previous world war:
1942 new world order zone map planYes, it is now known they drew up blocs of control for their world hegemony.
However, they also planned to federalize Europe into a “united states of Europe”, or what is now known as the European Union (E.U., and “Euro” currency union were the steps implemented via treaty to bypass the citizen vote requirement).

My immediate questions are how will they respond to the BREXIT vote and Cameron’s resignation?
And what is U.S./NATO/Russia/China/Japan doing militarily?

We know the globalists are given a mission and will not stop until the populous rise up to remove citizen consent/support to institutional governance.
But that is a future story about mass tax boycotts with work stoppage when citizens stop feeding the Beast.
When the “Starve The Beast” worldwide campaign gain grassroots support.
Meanwhile, share your awareness about institutional deception and seek the truth.
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U.S. Raise Yellow Alert To DEFCON 3

Hotspots: Syria/Israel/Turkey region, and Ukraine/Crimea/Poland/Belarus/Russia region

https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1181-michel-chossudovsky-dissects-americas-global-war/

Some related military strategic events:
21 June 2016 reports stated thousands of American troops have been taking part in a large-scale military exercise on NATO’s front-line state of Poland, which borders Russia, its close ally Belarus, and war-torn Ukraine. The war-message is unmistakable…

Superstation95.com reported:

“TROUBLE: U.S. Sets “DEFCON 3” — US to move forward with plans to attack Syrian President Assad and his forces; Russia Says it will “engage and destroy” anyone who tries!”

At 9:43 PM Eastern US last night (Sunday, June 19) the Armed Forces of the United States were reportedly ordered to set condition “DEFCON 3.” This is an extraordinary development and signals serious trouble, LIKELY requiring an expedited military response.
[…]
At 2:05 AM EDT June 20, “It’s official, there is some type of Crisis. Numerous, extremely high level officials arriving at Pentagon.”
[…]
At 3:00 AM EDT June 20, – “NATO Movements underway. Still no info about the actual nature of the “Crisis.”
At 4:23 AM EDT June 20, – We are beginning to receive information from our European sources that several fighter launches have taken place in Europe. Unknown if related to the current situation or for a drill.

U.S. and Russian forces are in the air, likely moving to control points. We have no reports of any engagements. Domestic assets are moving into defensive positions.

*{I do not have NATO details, however we should have our personal emergency plans ready. ~Ron}

Title: U.S IS NOW AT DEFCON 3 WW3 IN THE MAKING.
Video posted 20 Jun 2016

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RELATED:
https://ronmamita.wordpress.com/2013/11/25/full-spectrum-dominance-global-finance-weather-modification-and-geoengineering/
https://ronmamita.wordpress.com/2015/08/01/how-to-herd-people-into-new-world-order-institutional-governance-by-crisis-management/
https://ronmamita.wordpress.com/2016/03/22/21st-century-money-mafias-geopolitical-countdown-to-fireworks/
https://ronmamita.wordpress.com/2015/07/06/institutional-orders-are-to-hurry-up-follow-the-dmn-script/

NATO decides?
When fireworks begin…
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7 comments on “David William Cameron resigned, Will Institutional Governance Escalate Terror?
  1. RonMamita says:

    Just Spotted In Front Of The New York Federal Reserve Bank

    zerohedge Jun 15, 2016:
    Shredding the evidence?


    h/t @Dawson_JE

    BIG Money Can Be Very Unfriendly:

    Governments Define Citizens: Cash Cows, human capital, taxpayers, research specimens, eligible for animal training or human experiments…

    First Step Financial Terrorism!
    Just a small taste, to signal to politicians to follow orders.
    But our truth seeking research reminds us that the globalists’ hegemony always play the controlled opposition, so if the EU isn’t working out or the plan is bogged down then a war is a tool to sped up the pace with a sense of urgency. Is the escalation of the war imminent?
    Regardless, the central banks are ready:

    Mark Carney: Bank of England is ready for ‘new’ economy
    The Bank of England governor Mark Carney has made the following statement:

    “It will take some time for the UK to establish a new relationship with Europe and the rest of the world. So some market and economic volatility can be expected as this process unfolds, but we are well prepared for this. Her Majesty’s Treasury and the Bank of England have engaged in extensive contingency planning and the chancellor and I have remained in close contact including through the night and this morning. The Bank of England will not hesitate to take additional measure as required, as markets adjust.

    World stocks in freefall as UK votes for EU exit -Reuters

    Canadian Dollar Declines Most in 6 Years After U.K. Votes Brexit -Bloomberg news

    Markets live: UK now poorer than France as pound hits 30-year low

    U.S. dollar declines as Brexit vote begins -Chin

    U.S. markets drop sharply after ‘Brexit’ vote latimes

    US and UK futures clobbered as rolling Brexit results frighten investors -CNBC

    Title: EU referendum result – Statement by the Governor of the Bank of England
    Video posted 24 Jun 2016

    Godfrey Bloom, suggests that David Cameron and BREXIT opponents have been threatening and lying to justify remaining in the E.U. and the people are fed up with that.

    The above recorded discussion about the BREXIT as to how the bankers and money concerns could respond. I think you will be surprised.

    Title: Putin on Brexit No one wants to support weak economies
    Video posted 24 Jun 2016

    Title: BREXIT and The End of The European Union EXPLAINED
    Video posted 19 Jun 2016

    Title: Putin on Brexit: Russia wants to talk to a strong Europe
    Video posted 17 Jun 2016

    Title: How The German Police Arrested, Robbed and Beat Us Up For BREAD!
    Video posted 14 Jun 2016

    Title: BREAKING: Peter Thiel Goes On The Record About Bilderberg
    Video posted 11 Jun 2016

    Title: Brexit: The view from Moscow
    Video posted 20 Jun 2016

    Title: Last minute Brexit arguments get aggressive
    Video posted 16 Jun 2016

  2. RonMamita says:

    Brexit Wins! Cameron Resigns!! EUpocalypse Now!!!

    Published on Jun 24, 2016

    SHOW NOTES: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=19014

    Britain has voted to leave the EU! Cameron is stepping down as Prime Minister! The EUreaucrats are holding crisis meetings to avoid a EUpocalypse! No, this is not the end of the road, merely the beginning of the beginning. But let’s pause for just one second to celebrate a bit of good news.

    Prime Minister David Cameron Says He Will Step Down In October

    Politicians BREXIT Talk

    ‘We now need a Brexit government’, says UKIP’s Nigel Farage

    Merkel and Hollande ‘deeply regret’ Britain’s vote to leave the EU

    • RonMamita says:

      Markets Barks and Bites BREXIT Voters

      Jim Willie Collapse Warning: BREXIT Could DETONATE Deutsche Bank!
      Posted 24 Jun 2016
      Part 1 of a 2 Part Interview with Jim Willie

      Title: Brexit vs The NWO World Beyond Belief 193
      Posted 26 Jun 2016

      – Part 2 Jim Willie –

      Title: A Rather Quick Move Towards $1,900: Jim Willie Breaks Down BREXIT Impact On Gold Prices
      Posted 25 Jun 2016

  3. RonMamita says:

    Speaking About Militaries Around The World:

    u.n. flag
    Is this a fraction of the discussion to transition the U.S. military into a United Nations’ military force?
    More details are needed.
    Here is what clearly stood out:
    New York City June 17, 2016
    being here today at this important event.

    United Kingdom for its leadership in convening the upcoming Defense Ministerial Meeting in London,

    Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping, who has spearheaded this effort to dramatically increase the quantity and quality of peacekeepers made available to the United Nations.

    There’s no substitute for taking a clear-eyed look at the threats we’ll face, and asking how our force has to change to meet them. There is no substitute for leadership that recognizes the implication of new ideas, new technologies, and new approaches, and actually anticipates and affects those changes, actually affects adaptation.

    General Dunford’s presence here today is testament to how the United States – and in particular our military – is not only recognizing the evolving threats that we all face today, but also adapting so that we can effectively meet them. His presence here today marks the first time in history that a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has spoken at the United Nations.

    First time ever.

    the critical importance of building multilateral coalitions to address 21st century threats; threats that, by their very nature, cannot be confined to within national borders, or effectively confronted by any one nation.

    General Dunford was serving in Afghanistan – first as a leader of U.S. and NATO forces, and then as commander of the International Security Assistance Forces and U.S. forces in Afghanistan, ISAF

    the crucial role of UN peacekeeping in addressing 21st century threats; and the need for all of our countries to follow through on the commitments we made at last September’s transformative peacekeeping summit, which was convened by President Obama, and at which so many governments made important pledges.

    Under-Secretary Ladsous, Under-Secretary Khare, Ambassadors, General Messenger, General Maqsood, ladies and gentleman,

    enthusiastic about our collective efforts to enhance the capability and capacity of the United Nations to respond to the growing demand for peacekeeping operations.

    The current security environment has been described as the most complex and volatile since World War II

    challenges are increasingly trans-regional.

    45 thousand foreign fighters from 120 different countries have come to Iraq and Syria.
    [What about Ukraine, and Yemen?]

    conflict between states is not only trans-regional but also what we in the United States call multi-domain. That is involves simultaneous action on sea, on land, in the air, in space, and in cyberspace.

    we also see non-state actors involved in conflict that are able to leverage information, cyber capabilities, and sophisticated weapons.
    [Implying corporate & mercenaries/contractors?]

    need for multi-national cooperation in responding to conflict.

    the nature of UN peacekeeping missions has changed. Today, two-thirds of all blue-helmeted peacekeepers are serving in active conflict areas, a trend that in my estimation is likely to continue

    Military and Police forces under the UN Flag arein the Democratic Republic of the Congo
    in South Sudan
    in Mali

    there’s a growing need for women to serve as peacekeepers.

    Problems of ill-disciplined units conducting criminal acts, including sexual assault; problems with corruption and shortfalls in equipment

    they threaten our collective legitimacy and our effectiveness.

    I want to emphasize that U.S. military forces are prepared to be a part of the solution, from helping to develop the capacity of peacekeeping forces, to providing enabling capabilities, to assisting with reform.

    priority for me, the United States’ Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the entire U.S. Joint Force.
    [what response from the other permanent security council members i.e Russia/China?]

    commitment from our country and from the U.S.


    Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford

    Remarks by Ambassador Samantha Power and General Joseph F. Dunford at a UN Meeting on Peacekeeping:

    Ambassador Samantha Power
    U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations
    U.S. Mission to the United Nations
    General Joseph F. Dunford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    New York City
    June 17, 2016

    AS DELIVERED

    AMBASSADOR POWER: Thank you, so much. And thank all of you for being here today at this important event. Let me in particular thank the United Kingdom for its leadership in convening the upcoming Defense Ministerial Meeting in London, and the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping, who has spearheaded this effort to dramatically increase the quantity and quality of peacekeepers made available to the United Nations.

    Let me begin with a quote from our incredibly distinguished guest, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph F. Dunford. It is from a speech that the General delivered last week, at the commencement ceremony of National Defense University, which has helped shape generations of the United States’ leaders in national security. The quote is as follows: “There’s no substitute for taking a clear-eyed look at the threats we’ll face, and asking how our force has to change to meet them. There is no substitute for leadership that recognizes the implication of new ideas, new technologies, and new approaches, and actually anticipates and affects those changes, actually affects adaptation.”

    General Dunford’s presence here today is testament to how the United States – and in particular our military – is not only recognizing the evolving threats that we all face today, but also adapting so that we can effectively meet them. His presence here today marks the first time in history that a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has spoken at the United Nations. First time ever. And that reflects the understanding by the United States military – and in particular, by the General himself – of the critical importance of building multilateral coalitions to address 21st century threats; threats that, by their very nature, cannot be confined to within national borders, or effectively confronted by any one nation. This is a shift that General Dunford has experienced and practiced first-hand over his decades in service.

    To give just one example of the value he places on the sacrifices made by our partners to advance our shared security – and a clear demonstration of his character: when General Dunford was serving in Afghanistan – first as a leader of U.S. and NATO forces, and then as commander of the International Security Assistance Forces and U.S. forces in Afghanistan, ISAF – he made a point of writing an individual letter of condolence to the family of every fallen soldier in that effort, regardless of what country they came from. He made sure every letter was personalized.

    General Dunford has joined us today to speak, among other themes, on the crucial role of UN peacekeeping in addressing 21st century threats; and the need for all of our countries to follow through on the commitments we made at last September’s transformative peacekeeping summit, which was convened by President Obama, and at which so many governments made important pledges.

    It is the privilege of a lifetime to serve with General Dunford in the Obama administration. He is a leader known for his tactical and strategic intelligence, his humility, and his deep compassion. He has shown a unique ability to adapt to today’s evolving challenges and threats, and we are so very grateful he is here with us today on this historic occasion. Please join me in welcoming him.

    GENERAL DUNFORD: Well Ambassador Power thanks very much for the introduction, and more importantly, thanks for your leadership while representing us here at the United Nations. I appreciate that. Under-Secretary Ladsous, Under-Secretary Khare, Ambassadors, General Messenger, General Maqsood, ladies and gentleman, it’s an honor to be with you here this afternoon. When Ambassador Power asked me to join you, I jumped at the opportunity, because I truly believe in the utility of the United Nations peacekeeping. I’m particularly enthusiastic about our collective efforts to enhance the capability and capacity of the United Nations to respond to the growing demand for peacekeeping operations. Your commitment to maintain the momentum that we generated last September is reflected by your presence here today, and I want to thank all of you for being here and for focusing this issue. And I particularly want to echo Ambassador Power’s comments about the United Kingdom, and their leadership. And Gordon, my good friend, your presence here says it all.

    The current security environment has been described as the most complex and volatile since World War II – and frankly, I believe that. The challenges we face range from conventional conflict to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, from violent extremism to trans-regional crime, and the character of war has changed.

    Today’s challenges are increasingly trans-regional. The current fight against violent extremism is an example. We estimate that over 45 thousand foreign fighters from 120 different countries have come to Iraq and Syria. No nation today can turn away and consider violent extremism somebody else’s problem. We have many examples of how the fight can follow us home from fragile states in the form of terrorist acts and the mass migration of those seeking to escape violence.

    Similarly today, today’s conflict between states is not only trans-regional but also what we in the United States call multi-domain. That is involves simultaneous action on sea, on land, in the air, in space, and in cyberspace. And we also see non-state actors involved in conflict that are able to leverage information, cyber capabilities, and sophisticated weapons. In addition to the complexity of conflict, we see increased volume. In 2014 nearly 60 million people were forcibly displaced from their homes by conflict, and the commission for refugees estimates that violence will displace over 40 thousand people a day.

    Of course, I’m not suggesting that United Nations peacekeeping operations are a solution for all of that, but that brief description of the current environment highlights the growing need for multi-national cooperation in responding to conflict. No longer can conflict be considered something that is “over there.” While the international community must develop a wide range of capabilities to respond to today’s challenges, we already have a relevant and potentially very effective tool in the form of the UN peacekeeping. And I firmly believe that UN peacekeeping can play a major role in dealing with the human suffering associated with conflict and by continuing to improve our collective security.

    President Obama made that point last September when he said: “we know that peace operations are not the solution to every problem, but they do remain one of the world’s most important tools to address armed conflict.” Of course he’s also directed the U.S. military to do more in support of UN peacekeeping operations and he’s asked others to make a commitment to do the same.

    Just as the character of war has changed, the nature of UN peacekeeping missions has changed. Today, two-thirds of all blue-helmeted peacekeepers are serving in active conflict areas, a trend that in my estimation is likely to continue well into the future.

    A quick review of the ongoing peacekeeping operations highlights the wide range of conditions within which we’re operating today: Military and Police forces under the UN Flag are disarming violent rebels in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; UN peacekeepers in South Sudan are delivering humanitarian supplies and protecting over 100,000 innocent civilians; The UN observer mission in Lebanon is actively monitoring the ceasefire agreement in a volatile and challenging environment. And as day turns to dusk in Mali, peacekeepers wearing blue helmets are providing people with the security they need to return to their communities while preventing the return of violent extremists.

    I believe that these examples actually say as much about tomorrow’s peacekeeping operations as they do about today’s. And while we can be proud of what we have accomplished, we will get no credit tomorrow for what we did yesterday.

    To be successful, UN peacekeeping missions today and in the future must be capable of defending themselves, protecting civilians, and carrying out their mandate in the context of a very dynamic security environment. In short, to meet what I believe will be a growing demand for more complex peace operations, we’re going to need to adapt. Meeting the growing demand for a wide range of peacekeeping operations requires a robust set of capabilities and capacities. The needs are well known to this audience, they include: strong civilian and military leadership teams; staff capacity to design missions with clear objectives, end states, and measures of effectiveness; effective command and control; well-trained forces at the brigade, at the battalion, and at the company level; and appropriate enabling capabilities to include intelligence, air and ground mobility, logistics, counter IED capability, engineering, and medical capability.

    And of course, the foundation of any mission is quality, disciplined people with the right skills. And on this point, I’d like to highlight there’s a growing need for women to serve as peacekeepers. During my deployments to Iraq and later as the Commander of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan, I learned first-hand that women are an important part of an effective response to today’s challenges. Women not only add to the capability of our own forces, they have a unique ability to connect with local populations in areas of instability.

    As we move forward to increase the size and grow the capability of UN peacekeeping forces, we have to address the challenges that we’ve experienced in recent years. I think it’s clear to all of us that the UN’s record in this area has been mixed – and there’s a lot of reasons for that mixed record, but chief among them is the hard reality that UN peacekeeping missions deal with some of the most challenging and protracted issues on the planet. But while many of the challenges are due to the nature of the conflicts, there’s other challenges that should concern us all. Problems of ill-disciplined units conducting criminal acts, including sexual assault; problems with corruption and shortfalls in equipment cannot be blamed on the environment.

    While the missions will always be hard, we have to address the challenges that are within our control. And we have to do that because they threaten our collective legitimacy and our effectiveness. To much of the world’s populations, a soldier or policeman wearing a blue helmet and a UN patch represents their last best hope for safety and security, and we must work to ensure that image and hope isn’t diminished.

    Being candid about our challenges is not about finger pointing, addressing them is something that we have to do together. And today, I want to emphasize that U.S. military forces are prepared to be a part of the solution, from helping to develop the capacity of peacekeeping forces, to providing enabling capabilities, to assisting with reform. This is a personal priority for me, the United States’ Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the entire U.S. Joint Force. And the priority we place on UN peacekeeping operations is consistent with our view that these operations make an indispensable contribution to international security.

    Finally, I’d ask that all of us leaving here today do so with the commitment to make the ministerial meeting in London a success. And of course, success implies that we’ll maintain the momentum of the last year. Success implies that we’ll meet the commitments we have made and encourage new commitments. And we will refine our efforts to reform and enhance the capability, capacity, and professionalism of our “blue helmets.”

    Ambassador, ladies and gentlemen, thanks again for the opportunity just to share a few thoughts with you on UN peacekeeping operations. I hope my presence here today – and just those few words that I’ve shared with you – is a message of commitment from our country and from the U.S. Military. Again, we firmly believe that these missions play a vital role in international security, and reform and adaptation will allow us to be more effective in the future and meet what we see as an absolutely growing demand for the kinds and capabilities that UN peacekeeping missions offer.

    Thank you, very much.

    ###
    http://usun.state.gov/remarks/7340

  4. RonMamita says:

    Russia to act against NATO’s aggressive rhetoric:

    President Vladimir Putin says Russia will take adequate measures to counter NATO’s increasingly “aggressive rhetoric.”
    “NATO is strengthening its aggressive rhetoric and its aggressive actions near our borders,” Putin said in an address to the lower house of parliament on Wednesday.

    He said Russia must work to strengthen its combat readiness at a time when NATO is expanding and moving its infrastructure towards Russia’s borders.
    “In these conditions, we are duty-bound to pay special attention to solving the task of strengthening the combat readiness of our country.”

    Putin further called for the creation of an international security system void of “bloc-like thinking” and open to all countries.
    “Russia is ready to discuss this extremely important issue,” he said, adding that such proposals have been so far left unanswered by Western countries.

    Putin’s remarks come as the upcoming NATO summit in Warsaw in early July is set to put the “Russian threat” high on the agenda.
    […]
    Russia said it will create three new divisions in its southwest region to meet what it describes as a dangerous military buildup along its borders.

    Putin on accused the West of rejecting overtures from Russia to help tackle the common foe of “international terrorism.”
    The Russian leader was addressing parliament on the 75th anniversary of Nazi Germany’s attack on the Soviet Union.

    Drawing historic parallels with the 1930s, Putin said humanity now faced a danger of failing to withstand the fast-spreading threat of terrorism, just as it once failed to unite against the rising power of Nazi Germany.

    CHINA, Japan, and Philippines, in conflict over S. China Sea:

    Asia’s New Battlefield: The South China Sea Disputes

    Singapore – “The vast Pacific Ocean has enough space for two large countries like the United States and China,” claimed Chinese President Xi Jinping during his intimate retreat in Sunnylands with his American counterpart, Barack Obama, back in 2013. Optimistic about a new era of cooperation, Xi espoused a “new model of great power relations.” Three years on, the two superpowers are on a collision course in the South China Sea. […]
    United States Secretary of Defense Ash Carter’s speech was an attempt to provide unequivocal justification for America’s growing military footprint in Asia and its deepening security alliances with a wide array of regional powers. He boasted about Washington’s huge military qualitative edge, namely its new undersea drones, the Virginia-class submarines, and the new B-21 Long-Range Strike Bomber. Presenting America as a benign power, he lauded its willingness to share “most advanced capabilities to the Asia-Pacific” partners, particularly Japan and Australia.
    ____________

    Countries in Southeast Asia have “serious concerns” over recent events in the disputed South China Sea, an unusually strongly worded communique issued by their foreign ministers in China said.

    In a rare diplomatic slap in the face for Beijing — issued on its own territory — the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN -WEST Bloc leaning) offered a sharp rebuke over China’s actions in the waterway.

    A different event reported:
    In response to the recent moves made by the US in the South China Sea and by Japan through its growing involvement in the South China Sea and its participation in the Malabar Exercise 2016, China has made an aggressive overture by dispatching a navy warship Jiangkai I through the seas of Japanese-controlled Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea on 9 June 2016. China calls the disputed islands by the name Diaoyu. Either Japan or the United states has been administering the small group of islands since 1895 to which China started claiming its control since the 1970s. Although incursions by Chinese ships and aircraft have been increasing ever since the nationalization of the islands by Japan in 2012, this is for the first time that China has used a naval vessel instead of a Coast Guard or other state ship to venture near the islands.

    The Jiangkai I class warship crossed the ‘contiguous zone’ – an area within 24 nautical miles of the uninhabited Senkaku rocks, though outside the 12-mile limit considered territorial waters under the United Nations Law of the Sea Treaty.[ii] For Japan, there was thus no basis under UNCLOS to protest the Chinese ship, as there are no restrictions on passage through the Contiguous Zone. But because China does not recognize Japan’s claim over the Senkakus, the presence of a warship for the first time is being viewed as uniquely sensitive.

    Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told the reporters that “the government was deeply concerned by the Chinese move. We, in coordination with the United States and the international community, strongly demand that China not repeat such behaviours that unilaterally heighten tensions”.[iii] China has, however, denied the allegation and in a response to the Japanese complaint said that “The Diaoyu Islands…are Chinese territory.

    *The readers should foresee where this is heading.
    Below is a source that spells out a possible war scenario:
    Source: James Cogan

    Three weeks out from the July 2 election, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) has published a research paper titled Agenda for Change 2016: Strategic choices for the next government. ASPI strategists openly advise that the Australian government, during the next three-year term of parliament, will face the possibility that the tensions in the South and East China Seas could draw Australia into a full-scale war with China and result in attacks on the Australian mainland.
    Cover of the ASPI report

    The document states: “There’s potential that these disputes [in the South and China Seas], especially between the US and China, could spiral into conflict and involve Australia. Australian vessels operating with US forces in the region, as well as US forces stationed in Australia, would be at considerable risk of being attacked.”

    ASPI does not spell out how US forces in Australia could come under attack. There is, however, virtually only one conceivable way that the Chinese military could launch attacks on mainland Australia—with intercontinental ballistic missiles or nuclear weapons launched from submarines.
    […]
    The strategists and analysts who prepare ASPI reports are fervent defenders of the US-Australia alliance and supporters of American and Australian imperialist operations on a world scale. They are not warning of the prospect of war from the standpoint of opposition, but to insist that the Australian government commit ever greater resources to the armed forces. […]
    _______________________
    Back in June 13, news reports revealed:
    Joint war games by the U.S., Japan and India near the East China Sea are likely to “create frictions” in the disputed waters, a Chinese military expert says.

    Chinese military expert Du Wenlong said Saturday that the drill is aimed at the Diaoyu Islands, which Japan calls Senkaku, “to make the maritime and air space situations of the East China Sea worse.”

    During the maneuvers, modern military equipment will be used, with Japan’s warships practicing submarine hunting and anti-aircraft defense, military sources said.

    “If the three countries mount their advanced equipment in the region, their purposes are definitely to create more frictions in the disputed area,” Du said.
    […]
    China has repeatedly criticized US military presence in the region and suspects such drills are part of efforts to contain Beijing.

    The drill, known as Exercise Malabar and launched for the first time in 1992, used to be an annual military event between the US and India till 2015 when Japan joined it.

    Japan officially joined the war games for the first, a move seen as a reflection of Tokyo’s growing militarism and and its raising of the ante in the territorial dispute with China.

  5. RonMamita says:

    Mike Maloney: Over view of the BREXIT Markets

    Title: Brexit: The Big Picture – Mike Maloney
    Video posted 28 Jun 2016

  6. RonMamita says:

    I find that when the New World Order (NWO) is discussed, it is often viewed as a monolithic empire with centralized authority. Perhaps the mental image is a modern Roman Empire ruling the world with the U.N. Flag?

    Anyway my point and vision is distinctly more nuanced with their own documents providing evidence that they are implementing the world hegemony into a:
    “Disintegration of the 19th century political system”…
    “a world divided into smaller units, but organized and acting in common effort”…
    “It would consist of regional institutions under an international body of growing authority-combined so as to be able to deal with those problems that increasingly the separate nations will not be able to solve alone.”

    In other words, engineering these international crises are part of the plan to result in the implementation of the multipolar world that Russia, China. and the BRICS so often include in their speeches as opposing the U.S. (Western Bloc) uni-polar policy.

    Yes, I do see these E.U exits/BREXIT as part of that geopolitical agenda.
    That plan requires the U.S. dollar to lose some influence with crisis in the markets.
    The emergency management team will create the emergency and will be formed to authoritatively control the response!
    David Icke’s phrase is appropriate:
    “Problem, Reaction, Solution”
    Because it is all scripted and staged.
    The citizens are deceived with covert psyops worldwide.

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