Source – veteranstoday.com
- “….America’s industrial base has become a rusted-out relic of what it once was. Today, the U.S. relies almost completely on imported goods, from microchips to antibiotics. This remains true when it comes to critical wartime necessities for both the maintenance and replenishment of munitions for a supply chain that would be crushed by global hostilities. A shortage of essential components would be a crippling blow to the U.S. and our adversaries know that ….Despite owning a large military-industrial complex, the Globalist friendly U.S. is in no position to fight World War III, much less be in it to win it”
A World War III Win is a Bridge Too Far for 21st Century Globalist America
Is USA able to fight and Win a World War 3? VT has Questions!
You have to wonder why the U.S. and NATO keep pouring billions upon billions of dollars into a Ukrainian/Russo war that could very well be won by the Russian military regardless. This is despite what you hear from the mainstream media about the Ukraine military successfully advancing on the Russians. They’re not.
With funding and support also coming from pro-Globalist billionaires like George Soros and an America that recently witnessed a humiliating military defeat in Afghanistan despite superior U.S. union-made products and state-of-the-art weaponry (much of which was left in the hands of the enemy), the U.S. in conjunction with NATO seem all too willing to prolong a war which, if financed and weaponized for too long, just might bring us to the brink of the nuclear annihilation. That’s a war no one wins.
According to a new article by author John Carter, he sees no scenario in which a Globalist American Empire can possibly win World War III. Here are some of his reasons.
Most conventionally minded Americans believe that the U.S. could win a new world war is because of the U.S.’s “global hyperpower.” Its military budget actually dwarfs the rest of the world’s militaries combined. The U.S. currently has in play a dozen carrier groups, nuclear-powered submarines that can make around-the-world dives twice over without surfacing, subs called “Boomers” equipped with nukes that in theory can wipe out coastlines in mere moments.
The U.S. also maintains bases just about everywhere along with the ability to defend them. Satellites in space can surveil something as small as your hand, while predator drone fleets can rain down destruction anywhere in the world from a desktop in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
This is, of course, a very impressive show of military might. Says Carter, “no one out there wants to pick a fight with that.” He goes on to say that no one in their right mind doubts that a “direct confrontation between great powers” would inevitably result in horrible and terrific devastation.
With that in mind, Carter contends that whichever powers are able to emerge victoriously from a “radioactive bubble,” it will likely not be the U.S. or more specifically, Washington, DC. One of the main problems begins with the GAE (Government, Administration, and Elections) war machine. The situation today is similar to that of World War II.
At the beginning of the war in 1939, Germany’s military was bigger, better trained, and more technologically sophisticated than its competitors. They had adapted “war-fighting doctrines” which would account for every advance in military high tech that had occurred after World War I.
But Germany’s problem came in the form of natural resources of which they had little. On the other hand, the U.S. which enjoyed many resources were able to put their vast made-in-the-U.S. industrial complex to work and was able to manufacture Sherman tanks inside retrofitted Model-T factories, by the dozens. Says Carter, the U.S. was able to bury the Reich with a “sheer mass of stuff.”
Today’s American Industry
Over the course of the past several decades, America’s industrial base has become a rusted-out relic of what it once was. Today, the U.S. relies almost completely on imported goods, from microchips to antibiotics. This remains true when it comes to critical wartime necessities for both the maintenance and replenishment of munitions for a supply chain that would be crushed by global hostilities. A shortage of essential components would be a crippling blow to the U.S. and our adversaries know that.
The reliance on an over-extended supply chain might not seem all that important in the short run, but when you consider that the U.S. is supplied with much of its electronics from China while semiconductors come from Taiwan, you begin to see the bleak picture. And in a time of global conflict, China would likely snatch Taiwan up rather quickly.
Rather than rely on natural remedies for the problems that ail them like good food and exercise, Carter claims that Americans have been “extensively poisoned with toxic foodstuffs.” Approximately one-tenth of the U.S. population is reliant on psychiatric meds, while at the same time, “potent recreational drugs” such as methamphetamine, fentanyl (which comes largely from China), and legalized pot, now run rampant. Plus, the average American is overweight and many are clinically depressed.
The U.S. Global Strategic Situation
Presently, the U.S.’s “global strategic situation” is standing in the abyss of a “great power war.” Like Eisenhower warned decades ago, the GAE will eventually have no friends that will want to come to its aid in a global conflict. After all, they are in it for the money.
The U.S. population, according to Cater, is somewhat “sick” in body and mind and has been “deliberately sickened” to make the population more controllable. What’s more, there is almost no social capital or cohesion to tap into, while the economy continues to falter in every way.
While the political divide hasn’t been this wide since the Civil War, the political leadership is largely corrupt and publicly despised. The “for-profit” mainstream media is not trusted. Military training standards have suffered greatly due to the injection of an “ideological madness” that seems to have destroyed everything in its path as Western society as a whole continues to decay.
Despite owning a large military-industrial complex, the Globalist friendly U.S. is in no position to fight World War III, much less be in it to win it.
Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.
Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world, and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist, and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.