The United States of America Corporation, now four months into its bankruptcy, is becoming increasingly dysfunctional and torn by infighting. This has left a power vacuum around the world and is raising the specter of multiple regional wars breaking out. Meanwhile, East-West negotiations to replace the U.S. corporation in D.C. with something more functional remain stalled as Asian representatives feign “health issues,” to avoid new talks. This could result in a combined U.S., Indian, Japanese and Russian assault against China if left unattended for too long, warn members of the Black Sun military order.
The rising international tensions come as the U.S. government is now withdrawing or reducing its military presence in Iraq, Afghanistan, Israel, Germany, and elsewhere. U.S. President Donald Trump is doing this due to a combination of failed campaigns, isolationism, and a lack of funds.
The biggest fallout of the U.S. disarray continues to be seen in the Middle East where a drawdown in U.S. forces is leading to a multi-pronged attempt to re-establish the Ottoman Empire. Turkey is now waging de facto wars of conquest (reconquest?) in Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Yemen. https://news.antiwar.com/2020/06/19/iraqi-kurdistan-may-become-a-proxy-battle-for-uae-and-turkey/
Turkish military sources say a deal has been reached with Iran to split the Middle East. Iran will get the Shia parts of Iraq and Syria. However, Turkey is engaged in a proxy war against Iran in Yemen, with the real prize being control of the Saudi Oil fields in the mostly Shia provinces bordering Yemen. Turkey is thus now de facto seeking control of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Libya, and Israel, sources say.
This grand plan can be seen unfolding on the ground. In Iraq, Turkey has responded immediately to the announced U.S. withdrawal by making a major incursion into Kurdistan. The endgame is to take over all of the Sunni parts of Iraq, Turkish sources say.
The Turks have also ousted warlord Khalifa Haftar from around the capital of Tripoli in Libya and are now targeting his home turf in Eastern Libya, where 70% of the nation’s oil reserves are located.
Since France’s economy depends in large part on Libyan oil (paid for with FIAT Euros) a French warship tried to stop a Turkish vessel from supplying arms to its forces in Libya last week. The result was that Turkish warships threatened a French warship with a missile attack three times before the French withdrew. The fact that two supposed NATO allies nearly started as sea battle shows just how much the de facto U.S. absence is destabilizing the situation. France asked for NATO help but it is not clear if NATO has an interest in helping that country continue its theft of Libyan oil. https://dailytimes.com.pk/627354/france-wants-talks-over-aggressive-turkish-posture-in-libya/
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu wanted to send a delegation of military and security officials to Turkey but “as…