As World is Distracted by Afghanistan, Germany and Japan Declare Independence 

The collapse of the post-war Western “globalist” regime is accelerating.  The U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan and much of the rest of the Middle East is just the beginning of the end for the Khazarian Mafia.  Perhaps the biggest overlooked story is regime change in Germany and Japan, their opponents during WWII.

This is not just about the resignation of German Chancellor Angela Hitler (Merkel) and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.  This is about these countries reasserting their independence for the first time since 1945 (see below for details).  Without Germany and Japan, the G7 will become the G5 and eventually the G0.

Of course, if you live in the ever-shrinking bubble of the KM corporate propaganda media, you will be told the U.S. is withdrawing from the Middle East in order to focus on China.  However, since the fake U.S. Biden regime depends on Chinese money for survival, they are trying to convince people that China is going to finance their war against China.

As Qin Gang, China’s ambassador to the United States told a group of U.S. “leaders” last week, the U.S. “government” is depicting China as “its rival and imaginary enemy, just like when Don Quixote tilted at windmills.”  https://www.politico.com/news/2021/09/01/china-new-ambassador-speech-508465

This nonsense is just part of what can only be described as chaos.  The tired old metaphor about running around like a headless chicken best describes the situation in the West now.

To understand how the G7 dominoes are destined to fall let us look at the real impact of what happened in Afghanistan.  Here is how a senior CIA official in Asia describes the situation:

“Don’t let this Afghanistan preplanned scenario get to you.  It is mostly all turned around by the MSM and their puppet masters.

For example, the prisoners that were released from jail were not terrorists or Isis.  They were political prisoners who were against the cabal that had been controlling the country for the last 20 years.

Now 90% of the opium fields were burned to the ground by the Taliban.  This has stopped the cash flow for the cabal/deep state.  They are very desperate now.   They cannot get cash from the Federal Reserve.  London is also not issuing any more cash.  The ECB is not printing any more cash as well…Watch for a big false flag.”

Speaking about big false flags, it is no coincidence that as the 20th anniversary of 9.11 approaches, we are seeing a systematic reversal of the neocon “Project for a New American Century” plan for world dominance it kicked off.

Let us look at Afghanistan again.  The real reason the U.S. invaded that country was to secure a pipeline and to protect heroin production.  Before the U.S. invasion, the Afghan government supported a plan by Argentina’s Bridas Corporation for a Chinese/Argentine/Turkmenistan pipeline.

When the Neocons controlling George Bush Jr.’s regime proposed giving the pipeline deal to the U.S. company Unocal, they were told it was too late and that a deal had already been signed.

The neocons famously responded, “if you do not accept our carpet of money, you will get a carpet of bombs.”  Then, as soon as the Americans invaded, Bush named former Unocal consultant Zalmay Khalilzad as his special envoy to Afghanistan.

Now the original Bridas/Chinese/Argentine/Turkmenistan plan is back in play. https://www.voltairenet.org/article213876.html

An alliance between Pakistan and China made this possible.  So now, Iran, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and India are all building their own pipelines in the central Asian region the neocons had tried to conquer.

So what did the Americans achieve after spending over $2.3 trillion on 20 years of war in Afghanistan?  Afghanistan is the world’s seventh poorest nation with 47 percent of the population living below the poverty line, while over 75% of the hopelessly corrupt former Kabul regime’s budget came from international aid. https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/escobar-forever-war-benefiting-afghans-follow-money

Remember though, Afghanistan was not a U.S. military defeat.  In those 20 years of war, only 2,448 U.S. troops died in battle there.  So the U.S., an economic superpower, with a population 10 times that of Afghanistan, was killing impoverished Taliban at a rate of about 100 to 1.  And yet they lost.  What this shows is that even if the military wins all the battles, if they do not have the financial backing and proper strategic goals, they will lose.  You can win all the battles you want but if your paycheck bounces, it’s game over.

The question now is what will the U.S. military do to stop all of their paychecks worldwide from bouncing after the September 30th fiscal year-end?

On this front, the White Dragon Society is setting up a meeting with the Asian Dragon family in…

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