Trump Forces Decapitate European Socialists As Australia Bunkers Up For World War III

An intriguing new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today discussing therecord purchases of Russian oil by the United States so they can keep their Gulf Coast refineries running, says the Ministry of Defence (MoD) assessment that the Atlantic Ocean sea routes for oil tanker shipments to reach the American Gulf Coast waters at this time remain secure, the same cannot be said about sea routes in the South China Sea—are sea routes through the South China Sea that annually carry over $5-trillion of global trade goods—and in what is being called a “Major Reversal Of Obama-Era Appeasement”, yesterday saw the United States officially declaring that the Communist Chinese claim to the South China Sea is “completely unlawful”—a declaration Communist China immediately responded to by warning the United States it was “inciting confrontation”—a warning then followed by Qantas Airways Limited, the flag carrier of Australia, whose vast majority flights traverse the skies over the South China Seaimmediately canceling all of its international flights until March-2021, and them saying this cancellation may extend to July-2021—a cancellation of these flights by Qantas not based war fears in the South China Sea alone, but what had also occurred in the European nation of the Republic of Poland the day prior—a Poland that held the first Western nation presidential election of the Covid-19 era that globalist-socialist forces had convinced themselves were to their advantage—though in what is being called a “bitter blow” to these globalist-socialist forces, saw pro-Trump national populist leader President Andrzej Duda winning a second term.

A win whose consequences of were noted by Harvard historian Richard Fernandez in his just published article “Will the Coronavirus Unleash an American Version of the Revolutions of 1848?”—wherein he noted that not unlike this present moment in time: “the greatest of all modern conflicts, World War II, began as a comparatively narrow European war initially involving only Poland”—a significant observation as World War II wasn’t just a catastrophic global conflict between nations, it was “a faceoff between two contending historical forces”—and like The Revolutions of 1848 following the potato failure, that “remains the most widespread revolutionary wave in European history”, the American Civil WarWorld War I and the 1939 war against Poland that “expanded into a global crusade against state tyranny”, no one yet knows what this present conflict between President Trump and his national populists against globalist-socialist forces will morph into—which is why historian Fernandez is saying to those listening: “Almost nobody correctly anticipates how long a faceoff between two contending historical forces will last…It can continue for far longer than politicians imagine…The petty disputes of our own time are destined to unfold into the great questions of the future…We just don’t know what they’ll be yet”…

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