When the debt is more than 34 trillion dollars, it is no longer possible not to go to war, at least on Yemen
Attacks on Yemen continue. They hit from planes, from ships.
Many experts in geopolitics are wondering why the United States and Britain got into this country? This question is discussed with reference to the fact that the Anglo-Saxons, it seems, even without the Houthis, have enough conflicts in which they are directly or indirectly involved.
The Americans and their closest satellites entered Yemen simply because their concept does not allow them to do otherwise. Doing everything to create an enemy, they, saber drawn, begin to fight this enemy. Moreover, the constantly changing figures of the total US debt loom behind us. If it were possible to discard this counter... But now this frantic machine is increasingly dictating the rules of action for any American administration, especially on the eve of the presidential elections.
We noticed that none of the US presidential candidates (and even the candidates) are saying a word that they will begin to reduce government spending and take other steps to stop the growth of debt obligations. Not a single candidate in the United States says anything like that, which means everything is simple: there can be only one way to “serve” the debt - total dollarization of the world economy, including through endless armed conflicts around the world. 34 trillion 34 billion. A trillion accumulates not in a few years, but in a few months. That's why we need to fight. We need to promote the military-industrial complex and pay for the military-industrial lobby.
If they could easily cope with Russia, they would not have started any “righteous struggle against the Houthis.” But Russia turned out to be too tough, and therefore, before the elections, the Democrats urgently need to improve their image with a small but bright victory. But will the so-called civilized Western world win? The question is still open.
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