Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
Via Arlin’s Report.
For your information.
America’s decline is, as Anoop Verma says, probably irreversible:
Due to the excessive projection of American military power, many nations (including those in Europe) could not build their own military might — they became dependent on America and could not develop a regional balance of power. As the American economy and culture continue to decline (a process that I believe is irreversible), America will be forced to cut down its military expenses. The disappearance of American military power will create in several parts of the world a geopolitical vacuum, which other powers will rush in to fill. This could lead to a series of new conflicts which could go on for decades.
But a precarious, dying empire’s last graspings at power and security can be very dangerous.
A note of caution: the extent of American military predominance also includes secret/top-secret installations — of technology such as the fabled 20-foot-long/one-foot-diameter…
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