Not content with provoking Russia into invading Ukraine, the West, with the United States and the United Kingdom as the biggest instigators, is stirring the pot in Serbia and encouraging Kosovo to open a new front in hopes of diverting Moscow from completing its Special Military Operation in Ukraine. This is not the first time that the Balkans plays a bit role in lighting the fuse that detonates a conflagration in Europe. When Gavrilo Princip assassinated the Archduke of Austria-Hungary on June 28, 1914, it sparked the ensuing “World War” pitting England, France and Russia against Germany, Italy and Austria-Hungary.
History does not repeat exactly. The current set-up pits Russia against most of Europe (except Serbia and Hungary) and the United States. If the tensions along the border of Serbia and Kosovo erupt into a shooting war, it will reinforce Moscow’s belief that the West is hell bent on destroying Russia and will make negotiations for peace impossible.
I was interviewed last week by Alex Pavic, a Serb, and our exchange has been broadcast on two separate shows in Serbia. Here is the first (it starts at the 1:26:49 mark):
Here’s the rest of the interview, which aired December 25 in Serbia. It starts at the 2:35:53 mark.
I don’t know about you, but I wake each day with a sick pit in my stomach. There are no adults leading the Western governments who have labored under the delusion that they have Russia cornered and reduce it to a pauper. I believe we are witnessing the end of Pax Americana. Americans are pretty parochial and certainly do not see themselves as an imperial power intent on ruling the world. But the political class that infests Washington, DC certainly believes it has the sole right to impose its will on the world. The wake up call that will come with the collapse of Pax Americana will shake the United States to its core and a new world order will emerge. I hope it does not come from a massive bed of smoldering embers.
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