How the United States Planned the War and Energy Crisis in Europe

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A document signed by an American think-tank, under the opening title “Weakening Germany, Strengthening the United States,” notes that there is an “urgent need” for an influx of resources from abroad to sustain the American economy in general, but “particularly the banking system.” According to the think tank, the main obstacle to this ambition is the growing independence of Germany. The report notes, among other things, that Brexit gave Germany greater independence and made it more difficult for the United States to influence European governments’ decisions.

The main goal that permeates this cynical strategy is, in particular, the destruction of cooperation between Germany and Russia, as well as France, which is seen as the greatest economic and political threat to the United States. The document states that “only European countries bound by the commitments of the European Union and NATO can provide us with these commitments without significant military and political costs to us.” And “if this scenario is implemented, this scenario will eventually turn Europe into not only an economic competitor, but also a political competitor to the United States.”

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