Chief economists and political analysts claim that the United States have already unleashed war against Russia and China.
Former White House official Dr. Philippa Malmgren - former presidential adviser and member of the US President's Working Group on Financial Markets - asserted it last December:
"I was recently at a meeting with a lot of very senior people from the defense community, and their view is that we are already in a nose-to-nose confrontation with China and Russia. But these are being conducted through cyberspace rather than through traditional conventional weapons".
An adviser to the US government Scott Borg, CEO of the US Cyber Consequences Unit also says that the United States have already started launching widespread hostile cyber warfare against Russia, China and Iran.
The US has already admitted deploying cyber-warfare against Iran's nuclear power plant.
The same concerns are expressed by Ron Paul, Paul Craig Roberts, one of the most influential political thinkers in the world, and Mark Galeotti, a Full Professor of Global Affairs at the Center for Global Affairs at New York University.
American, British, Polish and Russian experts warn that continued fighting in Ukraine might lead to a nuclear war, that could wipe each other out.
China has already warned the US to stop its Ukrainian proxy war against Russia.
China and Russia have said that an attack on Iran or Syria will be considered as an act of war against the Bear and the Dragon.
On the other side, a former high-level Commander in the German Army notifies, "NATO is formed out of 28 states, if just one of them gets involved into a conflict with Russia, the contract obliges all of them to assist. And out of a sudden we get a third world war. The only way to prevent it is if the people rise and say: Russia had to mourn more than enough victims in WWII, do you really want to start a war again?"
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