Bring It On, Russia and China

Bring It On, Russia and China

by | published September 8th, 2018

Elementary school geography taught me that there are seven continents on planet Earth and that each one has many countries (excluding Antarctica, of course)

Middle school social studies taught me more about the people of these countries.

High school history taught me about certain countries’ relations with each other.

But it’s my career in intelligence, politics, and energy that gave me a crash course in most countries’ politics and policies, and how they determine the way the world spins.

After traveling to more than 29 countries, advising for dozens of governments on a variety of subjects, and being directly involved in country relations, let me tell you, geopolitics are more complicated than ever.

In South America, Venezuela is at odds with many of its neighboring countries as it struggles to stay afloat in a sea of hyperinflation. Citizens are fleeing in droves to Colombia, Brazil, Peru, and other South American countries, seeking a more tolerable and livable economy.

In Europe, Britain is stumbling out of the European Union in a process known as “Brexit,” while Russia is suspect in several incidents of deadly poisonings.

In Asia and Africa, the turbulent Middle East is continuing an escalating Syrian civil war, drawing in surrounding countries like Israel, Iran, the U.S., and several others, while Turkey is rapidly heading directly into hyperinflation territory.

That’s not to mention the secretive military actions that China has been taking up recently in the South China Sea, and the growing tension between North and South Korea.

Here in North America, things are heating up, as the U.S. tends to have beefs with at least one country in other continents.

Impending sanctions on Iran has heightened tensions between America and the Middle East, and despite a peace summit, relations between America and North Korea haven’t warmed up.

This could impact every single American (but the media is strangely silent)

However, these are paltry compared to what’s brewing between the U.S., Russia, and China…

Tag Teaming On a Global Scale

Only a few days ago, news broke that Russia has begun extensive military exercises the like of which we haven’t seen since the Cold War.

That wasn’t what made U.S. officials nervous, however.

The fact that Russia has teamed up with China for these exercises was what definitely raised some alarm bells.

Russia and China have historically had difficult relations with the U.S., to say the least.

The Cold War, for instance, was the main conflict between the former Soviet Union and America, as we battled for dominance in who had the most nuclear weapons.

And while the U.S. has had a decent trading relationship with China, these days, conflict in the South China Sea has soured some of that historic goodwill.

So, when these two countries team up, it’s not terribly difficult to determine who their common adversary might be.

However, we’re not about to sit back and watch these two world powers join together without doing anything.

In fact, in the brewing 21st century Cold War, sitting back is the last thing on our agenda…

We Have Access to the Most Powerful Superweapon Ever Developed

See, the U.S. government has an ace up its sleeve, and it is pouring money into the industry as fast as it can.

Nuclear weapons may have been the conflict of choice back in the 1950s, but as we move ever deeper into the age of information and technology, the possibilities are becoming more and more sophisticated.

Possibilities that are becoming reality these days.

There is a tiny, unknown company based down in Alabama that has a facility only 88 miles southwest of Washington, D.C.

In that facility, they’re making engines.

Not just any engines.

These are engines that power the most powerful superweapon we’ve ever developed.

We’ve dubbed it Operation Hyper-X, and it could render nuclear weaponry completely obsolete.

Not only are we not afraid of Russia and China…

But we’re effectively telling them to bring it on.

Because this weapon can travel 20 times faster than the speed of sound, and could effectively demolish a nuclear weapon before it even left the ground.

The Pentagon has already announced a stunning 136% increase in spending for this technology, which will allow this tiny Alabama company to completely explode in profit potential.

And you could get in on it.

My colleague Michael Robinson has all the details you need to learn how to profit from this remarkable technology.

Just click here to learn more.



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