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This crucial, largely unreported fact in the air supersedes rhetoric from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Pentagon head James “Mad Dog” Mattis, who previous to Bannon’s exit were stressing “strong military consequences if North Korea chooses wrongly”. “Mad Dog” Mattis once famously said it was fun to shoot Taliban fighters.“Known unknowns” Don Rumsfeld was more realistic; he moved out of Afghanistan (toward Iraq) because there were not enough good targets to bomb.
After calling it quits once again with the High Heeled Shoes hitmaker, Pete Wicks finally made amends with gal pal Chloe Sims on Sunday night's The Only Way is Essex finale in an emotional heart-to-heart which left viewers in tears.She shared: 'All I needed you to do was back me up once. I was in the wrong, and I made the wrong choice, but I made it because I was in love with someone.Telling it how it is: Tearing up, she also explained why she didn't want to forgive and forget so quickly as she was left reeling after he failed to stand up for her when it came to his ex Megan. I’m only human, Pete' Honest: Attempting to defend himself, Pete insisted that his decisions were down to being in love but now reflecting on the situation he wanted to apologise to his pal and tell her he was in the wrong'Whether you can forgive me for that, I don’t know.Hunger Games apart, the rhetorical war in the Korean Peninsula did decrease a substantial notch after China made its position clear.According to a Beltway intel source, that shows “the US and Chinese militaries, as the US and the Russians in Syria, are coordinating to avoid a war”.No wonder the KCNA insists on a possible “catastrophe”. The Global Times reasonably argued that “if South Korea really wants no war on the Korean Peninsula, it should try to stop this military exercise”. A China-North Korea mutual defense treaty has been in effect since 1961.
Under this framework, Beijing’s response to Trump’s “fire and fury” was a thing of beauty. But if the US launches a Mc Master-style pre-emptive attack, China intervenes – militarily – on behalf of Pyongyang.
Evidence may have been provided by a very important meeting last week between the chairmen of the US and Chinese Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunford and General Fang Fenghui.
They signed a deal that the Pentagon spun as able to “reduce the risk of miscalculation” in Northeast Asia.
What Russia and China want for Afghanistan – yet another node in the process of Eurasia integration – is not much different from what Russia, China and South Korea want for North Korea: increased connectivity as in a future Trans-Korean Railway linked to the Trans-Siberian.
Pepe Escobar is the author of Globalistan: How the Globalized World is Dissolving into Liquid War (Nimble Books, 2007), Red Zone Blues: a snapshot of Baghdad during the surge and Obama does Globalistan (Nimble Books, 2009).
Among the prodigious fireworks inherent to his departure as White House chief strategist, Steve Bannon nailed it: “There’s no military solution, forget it.