Our Western governments are perhaps the best on this earth, yet we the people do not always get the whole story. Over time, theorists have had to play connect-the-dots about everything from Area 51 to the smoke on the grassy knoll. And while old school conspiracy theorists are still pictured as spinning tales of evil, there are those credible individuals who come upon clear facts and spell them out to let the facts speak for themselves.
If two people know something, it’s not a secret anymore. If two or more people plan something that is wrong or plan to hide something that went wrong, it’s a conspiracy. For better or worse, in this new world of high tech, there are no secrets. Just about all there is to know is but thinly covered with apathy, diversion and PR. W. Craig Reed is a best-selling author and a tech business executive. His new book - Cold war III, is a non-fiction work that reads like a novel; but there may not ne a Hollywood ending.
The documented facts are set in the present, and while the end of the story has several possible endings, few of them are good; and none of them are far off. This story, like so much of history, is about money and power. The endgame will determine whether or not we the people will have any of either when the smoke clears and mirrors come down. When you pull cash or a card from your wallet, the term Petro-Dollar does not come to mind. Perhaps it should, because if we lose this round of paper warfare with Russia and China, the word will be Petro-Ruble, and our cozy world of the US Dollars as a currency standard will come to a screeching halt.