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Are Israel, Syria, and Iran being used as primers for WW3 ignition?

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"The situation in Syria is just a warm-up before a real confrontation, which will draw Russia and China into action, believes Lawrence Freeman from the Executive Intelligence Review magazine."



Are Israel, Syria, and Iran being used as primers for WW3 ignition?
by W. Finnerty Fri Dec 09, 2011 09:29

"West's policy on Syria could ignite WW III'

"President Obama is acting on a British geopolitical plan to force a confrontation with Russia and China, a military confrontation of which Syrian and Iran would merely be the ignition point," Freeman explained. "But the real goal is a war to stop the progress that Russia and China are engulfed in."

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