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Kerry is odds on favorite for Secretary of State. He'll sail through Senate confirmation. He's no better than Rice. His less confrontational style hides his imperial agenda.

Clinton wants planning time for 2016. She hopes to be America's first woman president. If successful, she may exceed the worst of Obama. He outdid George Bush. He's got four more years to continue waging war on humanity.

Clinton's style reflects bullying, bluster and imperial arrogance. She's contemptuous of rule of law principles and democratic values.

She abhors peace and stability. She favors violent confrontation and wars. She and likeminded officials want all independent governments replaced by pro-Western puppets.

She's a war criminal multiple times over. She's arguably America's most shameless ever secretary of state. 

She's clearly the most brazen. Her language and attitude exceed the worst of Cold War rhetoric.

Her take-no-prisoners thinking, character, and demagoguery reveal a woman addicted to self-aggrandizement and diktat authority. 

She relishes death, destruction, and war spoils. She wants her piece of the pie. She's indifferent to human suffering. She's a monument to wrong over right. 

She's a disgrace and embarrassment to her country, position and humanity. Many others in Washington on both sides of the isle reflect likeminded policies.

No matter who hold State or other top cabinet posts, US policy stays unchanged. It's hardline, imperial and ruthless. It threatens humanity. Unless stopped, it may end it in mushroom-shaped horror.

Warrior states usually overreach. They become victims of their own extremism. Given today's super-weapons, they can end up destroying the world to control it. The possibility is real and frightening.

NNC: How might Kerry differ from Clinton on EU, Russia and China policies?

Each reflects the other. Their style alone differs. Policies remain unchanged. Confrontation with Russia and China appear possible. It's hard imagining America wants war. Anything ahead can happen. Events at times spin out of control. 

China calls enhancing America's Asian footprint highly provocative.

Russia feels the same way about offensive US missiles near its borders. 

It's furious about Washington wanting super-weapons. It seeks them for unchallenged global dominance. It wants enough power to bully the rest of the world into submission. 

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