Sweden´s army chief warns of WWIII in Europe within a few years.
Infowars 27 Jan. 2016: “The global environment we are experiencing which is also demonstrated by strategic decisions [taken by politicians] leads us to the conclusion we could be at war within a few years”.
Sweden, which has not officially been at war in over 200 years, will soon be pulled into a European conflict according to an internal army document sent to soldiers and civil servants ahead of army manoeuvres next week.
Citing the situation in Sweden, the recent decisions of domestic politicians, and global instability, the chief of the Swedish army General Anders Brännström told men under his command they could expect to be fighting a war in Europe against skilled opponents “within a few years”.
False flag operations and here in France used to introduce total police state
Global Res. 26 Jan. 2016: On Friday, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reaffirmed initial Socialist Party (PS) statements after the November 13 terror attacks in Paris carried out by the Islamist State (IS, or Daesh), that the current state of emergency in France must be made permanent “until we can get rid of Daesh”.
The Socialist government has the backing of most French people for the emergency measures and the wider use of nationality-stripping, opinion polls show. But leftists protest.
Photo from 29 Nov. 2015 protests against Climate summit.
“In Africa, in the Middle East, in Asia we must eradicate, eliminate Daesh, it is a total and global war that we face with terrorism. … We will have to live for decades or for many years with this menace or this threat and that’s why it’s a war. There are many generations that will have to live with this and the crisis will have to be managed in north Africa and the Middle East.”
The biggest Norwegian bank, DNB ASA, to entirely abolish cash for its clients
DWN 27 Jan. 2016: In an interview in the newspaper VG (Verdens Gang), Trond Bentestuen, head of the the biggest Norwegian bank DNB ASA, said the bank is completely doing away with cash for its clients. “Norway does not need cash.” Interesting are the details of his reasoning: Bentestuen said: “60% of the money in circulation in Norway, is beyond our control.” He said it was reasonable to assume that this money is circulating in the money laundering.When astonished VG asked, if this means that 30 billion NKr thus seep into the underground economy the banker admitted that it is only partly a matter of black money. Bentestuen: “A portion of that money is with people in their mattress. This money we do not see.
“With this statement Bentestuen gives an indication of what lies behind the cash-elimination: The banks have come under pressure due to the global economic crisis and will secure access to the assets of the bank clients.