“Let Maas’s new world order of multipolarity and balance ring out. It’d save America much money and many lives, being able to hand off some responsibilities to capable allies. Unfortunately, though, the Germans are kidding themselves if they believe they’ll be able to achieve this in Europe – not without a great power backing their play (and that great power is notFrance). They will be forced to choose between the United States and Russia. I suspect that Berlin will ultimately end up in the United States’ camp.”
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Brandon J. Weichert Discusses Strategic Culture, Russia, and Johnny Carson
In this video, geopolitical analyst and Contributing Editor to American Greatness, Brandon J. Weichert, joins Chris Buskirk on the Seth & Chris Show to discuss everything from Johnny Carson, to Cultural Marxism in schools, to creating a northern alliance consisting of the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Russia to compete against China.
Where Is Paris In the Moscow-Berlin Axis?
France has an independence streak that cannot be cowed. Anyone who tries to will suffer the consequences. Macron should remember this when seeking to implement Frau Merkel’s economic reforms–as should Putin, when seeking to incorporate France into a new alliance.