German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Oct. 8 that the situation between the U.S. and Russia today is more dangerous than it was during the Cold War.
As he put it, “It’s a fallacy to think that this is like the Cold War. The current times are different and more dangerous.”
In the interview, Steinmeier discussed the Russian intervention in Syria, the standoff with the United States and the frozen but still dangerous confrontation over Ukraine. Any one of them, according to Steinmeier, could end up in military confrontations between the United States and Russia.
I was long worried about this, ever since I debuted the forecasts of my war cycles in December 2013. I said back then that the world would experience an environment of rising domestic and international unrest until at least 2020. And that forecast has been coming true in spades.
From Boko Haram to ISIS … to Ukraine and Crimea … to BREXIT and more …
ALL over the world, tensions are rising … leaders are blaming each other … and shooting wars are breaking out.
Thing is, it’s only going to get worse. Chief reason: We’re only about halfway into what I call the “Granddaddy of all War Cycles” — the 53.5-year cycle responsible for major international wars.
Stay safe …