Rendezvous with Reality in 2016

Changes of administrations usually mark dicey times in American foreign policy. But transitional hazards will never be greater than in 2016.

Over a span of just a few months in mid-1945, new president Harry Truman lost all trust in Soviet Union strongman Josef Stalin — in a way that Truman’s predecessor, the ailing Franklin Delano Roosevelt, never had during nearly four years of World War II.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Our enemies always overextend or otherwise go too far and Newton’s Third Law comes into play. After World War II began, Britain’s heavy losses forced out Chamberlain and brought in Churchill, who had been previously damned as a war mongering extremist.

  • Brett_McS

    Dust off the Reset Button!

  • simus1

    Bill and Hill Quisling will probably campaign at great length on their unmatched presidential closeness to all the biggest movers and shakers in Beijing.

  • Cat-astrophe

    It’s all just the “NWO” taking shape as advertised.
    And just like WW1 and 2, there a lot of peons available to head to the front(s).