The American Sector – Overstretching of an Empire

By Patrick Poppel

The American sector currently has a lot to do and is very busy geopolitically. In addition to his main construction site in Ukraine, it has to keep Europe under control and now also react to the situation in Israel. This costs a lot of material resources and creates a major logistical problem. Although the United States has always been prepared to intervene on any continent, it has never had to carry out so many different tasks at once. We see now the overstretching of an empire. We have enough examples for this in the history of the world. The USA must remain strong both militarily and economically, but the BRICS alliance is not in America’s interest either. Even if Europe becomes less and less important to the world, we have to wait and see whether some European states leave the American sector before they sink together with the American Titanic. Just as we are told that the rats are the first to leave the sinking ship, so even states that we have always considered to be good allies of the USA can be the first to leave the sector. We are clearly living at the end of the American Age, it is only a matter of time before American power collapses.

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