Recently, a senior NATO official predicted a war, and shared his thoughts with former NSA intelligence analyst John Schindler, according to Paul Joseph Watson.
The prediction says that there is going to be a war this summer, but a relatively good thing is that it may not be nuclear.
Schindler posted this prediction online, and soon after it was posted, it was retweeted more than 400 times. However, that wasn’t enough to attract attention of mainstream media, which was unexpected giving the fact that Schindler is a former U.S. Naval War College lecturer, known of his reputable connections with military officials.
It is not quite clear what made a senior NATO official think that there is going to be a war soon, but growing tensions between the United States and Russia could be the possible reason.
There is a possibility that this prediction was actually a carefully composed warning from NATO sources.
However, the tension between these superpowers is evident. The actions of one side usually have provoking effect on the other side. For example, Russia responded to NATO’s exercise near its borders by conducting its own war games in the Mediterranean Sea, in a cooperation with China.
Additionally, NATO participates in 12-day fighter jet exercises in Europe, along with the United States, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Finland, Norway and Sweden.
Tensions between the US and Russia are not the only thing that raises a question about the war as a possible outcome. There are also tensions between the US and China, over territorial disputes in the South China Sea. China even requested several times that the U.S. surveillance planes leave the air space over the South China Sea.
A billionaire George Soros agrees with the idea of possible war. According to him, economic collapse in China could cause a worldwide conflict. He also stresses that the threat of the third world war will be real if China and Russia become allies.
Last September, Chinese PLA Professor Han Xudong warned of the Ukrainian crisis as a potential war trigger.