This is what I saw coming! I have posted about a New Nation In The West that would be allied with Canada against the Evangelical South and their ally Russia. It is clear that Trump is the president of the evangelicals, only, and they are with him to the bitter end like they were with Jefferson Davis.
My kindred, John Fremont, was the General of the West. He was talking about forming a New Nation. Trudeau is approving of the move to Canada.
- The UK is threatening to tear up its defense alliance with the US after President Donald Trump’s Iran crisis triggered a rupture between the two countries.
- UK Defense Secretary Ben Wallace told The Sunday Times that the UK was looking to forge stronger alliances with other international partners that shared its priorities.
- He said the US under Trump risked withdrawing from its global leadership role.
- Wallace also said Trump threatened to tear up the US’s intelligence-sharing relationship with the UK.
In remarkably outspoken comments, UK Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said in an interview published Sunday that Trump’s isolationist foreign-policy stance had prompted the UK to look for alternative allies.
“I worry if the United States withdraws from its leadership around the world,” he told The Sunday Times.
He added: “The assumptions of 2010 that we were always going to be part of a US coalition is really just not where we are going to be.”
The comments came after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government distanced itself from the attack that killed Soleimani, with UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab labeling it a “dangerous escalation” that risked a conflict in which “terrorists would be the only winners.”
Wallace said the UK would need to reduce its dependence on US military assets.
“We are very dependent on American air cover and American intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance assets,” he said. “We need to diversify our assets.”
Wallace told the paper that the UK would increasingly need to turn to other allies that more closely shared the UK’s interests.
“Regardless of what the US does … we are going to have to make decisions that allow us to stand with a range of allies, the Five Eyes [intelligence partnership with the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand] and our European allies where our interests converge,” he said.