A new world order is being created, but it isn’t here. While the US, Canada and Europe squabble and promote division in every corner of the world, there is a quiet, under-reported affiliation that is taking root. China, Russia, India, Brazil and South Africa are forming an allegiance of cooperation and growth. While they may have tensions, they are attempting to rise above those age old embitterments and focus on something far more important – patriotic commitment.
What would happen if the US blew a giant hole in its relations with China?
As the second largest economy in the world, China is at the forefront in growing internal relations, trade, and a more diversified economic profile as oil has remained relatively flat. While the US continues it’s bizarre strategy of making unproven claims regarding a hack as being fomented by the Chinese government, and puffing their proverbial rooster chest at the South China Sea, the Chinese continue their strategy of the tortoise and the hare.
The BRICS do have power, and it is growing. Who are they opposing? NATO, UN, The World Bank and the IMF. These outdated, corrupted agencies are set to fall as a re-organization of power shifts.
NATO: China, Russia, Brazil, India and South Africa are not members of NATO.
UN: China and Russia have recently aligned in their stance within the UN. Their agenda? Sovereignty. The right of other countries to not have the will of the UN or other countries placed on them via regime change and/or orchestrated coup. Unfortunately, Samantha Power used that statement by Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, as a stage to tweet, “Too often govts use it (sovereignty)as a shield behind which they commit atrocities—WW2&Rwanda show peril of looking away.” In other words, Samantha Power arrogantly implied that Wang was lying and that the US is simply policing countries for their own good.
This does not make for a good allegiance with China and speaks volumes at the lacking integrity of Samantha Powers as a person in a position of power. She has no clue what diplomacy means.
World Bank: The BRICS are slated to open their alternative to the World Bank this year – New Development Bank. The purpose is similar to the World Bank but with a redistribution of power to the founding members. The NDB comes on the heals of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) which was also established by the BRICS. Despite scoffing by the US, the AIIB has pulled in 57 members including; Most of Europe, The Middle East, South America, Most of Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Pakistan and The Philippines. Three notable nations have refused – US, Canada and Japan.
By holding to ideologies that belong in antiquity, the US has managed to propel itself into a spiraling decay of power. A short sighted view, by not becoming a member nation, the US can now never hold the same member power in the AIIB even if it later decided to join.
IMF: The US, UK, Germany and France combined hold about 32% of all the votes in the IMF. Despite China’s attempts to gain greater voting power, ultimately, they felt snubbed. And as we speak, China is pressuring the IMF to recognize the yuan as an international currency on par with the dollar and euro.
While the US fallback is to demonize, the world is changing and the American public is left uninformed, puppets in the hands of the masters. Russia is and has been a diversion. The Middle East is in the midst of a re-organization proxy for the takeover by Saudi Arabia. Creating more demons than allies the US will be left with a bankrupt NATO, IMF, UN and World Bank. Focus on a demon and watch as the US slides down an economic hole from which there is no recovery.
Reading comments by Soros, his opinion varies nearly month to month. From a stance of arrogance, to a stance of China being the model world government, to warning of a China meltdown, to recommending joining China, to investing in Chinese stocks, to instigating protests in Hong Kong, to a stance of predicting WWIII. Ultimately, the US was always the greatest obstacle to Soros’ agenda for a One World Order.
While Nero watched, Rome burned.
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I think the dangerous thing for the world is that as the US feels it’s steadily losing control of world markets and the world economy, it seeks to compensate with its military and political strength. I fear that the US tend to seek conflict as a way of ensuring its predominant position. This would be damaging for the world in so many ways. I think we have already been seeing this in the Middle East and the focus is gradually shifting to Russia, with China lined up in the distance. One name for it is the ‘Wolfowitz Doctrine’. There is a wilful misinterpretation of all economic progress of a potential rival as aggressive power mongering.