Die von Russland angeführte Eurasische Wirtschaftsunion und China arbeiten weiter daran, den Anteil von Fremdwährungen im gegenseitigen Handel zu verringern. Hohe Beamte betonen jedoch, dass der Schritt nicht aus politischen, sondern Sicherheitsgründen realisiert wird.
As today’s world teeters on the brink of a financial collapse greater than anything the world experienced in either 1923 Weimar or the 1929 Great depression, a serious discussion has been initiated by leaders of Russia and China regarding the terms of the new system which must inevitably replace the currently dying neo-liberal order. Most recently, Vladimir Putin re-initiated his January 16, 2020 call for a new emergency economic conference to deal with the looming disaster based upon a live session with representatives of the five nuclear powers of the UN Security Council.
This new system as we have seen promoted by the likes of the Bank of England and leading technocrats over the past year, is based upon an anti-Nation State, unipolar system which typically goes by the term “Green New Deal”. In other words, this is a system ruled by a technocratic elite managing the reduction of world population through the monetization of carbon reduction practices under a Global Government.
No matter how you look at it, a new system will be created out of the ashes of the currently dying world order. The question is only: Will it benefit the oligarchy or the people?
In order to inform the necessary decision making going into this emergency conference, it is useful to revisit the last such emergency conference that defined the terms of a world economic architecture in July 1944 so that similar mistakes that were then made by anti-imperialist forces are not made once more. (…)
“Major movers” such as China, Russia and the European Union have a strong “motivation to de-dollarize,” said Korin, co-director at the energy and security think tank, on Wednesday. “We don’t know what’s going to come next, but what we do know is that the current situation is unsustainable.” – Anne Korin, Institute for the Analysis of Global Security. Irrespective…
Moskau und Peking haben ein Abkommen unterzeichnet, um im bilateralen Handel weiter auf nationale Währungen umzustellen und die Abrechnungen in Yuan und Rubel um bis zu 50 Prozent zu erhöhen. Damit verstärken sie ihre Bemühungen um eine Abkehr vom US-Dollar.
Tensions in the Persian Gulf are reaching a point of no return. In recent weeks, six oil tankers have been subjected to Israeli sabotage disguised to look like Iranian attacks to induce the United States to take military action against the Islamic Republic. Some days ago Iran rightfully shot out of the sky a US Drone. […]