For decades the US dominated the world, if necessary by means of regime changes, wars and since 911 the so-called ‘War on Terror’. Russia and China, to the chagrin of the US (and the EU), chose their own way to a new world. Given their hunger for power and dominance there is no place for the US in this new world, ‘Sorry America, but you’re not in it’. If that should be the case, I don’t know. Judge for yourself after reading this document and the annexes.
Earlier I wrote about the US role in the world, a.o. here and recently here, and I also dared to write a column about a new world order, sometimes abbreviated as NWO. With the latter one might end up very quickly in the ‘conspiracy’ corner but I had to think about it when I saw the title of the following article (from which the above picture):
‘Russian Actions in Syria Part of Radical Remaking of Global Order: A New World Awaits‘ (I use the color of the link, later in this document when I refer to this article).
In my column ‘Where would we be without The United States of America‘ I wrote that the US is not at all fighting a ‘War on Terror’ but oil interests and power is their motive. From another source I wrote (quoted) about the oil interests:
In 2009 … Assad refused to sign a proposed agreement with Qatar that would run a pipeline from the latter’s North field, contiguous with Iran’s South Pars field, through Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria and on to Turkey, with a view to supply European markets – albeit crucially bypassing Russia. Assad’s rationale was “to protect the interests of [his] Russian ally, which is Europe’s top supplier of natural gas.
Instead, the following year, Assad pursued negotiations for an alternative $10 billion pipeline plan with Iran, across Iraq to Syria, that would also potentially allow Iran to supply gas to Europe from its South Pars field shared with Qatar. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the project was signed in July 2012 – just as Syria’s civil war was spreading to Damascus and Aleppo – and earlier this year Iraq signed a framework agreement for construction of the gas pipelines. The Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline plan was a “direct slap in the face” to Qatar’s plans.
I also wrote about the power hungry US, citing an article (in Dutch) in which the so-called Wolfowitz doctrine is mentioned, here (in Dutch) and here (in English). From that article the following quote:
‘Those plans are to the effect that the United States has a unique role in the world and must be able to enforce that dominant status with regime change manoeuvres and use of military force. ‘It is our priority to avoid the rise of a new rival on the former territory of the Soviet Union or elsewhere’, is an oft-quoted statement from 1992 by Paul Wolfowitz’.
The so-called ‘War on Terror’ is ‘just’ part of the plan, a ‘tool’ in the battle for oil and power. In the following video General Wesley Clark tells about a conversation he had in the Pentagon immediately after the 9/11 attacks.
The power of the US appears to crumble with the rise of Russia (after the fall of the Soviet Union) and China. One way to stop that, as I also understand from this article, is to have full control over the oil and gas resources in the Middle East. So, the US is trying, in cooperation with the EU useful idiots, to isolate Russia, as a top supplier of gas, from Europe. You understand, the US-orchestrated coup in Ukraine and the expansion of NATO to the east are part of that strategy.
Related to oil there’s yet another problem for the US, the PetroDollar (article in Dutch, video’s in English). This article also gives a good insight into the criminal role of the US in the world. Shortly summarized, oil can only be paid with US Dollars. With the rise of the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), the PetroDollar is increasingly under pressure because these countries (want to) pay oil in currencies other than the US Dollar. Renounce the PetroDollar, as Iraq, Libya and Syria wanted to do, you will regret that and pay a high price, especially small countries. A quote from the article about the PetroDollar:
‘According to many, there are forces in the United States who even want to start a third world war to maintain its power. Moreover, China, Iran and Russia don’t want the PetroDollar Debt anymore and work on a cautious dismantling of the PetroDollar. The problem is that there is a Debtbomb stuck on it. When the PetroDollar is bumped of her throne this will have unprecedented, enormous consequences for our financial system, particularly in the West. The US will therefore make every effort to maintain the PetroDollar, thus providing terrorism and the war industry further service. Again, the War on Terror and the PetroDollar are feeding each other‘
The PetroDollar explained in one picture
Next one of the videos (from the article) in which the PetroDollar is explained.
Well, what else is there to tell after this video? Well, that the IMF also does all what is ‘necessary’ to save/protect the PetroDollar. In this article, ‘The IMF Changes its Rules to Isolate China and Russia‘ you can read more about it.
Now some of you (not too many I hope) might think ‘very good to protect our free West against the evil Russians and Chinese’. ‘Free’ I dare to dispute and protect, at the expense of whom and what? Just think about that.
The Russians and Chinese are sick and tired of the US policy and their useful idiots of the EU, rightly I think, and for some time now they made their own plans. They are working on a Global Infrasturcture Network. More about that in the article from which this picture.
The Chinese model, or One Belt One Road: The Silk Road (OBOR)
This plan is explained in the last part of the article ‘China and Eurasian Breakout’. It contains the following statement about the objective pursued.
‘With the OBOR the Chinese leadership is primarily pursuing three main goals:
- Economic diversification
- political stability and the
- development of a multipolar global order
Politically speaking, the Chinese leadership hopes that the OBOR initiative stabilises Beijing’s western Provinces, as well as the neighboring trouble spots, like Pakistan or Afghanistan.
The overarching goal is to be an active part in the establishment of a multipolar world-order. China seeks to play a constructive role in the reform of the international system. The OBOR-Initiative is intended to be the foundation of a new type of international relations. The Chinese leadership speaks of the establishment of a “community of common destiny”. Core elements are more connectivity in Eurasia, “win-win-cooperation”, “mutual progress and prosperity” as well as upholding the UN principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other states‘.
A multipolar world (instead of a unipolar world which the US wants, check the Wolfowitz doctrine), one community of common destiny, win-win cooperation, mutual progress and prosperity and the UN principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other states (which the US is doing for decades, in a brutal way and with impunity).
For this column I chose the title ‘A new world awaits?‘. Consciously with a question mark. Cause I wont believe it till I see it. Not only from the side of Russia and China (which look like very nice promises), but also on the part of the US and their useful idiots of the EU who do anything (even a third world war?) to establish their unipolar NWO.
Europe and Russia would be better of when they fix and improve their relationship. Wether there will be still room for the US? Time will tell.
Hereafter some additional documentaries/documents:
The Chinese World Order (most of it in Dutch, some English, some Chinese)
TTIP: Law of the strongest (most of it in Dutch, some English)