Countermoves to Imperial Geopolitical Provocations Emerge: Will the U.S. Remain Under Control of the Davos Billionaires?
Unfortunately, the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan is not a break with British imperial geopolitics, but an attempt to change the venue from the Middle East to the Indo-Pacific region. The failure of the U.S.-NATO war in Afghanistan will be followed by an even more devastating debacle in the Indo-Pacific, unless the U.S. breaks definitively from the Military Industrial Complex's commitment to geopolitical doctrine. A potential for such a shift was opened by the three-way call yesterday between China's Xi, France's Macron and Merkel of Germany. Will the U.S. join them, or remain an enforcer of the global central banker's Rules-Based Order dictatorship?
by: Harley Schlanger
July 2 -- Russian President Vladimir Putin: "The period of the unipolar world is gone."
Putin's statement, made on July 1 during his annual session of dialogue with the Russian people, echoes the same sentiment expressed by the Chinese Embassy in London during the G7 summit, which stated that the "days are long gone" when a "small group of nations" can dictate global policy decisions. Putin's dialogue followed an online session with China's President Xi Jinping on June 28, during which the two agreed to extend the Friendship Treaty between them for five years. In their joint communique, they pledged "enduring friendship", based on "bilateral cooperation" in politics, economics and culture, as well as mutual security. Xi stated that the agreement forms the basis for "building a community with a shared future for humanity."Read more
Questions taken up today: 1.) Is Putin right when he said that even if Russian forces sunk the HMS Defender, it would not lead to war? 2.) Do Europeans support the Green New Deal, as European Central Bank Chair Lagarde claims? Is it possible to have an honest debate on whether "climate change" is caused by human activities? 3.) Anything new to report on the status of Julian Assange? 4.) Is the 4th of July still relevant today?
In his annual conversation with the Russian people, Russian President Putin emphasized that the world is changing, and one of the most important changes is that no nation, or group of nations, can dictate policy, under the umbrella of enforcement of a self-interested "Rules-Based Order." He reiterated that Russia is open for dialogue, for cooperation, but its sovereignty cannot be challenged. He stated that he hopes Russia's partners in the west understand this, and will cease the provocations and sanctions, for the sake of peaceful and mutually beneficial cooperation.
With power outages hitting many states in the U.S., from the Pacific Coast to Michigan, it should be becoming clear to more people that not only will "Green" infrastructure not work, but it's not supposed to work -- it is part of the policy to accelerate deindustrialization, with the intent to reduce population. Join our anti-Malthusian mobilization, to debunk the fake science behind "man-made climate change". Lyndon LaRouche already proved, many years ago, that "There Are No Limits to Growth."
As more becomes known about the provocation launched by the British warship HMS Defender, it is clear this was a provocation aimed at sabotaging any potential for better relations between the U.S. and Russia. It is an example of the kind of gunboat diplomacy which characterized the British Empire's actions to dominate global trade and commerce, and force all nations to submit to Pax Britannica -- an example of the kind of unilateral world order behind today's drive for the Great Reset. But Russia and China will not submit. The big question today is, will the U.S. continue to carry out the agenda of the City of London, as it has on nearly all important strategic and economic issues since the assassination of John F. Kennedy nearly 60 years ago?
As the Reign of the Imperial System Is Coming to an End, the Geopoliticians Escalate Their Provocations
This past weekend's Schiller Institute conference pointed the way toward an escape from the devastating consequences of the end of an imperial era, with a dialogue demonstrating the potential for sovereign nation states to cooperate for the benefit of all mankind. The Empire will not just go away quietly, though. Instead, they are engaging in one provocation after another, with special emphasis this week on the Black Sea and Syria. Watch the Schiller Institute conference, at the schillerinstitute.com and join us to move humanity into a new era.
A naval incident provoked by the British in the Black Sea yesterday led to shots fired over the bow of the HMS Defender. Former British Ambassador Craig Murray asked what business it had in the Black Sea, describing its deployment there as "lunacy." Court documents released on the January 6 "insurrection" at the U.S. Capitol demonstrate the involvement of a legion of FBI provocateurs embedded among the demonstrators. These actions have nothing to do with "protecting" us from "aggressive" Russians or domestic terrorists, but in justifying further war build-up and security state spying and psychological warfare in the U.S.