Month: January 2023

Eurasian Connectivity = End of US Dominance Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

How Eurasia Will be Interconnected – BRI version 2.0 Xi had announced that Beijing will hold the 3rd Belt and Road Forum in 2023.  The forum was initially designed to be bi-annual, first held in 2017 and then 2019. 2021 didn’t happen because of Covid-19. The return of the forum signals not only a renewed drive […]

Eurasian Connectivity = End of US Dominance Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

The Silk Road started somewhere around 100 AD. Goods travelled from the East to the West. When the Mongol Empire began, capturing the Silk Road and China (the source) helped to increase their Empire. The main artery of this road travelled through Turkey to Europe. When the Turks finally captured Constantinople in 1453, they brought […]

The Demise of Nato Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

The New World Order The most dramatic event after its defeat in the Ukraine will surely be the retreat of the USA, as it is expelled from Eurasia, a process which began in Vietnam and then continued in Iraq and Afghanistan. The nationalist Trump wanted to withdraw voluntarily, but he was not allowed to, therefore […]

The Demise of Nato Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

Before we go into the reasons and facts of the above title, it would do us well to understand the mentality of the ruling elite in Europe, back in the day. It is often said that the systemic Western European superiority complex, a disease which consists of the self-justified domination and exploitation of the surrounding […]

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