The SCO – The West’s Worst Nightmare Part 3 (of a 3 Part Series)



BRICS is the acronym coined to associate five major emerging economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The BRICS members are known for their significant influence on world affairs. Since 2009, the governments of the BRICS states have met annually at formal summits. China hosted the most recent 14th BRICS summit on 24 July 2022 virtually. BRICS host New Development Bank, Contingent Reserve Arrangement, BRICS payment system, and BRICS basket reserve currency officially announced in 2022. Originally the first four were grouped as “BRIC” (or “the BRICs”) before the induction of South Africa in 2010. The BRICS have a combined area of  about 26.7% of the world land surface and 41.5% of the world population and an estimated total population of about 3.21 billion four out of five members are among the world’s ten largest countries by population, by area and GDP, except for South Africa which is twenty-third in both. The term BRIC was originally used in reference to places to invest. It was introduced in then-chairman of Goldman Sachs Jim O’Neill’s 2001 publication Building Better Global Economic BRICs,

First BRIC Summit

The foreign ministers of the initial four BRIC General states (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) met in New York City in September 2006 at the margins of the General Debate of the UN Assembly, beginning a series of high-level meetings. A full-scale diplomatic meeting was held in Yekaterinburg, Russia, on 16 June 2009. The summit’s focus was on improving the global economic situation and reforming financial institutions, and discussed how the four countries could better co-operate in the future. There was further discussion of ways that developing countries, could become more involved in global affairs.

In the aftermath of the Yekaterinburg summit, the BRIC nations announced the need for a new global reserve currency, which would have to be “diverse, stable and predictable.” Although the statement that was released did not directly criticize the perceived “dominance” of the US dollar – something that Russia had criticized in the past – it did spark a fall in the value of the dollar against other major currencies.

South Africa officially became a member nation on 24 December 2010, after being formally invited by China to join other the group was renamed BRICS – with the “S” standing for South Africa – to reflect the group’s expanded membership.

The BRICS Forum, an independent international organization encouraging commercial, political, and cultural cooperation among the BRICS nations, was formed in 2011. In June 2012, the BRICS nations pledged $75 billion to boost the lending power of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). However, this loan was conditional on IMF voting reforms. In late March 2013, during the fifth BRICS summit in Durban, South Africa, the member countries agreed to create a global financial institution intended to compliment with the western-dominated IMF and World Bank. After the summit, the BRICS stated that they planned to finalize the arrangements for this New Development Bank (NDB) by 2014. This bank is the “Eurasian” version of the World Bank.  At the end of October 2014, Brazil trimmed down its holdings of US government securities to US$261.7 billion; India, US$77.5 billion; China, US$1.25 trillion; South Africa, US$10.3 billion.  These funds were re-allocated to the New Development Bank.

BRICS Tower headquarters (former Oriental Financial Centre) in Shanghai.

 On 15 July, the first day of the BRICS sixth summit in Fortaleza, Brazil, the group of emerging economies signed the long-anticipated document to create the US$100 billion New Development Bank  and a reserve currency pool worth over another US$100 billion. Just as the SCO is meant for states that are in Eurasia itself, the BRICS group is open to any nation , even if they are not in Eurasia, examples are Brazil and South Africa. The Rockefellers were beyond furious, and a deadly message was about to be sent to Putin.

On The 17th of July, Putin returned   to Moscow, from Brazil.  His route took him over Ukraine. The Rockefeller Empire grabbed this opportunity to eliminate Putin, once and for all. Their many attempts in the past had failed. Their “on-the-ground” assets turned were instructed to shot down Putin’s jet. It just so happened that around the same time and place, a civilian airline was also present. And these CIA fools on the ground shot the wrong plane. Instead of Putin’s jet, they brought down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, with all 298 passengers and crew killed.

Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, first proposed in October 2013, is a development bank dedicated to lending for infrastructure projects. As of 2015, China announced that over one trillion yuan (US$160 billion) of infrastructure-related projects were in planning or construction. The primary goals of AIIB are to address the expanding infrastructure needs across Asia, enhance regional integration, promote economic development and improve public access to social services. The Articles of Agreement (the legal framework) of AIIB were signed in Beijing on 29 June 2015. The proposed bank has an authorized capital of $100 billion, 75% of which will come from Asia and Oceania. China will be the single largest stakeholder, holding 26.63% of voting rights. The board of governors is AIIB’s highest decision-making body. The bank began operation on 16 January 2016, and approved its first four loans in June. Taken together, both the New Development Bank of BRICS, and the AIIB of China are meant to replicate the functions of the Rockefellers World Bank and the Rothschilds IMF. But, this time, without the crippling “conditionalities” and “strings” such loans carry. The closing date for membership in the AIIB was March 30th 2015. Many countries were eager to become members of this AIIB. Tired of being bullied and threatened by the IMF, they prayers for alternatives were answered with this Chinese initiative. But, New York (the Rockefeller Empire) was hopping mad. As usual, Washington sent emissaries and envoys to all those nations wanting to join, and issuing open threats to their leaders. Even the US closest “ally” –the UK- was threatened. Many of the vassal nations obeyed, but some went ahead and joined.

China’s initiatives in Asia are seen in many quarters as a setback for the United States. The U.S. government contributed to this narrative through its efforts to discourage allies from joining the new AIIB. In the end, major American allies, such as the United Kingdom, Australia, and South Korea, did join the Chinese initiative, and Japan is seriously considering becoming a member. America’s own main economic initiative in the Asia-Pacific — namely the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) — was planned to be completed by the end of 2015. Many major economies in Asia, such as Australia, Singapore, South Korea, and Vietnam want to be part of both Chinese initiatives (the AIIB and the ‘One Belt, One Road’) and the American effort to reduce trade barriers. But, under Trump, the TTP was botched for many reasons. Had it gone ahead, then the US would have got Asia by its shorts, this deal was very close to be done, but the alternative, proposed by China was accepted. The US lost out big time. This is the key reason why the Rockefeller family dumped Trump, and allowed London’s candidate to occupy the White House.

 The bank currently has 105 members, including 14 prospective members from around the world. The breakdown of the 105 members by continents are as follows: 42 in Asia, 26 in Europe, 20 in Africa, 8 in Oceania, 8 in South America, and 1 in North America. The bank started operation after the agreement entered into force on 25 December 2015, after ratifications were received from 10 member states holding a total number of 50% of the initial subscriptions of the Authorized Capital Stock. The starting capital of the bank was US$100 billion, equivalent to 23 of the capital of the Asian Development Bank and about half that of the World Bank. It received the highest credit ratings from the three biggest rating agencies in the world, and is seen as a potential rival to the World Bank and IMF.

In early March 2015, the United Kingdom’s announced that the UK had decided to apply to join the Bank, becoming the third Western country to do so after Luxembourg and New Zealand. The announcement was criticised by the U.S. A  In response, the UK indicated   further stated that joining the bank as a founding member would allow the UK to influence the development of the institution. By encouraging Chinese investments in the next generations of nuclear power plants, Osborne announced that “the City of London would become the base for the first clearing house for the yuan outside Asia.”

If the reader can recall, around this time, the conflict between the Rockefeller and Rothschild family was becoming extremely violent (see this article The Break Up dated), London was intent on “hurting” New York in every way it could. The global reach and strength of Britain was declining rapidly (for which they blamed New York), and it was decided that London should tie-up with China, as a form of “insurance”, as well as “sticking it” to New York. Ignoring threats from Washington, London, at the last minute, joined the AIIB as a shareholder. New York was furious, to say the least. And its colonies followed. Several other European states – including Germany, France and Italy – followed the UK’s decision to join the AIIB in March. States could indicate their interest in becoming a Prospective Founding Member until 31 March 2015.

The Rockefeller Empire decided to punish China. Starting in April 2016, and ending around late 2016, a financial war was launched against China. Total losses to China ranged from $2-4 trillion.

On 25 December 2015, the Articles of Agreement entered into force. On 16 January 2016, the board of governors of the bank convened its inaugural meeting in Beijing and declared the bank open for business. Jin Liqun was elected as the bank’s president for a five-year term. 17 states (Australia, Austria, Brunei, China, Georgia, Germany, Jordan, Luxembourg, Mongolia, Myanmar, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Singapore, South Korea and the United Kingdom) together holding 50.1% of the initial subscriptions of Authorized Capital Stock, had deposited the instrument of ratification for the agreement, triggering entry into force, and making them all founding members and bringing  the bank’s charter, into force. 35 other states followed later, taking the amount of Authorized Capital Stock held by the 29 members of the bank to 74%.

BRI – Belt and Road Initiative

According to the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Asia faces an infrastructure funding gap of estimated USD 26 trillion through 2030. To address this gap, various regional and sub-regional initiatives aim to develop better transport connectivity within Asia. The BRI is the new version of the Eurasian Land Bridge, an idea first postulated by American economist Lyndon LaRouche, in 1989. As explained in the first 2 parts of this article, both London and later New York were dead set against Eurasian nations building connectivity to each another. These maritime powers knew that Eurasian connectivity would reduce their global power. And the attainment of 100% global power was the aim of these 2 families. To accomplish this, they would destroy anyone that stands in their way.

BRI is a transcontinental long-term policy and investment program which aims at infrastructure development and acceleration of the economic integration of countries along the route of the historic Silk Road. The Initiative was unveiled in 2013 by China`s president Xi Jinping and until 2016, was known as OBOR – One Belt One Road Aims of the Belt and Road Initiative. The Rockefeller’s CIA knew that Xi Jinping was becoming the new leader of China, and that he would go all out to turbo-charge the Land-Bridge” concept across Eurasia. US President Obama was instructed to announce the “Asia Pivot Policy”, in 2012. The aim was to make the Chinese economy crumble in order to slow down or stop this Chinese input into expanding this “Land Bridge”.

BRI is a global initiative but by its nature of building on the historic Silk Road puts a major focus on countries in Asia, Eastern Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East, a region mainly composed of emerging markets. According to the Belt and Road Portal, currently 71 countries are taking part in the Initiative, together representing more than a third of the world`s GDP and two thirds of the world`s population.

The Belt and Road Initiative Combines Two Initiatives

1. The (land based) Silk Road Economic Belt, comprising six development corridors
2. The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road

The Silk Road Economic Belt is a long-term vision for the infrastructural development, connectivity and economic cooperation of Eurasia and is spanning six development “corridors”, namely: the land based Silk Road Economic Belt, the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and the Polar Silk Road cannot be considered separately and need to be understood as complement to each other regarding the strategic integration of the regions under BRI. China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) hopes to deliver trillions of dollars in infrastructure financing to Asia, Europe and Africa. The initiative was unveiled by  Xi Jinping in September and October 2013 during visits to Kazakhstan and Indonesia, The gaping need for long term capital explains why many Asian and Eastern European heads of state “gladly expressed their interest to join this new international financial institution focusing solely on ‘real assets’ and infrastructure-driven economic growth”. Already, some estimates list the Belt and Road Initiative as one of the largest infrastructure and investment projects in history, covering more than 68 countries, including 65% of the world’s population and 40% of the global gross domestic product as of 2017. The project builds on the old trade routes that once connected China to the west, Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta’s routes in the north and the maritime expedition routes of Ming dynasty admiral Zheng He in the south. The Belt and Road Initiative now refers to the entire geographical area of the historic “Silk Road” trade route, which has been continuously used in antiquity.

Trade along the Silk Road could soon account for almost 40% of total world trade, with a large part being by sea. The land route of the Silk Road also appears to remain a niche project in terms of transport volume in the future.  In the maritime Silk Road, which is already the route for more than half of all containers in the world, deepwater ports are being expanded, logistical hubs are being built and new traffic routes are being created in the hinterland.

A side point. Two ports on China’s maritime Silk Route, Habantotta in Sri Lanka, and Gwadar in Pakistan now came under intense American attention. Sri Lanka was devastated economically and financially. The aim was to take Sri Lanka out of China’s orbit. The next target was Pakistan. The country suffered two blows. The first was the ousting of its Prime Minister-Imran Khan; the second was the use of HAARP to flood Pakistan. Note that this was the second time that the US HAARPED Pakistan. Now, we come to the SCO summit in Samarkand.

The SCO Summit of Asian Power Players Delineated a Road Map for Strengthening the Multipolar World

Amidst serious tremors in the world of geopolitics, it is so fitting that this year’s Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) heads of state summit should have taken place in Samarkand – the ultimate Silk Road crossroads for 2,500 years. All these years, the culture of the SCO has been evolving in a distinctive Chinese way. Initially, the Shanghai Five were focused on fighting terrorism.

Over the years, the initial “three no’s” – no alliance, no confrontation, no targeting any third party – ended up equipping a fast, hybrid vehicle whose ‘four wheels’ are ‘politics, security, economy, and humanities,’ complete with a Global Development Initiative, all of which contrast sharply with the priorities of a hegemonic, confrontational west. Later, in the preamble to the heads of state meeting, Xi went straight to the point: it is important to “prevent attempts by external forces to organize ‘color revolutions’ in the SCO countries.” Well, Europe wouldn’t be able to tell, because it has been color-revolutionized non-stop since 1945.

Putin, for his part, sent a message that will be ringing all across the Global South: “Fundamental transformations have been outlined in world politics and economics, and they are irreversible.”

There will be bumps on the road aplenty. Russia, even more than China, knows that the usual suspects are going for broke. In 2022 alone, there was a failed coup in Kazakhstan in January; troubles in Badakhshan, in Tajikistan, in May; troubles in Karakalpakstan in Uzbekistan in June; the non-stop border clashes between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan (both presidents, in Samarkand, at least agreed on a ceasefire and to remove troops from their borders). And then there is recently-liberated Afghanistan – with no less than 11 provinces crisscrossed by ISIS-Khorasan and its Tajik and Uzbek associates. Thousands of would-be Heartland jihadis have made the trip to Idlib in Syria and then back to Afghanistan – ‘encouraged’ by the usual suspects, who will use every trick under the sun to harass and ‘isolate’ Russia from Central Asia. So Russia and China should be ready to be involved in a sort of immensely complex, rolling Great Game 2.0 on steroids, with the US/NATO fighting united Eurasia and Turkiye in the middle.

There’s no question Central Asia, historically known as a “box of gems” at the center of the Heartland, striding the Ancient Silk Roads and blessed with immense natural wealth – fossil fuels, rare earth metals, fertile agrarian lands – will be used by the usual suspects as a Pandora’s box, releasing all manner of toxic tricks against legitimate Eurasian integration.

That’s in sharp contrast with West Asia, where Iran in the SCO will turbo-charge its key role of crossroads connectivity between Eurasia and Africa, in connection with the BRI and the International North-South Transportation Corridor (INSTC). So it’s no wonder that the UAE, Bahrain and Kuwait, all in West Asia, do recognize which way the wind is blowing. The three Persian Gulf states received official SCO ‘partner status’ in Samarkand, alongside the Maldives and Myanmar.

So here we see in play the full cohesion of goals – and the interaction mechanisms – deployed by the Greater Eurasia Partnership, BRI, EAEU, SCO, BRICS+ and the INSTC. It’s a titanic struggle to unite all these organizations and take into account the geo-economic priorities of each member and associate partner, but that’s exactly what’s happening, at breakneck speed.

In this connectivity feast, practical imperatives range from fighting local bottlenecks to setting up complex multi-party corridors – from the Caucasus to Central Asia, from Iran to India, everything discussed in multiple roundtables.

Successes are already notable: from Russia and Iran introducing direct settlements in rubles and riyals, to Russia and China increasing their trade in rubles and yuan to 20 percent – and counting. An Eastern Commodity Exchange may be soon established in Vladivostok to facilitate trade in futures and derivatives with the Asia-Pacific.

China is the undisputed primary creditor/investor in infrastructure across Central Asia. Beijing’s priorities may be importing gas from Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan and oil from Kazakhstan, but connectivity is not far behind.

Turkey or as the East calls it “TURKIYE

Türkiye, meanwhile, still a SCO observer and constantly hedging its bets, slowly but surely is trying to strategically advance its own Pax Turcica, from technological development to defense cooperation, all that under a sort of politico-economic-security package. Turkish President Erdogan did discuss it in Samarkand with Putin, as the latter later announced that 25 percent of Russian gas bought by Ankara will be paid in rubles.

Turkish businesses – literally all of them with close connections to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP) – are making a killing, and relishing their new role as crossroads warehouse between Russia and the west. It’s an open boast in Istanbul that what Russia cannot buy from Germany or France they buy “from us.” And in fact several EU companies are in on it.

Ankara’s balancing act is as sweet as a good baklava. It gathers economic support from a very important partner right in the middle of the endless, very serious Turkish economic debacle. They agree on nearly everything: Russian gas, S-400 missile systems, the building of the Russian nuclear power plant, tourism – Istanbul is crammed with Russians – Turkish fruits and vegetables. Ankara-Moscow employ sound textbook geopolitics. They play it openly, in full transparence. That does not mean they are allies. It’s just pragmatic business between states. For instance, an economic response may alleviate a geopolitical problem, and vice-versa. 

Iran: it’s Showtime

Iran was the guest star of the Samarkand show, officially embraced as the 9th member of the SCO.

The increasing Russia-China-Iran interpolation – the three top drivers of Eurasia integration – scares the hell out of the two families, who may be starting to grasp how the SCO represents, in the long run, a serious challenge to their geoeconomic game. So, as every grain of sand in every Heartland desert is already aware, the geopolitical pressure against the trio will increase exponentially. Both the US and London will go all out to increase problems in Eurasia.

This is Xi’s first foreign trip since the Covid pandemic. He could do it because he’s totally confident of being awarded a third term during the Communist Party Congress next month in Beijing. Xi now controls and/or has allies placed in at least 90 percent of the Politburo. And Xi has made sure that none of these officials are tied to either London or New York. The other serious reason was to recharge the appeal of BRI in close connection to the SCO. BRI’s emphasis on trade and connectivity ties in with the SCO’s evolving multilateral cooperation mechanisms, congregating nations focusing on economic development independent from the hazy, hegemonic “rules-based order.” Even India under Modi is having second thoughts about relying on western blocs, where New Delhi is at best a neo-colonized “partner.”

So Xi and Putin, in Samarkand, for all practical purposes delineated a road map for strengthening multipolarity – as stressed by the final Samarkand declaration  signed by all SCO members.


India’s agenda within SCO is suspicious. Its defiance against organizational goals will render SCO as a toothless entity. For instance, last year India asked for exemptions from consenting on joint declarations like action against the spread of terrorism, support against arms in outer space, and head of states statement against fascism during WW2.

The SCO continues to be politicized by acts of India mainly because of New Delhi’s multi-alignment policy. India’s defense and strategic alliance with the US, membership of QUAD, and close ties with Japan and Australia raise questions about Indian sincerity with SCO where Russia and China are major countries. While Pakistan has been a victim of India’s global disinformation campaign, the SCO should serve to be a platform for mitigating such lethal/ hostile issues by addressing both sides neutrally.

The problem with India is deep-seated racial bias. It prefers the white man over any other group. Secondly, it has excluded nearly 40 % of its population, of which the Muslims and the dark-skinned Tamils and “untouchables” are excluded from active participation within government and business. Lastly, its oligarchs are prone to invest in the West rather than in India. Most of its oligarchs are the comprador class tied into the Rothschild family. As a result, London will NOT allow INDIA INC to become a great power. Instead of opting to build better relations with its neighbors, it follows the policies of the West that results in hostile relations with its neighbours. Taking all these factors into account, India is a “DYSFUNCTIONAL SOCIETY”, and one not destined for greatness.

Both Britain and the US are using India to act as its proxy against China. Since the war in Ukraine began, Putin very cleverly used Russia’s energy card as a means to keep India on board, and for India not to listen to the US. Putin offered massive discounts of oil, gas and coal to India. This did the trick! Heavy pressure was put on India to “play ball” by condemning Russia as well as stop trade deal with Russia. India refused on both counts. As a result, MI6 began its nonsense by lighting a fuse under the Hindu-Muslim sectarian conflict by creating a problem between the two groups in London. Fortunately, the police intervened before it could explode. Since Plan A failed, they unleashed Plan B. This was the arrest of several leaders of various Muslim organizations within India. All of this is to underline the subtle threat issued by London against India. The message goes something like this: “Since you are not listening to our orders, we are going to blow up India internally; we can stop this if you listen to our orders”. It is very hard to say what India may do next.

The West in Despair – the East soaring with Hope

As a matter of fact, all member states of SCO are a victim of the Western world’s coercion or sanctions. Russia is in direct confrontation with the US, and after the Ukraine issue, it has become more evident. China is also being cornered and contained by the US and its allies. Pakistan is also facing severe coercion from the US. Iran is also the target of US aggression and confrontations. All Central Asian states are being pressurized or marginalized by the US in either form. In other words, all members of SCO are the victim of the US hegemony, except India.

On a brighter note, Samarkand proved that at least consensus exists among all the players at different institutional organizations that: technological sovereignty will determine sovereignty; and that regionalization – in this case Eurasian – is bound to replace US-ruled globalization.

These players also understand that the Mackinder and Spykman era is coming to a close – when Eurasia was ‘contained’ in a semi-disassembled shape so western maritime powers could exercise total domination, contrary to the national interests of Global South actors. It’s now a completely different ball game. As much as the Greater Eurasia Partnership is fully supported by China, both favor the interconnection of BRI and EAEU projects, while the SCO shapes a common environment.

Yes, this is an Eurasian civilizational project for the 21st century and beyond; under the aegis of the ‘Spirit of Samarkand.’

Member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) must work with each other to prevent outside forces from organizing “color revolutions” in their countries, Chinese President Xi Jinping warned on Friday. Xi’s statement came as Russian President Vladimir Putin hailed the growing influence of “new centers of power” that cooperate with each other and have the capacity to challenge the West’s global dominance.

With Covid quarantines no longer a hindrance, summits have returned to the diplomatic agenda. First, the West returned to face-to-face meetings – EU and NATO summits have been taking place for some time now – and now it is the turn of the East.

And the SCO itself is rapidly outgrowing its original format as a Russo-Chinese security alliance in Central Asia and involving just the Central Asian republics. The group now boasts four nuclear states – that is, virtually all of the non-Western members of the club (except North Korea). In Uzbekistan, the SCO ‘eight’ will turn into a ‘nine’ as the procedure for Iran’s accession will be completed. However, the organization will not be limited to that number for long – it has already announced its intention to start the procedure to transfer Belarus from an observer to a full-fledged member. And it will not stop there. Several more countries, including some influential ones, want to join the SCO. These aspirants comprise nine states: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cambodia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Qatar, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia. The last three obtained the status of dialogues partners only a year ago but are already looking to upgrade to being able to join the organization in full. Syria and Myanmar also want to be involved, along with the United Arab Emirates, which seeks immediate accession. Although such a request cannot be granted, it is in itself a sign of the rapidly growing interest in the organization, which is driven by the Sino-Russian partnership.

The reasons for this are clear: although the consolidation of the non-Western world has been steadily gaining momentum over the past decade, things have accelerated since the beginning of 2020. First, Covid and the resulting lockdowns led to a crisis of globalization, and then the operation in Ukraine forced the West to insist that whoever does not go along with the blockade of Russia is for Putin.

And then the provocation of the Taiwan issue hurt the prospects for normalizing relations between the West and the Middle Kingdom. The whole world is being forced to pick a side. Under these conditions, the optimal model for many influential countries in the Islamic world is to demonstrate their independence, which is seen as carving out a position equidistant from the two poles, i.e. Russia-China and the United States-EU. While it is true that the SCO is not a military bloc, belonging to the organization clearly indicates an unwillingness to participate in any Western anti-Russian and anti-Chinese efforts.

SCO & the Muslim World

The SCO now has 9 members, 3 of which are Russia, India and China, while the other 6 are Muslim countries. In this case, the SCO ‘nine’ will turn, albeit unofficially so far, into a club of 11, that is, a platform where Russia, China, India and the four most important countries of the Islamic world meet: Saudi Arabia, ‘the richest and most influential’; Iran, ‘the oldest and most passionate’; Turkey, ‘the most developed and ambitious’; and Pakistan, ‘the only nuclear one’. The SCO observers also include Egypt, ‘the main country in the Arab world’; and Qatar, ‘the information and propaganda giant’.

These Islamic countries admittedly do not have the smoothest relations among themselves (especially Saudi Arabia and Iran), and in the past the West has actively used their discord. Russia and China, however, are not interested in pitting Muslims against each other but in involving them in building a new, post-Western world order. And if the three great powers – Russia, China, and India – manage to build strategic relations with the Islamic world in working out a new world order, it will be tantamount to a final verdict in the Anglo-Saxon bid for global domination. The Atlanticists are no longer betting on a quarrel between Russia and China but on pitting India and China against each other. And they are virtually certain that they will be able to keep the Islamic world in their orbit (and even use it against Beijing and Moscow). Therefore, the ‘Islamization’ of the SCO will be the most important challenge to the Anglo-Saxon project – and also a sign of its complete collapse.

Our next article is called “RUSSIA RAISES THE STAKES – Samarkand, Referendum, Mobilization “ is due out shortly. Hang tight folks. The world is going to witness events that we thought were not possible. This is something that will affect every single human on earth.

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