The West versus Eurasian Integration Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

Below are some quotes from the book, THE GRAND CHESSBOARD by Zbigniew Brzezinski.

   He was a Rockefeller geopolitical analyst/advisor to David Rockefeller, who made him the first head of his newly-formed Trilateral Commission in 1973. He became the National Security Advisor to Carter-the most important job in Washington since the 1970s, and, who are all put into this position by Kissinger, who gives this person his daily orders EVERY MORNING. This continues to the present. Jake Sullivan gets his marching orders every morning. He is the “controller” of Biden. That’s how things are run in Washington for decades. With these quotes, all the events since 2001 will make complete sense.  As such, his words provide us with an insight into the thinking of these globalists.

  • “Ever since the continents started interacting politically, some five hundred years ago, Eurasia has been the center of world power.”
  • “It is imperative that no Eurasian challenger emerges capable of dominating Eurasia and thus of also challenging America. The formulation of a comprehensive and integrated Eurasian geostrategy is therefore the purpose of this book.”
  • “How America ‘manages’ Eurasia is critical. A power that dominates Eurasia would control two of the world’s three most advanced and economically productive regions. A mere glance at the map also suggests that control over Eurasia would almost automatically entail Africa’s subordination, rendering the Western Hemisphere and Oceania geopolitically peripheral to the world’s central continent. About 75 per cent of the world’s people live in Eurasia, and most of the world’s physical wealth is there as well, both in its enterprises and underneath its soil. Eurasia accounts for about three-fourths of the world’s known energy resources.”
  • “America is now the only global superpower, and Eurasia is the globe’s central arena. Hence, what happens to the distribution of power on the Eurasian continent will be of decisive importance to America’s global primacy and to America’s historical legacy.”
  • “With warning signs on the horizon across Europe and Asia, any successful American policy must focus on Eurasia as a whole and be guided by a Geo-strategic design.”
  • “But in the meantime, it is imperative that no Eurasian challenger emerges, capable of dominating Eurasia and thus also of challenging America.”

Now, this below is in regard to the importance of pulling Ukraine away from Russian influence.

  • “Ukraine, a new and important space on the Eurasian chessboard, is a geopolitical pivot because its very existence as an independent country helps to transform Russia. Without Ukraine, Russia ceases to be a Eurasian empire. Russia without Ukraine can still strive for imperial status, but it would then become a predominantly Asian imperial state, more likely to be drawn into debilitating conflicts with aroused Central Asians, who would then be resentful of the loss of their recent independence and would be supported by their fellow Islamic states to the south.”
  • “Ukraine, a new and important space on the Eurasian chessboard, is a geopolitical pivot because its very existence as an independent country helps to transform Russia. Without Ukraine, Russia ceases to be a Eurasian empire.”
  • “However, if Moscow regains control over Ukraine, with its 52 million people and major resources as well as its access to the Black Sea, Russia automatically again regains the wherewithal to become a powerful imperial state, spanning Europe and Asia.”

The next quote is on Iran.

  • “[…] a coalition allying Russia with both China and Iran can develop only if the United States is shortsighted enough to antagonize China and Iran simultaneously.”

The Rockefeller’s worst nightmare has become a reality today.

The next quote reflects his master’s hatred for France and the French Rothschilds.

  • “There is an element of delusional obsession in the French political elite’s preoccupation with the notion that France is still a global power.”
  • And, finally, the turn to a military dictatorship within the US, in order to suppress dissent at home while invading and bombing countries on a serial basis, while loudly proclaiming justice, human rights, etc.
  • “America is too democratic at home to be autocratic abroad.”

An insight into controlling the narrative, first in America, then to the rest of the world. This family has turned America into a big human lab and zoo. All of this social madness is portrayed through the media as being “modern”, “hip”, and in “keeping up with the times”. This narcissistic view on life has been transported by the media to foreign nations, so that they become just as stupid as the Americans.

  • “American television programs and films account for about three-fourths of the global market. American popular music is equally dominant, while American fads, eating habits, and even clothing are increasingly imitated worldwide. The language of the Internet is English, and an overwhelming proportion of the global computer chatter also originates from America, influencing the content of global conversation. Lastly, America has become a Mecca for those seeking advanced education, with approximately half a million foreign students flocking to the United States, with many of the ablest never returning home. Graduates from American universities are to be found in almost every Cabinet on every continent.”

And, on the low IQ and stupidity of the political class within Washington.

  • “That [American exceptionalism] is a reaction to the inability of people to understand global complexity or important issues like American energy dependency. Therefore, they search for simplistic sources of comfort and clarity. And the people that they are now selecting to be, so to speak, the spokespersons of their anxieties are, in most cases, stunningly ignorant.”

This is the thinking of those at the highest levels of power within the US. Two decades later, every attempt by the West to stop this process of Eurasian integration. All the while, the economic, military and financial strength of the West began to decline, especially over the last decade. When the financial system nearly implodes in August 2019, New York imposed a global economic lockdown, in order to reduce the demand for credit from the private sector. Then, the attempt to break-up Russia and steal its resources and wealth, failed miserably.

And, now the Gaza War is seen by the Rockefeller Empire as a means of destroying Iran.

Energy & the Green Agenda Con

Well, this agenda has been designed by the self-described Davos elites and conceptualized way back in 1992 by Rockefeller protégé Maurice Strong. Its inbuilt wet dream is to enforce the Great Reset – complete with a nonsensical zero-carbon green agenda. The aim of the Rockefeller family is to use this con to de-industrialize the global economy.

The increase in energy production – oil, gas, coal and nuclear power- leads to increased productivity per worker, which results in creating a surplus, which is then used to build up a sustained economic growth. The reverse is true. Cut back on energy and see your economies stagnate and die. So, it would benefit the family to reduce industrial activity and productivity- in favor of Wall Street policies that is going all out to destroy production. One cannot eat what is not produced.

Since the West is declining and the East is rising, the 2 families that control the West are trying very very hard to hold onto their diminishing global power.

Similarly, with food production in the Global South. New policies – including land reforms favorable to the US agri giants – were forced upon most of these nations, which left them vulnerable in terms of food security. With food, energy and finance under Rockefeller control, these nations follow Washington’s policies or starve, are sanctioned, or be invaded.

The main vectors that have helped the 2 families are economic, financial, military, ideology and media control – are all in decline. Another aspect is the looting of natural resources within the Global South.

Resource Nationalism

Western mining companies have most of their refining operations in the EU or US. Now, nations in the Global South – Indonesia, Africa and others – are implementing laws that forbid the exports of raw materials. Rather, most of them demand a “value-added” operation be started in the exporting country.

The 2 families fear the end of this practice, as it will reduce their profits, with the possibility of being sanctioned by nations of the Global South !

But, they all have one main aim in mind: get rid of the financial parasite from your nation , first, otherwise these benefication process will get sabotaged.

The problem is that running an economy to help the people and raise living standards, and even to lower the cost of living and doing business, means not running it to help Wall Street. If someone knows

how to run an economy, the financial sector wants to keep them out of any public office. High finance is short-term, not long-term. It plays the hit-and-run game, not the much harder task of creating a framework for tangible economic growth.

You can do one of two things: You can help labor or you can help Wall Street. If running the economy means helping labor and improving living standards by giving better medical care, this is going to be at the expense of the financial sector and short-term corporate profits. So the last thing you want to do is have somebody run the economy for its own prosperity instead of for Wall Street’s purpose.

Rockefeller Control of the World Bank & The IMF :

   At the end of World War 2, the Rockefeller family created the World Bank (for infrastructure) and the IMF(for helping nations facing a balance-of-payments crisis). The World Bank is run by the Rockefeller agents. The IMF is headed by a Rothschild agent- usually from a European central bank or finance minister. In both of these entities, the US has a veto power. It was only after 1975 that the activities of these two entities became more involved in global politics. With this in mind, let’s discuss some of the effects of the policies of these two entities, and how it has contributed to the Global South moving away from the NATO bloc towards BRICS.

   Imperialism is getting something for nothing. It is a strategy to obtain other countries’ surplus without playing a productive role, but by creating an extractive rentier system. An imperialist power obliges other countries to pay tribute. Of course, America doesn’t come right out and tell other countries, “You have to pay us tribute,” like Roman emperors told the provinces they governed. U.S. diplomats simply insist that other countries invest their balance-of-payments inflows and official central-bank savings in US dollars,  especially U.S. Treasury IOUs. This Treasury-bill standard turns the global monetary and financial system into a tributary system. That is what pays the costs of U.S. military spending, including its 800 military bases throughout the world.

   Interest rates are historically low, and they have been kept low in order to try to keep providing cheap money for speculators to buy stocks and bonds to make arbitrage gains. Speculators can borrow at a low rate of interest to buy a stock yielding dividends (and also making capital gains) at a higher rate of return, or by buying a bond such as corporate junk bonds that pay higher interest rates, and keep the difference. In short, low interest rates are a form of financial engineering. 

  What currency depreciation does do when the dollar is devalued is to enable Wall Street firms to borrow  1% and to buy European currencies and bonds yielding 3 percent or 4 percent or 5 percent, or stocks   yielding even more. The guiding idea is to do what Japan did in 1990: have very low interest rates to increase what’s called the carry trade. The carry trade is borrowing at a low interest rate and buying bonds yielding a higher rate, making an arbitrage gain on the interest-rate differential.

       Since 1971, world diplomacy has essentially been backed by American military power. It’s not a free market. Military power keeps countries in a financial strait jacket in which the United States can run into debt without having to repay it. Other countries that run payments deficits are not allowed to expand their economies, either to rival the United States or even to improve living standards for their labor force. Only countries outside the U.S. orbit – China, and in principle Russia and some other countries in  Asia – are able to increase their living standards and capital investment and technology by being free of this globalized financial class war.

     It’s a higher stage of imperialism. The old imperialism was colonialism. You would come in and use military power to install a client ruling class. But each country would have its own currency. What has made imperialism “super” is that America doesn’t have to colonize another country. It doesn’t have to  invade a country or actually go to war with it. All it needs is to have the country invest its savings, its export earnings in loans to the United States Government. This enables the United States to keep its interest rates low and enable American investors to borrow from American banks at a low rate to buy up foreign industry and agriculture that’s yielding 10 percent, 15 percent or more. So American investors  realize that despite the balance-of-payments deficit, they can borrow back these dollars at such a low rate from foreign countries – paying only 1 percent to 3 percent on the Treasury bonds they hold – while  pumping dollars into foreign economies by buying up their industry and agriculture and infrastructure and public utilities, making large capital gains. The hope is that and soon, we’ll earn our way out of debt by this free ride arrangement.

IMF Showdown with China in Morocco, October 12, 2023

This year’s annual IMF/World Bank meetings in Morocco are the most explicitly confrontational yet by US/NATO diplomacy toward China and its fellow BRICS+ allies. At issue is an increase in the US drive to raise quotas of IMF and World Bank member countries. Quotas reflect voting power, with 85% of the votes required to enact a policy. A 15% veto is able to block any policy change. Since the 1944-45 inceptions of these two organizations, the United States has insisted in having veto power in any organization it joins, so that no foreign countries will ever be in a position to dictate its policy. This enabled it to block any policy that it deems benefiting other nations more than itself. Its 17.4% quota (and 16.5% of the vote) gives it veto power in the IMF.

It was inevitable that the original distribution of quotas has not kept pace with the shifts in international financial power since 1945. Rising economies have asked for a larger quota and hence voice in settling IMF and World Bank policy. But each round of quota increases has seen US strategists insist that any increase in overall quotas must not reduce its own quota to less than the 15% – enabling it to maintain its unique veto power.

No other country remotely approaches U.S. power.

For many decades, countries sought to avoid running into debt to the IMF. They feared being subjected to its anti-labor austerity policies, imposed in the junk-economics belief that any volume of foreign debt service could be squeezed out by reducing labor’s wages by a sufficient degree.

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and her US neoliberal gang at Marrakesh have thrown down the gauntlet when it comes to giving China a stronger voice – that is, quota – in the IMF. We are no longer in a rule of law, but in a “rules-based order,” with US officials setting the rules on an ad hoc basis. This already had made a travesty of IMF rules and procedures. The IMF’s recent loans to Ukraine have raised its borrowing to seven times its quota. The IMF no longer feels obligated to follow its articles of agreement, and quite openly acts as an agent of the US State Department and military to finance the US/NATO war with Russia and China (and really, of course, against Germany and Western Europe). 

In addition to IMF loans to Ukraine violating its stated borrowing limits to a member-country, it is ending to a country at war, also forbidden. And third, it violates the “No more Argentinas” rule that it is not supposed to make a loan to a country without some calculation that the country will be able to repay the loan. In view of the fact that US strategists at the IMF and World Bank are bound to continue to weaponize their loans to promote American dominance.

It can indeed go on record as suggesting that it be given a quota reflecting its economy equality with the United States. That certainly would seem to be warranted by being designated America’s Number One long-term adversary. But if the US refuses, then China can simply withdraw its IMF and World Bank subscription altogether. Walk away. 

Why should China help subsidize international organizations whose policies are adverse to those of China and its fellow BRICS+ allies? The World Bank is always headed by a US diplomat, usually from the military, and hopes to finance the US/NATO backed alternative to China’s Belt and Road initiative. And the IMF’s neoliberal “stabilization” policies are anti-labor and hence most amenable to US client oligarchies, not the reforms that BRICS+ countries are seeking to put in place. 

Greed & Arrogance has Destroyed American Influence

A nationalist reaction against U.S. dominance is rising throughout European politics, and instead of America locking in its control over European policy, the United States may end up losing – not only in Europe but most crucially throughout the Global South. It is American diplomacy that is driving Eurasia and the Global South out of the U.S. orbit. America’s drive for unipolar world dominance could only have been dismantled so rapidly from within. The Biden-Blinken-Nuland administration has done what neither Vladimir Putin nor Chinese President Xi could have hoped to achieve in so short a period.

Neither was prepared to throw down the gauntlet and create an alternative to the U.S.-centered world order. But U.S. sanctions against Russia, Iran, Venezuela and China have had the effect of protective tariff barriers to force self-sufficiency in the Global South.

Although the Global South and other countries have been complaining about U.S. dominance ever since the Bandung Conference of Non-Aligned Nations in 1955, they have lacked a critical mass to create a viable alternative. But their attention has now been focused by the U.S. confiscation of Russia’s official dollar reserves in NATO countries. That dispelled the thought of the dollar as a safe vehicle in which to hold international savings. The Bank of England’s earlier seizure of Venezuela’s gold reserves kept in London shows how sterling and the euro as well as the dollar have been weaponized. And by the way, what ever happened to Libya’s gold reserves? 

American diplomats avoid thinking about this scenario. They rely to the one unique advantage the  United States has to offer. It may refrain from bombing them, from staging a color revolution to “Pinochet” them by the National Endowment for Democracy, or install a new “Yeltsin” giving the economy away to a client oligarchy. 

But refraining from such behavior is all that America can offer. It has de-industrialized its own economy, and its idea of foreign investment is to carve out monopoly-rent seeking opportunities by concentrating technological monopolies and control of oil and grain trade in U.S. hands, as if this is economic efficiency, not rent-seeking.

What has occurred is a change in consciousness. We are seeing the Global Majority trying to create an independent and peacefully negotiated choice as to just what kind of an international order they want. Their aim is not merely to create alternatives to the use of dollars, but an entire new set of institutional alternatives to the IMF and World Bank, the SWIFT bank clearing system, the International Criminal Court and the entire array of institutions that U.S. diplomats have hijacked from the United Nations.

The upshot will be civilizational in scope. We are seeing not the End of History but a fresh alternative to U.S.-centered neoliberal finance capitalism and its junk economics of privatization, class war against labor. The idea that money and credit should be privatized in the hands of a narrow financial class instead of being a public utility to finance economic needs and rising living standards is finally facing its reckoning. The irony is that America’s historical role has been that although it itself was not able to lead the world forward along these lines, its attempts to lock the world into an antithetical imperial system by conquering Russia on the plains of Ukraine and trying to isolate China’s technology (from breaking the U.S. attempt at IT monopoly) have been the great catalysts pushing the global majority away from them.

War against the New ‘Axis of Evil’

NATO’s incoming graphic humiliation in Ukraine is now compounded with the inexorable rise of BRICS 11 – which embodies a lethal threat to the hegemon’s geo-economics. There’s next to nothing the MICIMATT can do about that short of nuclear war – except turbo-charging multiple instances of Hybrid War, color revolutions and assorted divide-and-rule schemes. What’s at stake is no less than a complete implosion of the current western model of neoliberalism.

China is “de-risking” geopolitically when it comes to not falling for serial provocations by the Hegemon, while Russia exercises deep patience and control to not risk a kinetic war.

Still, what Medvedev just said carries the implication that the hegemon on desperation row could even be tempted to launch WWIII against, in fact, a new “axis of evil” of three BRICS nations – Russia, China and Iran.

Secretary of the [Russian] National Security Council Nikolai Patrushev could not have been more crystal clear:

“In its attempts to maintain its dominance, the West itself destroyed the tools that worked better for it than the military machine. These are freedom of movement of goods and services, transport and logistics corridors, a unified system of payments, global division of labor and value chains. As a result, Westerners are shutting themselves off from the rest of the world at a rapid pace.”

If only they could join the community of shared future – hopefully on a later, non-nuclear, dates.

Our next article deals with the Gaza War, and it has given the US a chance to shift the media headlines on its humiliating defeat in Ukraine, and the impending collapse on Wall Street. The US is doubling down on Gaza for several reasons, one of which I have stated now. The other is the Rockefeller plan to blow up Eurasia, AGAIN! Let me explain:

  • World War 1 moved the base of international finance from London to New York, in February 1917. And Eurasia was destroyed in this war.
  • World War 2 destroyed Eurasia from east to west.  From the rubble, America became the dominant global power.

Now, America’s global domination is slipping fast. In the hope of hanging onto its diminishing power, the US seized the chance to enter the Gaza War by siding with Israel. The genocide conducted by Israel is hardening the minds and hearts of its Arab neighbors. This is leading the region to explode.

This suits America’s global plan to ONCE AGAIN to destroy Eurasia. It needs to blow up Eastern Eurasia by using Taiwan against China. Look at the map below. We see that all three points of Eurasia – 2 of which are on fire now – Ukraine and Israel- while the 3rd flashpoint, Taiwan is being heated up.

But, it is the Gaza War that has the potential to become a regional war, and could turn into a global war.

It goes like this:

If the IDF continues its genocide on the people of Gaza, or worse, start the ground invasion of Gaza, then Hezbollah has promised to enter the war from the north. The US has told Israel to continue its war on Gaza, and that the US will “take care” of Hezbollah. If the US were to enter into this war against Hezbollah, then Iran promised to enter the conflict. And behind Iran stands China.

If either the US or Israel attack Russian bases or jets in Syria, then expect Russia to enter the conflict. Welcome to World War 3. When the US sent naval assets to the eastern Mediterranean, Putin placed Mig31’s equipped with hypersonic missiles such as the Kinzhal. These travel at speeds of 10 mach, thus it will take from 5 to 10 minutes to reach its targets. This forced the US to re-direct the 2nd carrier group to the Red Sea. Putin responded by activating its assets in the Caspian Sea to target this carrier group in the Red Sea. Checkmate! Six Chinese naval assets have just arrived off the Syrian coast.

 So much doom and gloom has descended on the White House on this news that Russia, China and Iran has boxed the US and its allies in the region. Things are becoming more interesting in the region.

Our next article. Dated 30th October, deals with how all of the above, are converging on the war in Gaza.

Stay tuned till then folks.

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