Friday, 23 May 2014

Who Needs The United States? Not Russia And China


Russia and China have just signed what is being called “the gas deal of the century”, and the two countries are discussing moving away from the U.S. dollar and using their own currencies to trade with one another. This has huge implications for the future of the U.S. economy, but the mainstream media in the United States is being strangely quiet about all of this.
 
For example, I searched CNN’s website to see if I could find something about this gas deal between Russia and China and I did not find anything. But I did find links to “top stories” entitled “Celebs who went faux red” and “Adorable kid tugs on Obama’s ear“. Is it any wonder why the mainstream media is dying? If a particular story does not fit their agenda, they will simply ignore it. But the truth is that this new agreement between Russia and China is huge. It could end up fundamentally changing the global financial system, and not in a way that would be beneficial for the United States.

Russia and China had been negotiating this natural gas deal for ten years, and now it is finally done. Russia is the largest exporter of natural gas on the entire planet, and China is poised to become the world’s largest economy in just a few years. This new $400 billion agreement means that these two superpowers could potentially enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship for the next 30 years
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In my recent article entitled “De-Dollarization: Russia Is On The Verge Of Dealing A Massive Blow To The Petrodollar“, I warned about what could happen if the petrodollar monopoly ends. In the United States, our current standard of living is extremely dependent on the rest of the world continuing to use our currency to trade with one another. If Russia starts selling natural gas to China without the U.S. dollar being involved, that would be a monumental blow to the petrodollar. And if other nations started following the lead of Russia and China, that could result in an avalanche from which the petrodollar may never recover.
http://www.infowars.com/who-needs-the-united-states-not-russia-and-china/

Other BRICS nations will follow this lead including Iran. This economic move is making aggressive  actions of the US and Europe, along with institutions like the IMF, less relevant when it comes to Russia and China.

The problem for this economic deal is that the US will be enacting its 'wolfowitz doctrine' (a policy to undermine potential global rivals) and try to disrupt what's happened here - using proxies to wage terrorist wars or inspire political upheavals in Russia or China, to stop the pipelines.

Outside of Europe, the US and NATO are already trying, via military intervention, to stop BRICS activities in Africa. The most obvious example of this is the attack on Libya that also stopped Gaddafi's plans to establish an African trading block.

In Europe through the Gladio B operations (via false flags and proxy terrorism), puppet Governments (Georgia, Azerbaijan etc), and NGOs promoting 'democracy' we find US-NATO actions trying to counter Russian influence - notably in Ukraine.

This schism between the 'Russian Block' and the west may well be intended to accelerate the Police State whilst driving domestic industry back into the USA (when trade walls go back up). There will be turmoil, including economic collapse, in the coming years - in all likelihood.

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[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, May 23rd, 2014.]

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