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GEOPOLITICAL REALIGNMENT ACCORDING TO PRAVDA

The last couple of days I've been commenting on the messages being sent via space announcements that the corporate elite that rules America, and its plans for unilateral global dominance ala a Brzezinksi-style vision (enunciated in the latter's The Grand Chessboard), is unraveling. I found this very intriguing, and scarcely velvet-gloved commentary, in the English language version of Russia's Pravda concerning Prime Minister Putin's Latin American visit, and thought it was worthwhile enough to share:

Russia Boosts Relations with Latin America

I hope you caught the two significant paragraphs in that article: "The tangible results of the visit of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to Latin America were, in a word, massive, the first concrete step in laying the cornerstone of a new geopolitical order based on multilateral values, a New World Order which spells a clear message to the USA: either you are with us, or against us." Note the two key phrases here: a new world order based on "multilateral values," in other words, no, Mr. Brzezinski, Mr. Rockefeller, and all you nameless bureaucrats and generals and admirals and CEOs in America's military-industrial complex, you are not going to be permitted to dominate the world unilaterally. Then  the hammer is dropped: "either you are with us, or against us."  In other words, we will watch your actions and decisions carefully to determine just where you stand.

Then comes a significant paragraph:"The scope of the bilateral agreements signed was massive and indicates that Moscow has huge potential in overtaking Washington as the main trading partner for this continent, where Russia is regarded with respect and the United States of America is considered by many as a pariah, in part due to its cruel and inhumane stance against Cuba and in part because of the history of its relations with its neighbours to the south." Well, they have that right as well.

Notably, in this context, the article goes on to mention how Brazil was pressured by Washington to cancel a deal with Venezuela, a vacuum into which Russia, courtesy of Mr. Putin, stepped. This sort of behavior, we may rest assured, won't continue, for as China and Russia step up their presence in South America, Brazil, and Argentina, will eventually realize they no long need to be raped by Washington's surrogates.  Slowly the American empire is being confronted. Now, if people here would just wake up, and throw off the shackles.

15 thoughts on “GEOPOLITICAL REALIGNMENT ACCORDING TO PRAVDA”

  1. can’t view my comment here, though I tried to post it several times, it says that it’s being duplicated

  2. If you visit Eastern Europe, places like Ukraine, Romania, Russia etc, you will see that the USA is really not that bad . It has it’s issues, but there is no where near the amount of corruption and poverty in the US compared to the aforementioned countries. Just something to keep in mind. No country is utopian roses and sunshine, especially not China or Russia. China is the worlds worst polluter and has far more human rights violations out in the open than the US ever has. You don’t see people in the USA getting evicted at gun point because the government owns their farms and wants to make money by making the land into factories; and then in the US you dont have fire-fighters watching as senior citizens burn themselves alive to protest their evictions. It’s happening a lot of the time in China. Can go on and on..

    http://chinaview.wordpress.com/category/social/law/forced-evictions/

    http://dialogs.org.ua/eng/dialog.php?id=57

    1. Actually, China is the world’s second worst polluter next to the United States. In terms of specific pollutants, then China is the worst for certain things, but overall the United States pollutes the most. Regardless of who is on top, the United States shouldn’t be anywhere near China because it has 1/3 of it’s population. That means that Americans pollute 66% more than the average Chinese person, which is absolutely disgusting, so don’t be pointing any fingers.

  3. If the USA immediate neighbors Canada and Mexico had been strong enough they may have been able to beat some sense into the rulers of the USA. Thanks to it misbehavour it really has no friends around the world and with it’s zany politcal and economic views it fast going to the dogs. We have Republican state governors who think they were elected governors for life and a running their states by decree much like the great democates the USA installed or supported around the world all these many years. I shed no tears for it I only cry for the many citizens who will pay for their rulers misdeeds I wish China and Russia luck maybe they can bring the USA to mend it’s ways let us hope for all of us around the world.

  4. my post didnt stick:
    Very astute observations as usual Mr Farrell and thank you vey much for sharing these geopolitical trends with us as it is easier to get the goods here than surfing all the news channels.
    I have a close ex military source now working through DOD as contractor who states his bosses are trying desperately to get Polish contracts.
    This ties in with your last posting, and I feel that we all need to watch Poland closely. If Poland falls away from US reliance or one could say more accurately alliance, then things are going to get very messy very fast. I think it is the lynch pin.
    keep on truckin’

  5. Mullet, there is a similar type quote from one of the UK Rothschilds in the mid 1800s that may be easier to find, essentially saying ‘ I do not care who rules the country, just give me control of the money supply’.

  6. If at first you don’t succeed; try, try again!

    Dr. Farrell,

    What’s the original source for this quote from Babylon’s Banksters, which you reference from Brown?

    “Whosoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce…. And when you realize the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate.”

    Brown’s book does not have a source, and I can’t find any on the internet. Wikiquotes says it’s “probably” a paraphrase and/or commentary on another quote, but doesn’t provide evidence of where/how that happened. As someone with real academic credentials I would expect you have better resources for finding these things than the average person. I was wanting to post it to my Facebook but couldn’t find the real source for it!

    Thanks!

      1. That is the claim, yes, but I’m looking for a historical reference to validate that claim.

  7. Dashiell Cabasa

    yes, there is going to be a new world order alrighty…but not the one the Bandito Banksters assumed: it would seem.

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