Have we arrived at the War of the League of Cambrai moment once again?  Or is it something else going on? Mexico is considering joining the BRICS nations:

Japan buys oil from Russia:

Japan buys Russian oil above $60-a-barrel cap, breaking with US allies: report

India and Malaysia agree to settle trade in Indian rupees:

France and China settle a Liquid Natural Gas deal in Chinese yuan and not dollars:

'Petrodollar' at risk as TotalEnergies sells LNG to China in yuan

Explained: Why India & Other BRICS Nations Want To Create A New Currency For Trade Payments


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. marcos toledo on April 7, 2023 at 2:48 am

    I remember reading the book the backstabber wouldn’t have been the Papacy by the way. As for the United States of Oceania Eastasia and Eurasia don’t what to play the game of chicken anymore the Romans had a name for the likes of the USO Educated Barbarians. The USO is just the latest useful idiot to do their shadow master’s bidding their expiration date is fast approaching.

  2. Richard on April 7, 2023 at 12:39 am

    In one’s view, propagandized politicos need to review their source materials and sort the chaff from the grains. Their nosism’s (WE) often running amuck and asserting an inclusion of many that are not.

    Nearly all of the nation’s in question have ambitions beyond their grasp as well as under pinning forces as drivers – those few in the shadows, for instance, along for the ride so long as their profits and misdeeds remain obscured while they get away with murder, mayhem, and manipulation of the masses. Including the Party of the east by going west. The US is in the same boat as the rest but with a free-market economy that has yet to be controlled by communistic attitudes. A ridiculous notion to even consider as hegemon wan-na-bees. Most folks are busy with day-to-day trials and tribulations to waste time with known distractions.

    Losing [emerging nation status] has consequences as much as it has responsibilities. State practiced thuggery is not a redeeming quality. To have supply chains parking their empty container vessels for months and months, looking like reef-flotillas-incorporated are not something to be trusted much less to invest in. Profits require items of trade in motion, exchanging hands, and satisfying needs. No revelation there but there are those realizing the outer guise of cons in power as well as some appearing as refugees and mercenaries in war zones and on sovereign borders.

    Whether in Rupees, Pesos, Yen, Yuan, and on and on, local currencies may work better than global exchanges. Such commerce has taken place already in several places do to unique geography and demographics. Those nations have a right to self-determine their enterprises and forms of agreed upon currencies as they see fit. They come with consequences, responsibilities, and accountability, too, just as it should for any developing economy for them to keep and learn from. A couple of those presumptive [developing or emerging economies] are along for the ride as opportunists more so than developing anything. Playing the major power one instance and cowering the next from failed exploitations of power. Their thievery has become better known in later years accompanying their failures. The stuff some mainstream news operations have difficulty addressing on air.

    From an outside observation post most of those nations are undergoing some form of experimentation with their own socio-economic arrangements. Nation governing is not easy. Who in their right mind would think so? Waite until El Nino becomes more apparent this cycle. Some of those hurrying to strike deals might wish they had waited or did so long ago or even have walked away from a deal-to-good-to-be-true. They’re having problems with that [trust] thing of politics and economics while trying to shove blame away from internal propagandized politicos and war mongers.

    Of those five in the photo, two do not belong. Insistence upon their being there, their facade of a choice of course, may well as have the other 190 nations, or so, joining them for this great circumferential pie of limited resources. Won’t they be surprised when they discover they’re in each other’s way.

    A lot has changed over the last decade+ such that a revision of “Financial Vipers of Venice” & “Babylon’s Banksters” may need a tweaking or two, too, as “deep physics, high finance” (or barter systems), “Ancient Religion, Alchemical Money, Banking” just haven’t gone away as some empires are said to have disappeared. Not! If anything, they’ve expanded to off world domains with varying signal emissions. Speed does have a certain advantage today, but for how long?

  3. Peter Sazonoff on April 6, 2023 at 8:31 pm

    After a desultory 10 minute research into the League of Cambria, It seems that the participants were more or less birds of a feather. This is unlike the situation between Russia, China, India, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, and so forth. Hard to imagine this bunch sticking together through thick and thin. We’ll see.

  4. Randy on April 6, 2023 at 3:46 pm

    Ahhh ummm for 500$ Alex I’ll take …” REST of the world has FINALLY come ta the conclusion…the ‘our’ 🤔😈👿😈👿😈👿‘elites’ R completely & utterly…insane😳 “ Alex yeah umm saying beep completely beep’n insane Alex totally beep’n mad-hatters beep ‘n beep beep kooks ….Oh beep can I say that on tv ? Oops 😬

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