BRICS Forcing Global Economic Reset While Khazarians Scramble for Crumbs

The image seen here is a container exchange terminal sitting on desert sands, a symbol of things to come that is not covered extensively by the mainstream media.

“Here at the border with China we have what we call in logistics an event,” Gheysen explained. “The event is the change of rail gauge. So whatever you do the train will stop here. So Nazarbayev said, ‘Okay, fine, we have something here, we have an event, so we will create something around that event,’ and this is the result, and it’s magic.”

The Khazarians are notorious for assuming great financial control without really creating real, tangible wealth. They rise up by brining countries down. They dictate what their subjects think, and do all year round. They dominate rather than rally all peoples together in the spirit of mutual cooperation and collective progress.
They make money with the suffering of others. They are reported to have made at least $2 trillion by betting against EU during the last Brexit Referendum.
These are mere crumbs when compared to what the BRICS are working on, because the Cabal’s ownership of the gold mines located here in Asia, that they were investing early on, exist only on paper. They could not relocate these gold mines, obviously, so they must go to war in order to force their will on sovereign countries.
That persistently regressive behavior is now decisively being challenged by a growing number of countries joining in the more progressive economic program spanning all continents except the United States and Canada which refused to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, one bank of three that are financing the revival of the ancient Silk Road.

This decisive attempt to change the global trajectory away from endless wars and hunger in favor for a global massive development has already gone from the drawing board into the transformation of even the barren desert lands of Central Asia as new economic zones, railway terminals and point of exchanges for goods and cultures.
Watch this short video and be amazed of where the world is heading.

“Here at the border with China we have what we call in logistics an event,” Gheysen explained. “The event is the change of rail gauge. So whatever you do the train will stop here. So Nazarbayev said, ‘Okay, fine, we have something here, we have an event, so we will create something around that event,’ and this is the result, and it’s magic.”

The Khorgos Gateway Inland Container Dock is a 129.8 hectare portion of the broader Khorgos-East Gate SEZ. It was partially commissioned on 29th of July, 2015, as China-Europe trans-continental trains began rolling through. The container port currently has capacity to process 540,000 TEU annually, with six berths where multiple trains can be handled at the same time. Although within five years Gheysen predicts that they could be seeing over a million TEU passing through — which is more than many seaports in the world.

If only the mindset of those who seek to destroy Syria, Libya and Ukraine before it, could be transformed overnight, we can only imagine the level of prosperity and beauty that this planet could have attained decades ago.
Now, the BRICS Alliance are not just constructing one railway at a time, but simultaneously, and as many as the number of participant cities that are willing to provide better economic future for their people.

“As a key component of the Silk Road Economic Belt, the overland portion of China’s Belt and Road initiative, direct cargo trains are now connecting together an ever-increasing number of cities in China and Europe. With key improvements in route options, performance, and customs protocols, trans-continental rail transport is set for a renaissance.

The map on the wall was published by China Railways, and it was the master plan of the emerging rail routes that are now spanning across Eurasia. Suzhou is now directly connected by rail to Warsaw, Lianyugang to Rotterdam, Chengdu to Lodz, Chongqing to Duisburg, Yiwu to Madrid, Zhengzhou to Hamburg. In all, more than twelve Chinese and nine European cities are now hubs for these 12,000+ kilometer trans-continental direct trains. Currently, these trains travel along one of two main routes: either going due north from China and connecting with Russia’s Trans-Siberian or going west across Kazakhstan and feeding into the Trans-Siberian at Yekaterinburg, a place that is best known for being located on the dividing line between Europe and Asia. Although there was also a very ambitious, though pending, third rail route outlined on the China Railways map, which stretches south from Kunming, the capital of China’s western Yunnan province, through Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Iran, and Turkey, before terminating in the heart of Europe at Hamburg, thus completing a great cycle of commerce that wraps up Eurasia like the stitched lacing around the contour of a baseball.”

And it’s not just railways they are laying out in the vast empty lands of Eurasia, but they are also building new cities, too, to host new population centers in defiance of the globalists’ “climate change” eugenics mass depopulation doctrine.

“We had to start everything from the beginning in this place,” said Krzysztof Iwaniuk, the mayor of Terespol Municipality (Gmina Terespol) in the far east of Poland.

I looked out from his office windows at green fields which rolled off into the distance. There was nothing out there but grass and trees and a hill, but this is set to change very soon. A new city will be built here.

Terespol municipality's administrative building. Image: Wade Shepard.

Situated on the border of Poland and Belarus, Terespol Municipality sits on the crux of the EU of Europe and the CIS of Central Asia and Russia. This prime geopolitical position has led to the place becoming a key junction on the Silk Road Economic Belt, an international initiative to build up and link together land and sea ports, special economic zones, industrial corridors, and cities from the coast of China to Rotterdam.

The new city will be built in Kobylany, a small village within Terespol Municipality, and is slated to eventually provide housing for 30,000 people — or roughly four times the municipality’s current population. 60 hectares have been procured by the local government for this new development, with two or three thousand more hectares located nearby on state land that could potentially be tapped later on if needed.

Terespol Municipality’s administrative building in the center of Kobylany new city’s future site. Image: Wade Shepard.

While China has constructed hundreds of new cities over the past twenty years and is currently creating even more to support the Silk Road Economic Belt and its corresponding 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, this scale of fresh development simply isn’t common in Europe, a region where cities are generally age-old, almost immutable entities.

Constructing infrastructures is one thing, actual production facilities is another.
That’s been the objective of Russia’s invitation for the world when it emphasized that we can now use space age technology in creating a better world than the black gold has created.
This unprecedented invitation was coursed through the just concluded St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

The St. Petersburg Forum and The World of the Near Future

by Tony Papert

June 21—The June 16-18 St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) was a powerful and far-reaching intervention into every corner of the world. It was a unique event, unprecedented and unrepeatable. To those who are afraid to break away from Obama and the British Empire, it said: “Don’t you realize what is possible for humanity now? Don’t you realize what is being offered to you? Don’t you see that you don’t have to go to war with us? Here are the investments!” Russian President Vladimir Putin addressing the plenary session of the St. Petersburg International Econoomic Forum, June 17, 2016.

The level of inspiration,— and fully justified inspiration,— which permeated it, is exemplified by this statement from Russian President Vladimir Putin’s address there:

Look at the immediate sequels to the SPIEF. On June 23-24, Putin will join China’s President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Heads of State Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The current full members of SCO are China, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan, but both India and Pakistan are expected to be brought in as full members at this summit. Nor is that the end of it. “Iran is the next,” said Uzbekistan President Nursultan Nazarbayev from St. Petersburg. “So, this organization with three billion residents is becoming a huge power,” he added, according to June 18, citing Interfax. Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) with Kazakstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev, May 8, 2016. At the St. Petersburg Forum, Nazarbayev said that the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, meeting June 23-24, is becoming a huge power.

Xi and Putin will leave from that Tashkent meeting for a bilateral summit in China on June 25. Among the 30 agreements being prepared for their signature there, there is an emphasis on cooperation in space technology, as well as on great cross-border transportation projects and energy. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, in charge of the Russian military-industrial and space complex, has been in China preparing the agreements on space exploration and defense.

A little further ahead, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will attend the September meeting in Vladivostok mentioned by Putin as quoted above. There, not only is Japan to deepen its involvement in the economic level of the “greater Eurasia project,” but it is actually possible that Putin and Abe will sign an agreement in Vladivostok which will settle the territorial disputes between Russia and Japan which have prevented the signing of a peace treaty between the two nations ever since the fighting stopped at the end of World War II. The plenary session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Now the SPIEF occurred just as NATO, under Obama’s orders, is preparing for imminent military aggression against Russia,— even if few have the courage to call it what it is. NATO is holding highly provocative military exercises all along Russia’s western borders, assembling the biggest troop concentrations there since Hitler’s preparations for his June 22, 1941 invasion,— exactly 75 years ago. A NATO summit of heads of government in early July is to jack up the provocations further. Will a war of annihilation be prevented? No one really knows yet.

But some have screwed up their courage. Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told Germany’s mass-circulation Bild am Sonntag on June 19, “What we should not do now is inflame the situation further through saber-rattling and war cries. Whoever believes that a symbolic tank parade on the alliance’s eastern border will bring security, is mistaken. We are well-advised not to create pretexts to renew an old confrontation.” It would be “fatal to now narrow the focus to the military, and seek a remedy solely through a policy of deterrence.” And just today, German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, from the same Social Democratic Party as Steinmeier, let it be known that he will travel to Moscow next Monday, June 27, to meet with Putin. President Vladimir Putin (left) shown meeting at the Kremlin with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, March 23, 2016.

Big Role of South and Central America

As for the SPIEF sessions themselves, Europe was heavily represented, despite the sanctions. Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi met with Putin, and brought a very high-level business delegation, which is reported to have signed $1.4 billion in agreements with Russian companies. EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker was there, as was former French President Sarkozy and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

[They could be there to spy on the activities so they could have something to report to their boss.]

Six leaders of big German firms spoke in a panel on German-Russian cooperation, along with EU Commissioner Günther Oettinger; Germany’s top Russia expert, Alexander Rahr, was featured on another panel. A panel on Russian-Swiss cooperation included top corporate officials and an official of the Swiss Foreign Ministry; this occurred just as the Swiss government moved to withdraw the nation’s 1992 application to join the EU, after a vote to that effect by both houses of the Swiss Parliament.

Some top Chinese businessmen were featured in the opening panels on the Group of 20 and another panel on China’s “New Economic Model.” A Russia-Africa panel included the President of Guinea and ministers from four other African nations. A Russia-Japan panel included six senior business executives and a vice-minister. A Panel on “Russia-India: A New Stage in Economic Partnership,” included four top Indian executives. There was a BRICS panel with businessmen from every member nation; a Eurasian Economic Union panel; and a panel of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Business Forum. An Iran panel was titled, “Life After Sanctions: Re-Integrating Iran into the Global Economy.”

The final panel was on “Russia-Bangladesh: An Era of New Opportunities.” After the closing bell, there was a full-day conference on the development of the Arctic.

Forum organizer and Putin adviser Anton Kobyakov said that attendance had been about 12,000, and that 1,300 companies had been represented.

The principal U.S. representative in St. Petersburg was the Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil, Rex Tillerson.1

The vibrant exchange with South and Central America in St. Petersburg has been ignored in most U.S. and European accounts. In a June 16 interview with Sputnik, Ecuador’s Minister of Knowledge and Human Talent, Andres Arauz, urged Ibero-American participants in the SPIEF to pay close attention to how China’s New Silk Road, the BRICS Bank, and other new financial institutions are embarking on great projects to “change the history of civilization.” South America must do the same, he said.

“We view with envy,” Arauz said, “the great projects that change the history of civilization, with the New Silk Road that China has proposed to the world, the creation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the BRICS Bank, the Eurasian project which Russia defends . . . we are envious because, while South America proposed this ten years ago, we failed to consolidate it . . . We hope that the lessons posed at the St. Petersburg Forum can be applied to our region,” Arauz told Sputnik. Russia, he said, is not only a trading partner, but “a strategic ally of Ecuador and the region.”

Arauz is one of hundreds of government ministers and other officials from South and Central America and the Caribbean who attended the SPIEF, seeking greater economic and trade cooperation—as well as scientific and technological agreements—with Russia, China, and the nations of Asia, Africa, and Europe. The United States, under Barack Obama, offers them nothing except “green” technology, austerity, and depopulation.

In the course of the three-day SPIEF gathering, there were two seminars dealing with Ibero-America: “Russia-Latin American SMEs [Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises] as Catalysts in Building Value,” and “Russia-Latin America: Foreign Trade and Investment Cooperation as Drivers of Economic Growth.” The panels included Russian speakers and representatives from Ibero-America and the Caribbean. Alexander Shchetinin, director of the Latin America Department at the Russian Foreign Ministry, told Nicaragua’s Radio Primerisima that SPIEF will “open additional opportunities to consolidate, above all, the economic relations among our countries.”

There was more. On June 15, the day before SPIEF formally opened, it hosted a full-day panel on Latin American integration, including panels titled, “CARICOM and the Caribbean,” “CAN—Andean Community,” “SIECA—Central American Secretariat for Economic Integration,” and “MERCOSUR,” along with panels of Russian business and government representatives.

In another June 16 interview with RT, Uruguay’s Vice President Raul Sendic, who had just spent three days in Moscow, echoed the same sentiment. “This relationship with Russia is good for America,” he said. “Strengthening our relationship with Russia favors the balance of forces in the world, and opens to America, as well as to Russia, enormous opportunities.”2

This article appears in the June 24, 2016 issue of Executive Intelligence Review. [PDF version of this article]

One of the highlights of this year’s SPIEF is when Putin virtually slapped CNN’s Fareed Zakaria from side to side [1:20:40 mark] below…

If Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping and the BRICS at large, together with the growing membership of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, SCO, EEU, and ASEAN Community, succeed in implementing the transition towards the space age of abundance and global prosperity, a new monetary-free economic system will then emerge as a matter of natural consequence.
The only question now is, when will the rest of the Western population decide to topple the Khazarian Mafia and join in the developing StarTrek space age adventure?
The alternative to the BRICS progressive endeavor is mutually assured destruction, or MAD.

It’s your decision. It’s your choice.

6 thoughts on “BRICS Forcing Global Economic Reset While Khazarians Scramble for Crumbs”

  1. the khazarians are very evil people. because of their centuries old beliefs they probably wont change. they care no more about killing millions of people than we would destroying an ant hill. they think they are gods and we are nothing. god loves all people equally and infinitely. these people have been duped and are very dangerous and very evil.

  2. Russia & China are listening to Lyndon LaRouche the New Silk Road is a LaRouche project picked up by China. LaRouche Organisation has very close ties to BRICS the only people from non-BRICS counties have been from LaRouche and the Citizens Electoral Council of Australia that is affiliated with LaRouche.

  3. This is it provided there are no hidden agendas.
    The satanist started the same way. They are still at large. Won,t it be better to start killing them before they will think out how to rubbish this noble objective or are we still afraid of them? kudos to this new initiative.

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