The year 2015 will come out as the most pivotal year for humanity. This is the year when geopolitical rhetoric were translated into decisive actions and the once covert and hybrid World War 3 has come out in the open for all the world to see.
This is the year when multiple instigations for a full blown nuclear exchange with China were rejected gracefully in favor of the establishment of multiple financial institutions that will finance the massive revival of the ancient Eurasian Silk Road which should render the Rothschild Khazarian World Bank a mere relic of our decadent past.
This is the year when BRICS Eurasian security groups were consolidated into one coherent force to battle and defeat global terrorism – the Reformist Collective’s euphemism for Khazarian Mafia; This is the year when the real face of terror was unmasked in all its Khazarian glory for all the mainstream spectators to see;
This is the year when alternative media celebrate its undeniable victory over mainstream media which are losing at least 60% of the US audience, while the rest of the world were already digging alternative sources of information much earlier.
But what they can’t hide is their incoherent responses to multiple attacks by the BRICS Alliance and other covert groups. The falling narrative anchored in false flag operations that have lost their intended psychological effect is forcing the White House / State Department spokesman to venture into the parallel world of illusions.
This is the year when multiple first-hand, direct witnesses and courageous whistleblowers are taking the podium to tell the world we have been deliberately deceived and poisoned for decades with all sorts of chemicals, heavy metals, and germ warfare.
This is also the year when the Keenan Group confirmed the recovery of at least 70% of the Collateral Accounts and is releasing about $1.7 Trillion for humanitarian assistance starting next year.
Surely, these could all be exploited through that same dialectic principles guiding societies for centuries, or maybe the whole objective all along is to turn everybody into more obedient citizens just like the Chinese people in one massive social engineering.
But we are much better prepared now and we are ready to expose all their malice. Together.
These sociopaths are evidently losing their grip on how people synthesize their own gathered information, as oppose to just being fed.
The enemies of humanity are now in panic mode.
Russian Strategic Moves in East Asia Leave US Policymakers in a Panic
In their analysis, recently published in the US-based international affairs magazine The National Interest, experts Michelle Shevin-Coetzee and Axel Hellman warn that when it comes to foreign affairs, US policymakers “should not favor the short-term to the exclusion of the long-term,” particularly when it comes to Washington’s long-term plans for its so-called ‘pivot to East Asia’.
Affiliated with the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), one of Washington’s key think tanks on military affairs, Shevin-Coetzee and Hellman warned that “as Russia manages to straddle” the fine line between crisis management and strategic planning, managing “immediate crises and investing in future partnerships,” US policymakers must attempt to do the same.
In particular, mindful of the Obama administration’s long-standing intention to ‘pivot’ toward Asia, and of Moscow’s new, more assertive stand, the analysts suggest that “policymakers cannot afford to neglect the Asia-Pacific [region] and the increasing role that Russia is playing there. Home to vibrant economies, emerging powers and more than half the world’s population, the region holds significant economic promise.”
“Yet there are real perils and potential challenges that require careful attention,” the analysts warn. These, they suggest, stem from Russia, naturally…
Commenting on China’s recent moves to bolster its security position in the Pacific, something which has irritated US policymakers used to American dominance in the region to no end, Shevin-Coetzee and Hellman warn that “recently…it is not only Beijing’s actions that should concern American policymakers.”
“Russia is developing a closer defense, economic and energy relationship with China and other countries in the region. Although this burgeoning Sino-Russian partnership is not a panacea for each country’s woes, it is a particularly convenient one as Moscow secures both alternative export markets and political influence, and Beijing counters the United States’ reluctance to craft a new world order favorable to China.”
Now, “in light of this newfound entente and Russia’s strategic shift eastward,” the hawkish analysts suggest, “the Asia-Pacific [region] presents new challenges that were not as salient when the United States first announced the rebalance.”
“From a security perspective, Beijing and Moscow are taking actions that could threaten American interests and those of its allies and partners. In particular, Russia plays a key role in China’s military modernization, providing the country with advanced missiles, radar and other systems that are central to Beijing’s acquisition of anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) capabilities.”
Specifically, Shevin-Coetzee and Hellman point to Russia’s deal, signed last year, to deliver the S-400 Triumf air-defense system to China, suggesting that the move “represents an important milestone” in the security relationship between the two countries.
Russia’s moves to help China beef up its air defenses, according to the analysts, will be sure to “lead American allies and partners, particularly Japan, to fear the growing A2/AD threat in the Asia-Pacific, raising the costs for Washington to respond to future Chinese actions.” Reading between the lines, the experts seem to suggest that to the US and its allies, China’s growing ability to defend itself against US airpower is somehow ‘threatening’.
From an economic standpoint, the CNAS analysts suggest that “a deeper Sino-Russian entente also risks undermining the ability of the United States to project economic and financial power,” limiting, for instance, Washington’s ability to bring Russia to its knees following the crisis over Ukraine last year.
“Sanctions on Russia imposed by the West, for example, have squeezed Russia’s external borrowing by forcing sanctioned corporations to seek emergency funding from the Russian government, thereby drawing down Russia’s sovereign reserves. Sino-Russian cooperation in the financial sphere, however, can mitigate these effects. In 2014, Moscow and Beijing signed a currency swap agreement worth $24 billion, a move intended to reduce Moscow’s reliance on the dollar and promote the international use of the renminbi.”
“Another pact,” the experts note, “encourages billions in Chinese financing to cash-strapped Russian companies through cooperative measures between the China Construction Bank Corporation and the Russian Direct Investment Fund.” And, “although Chinese banks have been relatively reluctant to meet Russia’s demand for financial assistance, the prospect for desperate Russian firms to turn to Beijing for fresh capital could challenge the financial leverage of the United States and its allies.”
“Overall,” the proponents of American hegemony warn, “financial cooperation between the two countries help project a weaker image of the United States, particularly regarding the role of the US dollar in global markets.”
Accordingly, the analysts suggest, “the Sino-Russian entente and the fresh challenges it presents underscore the need for the United States to sustain its focus on the region and broaden the rebalance.”
Vaguely alluding to the establishment of “a clear interagency approach to best utilize American diplomatic, financial and military power” to challenge “Russian assertiveness,” the analysts do not seem to have any specific recommendations on how the US might deal with China, the other partner in the Moscow-Beijing ‘entente’.
Indeed, it remains unclear exactly what options are really open to a Washington increasingly looking to ‘contain’ China militarily and economically (including via the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, a free trade pact which excludes China), while simultaneously trying to diminish Beijing’s friendship with Moscow.
In any case, Shevin-Coetzee and Hellman suggest that despite the fact that “many Washington policymakers view the Asia-Pacific as just one of the many regions around the globe that requires attention,” the reality is that “the dynamism of the Asia-Pacific and the prospect of a closer Sino-Russian relationship will fundamentally shape the international economy and global stability in the twenty-first century.” Accordingly, Washington must do something, lest its opportunity to protect its own global hegemony slips away.
While the United States is trying hard to pivot to Asia, its “closest ally,” the Philippines, has just signed with the AIIB a few hours ago as one of its founding member.
“After months of holding out, the Philippines on Wednesday said it would join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank before a year-end deadline for founding members.
The Southeast Asian nation will sign the AIIB’s articles of agreement before Dec. 31, the government said in a statement. The Philippines said its indicative paid-in capital would be $196 million, payable over five years.”
This is indicative of the fact that without the persistent HAARP induced coercions of our government we will be at peace with our neighboring Asian countries.
Although, we were born spiritual warriors, our appetite for senseless wars of aggression was never there until we were dragged upon by the US into Korea. Our people are beginning to see the travesty of it all.
We can see that China’s airstrip constructions are the direct result of the constant US provocations in the West Philippines Sea.
We don’t want US military forces serving as magnet for China’s incursion into our territory in the Kalayaan Islands. Proof of that is the non-renewal of the treaty for the country to host the largest US military base outside of US mainland, back in 1991.
In the same token, event the Okinawans are suing their Tokyo government in order to avert the construction of another American military base in Japan.
And even at this last few hours before we welcome the new year 2016, Iran has been provoked into another military inflict by accusing the country of firing a rocket into Us aircraft carrier at the Gulf.
“Tehran has officially denied that its Revolutionary Guards’ patrol vessel launched rockets in imminent proximity to the USS Harry S. Truman and its convoy entering the Persian Gulf, calling the allegation an act of “psychological warfare.”
US sanctions against Iran are to be lifted this first month of the year, and already the two-faced Obama is trying to delay the implementation of his own commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) Kerry signed together with Russia and the rest of the P5+1 last year.
The United States military misadventures around the globe is destroying secular nations irreversibly, while it is undermining its own economy at home.
“Washington moved in the wrong direction both in the economic and political arenas. In place of diplomacy, Washington used threats and coercion. “Do as you are told or we will bomb you into the stone age,” as Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage told President Musharraf of Pakistan. Not content to bully weak countries, Washington threatens poweful countries such as Russia, China, and Iran with economic sanctions and military actions. Consequently, much of the non-Western world is abandoning the US dollar as world currency, and a number of countries are organizing a payments system, World Bank, and IMF of their own. Some NATO members are rethinking their membership in an organization that Washington is herding into conflict with Russia.
China’s unexpectedly rapid rise to power owes much to the greed of American capitalism. Pushed by Wall Street and the lure of “performance bonuses,” US corporate executives brought a halt to rising US living standards by sending high productivity, high value-added jobs abroad where comparable work is paid less. With the jobs went the technology and business knowhow. American capability was given to China. Apple Computer, for example, has not only offshored the jobs but also outsourced its production. Apple does not own the Chinese factories that produce its products.
The savings in US labor costs became corporate profits, executive renumeration, and shareholder capital gains. One consequence was the worsening of the US income distribution and the concentration of income and wealth in few hands. A middle class democracy was transformed into an oligarchy. As former President Jimmy Carter recently said, the US is no longer a democracy; it is an oligarchy.”
“Christine Lagarde stated that global trade has seen a significant decrease and a plunge in commodities prices is threatening economies. Financial sectors in many states are also weak due to financial risks in emerging markets, she added.
“All of that means global growth will be disappointing and uneven in 2016,” Lagarde said.
Low productivity, ageing populations in developed countries and the aftermath of a global financial crisis have diminished growth, the IMF head asserted.
In IMF assessments last October, the economy was projected to grow by 3.6 percent in 2016.”
Compare that to the Asian “new normal” projected growth at 7%, or thereabouts.
No wonder the Swiss Army Chief is warning of social unrest and has called upon Swiss citizens to armed themselves.
“Swiss army chief André Blattmann warned, in a Swiss newspaper article on Sunday, the risks of social unrest in Europe are soaring. Recalling the experience of 1939/1945, Blattman fears the increasing aggression in public discourse is an explosively hazardous situation, and advises the Swiss people to arm themselves and warns that the basis for Swiss prosperity is “being called into question.”
This could also mean another false flag is in the offing.
Another proof of US irresponsible meddling is the impending Ukrainian debt default that will happen a few hours from now.
“Ukraine has until January 1 to repay its $3 billion debt to Russia to avoid a default.
The Russian Finance Ministry announced on Wednesday that Ukraine’s formal default would occur on December 31 after the expiration of the 10-day “grace” period, during which Kiev was still able to make a payment.
If Ukraine fails to make payments under the Eurobonds Russia bought in late 2013, Moscow warned it would bring the matter before an international arbitration court.”
It’s very clear that after a nation is effectively ruined they just left it for grabs. How can it do otherwise when even the Obama government is struggling to survive until next year?
“U.S. President Barack Obama will make his fifth trip to Germany in late April, the White House announced Wednesday, where he will meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and address ongoing trade negotiations.
The trip “underscores the enduring political and economic ties between Americans and Germans and highlights the U.S. commitment to trade and investment as drivers of job creation and economic growth on both sides of the Atlantic,” Earnest said in a statement.
Obama will be the first sitting president to participate in the proceedings, according to the statement. During his trip, Obama will also discuss ongoing negotiation efforts on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the United States and the European Union, of which Germany constitutes the largest portion of gross domestic product.”
Is it really about “enduring political and economic ties between Americans and Germans”, or is it out of sheer desperation forcing the US president to become “the first sitting president to participate in the proceedings”?
On a more positive note, the new year will be welcomed with a huge solar storm which means we’re going to get much wiser next year.
So, go barefoot on the first morning and welcome the first 2016 sunrise by charging yourselves physically, mentally and optically. Yes, go ahead and sungaze.
Happy New Year 2016 everyone!