Third World War is currently being fought. How long before it moves
into its hot stage?
Washington is currently
conducting economic and propaganda warfare against four members of
the five bloc group of countries known as BRICS—Brazil, Russia,
India, China, and South Africa. Brazil and South Africa are being
destabilized with fabricated political scandals. Both countries are
rife with Washington-financed politicians and Non-Governmental
Organizations (NGOs). Washington concocts a scandal, sends its
political agents into action demanding action against the government
and its NGOs into the streets in protests.
Washington tried this
against China with the orchestrated Hong Kong “student protest.”
Washington hoped that the protest would spread into China, but the
scheme failed. Washington tried this against Russia with the
orchestrated protests against Putin’s reelection and failed again.
To destablilze Russia,
Washington needs a firmer hold inside Russia. In order to gain a
firmer hold, Washington worked with the New York mega-banks and the
Saudis to drive down the oil price from over $100 per barrel to $30.
This has put pressure on Russian finances and the ruble. In response
to Russia’s budgetary needs, Washington’s allies inside Russia
are pushing President Putin to privatize important Russian economic
sectors in order to raise foreign capital to cover the budget deficit
and support the ruble. If Putin gives in, important Russian assets
will move from Russian control to Washington’s control.
In my opinion, those who
are pushing privatization are either traitors or completely stupid.
Whichever it is, they are a danger to Russia’s independence.
As I have often pointed
out, the neoconservatives have been driven insane by their arrogance
and hubris. In their pursuit of American hegemony over the world,
they have cast aside all caution in their determination to
destabilize Russia and China.
neoliberal economic policies urged on them by their economists
trained in the Western neoliberal tradition, the Russian and Chinese
governments are setting themselves up for Washington. By swallowing
the “globalism” line, using the US dollar, participating in the
Western payments system, opening themselves to destabilization by
foreign capital inflows and outflows, hosting American banks, and
permitting foreign ownership, the Russian and Chinese governments
have made themselves ripe for destabilization.
If Russia and China do
not disengage from the Western system and exile their neoliberal
economists, they will have to go to war in order to defend their