Thursday, May 19, 2022

The Grand Western Plan to Dismember Russia

The grand plan of the Machiavellians of Washington was to dismember Russia into smaller nations and then take control of its oil rich regions. That is why, since 1985, America has been pushing NATO to expand eastwards. That is why, since 1994, the Americans have been propping up one corrupt and belligerently anti-Russia regime after another in Ukraine. The American thinking was that if they could get hold of Russia’s oil rich regions, then they might ensure at least another century of American dominance of the world.  

The problem is that the Russians don't intend to lose their country. They are fighting back. America and its allies are running out of time. Big foreign investors have started liquidating their American holdings because they want to save their wealth from the economic tsunami that is about to hit America. To prop up its economy, America needs to plunder Russia’s natural resources. Without plunder of foreign lands, the American economy cannot survive—their businesses will shut down and millions will be jobless. 

Chaos in the American economy will have serious ramifications for Asian nations—they too will suffer. Some Asian nations will fall. About a year ago, on May 13, 2021, I posted the article, “The Winter of Despair for World Markets.” In the last one year nothing has happened to make me change my mind about what I said in this excerpt:

“What will be the point of no return for the global stock markets? There are several numbers that can be watched but I think two of the most crucial numbers are the DOW (Dow Jones Industrial Average) and the inflation figures in the USA. When the DOW goes below 15000 and the inflation in the USA edges close to 20%, then it will be a point of no return. 

“I call this the point of no return, because from here there will be no possibility of recovery. This will herald the end of the American and British led world order. History will come to an end for the Western civilization.

“The famous line by Charles Dickens comes to my mind: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.””

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