So here we are, with the battle lines of the 21st century forming exactly as the CFR globalist insiders "predicted" nearly three decades ago.
One thing is for certain: the fight for the future of Hong Kong is raging as we speak. But the real question is: who is fighting that fight? The people of Hong Kong, or Beijing and Washington?
I feel the economic fallout is however going to be bigger than most expect for China especially. When you start shutting in 50 to 100 million folks, that disrupts a lot of supply chains.
The debts are so large, the lack of “dollars” so big, that they have no choice but to do all this madness. But the fact is that the minute they don’t, the WORLD markets crash.
In short, when China really starts buying, it’s not going to be able to disguise it any longer. And that could cause a run on gold like the world has never seen before.
This event may not have received as much coverage as the other groundbreaking stories of 2020, but it is important.
Back in 2001 China was allowed into the world trade organization. As far as I was concerned, this was inevitable. China had become the manufacturing arm of the world. They were growing in leaps and bounds, and we were sending trillions of dollars into their economy.
Over in Russia they’ve asked all foreign migrant workers to return home by June 15th. Why would they do that? Russia has a labor shortage to begin with, so they use Asian’s to bolster the workforce. Why send them home?
The US has requested that Americans living in Russia should come home. When? By June 15th if possible. Why? Why kick out the migrant workers and why have US Citizens come back? Why will Visa’s to Russia not be given out any more?
China, Russia, India, Iran and other independent nations are rising in prominence on the world stage — while decadent US/Western ones are declining.
Their imperial arrogance has been hastening it for years, their unipolar moment fading in plain sight, multilateralism replacing it. See below.
What’s going on has been most apparent since the 9/11 mother of all state-sponsored false flags to that time.
On February 14, 1945 aboard the USS Quincy in the Suez Canal, Franklin Roosevelt met with Saudi king Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud — what began a near-78-year relationship between both countries.
In return for what the State Department cal access to a “stupendous source of strategic power, and one of the greatest material prizes in world history” — immense Saudi oil reserves — US ruling authorities guaranteed the Arab state’s security since that time.
Crude oil remains the main source of energy, including for fuel.
The US today is the world’s largest oil producer and consumer — while ranking 9th in known reserves.
Nations with the largest reserves include:
Venezuela with around 304 billion.
Saudi Arabia ranks a close second with 298 billion — followed by Canada at 168, Iran with 158, Iraq with 145, Russia with 108 and Kuwait with 102.
US reserves are around 68 billion — and because of strategic power afforded nations with large-scale amounts of oil — the empire of lies and forever wars seeks control over maximum amounts worldwide by whatever it takes to achieve its aim.