Joseph Davis |
The gradual, controlled demolition of the United States continues unabated. On the surface, this appears to be a global power shift from west to east, and is often referred to as the move from the unipolar world order dominated by the US to a “multipolar world order”. But at the very top, it is an Occultic–Kabbalistic plutocracy orchestrating this shift.
Internal US “strategies of tension” continue via contrived mass media hyped events, like American Gladio-style mass casualty events and guided revolutionary groups on both sides of the political spectrum. The US also continues to receive global condemnation for waging perpetual war and threats of war, US debt is completely out of control, and so is US culture degradation.
Multipolar Pivot States
We continue to see more countries pivoting away from their alliances with the US towards the “multipolar world order”. After the election of current President Rodrigo Duterte, the Philippines have made significant moves towards closer alliances with China and Russia.
Perhaps the most perplexing shifts in alliances eastward are that of Saudi Arabia and NATO member, Turkey. Turkey originally played a major role in Syria by arming terrorist groups to fight the Assad government forces and even shot down a Russian jet in 2015 that was fighting Western-backed terrorists in Syria. Now, after a failed 2016 coup attempt, President Recep Erdoğan has continued to strengthen Turkey’s alliance with Russia. Moscow based geopolitical analyst, Andrew Korybko, explains:
“Many people thought that this day would never come, but it’s official – Russian President Putin will sell his Turkish NATO counterpart S-400 missiles, and there’s nothing that the US or NATO can do about it. This is a profound geo-military pivot for Turkey because it solidifies Russia’s role as the country’s high-level strategic partner for decades to come, considering that Russian experts will be relied on to provide maintenance, repairs, spare parts, and upgrades to these anti-aircraft systems. This move didn’t come out of nowhere, however, since it follows a spree of fast-moving steps that President Erdogan has taken ever since the failed pro-American coup against him last summer to diversify his country’s erstwhile Western unipolar dependency with newfound Eastern multipolar partners such as Russia, China, and Iran.”
Korybko also writes: “Concerning Saudi Arabia, this has seen Russia sign deals with it for the S-400 anti-air missile system and Kalashnikov production plant (“military diplomacy”), and Rosatom’s proposal to build Riyadh’s first-ever nuclear power plant (“nuclear diplomacy”). Of course, there’s also traditional and energy diplomacy at play here as well, the former as it relates to cooperation in uniting the Syrian “opposition” as a prerequisite to resolving the War on Syria, and the latter when it comes to both sides’ participation in the historic OPEC+ output deal from last year and subsequent renewal earlier in 2017. Moreover, none of this is occurring in a multipolar vacuum either, as Russia’s premier Chinese partner has been making great strides with Saudi Arabia in the same timeframe, including by linking two sets of deals totaling than $130 billion in the past six months alone.
Most of the Chinese-Saudi agreements were signed in the framework of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman’s ambitious Vision 2030 project for diversifying away from his Kingdom’s present oil-exporting dependency and towards a more “real-sector” economy.” …
“While the welcoming of Saudi Arabia into the multipolar fold as a responsible member of the international community would be celebrated by many because of the far-reaching consequences that it could have in altering the entire course of the New Cold War, there’s one multipolar party which would actually be incredibly irate at this happening, and that’s Iran. The Islamic Republic is caught in an intense security dilemma with the Kingdom, inspired partly by the centuries-old but previously long-dormant Sunni-Shiite split, and also the US’ efforts since the 1979 Revolution and especially after 9/11 to exacerbate this into taking on geopolitical dimensions all across the international Muslim community (“Ummah”). Iran and Saudi Arabia both conceive of international affairs as being a “zero-sum” game between them, and it’s very likely that Riyadh and its media surrogates will intentionally misportray King Salman’s visit to Russia as being against Tehran instead of epitomizing Moscow’s skillful geopolitical balancing act.
That being said, it’s very tempting to perceive of events through the aforementioned “zero-sum” prism in seeing any betterment of Russian-Saudi relations as being to the overall detriment of Russian-Iranian ones, which in turn might prompt an asymmetrical response or set thereof from Tehran in countering what some of its leadership might truly believe is Russia’s “unfriendly” and “humiliating” gesture by hosting the Saudi King, selling him S-400 anti-air missiles and state-of-the-art Kalashnikovs, and bidding to produce the Kingdom’s first-ever nuclear power plant. This isn’t speculation either, as Iran already isn’t happy with the de-facto alliance that Russia has struck with “Israel” in Syria, which is explained in detail in the author’s earlier work rhetorically questioning whether “Anyone Still Seriously Thinks That Russia And Israel Aren’t Allies?”’
European Union “Yinon” Plan?
In a recent article titled, ‘Forget Catalonia, Flanders Is The Real Test Case Of EU Separatism!’, Andrew Korybko explains:
“What’s going on in Catalonia is of paramount importance to the geopolitical future of Europe, since it could very well serve as the catalyst for fracturing the EU if copycat movements elsewhere are emboldened by the Spanish region’s possible separatist success. This was explained in detail in the author’s recent analysis about “The Catalan Chain Reaction”, which readers should familiarize themselves with if they’re not already acquainted with the thesis put forth in that work. To concisely summarize, there’s a very distinct possibility that the EU’s liberal-globalist elite have been planning to divide and rule the continent along identity-based lines in order to further their ultimate goal of creating a “federation of regions”.
Catalonia is the spark that could set off this entire process, but it could also just be a flash in the pan that might end up being contained no matter what its final result may be. Flanders, however, is much different because of the heightened symbolism that Belgium holds in terms of EU identity, and the dissolution of this somewhat artificially created state would be the clearest sign yet that the EU’s ruling elite intend to take the bloc down the direction of manufactured fragmentation. Bearing this in mind, the spread of the “Catalan Chain Reaction” to Belgium and the inspiration that this could give to Flanders to break off from the rest of the country should be seen as the true barometer over whether or not the EU’s “nation-states” will disintegrate into a constellation of “Balkanized” ones.”’
Geopolitical analyst Gearóid Ó Colmáin states:
“Israel is to provide training for all security, intelligence and policing services of the new ‘independent’ state of Catalan. We are witnessing the emergence of another Jewish State.” [It should be noted that the quest to establish Kurdistan in the Middle East is also supported by Israel and even called a "second Israel”.]
Gearóid continues in his recent article titled, ‘Israel Will Be Our Bank’:
“Madrid’s relationship with Tel Aviv has soured in recent years over accusations by Israeli think tanks that Spain is financing Palestinian liberation movements. Spanish courts have also called for the arrest of Israeli generals for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The tense relations between Spain and Israel are something to consider in light of the recent ‘Islamic State’ attacks in Spain, given the fact that Israel has admitted supporting the Islamic State in Syria and false flag terrorism is, after all, an Israeli specialty.
When we speak, however, of a souring of Spanish/Israeli relations, we do not mean that Spain refuses to submit to Jewish supremacy. On the contrary, since 2012, a Jew who can trace his ancestry to Medieval Spain may automatically become a Spanish citizen.
One should not be under the impression that the criticism of the reactionary, independence movement in Catalonia implies that the Spanish government is somehow ‘resisting imperialism’. The Rajoy regime is rotten to the core. In fact, many analysts suspect they may even be secretly collaborating with the Catalan separatists.
If Spain is to survive this century it will need to call for a new non-violent, political and ideological Inquisition and move towards a non-usurious economic Catholicism (in the Greek sense of that term) but at this late hour, we are all on Noah’s Arc heading for Eurotopia, drifting in an unholy sea of conversos.”
Independent writer Sean Jobst on the Catalonia referendum also observes:
“One Chabad website described an international Chabad conference that took place in the Catalan city of Girona, from 11-13 June 2017. It brought together 45 attendees from around the world, including many from countries with negligible Jewish populations. Girona was chosen because “It was once home to the second-largest Jewish community in Catalonia. In 1194, it was the birthplace of the medieval Kabbalist, Talmudist and Torah commentator Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman – known as Nachmanides or the Ramban – who served as its rabbi and established a yeshivah there.”
Notable attendees included Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, vice chairman of the Chabad educational wing Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch; and Rabbi Berel Lazar, the Chief Rabbi of Russia and a close ally of Vladimir Putin. Aside from Lazar, there was another Russian link: “Organizers said the conference was being underwritten by Jewish-Russian transportation magnate Shimon Aminov, who in his travels has encountered many of the most remote Chabad emissaries and wanted to do something to support their work in return.” The conference was also attended by its Guest of Honor Piugdemont, “who expressed his appreciation and admiration of the shluchim who flew in from near and far”.”
De-dollarization towards a Digital World Currency
Although nuanced and somewhat symbolic, the moves away from the US dollar as the world reserve currency are hard to deny. “Venezuela recently announced that it is de-dollarizing its future oil contracts and switching to euros and yuan instead”, Iran and Turkey have agreed to use their national currencies in trade to cut dependence on the dollar, and “China is expected shortly to launch a crude oil futures contract priced in yuan and convertible into gold… China’s move will allow exporters such as Russia and Iran to circumvent U.S. sanctions by trading in yuan.” China also just established a payment versus payment system for yuan and Russian ruble transactions, which it plans to introduce for yuan transactions with other currencies based on China’s One Belt One Road initiative.
Independent journalist James Corbett writes, “the IMF is formally adding the Chinese renminbi (aka the yuan) to their “Special Drawing Rights” basket on Saturday, October 1st [2The move boosts the yuan to the status of global reserve currency alongside its basket mates, the pound, the euro, the yen and the dollar.” …
“China’s SDR inclusion is not going to turn the world upside-down overnight. And if it was just the inclusion of one more currency in the global reserve basket (and only 10% of the basket at that), then this wouldn’t be significant all by itself. But while you were sleeping another development came along that gestures to the potentially transformative nature of this SDR makeover.
In August the World Bank announced to relatively little fanfare an historic bond issue: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IRBD), one of the five institutions under the World Bank umbrella, would sell nearly $3 billion worth of SDR-denominated bonds. And the currency of settlement? The Chinese yuan.” …
“As I explained before, this has been Beijing’s plan since the 2009 crisis: not to have the yuan replace the dollar as the global reserve, but to have the SDR replace the dollar. This allows the Chinese government to avoid having to liberalize the yuan or ease up on its rigid capital controls, but still gives it a seat at the table in a new global monetary order while simultaneously dethroning their best frenemy, the US. It’s win-win-win for China and, more importantly, win-win-win for the globalist oligarchs who want to bring in a New World Order of globally-administered currency.”
Corbett’s SDR analysis paints an even more telling picture when understood in conjunction with Brian Schrauger’s recent Jerusalem Post article titled, ‘Israel and the unexpected new world order’, where Schrauger writes:
“In the new and surprising economic world order, Israel could gain a degree of wealth not seen since the days of King Solomon.
For the Western world, strong new alliances between certain non-Western countries constitute something of a mystery. But while the West is distracted by political uprisings and remains enamored with the idea of its own “manifest destiny,” a new world order is emerging, dominated by up-and-coming global superpowers like Russia, China and India.” …
“Most importantly, Israel is positioned to guard the world’s Internet. Everything today is traded, controlled and administered online. And Israel is emerging as the world’s number one guardian of the worldwide web. That means, regardless of being a few miles offtrack from China’s Land and Maritime Roads, it is positioned to be the center of both belts.
Economists worry that China’s ambition could trigger a global economic collapse; a currency collapse, specifically. Maybe BRICS and One Belt One Road don’t care. A global currency collapse might be seen as a way to wipe the slate clean of nation-based currencies, especially the US dollar, and establish an international one: like Bitcoin, perhaps.
If Bitcoin is the model for a new Internet-based global currency, Israel is likely to be its guardian too, protecting that currency from hackers around the world.
As chief of security for the world’s information and currency, and with energy independence, Israel stands to gain substantial wealth.”
Israel’s domination of the usurious global banking sector and high technology industries through its Talpiot and Unit 8200 operations allow Israel to leverage immense power globally. This is how Israel is able to play all sides on the global chessboard. Considering Israel’s close ties with Russia and China, the “multipolar world order” should be approached with high caution.
Echoing some of what I quoted from Gearóid Ó Colmáin above regarding his solutions for Spain, we need to get back to Christ in the sense of understanding and enacting the natural law. On our current trajectory, we’re headed for disaster. A mass awakening is needed now more than ever.
Joseph Davis is an independent blogger from Memphis, Tennessee, USA. The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Global Village Space’s editorial policy.