by Scott Creighton
So much disinformation out there, I thought I would put together a little real stuff for those of you who are keeping track.
You will notice the cold war is starting back up… Russia is being demonized on the right with Edward Snowden and on the left due to their supposed “war on the gays”.
But the truth is, Russia is standing in the way of our latest “humanitarian intervention” regime change plan in Syria and they don’t pull many punches when talking about the poisonous influence of Western styled neo-liberalism (having suffered under it first hand during the Yeltsin days)
China is in the same boat for a number of reasons, Snowden being the most recent.
Brazil of course has it’s own color revolution brewing while India is getting a reputation along with the other BRICS nations as being “difficult” for the MNCs (multinational corporations i.e. “our national interests”) to make a fast buck. They tend to frown on regulations don’t ya know.
“If corporations from the developed world are faltering in the higher growth emerging and the much hyped BRIC economies, that’s because of the increased risk of corruption in these markets. In India and China, for instance, payments to government to renew contracts and for licences and permits are not alien.
Government interference and the resultant opaqueness breed a culture of corruption. In lands where bribe-paying is considered normal behaviour, MNCs that are keen to grab a piece of lucrative pies have little choice but to do in such Romes of international business as the Roman industrialists do.” Economic Times of India
When they say all wars are banker’s wars, they’re not kidding. International finance has been behind every war that I know of, they’ve either started them or provoked them or invented them in a studio someplace and what we see happening today reflects that truism.
With the global economy on the decline due to the designed collapse of Western economies in order to facilitate a neo-liberalization of those nations, it’s quite understandable that 1. the BRICS nations would attract the attention of developing economies and 2. our glorious leader would do everything in his power to see to it that the BRICS doesn’t end up replacing the IMF and World Bank as the primary lender of choice across the globe.
To that end, after Morsi went forward with the anti-neo-liberal constitution and continued to put off signing a deal with the IMF for so long, it was only a matter of time before he had to go.
And on top of all of that, he was talking to the BRICS nations about what he called “E-BRICS”… and THAT ladies and gentlemen was all she wrote:
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