Inhabitants of a part of the world who are unjustifiably called civilized, i.e. Western Civilization, do not realize that they are becoming less and less important pawns on the geopolitical map of the world.
A new merger of the five BRICS countries arose out of nowhere. These five founding countries include Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
An interesting article appeared on the Austrian TKP platform on Monday: Latin America on the way to a multipolar order.
In mid-August, Venezuela will host the “Sniper Frontier” military exercise, which will be attended by the Russian, Iranian and Chinese militaries and at least 10 other nations.
A year and a half ago, at the forum in Davos, I emphasized once again that the era of the unipolar world order is over….despite all attempts to save it, to maintain it by any means necessary. When they won the Cold War, the US declared themselves God’s representatives on earth, people with no responsibilities – only interests. They don’t seem to have noticed that new centers of power have emerged and are getting louder. A quote from Putin’s June 17 speech at the International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg.
On June 27, Argentina and Iran applied to join the BRICS group.
Politically and economically isolated from the US, Venezuela has the largest oil reserves in the world. President of Venezuela Maduro promoted economic ties with Turkey in the fields of oil and gas, gold, mining and tourism, and extended this cooperation to Algeria, Kuwait, Qatar and Azerbaijan, resulting in a 20-year strategic agreement with the Islamic Republic of Iran culminated.
Also, cooperation agreements between Saudi Arabia, China and Russia mark the beginning of the decline in the petrodollar’s dominance in world markets. Due to the current economic crisis – the beginning of the greatest recession in the history of the world – we are dealing with a temporary phenomenon of appreciation of the dollar against other currencies. It is caused, among other things, by rate hikes by the FED. This phenomenon will continue until the US elections in November. High interest rates will bankrupt many US companies, leading to unemployment and stagnation, followed by an economic recession.
We are witnessing the emergence of new, important political centers that will increasingly shape the future of our world. No one knows who will have the most say in politics and business in a few years’ time. Since the shameful US flight from Afghanistan, the process of US decline in the international arena has begun. Another force will take that place. Hopefully this force will not deploy the “defense alliance” responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of innocent people around the world.
I would like to point out that my report does not reflect my personal attitude towards these phenomena. My worldview came at a time when Poland was completely ruled by the USSR and I find it difficult to accept the communist tendencies of China or Venezuela. However, I will not censor myself. The reason I write so much on this subject is simple: the official media clearly lack such information.
I try to be as objective as possible. However, there are people who accuse me of preaching communist ideas. In response to such absurd claims, I would like to present a document that clearly defines both my past and present attitude towards communism:
If you are interested in the reasons why I received this badge, I encourage you to read my story 40 years ago.
Author of the article: Marek Wojcik