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September 30, 2023

America Recoils In Terror After “Russian Nuclear Sword” Protected China Reveals World Vision

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

A vitally important for the entire world new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first notes President Putin said in a nationwide address this morning marking the first anniversary of Russia’s reunification with the People’s Republics of Donetsk and Lugansk, and Zaporozhye and Kherson regions: “The signing of agreements on 30 September 2022 incorporating the four territories into the Russian state was a defining and truly historic event...Millions of residents of Donbass and the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions made their choice to be with their Fatherland...Their reunification with Russia was a conscious, long-awaited, hard-won and genuinely popular decision made collectively through referendums in full compliance with international norms...By going to the polls, the people showed courage and integrity in the face of attempts to intimidate and deprive them of their right to determine their own future, their destiny, and to take away something every person values...Namely, culture, traditions, and mother tongue”.

Prior to addressing the Russian peoples today, this report notes, President Putin most factually observed to the members of the Russia-Latin America Parliamentary Conference yesterday: “The global economic system is structured to serve the interests of the Western elite, while developing countries are forced to borrow money at exorbitant interest rates...Loan obligations for developing markets are already akin to feudal payments to landlords...Therefore, we all have to work together to change the rules of the global financial system”—a factual observation joined by London-based consultancy Brand Finance revealing Russian state-run lender Sber Bank has won the title of strongest brand among European financial institutions—the Ministry of Finance (MoF) then reported: “Russia’s proceeds from oil and gas sales are set to soar by 30% in 2024, from $91 billion to $118.2 billion”—all of which was followed by top socialist Biden Regime official Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen admitting about the sanctions on Russian energy that have boomeranged on the West to crush their own economies: “The price cap imposed on Russian oil by the G7 countries is not working as intended”.

While watching Russia withstand and grow ever stronger in spite of everything the socialist Western colonial powers have done, this report continues, last evening it caused Secretary Aleksey Danilov of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council to confusingly lament: “The West does not have a clear picture of how the Ukraine conflict will end...The United States and its allies have repeatedly stated that they will stand with Kiev for as long as it takes...But no one can clearly answer us what our victory means...I have never heard them say the word victory”—European Union and NATO member leader Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban then strongly advised his socialist Western allies: “The conflict between Kiev and Moscow is not our war, but rather a Slavic fraternal war between two countries...For this reason, other nations should strive to isolate it, separate it, prevent it from spreading further”—and was strong advice that joined world renowned Hoover Institution military historian Victor Davis Hanson at Stanford University warning: “From the last 75 years of big-power rivalries, the operational “rules” of proxy wars are well known...But Ukraine risks now becoming a new - and different - proxy war altogether...We should be mindful that the entire region is an historical Gordian Knot of poorly understood but ancient intertwined and competing threads—one that may risk being cut by a Russian nuclear sword”.

With a Gordian Knot meaning an intricate problem, especially a problem insoluble in its own terms, this report details, the factual reason the United States led its socialist Western colonial allies into waging a proxy war against Russia is solely because of China, which is protected by a “Russian nuclear sword”—by igniting an intricate and insoluble for centuries “Slavic fraternal war” between Russia and Ukraine, the socialist Western colonial powers know the Kiev Regime can never achieve victory, but have pinned their fate on the conflict stopping Russia from defending their main enemy China—this week it saw top socialist Biden Regime official Secretary of State Antony Blinken proclaiming: “China is the real threat to the United States and the liberal world order...China has a much greater ability certainly than Russia to try to shape what the international system looks like”—a proclamation that joined top socialist Biden Regime official Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin writing in the opening of the “2022 National Defense Strategy of the United States America” global war document on 27 October 2022:  As President Biden’s National Security Strategy notes, the PRC is “the only country with both the intent to reshape the international order, and, increasingly, the economic, diplomatic, military, and technological power to do so””.

Causing the socialist Biden Regime to recoil in terror, this report concludes, on Tuesday the “Russian nuclear sword” protected People’s Republic of China released its white paper “A Global Community of Shared Future: China's Proposals and Actions” to “reshape the international order”—a massive white paper best summarized in the analytical article “The Chinese Alternative: Beijing Reveals Its Vision For The World”, wherein it assessed:

The paper made an appeal to human unity, arguing that humanity faces common challenges to its survival and future, and therefore must unite and cooperate.

The paper drew a deliberate contrast to the actions of unnamed third parties which it condemned as “bloc politics”, “alliances”, and “Cold War mentality”.  It was quite explicitly a Chinese roadmap to its own foreign policy vision for the world, and as such, an alternative manifesto to American unipolarity.

If the US is a contemporary opponent of globalization, China is its strongest advocate.  While America wants to reserve its privileges and kick away the ladder developing countries can use to rise and become prosperous, China envisions openness as the only path to its own advancement and encourages other countries to join it.  These two contrasting visions form a critical juncture in the world’s future path, and ultimately the rise of China will be pivotal in whether a multipolar world can succeed, or the US will hold on to its dominance forever.

The US-Led Western Order

For the past 400 years, the international system has been shaped by an exclusive group of countries who have built an order designed to uphold their respective economic, commercial, technological, and military privileges.  This order was built from European colonial empires, and later handed over to the US by the middle of the 20th century.  It derives its power from exacerbating inequality and dominance over the states of the Global South, keeping access to capital conditional on ideological, military, and political subjugation.  In maintaining this system, only states that have endorsed the order, such as for example Japan or South Korea, have been allowed to rise to prosperity, while states that have opposed it have been deliberately isolated from key financial and technological markets.  The US sits atop the hierarchy, with a network of vassals who maintain their privileges by being part of the system, in particular the former empires of Britain, France, Germany and, as mentioned, Japan.

The Rise Of China

However, the rise of China as an economic and technological power, which the US once believed would be “converted” to its way of life through the ideological impact of capitalism and free trade, has posed a unique challenge to this system.  It has created a new global nexus of power that has surpassed the previous big challenger to the West-centric order, the Soviet Union, and is now giving a new avenue for the countries of the Global South to secure their own political and economic autonomy without having to vassalize themselves to former colonial powers.  This has led to an all-out campaign by the US to try and suppress the rise of China by various means, including technological embargos, military encirclement, escalation of tensions and a negative publicity campaign.

In doing so, the US has begun to actively dismantle the system of globalization it once built, as a confident and victorious hegemon, in the bid to sustain its inherent privileges and shoehorn the global power distribution back into unipolarity.  This sends a message to the Global South that no country will be allowed to become wealthy or developed unless it signs up to US terms and conditions.  China, on the other hand, through its economic rise, is the primary benefactor (ironically enough) of the once open system of US globalization.  Thus, China’s primary foreign policy strategy is not to engage head on in a confrontational cold war with the US, but rather to avert its impact by keeping the global system open.

China understands, as seen in Europe, that the primary strategy of the US is to incite division between countries in order to promote itself as a guarantor and savior, and therefore in turn gain leverage over countries and profit through the military industrial complex.  In this case, the US seeks to break up integration between countries, such as for example by demanding Europe cut off Russian gas.  On the other hand, China is promoting what it describes as “win-win” integration and openness between other countries, in order to fully utilize its economic potential and benefit from free trade.  In doing so, Beijing warns against the consequences of a divided world and advocates unity as the true human interest, as opposed to America’s binary and uncompromising emphasis on freedom, democracy and conflict.

This gives us two deeply contrasting visions for world order, and while countries such as Britain, Canada, and Japan clearly have chosen their side, the countries in the middle have not, and will ultimately have to decide their own fate.    

[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]






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