Does the Entire World Now View the U.S. as a Dying Empire? New BRICS Alliance Takes on the Global Food Cartel by Eliminating the U.S. Dollar
The WW III "hot war" is continuing to escalate this week, as the regional conflict between Israel and Hezbollah (who some believe has 10x the military power that Hamas has) escalates, as does the Naval War in the Red Sea. However, as these news reports show growing military operations against the U.S. and Israel, something that is perhaps even more devastating to the U.S. was reported this week, and has mostly gone unnoticed by the U.S. Media, and that was an announcement published earlier this week in the Russian Press that the newly expanded BRICS alliance can now become a platform for a self-sufficient dollar-free grain market, and may even soon start their own Grain Exchange. While this news may seem far less serious than the current "Hot War" that is quickly escalating, I assure you, it is NOT! Besides the U.S. Military and their production of weapons of mass destruction that have allowed them to be the world's last remaining "Superpower" since WW II, the U.S. has also dominated the world by controlling the world's food through the Global Food Cartel, run by just a handful of wealthy families in the U.S. and the U.K. who own most of the world's corporations producing food. The U.S. has dominated the Global Food Cartel primarily by subsidizing, with American taxes, the three main crops they export all over the world: corn, soybeans, and wheat. Tax subsidies on these crops allow them to export them to other nations, where the price of these American crops are cheaper than what their own farmers can grow and sell them at. This, in turn, makes these countries dependent upon these cheap imports, allowing the U.S. to cut off supplies or jack up the price anytime they want, if they want to control that nation's internal affairs, such as demanding a regime change. This was a primary technique that the U.S. used back in 2011, during the "Arab Spring" which toppled the governments in Tunisia and Egypt. The U.S. did the same thing to the Iraqi people after President George Bush invaded their country. They brought in Daniel Amstutz, a former Cargill Corporation executive, to oversee the “rehabilitation” of agriculture in Iraq, by eliminating their local crops grown by small-scale producers, and replacing them with U.S. biotech GMO seeds and crops. But here at the beginning of 2024 with the expansion of BRICS, once they develop their own Grain Exchange, these poorer countries, such as Egypt, will be able to purchase Russian wheat in their own local currency at a much cheaper price than they buy from the U.S., and there will be no more "Arab Springs" imposed by the U.S. through grain imports to topple their governments. And the Middle Eastern countries are not the only ones benefiting from BRICS, so are the African countries. So how does the world view the United States here in 2024? My guess is that they see us as a dying Empire who is going to try and take down the rest of the world, as they scramble to make new alliances, both economically and militarily. And what about the U.S. political show in Washington D.C.? Do you think there is a single world leader that actually believes that Joe Biden, who can barely walk or talk, is actually running this country? They would probably be laughing hysterically at the U.S. right now, if they weren't so terrified about what is going to happen when the U.S. economy blows up.