THE THREAT TO THE CIVILIZED WORLD OF A RUSSIAN/CHINESE ECONOMIC/MILITARY ALLIANCE.
I have predicted for years now that the real threat to world peace will someday be caused by a great military and economic alliance between Russia and China, and now, since Putin and Xi have announced their intentions of joining forces to build a “New World Order” I believe my insights will finally be proven to be valid.
With the recent meeting between President Putin and Xi, the world is witnessing the beginning of a new era of mutually supportive strategic relations between China and Russia. The two nations share an array of common interests and a view of the world that differs significantly from that of the United States and Europe.
In my way of thinking, this “array of common interests and the different view of the world that is vastly different than that of the United States and Europe should serve as a warning to the Western nations that “The New World” order of the Russo/Chinese pact will have no place for the ways of the West — which means that sooner or later, this new monolithic economic/military alliance will go about the business of conquering and subjugating the West or of destroying it entirely.
I know there are a lot of naysayers who are clicking their tongues and giving me a sideways glance as I write this, but they are always out there and they are the ones who, as events unfold, walk about wringing their hands and mourning the day they refused to listen to warnings like the ones I am attempting to give right now.
Both Russia and China firmly believe that the West-led international order and its underpinning rules and values represent an existential threat to their societies. And both have vowed to stand up against Western domination in their respective regions.
To me this means that sooner or later a mutually destructive war between the Russo/China alliance is inevitable. Both these huge nations are aggressive in nature, both are power mad, both are capable of destroying the world, both of them hate the West — so either dominating the West or reducing it to a burned out cinder can be their only option for developing their rationale.
The emergence of this enduring and growing friendship between Russia and China is evidence that both sides are in a deep struggle to derail a US-led global order that threatens their core national interests. I believe that if they cannot do this peacefully, they will eventually decide to go all “Hitler” on the world and do it militarily.
In the short-term, both countries are focusing on expanding trade and commerce, including joint ventures in infrastructure projects like railway construction and oil pipelines. In the medium-term, both nations are greatly enhancing their defense cooperation, stepping up military exercises used for training and signaling, and increasing joint air patrols along key routes to Asia and building up their munitions supplies to frightening proportions.
At the same time, both countries are redoubling their efforts to build a network of transport routes connecting Europe and Asia via their borders. Those routes will allow for more streamlined and faster connections between the two continents, opening up opportunities for trade across the region. My idea is that with the threat posed by this alliance from hell, Europe and the United States should immediately cease all trade with China —
Xi and Putin also recognize that the world is changing more quickly than in past decades. As a result, both leaders have stressed the need to work together to make sure that the world’s economic systems are adapted to meet the changing needs of the modern world. In my view this means making sure that the world’s economic systems are brought under Chinese and Russian control to meet the needs of the world as both of them envision changing it.
This will require more coordinated action than ever before, both on the diplomatic front and in the security sphere, experts say. This could mean more joint military exercises, but it might also involve more Chinese aid to Russia, including weapons and intelligence information.
But this is a risky path, as it will likely only exacerbate current U.S.-Russian tensions, which are already strained as Washington and Moscow battle over Ukraine and other issues. Moreover, it is unclear how Russia would respond to such an influx of military assistance from China, which has so far been less direct and limited in scope than its support for Ukraine.
I think I can assure you that Russia would be more than happy to have the biggest possible influx of military assistance from China at this period in time and that they will definitely be getting it.
But whether or not such a partnership is successful depends largely on the strength of their respective national economies. If the Kremlin’s economy is weakened or destroyed by Western sanctions, then it is unlikely that Moscow will continue to support China’s broader strategic interests – including its attempts to disrupt American dominance.
I think it is time for the west to do what they can to weaken the economies of both of these threatening countries before it is too late to stop the monolith from rolling over all the rest of is and trampling us all into the ground.
Experts say that China and Russia’s inclination to build their alignment against the US – and a world order more suited to their own more autocratic agendas – was driving the meeting, not interest in resolving the conflict in Ukraine.
I have reported and rendered my opinion — Make up your own mind.