25 May 2023 (LINK TO SORCHA FAAL ARTICLE)
“The Storm Is Coming” Warning Issued As “Doomsday Playbook” Appears
In his video address to participants of the 11th International Meeting of High Representatives for Security Issues yesterday, President Putin told the top security officials from 100 of the world’s nations:
Clearly, the international situation can be described in terms of mounting instability.
Different regions see old hotbeds of tension expand and new ones emerge, the negative burden of conflicts is piling up, and people in many countries are experiencing the dramatic aftermath of the foreign-engineered coups.
This state of affairs directly stems from the desire of individual states and associations to preserve their dominance and impose their rules as they continue to act in complete disregard of other countries’ sovereignty, national interests and traditions.
All of that goes hand in hand with building up military capacity and brutal interference in the internal affairs of other countries, as well as the attempts to secure unilateral advantages from the energy and food crises provoked by a number of Western states.
Russia is convinced that there is a workable alternative to this destructive course and policy of blackmail and illegitimate sanctions, which includes the strengthening of stability around the world, the consistent building of single and indivisible security, and the solution to formidable tasks leading to economic, technological and social progress.
To get there, it is primarily important to coordinate the efforts of all countries and to ensure painstaking joint work based on the principles of mutual respect, partnership and trust. These approaches are laid down in the revised Russia’s Foreign Policy Concept.
I have said more than once and I will say it again: our country stands ready to establish close interaction with all countries that have an interest in countering common threats and challenges facing humanity.
We highly appreciate the fact that Russia has many partners in different regions and on different continents and the historically strong, friendly, and trust-based ties with the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America and we will work to fortify them in every way we can.
I am sure that acting together we will build a more just multipolar world, and the exceptionalism-driven ideology, as well as the neo-colonial system that made it possible to exploit the resources of the whole world, will inevitably become a thing of the past.
To understand the thoughts and principles underlying President Putin’s words, you first need to understand that Russia has the world’s largest amount of natural resources valued at over $75-trillion.
You next need to know that upon assuming leadership over the world’s largest amount of natural resources long coveted by the socialist Western colonial powers, President Putin was educated in free market principles by the American libertarian think tank CATO Institute headquartered in Washington, D.C..
Also educating President Putin about free market principles was the late Nobel Prize winning American economist Milton Friedman, whose “I, Pencil” video is a masterpiece of explaining how free markets principles work, and in commenting on the Western idea to impose a price cap on Russian energy resources, President Putin told the socialist Western colonial powers last October:
In this regard, I would like to quote American economist, Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman: “We economists don’t know much, but we do know how to create a shortage. If you want to create a shortage of tomatoes, for example, just pass a law that retailers can’t sell tomatoes for more than two cents per pound. Instantly you’ll have a tomato shortage”. It’s the same with oil or gas.
Let me remind you that Milton Friedman passed away in 2006 and he had nothing to do with the Russian government and can no longer be branded Russian agent of influence.
These appear to be universal facts. However, some nations’ leaders and their bureaucratic elite ignore these obvious factors.
Because President Putin has strictly adhered to free market principles, the top American rating agency Moody’s just reported: “Russia’s economic pull in the Eurasian Economic Union remains strong despite geopolitical tensions and Western sanctions”, and in the economic report “The BRICS Has Overtaken The G7 In Global GDP” released in March, saw it revealing: “The current BRICS five now contribute 31.5% of global GDP, while the G7 share has fallen to 30%…The BRICS is expected to contribute over 50% of global GDP by 2030…The BRICS currently include Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, while the G7 includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, as well as the European Union…The BRICS is also expanding – Bangladesh, Egypt and the UAE have all just joined the BRICS New Development Bank, with numerous other countries poised to do the same”.
Unlike BRICS nations that strictly adhere to free market principles, the socialist Western colonial powers have adopted a radical socialist woke ideology they call the “rules based international order”, that they can’t define while trying to impose it on the rest of the world by force and threats, but whose destruction of free market principles sees the Wall Street Journal reporting today: “Wall Street is breaking out its doomsday playbook for how to survive a U.S. default”, and in a glimpse of what’s to come, the leftist Washington Post article “Why Warren Buffett’s Taiwan Pullout Has Unsettling Implications” published today reveals: “If you pay attention to what Warren Buffett thinks, you’re probably doing it for investment advice, not geopolitical predictions…But there’s something more than a little unnerving about the “Oracle of Omaha” selling his conglomerate’s remaining shares in the world’s largest chipmaker, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), because he isn’t confident that Taiwan is a safe place to do business anymore…On an analyst call this month, Buffett said, “I don’t like its location, and I’ve reevaluated that””.
You should also note world-renowned Brazilian geopolitical analyst Pepe Escobar having just warningly observed:
Make no mistake about what the G7’s Hiroshima Communique is all about.
The setting: a city in neo-colony Japan nuclear-bombed 78 years ago by the United States, for which it made no excuses.
The message: the G7, actually G9 (augmented by two unelected Eurocrats) declares war – hybrid and otherwise – against BRICS+, which has 25 nations on its waiting list and counting.
The G7’s key strategic objective is the defeat of Russia, followed by the subjugation of China. For the G7/G9, these – real – powers are the main “global threats” to “freedom and democracy”.
The corollary is that the Global South must toe the line – or else. Call it a remix of the early 2000s “you’re either with us or against us”.
Meanwhile, in the real world – that of productive economies – the dogs of war bark while the New Silk Road caravans keep marching on.
The key New Silk Roads of emerging multipolarity are China’s ambitious, multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the Russia-Iran-India International North South Transportation Corridor (INSTC). They have evolved in parallel and may sometimes overlap.
What is clear is the G7/G9 will go to the ends of the earth to undermine them.
In viewing the looming global showdown between the nuclear armed free market BRICS bloc and the nuclear armed socialist Western colonial powers, international conflict and security expert Professor Andrew Latham, at Macalester College in St. Paul-Minnesota, released his open letter “The Rules-Based International Order Is Ending. What Will Replace It?”, wherein he warningly assessed:
The much-vaunted liberal international order – recently re-branded as the rules-based international order or RBIO – is disintegrating before our very eyes.
The rules, norms and institutions first tentatively assembled into a coherent system of global governance in the immediate post-World War II era but only becoming fully globalized in the aftermath of the Cold War no longer have the regulative or structuring effects they once had.
The United Nations Security Council is paralyzed; the norm prohibiting wars of aggression has been shattered; the institutions governing the global economy are faltering under the weight of repeated financial crises; and even stable regional organizations like NATO and the European Union are experiencing unprecedented centrifugal forces that are threatening to tear them apart.
Indeed, one might even say, as did the Italian political theorist Antonio Gramsci in the similarly auspicious interwar period, “the old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born”.
And we might even be tempted to conclude, as did Gramsci, that this is necessarily a terrifying time — as he put it, “a time of monsters”.
Echoing Professor Latham’s warning assessment, this past week it saw Reverend Franklin Graham gravely warning the American people: “The world has deteriorated so quickly…We cannot be deceived and we can’t be fooled…We need to get ready and be prepared…It’s not going to be good…The world is deteriorating so quickly it seems like every demon in hell has been turned loose…The storm is coming where we’re going to be off the radio and television and the internet”.
The coming storm will be so bad that Reverend Graham argues “it is essential for Christians to have their own ways to store data”, then he revealed that Samaritan’s Purse built its own data center in Colorado, so it could keep operating without worrying about an external supplier, and stated: “We built it big enough so that we can help other organizations if they want to store their data there, too”.
Like Reverend Graham, the Dear Sisters are preparing for “the coming storm” to keep you informed of true things, but whose greatest need is your immediate support, which you can provide by going below and giving what you can before it’s too late—keep in mind that in “a time of monsters” where “every demon in hell has been turned loose”, by doing nothing you’ve already chosen which side you’re on—and never forget the command of our Dear Lord in the Book of James, Chapter 4, Verse 17: “So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin”.
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