“You be so quiet and so still,” Green Mile
In the phenomenal movie The Green Mile, the character of John Coffey (“like the drink, only not spelled the same”) has supernatural powers, the ability to heal and to do good, which is the irony of the film and its criticism that these basic human traits are no longer natural.
In order to heal the character of Tom Hanks, John Coffey tells him to come near, but since he looks massive (actor Michael Clarke Duncan is 1.96 meters and very muscular) and the camera filmed him towering over everyone else, death row prison guard, Paul Edgecomb, slowly walks towards John Coffey, who then grabs him and doesn’t let go.
In the scene, John Coffey applies his healing power on Paul (Tom Hanks), who is terrified by the ordeal, yet it works.
The Bretton Woods agreements of 1944 remind me of this dynamic, to an extent. The U.S., which is far more powerful than John Coffey ever was, wanted to selfishly advance its agenda around the globe (just like every nation does), but it applied maximum pressure, using its military might to leverage control over the seas, with the largest fleet to ever exist.
Unlike the utopian and altruistic Coffey, who wanted to spread good without getting anything in return, purely out of kindness, American politicians live in the real world and offered allies protection, military aid, naval assistance by keeping trade routes open and safe and financial incentives, in exchange for doing business with it, using the dollar.
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When the Americans presented this to the Saudis in 1945, the petrodollar was born: cheap oil, sold to America and its allies, in exchange for taking Saudi Arabia under its wing, without reservations.
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Exactly one month ago, on December 8th 2022, Mohammed Bin Salman Al Saud, crown prince of Saudi Arabia, or MBS, as the media calls him, hosted President Xi to discuss weapon deals, the construction of 5G and 6G networks, selling oil to China in Yuan over dollars and possibly joining BRICS nations.
Without knowing that the United States has their back, the Saudis must look for a new daddy and because China desperately needs oil supplies and wants to destabilize the dollar, an historic deal with the Saudis is a major win.
What 2022 has proved to all nations is that even a major economy like Russia could get sanctioned overnight and not access 50% of its reserves, their dollars and gold, because the U.S. can use its financial supremacy to bring it about.
As we speak, other countries, such as Turkey, Nigeria, Algeria, Egypt and even Saudi Arabia, are thinking about joining the BRICS nations, because of their need to diversify away from solely relying on their relationship with Washington to playing both sides.
In June, Putin even called for the need for a new reserve currency in the BRICS summit, and if Biden’s administration continues to distance itself from Mohammed Bin Salman, he could be the sitting president during the greatest change in American monetary status since Nixon.
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