Russia Should Rule the World
There’s so much to cover in the next two weeks that I’m just going to bang out important topics one after the other. The world is literally changing at a quantum pace, and if you’re not carefully watching events, you’ll find yourself chasing the new reality from the rear, which will cost you a fortune.
Today, I want to focus on Russia and why Vladimir Putin is 100% convinced that his country should rule the world and why he believes that he stands a chance at implementing an all-out war and winning it.
The key term to consider is that of a multipolar world.
Why is that a monumentally crucial term? It’s because Mohammed bin Salman, the heir to the throne of Saudi Arabia, admitted that the current geopolitical reality fits it.
Before WW2, there were many regional superpowers: Japan and its Caesar, Germany and its Caesar, colonial Great Britian and France, the emerging United States, and several others.
After WW2, there were only two clear superpowers and the Soviet Union, which was blessed with abundant wealth and riches of minerals, agriculture, industry, and human resources, was after only one thing: ACCESS to OCEANS.
If Russia or the Soviet Union could easily reach the open waters, they could, should, and would become a global superpower.
The United States knew this, of course. It raced towards manufacturing a mighty nuclear arsenal to deter the Soviets from attempting to expand their empire by getting their coveted ports that would damage the Americans and would create a global Soviet and communistic hegemony.
In order to isolate the Soviets and give themselves the chance to continue to reign over the western hemisphere, Deep State strategists came up with:
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The Bretton Woods System: USD backed by gold, navy patrols the high seas
IMF: A global monetary fund that helps U.S. allies
The World Bank: a financial institution aimed at enriching U.S. allies
NATO: The military alliance to block the Soviets
The Marshall Plan: building Europe’s ruined countries back
De-Colonialism: Forcing Europe’s former empires to liberate occupied territories and allow them independence
The Soviets, despite all of this, seemed to be winning.
They had created a machine that made Moscow an incredible beast. In the 1970s, they looked well on their way to becoming the hegemony that would fulfill their fate of ruling the world.
A series of wrong turns destroyed their chances, though. The Soviets made colossal errors. Japan, which was also in the race for global supremacy, made its own mistakes.
In 1991, the world had turned into the “American Dream.”
Japan was beaten, the Soviets were crushed, and the United States officially held the title of hegemony.
It dictated terms, and the world was its oyster, but it made its own deviations from what was working. By 2001, when the Twin Towers fell, the United States was lured into costly wars in the Middle East.
The last 22 years were a complete failure for the West. Today, even the Saudis, the closest ally to the Americans in the Middle East, are no longer considering themselves automatic “yes” men to U.S. foreign policy.
The weakened United States is truly facing real challenges to its hegemonic status.
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