„Die Zukunft liegt im eurasischen Raum“ – Rainer Rupp über den Krieg in der Ukraine — CO-OP NEWS

RT DE befragte Rainer Rupp in einem Interview zum Sinn deutscher Waffenlieferungen an die Ukraine und dem daraus entstehenden Risiko, wie sich dieser Krieg weiter entwickeln wird und ob Deutschland zu weiteren Sanktionen genötigt werden könnte.Hier im Video: https://test.rtde.live/europa/136636-zukunft-liegt-im-eurasischen-raum/

„Die Zukunft liegt im eurasischen Raum“ – Rainer Rupp über den Krieg in der Ukraine — CO-OP NEWS

The Dollar Devours the Euro

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The Dollar Devours the Euro

By Michael Hudson

Apr. 7, 2022

It is now clear that today’s escalation of the New Cold War was planned over a year ago, with serious strategy associated with America’s plan to block Nord Stream 2 as part of its aim of blocking Western Europe (“NATO”) from seeking prosperity by mutual trade and invest-ment with China and Russia.

As President Biden and U.S. national-security reports announced, China was seen as the major enemy. Despite China’s helpful role in enabling corporate America to drive down labor’s wage rates by de-industrializing the U.S. economy in favor of Chinese industriali-zation, China’s growth was recognized as posing the Ultimate Terror: prosperity through socialism. Socialist industrialization always has been perceived to be the great enemy of the rentier economy that has taken over most nations in the century since World War I ended, and especially since the 1980s. The result today is a clash of economic systems – socialist industrialization vs. neoliberal finance capitalism.

That makes the New Cold War against China an implicit opening act of what threatens to be a long-drawn-out World War III. The U.S. strategy is to pry away China’s most likely econo-mic allies, especially Russia, Central Asia, South Asia and East Asia. The question was, where to start the carve-up and isolation.

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Die Rätsel Chinas – Wiederaufstieg einer Weltmacht – Von Wolfgang Müller (isw – sozial-ökologische Wirtschaftsforschung e.V.)

Pepe ESCOBAR: „China widens its Silk Road to the world“; Asia Times, 13.05.2017

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Martin Zeis 13.05.2017

Tomorrow the two-day Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation is starting in Beijing. Representatives from more than a hundred nations will converge in Beijing and most of them are from the 120-nation Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).

„Of course we will have Vladimir Putin, representing the Russia-China strategic partnership (BRICS, SCO) that spans everything from energy to infrastructure projects (including the future Trans-Siberian high-speed rail). But, crucially, we will also have Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, leaders of two key hubs of OBOR/BRI.

Most of the West still needs a weatherman to see which way the wind is blowing. And a lot of Western media revel in dismissing OBOR/BRI as a conspiracy, a “scheme”, or a Chinese attempt to “encircle” Eurasia. Only one G7 leader will be in Beijing; Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, who is very keen to investigate symbiotic links between Italy’s Industry 4.0 program and China’s Made in China 2025 manufacturing initiative.

Angela Merkel might have turned down her invitation but it doesn’t really matter as German industrialists are all for OBOR/BRI.“ (1)

In an article „China widens its Silk Road to the world“ Escobar specifies the geopolitical/geoeconomic implications of this connectivity project — spanning 65 nations, 60% of the world’s population and a third of global economic output.

Escobar is one of the few world famous journalists covering the New Silk Roads since they were first announced in 2013. (2)

(1) Asia Times 13.05.2017 – see attachment (pdf) and URL: http://www.atimes.com/article/china-widens-silk-road-world

(2) Pepe Escobar: New Silk Roads and an Alternate Eurasian Century; TomDispatchOctober 5, 2014 URL: http://www.tomdispatch.com/post/175903/tomgram%3A_pepe_escobar%2C_new_silk_roads_and_an_alternate_eurasian_century/#more

ESCOBAR-China-widens-its-Silk-Road-to-the-world170513.pdf .pdf

Iran Links to Eurasia with Persian Canal | Réseau International (english)

With the US and EU economic sanctions gone, it’s becoming clear that Iran today wants to build not destroy as the West seems hell-bent to do. The latest is

Quelle: Iran Links to Eurasia with Persian Canal | Réseau International (english)

F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.
http://journal-neo.org/2016/04/07/iran-links-to-eurasia-with-persian-canal/