The Big Picture: A Eurasian Superpower is about to Straddle the World and Challenge US Dominance

By Pepe Escobar
August 27, 2020
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Beijing-Moscow is already on; Berlin-Beijing is a work in progress; the missing but not distant link is Berlin-Moscow

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LD:  According to Pepe Escobar, it’s only a matter of time before Germany and Russia team up and become close allies with China, leaving America and the rest of the world unable to challenge their hegemony. Europe would disintegrate and many Eastern European countries would join Germany in forging alliances with Putin’s expanding Russia. They would then all become absorbed into an unchallengeable Eurasian superstate. This is the geopolitical nightmare now facing America and its allies. [LD]

We have seen how China is meticulously planning all its crucial geopolitical and geoeconomic moves all the way to 2030 and beyond. What you are about to read next comes from a series of private, multilateral discussions among intel analysts, and may helpfully design the contours of the Big Picture.

In China, it’s clear the path ahead points to boosting internal demand, and shifting monetary policy towards the creation of credit to consolidate the building of world-class domestic industries.

In parallel, there’s a serious debate in Moscow that Russia should proceed along the same path. As an analyst puts it,

“Russia should not import anything but technologies it needs until it can create them themselves and export only the oil and gas that is required to pay for imports that should be severely restricted. China still needs natural resources, which makes Russia and China unique allies. A nation should be as self-sufficient as possible.”

That happens to mirror the exact CCP strategy, as delineated by President Xi in his July 31 Central Committee meeting.

And that also goes right against a hefty neoliberal wing in the CCP – collaborationists? – who would dream of a party conversion into Western-style social democracy, on top of it subservient to the interests of Western capital.

Comparing China’s economic velocity now with the US is like comparing a Maserati Gran Turismo Sport (with a V8 Ferrari engine) with a Toyota Camry. China, proportionately, holds a larger reservoir of very well educated young generations; an accelerated rural-urban migration; increased poverty eradication; more savings; a cultural sense of deferred gratification; more – Confucianist – social discipline; and infinitely more respect for the rationally educated mind. The process of China increasingly trading with itself will be more than enough to keep the necessary sustainable development momentum going.

The hypersonic factor

Meanwhile, on the geopolitical front, the consensus in Moscow – from the Kremlin to the Foreign Ministry – is that the Trump administration is not “agreement-capable”, a diplomatic euphemism that refers to a de facto bunch of liars; and it’s also not “legal-capable”, a euphemism applied, for instance, to lobbying for snapback sanctions when Trump has already ditched the JCPOA.

President Putin has already said in the recent past that negotiating with Team Trump is like playing chess with a pigeon.

PUTIN: “Negotiating with Team Trump is like playing chess with a pigeon.”

The demented bird walks all over the chessboard, shits indiscriminately, knocks over pieces, declares victory, then runs away.

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IN CONTRAST, serious lobbying at the highest levels of the Russian government is invested in consolidating the definitive Eurasian alliance: uniting Germany, Russia and China.

But that would only apply to Germany after Merkel.

According to a US analyst, “the only thing holding back Germany is that they can expect to lose their car exports to the US and more, but I tell them that can happen right away because of the dollar-euro exchange rate, with the euro becoming more expensive.”

On the nuclear front, and reaching way beyond the current Belarus drama – as in there will be no Maidan in Minsk – Moscow has made it very clear, in no uncertain terms, that any missile attack from NATO will be interpreted as a nuclear attack.

The Russian defensive missile system – including the already tested S-500s, and soon the already designed S-600s – arguably may be 99% effective. That means Russia would still have to absorb some punishment. And this is why Russia has built an extensive network of nuclear bomb shelters in big cities to protect at least 40 million people.

Russian analysts interpret China’s defensive approach along the same lines.

Beijing will want to develop – if they have not already done so – a defensive shield, and still retain the ability to strike back against a US attack with nuclear missiles.

The best Russian analysts, such as Andrei Martyanov, know that the three top weapons of a putative next war will be offensive and defensive missiles and submarines combined with cyber warfare capabilities.

The key weapon today – and the Chinese understand it very clearly – is nuclear submarines.

Russians are observing how China is building their submarine fleet – carrying hypersonic missiles – faster than the US. Surface fleets are obsolete. A wolf pack of Chinese submarines can easily knock out a carrier task force. Those 11 US carrier task forces are in fact worthless.

So in the – horrifying – event of the seas becoming un-sailable in a war, with the US, Russia and China blocking all commercial traffic, that’s the key strategic reason pushing China to obtain as much of its natural resources overland from Russia.

Even if pipelines are bombed they can be fixed in no time. Thus the supreme importance for China of Power of Siberia – as well as the dizzying array of Gazprom projects.

The Hormuz factor

A closely guarded secret in Moscow is that right after German sanctions imposed in relation to Ukraine, a major global energy operator approached Russia with an offer to divert to China no less than 7 million barrels a day of oil plus natural gas. Whatever happens, the stunning proposal is still sitting on the table of Shmal Gannadiy, a top oil/gas advisor to President Putin.

In the event that would ever happen, it would secure for China all the natural resources they need from Russia. Under this hypothesis, the Russian rationale would be to bypass German sanctions by switching its oil exports to China, which from a Russian point of view is more advanced in consumer technology than Germany.

Of course this all changed with the imminent conclusion of Nord Stream 2 – despite Team Trump taking no prisoners to sanction everyone in sight.

Backdoor intel discussions made it very clear to German industrialists that if Germany would ever lose its Russian source of oil and natural gas, coupled with the Strait of Hormuz shut down by Iran in the event of an American attack, the German economy might simply collapse.

There have been serious cross-country intel discussions about the possibility of a US-sponsored October Surprise involving a false flag to be blamed on Iran. Team Trump’s “maximum pressure” on Iran has absolutely nothing to do with the JCPOA. What matters is that even indirectly, the Russia-China strategic partnership has made it very clear that Tehran will be protected as a strategic asset – and as a key node of Eurasia integration.

PUTIN: ‘We will back Iran to the hilt if America attacks it!”

Cross-intel considerations center on a scenario assuming a – quite unlikely – collapse of the government in Tehran. The first thing Washington would do in this case is to pull the switch off the SWIFT clearing system. The target would be to crush the Russian economy. That’s why Russia and China are actively increasing the merger of the Russian Mir and the Chinese CHIPS payment systems, as well as bypassing the US dollar in bilateral trade.

It has already been gamed in Beijing that were that scenario ever to take place, China might lose its two key allies in one move, and then have to face Washington alone, still on a stage of not being able to assure for itself all the necessary natural resources. That would be a real existential threat. And that explains the rationale behind the increasing interconnection of the Russia-China strategic partnership plus the $400 billion, 25-year-long China-Iran deal.

Bismarck is back

Another possible secret deal already discussed at the highest intel levels is the possibility of a Bismarckian Reinsurance Treaty to be established between Germany and Russia. The inevitable consequence would be a de facto Berlin-Moscow-Beijing alliance spanning the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), alongside the creation of a new – digital? – Eurasian currency for the whole Eurasian alliance, including important yet peripheral actors such as France and Italy.

Well, Beijing-Moscow is already on.
Berlin-Beijing is a work in progress.
The missing link is Berlin-Moscow.

That would represent not only the ultimate nightmare for Mackinder-drenched Anglo-American elites, but in fact the definitive passing of the geopolitical torch from maritime empires back to the Eurasian heartland.

It’s not a fiction anymore. It’s on the table.

Adding to it, let’s do some little time traveling and go back to the year 1348.

The Mongols of the Golden Horde are in Crimea, laying siege to Kaffa – a trading port in the Black Sea controlled by the Genoese.

Suddenly, the Mongol army is consumed by bubonic plague.

They start catapulting contaminated corpses over the walls of the Crimean city.

So imagine what happened when ships started sailing again from Kaffa to Genoa.

They transported the plague to Italy.

By 1360, the Black Death was literally all over the place – from Lisbon to Novgorod, from Sicily to Norway. As much as 60% of Europe’s population may have been killed – over 100 million people.

A case can be made that the Renaissance, because of the plague, was delayed by a whole century.

Covid-19 is of course far from a medieval plague. But it’s fair to ask: What Renaissance could it be possibly delaying?

Well, it might well be actually advancing the Renaissance of Eurasia.

It’s happening just as the Hegemon, the former “end of history”, is internally imploding, “distracted from distraction by distraction”, to quote T.S. Eliot. Behind the fog, in prime shadowplay pastures, the vital moves to reorganize the Eurasian land mass are already on.

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38 thoughts to “The Big Picture: A Eurasian Superpower is about to Straddle the World and Challenge US Dominance”

    1. Thanks for the great link XSAF.

      I doubt that anyone here will remember but I suspected behind-the-scenes maneuverings years ago to secretly engage the Russian-German gears, and despite heavy aversion for the Frau, don’t forget that she is a person of the highest mental capacity and training, just like Putin—her background is quantum chemistry and Stasi, so that stealth operations are within her competence—she is not running in either beauty or popularity pageant.
      And it is happening now in full view of the Jew—note that the cratering of NATO (thanks, Donald!) has opened the door for Germany to bolt toward her natural ally—Russia.

      Moreover, I claimed from the beginning that the only way to fight the Jew’s global chokehold is to collapse the misnamed and misbegotten “US” empire of never-ending slaughter, terror and intimidation, starting with euthanizing the petrodollar, then also neutering the army’s fighting and operational capability.
      And it is also happening, more than half way to the bottom of the infernal septic ditch—thanks to Trump and it is entirely academic whether he did it on purpose or not, the results are in for tallying, hate him all you want.

      1. Some people cast doubt on her doctoral dissertation and if it actually was her original work.

        From an academic in South Africa (writes on praag.co.za): “She, like Nelson Mandela, kept silence over their communist past.”

      2. Off topic, I don’t know why, but this morning I started to laugh at the moniker “Pepe Escobar”. Just the connotation …

    2. China knows that some people in the US now see it as a major power and threat to US power and based on casual conversations I have had with some Chinese over the years and some articles I have seen, I think some Chinese have a good understanding of European history. China can be compared to Germany after the country was formed in 1871 thru unification. From that point on Germany advanced very fast and became a major power. Great Britain and France became jealous and concerned. Russia and America joined the alliance. Chinese strategists know this and I think they see China as being in Germany’s position when it became a major power. I also once saw a very lengthy article (more like a short book) written by a Chinese on Germany’s economic strategy after the National Socialists came to power. Germany’s economy recovered very fast and the Chinese article recognized this I think it was written to see if there were things they could learn from Germany’s strategy. One of Germany’s goals was self sufficiency, which is not surprising at all after they found themselves fighting everyone in WW I. They wanted to be able to do everything on their own with a major incentive being the other major powers were allied against them. Germany’s major weaknesses were its geography, bordering so many other countries and its proximity to major powers hostile to it and its lack of natural resources. That no doubt played a part in its desire for Lebensraum (living space), which would mean taking Russian territory.

      I think the US is in big trouble, not the least because of violent communists (anti-fa) and anarchists (BLM). Faltering US competitiveness is also a problem. Both of these only became obvious and a topic of discussion in the last year or so. It’s unbelievable. I think the violence could lead to a civil war. This was unthinkable 2 years ago and now its a real concern, despite many Americans with their heads in the fog and not seeing it. I think the US should be looking for friends right now and not picking fights. I also wonder if Trump really believes what he says, that the US economy is so powerful. I think he is dead wrong. It’s not his fault but the stock market is a giant bubble that will burst and the dollar is now in decline. Both these problems could hit the US like a ton of bricks within a year. Then all hell could break loose and the US could be in a civil war with BLM and anti-fa targeting whites, who might begin to organize but it might be too late.

  1. Gernany has very strict laws against Holocaust denial and Anti-Semitism. Germany mustn’t join an alliance that includes Iran, the “Land of the Aryans”. Iran supports Revisionism and doesn’t recognise Israel. Germany trades with Iran under the pretence that money-making and politics were two completely things. Moreover the Turks have a growing influence on Gernany and the Turkish dream of resurrecting the Ottoman Empire is based on the Idea to unite Sunni and Shia under Turkish rule. However, Germany will always keep a certain distance to Iran until Iran bows to Israel. Merkel always complies totally with Bertelsmann and the boss and owner of Bertelsmann (both the media concern and the foundation) is one Liz Mohn who holds an honorary degree from the University of Tel Aviv. Everybody who wants to follow Merkel as leader of Germany has to do the same. No successor of Merkel would ally with Putin neither. Putin ist accused of supporting European Nationalists. Marine le Pen for exemple is financed solely by Russian banks. Also Putin dared to object the relentless German self-flagellation by speaking in an almost forgiving manner about historic wars. This is a sin that cannot be forgiven by leading German politiciens who were educated in the Communistic GDR. Unless Iranians convert to Judaism and a Russia without Putin returns to Socialism there is no way in hell that Germany teams up with them against the USA. Germany is not only selling cars to Americans. Just look how much e.p. T-Mobile and Fresenius have invested in the USA. Germany’s anger on Trump is not Anti-American. It is only that American companies such as Microsoft and Blackstone and Blackrock are very mighty in Germany and that those companies can force Germany to attack Trump.

    1. Nonsense. There is no anti-semitism in Iran. In fact, Iran is the home of the largest population of Jews in the Middle East after Israel. Iran objects to the “state” of Israel that has stolen the land of the Palestinians and is committing crimes against them. It objects to Zionism and even most of the Jews in Iran are against Zionism. It is your ignorance that equates anti-semitism with objection to Zionism.

  2. There are gaping holes in Pepe’s world but to those who wish Pepe’s ciphering to be viable and potentially come to pass, these are no doubt merely pin-holes.

    1) Pepe’s catapulting Black Plague bodies over the wall trick being compared to this current Covid-19 Scamdemic is apples and oranges.
    “Covid-19 is of course far from a medieval plague. But it’s fair to ask: What Renaissance could it be possibly delaying? Well, it might well be actually advancing the Renaissance of Eurasia.” Huh? How is it The Empire is badly affected by Covid while the Eurasian Renaissance is not? The East is affected same as the West whether Covid is a real plague or a propaganda plague. “Only 9,210 Americans Died From COVID-19”

    2) “China still needs natural resources” This one also compels head scratching.
    One of the top five largest territories on earth needs natural resources? China is not only giant sized with giant sized resources but also has a labor force of tens of millions and modern technology to avail themselves of their Mother lode. Yet Pepe says “China still needs natural resources?”

    3) PUTIN: “Negotiating with Team Trump is like playing chess with a pigeon.” The demented bird walks all over the chessboard, shits indiscriminately, knocks over pieces, declares victory, then runs away.”

    This is hardly more than the big guy shoving a cream pie in the face of the little guy. When you’re #1 militarily (it’s not even close) this is simply SOP gun-boat diplomacy as old as gun-boats and galleys. Being a former Soviet KGB Colonel, (does Hungary and Czechoslovakia ring a bell) Putin knows this as well as anyone, likely more so. China never shoves pies into anyone’s face, do they? LOL, tell it to Vietnam and the rest of SE Asia because China tells them watch it or we’ll crap all over you and knock over your pieces.
    Pot-kettle-black.

    4) The old Sci-fi weapons only we have, bluff. The U.S. has had hypersonic vehicles of various types, testing, etc., for decades. (X-15 flew Mach 6.7 in 1959!) And this was a manned flight. There was a pilot in there! That they shelved these projects (temporary) because there was no other nation even close to this technology at that time doesn’t mean they weren’t flying Mach 10 twenty 20 years ago and Mach 20 now. (mum’s the word) or the data got was lost and they’re scrambling to catch up, having to start from scratch. C’mon man!
    “For that reason, the nuclear-armed Avangard mostly is for show. It looks fearsome and sounds cool. “There is a lot of political theater there,” Podvig said.”

    5) “Those 11 US carrier task forces are in fact worthless.” Sheesh, how a professional can make a nonsensical statement like that is mind boggling if not downright off putting..
    11 US carrier task forces and the conveniently omitted 9 other smaller assault carriers carrying F-35B are (lol) “in fact worthless”

    Does Pepe drink heavily..

      1. I think Pepe’s general message is correct though and he is right to suggest it: that a new Eurasian super-bloc is in process of formation that will challenge American hegemony. Pepe is saying something highly controversial that has never made it into the MSM, viz., that Germany is about to jump ship, abandon NATO, and climb into bed with Russia and China.

      2. @ Hp

        “China still needs natural resources” This one also compels head scratching.

        One of the top five largest territories on earth needs natural resources? China is not only giant sized with giant sized resources but also has a labor force of tens of millions and modern technology to avail themselves of their Mother lode. Yet Pepe says “China still needs natural resources?”

        I’m sorry. China is NOT self-sufficient, despite her vast territory and huge population. China is deficient in one most important product: OIL. In fact the bigger the population, the more it needs oil and gas for heating, cooking, manufacturing, and transportation. Why else would China turn to Russia and Iran for oil and natural gas if it already had enough oil and natural gas?

        China may have enough oil and gas for a small sector of its population, but it certainly doesn’t have enough to satisfy the needs of 1.4 BILLION people. Hence the vital need for China to make alliances with countries (Russia and Iran) that DO have more than enough oil and natural gas ready for export.

      3. Pepe’s argument is cogent and I for one cannot fault it.

        (1) Russia holds a trump card over Germany. And Germany knows it. Germany — and in fact much of Europe — is heavily dependent on Russian oil and natural gas to heat their homes in winter and supply their energy needs. Russia has threatened to do this and send China the oil and gas it now sends to Germany and much of Europe. If Russia does this, Germany and Europe won’t survive. Their economies will crash. For a start, people will die of hypothermia in Europe unless their houses are heated.

        (2) So Germany is naturally tempted to dump Europe and NATO and fall into the arms of Russia. Russia will then make sure that Germany continues to receive all the essential oil and natural gas it needs.

        Q.E.D.

        I think this should be obvious to anyone paying attention.

      4. Saki, yes it is in (everyone’s) best interests but not only do the best laid plans oft go awry but also the plans with the best intentions, unfortunately.

        Especially when natural born incompatibles get together and start making plans..

      5. Saki, do you think perhaps they might have significant so far undiscovered reserves of their own? After all, I can’t remember a year going by the past decade or two without new and significant discoveries of oil deposits being made. That’s a lot of territory, both onshore and off.

        Perhaps China even has one or two (mum’s the word) already discovered reserves which they’re understandably “shy” in admitting.

        “Why else would China turn to Russia and Iran for oil and natural gas if it already had enough oil and natural gas?” Cheaper in the short term?

      6. @ Hp

        Saki, do you think perhaps they might have significant so far undiscovered reserves of their own? After all, I can’t remember a year going by the past decade or two without new and significant discoveries of oil deposits being made. That’s a lot of territory, both onshore and off.

        Yes, I absolutely agree. China is a vast country and probably does have undiscovered oil reserves. The quantity remain unknown. But this is a hypothetical, Homer; a big “maybe”. China cannot survive on the HOPE that it has enough oil to survive — it needs the certainty!

        If China, as you suggest, already knew it had enough oil and is “shy” about admitting it, this would not explain China’s eagerness to curry favor with Iran, a relatively small and not very popular country. China would be far more indifferent to Iran, far cooler, if it felt it didn’t really need Iran’s oil all that badly.

      7. Isn’t the upcoming happy trio of Germany, Russia and China a big maybe as well? Those darned plans gone awry, again.. Drat!

      8. But let’s say you and Pepe are correct and China NEEDS to continuously keep on importing oil. This is a Bigly chink in China’s armor given the propensity of the times, along with one’s allies, being subject to change practically by default. Sometimes even change on very short notice.

        As for Iran, the CCP atheists will take all the (shaky) friends they can get, I’d think.
        Islam + atheistic communism does not compute well at all, by default.

      9. @ Hp

        Islam + atheistic communism does not compute well at all, by default.

        I never thought of that! You are 100% correct.
        Islam and atheistic communism will never make amicable bedfellows.

    1. But as you say, hypotheticals. Which are at best moderately informative but at the core for the most part an entertaining exercise. (;>)
      And a civil exercise at that!

  3. Lasha says this is a geopolitical nightmare for America and her Allies. But whose America? Whose Allies?

    The only nightmare will be the trojan horse Biden becoming the POTUS and that despicable Commie witch Camella Harris the VPOTUS. 😝

  4. This is the entire article summed up in one crisp paragraph:

    LD: According to Pepe Escobar, it’s only a matter of time before Germany and Russia team up and become close allies with China, leaving America and the rest of the world unable to challenge their hegemony. Europe would disintegrate and many Eastern European countries would join Germany in forging alliances with Putin’s expanding Russia. They would then all become absorbed into an unchallengeable Eurasian superstate. This is the geopolitical nightmare now facing America and its allies. [LD]

    “Whose America?” you ask. “What Allies?”

    WHOSE AMERICA? — Your America, Brownhawk. My America. The America we are all share.

    WHAT ALLIES?— All NATO countries, Brownhawk, which are under obligation to fight for any other NATO country that is attacked from the outside — including America, whose troop are stationed in Germany right now and in hundreds of military bases dotted all round the world.

    Two of America’s biggest allies are Israel and Britain. Neither of them would survive if the US withdrew its support from them.

    1. I agree with you that Biden and Kamala Harris are a big threat to the future of America. I believe LD predicted a resounding Trump victory in a previous article, even though Biden was well ahead in the opinion polls at that time. I believe LD could be wrong. Things look pretty bleak for Trump right now.

      1. Biden and Harris are a bigger threat to America than they are to Trump. So are all the treasonous anti-Trump propagandists. Also, most of you seem to forget that Amercan multi-nationals occupy 500 places of importance in Russia. Russia and America will NOT go to war….
        Although this site gleefully publishes the prospects of America’s demise, it never admits the only reason it is able to speak freely is because of the freedom Amerca provides to do so.

    2. Manfred
      I should have been more clear. What I meant by “whose America”,”whose Allies” reflects an America that would have heeded George Washington at the outset, when he countenanced the new country to not get embroiled in foreign conflicts.

      In a fantasy of “wouldacouldashoulda” lies an irony regarding the first POTUS. Had he not been swayed and betrayed by his former aide and first Secretary of the Treasury the Rothschild agent Alexander Hamilton, which resulted in the financial umbilical cord never severed from the Crown, history may well have taken a dramatic turn for the better, with a Fortess America protected on both sides by the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The Red Man and the White Man living in peace and sharing the immense bounty of nature’s providence

      This is the kind of positive outcome we must project….as the dust settles 🙂

  5. Meanwhile, the fair State of Oregon, run by lunatics by any measure, is leading the nation in lunacy. Do not concern yourselves with any Eurasian superpower looming on the horizon. By the time the Eurasian Superpower is in place, the United States may have been gutted by it’s public school and university Marxist trained youth well funded by the same gang that funded the first Bolshevik Revolution in Russia.
    Trump will most likely be reelected and if that happens the Bolshevik led youth will only increase the Burning, Looting and Murdering. Trump now knows these Commie Bolsheviks and their Democrat enablers cannot be reasoned with. Even the Homosexual Democrats in control of Oregon and elsewhere are in no way safe from the mobs.
    If kept in office Trump has two choices. 1. He can do nothing and see if any local police and the Armed American can or will take care of situation. 2. Or, he can activate the Insurrection Act of 1807 (many of the well financed Bolsheviks have crossed state lines to do their dirty work) and move the US military and National Guard to clean out the infection. The military brass will be split on this option. In the first option the Constitutional Republic may be saved. In the 2nd option the United States may devolve into a totalitarian police state where it already seems to be headed from which it will not recover for decades if ever.
    The Chinese Tiger and the Russian Bear must be waiting on the sidelines licking their chops to see how all this will plays out.
    As Spengler mused 100 years ago in The Decline of the West that an optimist is a coward.

    ttps://www.oregonfirearms.org/the-heart-of-darkness

  6. Saki, not to beat a dead thread but check this out.
    Doesn’t Pepe work for the Asia Times?
    And this.

    Top 10 oil producers in 2020

    United States: 19.51 million bpd.
    Saudi Arabia: 11.81 million bpd.
    Russia: 11.49 million bpd.
    Canada: 5.50 million bpd.
    China: 4.89 million bpd.
    Iraq: 4.74 million bpd.
    United Arab Emirates (UAE): 4.01 million bpd.
    Brazil: 3.67 million bpd.

    1. @ Hp

      Thanks for your invaluable links, Homer.
      You have opened my mind to new possibilities.
      I’m here to learn from people like you. 🙂

      1. Yes, I believe China took advantage of the huge drop in oil prices recently to buy up massive reserves of cheap oil it has stored in reservoirs.

  7. nato, oil, the gasoline burning internal combustion engine, all the environmental and geopolitical problems oil fosters should have been things of the past decades ago…
    open up all the records in the patent offices all over the world… you’ll find hundreds of amazing inventions that could have freed the world of energy related difficulties locked up by the plutocrats… rockefellers own it all…
    https://www.amazon.com/Fuel-Water-Energy-Independence-Hydrogen/dp/0945516045
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=hydrogen+dune+buggy+stam+myer
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=hydrogen+dune+buggy+stam+myer

    1. ADMIN: This is the first on-topic comment you’ve made today without attacking someone on this site. That’s good. Keep it up.

      The USA is turning into a nightmare — whatever the Geopolitical situation in the world the USA is turning into a nightmare. The USA was on top of the world since the end of WW2. Being on top of the world and in control of the Geopolitics of the world for the last 75 years hasn’t helped in saving the United States. If Washington manages to retain control of the Geopolitical situation in the world, so what? On the domestic front the USA continues to decay and become ever increasingly a nightmare. What’s the point of a worldwide empire if your country which owns-and-controls The Empire and controls/dictates the Geopolitics of the world, your country which is the very center and capital of the empire is a nightmare place to live.

      A MAJOR reason why the USA [ and also the UK ] are nightmare places to live now. The USA and the UK sided with the Communists in Russia against ANTI-COMMUNIST Hitler’s Nationalist Socialist Germany. An excellent video series about WW2. Learn A LOT about WW2. See how goddamned stupid the Allies were to side with Stalin and COMMUNISM and go to war against ANTI-COMMUNIST Germany :

      https://thegreateststorynevertold.tv/

      1. Joe,
        The reason the US, Britain and others sided with The Soviets to take out NS Germany is because the Western Banking elite that financed the Bolshevik take over Russia considered the Soviet Union their “leettle” play pen. The banksters could not allow the Anti-commie NS Germans to take out Stalin. WW2 was the beginning of the end of Western Civilization. These kind of things take their own good time to play out. However, this process is playing out right now in the mean streets of America’s major cities all according to plan. The mostly clueless American people are being slammed by burning cities up one side of their head and slapped up along the other side by the Covid-19 hoax. American’s had no idea that so many criminals could be running around in the streets and in the Universities including many of the professors.

  8. In a classic case of REALITY INVERSION….

    while the USSA/ZATO ‘Axis Of ZOG’ slaps every economic sanction imaginable on Russia – and pushes its troops & nukes right up to Russia’s borders! – the author bemoans “Putin’s EXPANDING Russia”!!!

    Is this smack-head Escobar injecting crack cocaine right into his fcking cranium???

  9. What possible advantage would Russia have from an alliance with Germany? What would be the benefits of this to Russia? To sell oil and gas? They don’t need an alliance or treaty of any kind to do this; simple trade will suffice. Remember how it ended the last time these two were allies.

    1. @ Commentator Mike

      Russia would make one extremely important gain by forming an alliance with Germany: the disintegration of the European superstate, since Germany is by far the most important member of that state consisting of 27 members joined together in a federation. With the disintegration of the European superstate, NATO will go. Another significant gain. Finally, American troops stationed in Germany will be forcibly ejected from Germany. Which Germany would love.

      What are the Yanks doing in Germany anyway? They are there supposedly to “protect” Germany from Russia. So how can the Yanks justify their presence in Germany if Germany says to them: “Look, we don’t need you to protect us from Russia — Russia is now our friend!”

      So America will have to leave Germany, and it will be considerably weakened without the military alliance of NATO.

      So you see, BOTH Germany and Russia have everything to gain by forming a closer alliance.

      To summarize:

      Germany + Russia = More power
      America – NATO = Less power

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