Globalist Harmony: East-West "Conflict" is a Charade
November 1, 2014
Vladimir Putin will be attending the upcoming G-20 meeting in Brisbane.
Below, Larry P lists 30 stories that prove East-West relations are just fine, and the "G" in G-20 might stand for "Globalist" or Freemasonry. They all stand for Judeo-Masonic central banker control.
Related- How Putin is Part of the NWO
by Larry P
The U.S., Russia, and China are locking horns in an ever intensifying power struggle. At least that's what we're told by the mainstream media and our own government. Virtually everyday the media presents us with stories of how Russia violated the airspace of some Western country or that China and the U.S. are hacking each others computer networks.
But what if that wasn't the whole picture? What if the news was selected in a way to present a bias that would lead you to a desired conclusion? Webster's defines propaganda as 'ideas, facts, or allegations spread deliberately to further one's cause or to damage an opposing cause.'
The stories the mainstream media chooses to post as headlines do not reflect a true picture of the relationships between the G20 member countries. For example. Would you
be surprised to learn that a Russian Bank hired former Senators Trent Lott, R-Miss and John Breaux, D-La. or that despite being told Russia and the U.S. are bitter foes the
U.S. Marines purchased Russian helicopters for use in Afghanistan or that the Obama administration gave free military equipment to Russia? (1)(2)(3)
Nothing remotely of that nature is reported on the nightly news. If the Government labeled another country as aggressive and yet was looking to expand cooperation with them
under their joint space program or that they both are trying to block new nuclear power regulations post-Fukushima, would you question their relationship? That is in fact what we see as the U.S. Government is doing with Russia. (4)(5)
Knowing the French are about to deliver a warship to Russia or that Britain has sold more than Â£86m in military hardware to Russia in the past year would be important factors to know as well.(6)(7)
Do corporations launch new business ventures like IHG (Holiday Inn) did in Russia if they
think the country is a potential threat? (8) Do governments let foreign corporations buy their assets if they think they are a potential enemy?
Of course not, and in fact the West's own policies insured Russia would be an able partner as even Vladimir Putin's own speech declared, "We will strive to ensure a New World Order" (9)(10)
While the U.S., China, and Russia ramp up Cold War rhetoric, the true economic ties that connect the East and West are far removed from the public consciousness. At an Oct 20th meeting of the Russian Foreign Investment Advisory Council, Economic Development Minister Alexey Ulyukayev said,"Everyone confirmed their readiness to work in any conditions from the viewpoint of geopolitics and fundamental economic circumstances." (11)
The countries ready to do business are the same that are typically portrayed as having disputes with Russia including the U.S., Britain, Sweden, Finland etc. (12) While the media reports the West's sanctions against Russia are "biting," half of Russians polled say these Western sanctions will help them (13)(14).
One has to question sanctions at all as Russia's own report showed the trade volume between the U.S. and Russia actually went up by as much as 20% after sanctions began along with the fact that the Russian firm Oasis Beverages just purchased U.S. brewer Pabst (15)(16) The E.U. has similar sanctions on Russia but interestingly Russia's Gazprom just purchased Europe's largest gas storage facility as well as the Italian insulation firm Membrane. (17)(18) Again does a government sell an important asset like a gas storage facility to a potential enemy?
Echoing the cooperation the G20 has among member nations Russia's Deputy Finance Minister Sergei Storchak at their meeting in Australia's Cairns found no disputes on global issues (19)
The contradiction doesn't stop there as the scale to which China is merging into the fabric of the G20 is phenomenal. Governments and corporations from Italy to Canada and all points in between are setting up agreements or are outright selling to China. We see the U.S. is partnered with China to train Afghan diplomats. (20) Luxembourg has a joint space cooperation with China.(21) Jaguar and Land Rover are to build a new plant in Shanghai. (22) German drug companies are pouring money into Chinese operations. (23)
By itself the U.S. real estate market is a favorite of the Chinese. (24) Not only in commerce but a special connection exists between China and the U.S. in education. (25) For example Yale University just received a $10 million donation and that's on top of Harvard receiving a $15 million donation in September - both Chinese donors. (26)(27)
(left, last year 200,000 Chinese students attended US universities.)
The Chinese love for American schools isn't just at the University level however it's also found in compulsory education as well. Private high schools in the U.S. are seeing a large
influx of Chinese students as cultural China and America are becoming more integrated than ever.(28) So I ask do wealthy parents send their children to live and be educated in a
country they deem to be a potential threat? Does American business interests sell the Waldorf Astoria hotel, a mecca for New York elite, to an enemy? (29) Lets not forget Mao
Zedong's involvement with the Yale school in China as a reminder of the West's cooperation with the East.
If we want to gain an appreciation of the relationships of the G20 member countries today we can look to history as a guide. We know that American corporations and banks were involved in aiding the NAZI and Communist regimes during the time when those regimes were known to be a threat to their own people. This contradiction exists today and the State-controlled media cannot be trusted to give a true representation of how the social, economic, and political realms flow between the G20 members. The Pentagon claims China is a growing military threat and yet American business, academia, and Government is becoming more intertwined with the Chinese every day.
The Pentagon's message contradicts Christine Legarde's sentiments however as she looks to the day the IMF is headquartered in Beijing (30)
Another reality history shows us is that military conflict does happen. Wars such as Vietnam prove that the dominant countries try to control smaller ones which leads us to the New World Order. The simple fact is the world's elites don't need large scale war to accomplish a one-world government. However they need enough chaos especially economically to bring about their twisted dream. As more jobs have been moved to China, we see the economic chaos that resulted in the G20 countries.
Instead of sound monetary policies being enacted we see the G20 countries central banks acting in concert pushing near zero interest rates and easy money. At some point one has to
look beneath the everyday propaganda from political talking heads and controlled media outlets to look at the hard data. That data proves the G20 countries are moving in a unified
direction socially, economically, and politically toward the New World Order.