However, the demonic deep dark state was opposed to cooperating with ‘autonomous’ nations. They all had to abide by the orders sent from on high by the Gates, Rockefeller, Soros, and other wealthy elite, who would soon be joined by Klaus Schwab, the main henchman of the World Economic Forum. Brazil suddenly experiences a sharp increase in new “cases,” with no questions asked and extensive testing, despite the fact that the famed PCR tests, according to the majority of reputable scientists, are useless (only sold and corrupted scientists, those paid by national authorities, would still insist on the RT-PCR tests). As the Brazilian economy collapses and Bolsonaro contracts the virus, the death toll rises rapidly.Read more
Iran initially tried to win the support of Albanians by taking part in the Kosovo War. There were reports of Iranian combatants there, and Iranian media openly reported on Albanians thanking Iran for its support and expressing a desire for a similar theocratic state, similar to the strategies Iran used to win the support of Bosniaks during the prior Bosnian War. Mohammad Khatami, the president of Iran, had sharply criticized NATO for bombing Yugoslavia in 1999.
As a result of Albania’s allying with the US, tensions between Iran and Albania had already been deteriorating. Iran established the “Koran Foundation of Kosovo” in an effort to persuade Albanians in both Albania and Kosovo to reject secularism and favor a Shi’a theocracy, but this effort was ineffective; Albanian authorities even started to crack down on the foundation.
Iran had refused to acknowledge Kosovo’s independence in 2008 as revenge for the crackdown on Iran-supported parties in Albania and Kosovo as well as the fact that Kosovo was a pro-Western American-backed state that fiercely opposed both Russia and China. The ties went further downhill after Albania agreed to host MEK.Read more
Even though the West’s GDP outweighs Russia’s, Russian stranglehold on gas cannot be broken by wishful thinking. The main issue is that over 100 countries, accounting for 40% of global GDP, do not impose complete or partial embargoes. Oil from the Urals is moving to Asia. You can fly to Moscow seven times a day with Emirates and other airlines, and Dubai is flush with Russian currency. Particularly because the majority of nations lack the will to impose Western policy, a globalized economy is good at reacting to shocks and opportunities.Read more
In its interactions with more powerful and adversarial nations thus far, Bangladesh has demonstrated diplomatic maturity and poise. A troubled polarization of the region between China and India has resulted from the Bay of Bengal’s recent reemergence of its strategic significance. The US involvement in the Indo-Pacific area has also increased, and Washington is working harder than ever to restrict China by establishing an axis with India in the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh, an Indian Ocean littoral nation, has assumed a more significant role in these circumstances. In the midst of this escalating geopolitical conflict, it has had to play smart.Read more
A number of countries including Nigeria, Ethiopia and South Africa are emerging as major countries which will have far reaching influence globally. Over the course of the next century, Africa is predicted to see tremendous population growth, which could result in enormous market potential. These 50 countries together constitute a major voting bloc in the United Nations; therefore, it follows that the West and its adversaries want them to back up their interpretations of whatever it may be in order to demonstrate to the rest of the world that a certain number of governments accept their positions.Read more
After an earthquake caused an accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in 2011, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that Germany would shut down its final three nuclear power plants by the end of the year. However, the foundation for this decision had already been laid by the previous Social Democrat-Green coalition government in 2000. In order to reach carbon reduction goals, it also intends to stop using coal power by 2038 at the latest, and preferably by 2035. Renewable energy source development, which surged at the beginning of the 2010s, has slowed down recently. Very recently, Germany, one of the biggest vocals of renewable and green energy, started firing up coal power plants. However, it was just the last year when Germany agreed to provide €237 million as soft loan for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in Bangladesh, exclusively aimed at limiting the number and operation of traditional coal-based power plants.Read more
Is the nation and society merely a slave labor camp, a source of raw materials, and a captive market for the economies of the west, where the populace consumes goods, they do not produce? If not, society, the economy, and the politics must be built up to foster and direct everyone’s efforts toward a different set of objectives and the institutions that may help them be achieved. Before interacting with the economies of the west, Bangladesh, a big part of eastern civilizations, must also figure out how to group its competitive advantages, turn them into a market strength, and connect them regionally. New options must be dotted upon, to circumvent unfair and unjustified US-led western sanctions. If necessary, bilateral and multilateral trade must be carried through alternative currencies.Read more
In 2021, over 193 million people in 53 countries/territories faced acute food insecurity (IPC/CH Phase 3-5; see Chart 1), according to the Global Report on Food Crises (GRFC 2022). In comparison to the already record numbers of 2020, this is an almost 40 million increase. Over half a million people (570,000) in Ethiopia, southern Madagascar, South Sudan, and Yemen were identified as being in the most critical phase of acute food insecurity (IPC/CH Phase 5; see Chart 1) and required immediate assistance to avoid widespread livelihood collapse, famine, and death. The number of people encountering crisis or worse (IPC/CH Phase 3 or higher; see Chart 1) approximately doubled between 2016 and 2021 when looking at the same 39 countries/territories represented in all editions of the report, with persistent increases each year since 2017.Read more
European leaders and politicians reacted to the political turmoil in the UK following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s resignation as head of his party with everything from a sigh of relief to worry about future relations. As Johnson and his administration strive to unilaterally disregard provisions of the Brexit treaty that pertain to Northern Ireland — known as the Northern Ireland Protocol — relations between the bloc and its former member have reached a low point.Read more
What are the impediments in Russia and the United States’ cooperative relationship? Firstly, the United States and Russia hold fundamentally opposing perspectives on the world order. The United States wants to preserve its global hegemony, whereas Russia supports multipolarity.Read more