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The World is Entering a Multi-Polar Phase in Global Governance.

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posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 06:27 PM
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The World is Entering a Multi-polar Phase in Global Governance

The moves we are seeing on the international stage by both East and West have in part been driven by the rise of the BRICS nations and the fall of the Petro Dollar system. The sanctions on Russia are not only to do with Ukraine but also the continued growth in BRICS, anyone or anything that rivals the Dollar is an enemy to those who want to keep the status quo. But as we are seeing, the move to a more multi polar world is well underway - both in regards to economics, and actions being taken to oppose Western Hegemony. We have seen the construction of US military bases all over the globe, the disintegration of nation states and the subjugation of nations through economic terror driven by the IMF and Rothschild owned Central Bank. This is nearly always inflicted on any nation that has had the misfortune of falling into the cross hairs of the US sponsored regime change - one comes after the other it seems, with the continuation of NATO and its shady moves dominated usually by certain countries or country all in the name of spreading ‘Democracy.’ In 2000, there were 7 countries in the world without a Rothschild owned Central Bank: Afghanistan, Cuba, Iraq, Iran, Libya, North Korea and Sudan. In the following three years, we all know what happened, and lo and behold, Afghanistan and Iraq gained said banks. In the next three years Libya and Sudan followed suit. This leaves only Cuba, North Korea, and Iran as the only countries in the world without a Rothschild-owned Central Bank. Interestingly enough, General Wesley Clark describes a memo which he received in the months following 9/11:
'And he said, “This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.”' - General Wesley Clark.

Putin’s move to stand up against US dominance to step in to protect it’s allies and of course its own interests in Syria was a turning point in the international arena. It was a stand against what has been the norm for decades with certain establishments able to go to war or to create regime change on a whim. The stand from Putin should of course been with Libya which could have saved many thousands of lives and maybe it would have saved Libya from the turmoil it is in now and maybe even stopped the conflict in Syria from escalating. Who knows. What I do know, is that the so called Arab Spring was manufactured by outside players with many different agendas - the people were played like pawns.

China and Russia continued to Veto any moves to topple the Assad regime, while those that wanted to see Syria end up like Libya sat foaming at the mouth furious that realities were changing - the US was not now the sole dominant nation on the international stage. If you think of the globe as a giant chessboard, each player is making moves to contain the other and the pawns each get closer and closer until one has to make a move to decide if they keep or lose their pawn. In Syria, when China and Russia vetoed sanctions and suggestions of intervention, this was the US losing one of their pawns, the game is now in full swing with flash points around the globe: Syria, Ukraine and Iraq being the main stages. People speak about world war 3 but i am content in saying world war 3 may have started a long while ago.

In recent days David Cameron has announced that the UK might go ahead with strikes on ISIS both inside Iraq and Syria, even after Syria warned that strikes on its territory would not be tolerated. This doesn't seem to matter, as Prime Minister Cameron dismissed suggestions that bombing raids in Syria would need permission from Damascus, this would be a blatant breach of international law and a breach of sovereignty, therefore Syria could respond accordingly if they decided to do so.

All of this combined has the potential to be a Cold War 2.0 scenario, and it seems many are thinking in such mentalities from the Mainstream to people in the highest echelons of power. This is a dangerous road we are headed down, old ways of thinking need to be shed before we can move forward as a world, if the NATO expansion towards Russia's borders and the expansion of the US empire into Asia does not cease we could see a very real world war being sparked. This is the last thing we want! We have enough war and strife already, for a very clear world war to kick off would be disastrous for everyone.


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posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 07:00 PM
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Very astute OP. My compliments on a well thought out and put together thread.

Cold war 2.0 is less of a potential and more like a reality. Your comparison to a game of international chess being played out as we speak is quite accurate in this case. Keep your eyes on the Middle East and the Ukraine. There's more than just pawns positioned around those locations. Who will be the first to jump? My guess is NATO. Should NATO decide to intervene in the Ukraine, Putin will have all the ammunition he needs for a blatant full frontal assault. Syria's defiance of any western attacks within it's borders is another potential flash-point for situation escalations.

My primary concern with the chess board as it sits right now is: how long before the situation turns hot? America is actively pursuing ISIS in northern Iraq, while Great Britain is actively pursuing potential threats in Syria. All the while Putin has troops who are 'feet dry', posting up in Ukraine... The cold scenario is decidedly very warm... if you get my drift.

Good thread. Way to stay aware, TheRisenPeople. Eyes open, stay safe.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 07:14 PM
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a reply to: TheRisenPeople

The bible says 10 kings will give their power to one(USA) for a day(year or more). But this plan would fail.

I don't know what everyone else thinks but the NWO has either fallen into a devided state, or we are all still being played like fools.

Personally I think Russia and China signaled the end of the one year alliance when they realized the US could not deliver the middle east to the bankers.

Now we are seeing a new cold war like you stated.
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posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 07:21 PM
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It's all very true, but surely Syria's central bank is government controlled since the 1950's, while they have allowed private banks for lesser duties?



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:20 PM
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originally posted by: AnonyMason
Keep your eyes on the Middle East and the Ukraine. There's more than just pawns positioned around those locations.

I fully agree - aside from the fact that the private mercenaries are all over, the US have been tactically placing assets all over the map for years.
As for where to keep eyes, it also extends now to Africa - I mean as stated by General Clark, Somalia and Sudan are on that list, which was compiled in late 2001. Now I don't recall any reason whatsoever at that time for there to be any involvement in Somalia - no terrorist threats, yet now, conveniently, a reason is appearing. personally I will be watching Sudan in the coming year and waiting for such a threat to magically appear there as well.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:22 PM
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Hi RisenPeople, I do like your chessboard analogy, unfortunately on our side we seem to have a lot of Checker Players,whilst on The Other Side of The Board we seem to have Real Chess Players. All I can tell the Rothschild Players for sure is That Great Greed can Bring About Great Stupidity. In other words beware of Shooting Oneself in The Foot. Namaste
Arjunanda a reply to: TheRisenPeople



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:27 PM
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a reply to: sacgamer25

I'm glad you put forward that Bible reference. I am not religious personally, but I did have a long discussion with the local JWs that come regularly regarding just that (I always entertain them, a sucker for debate I am)

With regards to the NWO, I think the other powerful nations of the world, the BRICS nations for example, were never on board, and just silently agree that they cannot let the NWO get "too big for their boots" and so are preparing to put them back a few steps should the need arise. That being said, we are ALWAYS being played for fools.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:34 PM
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originally posted by: TheRisenPeople
a reply to: sacgamer25

That being said, we are ALWAYS being played for fools.


True, but at least a few of us are aware that a game is being played. Hopefully the number of aware will continue to grow before all is lost to the corporate oligarchy.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:36 PM
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a reply to: TheRisenPeople

Other than internal type conflicts Russia hasn't done any real expansion since the fall of the USSR. The US has been busy, we now control bases all around Russia.

Russia has also introduced a new assault rifle, a new mobile icbm system, main battle tank, and new aircraft and rocket systems since the fall of the USSR. None of there new stuff has really been tested on the modern battlefield. And it seems the more militant he is the higher he goes in there polls.

Putin is gonna take what he can, but he is also owned by the banks.

The fight against the petrol dollar is and has been waged for over a decade.

I just hope the North Korea model isn't the new world order vision for the rest of us.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:39 PM
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a reply to: TheRisenPeople

Ah yes how true your words are!

In the face of all the west propaganda in support of this NWO, the underlying reality is what you so eloquently stated!

Thank you kindly for the video of Putin, after learning about the dark cabal I have always wondered about how they are going to be stopped. With the birth of BRICS, we saw half the worlds population standing up to the western banksters and their oppressive debt based scam. It is refreshing to see him speak, for he is absoulutely correct. It is funny that this speech happened all those years ago, and we still see EU/NATO pushing their obvious agenda of war crimes and propaganda to suppor those war crimes!

I enjoy viewing the world from a spiritual stand point, for this affords me the luxury of having the belief that we are all one, bad/good alike all playing out various levels of conscious awareness to facilitate the evolution of our soul! It is from this perspective that I can pray for all involved and know that humanity will over come the dark ones who have built up the obstacles we came to face!



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:50 PM
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a reply to: arjunanda

I agree. It's not just Rothschild at work though - but thankfully the world has become so aware of them that we can spot their agenda. We need to expose the rest of the Elite and recognise the control they have.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:53 PM
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originally posted by: TheRisenPeople
a reply to: sacgamer25




With regards to the NWO, I think the other powerful nations of the world, the BRICS nations for example, were never on board, and just silently agree that they cannot let the NWO get "too big for their boots" and so are preparing to put them back a few steps should the need arise. That being said, we are ALWAYS being played for fools.



This right here! I agree with this 100%

Having spent the last 10 years researching this NWO concept and its various multinational corporation/governmental structure, you see the behemoth for what it is. This has never left me feeling cynical/pessimistic, simply because I have felt that there are those who are silently waiting for the right moment to make their moves. These moves will not be televised and we will probably never know they were made.

The whole totalitarian one world dictatorship was supposed to be in place years ago IMO. However these controllers have seen their plans fall to pieces and this is why we see this never ending amount of doom/fear porn going on. Will there be another great conflict, very possibly, will it go as those who wish to rule the world would like, I highly doubt it. I have said it time and time again that hubris will be their downfall.

People always forget how GAIA, the spirit of this wonderful planet is truly in charge. Our great mother has allowed us to behave like spoiled little brats for too long. She is very aware of who is responsible for attempting to destroy her and to believe that these people will get to rule is absurd in my book. There are far greater forces at work than the dark ones and their time has come for the light to expose them!



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:54 PM
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a reply to: TheRisenPeople

Not trying to justify anything the US has done the past 30 - 40 years, - there's plenty to be ashamed of as well as some good - but in some ways it's understandable the US would not only want to protect the petro dollar, but are required to as part of an obligation.

Bretton Woods established the dollar as the world standard for currency exchange. There's a risk, reward in accepting the responsibility. The US, thru military and economic superiority, had the ability to protect the dollar and thus, to a measure, protect all currencies against outside manipulation and attack. So, if the dollar is under some sort of attack at this point in time from the East, well, their obligation is to prevent that from happening. If Bretton Woods established a time frame in which the dollar would no longer be the reserve currency, some of what we're seeing may not be happening.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 09:56 PM
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a reply to: LDragonFire

Thanks for your comment.
I personally don't think that North Korea's model is for anyone but North Korea. That would involve other countries agreeing with Kim Jong Un, and instead I usually get the feeling that the world leaders look at him like the child in the playground that is a bully but a crybaby and not very good academically.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 10:02 PM
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a reply to: Bilk22

No, you make a very good point. It could even be argued that America's hand is forced. However, I feel that if there is any threat to the dollar it is their own doing. I believe America had extended its arm a little too far, and kind of deserves to have its hand bitten off, so to speak. It remains to be seen whether this would be better for the world as a whole or not I guess, I just hope as always that whatever the outcome, it is reached with as little loss of life as is possible



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 10:07 PM
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a reply to: TheRisenPeople

The Anglo-American empire is in its last years.

I warn that these last years will be very ugly.

Technological empires always crash, they never fade out. It will be crash for Anglo-American empire. People who are expecting fade-out will be mistaken.

BRICS is NOT the issue. The West's economy is broken. The technological initiative has moved east. The West's economy is built on scientific advances. Such advances are no longer sustaining the West.

The West is now sustained by currency and military power. This is the reason for endless wars being fought starting with Iraq. This is a time of madness.

China and Russia are responding to the situation created by the West out of need for self-preservation. Yes, China wants a bigger say in global affairs but primary driver is self-preservation.

I warn that we are reaching a time when nuclear weapons will be used freely. I see not one but multiple nuclear strikes, and in different regions of the world. I see pain on all continents but specially in Europe, Asia and North America.

I see military defeat for Anglo-American empire after a very bloody war that lasts four years.



posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 10:11 PM
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I want to tell the people in the West - you want to win with hatred in your hearts and greed on your minds. Jesus Christ did not give a message of hatred and greed. He gave a message of compassion and love. The question is why Jesus Christ did so. Was Jesus wrong?

The "Veda" gives five pillars of "dharm" or righteousness - non-violence, truthfulness, no-stealing, no-prostitution, and simple living. Not following is creating sins and the burden of sins always leads to destruction and death.



posted on Sep, 7 2014 @ 06:31 AM
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originally posted by: GargIndia
I want to tell the people in the West - you want to win with hatred in your hearts and greed on your minds. Jesus Christ did not give a message of hatred and greed. He gave a message of compassion and love. The question is why Jesus Christ did so. Was Jesus wrong?

The "Veda" gives five pillars of "dharm" or righteousness - non-violence, truthfulness, no-stealing, no-prostitution, and simple living. Not following is creating sins and the burden of sins always leads to destruction and death.



Want to win what? I don't want to 'win' so your up the left there. The rest of your message is as good for most decent people religious or not, and Jesus was at least a decent man..and no religion has a monopoly on decency.



posted on Sep, 17 2014 @ 11:03 PM
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When did Putin give this speech? I find myself in the very strange position of agreeing with virtually everything he says in the clip, but if it was a recent speech, I also find myself utterly astounded at the level of hypocrisy he is displaying, because he is currently doing everything almost exactly opposite to that which he claims he wants to see happen globally. He says that war should be a last resort, but look at what he's doing in Ukraine, for instance, and that's just one of many obvious examples. I agree with him on that point, and many others, but his own actions disagree with what he is doing in almost every example.



posted on Sep, 18 2014 @ 01:12 AM
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Gotta love progressives.......Love the communist avatar.....NOT. Just because we in the US live under a corporate oligarchy does not mean Russia and China are somehow the savior. The savior is following the constitution and not buying into the progressive lie this OP and many other people are trying so hard to sell.




Putin is not a hero he is in fact part of an Oligarchy of former communist liars and criminals. The good people of Russia are actually slaves inside this system and do not even enjoy basic rights like free press. The progressive plan in the past and also in the future is too make things so bad people cry out and demand change.



You want to see how good the people have it in Russia look at the cost of food in relation to disposable income. Russia is at 30% guess what happens historically when this hits 40%. Many will try and spin the truth but it all comes down to what life is like for the common man/woman. And the common man/woman in Russia is struggling to feed themselves.
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