posted on Jul, 12 2018 @ 06:11 AM
Trump's recent statement that " Germany is totally controlled by Russia" , made at the NATO Summit yesterday could be very telling of the state of
international affairs right now.
Trump has managed to alienate European , and Eastern Bloc (SCO) interests , with both economic and strategic areas now throwing up their own blocks
against Trumps aggressive stance on tariffs and latterly his militaristic efforts . NATO is becoming effectively redundant as Trump complains that
America is having to pay to protect everyone else - from Russia China et al (read SCO/Eastern Bloc) .
And this has forced the shared European view away from America's interests , and fortunately , towards peace and co-operation with Russia , China and
importantly Iran , as being somewhat symbolic of the American will for interference and effective economic and physical war with the Eastern Bloc ,
but also the European exasperation at having to follow on where America, particularly Trump, dictates . The recently scrapped nuclear 'deal' with
Iran has now got Macron talking and agreeing with Putin , and to boot , the leaders of Germany and the other European countries bar Britain , agreeing
with him . Agreeing with Putin, and taking forward ongoing terms , is agreeing with the entire SCO , notably President Xi , Modi , Temer and the
While those SCO leaders are signatories to the multi-polar world pact , are Europe about to turn away from America , to end the current unipolar state
of the world ? Trump's desperate statement that 'Germany are totally controlled by Russia' , be very telling at the NATO summit , a summit where
1. The SCO are not invited , but
2. The main benefactor , the most favoured nation , the controlling faction :- America , are not welcome ?
Especially while Trump complains that it must provide a higher percentage of its GDP to fund the alliance's hardware and logistics ?
History has taught us that alliances do shift , and that countries make move towards , and away , from supremacy . Every empire must crumble , and
while Trump has failed to stop the shift away from dollar only trading in oil in the last year , his warlike attitude towards eg North Korea and Iran
has met with both stiff resistance from the SCO , AND European reluctance to follow suit . Why should Europe really want to contribute to what amounts
to unipolar greed ? It's dangerous enough to cause major nuclear wars , and a unipolar world is un-necessary enough to warrant putting paid to that
state of affairs .
It seem as if the times are radically changing in International affairs, the age of American imperialist dominance is waning away , only helped by
Trump's beligerance , and of course his America first attitude towards the rest of the world .Why on earth should the rest of the world ever need to
continue putting America first ?
This current situation leaves questions over Brexit , was it orchestrated by American interests ? If, having already seen this situation where
America loses it's European allies, and hence its economic and military and political dominance of the globe, coming over the horizon ?
Did America need at least one firm ally over Europe , who would not be swayed away by European wills, who are themselves now turning collectively
away from America's previously uplifted status, policy being easy to agree on through the EPP (European People's Party) ?
Perhaps so , for after all we have heard this theory regarding Orbis business intelligence shared by the twodetermined campaigns , and of course we
have seen Farage and Trump outright together .
And what of the situation now then ? Has May become convinced that Brexit was the will of American interests only , and meanwhile Boris and Davies
have run , the Brexiteers are thrown into disarray and confusion , while America is being shoved ten steps backwards , by the rest of the world?
For where are the American allies if Europe are not there ? The answer is surely within the Commonwealth - Britain, Canada , Australia ,
and right now as Trump is about to make his first official visit to Britain , it looks as if May has deserted him , and he needs to see the Queen . Is
he invited to Buckingham or Windsor ? No .
The situation , as read today , as things change over time , is that America is being pushed back to where it should be ,an equal not a superior, by
the East and now Europe too , having thrown up tariffs on American imports themselves . It's only real friend is Britain , who are now wiser and more
reluctant to feed power to American economic and military demands . America is losing its influence in Europe as we speak , the NATO alliance being
broken up , and everyone knows why . The future has its own dangers to throw up but with all this at least WW3 has become less of a concern .