Considering the “shadow government” 1: The coating of “modern democratic society” is peeled away

A rising China inherited the 1955 AA Conference, bringing together Arab countries such as Russia and Saudi Arabia, as well as the G77 and former colonized countries known as the Global South. The Shanghai Cooperation and Cooperation Organization (SCO), which was established in 1996 and led by China and Russia, has evolved from a Eurasian alliance to an anti-US-European global alliance. Furthermore, the BRICS, made up of China, Russia, India, Brazil, and South Africa, has emerged as a major rival force in the G7, the Anglo-Saxon alliance between the United States, Britain, and Japan. Western countries including Japan used the media to propagate that their leader, China, would collapse any day soon, and it was America and Europe, now in the minority, that led Putin's Russia to war with Ukraine. This can be seen as a manifestation of his impatience. The West is by no means a monolith. The governments of Germany and France, the leaders of the European Union, have been seeking to build a pan-European security system that would exclude the United States and include Russia.

What is trying to stop these movements is the old conservative faction, which is made up of Europe's remaining 10 royal families and aristocrats, as well as huge American and British capital. A builder that brings together the world's financial rulers including Rockefeller and the Rothschilds, international organizations such as the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund, prominent large corporations, the directors of the CIA and NSA, the chairman of the US military's Joint Chiefs of Staff, and influential Western politicians and bureaucrats. The Berg Conference is a representative example of this.

This secret conference, which began in 1954 as an annual meeting hosted by the Dutch royal family, is often referred to as the "shadow government." It is safe to say that the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) compiles policies and specifically presents them to the U.S. government for implementation. 130-150 people, including European royalty and aristocrats who are prohibited from making political statements by the constitution, attended the closed-door discussions at the Bilderberg Conference, which had a significant impact on the foreign and security policies of the United States and Britain, even indirectly. The big problem is that Former aristocrats in Central and Eastern Europe, who were restored to power after the collapse of the Soviet Union, are now at the forefront of anti-Russian movements. It is worth noting that von der Leyen has been appointed President of the European Commission, which is equivalent to the EU Prime Minister. VON is a title of nobility in the former German-dominated areas of Central and Eastern Europe.

I will discuss this in more detail later, but the Bilderberg Conference, which is said to have been born under the pretext of establishing the Atlantic Community, was an attempt to discuss how the traditional aristocracy of Europe and the new aristocracy without title in North America (the oligarchic capital) could secure and expand their interests. united in purpose. In that sense, it is a collection of despots who deny ``modern democratic society.'' Neoliberalism and laissez-faire/market fundamentalism are the ideas that disguise the idea of ``returning to medieval society.'' The ``1% versus 99% society'' clearly regresses modern society to pre-modern times. The veneer of a ``modern democratic society'' is beginning to wear off.

At the end of the article, Japan is excluded from the "shadow government." With this in mind, we should consider our relationship with the emerging anti-Western forces groups such as the SCO and BRICS+α.