The bizarre US and European anti-Russian campaign over the year-long Ukrainian war needs to be turned inside out at this time. With the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the US neoconservatives' goal of perpetuating the sole hegemony of the United States and conquering Eurasia is now an unrealistic dream . This blog post dated March 3, 2022, " Putin's cornered Brzezinski conception Ukrainian crisis and US domination of Eurasia", " Trying to rebuild Russia, a resource-rich country that was on the verge of being swallowed up by US and UK giants." Putin, who has become a natural enemy of Western capital and has been relentlessly attacked by ``dictatorships'' for more than 20 years since then, has finally been cornered by the United States and Britain over the Ukraine issue . " However, after more than a year of observation, the view changed to that `` the American neoconservatives are more cornered.''
US and UK propaganda reports also suggest that Washington is not monolithic over the war in Ukraine, that the White House is home to neoconservatives, and that the Department of Defense and senior US military officials are strongly demanding an early ceasefire. Contrary reports such as that the U.S. Armed Forces supply of weapons is no longer possible due to the depletion of stocks have led the U.S. to say, ``Weapons aid will end with the supply of the latest tanks . Suggests the true intentions of the military. The neoconservatives, on the other hand, are insistent on continuing the fighting even to the point of perverting former leader Henry Kissinger, who had called for a compromise on the division of Ukraine and a truce against Russia. The focus is now on how far the neoconservative group, which leads the Biden administration, can maintain its claim to continue the war.
If we turn our eyes from the “major developed countries” of the G7, the United States, Europe, and Japan, which support Ukraine, to China, Southeast Asia, India, Iran, the Middle East, Africa, and Central and South America, it becomes clear that the world is moving away from the G7. G7 expanded to G20. In 1999, Russia, 11 emerging countries ( Argentina , Australia , Brazil , China , India , Indonesia , Mexico , South Korea , Saudi Arabia , South Africa , and Turkey ) and the G7 participating countries, which had participated in the Summit of Major Developed Countries, were divided into 20 Held the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting In 2008 , in response to the worsening global financial crisis, a summit of 20 countries and regions called the G20 Summit ( officially called the Financial・The Summit on the World Economy) was launched.
Due to the rapid economic development of emerging and developing countries, the economic power and influence of the G7 are beginning to decline rapidly. G7's share of global GDP is certain to fall below 40% in 2022. It has become impossible to operate the global economy smoothly without the G20 as the main forum . However, with the outbreak of the Ukraine war in 2022, the G7 (the United States, Europe, and Japan), which are members of the G20 outside the G7, has been strongly opposed, and the situation continues that the G20 joint statement cannot be issued. In particular, the Finance Ministers' Meeting postponed the compilation of a joint statement five times in a row in February 2023. The only exception is the G20 Indonesia Bali Summit, which successfully adopted a summit declaration containing the phrase "there are alternative views and different assessments" of criticizing Russia. However, the U.S.-European bloc and the Chinese-Russian bloc are in sharp conflict, and there is no way to prevent the collapse of the G20 other than an early ceasefire in the Ukraine war.
As if in anticipation of the collapse of the G20 , China, Russia, India, the so-called BRICs ,The four Brazilian nations held their first summit in 2009, and since 2011 when the Republic of South Africa joined the BRICS, it was officially named the BRICS summit. The BRICs will account for 29.2% of their land area, 42.7% of their population, and 25.5% of their GDP in the global economy by 2021. In terms of purchasing power parity , it rose to 30.2% in 2014 , already surpassing the 16.6% in the European Union (EU) and 15.9% in the United States . According to the IMF , China's purchasing power parity GDP reached 18% of the world's share in 2016, ahead of the United States' 17.8%.
It is clear that the future world economy will revolve around Asia, with China at its core. Russia, a military and resource powerhouse, is cooperating with China and advocating Neo-Eurasianism to transform the world order led by the United States and Europe that has continued since the 19th century.
The move is joined by India, Iran, many Middle Eastern countries, and much of Africa and Latin America, the former Third World/Global South.The centerpiece of the rally is the China-Russia-led Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), which has begun to be called the new United Nations. According to sources, at the Munich Security Conference in February 2023, French President Emmanuel Macron was candid about his feelings: "I am shocked at how we have lost the trust of the Global South."
Under these circumstances, it is only natural that the United States and Britain , striving for survival , would destroy China, which was ruled by the Communist Party, and Russia, which had been clearly anti-American and British , and become obsessed with the perpetuation of Anglo-Saxon rule. The truth of the war in Ukraine needs to be read from this perspective. The cornered Washington began to send autumn waves in earnest to the five Central Asian countries (Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan) that were sandwiched between China and Russia, and were sandwiched between China and Russia . The Japanese government has been forced to act as a subcontractor for this. Next time ② will dig into this.
Reference: Article published in October 2022 "President Joko Widodo steadfastly bounced back pressure from the United States and invited Putin to the G20."