Vladimir Putin Judos the Plans of the Anglo-American “Unipolar Order”
As indicated in the previous item above, the increasingly shrill and hysterical anti-Putin narrative coming from the trans-Atlantic world has less to do with Ukraine and the deployment of Russian troops, than with the collapse of the post-Cold War “unipolar order”, and the effort directed from the City of London and Wall Street (acting through the “Military-Industrial Complex”) to prevent the further economic development of those nations which are not part of their “club”. This most emphatically includes Russia and China, whose leaders consolidated a strategic agreement on Feb. 4, which provoked panicked commentary from leading members of that “club” (cf. SAS 6, 7/22). The latter fear that the strengthened alliance will gain more adherents from nations unwilling to surrender their sovereignty to the “rules-based order” and the bankers’ “Great Reset.”
This was taken up at the Schiller Institute conference on Feb. 19 by a distinguished panel of speakers from many nations (cf. below). It was the explicit theme of Helga Zepp-LaRouche’s keynote, in which she presented the urgent need for a new strategic architecture, based on providing security for all sovereign nations, as the basis for a New Paradigm of peace and development. It was also the theme of the other keynote, by LaRouche Organization spokesman Harley Schlanger, who opened the first panel by declaring that the “unipolar order” has come to an end.
As for the panic within the “club”, it has been openly expressed by leading officials who repeatedly announced their intention to proceed with a brutal sanctions regime if Russia invades Ukraine, and now, even more so, since President Putin has recognized the two self-proclaimed Donbas republics. Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, told the Munich Security conference that the goal of sanctions would be to prevent Russia from diversifying their economy beyond oil and gas, by preventing Russian access to modern technology. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was even more explicit, commenting on Feb. 20 that if Russia invades Ukraine, Russian companies will be prevented from trading in pounds and dollars, a clear reference to cutting them off from the SWIFT foreign exchange transaction system. He added that Russian firms would be denied access to the City of London financial markets. This coincides with the reports from a White House meeting on Jan. 25, when it was revealed that participants drafted a memo outlining how financial warfare would be launched to destroy the Putin’s efforts to upgrade and modernize the Russian economy (cf. SAS 5/22).