Soviet and Chinese Communitarian Ruling Elites Align For New World Order
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December 3, 2004In mid-November 2004, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced he would be taking the prominent role in cementing a powerful coalition of regional as well as superpowers consisting of India, Communist China, Russia and Brazil. The purpose of this coalition is to challenge the supremacy of America and the European Union. Putin is best known as the "Gray Cardinal" for his brutality while leader of the KGB. Putin is also much feared because of his alleged control of the Russian Mafia and the drug trade.
Putin visited Brazil from November 21-23, 2004 to discuss economic issues with Brazilian President Luiz Inacio de Silva. There is speculation that Putin has bigger plans in wanting to get a Russian foot hold in Latin America in order to expand Moscow's geopolitical influence in the region. The Communist Chinese express worries about America's influence over the world. Should these plans come to fruition, the size of this coalition would make up three fourths of the world's population and have an overwhelming voice in the United Nations.
Communist China and Communist Russia are aligned in their desire to challenge America. In April 1997, Jiang Zemin and former Russian President Boris Yeltsin met and signed a joint statement that called for the development of a "multipolar" world which would "supplant the United States as the world's lone superpower." This meeting took place in the Grand Kremlin Palace. This agreement was named the "New World Order Statement." The two presidents also discussed the possibility that a trans-Asian gas pipeline from Tomsk, Russia to Shanghai might be built. In a joint statement issued afterward, both presidents adamantly challenged the United States' status as the world's only remaining superpower. Jiang went on to say in the interview, "These (geopolitical ideas) will form the basis for a new world order."
Similar ideas were expressed by former top Communist Russian Mikhail Gorbachev in April 1993 during a ceremony at the opening of the Gorbachev Pro-Democracy Foundation at the former U.S. Army Presidio in San Francisco, "This is the symbol of our irreversible transition...to a new world order."
Despite this unified front to the world, there is bad history regarding the intentions of the Soviets towards America. In his book, Red Cocaine, Dr. Joseph D. Douglass, offers up the following:
"The global drugs scourge is a long-term operation of Soviet and Chinese intelligence, designed to weaken the west, while providing the resources for the permanent prosecution of the World Communist Revolution."Their use of drugs as an offensive 'softening-up' instrument presupposes the lack of any discontinuity of Leninist intent and practice since 1917, and (crucially) since the orchestrated 'changes' of 1989-91 - which were devised to mesmerise and mislead the world into believing that the world Revolution had collapsed. The narco-war is based upon a demonic strategy envisaged by Lenin and elaborated under Stalin by his police chief, Lavrentiy Beria.
"After the Communist Chinese, having deployed drugs against their own people prior to seizing power in 1949, had extended their drug operations internationally, the Soviets embarked in earnest, on Khrushchev's orders, upon their own drugs offensive - reinforcing a revolutionary campaign to demoralise the West by degrading society's morals and institutions, as recommended by the founder of the Italian Communist Party, Antonio Gramsci.
Dr. Douglass, considered the world's leading experts on the political use of drugs, also outlines in explicit detail "how a Czech defector, the later General Jan Sejna, alerted the West to this diabolical offensive - and how corrupt and irresolute Western officials and banks have chosen to ignore the ugly reality. One reason for this 'blindness' is that the Soviets corrupted certain Western banks by enticing them to provide long-term money-laundering services. In 1963, Khrushchev pronounced that 'deception and drugs are our first two strategic echelons in the war with capitalism.' Red Cocaine shows that the Soviet dictator meant what he said - and that the Russians' lucrative drugs war continues unabated."
In a November 3, 2001 report by Damien McElroy of the News Telegraph, UK, McElroy exposed the glorification of the attacks on America by the Communist Chinese government:
"The Chinese state-run propaganda machine is cashing in on the terror attacks in New York and Washington, producing books, films and video games glorifying the strikes as a humbling blow against an arrogant nation. Communist Party officials say President Jiang Zemin has obsessively watched and re-watched pictures of the aircraft crashing into the World Trade Center. In the immediate aftermath of the attacks, workers at Beijing Television worked round-the-clock to produce a documentary they called Attack America.
"As rescue workers pick through the rubble of the twin towers, the commentator proclaims that the city had reaped the consequences of decades of American bullying of weaker nations." Zemin is quoted as saying, "This is the America the whole world has wanted to see. Blood debts have been repaid in blood. America has bombed other countries and used its hegemony to deny the natural rights of others without paying the price. Who until now has dared to avenge the hurts inflicted by unaccountable Americans."
President Bush holds President Jiang Zemin in high esteem as a good friend and important trading partner of the United States. In early 2001 after a meeting with Soviet President Putin, Bush said that he had "looked into Vladimir Putin's eyes and adjudged him a man we could trust."
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