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Ten Days To The BRICS Summit And The West (AKA NATOSTAN) Is Completely Paranoid

by | Aug 14, 2023 | BRIICS+++, Zone B Financial/Security Initiatives | 0 comments

… with very good reason!

This is arguably the most important Summit meeting of all time, as it will be the beginning of formulating a new blueprint for humanity – one based on agreement and consensus rather than hegemonic greed and perpetual war – such a novel concept.
There are formal expressions of interest from 23 countries in joining BRICS and many more approaches regarding the possibilities of membership. In all, it appears that ~87% of the population of the world is clamouring to join in this new economic/security paradigm because they know full well that the old Western model is completely broken.
The formal list so far is… Algeria, Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bolivia, Cuba, Egypt, Ethiopia, Honduras, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Morocco, Nigeria, the State of Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, Venezuela and Vietnam. In addition to this list and of course, the 5 original members, a further 34 countries have confirmed their participation in the summit.
My trusted friend Amarynth at covers the huge BRICS initiatives and the August 22nd Summit more comprehensively than any other blog on the planet – what’s more this is all done from a refreshing LatAm perspective and an area that has been a tragic victim of Western colonial greed and aggression for centuries.
De-dollarisation is a major component of this new emerging multipolar reality and this will mean that the ROW (rest Of the World) will no longer in effect be financing their own victimisation by Uncle Slaughter and its NATO attack dog.
Amarynth and AHH will no doubt be providing comprehensive coverage of the lead-up, the proceedings and the new roadmap that will come out of this historic event.
Whoop, whoop – rock on the Summit


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