Trump Geopolitics and a Persian Revolution
It has to be one of the greatest turnabouts in all of human history. Just a few months ago a war between America and North Korea seemed all but unavoidable. Both Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un were hurling threats back and forth as the Western liberal media when hysterical with accusations that Trump was going to start a nuclear war.
If there is any one thing which supports the conclusion that North Korea, and in particular Kim Jong-un, were assets of the Anglo-American Establishment it’s that the media corporations, career politicians, and academic institutions controlled by them did everything they could to prevent President Trump from building an environment of peace between the two Koreas.
Over the last month, the leader of North Korea has taken a completely different tone and has even met with his South Korean counterpart in a historic meeting on the demilitarized zone. Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and another historic meeting between both Korean leaders and Trump is scheduled to take place later this month.
Today it is being announced that North Korea will dismantle its nuclear facility live for all to see.
What are we to make of this? How is it that Trump was able to bring peace to the Korean peninsula when so many others have failed?
The obvious answer is that others did not want peace on the Korean peninsula and maintained a narrative of hostility to the large presence of the American military in South Korea could be justified. The moment Kim Jong-un realized that there was a new power in Washington which had succeeded in removing the vast influence of the Anglo-American Establishment from within the corridors of Washington, he could see that a new path must be taken for the betterment of all the Korean people.
The above is important to understand because it does fit the overall POM thesis which we have been building for years. Namely, that as the international monetary framework shifted from the one dominated by the American unipolar USD, there would be an increasing need for America to pull its global presence back and strategic areas which have been maintained in a state of conflict for geopolitical reasons would need to be addressed.
It should be obvious at this point that the Anglo-American Establishment has been against the monetary changes associated with the defective international use of the USD. Past delays around the IMF Governance and Quota Reforms were dragged out by the Obama administration to the point were the IMF and other G20 nations openly stated that they would find a workaround which bypassed the dollar. It’s important that we don’t forget these past trends because they are directly influencing what is happening today.
The election of Trump instead of Clinton was a dagger in the heart of the Anglo-American Establishment. The military-industrial-complex which built up around the international use of the USD since 1944 has tentacles which reach into all segments of the Western governance structures. This is so in all Western nations which are aligned with the Anglo-American Establishment.
We often use the term Anglo-American Establishment, but just what does that mean? The easiest definition would be the consolidated interests of the banking, socioeconomic, corporate, political, academic, and military characteristics of the previous British Empire and the American Empire which gradually replaced it between the WW1 and WW2 years. Residual interests of the previous empire have always aligned with the new emerging power. Something similar is happening now but on a somewhat different scale.
These consolidated British and American interests make up the Anglo-American Establishment in the same way similar interests made up the Franco-Anglo Establishment which existed throughout the 19th Century. These interests today, being the extension of the military-industrial-complex which President Eisenhower warned against in his farewell speech, represent the structure of what is being called the Deep State now.
The admitted “quiet war” which is taking place between President Trump and the Deep State is spilling outside of the use of “silent weapons” and is now having an impact across the geopolitical and monetary spectrums. Peace on the Korean peninsula is one of these.
Other events which are ongoing include Trump pulling out of the Iranian Nuclear Agreement. Some are arguing that Trump is building a strategy to invade and overthrow the Iranian leadership. But this is not so. The days of invading and nation-building are over. First of, it’s too expensive on the invading nation, and second, nation-building should be left to the host population. A third factor which should be considered is that the ruling Mullahs in Tehran do not have the wide support of the people and it won’t take much for a leadership change if Russia is inclined to part ways with their semi-reliable partnership with the Mullahs.
The Western liberal corporate media is up in arms again over Trump fragmenting the Iranian nuclear agreement. So are the career politicians in Europe who remain aligned with the fading strategies of the Anglo-American Establishment. But why is this so? Longterm POM readers will remember reading an article titled The Great War for Eurasia. This article explained how Russia and China were building a Eurasian Union through peace and fair trade agreements with nations from India to Ukraine, and Vietnam to Turkey. Europe is, in fact, a peninsula on the Eurasian continent but has been aligned with monetary and geopolitical strategies of the Anglo-American Establishment since the early years of the British Empire.
The moment Ukraine began signing trade agreements with Russia and China, the deep state went to work on implementing a coup and civil war strategy, as the loss of Ukraine would begin the splintering of the European Union and the Eurasian embrace of those European nations. This is something the Anglo-American Establishment is desperate to avoid, as it would mean a loss of influence over the vast Northern corridors of the Eurasian continent.
Another aspect of this developing situation is the presence of the Catholic Church and Vatican control over all of Western-Northern Eurasia. A Eurasian Union would develop its own unique culture and socioeconomic identity, which would be heavily influenced by both Russia and China. Those Vatican interests, which are aligned with the interest of the Anglo-American Establishment, would be impacted with a Eurasian Union based on fair trade and balanced relationships.
Ever since the Great Schism, the Vatican has been at cultural and religious war with Eastern Europe and Orthodox Christianity. Plus, the Jesuits tried and failed to subdue China, though there was a moderate success over the centuries. China is one of the oldest cultures on Earth and is not easily manipulated and conquered from external interests. But at the end of the day, the corporate, banking, and government interests of the Anglo-American Establishment will negotiate for access to Eurasian natural resources, especially those around the Caspian Basin.
Russia and the Persian people have always been natural allies against the threat of Jesuit scheming and expansion of the Catholic Churches economic interests and land grabs. The ruling Mullahs should not be considered the same as the Persian people. Many religious systems have come and gone through Persia, and Islam will be another one of those. The alliance between Russia and Iran today does not showcase Russian support for its Islamic leaders, but for its traditional friendship with the Persian people, as the geopolitical and economic interests of both aligned against the threat imposed by the Vatican.
A fair argument can be made that Middle Eastern peace has never been the objective in the same way it never was on the Korean peninsula. The ruling Mullahs are likely more aligned with the Vatican and the deep state interests within the Anglo-American Establishment than they are aligned with the larger Shi’ite population in the region. Sure, Iran will defend the Shi’ite populations which neighbor Israel, but it will never take steps to implement real peace, only enact policies which extend conflict.
Understanding the complex nature of the geopolitics involved is daunting for sure. But we can follow the pattern which has been repeating now for some time. The fading Anglo-American interests are all up in arms about the Trump move on the nuclear agreement, in much the same way they were horrified with the break-out of peace in Korea. Outside of Trump winning the election, the next big shock to the fading establishment was the change of power in Saudi Arabia. This was the monumental event which sparked the next stage of the global transformation.
From that moment things increased in speed and frequency of occurrence throughout the Middle East. Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and the deep state assets were pulled out of Syria. Don’t get distracted by Trump firing some missiles into Syria. Little damage was done and it was more about optics than objectives. What we should focus on is that after Trump ended the Iranian nuclear agreement Russia announced that they were not going to supply Syria with the S-300 defensive missile system and there was an escalation between Israel and Iranian backed forces in Syria and Gaza. This is not a coincidence.
The POM thesis has been for years about the transformation of the global architecture from one based on the manipulation and corruption of the unipolar Anglo-American Establishment to a multilateral one based on balance and fairness between all nations. This is in fact what is happening, though all the different rabbit holes make it challenging to keep focus. This is why it’s important to keep our eyes on the trending patterns and watch for when players flip sides. This will happen with Iran soon as the Persian people take back their control from the rent-seeking Mullahs. This may well be a non-violent revolution and will surprise many, just like peace in Korea has.
The fact that Trump is using the outdated SWIFT payment system to put economic sanctions on the ruling Mullahs, and their business associates, adds a different dynamic of exploration and consideration to all the events. SWIFT has been a tool of the Anglo-American Establishment and this amounts to Trump using their own silent weapons against them.
Now consider that the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority has partnered with SWIFT’s replacement Ripple on cross-border payments. This is, of course, an article on the worlds changing geopolitics but it’s all connected and I will begin weaving all the areas of research together in the coming months. Nothing has happened in a vacuum, or in isolation from other events. There are no coincidences.
Peace is coming to this world, but there will be a few battles before the final pivot comes. – JC
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