BRICS See Aggressive Globalism as Antidote to Economic Failure
There are some in the Liberty Movement who are convinced the BRICS are against globalism, and therefore are friends of liberty. As Brandon Smith, and others, have pointed out, repeatedly, the BRICS leaders, including Vladinir Putin, have consistently backed the IMF, the World Bank and United Nations agencies that are in favor of Globalism, along with the Elites that we know are anti-Liberty. This article shows us the true nature of the BRICS as being backers of Globalism. It is time for the Liberty Movement to wake up and realize there is NO white knight. Ot os up to us to stand against Globalism. – Shorty Dawkins
by Daily Bell Staff
Xi warns of globalisation backlash at BRICS summit … Chinese President Xi Jinping said Sunday a rising tide of protectionism and anti-globalisation was endangering the world economy’s still fragile recovery as BRICS leaders vowed to forge closer business and trade ties. -AFP
This summit provides yet more evidence that at the very top, the BRICs are aligned with the Western controllers of London’s City.
This has always been our theory and history shows this to be true.
Wall Street tycoons traveled to Russia dressed up as Red Cross workers to ensure that Lenin won the day and communism was established in Russia.
Supposedly Mao attended Yale Divinity School in China and was inducted into the notorious (Illuminati) Skull and Bones fraternity.
The head of Germany during World War I was actually the grandson of Queen Victoria. Hitler was funded by Western central and commercial banks.
Why should the BRICs be any different? The term BRICs was invented by a Goldman Sachs banker.
We are supposed to believe that the BRICs are going their own way and are challenging the West on numerous economic and military issues.
But as usual what’s adopted by the BRICs seems to have its foundation in Western economic and socio-political solutions.
At a summit in the Indian tourist hub of Goa, host Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the leaders of China, Russia, Brazil and South Africa issued a joint declaration on a range of measures, including the setting-up of a new credit ratings agency and fighting tax evasion.
They also agreed to work together to combat “cross-border” terrorism, but Modi’s guests held off from signing up to his fierce condemnation of India’s arch-rival Pakistan as the “mothership of terrorism”.