One World of Nations
IN THE NEWS
7 May 2017
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OWON: The arrogant stupidity that has become Washington DC.
Complete foolishness.... Russia will never agree to this and an attempt to fulfill this nonsense will result in war.
350M can not control 7B plus, and WW III will annihilate the US forever. As always the most F*****Up Foreign Policies in the world.
The Red Line of Common Sense: the US can't control Russian ports without war
Moscow lashed out at a US Congress bill on tightening sanctions against North Korea which stipulates that the US military may establish control over ports in the Russian Far East. The Russian Upper House warned that such actions violate international law and amount to a declaration of war.
On May 4, the US House of Representatives passed a bill which slapped more sanctions on North Korea and gave the Trump administration the go-ahead to take control over Russian, Iranian, Syrian and Chinese ports in order to ensure that no forbidden cargo reaches Pyongyang.
In particular, the bill mentions the ports of Nakhodka, Vanino and Vladivostok in the Russian Far East.
The bill, which was approved by a 419 to 1 margin, is due to be approved by the Senate and then signed by US President Donald Trump...
OWON: Of course he will duck. There is no law or Justice for Slimebags in America.
SERVED? Obama ducks court summons at his D.C. residence, uses Secret Service as gatekeepers
WASHINGTON (INTELLIHUB) — The founder of both Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch Larry Klayman has filed five lawsuits against Barack Obama over the last five years in which Barack Obama has ducked the process server on every occasion in order to avoid court.
Process servers are licensed by a court and have the right to serve legal documents and if impeded it is Obstruction of Justice.
Most recently, in late-April, the former President managed to dodge process server Tony Snesko who showed up to his D.C. residence by having the D.C. Police and the Secret Service intervene....
OWON: We keep warning it's getting messy out there.
China's plan to subvert the global dollar standard
If nothing else, the Chinese have a sense of history and destiny. They have had a glorious past, stretching back millennia, and once controlled most of the Asian heartland in the days of Genghis and Kublai Khan. But even then, China was essentially inward-looking, protecting her own cultural values. Trade with Europeans in the centuries following Marco Polo’s visit was mostly at the behest of European travelers, not the Chinese. She exported her art and culture to visitors, and did not import European values.
This was a mistake, implicitly recognized by China’s current leadership. This time, China has embraced Western thinking and technology to further her own progress. The development of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in recent years is the platform for China in partnership with Russia to embrace the Asian continent through peaceful trade, improving the lives of all the citizens of the many nations who are and will become members. The SCO promises a revolution in the wealth and living standards of over 40% of the world’s population, and associated benefits for its supplier-nations on the other continents.
China’s approach is fundamentally different from that of America, which under President Trump appears to be envious of the success of non-Americans producing goods and services for the American consumer. Autarkic America has a GDP of $19 trillion. Eventually, China will have free trade agreements with the rest of the world, excluding for now the EU. On a purchasing power parity basis, this is a market with a GDP of about $70 trillion, out of a world total of about $125 trillion.
Already, China dominates world trade. Her own economy is already significantly larger than that of the US on the purchasing power parity (PPP) estimates. While being the largest consumer of raw materials, China also exports more finished goods by value than any other country. As the Asian powerhouse, she has lifted the economies of all the countries on the western side of the Pacific Ocean, which including her own between them have a GDP of $50 trillion. Her exports into Asia now exceed her exports to the US. Yet despite this dominance, most of China’s trade is conducted in US dollars, something China is bound to change, if she is to contain external economic risk and replace America as the dominant global empire. Both objectives can only be achieved by China replacing the dollar as a medium of exchange....