No such thing as US hegemony.
hahaha, that was just plain stupid.
China's the danger.
According to the USA the danger currently is: China, Russia, Iran, Lebanon, Syria, Venezuela, Ecuador, Cuba, Pakistan and North Korea. Of course this changes on a day to day basis, depending how independent the current national governments are willing to act.
According to China, Russia, Lebanon, Syria, Venezuela, Ecuador, Cuba, Pakistan and North Korea the danger currently is the USA.
Weird. Anyone spotting a pattern?
Even X thinks that myhands irrational hate for America is , well , irrational.
Since X is smart and well informed, I am pretty sure if he sets his cynism aside he is well aware how rational I am.
Listen guys, I am not breastfeeding you the significance of the current events. I leave it to people like szeweningen to do that explaining for you.
They can tell you what it means when the global financial infrastructre is monopolized by an US oligarchy and how that affects your daily life.
But this monopoly is about to be broken by BRICS. What is new and why this event is so noteworthy, is that European states for once didnt give in to US threats and blackmailing, spearheaded by the UK which is especially surprising and joined in this Chinese endeavour. Perhaps they finally understood that its important for their own national interests to participate in a financial infrastructure that isnt controlled by the USA.
Maybe they woke up from the Ukraine disaster in which they let themselves push in by the USA, we can only speculate.
Be it as it may, with the New Development Bank or the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank US hegemony is flaking. And I am very glad to see that happening. Me and maybe 5 to 6 billion people on the planet.