The Anglo-Saxon Corporation is Shifting Gears


April 28, 2016

Yuri Gorodnenko talks about the new twist in the policy of Washington and London

Translated by Kristina Kharlova

Anglo-Saxon Corporation, which controls major international financial flows, is lately changing the rhetoric. After attempts to break the Russian economy “in tatters” it is making the first steps to engage in dialogue. Notably on the eve of the May G7 summit in Japan it expressed interest in adding the eighth member.

It is hard to believe that a couple of years ago, at the peak of the Ukrainian and Middle East crises, transcontinental groups wanted to destroy their rivals with one blow — the Russian Federation, the European Union, the Arab world. Starting a war in Syria, drowning it in blood, moved to Ukraine, where they staged a bloody coup and created a conflict, and now began to destabilize Europe.

And all for the sake of the interests of several clans whose main assets are miraculously concentrated on one small island – in the UK, the City of London — where 117 of the 500 largest corporations in the world are based. Headed by the heir to the throne, Prince Charles, “Island club” includes 4000 oligarchs that control the finance of the countries of the so-called Commonwealth of Nations. The organization, whose official head is Queen Elizabeth II, is the largest association in the world — 24% of earth’s land area, 30% of the world population.

Today this whole pack has to shift its policy.

If we turn to history, this is exactly what happened in the first half of the 1970s. Then, after a tough confrontation with the Soviet Union, the West was also forced to change its line, and declared a policy of ‘softening’.

As now and then the cause was not a good will on the part of Western elites, but contradictions within the Anglo-Saxon Corporation.

Then it was caused by the need to resolve issues among the European elites. Several European countries, partially maintaining their independence, expressed a desire for their interests to be taken into account. First, French President Charles de Gaulle, later joined by German Chancellor Willy Brandt, then head of Switzerland Rudolf Gnagi were in favor of limiting the dominance of the dollar. Later another source of tension appeared — Saudi king Faisal struck the interests of the UK and the USA, restricting the supply of oil at international markets and inflating energy prices.

Today, the shift in Anglo-Saxon policy stems from new challenges. China looms on the horizon. Beijing and, to a degree, Delhi are becoming the main competitors of London and Washington. After all, India and China are not only about modern technology and giant GDP. They are two of the largest (by population) markets — according to UN forecasts, by 2100 they will account for 6.6 billion inhabitants of 11.2 billion around the world.

In the 1970-ies the struggle with competitors led to the United States officially abandoning the gold standard. Some reluctant leaders were forced to prematurely leave their positions, retire from politics (de Gaulle, Brandt), and some have passed to another world. Saudi king Faisal was mysteriously murdered — according to an investigation conducted by Egyptian journalist and one of the associates of Gamal Abdel Nasser Mohamed Heykalom, it was not without the hands of British and American intelligence agencies.

Switzerland held out the longest, but it was forced to surrender. The last stage of surrender was the agreement of Swiss authorities to reveal Bank secrecy for foreign clients, under pressure from the US and the UK gradually implemented in Swiss law from 2008-2009. The result was access to information on the accounts of almost all global financial-industrial groups.

History repeats itself. Using the methods of economic repression against the EU, pitting the Middle East and manipulating energy prices, Anglo-Saxon clans again, as during the policy of ‘softening’, are hoping to flirt with us. Using a pause, the Anglo-Saxon corporation has to again bend and tie allies in a knot and press their ‘partners’ in a fist.

And prepare for operations in a new Asian theater of military action.

Future wars are planned in Asia (and partly in Africa, primarily in Ethiopia, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, which by the end of the century will be among the five most populated countries). And then they will inevitably turn their attention to Russia.

And if today there is a ‘pause’, this should not deceive us. The corporation is just readjusting its guns for artillery barrage.

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