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NWO 2.0: Sino-Russian Communist World Order (SRCWO)

For part 1 please read: Thought of the Day: What if….
I ended my piece with:

NWO by conquest or consent

I think it will be by consent, when we all see the total destruction caused by WWIII people will look up to the only leaders who were opposed to the violence and the NWO: China and Russia. It will be an easy transition and only too late people, especially the ones in the alt. news, will realize they made a capital mistake by trusting the controlled opposition.
In the mean time I got some new very interesting insights. First lets look at the new BFFs Xi and Putin. It’s getting very serious now:

Xi and Putin

And then in another Tweet:
‘s president Xi just received the Order of St. Andrew. Highest award in the Russian Federation, established by Peter the Great in 1698

In a Sputnik article: ‘Best Time in History’: Chinese President Praises State of Sino-Russian Ties
Excerpt:
“China would welcome the normalization of relations between Russia and the US. But regardless of the state of Russia-US relations, this will not affect Sino-Russian relations, which are strategic and comprehensive,” Wang said.
And in another article we see another communist popping up in the new alliance:
‘Amid worsening US-German relations, Berlin may reorient itself to Russia’
 Xi Turns to Germany Instead of US in Call for Responsibility for Global Peace
Excerpt:
“China and Germany as the second and the fourth largest economies in the world, as leading trading nations and states with significant influence should, on the one hand, to progress independently, and on the other hand — to take on great responsibility for peace, stability and prosperity and in the world and in their regions,” Xi wrote in an article published in the German Die Welt newspaper.
Well, aren’t we all rediscovering our communist roots and loving it?
And yes they are in favour of global governance:
Tweet:

China Xinhua News‏
#BREAKING: China, Russia underline free trade, oppose protectionism of all kinds #XiVisit
Now we need to know how this SRCWO is going to look like. I wasn’t sure how this was going to be presented, untill I stumbled over something you may have known but has escaped me in the past years: Duginism.
Duginism comes from the name Alexander Dugin who invented the ‘4th Political Theory’.
The first 2 presentations I watched on youtube got me totally confused and I thought this must be me, because the guys presenting it thought his ideas were great and apparently didn’t see anything contradictory. I got suspicious also because he has been on Alex Jones and Red Ice Radio. (The latter started OK but lately seem to have joined the other team.)
Anyway my confusion comes from this:
Dugin is a nationalist Bolshevist, zionist, communist marxist, globalist communist, advisor to Putin (rumoured) and funded by oligarchs and is AGAINST marxism, fascism and liberalism, which he calls the first 3 political theories. There are people who think this is possible and swallow the words of this new guru as the solution against the New World Order. Dugin is against order and for chaos, which should be clear for everybody after reading the first sentence.
I will write here some excerpts from his first book which you can find in the video below.
Alexander Dugin’s “Foundations of Geopolitics”
Excerpt:
At the basis of the geopolitical construction of this (Eurasian) Empire, there must be placed one fundamental principle, the principal of ‘a common enemy’. A negation of Atlanticism, a repudiation of the strategic control of the US, and the rejection of the supremacy of economic, liberal market values. This represents the common civilizational basis, the common impulse which will prepare the way for a strong political and strategic union.
Creating ‘a common enemy’ is what Oliver Stone is doing with his Putin interviews.
Excerpt:
The task of Moscow is to tear Europe away from the control of the US (NATO), to assist European unification, and to strengthen ties with Central Europe under the aegis of the fundamental external axis Moscow-Berlin. Eurasia needs a united, friendly Europe.
Hence, the new founded love between the Communists China, Russia and Germany.
This is the third video I watched. It was very helpful in explaining why I got confused, it’s long but worth watching:

And then I found another one. This one actually agreeing with my NWO 2.0 suspicions:

I love twists in a story. How cool would it be everybody going hysterical over the NWO headed by the USA, even Putin mentioning it almost every week at least ones (why would that be do you think?), and then from the East, while everybody is watching the West, flies in the

Sino-Russian Communist World Order

ernie

I know Ernie it is horrifying actually but still, loving the twist, brilliant plan, you have to appreciate that. In the end it’s all the same, the NWO or the SRCWO:
Rabbi H Waton: “The communist soul is the soul of Judaism”.

 

Over 700 Boko Haram fighters surrender to Nigerian troops: Army

Over 700 Boko Haram fighters surrender to Nigerian troops: Army

By Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban with NIGERIAN ARMY

The Nigerian Army has reported that over 700 Boko Haram fighters had surrendered to troops engaged in the fight against the insurgent group.
statement on the army’s website said the repented ‘terrorists’ handed themselves in on Monday July 3, 2017 “due to sustained series of bombardment on suspected location of Boko Haram terrorists.”
“Meanwhile, out of the 700, 70 have come out of hiding and are being profiled. The rest are expected to come out from hiding in the coming days.
Preliminary investigation has shown that among them were key commanders and influential members of the terrorists group, one of whom matches suspect number 225 on Boko Haram terrorists most wanted list released by the Nigerian Army.
“Preliminary investigation has shown that among them were key commanders and influential members of the terrorists group, one of whom matches suspect number 225 on Boko Haram terrorists most wanted list released by the Nigerian Army.
“So far, the surrendered terrorists have been making useful statements and it is expected that many more of them will surrender.
The fight against the Boko Haram group is being executed under the Operation Laafiya Dole – Peace by all means, mandate. The army has reclaimed areas held by the group as at 2015 when President Buhari took office.
The group has since 2015 been restricted in the nature of their attacks more often than not using suicide bombers to hit civilian populations in capital of Borno State and place of its birth, Maiduguri.
The Boko Haram crisis extends beyond Nigeria where it started, neighbouring countries in the Lake Chad region – Niger, Cameroon, Chad and Niger – have all been affected by their attacks.
A humanitarian crisis has been birthed in the region as people continue to flee the attacks by the group.

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May to burry report on Saudi terror links in UK

UK Prime Minister Theresa May (L) meets with Defense Minister of Saudi Arabia Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud (R) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on April 5, 2017. (Photo by AFP)

UK Prime Minister Theresa May (L) meets with Defense Minister of Saudi Arabia Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud (R) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on April 5, 2017. (Photo by AFP)
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is not likely to release the findings of an investigation into Saudi Arabia’s funding of extremist groups across Britain, out of fear that the move would hurt relations with the Middle Eastern ally.
Commissioned by former UK Prime Minister David Cameron in December 2015, when May was Home Secretary, the report was due to be completed by mid-April and has been in May’s possession for at least six months, The Independent reported Tuesday.
The investigation was aimed at exploring the origins and the scale of funding of terror groups within the UK. It also sought to expose the international money streams that were used to fund such groups.
The probe was ordered under an agreement between the ruling Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats in return for supporting the extension of UK’s participation in the US-led military campaign against purported terrorist positions inside Syria.
When asked by Green MP Caroline Lucas about the report, she said it had “improved the Government’s understanding of the nature, scale and sources of funding for Islamist extremism in the UK.”
“Ministers are considering advice on what is able to be published and will report to Parliament with an update in due course,” she added.
The Home Office confirmed to The Guardian last month that the report had yet to be completed and might never be released to the public because of its “very sensitive” content.
Since becoming prime minister, May has courted the oil-rich kingdom, which is also London’s biggest weapons buyer.
She approved a £3.5 billion weapons export license to Saudi Arabia earlier this year, despite an ongoing legal case that accuses her government of complicity in the kingdom’s war crimes in Yemen.

Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud (R) presenting British Prime Minister Theresa May with the Order of King Abdulaziz in the capital Riyadh, April 5, 2017. (Photo by AFP)

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud (R) presenting British Prime Minister Theresa May with the Order of King Abdulaziz in the capital Riyadh, April 5, 2017.
The UK also views Saudi Arabia as one of its main trading partners after leaving the European Union (EU). This while Saudis, under their new Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman are trying to diversify the country’s economy by reducing dependence on oil.
In an interview with The Guardian, Lucas said May’s delay in publishing the report was “astonishing,” specially in the wake of the recent wave of terror attacks that hit London and Manchester.
“To defeat terror it’s vital that politicians have full view of the facts, even if they are inconvenient for the government,” she said.
The behavior has also drawn criticism from Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn, who says to fight extremism in the UK May needs to start with “Saudi Arabia and the (Persian) Gulf sates.”
“It is no good Theresa May suppressing a report into the foreign funding of extremist groups. We have to get serious about cutting off the funding to these terror networks, including Isis, here and in the Middle East,” he said during the campaign for the June 8 general election.

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The US has set the stage for a new Gulf War

U.S. President Donald Trump (L) meets Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (R) at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on May 20, 2017. ( Bandar Algaloud / Saudi Royal Council / Handout – Anadolu Agency )

By Muhammad Javed

Not all incidents in international relations are cataclysmic or game-changing; most are simply another thread woven into the web of history. The blockade imposed on Qatar by Saudi Arabia – along with the UAE, Egypt, Libya, and Bahrain – on 5 June, however, was. Cutting off all diplomatic ties with Qatar and subsequently causing a rift in the Gulf countries and the wider region came as a complete shock to most.
The reasons for the diplomatic crisis are varied and cannot be attributed to one cause. One reason mentioned is Qatar’s increasing friendliness and diplomatic ties with Iran, with which it shares part of its vast natural gas resources. Another reason is Qatar’s support for certain groups during the Arab Spring protests which took place in 2011, which Saudi Arabia believes threaten its stability.
The reason that Saudi Arabia propagates, however, is the accusation that Qatar has been and is funding terrorism throughout the region. From armed groups in the Levant and Libya to non-violent opposition groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood, the country has allegedly been funding elements of terrorism and extremism for decades.

The rebel

The main reason for the split in relations, however, is more likely the fact that Qatar has a reputation for going its own way. For decades, the small Gulf country has been using its vast wealth and influence to forge its own path with its own foreign policy based on its own interests, in total contradiction to the path set out by Saudi Arabia. Not only has its foreign policy diverted from that of its larger neighbour, but it has in fact jeopardised it, backing and funding elements which are opposed by Saudi Arabia.
One might wonder how such a small country jutting out of the Arabian peninsula has amassed so much wealth and influence, especially compared to the Saudi giant which looms over it next door. Qatar has attained the bulk of its wealth from its vast energy reserves, earning it the title of being the highest natural gas producer in the world in 2014. Add to that the success of its state airline, Qatar Airways, the popularity of its satellite channel Al Jazeera, and the fact that it owns numerous properties and landmarks in European capitals including approximately 14 per cent of London, and it is easy to see how influential Doha has become.
While Saudi Arabia backed the military coup against Egypt’s first democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi, Qatar supported the Muslim Brotherhood leader. While the Kingdom has adopted a policy of zero-tolerance towards Iran, Qatar has continued its economic and diplomatic relations with Tehran (understandably as they share ownership of the world’s largest natural gas field). In Libya, Saudi and its allies back army chief Khalifa Haftar in the east of the country, whereas Qatar supports opposition groups in the west. To put it simply, Qatar has made itself out to be a hindrance to the interests of its Gulf neighbour and its stability.

Impossible demands

In the aftermath of the diplomatic shutdown, Saudi Arabia drew up 13 demands for Qatar in order for relations to be re-established. They were hugely exaggerated. Among them are those that are almost impossible to meet. Take, for example, the demand that Qatar shut down Al Jazeera and all of its stations. Famed for shocking its worldwide audience with its investigations and hard-hitting coverage on the leadership in the Middle East and the political scandals that have plagued them, Al Jazeera has been a pioneer in the region. However its foes believe it is not critical enough of its host government, Qatar.
Then comes the demands that all ties with Iran be severed and the Turkish base in Qatar be closed. This effectively forces Doha to pit itself against regional neighbours with which it has no choice but to do business.
Overall, the demands are absurd and, in the words of the Qatari foreign minister, they were “meant to be rejected”. There is no dignified way for Qatar to accept these demands, and there is no chance that a country accustomed to wielding such influence will give it up so easily, despite the economic pressure.

Lords of war

Despite Trump’s apparent support for Saudi’s stance with regards to the view that Qatar sponsors terrorism, his administration has had quite the opposite view, urging Saudi Arabia and the UAE to ease the blockade.
One would be naïve to think that the US supports one or the other, however. Though the US did honour the Saudis by striking up a multi-billion dollar arms deal with them and strengthening relations weakened by the Obama administration, it also signed a $12 billion deal for the supply of dozens of F-15 jets to the isolated Gulf nation last month.
The message is clear: the US is arming both sides of the conflict, as it has done countless times in so many regional crises. There are fears that Saudi Arabia will take military action against Qatar if the demands are not met, and that there will be a scene reminiscent of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait – a hegemonic giant bullying the vulnerable kid next door. The demands have not yet been met, the ten day limit that Saudi Arabia set is up, and the Qatari foreign minister has now rejected the demands and says the country does not fear military retaliation. If armed conflict does break out soon, then the US has ensured that both sides are armed to the teeth.
Whatever the outcome, three things are for certain: the crisis will not end quickly, Iran is the only regional benefactor as it watches its Arab foes bicker and Qatar draw itself even closer to it, and the US has set the stage for a fresh armed conflict ready to burst at any time – a new Gulf War.

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African Migrants in Israel Struggle Under New Tax, Racism

Since May, a new tax rule stipulates that Israeli employers must deduct 20 percent of the wages of Eritrean and Sudanese employees who entered Israel illegally from Egypt and have temporary visas.
The sum is then deposited in a fund, alongside an employer-paid tax of 16 percent, and remains there until the worker leaves Israel.
“They want us to leave the country,” said 29-year-old Eritrean community organizer Teklit Michael, who now works as a cook at a restaurant in south Tel Aviv. “They want to break our spirit.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called the migrants’ presence a threat to Israel’s social fabric and Jewish identity and some of his supporters have referred to it as “a cancer.”
Israel has granted asylum to fewer than 1 percent of those who have applied and has a years-long backlog of applicants.

African migrants attend a protest at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv, Israel January 5, 2014.

African migrants attend a protest at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv, Israel January 5, 2014.Photo:Reuters

A labourer works on the border fence between Israel and Egypt near the Israeli village of Be

A labourer works on the border fence between Israel and Egypt near the Israeli village of Be’er Milcha September 6, 2012.Photo:Reuters

An Israeli soldier stands near the border fence between Israel and Egypt as African would-be immigrants sit on the other side near the Israeli village of Be

An Israeli soldier stands near the border fence between Israel and Egypt as African would-be immigrants sit on the other side near the Israeli village of Be’er Milcha September 6, 2012.Photo:Reuters

African migrants attend a protest at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv, Israel January 5, 2014.

African migrants attend a protest at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv, Israel January 5, 2014.Photo:Reuters

An African migrant gestures during a protest, held by women and children of the migrant community, against Israel

An African migrant gestures during a protest, held by women and children of the migrant community, against Israel’s detention policy toward migrants, in Tel Aviv, Israel January 15, 2014.Photo:Reuters

Teklit Michael, 29, an asylum seeker from Eritrea, works in the kitchen of a restaurant in Tel Aviv, Israel June 25, 2017.

Teklit Michael, 29, an asylum seeker from Eritrea, works in the kitchen of a restaurant in Tel Aviv, Israel June 25, 2017.Photo:Reuters

Teklit Michael, 29, an asylum seeker from Eritrea, is silhouetted as he walks home in Tel Aviv, Israel June 25, 2017.

Teklit Michael, 29, an asylum seeker from Eritrea, is silhouetted as he walks home in Tel Aviv, Israel June 25, 2017.Photo:Reuters

Teklit Michael, 29, an asylum seeker from Eritrea, works on his laptop at his home in south Tel Aviv, Israel June 25, 2017.

Teklit Michael, 29, an asylum seeker from Eritrea, works on his laptop at his home in south Tel Aviv, Israel June 25, 2017.

Meanwhile, Palestinians gather in front of the gate of Rafah border crossing between Egypt and Gaza during a protest against the blockade calling for reopening of the crossing, in the southern Gaza Strip July 3, 2017.

Meanwhile, Palestinians gather in front of the gate of Rafah border crossing between Egypt and Gaza during a protest against the blockade calling for reopening of the crossing, in the southern Gaza Strip July 3, 2017.Photo:Reuters

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