The U.S/European sanctions on Russia have caused the world to divide. The U.S. and Europe have ended up as a minority, both militarily and economically. The post-WW2 era is over, the U.S. is no longer the world’s hegemon.
What does this portend for the future?
Well, I’ve covered in prior writings, as have many others, the self-inflicted coming impoverishment of the West, but there is another issue of interest.
Those nations that refused to sanction Russia, are nations with strong cultures – nations that refused to kowtow to the U.S. efforts to engineer a one-world-culture. I don’t believe that anyone seriously entertains the idea of a one-world government – that is too batty even for the Davos crowd.
(Submoroner – someone beneath moronic who only surfaces at Davos.)
Russia, India, China, Iran, Mexico and Brazil, amongst many others, have strong cultures and intend to keep it that way. They have their own views on their futures and have no intention of extinguishing their aspirations.
The Anglo countries and Europe, sacrificed their cultures with self-destructive immigration policies. The resultant demographics dictate an ever more fragmented future with the eventual complete breakdown of social cohesion and laws and order.
The future is East European orientated. The Chinese badly damaged themselves with their self-destructive response to the Covid fiasco. How long it takes China to recover is entirely a matter of how much longer the C.C.P. can retain power. For the Chinese, the sooner the C.C.P. is tossed into the history bin of failed ideologies, the better.
The future is one of strong cultures surviving, while the ‘West’ is the rest which sinks into obscurity and poverty.
The world has divided into the cultured and the uncultured.