For perhaps the first time in our modern history, non-Western countries now have an alternative to the United Nations when seeking relief from military actions and non-stop bombings from the United States and countries enriched by them with weapons of mass destruction purchased on the black market from the Pentagon's unfathomable $6 TRILLION black hole budget of which there is no accounting. This alternative to the mainly Western-funded United Nations is BRICS. BRICS currently comprises Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, but the group will be joined in January by Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE. A new report just published by Bloomberg states that BRICS is already larger than the G7 countries consisting of the US, Canada, the UK, France, Italy, Germany, and Japan. Iran, perhaps becoming disillusioned from alleged promises from the United States to release $billions of funding to prevent them from escalating the war in Gaza, has just called for an emergency virtual summit with the BRICS nations over the Gaza situation to be held tomorrow, Tuesday November 21st, with reports that both Russian President Putin and Chinese President Xi will attend. Will an announcement from the BRICS nations just be more saber rattling rhetoric about the humanitarian crisis with the suffering of the Palestinian people? Or is Iran marketing their military and alliances to the highest bidder now, realizing that the funding from the U.S. is probably drying up due to the Zionist controlled U.S. Congress? Are the Zionists in the U.S. getting ready to sacrifice the entire country on the altar of Zionism in their unconditional support of Netanyahu's Israel?
We are truly living in historic times, as the world financial system is being transformed in real time here in 2023. What is emerging are two competing forces to develop a new world currency. The predominate world economic system is the one led by the Davos crowd, where the World Economic Forum (WEF) is the main institution that has controlled Western monetary policy, primarily in the U.S. and Europe, and also the rest of the world as they submitted to the Davos crowd, and their military alliance, NATO. But the "rest of the world" is now joining forces to challenge the Davos Crowd, led by BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa), which now has a total of 41 countries wanting to join together with the original 5 BRICS nations and replace the U.S. dollar, currently the world's dominate currency used in trade and finance, with a new, alleged gold-backed, world currency. The Davos crowd, on the other hand, realizes that their banking system is in serious trouble, and they have been working on a plan to replace fiat currencies such as the U.S. dollar, with Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC). The Bank for International Settlements based out of Switzerland, and the International Monetary Fund, a United Nations institution based out of Washington D.C., are the two predominant groups working quickly to develop a standard for CBDCs.