Four Important Meetings and How They Differed
Junious Ricardo Stanton
The corporate mind control apparatus had a field day reporting on the goings on at the recently completed G-7 summit in Quebec City Canada. The meeting was attended by Trump and leaders from Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Italy Germany, Japan with observers from the European Union. Much was made of President Trump’s Twitter tirades against some of the members and his statement Russia should be invited to participate as part of the group. There were plenty of photos and documentation of the so called war of words among the key participants Trump, Theresa May of Britain and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The media seemed to relish Trump’s antics and spent an inordinate amount of time rehashing his remarks and digs against some of his contemporaries.
Trump exited the summit early to head to Singapore to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. In his wake he left the remaining leaders baffled and befuddled by his personal attacks and adversarial tariff talk and threats.
Meanwhile on the other side of the world in Qingdao China the Shanghai Cooperative Organization held their meeting. The corporate media didn’t dwell on this group much at all. Leaders from China, Russia India, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan who represent over three billion people met to discuss mutual trade, security issues, investment opportunities, cooperation in the areas of technology and how to advance their mutual multi-polar agenda. The meeting was chaired by Chinese President Xi Jinping. The SCO meeting in Qingdao was a stark contrast to the G-7 meeting in Quebec. The SCO’s priorities were interregional collaboration, mutual respect and cooperation. The Western corporate media gave almost no attention to the SCO at all.
Another meeting took place in Europe in Turin Italy the same time as the G-7 and SCO meetings but received even less coverage than the other two. It was the annual meeting of the Bilderberg an elite super secret organization of global movers and shakers many believe pull the strings, give orders and set global social and economic policy. You can get a list of the participants at http://www.bilderbergmeetings.org/participants.html but the public is not privy to the goings on at Bilderberg meetings, meetings of the Tri-Lateral Commission or the happenings at Bohemian Grove.
Then there was the meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. The US corporate mind control apparatus gave a lot of attention to this get together. Those who buy into the left-right, Republican-Democrat, liberal-conservative, East-West okey-doke are missing the clearer picture.
Trump, the US military industrial complex and the media make it seem as if Kim Jong Un is a maniac hell bent on antagonizing the US. Think about this, since the Korean conflict (June 1950- July 27, 1953) how many countries have North Korea invaded, covertly conspired to topple their governments, sabotaged their economies or assassinated their leaders? None! How many counties has North Korea bombed with nuclear or conventional weapons in recent years? None!
Now let’s look at the United States. How many countries has the US bombed, invaded, sent troops into, assassinated their leaders, waged economic war on, imposed lethal sanctions against and bullied? The list is humongous but you can get an idea here, http://davidswanson.org/warlist/ .
Comparing the US and North Korea which nation is the real existential threat to world peace? Which nation is the imperialist warmonger? Which nation’s total leadership has been on one accord invading, bombing, killing, maiming and waging non-stop global economic and military conflict since the end of World War II! The obvious answer is, the United States; the nation Martin Luther King Jr called “the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today”.
Looking at these meetings can we discern a common thread or pattern? Can we put them in a clear perspective and even predict their future actions? I say yes. The G-7 which is made up of Western imperial powers (Japan has been a vassal state of the US since it surrendered to the US in 1945, the US wrote its constitution and provides for its “defense”). Western economic domination and neo-colonialism is reflected in the G-7, except Germany and despite the fact Italy is in a state of economic implosion. For the G-7 it is business as usual, squabbling over who is going to have the biggest share of global markets based upon colonialism and exploitation.
The reason the West kicked Russia out of the G-7 was based on lies, the supposed annexation of Crimea, the truth is Crimea voted overwhelmingly to rejoin Russia after the US funded and supported a Neo-Nazi coup in Ukraine. These lies were created by the US and it European vassals so they could demonize and isolate Russia, depict Russia as an enemy so the Western military industrial complex could boost the international arms race against a real nation as opposed to a fake adversary called “terrorism”.
The Shanghai Cooperative Organization is made up of diverse multi-ethnic nations on the Eurasia continent: China, India, Pakistan and Eurasian whites. They are coming together to build a collaborative mutually beneficial working arrangement that neither hinges on nor depends upon military conquest or economic intimidation. Their motives and collaborations are the exact opposite of the US and its Western allies!
The Bilderberg are the global super elites and their trusted minions whose goal is to maintain and expand the current world order with them at the helm in control.
The meting with Trump and Kim Jong Un is yet another attempt by the US to bully and browbeat the North Koreans who have not invaded or threatened anyone; who even if they had nuclear weapons lack the aerial technology and capacity to deliver them. Pakistan and Israel both have nuclear arsenals but the US looks the other way on them.
The Kim Jong Un-North Korean issue is sham, a similar scam to the way the US military industrial complex, the corporate media and government used the phony threat of international communism for four decades to expand the US corporate and military empire under the guise of national security, national interests, democracy, humanitarian intervention etc.
Don’t fall for the okey-doke.