THE END OF WESTERN LIBERAL ELITE DICTATORSHIP APPEARS INEVITABLE
We will in this generation see how the warmongering mighty are fallen
The push back against the dictatorship of the West is now in full swing with the imminent return of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan.
With the ejection of U.S. forces, Afghanistan becomes the latest nation to be free of the pernicious influence of the West.
Afghanistan will now require strong allies and the strongest in the region acceptable to the Taliban must surely be Iran, with Russia, long in constructive talks with the Taliban a player, also emerging with increased influence.
Russia’s stymying of the U.S. regime change plan in Syria brought her increased respect in the region and she will certainly have greater prominence there in the years to come. China too will also play a major part as U.S. influence wanes.
These catastrophic setbacks for the USA and its allies such as the United Kingdom will cause huge dismay in the corridors of power in Washington and Whitehall. Their combined and highly delusional project to establish full spectrum dominance globally is in major disarray. China has been first off the economic starting blocks after Covid and Russia surely cannot be far behind. The West by contrast continues to be mired in confusion regarding the right course of action acceptable to its populations and faced with what has become a spiralling debt mountain.
Events in Afghanistan are now at a point of no return. It is clear no option remains for those nations who attacked and invaded her. The puppet government, hopelessly corrupt along with all its elites commanding any kind of official leverage in the country, surely have only hours left in power. Their reign has been one of the most corrupt and corrupted propped up by the West since that of South Vietnam. The correction in Vietnam is now followed by that of Afghanistan.
Which nations will now trust the failing USA and its allies after the breaking of its nuclear treaty with Iran and its complete fall from power and frantic exit from Afghanistan? Are those nations now not so much more liable to trust the open hand of friendship extended by nations the West continues to seek regime change within? Iran, Russia, and China.
The extent of the humiliation for those who sought, and still seek, to drive the regime change agenda of the West ought to provide a salutary lesson. But will it? Even now new sanctions are undoubtedly being dreamed up for innumerable targets including Russia, China, Iran, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua and others. The insane and ultimately counterproductive policies of the USA and its allies have reached a level where the world is increasingly aware of just what catastrophically divisive effects they are having. The awareness that such policies could easily bring on a full-scale world war including the use of nuclear weapons is rapidly dawning on even those who pay no particular interest in geopolitical matters. At home and abroad the USA is facing a rising tide of rejection for its regime change policy of intolerance and dictatorial demands.
Western liberal elite intolerance for all systems which refuse to comply with its dictatorial demands is having its inevitable effect. This also is true at home and abroad. In their homelands, the citizens of their nations are rejecting the command to do what they’re told and abandon their freedoms regarding Covid. Each western nation has its large groupings of resistance against the powers-that-be who continue to demand obedience to state commands. The chaos within western nations underpinned by generations of relative privilege that generated individual arrogance, selfishness and insatiable greed encouraged by governments desperate for infinite economic growth is undermining the very fabric of their societies. Sooner or later the implosion into a selfish, greed and fear-driven black hole of instability and further descent in already corrupted moral and ethical values seems inevitable.
Nations with stronger economies, not at all suffering the debt crisis plaguing western states, cannot help but wield more influence worldwide. Their goals will not be those of the western empire of exploiting states seeking total domination. Their trademark policies will be building bridges rather than burning them, trade links instead of divisive sanctions, sound agreements based on ever-increasing trust rather than regime change, a harmonious environment for progress rather than a reliance on military dominance and war.
This is the future promise that beckons with the end of a western liberal elite dictatorship undermined by its own deep internal inconsistencies, criminal activities and self-interested wars. It is the future humanity deserves after the forever war the USA and its allies plunged it into and which it seeks even today to promote and promulgate. It must no longer be allowed to do so.
Let Afghanistan show the world there is another way forward than that of the criminality of the USA and its allies who sow endless division with their liberal elite intolerance and catastrophic regime change policy.