Hillary Lost, the World Won

Published on Axis of Logic, by Siv O’Neall, Nov 22, 2016.

Paul Craig Roberts, one of the most reliable progressive Anglophone journalists wrote “the day after” under the heading The Working Class Won the Election? What Kind of Trump Administration?  

The US presidential election is historic, because the American people were able to defeat the oligarchs. Hillary Clinton, an agent for the Oligarchy, was defeated despite the vicious media campaign against Donald Trump. This shows that the media and the political establishments of the political parties no longer have credibility with the American people.

The fundamentally most important thing in this conflictual situation where we are now, is six short words: We do not need an empire. The world has suffered during this unilateral regime for many decades, on an ever increasing level since 9/11. We have had enough of all these conflicts … //

… On the other hand Europe has also come eerily close to total submission under the US Empire.

If all goes well after this transition period in the U.S., Europe and Russia will soon be able to resume their peaceful mutual trade relations for the benefit of all – relations that were suddenly broken by the sanctions installed on Washington’s orders after the Crimean crisis. These sanctions have met with resistance from several EU countries, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, just to mention one.[4] Washington will not be able to strangle Russia economically.[5] Europe has suffered more from these sanctions than Russia, since it simply turned to the east for their trade, primarily natural gas

US cooperation with ISIS in Syria (which is also supported by Saudi Arabia, Israel, Qatar, etc.) is one more stain on Washington’s list of dirty interventions in sovereign nations.

Under Trump, it looks pretty certain that EU will lose its present role as a virtual US colony and that NATO will lose most of its importance or it will be dissolved. This organization has no more raison d’être since Russia is an entirely peaceful country without expansionist ambitions – and is all set to cooperate with Europe.

The Kiev coup and the following Crimea uprising, the latest false-flag attempts by Washington to make Russia appear to be the aggressor, ended up as a total fiasco. Ukraine, at this time, is a ‘lost state’ and the world knows that Washington was the agent in this coup.

Trump promises cooperation with Putin instead of aggression, and this must be a compelling reason to vote for him for the sake of the world and to say good riddance to Hillary Clinton. The Western world has suffered for decades under Washington’s terrorism, which has always been strongly supported by the corporate mass media.[6] The world has had enough!

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Russia called Pentagon to report Syrian strike gone awry, but nobody took the call, on RT, Nov 30, 2016: the Russians for some time now have been asking the US to give preplanned coordinates of where they plan to carry out strikes in Syria. Unfortunately, the US has turned them down each time, Michael Maloof, former Pentagon official, told RT;

Why Has CalPERS Given Chief Investment Officer Ted Eliopoulos a $135,000 Gift Via a Bonus That Violates His Bonus Formula? on naked capitalism, by Yves Smith, Nov 30, 2016;

New York Times vents Washington’s rage over debacle in Syria, on WSWS, Nov 30, 2016;

BRICS & Emerging Economies Rankings 2016, on Times Higher Education, Nov 30, 2016;

Kiev seeks joint patrols with NATO in Black Sea, on RT, Nov 30, 2016;

The Liberation of Aleppo, Tears, Hugs and Smiles, the Relief of Escaping Imprisonment in East Aleppo, on Global Research.ca, by Vanessa Beeley, Nov 30, 2016;

Deer hunting given go ahead in ancient London woodland, sparking outrage, on The Independent.co.uk, by Tom Embury-Dennis, Nov 29, 2016: it means hunters will be able to shoot rifles in areas open to the public;

Demonetisation can permanently damage India’s informal economy, on The BRICS Post, Nov 27, 2016;

Modi: One of Twitter’s most followed politicians leads TIME’s Person of the Year Poll, on The BRICS Post, Nov 26, 2016;

BRICS & Emerging Economies University Rankings 2017 – methodology, on Times Higher Education, Nov 25, 2016: this year, the number of universities included in the BRICS & Emerging Economies University Rankings is expanded considerably, using our rigorous performance indicators;

China syndrome: how the slowdown could spread to the BRICS and beyond, on The Guardian, by Larry Elliott and Phillip Inman, Aug 22, 2016;

BRICS economies moving away from recession, on The BRICS Post, Aug 19, 2016;

… and this:

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