BRICS Summit: Emerging Economies Condemn Military Threats Against Iran, Syria!
- The BRICS are a credible threat to the Anglo-American Illuminist west. Not just in economic terms but also in monetary and military prowess. What we are seeing is the Hegelian Dialectic in action. The Illuminists always build up opposing forces, create enemies … and then set them up for a catastrophic clash/war.
- Will the Anglo-American Illuminati give up their global currency and financial hegemony? Obviously not! War is brewing between these 2 opposing forces. It is exactly what the Illuminist banksters which control both sides want. With war, countries are greatly enslaved in debt, martial law is instituted, freedom is lost … and the mass culling of the sheeple begins. The sheeple do not understand what is going on. They are deceived useful idiots complicit in their own destruction!
BRICS summit: Emerging economies condemn military threats against Iran, Syria!
By Rama Lakshmi, http://www.washingtonpost.com/
NEW DELHI — Leaders of five of the world’s fastest-growing economies called Thursday for an end to the rhetoric of military action against Iran and Syria, as they met in India to develop measures to boost mutual trade in their local currencies. The leaders of the coalition known as BRICS — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa — said unilateral sanctions against Iran would affect their trade and economic growth.
“We must avoid political disruptions that create volatilities in global energy markets and affect trade flows,” Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said. “We agreed that a lasting solution to the problems in Syria and Iran can only be found through dialogue.”
Echoing Singh’s concerns, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said she does not “support any embargo policy” and “escalation of pro-violence rhetoric.” She called for “opening a room for compromise solution” on Iran.
The statements come at a time when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is warning of a possible military strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities. In Syria, a violent government crackdown on an opposition uprising has killed about 9,000 people, according to U.N. estimates.
The BRICS leaders, meeting in a five-star hotel under heavy security, discussed adjusting the balance of the global economic order and decision-making. They signed new trade agreements, made frequent reference to their shared goal of growth, decried the lack of parity in international organizations and called for reforms in the U.N. Security Council.
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