Lundi au cours d’une réunion du Conseil de Sécurité de l’ONU, lors des votes sur les sanctions contre la Corée du Nord, les Etats Unis par la bouche de Mnuchin ont menacé de couper l’accès de Pékin au système financier américain et au système international des transfert en dollars.
Comment peut on être aussi stupide?
Bref les USA veulent utiliser leur pouvoir impérial, sans se rendre compte que celui ci s’use si on s’en sert.
Déja la Russie travaille à se passer du système SWIFT et avec ses alliés, les puissances « rogues, non alignées. Elle travaile à traiter le pétrole en monnaie hors dollar, à batir un système qui court circuite le dollar.
Il est évident que les analyses fondamentales en terme de geostratégie démontrent que le pouvoir des sanctions américaines ne tient que par l’hégémonie financière et donc pour les puissances qui sont ses rivales stratégiques il est obligatoire de se débarrasser de ce monopole et de mettre en place un système alternatif: les USA creusent leur propre tombe.
les monnaies de réserve comme les civilisations sont mortelles, mais il n’est pas nécessaire de se suicider!
« Monday’s United National Security Council vote in passing the watered down North Korea sanctions, the US warned that if China were to violate or fail to comply with the newly imposed sanctions against Kim’s regime, it could cut off Beijing’s access to both the US financial system as well as the « international dollar system. »
Speaking at CNBC’s Delivering Alpha conference on Tuesday, Steven Mnuchin said that China had agreed to « historic » North Korean sanctions during Monday’s United Nations vote. « We worked very closely with the U.N. I’m very pleased with the resolution that was just passed. This is some of the strongest items. We now have more tools in our toolbox, and we will continue to use them and put additional sanctions on North Korea until they stop this behavior. »
Le Vénézueal cesse d’accepter le dollar comme paiement du pétrole:
This decision by the nation with the world’s largest proven oil reserves comes just days after China and Russia unveiled the latest Oil/Yuan/Gold triad at the latest BRICS conference.
It’s when President Putin starts talking that the BRICS reveal their true bombshell. Geopolitically and geo-economically, Putin’s emphasis is on a “fair multipolar world”, and “against protectionism and new barriers in global trade.” The message is straight to the point.
“Russia shares the BRICS countries’ concerns over the unfairness of the global financial and economic architecture, which does not give due regard to the growing weight of the emerging economies. We are ready to work together with our partners to promote international financial regulation reforms and to overcome the excessive domination of the limited number of reserve currencies.”
“To overcome the excessive domination of the limited number of reserve currencies” is the politest way of stating what the BRICS have been discussing for years now; how to bypass the US dollar, as well as the petrodollar.
Beijing is ready to step up the game. Soon China will launch a crude oil futures contract priced in yuan and convertible into gold.
This means that Russia – as well as Iran, the other key node of Eurasia integration – may bypass US sanctions by trading energy in their own currencies, or in yuan.
Inbuilt in the move is a true Chinese win-win; the yuan will be fully convertible into gold on both the Shanghai and Hong Kong exchanges.
The new triad of oil, yuan and gold is actually a win-win-win. No problem at all if energy providers prefer to be paid in physical gold instead of yuan. The key message is the US dollar being bypassed.
RC – via the Russian Central Bank and the People’s Bank of China – have been developing ruble-yuan swaps for quite a while now.
Once that moves beyond the BRICS to aspiring “BRICS Plus” members and then all across the Global South,Washington’s reaction is bound to be nuclear (hopefully, not literally).
Washington’s strategic doctrine rules RC should not be allowed by any means to be preponderant along the Eurasian landmass. Yet what the BRICS have in store geo-economically does not concern only Eurasia – but the whole Global South.
Sections of the War Party in Washington bent on instrumentalizing India against China – or against RC – may be in for a rude awakening. As much as the BRICS may be currently facing varied waves of economic turmoil, the daring long-term road map, way beyond the Xiamen Declaration, is very much in place.
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Having threatened China today with exclusion from SWIFT, we suspect Washington is rapidly running out of any great ally to sustain the petrodollar-driven hegemony (and implicitly its war machine). Cue the calls for a Venezuelan invasion in 3…2..1…!