Remember that however destabilized the United States becomes, the greater the geopolitical power vacuum rises. As US destabilizes, every other foreign power has a larger chance to expand their reach.
These riots are no exception:
It’s completely predictable that politicians and news outlets are pointing the finger at Russia for riots across the US, analysts told RT, since blaming the Kremlin for everything inconvenient has become an American pastime.
Nationwide demonstrations against the death of George Floyd have descended into rioting and looting in many cities, creating chaos – as well as political opportunism. Efforts to scapegoat Russia for the crisis are par for the course, George Szamuely, a senior research fellow at the Global Policy Institute told RT.
Political analyst and journalist Andre Vltchek took the view that the US establishment is also eager to cover up its own double standards when it comes to lecturing the rest of the world about human rights.
“The US is ready to impose sanctions on China over Hong Kong, over its treatment of protesters, which is much milder than what we see right now in Minneapolis and other parts of the United States,” he told RT.
Although news coverage initially downplayed the extent of the destruction caused by the riots and looting, media outlets, pundits and officials have started to change gear. During an appearance on CNN, National Urban League President and former New Orleans Mayor Marc Morial speculated that the ongoing unrest in Minneapolis was being fueled by Russian agents.
A similar sentiment was expressed by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, who cryptically suggested that his state was being undermined by some kind of foreign influence. This theory has taken root among political pundits and news anchors alike, though they have thus far failed to substantiate their claims with any evidence.
Whether we take the Russian avenue or not is irrelevant. Even other countries such as China would benefit greatly from US unrest:
‘Retribution’: Chinese state media calls violent U.S. protests a ‘beautiful sight’
“For the first time, we have a president of the United States who is prepared to push back against [China’s threats] and protect the American people,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday on Fox Business’ “Sunday Morning Futures.”
The Global Times, a newspaper known as a Chinese Communist Party mouthpiece, suggested in a column that Beijing would be justified if it openly backed the protests and riots in the U.S. that have prompted eight governors to call out the National Guard.
The column, written by Global Times Editor-in-Chief Hu Xijin, took aim at the Trump administration for threatening to impose sanctions on China over its new security law in Hong Kong.
The newspaper also took aim at Mr. Pompeo and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, California Democrat. It mocked a statement Mrs. Pelosi made nearly a year ago that pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong were “a beautiful sight to behold” at the time.
It is rather apparent to anyone with half a brain that no domestic individual benefits from riots:
- It makes the rioters and their movement look like domestic terrorism
- It splinters the nation further among partisan lines
- It causes massive economic devastation
Antifa/BLM won’t benefit from this, police won’t benefit from this, business owners won’t benefit from this, suburban home owners won’t benefit from this, whites won’t benefit from this, et cetera. No domestic group benefits.
But foreign nations sure do.
To the observant reader, it should be no question as to where the funds come from to support domestic unrest movements such as BLM or Antifa. Every country has a vested interest in the US.
It’s just a shame that most of them have a vested interest in our destabilization.
The more unrest occurs here, the less power the US can use to stabilize the world’s very shaky geopolitical balance.
Also, you should probably buy a gun and get some survivalist prep up and running. It’s only going to get worse from here:
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