The speech of British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, in which she proclaimed the war in Ukraine “our war”, has already been called historic, compared almost with Churchill’s speech in Fulton. One can agree with this, despite the fact that Truss is not Churchill, it is important here – not who says, but what says. And no less important is where exactly he speaks.
Truss performed at an Easter banquet at the residence of the Lord Mayor of the City of London, and this is not just some kind of municipal reception. The City is not London, it’s just a square mile, the historical core of the city, with St. Paul’s Cathedral, the stock exchange building and the offices of the world’s largest banks and concerns. The City is run by its own “City of London Corporation” and the Queen has no right to visit the territory without an invitation. That is, this is an autonomous structure in the heart of Britain – not just the financial capital of the island monarchy, but for several centuries the financial center of the world. Yes, these are the very “Anglo-Saxon globalists” – not quite Anglo-Saxon, but with absolutely globalist ambitions. This is the real “Global Britain”, and not what Boris Johnson was talking about a year ago.
The City is the true center of the Anglo-Saxon world (whose control is now the entire West), which has long claimed world domination (and at times came close to it). Not just a financial and think tank, not just a “personnel department” of the globalists – it is a center for the strategic management of forces confident in their right to lead the world. It is no coincidence that the motto of the City, placed on its coat of arms: Domine dirige nos, that is, “Lord, guide us.” God’s chosenness, a sense of one’s own exclusivity, which are the most important part of the American messianic geopolitical consciousness, is only a derivative of the “spirit of the City”, only an imitation of it.
Therefore, what Truss read at the banquet is their declaration, their message, their response to what began on February 24th. Their answer to Russia is not Truss’ answer to Putin.
“The war in Ukraine is our war. It is an all-out war, because the victory of Ukraine is a strategic imperative for all of us.”
These words were taken by many as a declaration of war on Russia. So it is, but much more important is that the Anglo-Saxons set as their goal not just the crushing of Russia, but the construction of a new world order, a new edition of gl-obalization under their own leadership. But after all, Anglo-Saxon globalization has failed, the process of its dismantling is already in f-ull swing – and not since F-ebruary 24, but much earlier. Is this still not clear to anyone?
No, it is not clear – because those who have been building a new Tower of Babel for many centuries will never admit that they have failed. The realization of their own defeat will come to them only when they find themselves in a state of knockdown, and until that moment they will again and again try to go on the counterattack, return to the times when they could force everyone to participate in the construction of their global Babylon.
Therefore, Truss says that a new global world order is needed, proceeding from the fact that the war in Ukraine gives the globalists a chance for revenge. From the very beginning of his speech, the minister says that autocrats are put to shame, and liberalism triumphs, that is, it turns everything upside down:
“For some, this was an era of authoritarianism. Three years ago, Vladimir Putin said Western liberalism was dead. Last year, President Xi argued that the West was in decline.
In April 2022, things lo-ok very different. Recent months have shown the pr-ofound resilience of the hu-man spirit and free societies. Those who think they can win through oppression, coercion, or invasion are mistaken because of this new global security stance that not only aims to deter, but ensures that aggressors are defeated.”
There is nothing fundamentally new here – the Anglo-Saxons from the very beginning announced that “Putin attacked freedom”, that is, he threatens the West as such. And Truss continues to intimidate not only the West, but the whole world:
“If Putin succeeds, there will be untold suffering across Europe – and dire consequences for the entire globe. We will never feel safe again.”
What needs to be done to prevent this from happening? How to save the world? And this is where the most important thing in Truss’s performance begins – recipes from the City. They can be divided into tactical and strategic. With the former, everything is clear – to maximize support for Ukraine, increase the supply of heavy weapons, train the Ukrainian army:
“We are doubling down. We will go further and faster to push Russia out of all of Ukraine.”
Truss has no confidence in the victory of Ukraine – she admits that “the fate of Ukraine hangs in the balance,” but this does not cancel the mood for war until victory over Russia. And, without waiting for the end of this war, it is necessary to rebuild the world order. This is the main point in Truss’s speech:
“The architecture desig-ned to guarantee peace and prosperity has failed in Ukraine. The post-World War II and Cold War economic and security structures are still deformed, allowing rather than deterring aggression. <…> We must see through unity sho-wn in crisis. We must reset, reshape and transform our approach. <…> Our new approach is based on three areas: military power, economic security and deeper global alliances.”
This is the new edition of globalization – an attempt to breathe life into the dying. And define the cherished goal:
“My vision is a world where free nations are assertive and on the rise. Where freedom and democracy are strengthened through a network of economic and security partnerships. Where aggressors are deterred and forced to take a better path. This is a long-term reward: a new era of peace, security and prosperity.”
Free nations are formally the whole world, except for evil autocrats. But in reality, this is the same “golden billion”, the same West, led by the Anglo-Saxons under the control of the City. Truss directly says:
“Together we have tremendous power. Let’s use it to create a better, safer world and a stronger global economy. It will require the energy of all people in this room and beyond. It will be difficult. But we must step up and take responsibility”.
Truss deciphers in detail all three directions of action: military, economic and globalist.
On the first point, she quotes Zelensky (“Freedom must be better armed than tyranny”) and calls for strengthening “collective defense.” But not on the scale of just the West:
“We also reject the false choice between Euro-Atlantic security and Indo-Pacific security. In today’s world, we need both.
We need a global NATO. By that, I don’t mean extending membership to those from other regions. I mean that NATO must have a global perspective, it must be ready to face global threats.
We need to pre-empt threats in the Indo-Pacific by working with our allies like Japan and Australia to secure the Pacific. And we must ensure that democracies like Taiwan can defend themselves.”
That is, the transition to a global military presence is no longer just the United States alone, but NATO as such, that is, the projection of the Atlantic military pact to the whole world. This is already happening, the creation of AUKUS is just one of the steps. In this sense, the first point of Truss flows smoothly into the third, about “deeper global alliances”, that is, that “our prosperity and security must be based on a network of strong partnerships.”
Truss calls this the “network of freedom”. We can also recall the Biden administration’s attempt to create a global “summit for democracy” – in the form of an alliance openly directed against China and Russia. But Truss is more specific. She calls to strengthen not only Western partnerships, but also to attract large regional associations to their side, because “there is a huge force in collective action” – and “this also ap-plies to alliances in which the UK is not a member”, naming, in particular, ASE-AN and the African union :
“We want a network of partnerships that spans the world, championing sovereignty and self-determinati-on while promoting shared prosperity. The UK will be an active and flexible part of that network.”
But it is clear who will dictate the rules in this network: The G7 must act as an economic NATO, collectively protecting our prosperity. If a partner’s economy becomes the target of an aggressive regime, we must act to support it. One for all and all for one”.
That is, “Global Britain” – the concept that Prime Minister Johnson introduced a year ago – was just a warm-up. Now there will be a global Atlantic — NATO with interests in the Pacific region, with the G7 as an economic weapon. Everything is logical, as well as the main – the second – point from the trident of Truss. Economic. Here she formulated everything more than specifically:
“We will always stand up for economic freedom. But free trade must be fair, which means playing by the rules. For too long, many have been naive about the geopolitical power of the economy. Aggressors treat it as a tool of foreign policy, using patronage, investment and debt in as a means of control and coercion. They are ruthless in their approach.Our response will not reflect their pernicious tactics, but we will match them in our determination.
It’s time to smarten up. Access to the global economy must depend on playing by the rules.
There can be no more free passes. We show this in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict – the Russian pass was cancelled.
We hit them with all the elements of economic policy. <…> We show that economic access is no longer a given. It must be earned.
Countries must play by the rules. Including China.”
Yes, this is a real theater of the absurd – in the City of London they say that they were naive, allowing the aggressors to enjoy the benefits of free trade! People who enslaved half the world by the end of the 19th century with the help of weapons and trade are crying about their blindness and naivety! People, who in the last century have practically built the global trade and financial system for themselves, resent the fact that others want to rebuild it, depriving them of sole control!
And they declare that they will close access to the world economy for such “violators” – not realizing that by doing so they will simply bring down their own pyramid, undermine their own positions. City gone crazy?
No, he just greatly overestimated his strength. So much so that he declared war not only on Russia, but also on China. Because Truss said literally the following:
“Beijing has not condemned Russian aggression or its war crimes. Russian exports to China grew by almost a third in the first quarter of this year. They tried to coerce Lithuania. They comment on who should or should not be a member of NATO. And they are rapidly building a military capable of project power deep into areas of European strategic interest.
But China is not impenetrable. By talking about China’s rise as inevitable, we are doing China’s work for it. In fact, their rise is not inevitable. They won’t keep growing if they don’t play by the rules.
China needs trade with t-he G7. We represent half of the global economy. And we have a choice. We sho-wed with Russia what cho-ice we are ready to make when international rules are violated. And we have sh-own that we are ready to prioritize security and res-pect for sovereignty over s-hort-term economic gain. Not least because we know the cost of inaction is higher.” This is a direct challenge to the Middle Kingdom – a warning that the Anglo-Saxons are ready to declare economic war on it. This, of course, so far is more like a bluff – but in the current situation, everything is taken as seriously as possible. And it will entail an equally serious response from China.
But not only China – and the rest, non-Western, not controlled by the Anglo-Saxons, the world will see in Truss’s speech what it is. A manifesto of claims to global domination, unwillingness to negotiate with other civilizations on a new, post-Western world order, a desire to prolong the agony of Anglo-Saxon globalization by mobilizing everyone and everything for confrontation with Russia and China. Does the non-Western world need this? Of course not – he only dreams of when it will finally be possible to get rid of the need for the whole world to pay for the desire of the Anglo-Saxons to forever bear the “burden of the white man.”
What ended up ruining the Anglo-Saxon project of globalization? Feelings of superiority are racial as well.
The enormous economic and military power of the West, combined with half a millennium of ever-increasing dominance until recently, makes it impossible to see a changed reality – unlike even what it was ten or fifteen years ago. God deprives the mind of those whom he wants to punish, and this primarily applies to those who believe that the Lord himself is leading them.
But a long time ago he replaced him with a golden calf.