Strait (China, Russia and Islam) (?) vs Queer World Order

Trying to interpret the Biden administrations effects upon international order is challenging. Maybe it’s pac-man and bit coin for capitalist concentration of wealth rejecting even free enterprise unless its own by special, unknown insiders. If one could live one-hundred years more to watch the unfolding of history that would be a thread I would follow. As it is, the administration’s choice for a raucous belligerency toward Russian President Putin and most things Russian has flipped a rail switch on the main line of historical development.

Keeping with the phenomenal history of the Democrat Party’s election of homicidal lawyers to the office of President (e.g. Roosevelt, Kennedy, Clinton, Obama), President Biden has been the primary supplier of state-of-the-art weapons of war to Ukrainian pro-western forces in their fight with Russians and is likely to be given due credit for providing the means to kill Russians. That may create some lasting hard feelings toward the U.S.A. in conservative Russia.

President Nixon’s Sect. Of State Henry Kissinger opened the door to China with ping-pong diplomacy during the Vietnam War when Russia and China were not too friendly with Sino-Soviet relations virtually gun-to gun over the Amur River. Vietnam was definitely not pro-China and Soviets supposed weapons and advisers to the North Vietnamese government.  Eventually China was drawn into a closer working relationship with American business and that of the west after the end of the Cold War with Soviet-Russia when China in effect stood alone against the capitalist west. President Biden has changed the calculus of China’s need to integrate with capitalism and relation ship with Russia.

President Reagan’s policy of ending the Cold War and normalizing relations with a free Russia miraculous paid off. President Clinton sewed the seeds for future conflict in wrenching Ukraine entirely away from post-Soviet Russia, yet for 20 years after that blunder Russia and China increased free enterprise activities and cooperation with capitalists. Democrats in the White House and even out of it when persecuting President Trump for imaginary collusion with Russia to win the 2016 Presidential elections brought adverse relations with Russia to a fever pitch whenever possible. Russia’s reconquista of Crimea in 2014 solidified Democrat Party hatred of Russia and ‘the dictator’.

The Ukraine war of 2020 brought the maximum degree of sanctions the Biden administration and Europe could impose of Russia, and Russia was left isolated developing toward a North Korean condition from the point of view of Democrats, with the exception of fellow traveler authoritarian nations and unaligned nations like India. While that narrative is obviously quite flawed, it wasn’t certain that a cultural war wasn’t at the heart of the conflict because Russians and Ukrainians could easily have lived together peacefully along a shared Ukraine divided between Russia and the west along the Dnepr River. Fundamentally Russia seemed to be the leading non-conformist to Democrat party and European elite will to force homosexual marriage upon all of the nations of the world and to move toward atheism with evolution doctrine in support that from their viewpoint makes all civil institutions acceptable (even if it did not justify the expropriation of heterosexual marriage unto a bi-sexual nature).

An interesting prospect in light of the total economic war on Russia and developing funding of Ukrainian weapons supplies, military and foreign legion of guest fighters is where it stops with no end game mentioned publicly. Would western forces reaching the Russian border be content to stop at that point, or would success tempt them to pursue the Dictator to the heart of Moscow where presumably he would suicide like Hitler instead of being captured? That is a rosy and dangerous point of view unlikely  to actualize as envisioned.Trying to interpret the Biden administrations effects upon international order is challenging. Maybe it’s pac-man and bit coin for capitalist concentration of wealth rejecting even free enterprise unless its own by special, unknown insiders. If one could live one-hundred years more to watch the unfolding of history that would be a thread I would follow. As it is, the administration’s choice for a raucous belligerency toward Russian President Putin and most things Russian has flipped a rail switch on the main line of historical development.

Keeping with the phenomenal history of the Democrat Party’s election of homicidal lawyers to the office of President (e.g. Roosevelt, Kennedy, Clinton, Obama), President Biden has been the primary supplier of state-of-the-art weapons of war to Ukrainian pro-western forces in their fight with Russians and is likely to be given due credit for providing the means to kill Russians. That may create some lasting hard feelings toward the U.S.A. in conservative Russia.

President Nixon’s Sect. Of State Henry Kissinger opened the door to China with ping-pong diplomacy during the Vietnam War when Russia and China were not too friendly with Sino-Soviet relations virtually gun-to gun over the Amur River. Vietnam was definitely not pro-China and Soviets supposed weapons and advisers to the North Vietnamese government.  Eventually China was drawn into a closer working relationship with American business and that of the west after the end of the Cold War with Soviet-Russia when China in effect stood alone against the capitalist west. President Biden has changed the calculus of China’s need to integrate with capitalism and relation ship with Russia.

President Reagan’s policy of ending the Cold War and normalizing relations with a free Russia miraculous paid off. President Clinton sewed the seeds for future conflict in wrenching Ukraine entirely away from post-Soviet Russia, yet for 20 years after that blunder Russia and China increased free enterprise activities and cooperation with capitalists. Democrats in the White House and even out of it when persecuting President Trump for imaginary collusion with Russia to win the 2016 Presidential elections brought adverse relations with Russia to a fever pitch whenever possible. Russia’s reconquista of Crimea in 2014 solidified Democrat Party hatred of Russia and ‘the dictator’.

The Ukraine war of 2020 brought the maximum degree of sanctions the Biden administration and Europe could impose of Russia, and Russia was left isolated developing toward a North Korean condition from the point of view of Democrats, with the exception of fellow traveler authoritarian nations and unaligned nations like India. While that narrative is obviously quite flawed, it wasn’t certain that a cultural war wasn’t at the heart of th

The basic consequence of the Biden approach to asserting Democrat Party platforms globally is the prospect of a unified Asia and strait economic block to counter that of the older, more prosperous and queering west. Russia forced into a Chinese led economic block will be the primary natural resource supply yard for the Chinese economy allowing China to be far less reliant upon supplies from the west. A unified Russia and China paradoxically drawing India and most of Eurasia into its sphere of trade would be virtually independent of the economy of the older, queering west  that would fulfill Toynbee’s paradigm of a repressive minority being supplanted by an external proletariat.

 A Russia that supplies resources to China is a strong economic platform itself, without even considering the constellation of other nations such as India, Vietnam and Islamic countries of Asia that would be more neutral yet active trading partners. It is likely that Europeans would continue investing in China though the new Iron Curtain imposed by the west on Russia would preclude direct trade through Russia to China as hyper-loop trading routes are established between Russia and China. The Trans-Pacific trade agreement that fell through would have been an odd bird in  light of the events with the west and Russia. China trade would have dropped off at some point as China saw the advantage of forming very close economic ties with Russia- even opening better relations concerning trade with India to make a new golden trade triangle. The U.S.A. has invested heavily in China and China is a major supplier of manufactured goods to the U.S.  The U.S.A. cannot easily put harsh ‘secondary’ sanctions on China without damaging its own economy and increasing inflation. For example, the price of an iphone if iApple’s Chinese plants were closed might be doubled in the U.S.A.  Americans like to spend a thousand dollars for a telephone the size of an aircraft carrier. At some point China will be able to get on without U.S. participation in its economy rather than vice versa as things are evolving.

 The west does have good ties with the elite royals of the Muslim world yet the ordinary Muslim world is likely to be more interested in maintaining and developing ties with rising Asian nations if China form one becomes more tolerant of religious self-determination.  An Afghanistan and Pakistan trading with Vietnam, India, Russia and China might even draw in North African rank and file Muslims to the rising Asian trading block. China has the challenge of religious tolerance including that of Islam and Christianity while it builds a Eurasian focused primary trading alliance of strait nations concerned with   restoring the environment to health so far as possible while the Biden administration circumstantially is trying to increase global oil supply and arms production and to increase public debt. It is indeed a perplexing future world order that won’t actualize as considered perhaps. Yet it is something to consider while space exploration and development goes on.