BRICS Could Spell The End Of The West, But The Globalists Are Playing Both Sides

A new global currency could be emerging soon, that would break the dominance of the United States and bring an end to the petrodollar.

BRICS is a collection of different nations that are apparently working together to take over the world as the new global leaders and includes Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa and very soon could also include Argentina and Iran after both countries formally made applications to join.

Some may be happy that such a move would knock the elites off their perches as the top vultures, with their monetary systems taking a hit if BRICS – which boasts 42 percent of the entire world’s population – moves ahead with plans to implement a more “reliable” way of international transacting.

The concept, however, was created by the very globalists that people think will take a bit, first suggested by the chief economist for Goldman Sachs and BRICS has also pledged their allegiance to the climate overlords by committing to the United Nations Agenda 2030.

The West will be significantly handicapped and may fall behind if BRICS is successful in creating a new currency that will be underpinned by the ruble, rand, real, rupee and yuan.

China, Russia and India have already been working together to stockpile gas and oil and purchases have increased exponentially since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, after Russia launched what it called a “holy war,” and planned to “denazify” and “demilitarize” Ukraine after President Zelensky refused to promise Putin that his country would not join NATO.

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