In this June 22, 2022 article published by Life Site News, Jack Bingham reports on statements from Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov who has recently reiterated the country’s desire to establish a “democratic world order” with China.
According to Lavrov, this new world order is “increasingly necessary as the globe continues to live ‘through a very serious stage in the history of international relations”.
Bingham reports that China is working closely with Russia to advance “global multipolarity and democratization of international relations”.
Editor’s Note: How does this Russia-China-initiated “new world order” look like? It is clear from previous statements released by both Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin that they are rejecting US interference in their internal affairs.
In an earlier statement, both leaders said, “Depending on the socio-political structure, history, traditions, and cultural characteristics of a particular state, its people have the right to choose such forms and methods of implementing democracy that correspond to the specifics of this state. The right to judge whether a state is democratic belongs only to its people.”
At face value, we also agree with this point – that other countries have no right to impinge on the sovereignty of another. But like Bingham, we must also exercise caution. Will this new world order with Russia and China at the center be anything like The Great Reset, or will it be a humane alternative?
First, we must remember that the COVID scamdemic, which made the new world order possible, came from China. The truth about the origins of the virus remains hidden to this day. Moreover, China’s high-tech authoritarian rule over its people is a model for The Great Reset.
Second, Vladimir Putin has always been supportive of the World Economic Forum (WEF), the architect of The Great Reset. Russia is also at the forefront of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and has been working towards digitizing its economy.
As the Russia-China New World Order starts to threaten the hegemony of the West, we must also enhance our capacity to discern truth independently. And as the tension between these world powers increases, we must remember what we are fighting for. When we allow our values to guide our processes will be able to take the right position and hold our ground.
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