Pepe Escobar and Eddie Conway: Future Resource Wars

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TheRealNews on Jul 7, 2019

The fantasy of the USA becoming the first global empire in history quickly dissolved in the wake of the Iraq war. Pepe Escobar and Eddie Conway discuss the coming nexus of global competition and climate change.

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  7. In fact through the US a privately owned global empire is alive today. The usurers took control post WW1 as the US via the dollar became the creditor of the world and the former European empires became debtors. Just check the global reserve currency and history shows you that whichever empire has control through a vast army, their currency has the most purchasing power and all their colonies will have this currency forced upon them. Eg. today Africa, South America, parts of Asia all need dollars.

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