- The Fall Of The Dollar Based Monetary System: Russia Puts The Avalanche In Motion!
It is truly astonishing how much trust people have in the establishment. Almost everyone believes that central planners are focused on defending the best outcome for society. In the same respect, almost everyone nowadays believes that “things are contained.”
Looking under the hood, it appears that several worrisome trends are going on. Examining those trends, one can only conclude that they are building up momentum. But make no mistake, momentum, in this case, is not in the right direction.
We are talking about our monetary system, one of the most invisible and misunderstood concepts related to money and markets. The dollar hegemony, which has held for more than 4 decades, is showing serious cracks. At the center of this trend is Russia. Do not confuse cause and effect. Although mainstream media tries to paint a different picture of things, sharp observers understand that Russia is simply the trigger that will, very likely, set an avalanche in motion. The outcome, in this context, is the fall of the dollar as a world reserve currency.
Trends that are breaking the backbone of the dollar based monetary system
We have detected three different trends by analyzing the events and announcements in the last couple of months. Do not confuse ongoing with imminent. These trends are so fundamental in nature that it takes a long time till they have run their course; so don’t expect an immediate fall of the dollar (although we should never exclude anything).
Trend 1: Russia and China are becoming very strong allies
Both Russia and China have been growing fast in the last decade, at least economically. Combining the forces of both countries is really a global economic powerhouse, with several unique strengths, in particular in natural resources, energy, aerospace and defence. The world simply cannot ignore this, and the US cannot simply eliminate this duo by tactics and diplomacy.
As several sources have reported lately, one of which being RT, Russia and China have been growing economically closer towards each other.