Sustainable Development





Belt and Road

China Is Asserting Itself As The Driving Force Behind Globalization

As Trump plays the Protectionist card on global trade, China is wasting no time in taking over the lead with globalization. It intends to re-open the famous trade route called the Silk Road, which connected Asia with Europe. Instead of dirt roads and paths, the new “Belt and Road” project will span 65 nations and cost upwards of $1 Trillion. However, it will revolutionize global trade and give China a wide-open door to Europe and the Mideast.

As a Technocracy, China will naturally seek to build infrastructure to connect to as many trading centers as possible. Belt and Road will be the largest infrastructure ever undertaken. Meanwhile, Trump’s hardline rhetoric against China during the campaign cycle has turned to sawdust. China is wasting no time to take advantage of it.




Islamization Of London: Multiculturalism Is Viewed As Chief Catalyst For Sustainable Development

Turning the world into a multi-cultural melting pot has been an explicit goal of the Trilateral Commission for many years, and it is having a devastating effect on Europe and America. The BBC reported in 2012 that “Peter Sutherland told peers the future prosperity of many EU states depended on them becoming multicultural.” Sutherland is honorary Chairman of the Trilateral Commission in Europe and also the UN’s migration chief.




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