The world scene is becoming clearer as each year rolls by.
The West (Europe and the USA) is infected with a parasitic- like economic and social disease.
The masses of people in the West are becoming demoralized and confused.
The social order of the West and its economic structure is weakening as an infiltration of elitists exerts more and more control of government and the financial system.
We are seeing the workers of the West lose their power as jobs become more and more scarce. Money and capital is becoming concentrated in the hands of fewer and fewer people, whilst the middle class loses its traditional security and well being. The poorer classes are growing rapidly by the entrance of people from the Third World and refugees from the Middle Class.
In the West the ruling class is gaining more power as the poor seeks help from governments.
Observers are recognizing the emergence of totalitarian like governments. Although, this seems like a victory for the Elite, in reality it is a defeat for the entire Western population.
The planet is no longer dominated by the countries of the West. China is the foremost power in the East.
In the past, Western powers controlled the world economy through military intervention when commercial endeavors failed. With the advent of nuclear weapons, this is no longer possible. China has the capability of destroying the West should the West try to use military force to control China’s economy.
Today and into the future the West must compete with China, not only for economic advantages, but more importantly, for the sources of energy and food.
Neither the West nor the East can function without energy. Although the major energy sources are in the hands of Western corporations, the countries which actually produce the energy are almost entirely Muslim.
These Muslim countries can divest themselves of their Western energy corporations if China offers them more profit for their resources. We are beginning to see a movement in this direction as Chinese firms make agreements with energy producing countries.
Food production is another basic need for all humans. China is buying land in Africa and Latin America for the production of food. The Western governments, concerned with their obsolete banking system, their degenerating social system and the emergence of class warfare, do not have the will or the central control needed to compete in this area.
Why is the West so weak? In the last two decades Western societies and economies has become increasingly disabled by governments, financial systems and social media that are always moving towards and promoting: disorganization, distrust and diversity.
Such social weakness allows the small group of elitists to govern more easily; however, it weakens the West as a competing entity for world power and ultimate survival.
What were once strong Western countries with clear cultures are rapidly becoming weak countries which are embracing “multi-cultural” values and heterogeneous populations.
Today, Europe and the U.S.A. are floundering economically and socially. The major Eastern countries: China, India and Japan are constantly getting stronger.
This will lead to immense dissatisfaction in the West. We are seeing this dissatisfaction in Greece, Spain, Portugal and Ireland. Social unrest is beginning to dominate the political landscape in all these countries.
In the U.S.A. the same type of dissatisfaction is becoming more apparent, especially as a major election for presidency comes into the fore.
Regardless of who wins in the U.S.A. or what happens in Europe in terms of the debt crisis, the West as an economic entity will take second place in the world.