While the tired, bankrupt, war crazy oligarchs of the “exceptional” west will be a no show in Moscow for the May 9 Victory Day parade, the rising star that is Eurasia, will be out in full force in Red Square to celebrate past heroes, and signal the rise of what is the Silk Road World Order.
Sour grapes over how the US coup in Ukraine turned out…yup!
But more than the ironic symbolism of the west’s backing of a nazi Ukraine during what is the 70th anniversary of the defeat of Hitler…the West’s lack of presence in Moscow, should be seen less as a boycott, and more as a passing of the baton (reluctantly) to the new mayors of barter town.
Via Sputnik News Agency…
The reality of the 21st century is right before our eyes. It stretches from China to Moscow, from Minsk to Almaty and Shanghai.
The land mass is massive, and the trading possibility is beyond imagination. Any contry on the European continent not ready to ditch the bankrupt and defunct European Union for what is shaping up to become an amazing Euorasian trading block is simply stupid.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay a three-day visit to Moscow on May 8-10, attending the May 9 Victory Day Parade in the Russian capital at the invitation of President Vladimir Putin, the Chinese Foreign Ministry announced in a statement on Monday.
Xi Jinping also plans to visit Belarus and Kazakhstan in May, at the request of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the ministry’s statement said.
Chinese Ambassador to Russia Li Hui told Sputnik last week that China’s People’s Liberation Army was going to take part in the military parade that will be held in Moscow’s Red Square as part of the May 9 celebrations marking the 1945 defeat of Nazi Germany.
The Chinese leader is also expected to use his visit to the Russian capital to hold talks with Vladimir Putin, as well as Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Last month, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced that Xi Jinping had invited President Putin to visit China in early September when the country will mark the 70th anniversary of World War II victory over Japan.
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