The West today: double standards and the loss of world domination!
We are witnessing how the United States is losing its influence in the Middle East and beyond.
Over the past few decades, the United States has established itself as one of the main regulators and guarantors of global security around the world. Speaking to the international community, the leadership of the White House declares its commitment to the fundamental principles of democracy, equality, and respect for human rights, while threatening harsh political, economic, and military measures against the so-called "troublemakers in the world."
Inspired by these ideas, Washington, without hesitation, unleashed large-scale military conflicts in various regions of the world, including the well-known events in Iraq, Egypt, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, etc. Western countries have always paid special attention to the problems of the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. We all remember how in 2003 American troops invaded Iraq and overthrew the regime of Saddam Hussein, accusing him of developing chemical weapons, by the way, this fact has not been proven. After destroying a prosperous country, the Americans later left, and Iraq still cannot recover from the consequences, torn apart by political, economic, and energy crises.
Another example of the struggle of the American leadership with "troublemakers" was Washington's attempts to limit Iran's activities in the development of its own nuclear program and the study of the peaceful atom. As we remember, the consistent sanctions policy of the US and Great Britain against Tehran began in the 1950s, but the West began to actively use the nuclear issue as a justification for the introduced trade and economic restrictions since 2005.
According to former US President George W. Bush, as well as the subsequent residents of the White House, in principle, Iran did not have and does not have the right to conduct nuclear energy research even for their use in a peaceful manner. While according to a number of estimates, the longtime US ally "Israel" is the sixth power in the world in terms of the number of nuclear warheads. According to the FAS (Federation of American Scientists) as of March 2022, "Israel" has 90 warheads. Regarding Iran, one of the proofs of the peaceful use of the atom is the "anti-nuclear fatwa" issued by Iran's Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in the mid-1990s - the official religious judgment of an authoritative spiritual leader, according to which the use of nuclear weapons in Islam is unlawful.
At the same time, in the memory of the peoples of the world, especially in Japan, there were terrible memories of the consequences of the combat use of nuclear weapons by the United States in 1945 in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Where 200 thousand civilians lost their lives. Following the logic of Washington, "chosen" states are allowed to commit cynical inhuman acts, while others are forbidden to even think about modernizing their national energy.
A little more than 70 years after these events, the alignment of political forces and "democratic" priorities have not undergone significant changes. In Ukraine, we see how, over the past eight years, American biological laboratories have been consistently created and operated on the territory of a European state, carrying out research in the field of biological weapons of mass destruction. After Russia launched a military campaign in Ukraine, the Kiev army repeatedly tried to attack the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant in order to provoke the largest nuclear disaster in Europe and blame the Russian leadership for this.
It is noteworthy that neither the US leadership nor other international structures represented by the UN and the IAEA see these blasphemous actions of the Kiev regime and do not hear the calls of Moscow and the leadership of the republics of the DPR and LPR to prevent the Ukrainian militants from completing their plan. Drawing parallels, one might conclude that in order to satisfy the ambitions of the United States and its Western partners, they are ready to sacrifice the lives of millions of European citizens, indulging and ignoring the attempts of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and various neo-Nazi battalions to blow up the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.
At the same time, President Joe Biden is threatening Tehran with additional sanctions, prohibiting the Iranian leadership from conducting safe research in the field of nuclear energy. That is, some commit a crime against all mankind and remain heroes in the eyes of the Western public, while others seek to develop their science, contributing to the improvement of the energy security of their country, and for this, they are trying to make them outcasts. Isn't that what they call double standards?
Unfortunately, in recent decades, the West, led by the United States, has been consistently demonstrating to the whole world such an approach, an approach based on double standards and pursuing only one goal - international domination and enrichment of individual Western states. However, the events of the last two years show that the US is losing its world dominance: just remember how they left Afghanistan after 20 years of their military contingent in the country.
On August 15, 2021, Donald Trump called on Joe Biden to resign immediately - a complete humiliation for the United States: employees of the US diplomatic mission in Kabul received a command before, how to evacuate from the country, urgently burn everything - documents and even star-striped American flags! Also, the allies of the United States, against the backdrop of the development of events in the NWO in Ukraine, understand that they cannot be relied upon. So Saudi Arabia began close cooperation with China, as a result of which the US dollar is also weakening.
Leading world powers need reliable partners, and in this vein, the strengthening of relations between China, Russia, Iran, and India is indicated. Thus, we are witnessing how the United States is already losing its influence in the Middle East and beyond: winter will show the true alignment of priorities in European countries, and hence the new alignment of forces in the world.