BATTLEFORWORLD – October 5, 2017: According to information from Billy Meier and his contactee friend Ptaah, if the United States and its allies continue to spread bellicose leadership around the world, Russia will go its own way with China, to create a better and friendlier world environment for the people.
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(Regarding the year 2020, Meier was told for the first time in 1975:
“…According to your (the Plejarens) probability calculations, the superpower USA could come to an end after the year 2020, if nothing in this country changes for the better by then, and if those who are the USA’s allies continue to dissociate from that country, or even become open enemies of that country…” (Editor: And as we get closer to the year 2020 and after, Russia will become a powerful force against the West. And so the United States and allies are in a mode of panic, trying to start their next war adventure.)
Special Bulletin #101, August 2016 | Contact Report #656, July 17, 2016: Ptaah: As the West continues to isolate Russia, Russia will continue the process of building a large alliance that consists of China and other Asian and Arab countries. This alliance will grow in strength and could become a mighty repelling force against western countries.)
Russia creating new allies for the destined new world leadership:
1. October 5, 2017 – Fresh Start: Saudi Arabia Turns to Russia Seeking to Diversify Foreign Relations: Riyadh has started diversifying its foreign relations due to the US’ further rapprochement with Tel Aviv, Russian political scientist Vyacheslav Smirnov told Radio Sputnik. According to the expert, the first ever visit of King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud to Moscow is likely to strengthen Russo-Saudi ties.
October 8, 2017 – Russian Senator Believes Saudi King’s Visit to Russia Means ‘US Dictate Over’: Russian Senator Alexey Pushkov argued on Sunday that the visit of Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud indicated the end of US dominance in international relations. “Riyadh will cooperate with Moscow despite the hardline US approach to Russia. There is an important sign: The United States is still influential, but its dictate is over,” Pushkov said on Twitter.
2. July 5, 2017: Russia-China Relations Reach a New High: “Both sides believe that the current international system is moving towards multi-polarization. The rise of emerging markets and developing countries has become an irresistible historical trend. Meanwhile… the negative factors affecting global stability are increasing around the world; cold war mentality and hegemony still exist; and non-traditional security threats such as terrorism, refugee crisis, major infectious diseases, and climate change are spreading.”
3. July 28, 2017: Russia-India ties transcend new friendships: Russia has been a longstanding and time-tested partner for India. The development of India-Russia relations has been a key pillar of India’s foreign policy. The signing of the “Declaration on the India-Russia Strategic Partnership” in October 2000, provided additional impetus to bilateral ties and contributed towards the enhancement of cooperation in almost all areas of the bilateral relationship. The strategic partnership between the two countries has promoted the development of institutionalized dialogue mechanisms at various levels in order to strengthen bilateral interaction and follow up on activities related to cooperation in different areas. During the visit of the Russian President to India in December 2010, the Strategic Partnership was elevated to the level of a “Special and Privileged Strategic Partnership.”
4. May 8, 2017 – Syria-Russia relations reach new high as Assad urges citizens to celebrate anniversary of Soviet triumph over Nazis: As the former Soviet Union rallies today to celebrate the defeat of Nazi Germany in the Second World War, there is an unlikely newcomer to recent Victory Day celebrations: Syria. Seventy-two years after the end of Second World War, the top brass of Russia’s leadership descends on Red Square for the iconic military showcasing of Russia’s latest weaponry and military might, including nuclear weapons and airforce displays. Last year, a similar Victory Day showcase of Russian and Syrian military was on display in the Syrian city Latakia on the Mediterranean, where a Russian military base has coordinated Moscow’s intervention in the Syrian civil war. This year, the unlikely commemoration of Victory Day in Syria has been bolstered by a Russian media campaign targeting cities throughout the embattled country.
5. April 3, 2017 – Russia–Japan Relations in the Era of Trump: As Russia continues to dominate Washington’s domestic politics and threatens European cohesion on a daily basis, one country has been consistently courting the Kremlin with enthusiasm: Japan. Tokyo has pursued a rapprochement with Moscow ever since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe returned to power in December 2012. His agenda has survived everything from Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea to its armed intervention in Syria. The upshot has been a belief in Tokyo that a potential breakthrough is near in the Far East’s forgotten frozen conflict — with significant geopolitical implications at both regional and global levels.
6. Dec 15, 1997 – Russia Revives Relationship with Cuba: Relations between Cuba and Russia are warming up. Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov, on a tour of Latin America, discussed the resumption of the traditional oil for sugar deal that had been in place under the Soviet regime but which had dropped to dangerously low levels— from the Cuban point of view—since the collapse of communism. The key discussions were not held in Havana but in Caracas. The Russians claimed that Venezuela is the key to Russian trade with Cuba. During the 1980s, Cuba shipped sugar to the Soviet Union. Venezuela shipped oil to Cuba to fulfill the Russian end of the bargain. The Soviets then filled Venezuelan contracts in Europe on matching basis. As a result, the Soviets were able to save on transportation costs, making a losing proposition bearable. According to Moscow TV1, the resumption of this trilateral trade was one of the reasons that Nemtsov was in Caracas. Russia is about to sign new agreements with Cuba and needs Venezuela’s participation to make the deal viable.
7. October 5 2017 – Why Venezuela Proves That Russia Is Still a World Power: The Minister of Foreign Relations of Venezuela, Delcy Rodriguez, stressed today the agreement with Russia on the respect for the principles governing the behavior of States in the international arena and the importance of bilateral ties. It is important to look upon Russia as a world power in both politics and energy, emphasized Rodriguez during the joint press conference at the culmination of her official talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
8. March 27, 2017 – Russia and Iran’s Cooperation Hints at a New Middle East: Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, will meet from March 27 to 29. According to the Tehran Times, both sides are “preparing more than 10 documents for signing” on various economic and political issues. The meeting, set in Moscow, highlights the debate surrounding the real nature of post-Cold War relations between Moscow and Tehran. According to Western – particularly neoconservative – strategists, there is a way to stop Russian-Iranian military cooperation in Syria. Along with the Israeli right wing, they believe that while Iran and Russia form a united front against overthrowing Bashar al-Assad, they do not see eye to eye on a diplomatic solution to end Syria’s civil war.
October 11, 2017 – Russia ready to mediate talks between Saudi Arabia & Iran: Russia is ready and willing to mediate in establishing relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov has stated. “We tried several times and offered [to help Iran and Saudi Arabia sit down at the negotiating table], but we do not impose our intermediary role,” Bogdanov told reporters. “But we have always told our partners in both Saudi Arabia and Iran that we are ready to provide both a platform for contacts and friendly services.” Bogdanov added that Moscow has always highlighted the need to resolve the issues between the two countries. “Many problems would have been much easier to resolve had there been mutual understanding and trust between Tehran and Riyadh,” Bogdanov said.
9. June 21, 2017 – Brazil and Russia sign joint statement and bilateral cooperation acts: Brazilian and Russian officials have signed five bilateral agreement this Wednesday (21) to increase cooperation in key areas for the two countries. With these agreements, Brazil and Russia will strengthen and intensify trade and economic relations. Temer and Russian President Vladimir Putin have committed in a joint statement signed today to promote bilateral strategic dialogue on different foreign policy and international agenda issues. The declaration established the two countries’ commitment to global efforts to combat climate change and the implementation of the Paris Agreement, the fight against corruption and terrorism and cooperation between the two countries on issues such as oil and natural gas exploration. Russia also demonstrated support for Brazil’s candidacy to permanent membership of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).
10. March 10, 2017 – Putin: Russia-Turkey Relations ‘Being Re-established Quickly’: Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday that Russian-Turkish relations are strengthening as the two countries seek ways to reduce the scale of fighting in the six-year Syrian conflict. “We are very happy that connections between our countries are being re-established quickly,” Putin told reporters as he hosted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Moscow. “We are actively working on solving the most serious crisis, first of all the Syrian one.”