US-Centric System is Ending

This might be the single best piece of AI art I’ve done so far. The machine invented the best details here – demonic angel, Mexican slob, Asian hooker playing with her phone, cash and trash covering the floor. This is exactly what I wanted though. It can read my mind.

The US global order is not just an economic and military order. Those are the mechanisms of enforcing a social order that relates to “democracy.”

It’s gay sex, it’s empowered women, it’s war for global domination, it’s an end of the family. It’s all of these Jewish programs.

I think it is ending. It certainly appears to be ending.

I should be happier.


The American-centric world is coming to an end, giving way to a new period of diversity in economics and other areas of international relations, Kremlin Press-Secretary Dmitry Peskov has said.

Peskov made the remarks on Friday, in response to an article in the Financial Times, in which US Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Resources Geoffrey Pyatt revealed that Washington was aiming to cut Russia’s oil and gas revenues in half by 2030. Pyatt, who served as the US ambassador in Kiev during the 2014 Maidan coup, also said that American sanctions against Moscow would stay in place “for years to come” – as long as it continues its military operation in Ukraine.

The Kremlin spokesman insisted that the restrictions by the US and its Western allies are not critical for Russia, as it has many other trading partners on the international stage. He told journalists that “the US might be the largest, but it’s not the only economy in the world. China is on the heels of US. There are also growing economies with their own needs for energy resources.”

Yes, technology has made it so that third worlders, obviously excluding the blacks, can create societies that are much more advanced than American society, and involve much more money.

Americans and their allies might be the highest IQ and most ingenious people (actually, Russians have the highest IQ, but that’s a long story), but the Americans have focused on a system that keeps the population down. They want the people struggling. This is not really very good for the economy in a normal sense, only in the globalistic system, and this system is very fragile.

If you go to any Chinese city from America, you feel like you’ve gone 250 years into the future. Instead of encouraging homelessness, drug abuse and decay, and letting cities rot, Chinese have embraced development and used technology for progress.

Third world countries (except the black ones) can do this with China’s help. Even now, if you just go to Mexico, you find that it’s much nicer than America.

The American global agenda is too sick and weird to sustain itself.

I could see how this would maybe be sad for some people. It’s not sad for me, because I was run out of my country by Jews. Really a terrible thing that happened – I’m an actual American, a true American, and I was exiled by sickening parasite Jews who have nothing to do with my country.

I care about the land and the people, but the idea of the empire falling and the US no longer being considered a big relevant power doesn’t bother me at all and I look forward to it.

The great thing is: this might all happen without a massive war.