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1 June 2014 - 16:51

The Western governments, led by Bilderbergers, are worried about a growing alliance between Iran, China and Russia, an analyst writes for Press TV.

“The Bilderbergers’ first concern... is the rise of Iran, Russia and China,” Kevin Barrett wrote in an article for the Press TV website referring to this year's Bilderberg conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, which ended on June 1.

He highlighted a significant gas deal recently signed between Russia and China and “Iran and Russia's successful defense of Syria against NATO-led aggression” as factors having “raised grave questions about whether the Bilderberg-led West can continue its world-domination scheme.”

Barrett said other developments causing concern for the Bilderbergers include Russia’s initiative to form the Eurasian Economic Union with Belarus and Kazakhstan, and China’s call for an “Asian Security Alliance” with Russia and Iran.

“All of this, on top of the Russia-China gas pipeline deal, suggests that the world is spinning out of the Bilderbergers’ control,” wrote Barrett.

Last month, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for the creation of a new Asian organization for security cooperation with the participation of Iran and Russia.

Last Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev for the establishment of the Eurasian Economic Union.

Barrett said the Bilderbergers may now seek to “opt for a gradual, peaceful transition to a multi-polar world by making peace with Iran and refraining from excessive aggression towards Russia and China.”

“Or,” he added, “Will they give the nod to the neocons, who will then set off a huge 9/11-style false flag attack to launch the next round of bloody imperial conquest?”
 

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