The United States merely aids other countries out of self-interest and preservation
Recently, I heard an interesting statement from a political analyst. The United States merely aids other countries out of selfishness and preservation of their state. Okay, so, let me stop right here. The United States is by far, a great nation and perhaps the greatest single nation ever created in all the human endeavor.
However, we also live in a state of selfishness and preservation of our own state. The United States is a giant among nations; it is bigger than all of them combined. The United States is a shining star in the world. The world needs the United States more than any other nation. The United States is a shining city on the hill and it needs to keep that attitude.
Still, this is a problem. The United States is simply aiding and pulls along other nations. How? Well, let me give you a perfect example. The United States of America is using the UN to manipulate the oil price. The United States desires to have an oil price that it controls and the rest of the nations wish to have an oil price that is just below the price that the United States has set.
In order for the United States to achieve this, they simply aids and pulls along various nations. First it was Iraq and its attempt to sell oil on the market at artificially low prices. Then it was Iran and its effort to develop nuclear weapons. Then it was Venezuela’s weak economy and desperate need for money. The list goes on.
It is completely ludicrous indeed that the United States of America thinks it is doing the right thing when it comes to unbalanced relationships with other nations. Apparently the United States wishes to pull the world into disarray in order to achieve unbalance. The world is turning into a unipolar world and the United States is trying to be the unipolar leader. Is this something good for the world? No, it is very bad. Many world leaders do not see this coming and fear the downfall of the world as a result.
In fact many of these nations are fighting against the United States because they fear that it is going to be too difficult for the United States to keep its friends, especially the oil-rich nations onside. Iran is a major nation supporting international terrorism and is a nation concerned with nothing but oil. Some think that Hugo Chavez of Venezuela might follow suit and starts talking to the United States instead of using its voice to talk against the United States. This is quite unfortunate indeed.
The United States of America needs to stop being such a sore thumb on the world stage and realize that it must play nice if it wants to keep the oil flowing. The United States must stop acting as the bully in the game and turn into the good cop/bad cop. That means working closely with the bad guys but not directly without getting the job done. The world needs to know that the United States is working to keep the oil flow coming and it is not working hard to upset the balance. Something must be done to fix this trend or the United States will be nothing more than a nuisance on the world stage.
Apparently the United States is too quick to criticize others when they do not do everything they should to maintain the integrity of the game. But, we must also realize that the United States is doing exactly what it says, which is working to keep the peace and stabilize the world. The United States is playing a very important part in keeping the peace so it behooves all nations to work together and not compete with one another. Please consider all this in 2021.