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At the Speir Social Entertainment Platform, our mission is to foster positive change on a global scale through our humanitarian United Citizens Underground Movement approach. As a nonpartisan, organization, we are dedicated to advancing and safeguarding fundamental human rights, cultivating peace, ensuring access to essential resources such as food, water, electricity, and medications, and extending these efforts especially to closed societies.

Our commitment aligns with the principles of the BRICS world economy concept, advocating for financial freedom for all individuals worldwide. We firmly believe in the transformative potential of The New Development Bank (NDB), originally known as the BRICS Development Bank, a multilateral development institution established by the BRICS states. In accordance with the NDB Agreement, which underscores the bank's purpose to provide support to public and private projects through diverse financial instruments such as loans, guarantees, equity participation, and more, we recognize the NDB's capacity to catalyze economic growth and sustainable development.

By leveraging the resources of the NDB and collaborating with global partners, we endeavor to empower citizens across the globe to pursue their financial aspirations and dreams. Through our initiatives and programs, we aim to bridge gaps, alleviate inequalities, and uplift underserved communities. We envision a world where every individual has the means to access fundamental necessities, engage in fruitful economic activities, and contribute to the betterment of society as a whole.

With an unwavering focus on closed societies, where challenges to human rights and access to basic amenities are often intensified, Speir strives to serve as a beacon of hope and progress. We are resolute in our dedication to breaking down barriers, fostering dialogue, and facilitating cooperation among nations to create a harmonious and equitable global community.

As we pursue our mission, we remain steadfast in our commitment to the values upheld by the United Citizens Underground Movement and the principles of humanitarianism. Through innovation, collaboration, and the strategic utilization of financial resources, we aspire to build a world where every individual's potential can flourish, where unity prevails, and where the essentials for a dignified life are within reach for all.

Robert Christian Sussman, also known as DJ Speir, is the founder of ‍Speir TV and InterQ, the groundbreaking social entertainment and advocacy platform that provides inclusive, LGBTQ+ content to audiences around the world. Born on September 17, 1960, in Piqua, Ohio, Robert has been an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and HIV/AIDS awareness for over three decades and has supported Until.Org all the way. Robert has also been diagnosed with dementia, a condition that can be related to HIV infection or to aging. Despite this diagnosis, Robert has remained determined and is still able to live on his own and work on developing the InterQ Platform with the help of artificial intelligence to assist in his daily work and life, he will kick ass to the end lol.

Despite these challenges, Robert has continued to fight for the rights of the LGBTQ+ community and to build the vision for InterQ. He has been a trailblazer in the entertainment industry, using his platform to promote positive representations of LGBTQ+ individuals and to bring attention to important issues affecting the community.

Robert's legacy as DJ Speir and as a tireless advocate for the LGBTQ+ community will continue to inspire future generations.

Speir aka Robert Sussman Board Member and C-level executive and visionary at creating concepts including nightclubs, restaurants, and technology experiences, that have proven to entertain millions of people around the world.

With over thirty years of experience in the entertainment industry including nightclubs, restaurants, events, radio, and TV production. Robert started designing sound, video, and lighting systems for nightclubs in 1985.

Robert has mastered the cloud-based technology sector to build a world-class infrastructure that supports all Speir websites and live streaming capabilities, "Sometimes you just have to dig in and personally learn how things work by building them yourself first" Robert Sussman.

Robert has been a DJ for some of the hottest clubs in the United States, and at the age of fifty-seven is currently ranked at #365 (2018) for the people's choice and has ranked in the top 100 Dubstep (2017) and 300 Progressive House (2017) DJS in the world on The DJ List. In 2008 Robert started building his first music streaming website HouseDanceClub.com featuring his audio mixes. Robert started mixing music video in the early eighties at Sylvia's on Cedar in downtown St. Paul Minnesota and is still mixing videos today. With the launch of Netflix's movie streaming service, he saw the opportunity to take his video mixes to the global market.

The first video streaming site www.Speir.TV was launched in 2011 and by 2013 Speir.TV was streaming live video mixes to people all over the world. Robert has built a social media following of over one million fans and has leveraged his social media following to drive visitors to the Speir branded websites.

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July 20—“The Bronx is burning”—remember that phrase from the 1970s? The Bronx is burning once again, but this time, the smoke is coming from the behind of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).The horrific butchery of tens of thousands of Palestinian women and children in Gaza in the last several months shocked the world and the United States, so much, that students, young people, and even strong supporters of Israel, including Israeli citizens, have called for the war to stop, and for American funding of Israel to stop, until the war stops. In response, according to Amy Goodman of Democracy Now!, “The pro-Israel lobby group reportedly plans to spend as much as $25 million to defeat (Jamaal) Bowman (D-NY 16th CD), who was one of the first lawmakers to call for a permanent ceasefire after October 7th.”If AIPAC is prepared to spend $25 million in only one Congressional district, the 16th CD, which neighbors my district, what is it prepared to spend nationally? And before you assume this is only against “progressive Democrats,” consider what they just tried—but failed—to do against Kentucky Republican conservative Congressman Thomas Massie.Massie stated: “I’m not against Israel. I’ve never voted to sanction Israel. I’ve never said anything particularly, you know, critical of Israel, other than that, for instance, right now … they’ve killed 1% of the civilian population in Gaza…. I vote my conscience, which they won’t tolerate.”Massie just beat AIPAC’s attempt to prevent him from returning to Congress by throwing a wall of money up against him. AIPAC is an equal-opportunity manipulator of elections. But what will happen in the Bronx? Is the Bronx, is New York City, is the nation, being sold on the auction block of the military-monetary complex, because war is the only industry that the bloodthirsty policies of the uni-party will allow to grow and flourish?Did you know that the House of Representatives just passed a version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that includes a provision that, if passed by the Senate, will automatically enroll all males from the ages of 18 to 26 for military service? While discussed as “simply a routine streamlining measure,” the other, unspoken effect would be removing young men’s choice to engage in civil disobedience, according to Reason.com.And moves of the same nature are now happening in France, Great Britain and other nations, as Ukraine runs out of soldiers, and a new war is planned with Iran, with China, and who knows where else? Instead of war, the world needs a new security and development architecture, an Oasis Plan for Gaza, and its appropriate equivalent for the Bronx, what I call the Space Civilian Construction Corps (SCCC).I, Jose Vega, suggest to you that AIPAC is not only doing this for Israel. How many tens of millions, how many hundreds of millions are being spent by AIPAC and other lobbies to promote the cause of war, to turn a blind eye to present and future campaigns of genocide, or if you prefer, deliberate, intentional mass murder of children, and women of child-bearing age for depopulation purposes, as opposed to any military objectives whatsoever?As an independent Congressional candidate for the Bronx (NY-15), I am directly opposed to the idea that certain financial forces believe they can simply buy a Congressional district. My opponent, Ritchie Torres, represents such a bought district right now. Is AIPAC doing its “Congress shopping” with the approval of the people in Bowman’s district? How many of them know that their vote doesn’t actually matter in the face of “big money” lobbyists acting for foreign interests?Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe voters, or non-voters, like you are actually okay with having your Congressional district purchased by the same people that take your money to fight mass-murderous wars, and that, soon, will take your sons—and probably daughters—to fight. Is that what you support?Are you for sale to AIPAC, or to some other would-be political slave-owner? I’m not. Let’s not be political prostitutes. Let’s not be for sale. Let’s be independent. Let’s be un-bought, and un-bossed, like Brooklyn’s late Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm.Let’s form a Committee for an Un-Bought and Un-Bossed Bronx. Reject AIPAC, and Reject War! 
June 20—Newsweek  June 18  presented Russia’s peace proposal, as explained by Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonov. It began with quoting Antonov as stating: “There is a path to peace, even if it is thorny.”Asked about Ukraine’s “peace” conference in Bürgenstock, Switzerland, Antonov replied that “the goal of such an advertising campaign is not to stop, but to prolong the bloody ‘project’ that the West has been implementing for more than 10 years.” The Bürgenstock show was “purely opportunistic: to create an illusion of widespread support for the ‘peace formula’ in various capitals, but in reality, to hush up any doubts about the legitimacy of the Kiev regime, which has already been bankrupt for a long time, both politically and economically. This fact was, actually, confirmed by the Swiss organizers, who at the end of the event could only state differences in views on the situation in the East of Europe. While the key thesis was conveyed by representatives of developing nations, those few who had been persuaded to participate and came to the Alpine resort asked directly into the microphone: ‘What was the point of inviting us to a hall where Russia is not present?’”Newsweek reported Antonov’s contention that Russia’s military operation was not unprovoked, citing his argument that the West had pushed for a war “by pursuing the eastward expansion of the NATO military alliance and supporting the popular protests that overthrew Ukraine’s government in favor of a pro-West administration in 2014.” That has caused the eight years of conflict.Antonov turned to Putin’s peace proposal: “Direct statements by President Vladimir Putin on the possibility to end hostilities as quickly as possible under clear and well-calibrated conditions contrast sharply with the Western capitals’ idle talk and failed conferences.” Moscow’s “proposals include withdrawal of the Ukrainian Armed Forces from four regions of Russia; confirmation of the status of Crimea, Sevastopol, [Donetsk People’s Republic] D.P.R., [Lugansk People’s Republic] L.P.R., Kherson, and Zaporozhye regions as subjects of the Russian Federation; Kiev’s refusal to join NATO; Ukraine’s status as a neutral, nonaligned, and nuclear-free state; its demilitarization and denazification; lifting of Western sanctions; ensuring the rights, freedoms and interests of Russian-speaking citizens of the republic. Conversation on the above-mentioned issues should be conducted without ‘imperial’ dictates and orders from the White House. It is high time the United States recognized the futility of constant pursuit to enforce its will on all countries. Realize that it will no longer be possible to deter the growing shift towards multipolarity.”Antonov also dismissed Western warnings that Russia is seeking to expand into Eastern Europe. He stated: "The notorious ‘Russian threat’ and undisguised crazy ‘scary stories’ about our alleged readiness to attack NATO if Russia is not stopped in Ukraine are nothing but an embodiment of the United States’ intentions to keep a tight rein on its satellites, primarily in Europe. The aim is to finally turn the continent into the U.S. ‘backyard’, which is not entitled to its own opinions nor its own history. Here in D.C., they apparently prefer not to notice that by pursuing such policy the Administration is undermining ‘American leadership.’…“Russia pursues dialogue and peace, the parameters of which should not be discussed in a hurry, just for the sake of it, as well as pretty propaganda photos. We remain ready for a serious, thoughtful conversation. We don’t set any deadlines.” Newsweek said: “Such a conversation, Antonov argued, would also involve a broader discussion regarding the regional security architecture, one in which Russian and U.S. officials have long accused one another of promoting aggressive agendas.”Then the magazine quoted Antonov again: “We invite all interested capitals to begin large-scale work to build truly equal and indivisible security in Eurasia, based on mutual respect for one and all. The new system could become the foundation of a new architecture reflecting transition to multipolarity. There will be no place for aggressive political and economic dominance of individual nations, as well as fragmentation into separate blocs. This is the only way to prevent the outbreak of major international conflicts.”However, if the West ignores Russia’s call for such a discussion, Antonov went on to warn: “If in response we continue to hear only Russophobic barking and calls to use more Western weapons and economic sanctions against us, global risks will only increase. I am sure this is not in the best interests of the citizens of the United States.” 
June 20—The following is a statement released by the Sare for Senate campaign of independent candidate Dinae Sare.The residents of New York State’s Congressional District 16 (NY-16) can deliver a “shot heard ’round the world” by preventing AIPAC and Hillary Clinton from purchasing the Congressional seat currently held by Jamaal Bowman for $25 million and giving it to genocide-apologist George Latimer.Congressman Bowman was one of the first representatives to call for a ceasefire after Israel’s disproportionate and genocidal “response” to the Hamas terror attack of October 7. Shortly thereafter, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) began searching for a genocide apologist, willing to take their money to unseat Bowman. George Latimer answered the call.Now, over 40,000 Palestinians have been killed, hospitals destroyed, churches, mosques, and schools leveled, and food, water and electricity have been cut off to the nearly 2 million people struggling to survive in Gaza. This is not a secret, but is known to the entire world, and was the subject of hearings held already five months ago at the International Court of Justice, where it was determined that Israel appears to be committing genocide against the Palestinian people.The issue in this race is whether the voters of NY-16 are going to defend the identity of the United States of America as our founders intended it by defending our electoral process, free from monied private interests, or whether we have become a rotting fascist empire, collapsing from within of our own murderous degeneracy and a perverse desire to witness children being slaughtered in large numbers, a mentality which Latimer-supporter Hillary Clinton demonstrated when she chortled over the rape and murder of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi.As LaRouche candidates for federal office, Jose Vega and I are counting on the voters of New York’s 16th Congressional District to stand firm as American citizens, free from foreign meddling in our electoral process as AIPAC is attempting supposedly on behalf of Israel, but actually on behalf of a bankrupt imperial order, which is not benefiting anyone.Hold the line against foreign influence in our elections! Don’t sell your vote to AIPAC’s George Latimer! The political elites presume that “everyone has their price.” Remind them that Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery on January 1, 1863. Stop George Latimer now!“The nation which indulges towards another a habitual hatred or a habitual fondness is in some degree a slave. It is a slave to its animosity or to its affection, either of which is sufficient to lead it astray from its duty and its interest.”— George Washington, Farewell Address
June 16—The international Schiller Institute’s two-day conference, “The World on the Brink: For a New Peace of Westphalia!” got underway June 15 at a time of extreme crisis, and served as a platform for not only review of the nature of the causes of the emergency, but for statements of principles for solutions. The two-day event is organized into four panels, with 23 speakers from 11 countries, and with participation in the question-and-answer sessions from many nations around the world. The full program is posted on the Schiller Institute site, along with the archived video of the entire event. (The transcript of the opening speeches of Panel 1 is available in Documentation.)The opening point raised in the conference invitation was addressed head-on in the first panel: “The collective West’s attempt to assert the global dominance of the neoliberal system after the end of the Cold War has been a resounding failure.” Many different aspects of this were discussed, in particular, the incompetence of Western leaders, their lack of diplomacy, and the fact that last week’s elections for European Parliament was a resounding rejection of the current leading office-holders throughout the EU. The title of Panel I was “Europe after the European Elections.”‘Why Are We on the Verge of World War III?’Schiller Institute founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche, who gave the keynote address June 15, spoke gravely of the present danger, asking, “Why are we on the verge of World War III?” She cited glaring evidence of that, from the recent Ukraine-based strikes on two of the Russian 10 nuclear early warning facilities, and other stark events. But in fact, she stressed, “We are at an end of an epoch,” referring to the end of colonialism and neo-colonialism, a brake on humanity since 1500, and we should be moving ahead. We need a new system, and the good news—blacked out by the Western media—is that, “a new world system is in the process of being built.” She referred to past fundamental, positive shifts promoted by great figures, Germany’s Gottfried Leibniz (1646-1716) and Friedrich List (1789-1846), and China’s Cai Yuanpei (1868-1940). Zepp-LaRouche concluded her keynote remarks, saying, “Let us join the Global Majority.”The other panelists, from the United States, Germany, France, Switzerland, Belarus, and Russia, all concurred on the urgency to act on today’s crises, and had differing points of information and emphasis. Former U.S. Ambassador Chas Freeman, a U.S.-China scholar, led off his remarks simply, “Someone must speak out for peace.”Two spokespersons from Belarus added to what voices for peace have been saying for years from Eurasia. Dr. Olga Lazorkina, Chairwoman of the Foreign Policy Department of the Belarusian Institute of Strategic Research (BISR), spoke of nations “finding common ground,” since we live on one planet. There are as of 2023, some 183 regional conflicts in the world, she said. We must act on alternatives. On the vast Eurasian continent, there are “alternative mechanisms for global economic” development, active regionally, such as the Eurasian Economic Union, which builds upon “friendship and continuity.” Her Belarusian colleague in, Vitaly Romanovsky, Chief Adviser of the Foreign Policy Department of BISR, specifically reviewed the role of Belarus in the peace efforts in recent years over Ukraine.The four speakers on Panel 1 with military backgrounds and associations were very hard-hitting. Col. Alain Corvez (ret.) of France, former adviser to the French Ministry of the Interior, cited Nietzsche to make his point that leading figures in the West are demented. They are in the domain of nihilism, capable of no rational thought. The U.S. is a hegemon failing to recognize that it has lost dominance, so looking for diplomatic relations from them is what makes it so dangerous. Corvez concurred with the conference theme on mobilizing at large for a Peace of Westphalia approach. His compatriot from France, Caroline Galactéros, a political scientist, and colonel in the reserves, called for France to “de-align” from the U.S. and its war-making, and join forces with those promoting stabilization and security. We should “save whatever remains of Ukraine.”From Switzerland, Lt. Col. Robert Bosshard (ret.) gave military details on how “we are in a global stalemate” when it comes to entrenched, terrible situations, as in Ukraine and Gaza. This can and must be shifted.From Germany, Rainer Rupp, military-intelligence expert, who worked directly in NATO from 1977 to 1993, in relation to their periodic simulated nuclear drills called “Wintex” (Winter Exercises), made very clear the mindset he saw firsthand, of U.S., British and other NATO leaders giving no regard at all to the mass casualties at stake within the Europe they claimed to be protecting.‘A Mock Peace of Westphalia II?’The prospect of a positive outcome to today’s crisis was a theme picked up by the speaker from Russia, Georgy Toloraya, Director, Center for Asian Strategy, Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He gave a brief report on the major speech made June 14 by Russian President Vladimir Putin to top Foreign Ministry leaders, on proposals for Eurasian and global security. This involves the “Global South” and “Global East,” and new configurations in motion such as the BRICS. This past week the BRICS foreign ministers of the original five nations and the four new member nations—Egypt, Iran, Ethiopia, U.A.E., and Saudi Arabia—met together for the first time in Nizhny Novgorod, looking toward what may be “a new stage of action” to benefit the whole world.Zepp-LaRouche recommended during the panel discussion period that we seek out different settings and institutions in which to discuss prospects and principles for ending the crisis. What about at think tanks from all five continents? Or on the level of universities? There is an extreme lack of dialogue, and the NATO narrative is designed to be stifling, blocking any thought and action.She put this on an individual level. Each person should have a vision for himself or herself of what the world should be, and what each one of us can do for that, and make of our lives. “War is an outcome of a deep cultural crisis” in the West. Zepp-LaRouche sees the present period of three to six months as the most dangerous time in history. We need to create a process of dialogue where the best of humanity everywhere is inspired and enlisted to act. The Schiller Institute, and the International Peace Process are dedicated to that.The Global MajorityPanel II, titled, “The Development Aspirations of the Global Majority” featured six speakers, who represented South America, Europe, and Palestine in Southwest Asia. The stage was set by a video excerpt from Lyndon LaRouche speaking 20 years ago at a conference in Germany, May 4, 2001, addressing economic development, in which he focused on, “looking at the possibility of what we can do in Eurasia, and at the needs of Africa.” He presented the idea of development corridors “from the Atlantic to the Pacific,” radiating in all directions, years before the September 13, 2013 launch by Chinese President Xi Jinping of the Belt and Road Initiative.The first panel as well, led off with a video from LaRouche in Virginia on February 20, 2005, warning that there must be a new world economic and security framework organized. He spoke of “the decline and fall of U.S. leadership” 1971 to 2005, citing George Shultz, Paul Volcker, Zbigniew Brzezinski and others.On Panel II from South America, former President of Guyana Donald Ramotar gave both a picture of the economic exploitation, for decades, of his and other nations. Look just at food in the Caribbean. Nations there must spend $4 billion a year on food imports. This all must change, and the rise of the BRICS nations is critical to that. Henry Baldelomar, Professor of International Affairs at Nur University, in Santa Cruz, Bolivia said, “We are now at a crossroads of development for a new order.” The old ECLAC model (UN Economic Commission for Latin America) is too limited for the challenges of real development. Baldelomar spoke of such projects as the new bi-oceanic rail corridor, connecting the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.In counterpoint to the perspective of growth, reports from Europe presented the picture of needless economic and social breakdown, resulting from destructive policies. Folker Hellmeyer, Chief Economist at Netfonds AG in Germany, in a pre-taped interview by Zepp-LaRouche, titled, “Quo Vadis, Germany?” spoke of such fundamental problems as the lack of energy, and its unaffordability. The harm to imports and exports from sanctions, and much more. Hungarian expert Prof. Dr. Laszlo Ungvari, President (emeritus) of the Wildau University of Technology, spoke of how disappointed he is in Europe, with its degraded politicians in power, and lost young people.Italian economist and China expert Michele Geraci, former Undersecretary of State, Italian Ministry of Economic Development, elaborated on what “win-win” relations among nations would mean for their mutual economic development. He said, “Your prosperity and my prosperity are integral to each other.”From Copenhagen, Palestine Ambassador to Denmark Prof. Dr. Manuel Hassassian began his presentation on the need for Palestinian statehood, by laying out the “LaRouche concept” of development in the Oasis Plan. With a perspective of water, power and all other infrastructure to be made available, there is a basis for the future.The reports and dialogue on this panel were a concrete expression of creative reaction to problems, which came about as if in response to the music which opened the panel. A video was shown of American bass-baritone William Warfield (1920-2002), singing “Die Beiden Grenadiere,” whose text is by Heinrich Heine, and musical setting by Robert Schumann. Instead of the pitiable scene of soldiers dragging themselves home from the Napoleonic wars, going to their graves, seeking some remembrance, we are now called to throw off the imperialism and warfare, and make a world of life and hope.There are two Panels Sunday, June 16: Panel III is titled, “The Implications of the Scientific Revolution Underway.” Panel IV: The Richness of the Cultures of Humanity and the Coming Golden Renaissance."
The World on the Brink: For a New Peace of Westphalia!Register TodayPanel I: Europe after the European Elections (14:00-17:00 CET; 8 am ET)Moderator, Dennis SpeedHelga Zepp-LaRouche, Schiller Institute founder (Germany)Chas Freeman, U.S.-China scholar, and diplomat (ret.) U.S. Foreign Service (United States)Dr. Olga Lazorkina, Head Foreign Policy Department of Belarusian Institute of Strategic Research (BISR), (Belarus)Prof. Georgy Toloraya, Director, Center for Asian Strategy, Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of SciencesCaroline Galactéros, political scientist (France)Lt. Col. (ret.) Ralph Bosshard, Swiss Armed Forces; consultant, military-strategic affairs (Switzerland)Volker Tschapke, founder and honorary president of the Prussian Society Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. (Germany)Col. (ret.) Alain Corvez, consultant in international affairs, former advisor to the French Ministry of the Interior (France) Register TodayPanel II: The Development Aspirations of the Global Majority (18.00-21.00 CET; 12 pm ET)Moderator, Dennis SpeedJacques Cheminade, President, Solidarité et Progrès, former French Presidential candidate (France)H.E. Donald Ramotar, former President of Guyana (Guyana)Michele Geraci, former Undersecretary of State, Italian Ministry of Economic Development (Italy)Folker Hellmeyer, Chief Economist of Netfonds AG (Germany)H.E. Ambassador Prof. Dr. Manuel Hassassian, Ambassador of the Palestinian Authority to Denmark (Palestine)Prof. Dr. László Ungvári, President (emeritus) of the Wildau University of Technology (Hungary)Three representatives of the Global South, to be announced SUNDAY, June 16Panel III: The Implications of the Scientific Revolution Underway (14:00-17:00 CET; 8 am ET)Moderator, Claudio CelaniFrancois Mellet, industrial engineer, Director of Operations at Stratek Global (South Africa)Prof. Sergey Pulinets, Principal Research Scientist, Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)Prof. Gennady Aksenov, S.I. Vavilov Institute for the History of Science and Technology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Department of the History of Earth Sciences (Russia) Panel IV: The Richness of the Cultures of Humanity and the Coming Golden Renaissance (18.00-21.00 CET; 12 pm ET)Moderator, Megan Dobrodt Jacques Cheminade, President, Solidarité et Progrès, former French Presidential Candidate;  “The Culture of Peace” (France) Harley Schlanger, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Schiller Institute-United States; “How Public Opinion Is Manipulated” (Germany)Sophie Tanapura, Maestra soprano, Founder of Metropolitan Opera of Bangkok (Thailand)Karel Vereycken, painter-engraver, art historian, Schiller Institute-France; “Cooperation for the World’s Cultural Heritage: an Important Key for World Peace” (France)Register Today
June 15—In a speech yesterday before the senior figures of Russia’s Foreign Ministry, comprising Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and others of the ministry’s top leadership, President Vladimir Putin delivered a thoroughly composed, powerful review of global and regional affairs, focusing primarily on the historical background and “arrogant and reckless” role played by the West—the U.S. in particular—which led to Russia launching its special military operation (SMO) in Ukraine in February 2022.The conclusion of his speech details his peace proposal for ending the war and restoring relations between Russia and Ukraine and eventually Europe, but he warns that the “self-centeredness and arrogance of Western countries have led us to a highly perilous situation today. We are inching dangerously close to a point of no return.” The “extreme recklessness” of Western leaders who call for a “strategic defeat of Russia” and its dismemberment, “either fail to comprehend the magnitude of the threat they are creating or are simply consumed by their notion of invincibility and exceptionalism. Both scenarios can result in tragedy.”Putin comprehensively discussed a range of international issues—the need for a new global and Eurasian security architecture, how Europe has destroyed itself through its “critical and increasing dependence on the United States,” and the “tragic” results stemming from “NATO diplomacy” being imposed on nations. The U.S. insistence on its imperial status and dominance is “exhausting the country, leading to its degradation, clearly contrary to the genuine interests of the American people.” It is this “dead-end policy, driven by aggressive messianism based on the belief in their own superiority and exceptionalism,” that has kept international relations in a constant state of instability. It didn’t have to be that way, the Russian President emphasized.The emergence of the multipolar and multilateral world order and institutions such as the BRICS and Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) give cause for hope, Putin said. These “system-wide changes certainly inspire optimism and hope, because the establishment of multipolarity and multilateralism in international affairs … make it possible to resolve the most complex problems together for the common benefit and to build mutually beneficial relations and cooperation between sovereign states for the sake of wellbeing and security of peoples.” 

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At the Speir Social Entertainment Platform, our mission is to foster positive change on a global scale through our humanitarian United Citizens Underg…