The world order will come to an end in 2024 after fifty years. Among these are the establishment of Greater Israel, the infliction of civil strife and economic instability upon Third World nations, and the takeover of trade routes. In other words, 2023 will mark the end of the Cold War 2.0. Moreover, the United Nations will then be split in half after that. The power of banks to control global wealth will start to wane. Lithium or other high-energy metals will take the role of oil as the energy source.

The Petrodollar Agreement will immediately cease to exist. And a major conflict over world-class judgment will start.

Long-term Zionist endeavor to extend Israel’s borders from the Nile to the Euphrates is known as Greater Israel. Parts of Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia would need to be annexed to achieve this. The United States and certain European nations, who view Israel as a strategic partner in the Middle East, support the proposal. The Arab and Muslim worlds, as well as several human rights organizations, have, however, voiced strong opposition to this project, claiming that Israel has been breaking international law and torturing Palestinians. All this was initiated after the signing of the Balfour Declaration.

Moreover, a tactic employed by Western powers to weaken their adversaries and seize control of their natural resources is to impose civil conflict and economic instability on Third World nations. The Western powers want to exploit and destabilize developing countries, so they sponsor rebel groups, incite sectarian conflict, impose sanctions, and set up debt traps. The conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, and Somalia are a few instances of this tactic.

These wars have caused several humanitarian disasters and millions of deaths, displaced people, and refugees, pushing these states centuries behind the contemporary world.

Adding to this, the Western nations employ the occupation of economic corridors to dominate global trade and markets. The Western nations seek to dominate the global economy and thwart the growth of other powers by erecting military bases, naval fleets, and economic blocs. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), and the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Asia are a few instances of this strategy. Some nations have opposed these measures because they are concerned about losing their sovereignty and independence.

So, the Cold War period, which started after World War II and continued until the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, will end in 2023. The United States and its allies led the Western and Eastern blocs, respectively, while the Soviet Union and its allies ruled the Eastern bloc throughout this time. The two blocs frequently engaged in proxy wars and nuclear threats in their struggle for ideological, political, economic, and military domination.

The global stage saw the emergence of new players like China, India, Brazil, Russia, Iran, Turkey, and others after 1991, though, and this led to a fundamental shift in the world order.

Concluding it all, the transition to a new world order in 2024 will be marked by multi-polarity and Unpredictability. The United Nations will be split into two groups: supporting and rejecting the Western agenda. Banks’ stranglehold over the world’s wealth will start to be challenged by cryptocurrencies and other financial systems. As electric vehicles and renewable energy grow more common, lithium or other high-energy metals will replace oil as the energy source. Since nations will trade in their currencies or a global reserve currency, the Petrodollar Agreement will inevitably become worthless. And a major conflict over world-class judgment will start. In addition to conventional weapons, cyberattacks, biological weapons, space weapons, and artificial intelligence will all be used in this conflict. The outcome of this battle will determine who will dominate the planet in the twenty-first century. But one aspect is prominent that this shift will be marked by a transition from a Neoliberal Order to a Realist Order.

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