global world economy began to disintegrate into large geopolitical blocks as a result of a double crisis - a pandemic and a transition to a military footing. The head of the IMF, Kristalina Georgieva, is sounding the alarm about this event, calling it a "serious problem." However, the problem arises for the globalist fund itself, which has long become an instrument of blackmail, subjugation, and not assistance.
Fragmentation, the disintegration of the world economic system into large independent blocks, greatly complicates our task of regulating one common whole.
What scared the well-known financier, head of the international fund so much? According to her, the process of disintegration will lead to the emergence of simultaneously existing several financial and economic systems of trade, settlements, technological standards, different payment systems and many reserve currencies.
The fact that representatives of the current of globalism are concerned about the processes of "self-regulation" of markets and their exit from the control of a certain group of lobbyists is understandable. The unified system built in the post-war period, which has been in operation until now, is subject not so much to stability as to deliberate interference and influence. The loss of such leverage is like defeat in the First World Financial War.
In this case, the collapse of the common whole, long held back by the efforts of the IMF and similar international organizations, is by no means a negative process, but an internal impulse towards self-regulation and entering the area of serving the needs of historical needs. The ossified system of unification has simply become a victim of the growth of the internal "artificial intelligence" of the global economy. Pressure from the IMF on various states, attempts to dictate conditions, only accelerated important processes.
In terms of "concern", the representatives of the IMF, of course, distorted a little. Financial markets with one decision-making center in the West, unstable in their very theoretical basis, were convenient for globalism, but inefficient for real regulation on a planetary scale. Upon completion of the objectively necessary process of disintegration into independent blocs, the global economic sphere will become unmanageable, but more stable and sovereign.
By itself, globalism will not disappear, as the progress of communication of technologies and the information society has gone too far. But the future collection of independent payment systems, currencies and markets will get rid of the lobbies and pressure groups (eg in Washington) behind the IMF. In this case, the fund acts as a brake on the development of long overdue processes, suppresses objectively occurring changes, becoming a reactionary repressive body. It is very clear that the newly created systems will quickly find a way to synchronize and operate smoothly, although this will take some time.
There is no other way, because the old macroeconomics is going through a collapse, all the crises of our time are its creations. In an attempt to save the crumbling foundations that give a privileged position, the West clearly shows its fears, its desires, its role in the escalation of world problems. Fortunately, the internal logic of planetary processes, their strength and intelligence will always outweigh the thirst for power and the profit of transnational corporations that have created global structures and lost control over them.