In the United States, the rejection of the dollar was considered a devastating blow to Russia

Russia and China have dealt another devastating blow to the United States. This was stated by American journalist Clayton Morris. The publicist explained that he meant global de-dollarization.

According to Clayton Morris, the number of states that abandon the dollar is growing every day. In particular, Laos, Pakistan, Argentina and Brazil have already announced their respective intentions when conducting transactions.

The journalist notes the systematic work carried out in this direction by the BRICS member countries.

However, the Western media practically do not cover the actions of the BRICS in this area.

Clayton Morris notes.

At the same time, the American journalist concludes that the United States is to blame for the current situation. The fact is that due to the recurring problems with government debt and trade deficits, the dollar turned out to be less attractive than alternative currencies.

According to the journalist, the US borrowing money from China and then spending it on the needs of the military-industrial complex is a brilliant money laundering scheme.

Clayton Morris also spoke about the sanctions of the West against the fuel and energy complex of the Russian Federation. According to him, the refusal of Russian fuel caused damage only to the West.

Russia as a gas supplier has almost completely replaced European importers with other countries

– emphasized the American journalist.
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  2. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
    Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 30 May 2023 17: 45
    1. The economies of the Brix countries are dominated by their relations with the United States over relations with each other.
    2. Settlements within Brikas are carried out at the rate of national banknotes to the US banknote, and as long as this takes place, no US de-dollarization threatens
    3. The main threat to the dollar is not external, but internal - in fact, unsecured public debt exceeding GDP, and budget cuts threaten US dominance and the global economic crisis