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24 June 2024, 10:31

Jarosiewicz: USA pushes its partners to accept unfavorable cooperation terms

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MINSK, 24 June (BelTA) –  The United States of America is pushing its partners to accept unfavorable cooperation terms,   Mateusz Jarosiewicz, a Polish publicist, journalist, public figure, expert in international relations and internal affairs of Poland, the author of "Letter to President Lukashenko from the concentration camp Polin [Poland]", said in an interview with Tomasz Szmydt in the V Teme [On Point] project on BelTA’s YouTube channel.

“Let's put it straight, Europe and the United States earned their wealth not through hard work, but through the sale of slaves and slave labor. In addition to that, their wealth came from stealing raw materials from all over the world. Had the United States not stolen oil and not destroyed states that had this oil and other resources, there would have been huge competition in the world, different economies, different systems, innovations,” Mateusz Jarosiewicz said.
What we have today is American monopoly in the world, the journalist continued. “When a country, let's say Libya, starts walking away from the sway of the International Monetary Fund and does not want to let American concerns in, does not want to give away its raw materials, when such a country begins to move forward and can become a threat, it is simply destroyed. Either by war, or by drugs, or crime, and more recently, by immigration or simply an attack on the national currency,” he stated.

Mateusz Jarosiewicz believes that what is happening in the BRICS countries is now very important. “Countries such as Russia, China, Brazil, as well as the Middle East and Africa are beginning to use their own currencies in international payments,” he added.

At the same time, the cooperation that the United States offers to its partners is not beneficial for these partners, Mateusz Jarosiewicz noted.
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