by Benjamin Fulford, Benjamin Fulford:
Now that a peace deal has been reached in principle in the Korean Peninsula, the U.S. military, which just took over presidency of the G20, is going to push for a real Middle East peace deal, Pentagon sources say. Peace is also breaking out in other trouble spots like the Ukraine and the India/Pakistan border. All this is happening as the U.S. and China call a truce in their trade war and start negotiations to form what is, as the Chinese government puts it, “a new model for global cooperation.”
The dialogue must be conducted on the basis of equality and mutual respect. Legitimate concerns of both sides must be addressed,” is how the official Chinese Xinhua news site described the situation.
The negotiations will include discussions on setting up a future planning agency to work in harmony with the multitrillion-dollar Chinese Belt and Road Initiative, say sources in the British royal family.
The other big event last week was the deal reached between the British and the Russians over how a post-EU Europe would be run, British and Russian sources agree. This deal was reflected by the official return of Russia to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE). This group of 47 democracies is older and bigger than the 28-nation EU and includes major players like Turkey and Russia.
Also, since Russia was kicked out for annexing the Crimean Peninsula, this means a de facto recognition of the split-up of the Ukraine.
The fact that German Chancellor Angela Merkel was seen shaking mysteriously twice in public makes us wonder if she was not hit with some sort of electromagnetic weapon in order to force her to give up on the German-dominated EU.