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Saturday, June 11, 2022


    Quad is NATO in Asia-Pacific just as NATO is most likely Quad either because of the expansion of NATO's goal or is against Russia or an enemy from the east for Europe.

    While Quad is containing China. Contain so that we understand Simplify the meaning of containerizing a country, put in an iron box, in a block so that it cannot develop.

    We take a brief look at history in the 1900s when all regions of the world were in a state of tension preparing for war over territory, border wars over colonies for expansion of colonies.

    So the warring countries are fellow colonialists, as well as the invaders in their respective territories also face the anti-colonial nationalist movement that undermines the invaders from the country itself.

    Frictions between colonial countries, for example, made Britain go to war with France in several parts of Africa. Portugal was at war with Spain in Latin America, essentially many colonial countries, the Netherlands, England, France, Spain, Portugal, and so on, everywhere in many areas fought each other, conflicted, and were ready to go to war.

    Meanwhile, on the European plains, the German block versus the British block also monitors each other to prepare for war. It is only a mirror of history in the early 20th century. The beginning before the first World War which allowed history to repeat itself now in all regions is experiencing tensions both economic and defense and security.

    In the current military discourse, there is the Russian bloc, there are also neutral countries, there are countries that play by being double agents and there are those who are in opposition because they are afraid of America even though they like Russia.

    There are those who are contrary to the Russian block, if in economic discourse there are two major blocks, namely G2 (Govt 2), because only two countries are playing, namely China with the One Belt One Road (OBOR) expansion plan which has bound 70 countries, the second in America, and the western allied bloc by tying through dollars.

    The One Belt One Road (OBOR) is the Economic War Tool, also the dollar is the Economic War Tool, that is, the weapon of economic war. To understand the state, we first look at these two things, were to become a big country, one must be dominated, and one must be conquered.

    The country's foreign strategy is based on conquest, there is a strategy based on the Economic Approach, and the second is conquest with the military Approach.

    First, let's talk about QUAD, now we have been informed that China is carrying out its geopolitical strategy in the countries of the South Pacific, which was carried out simultaneously with the Quad, which arrived in Japan recently.

    China plans to build up its political and military power in cooperation with these South Pacific countries. Just imagine, when tensions in the European region occur, tensions in the Pacific region also increase.

    What China is doing as we know China's approach is an economic approach. China promises to build a territory because it is in the tiny South Pacific island nation on the Chinese side.

Chinese naval military base in Fiery Cross Reef

    China wants the freedom to fish in the area that's a fake strategy China wants to help other countries in Asia-Pacific but actually wants to get a fishing permit for the area, and build a Chinese naval military base.

Chinese naval military base in Fiery Cross Reef

    If we are in natural resource-producing countries, we all know China's strategy. Taking natural resources from another country is bartered with development. African and Asian countries have felt it. In the South Pacific country, the wealth of marine products that are willing to be bartered with debts for infrastructure development and other building needs.

    For this strategy, China has prepared a strategy to control the defense of a country in the south Pacific. Apart from offering development and control over the defense of natural resources and its narrative, China intends to carry out Natural Security Control and narrative to make it appear that China is a good country.

    To do this, Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi, who was sent by President Xi Jinping last week, went on a tour of the Pacific countries with 25 delegates with a document containing the quotation marks "PRE RETURN DEAL" China's strategy to obtain natural resources. The seas of these Pacific countries.

    When he returned to Beijing, Wang Yi got 10 South Pacific countries' agreements with China which would build barter with permission to control China's fishing areas in the Pacific.

    The 10 countries are Solomon Island, Kiribati, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, Cook Island, Papua New Guinea, Niue, and Micronesia. Then the Chinese this was stated as one of China's strategies against the Quad.

    Quad is military cooperation between India, Japan, Australia, and America when they are holding a summit in Japan. China is provoking economic cooperation with these 10 countries.

    We follow the Update Summit Quad first. In yesterday's Quad agreement, Quad decided to launch a satellite-based maritime system that specifically monitors illegal fishing activities carried out by China in the Pacific region to the Indian Ocean.

    To counter the accusation of illegal fishing, China made deals with 10 Pacific countries to make it legal, the contents of China's "PRE RETURN DEAL" agreement with 10 Pacific countries are "Maritime Special Plans" including fishing permits, military training for warships at sea, vocational-technical assistance, development port, the agreement also allows the port to become a Chinese naval military base, even to the point that Mandarin films are provided free of charge in the agreement.

    This cooperation is military cooperation and economic cooperation for five years with the title "ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT" so the question is who will benefit the most?!!

    So China said that of course, the Pacific countries would benefit the most, as China's foreign minister Wang Yi said last week at various media conferences in the Pacific country, adding that words to sweeten the cooperation assistance were "NO POLITICAL STRING ATTACHED" or not. any political ties. This cooperation is purely business but I and all of you military intelligence know very well what China means?



    Before we go on about the possibility of the world collapsing or going bankrupt economically we remind our country of the Sri Lankan model of statehood.

    Sri Lanka is a country that is wrong in managing its country. Sri Lanka is indeed intensively building, but building something that is not productive and even consumptive, such as building an airport that is far from where there is an empty need, building a seaport that is not visited by foreign ships except ships from China even though 100% of commercial ships passing through the Malacca Strait must pass. 

    The Andaman Sea, and the Indian Ocean where Sri Lanka's territory was apparently only passed through, did not dock at the port, did not drop off and exchange cargo or other logistics strategies, the empty airport was built very far from requiring air transportation, namely, it was built in the president's hometown and Sri Lanka's prime minister who is a brother and sister, Rajapaksa's hometown.

    Sri Lanka has a state and policies that only benefit the business of its officials, making regulations to protect the power of the Rajapaksa dynasty, which seems to be for the benefit of the people, but it is not. The state only creates wealth among the regime officials and the families of corrupt officials, which in this case are the oligarchs' families and Rajapaksa's colleagues.

    The facts on the ground are Sri Lanka is now in a severe economic crisis, the country is hit by demonstrations every day, hospitals stop performing surgeries, and electricity goes out in 50% of Sri Lanka. Food reserves are only one month left.

    We are heading to Pakistan now. Pakistan's economy needs 36 billion dollars to be able to sustain the life of the Pakistani people when they asked the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for help to bail out Pakistan's debt, apparently, the IMF refused Pakistan's request.

    What caused the rejection? Pakistan can be said to be a dangerous country. It is very dangerous because there are three major terrorist groups living in Pakistan and the number is very large in Pakistan.

    Pakistan is also a country that has nuclear weapons. Currently, the new Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahbaz Sharif is in Turkiye, his goal for the Survival Of Pakistan's Nation. Pakistan needs cash to pay its obligations of 36 Billion Dollars.

    Pakistan is Desperate but so far nothing has helped him. Did Pakistan become like the Brazilian country of Latin America during the economic crisis in the 80s like Mexico went bankrupt!!! Now Sri Lanka is like a Mexican country in the '80s.

    In the past, Pakistan's foreign exchange reserves were 10 billion dollars, which could only be used for two months by the Pakistan government. The state of Pakistan asked for IMF assistance again and was rejected because the IMF asked Pakistan to change its state financial strategy first, namely, Cut Costs, be more efficient, remove subsidies for fuel oil and electricity for the poor, raise taxes, make private two state banks, the bank became private because during this time as a state-owned bank there was an extraordinary amount of corruption, cutting off support for the terrorist groups Taliban, Isis, and Al-Qaida, of which there were a total of around 40,000 armed terrorist troops in Pakistan, and expelling terrorists from Pakistan.

    Pakistan must no longer be a safe haven for terrorist countries, the solution that Pakistan tried later was to issue debt securities or Surety Bonds, but it turned out that no one was buying them, then Pakistan moved closer to a friendly country, namely China as Pakistan's largest project lender, and was also rejected by China.

    Then docking to Saudi Arabia and to the United Arab Emirates was also rejected. There is only one condition for the friendly countries, that is, if the IMF agrees, they will help. Let's go into detail again, why don't these countries want to help Pakistan? because of the bad habits of the country of Pakistan itself.

    In the last 20 years, Pakistan has carried out Bail Out 22 times and it is indeed difficult to manage the country. For the 23rd occasion, this time all countries have retreated regularly, causing Pakistan to collapse following in Sri Lanka's Way.

    Now we head to Argentina. Inflation that reached 50% in six months due to high imports of oil, gas, and food, then facing the IMF to ask for a loan of 45 billion dollars has not been granted. At the same time, the countries of El Salvador and Peru shared the same fate as Argentina, where inflation was above 30% and these four months were the worst unemployment in the last 10 years.

    We are heading to sub-Saharan Africa now seems to need 70 billion dollars, Gana needs 45 billion dollars for Bail Out, also happening in South African countries.

    We're heading to Turkiye. Inflation that occurred in Turkiye reached 70 percent in the past 12 months. The Turkiye lira fell 30% in the past 12 months. From this data, all world banks predict that after Sri Lanka there will be 12 more bankrupt countries like Sri Lanka in 2022 because they cannot pay their foreign debt obligations to China.

    We convey information at this time that most developing countries have large and heavy loan problems, the national budget of the country is almost exhausted and even minus, all bankrupt countries are forced to cut state budgets to focus on very emergency needs only.

    Then as New Mind Millennial Official? Is there a solution to this world's economic problems? The first way is to stop debt using other countries' currencies, especially using dollars.

    Then strengthen national food security without importing at all, then cut the state budget, especially for projects that do not create a domino effect of national economic growth, no longer take loans from foreign countries, and build without activating the national economic forces that contribute to development.

    For example, if there is a project, 80% of the minimum content is national strength, both from human resources and capital. Projects that rely on foreign funds, foreign workers, as well as foreign currencies, and foreign technology, should no longer be given opportunities to foreign countries because they can make us trapped in debt. Indeed, the economic debt crisis can cause a security crisis, a defense crisis, and a crisis for your country's sovereignty.


Wednesday, June 8, 2022


    In the state, of course, not only political content but also economic, ideological, defense, cultural, social, and security issues. Understanding economics is very important. Historical facts show that Indonesia is four years older than China, Indonesia was founded in 1945, and China was founded in 1949. Indonesia's GDP (Gross Domestic Product) per capita is currently around 4,300 dollars, China's per capita is 15,800 dollars, Singapore became independent in 1965 and was 20 years younger than Indonesia, and GDP per capita is 59,500 dollars.

    Indonesia is far behind. We admit that there is indeed something wrong in managing the potential of the Indonesian state in the current seven presidencies and the direction of the state and the Nation's Interest is not yet a Work Class. But if we are a nation looking for safety, then we will compare it with other weaker countries such as saying Ethiopia is still poor, Myanmar is still poor, India is still under Indonesia, for this it is up to you to look at yourself, feel we are under-performing or feel we are enough as it is now is what is right and what is best for your country.

    Studying geoeconomics, studying the state from the economic side. We go into the passage of time and go back in time, to the 1980s. The heyday of breakdancing, punk music, punk hair, over-the-shoulder suits, Walkmans, cassettes, etc.

    Pop culture and the explosion of new technology occurred in Indonesia and certainly happened all over the world during the 1980s. The joy on the other side is dark. In Latin America, the 80s were a year of disaster, even Latin America called the 80s the Lost Decade.

    Why? because they were facing financial turmoil, and severe financial problems, Debt Typhoon hit the Latin American economy because in the 80s there were two oil price increases, namely Oil Price Shock!! which makes many Latin American countries into trade balance deficits.

    Mexico was the first country to collapse and go bankrupt in 1982, declaring that the country was unable to pay its debts, it turned out to have created a domino effect in various Latin American countries which also had huge national debts, then Brazil declared itself bankrupt, then Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela. , one by one collapsing like Domino's, their country faces a deep recession in debt as high as a mountain, high inflation, unemployment rising dramatically, and a slow-growing economy that doesn't even grow.

    We Fast Forward to the time machine again, to 3 decades later to the present, will history repeat itself? we see countries around the world today, many developing countries are currently struggling to deal with sovereign debt or a crisis facing national debt, one of which is Sri Lanka.

    Sri Lanka's economy has collapsed, debt has piled up, foreign exchange reserves are only one month left to buy products for national needs that Sri Lanka cannot produce, and the worst thing is that Sri Lanka's daily basic needs are 60% relying on imports, this all happened because Sri Lanka mismanagement managed the country's potential, they spend more than their country's income, the State Budget is always minus plus there are other factors that happened to other countries such as Sri Lanka, the effects of the pandemic for two years made the economy slow down around the world, increasing loans from weak countries and the invasion of Russia to Ukraine resulted in increased prices of oil and natural gas and drastically reduced food prices and world food availability.

    What is happening in Sri Lanka right now? Will the mutation bring a domino effect like in the '80s, in 1982, which started with Mexico, what happened this year in Sri Lanka?

    Will it become a mutation and spread throughout the world of this Sri Lanka Way? is Sri Lanka a "Canary in the Coal Mine"? this is an idiom sentence that means "Early Warning" will be a sign of danger. The canaries are birds that often sound at the beginning of the coal mine being explored, which indicates the possible danger of sulfur effects and environmental damage to the coal.

    We go back to the time machine on February 9, 2022, before Russia invaded Ukraine, on February 15, 2022, where the World Bank warned the world that the debts of developing countries were in crisis due to the effects of the pandemic and economic slowdown.

    The World Bank mentions 70 countries that have the potential to become pariah countries, semi-failed countries, namely debt defaults. 70 countries Low Income Country, the total interest expense alone has accumulated almost 1000 billion dollars in 2022, where in 9 days after the announcement, Russia attacked Ukraine which caused oil prices to rise, world distribution networks were disrupted, food prices increased and food availability was limited. all make economic analysis difficult to see the bright side of the economy in 2022.

    In March 2022, the United Nations again announced that 107 countries were affected. One of the three world problems. What are the three world problems, namely the first: rising food prices. The second is the increase in energy prices, and the third is severe domestic economic conditions such as rising inflation, high unemployment, etc.

    Of the 107 troubled countries, they represent 1.7 billion people, aka 20% of the world's population, from 107 countries affected by one of the three problems, there is an interesting one.

    There are 69 countries in it that are facing these three problems at once, namely food problems, energy problems, and financial problems. So, the 69 countries can be like Sri Lanka, namely 25 countries in Africa, 20 countries in the Asia Pacific, and 19 countries in Latin America.

    Economists even predict that only countries in Africa, such as Egypt, will be affected by the three world problems, especially in other countries, Egypt's main food grain has started to disappear from the Egyptian market and its price has risen by 50%.

    The Egyptian government recently said food reserves last only three more months at the Egyptian Food Reserve. Tunisia, the originator of the Arab Spring, owed 100% of its GDP, and seven percent of inflation, which could cause people to take part in demonstrations on the streets because of these economic problems.

    Lebanon in the past two years has increased 11 times regarding the need for these food prices, then the Lebanese Pound has decreased in value to the remaining 10% and the country's debt is 360 percent of GDP. there is another supply, Lebanon is already short of food. The news will continue to be long, and the data will continue to grow but the moral of the story is whether your country will owe China? you who can answer all that friend.


Tuesday, June 7, 2022


    In geopolitical competition in Africa, China is far ahead in Africa at this time, infrastructure development, trade development, and of course mining development for raw materials, all of which have been massively controlled by China. Africa builds without capital it turns out to make Africa stuck with China's huge debt.

    It looks like something is being built and there is little money for African countries, but of course, there is a debt burden that must be paid off. It must also be remembered that it is not only China that gives debt to Africa, there are other countries that are doing the same thing, such as the European Union and America. who invest in Africa, there are more than 6,000 American companies operating in Africa, it was so rude of former American President Donald Trump at that time to say Africa is a place to dump waste.

    For America, Africa is nothing but a battlefield created by the United States, as a training ground for American soldiers, as a place to sell American weapons, and deliberately create wars and conflicts in African countries. There are currently 13,000 American troops in 13 African countries such as Cameroon, Chad, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Somalia, Nigeria, and many more.

    Then why in the last seven years has America become the focus of Africa? because Africa is a new battleground with China, a new competition, a new field of competition between American supremacy and China.

    America right now is like being slapped by China in Africa and America wants to take back its influence in Africa. Then Biden earlier this year said Africa is the future of the world, America's future, why? Because in 2050 the population of Africa will almost double from the current estimated 2.3 billion African population with 60% under the age of 25, this demographic potential is very potential.

    Apart from Israel, the European Union, America, China, and there are other countries, namely India, which are playing in Africa. India has played a large role in Africa since Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa in the '40s to 50's influenced the politics and independence of many African countries, namely countries such as Ghana, Algeria, Morocco, Angola, and South Africa, they all have equal anti-racist rights. White people in Africa who raised themselves that white people are superior to black people.

    Mahatma Gandhi at the beginning of his struggle was in Africa. Since 2018, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has set foot in Africa and then followed up with diplomatic steps by building 18 Indian embassies in 18 new African countries. India is building defense alliances in Nigeria, Zambia, Botswana, and seven other African countries, one of which is being a military training partner for the African country.

    India also provides 50,000 scholarships to African youths to study in India. India's influence is still far below China and America, of course, China has tied more than 50 African countries, with various soft power strategies, trade strategies, and infrastructure.

    In the past, Africa was colonized by Europe by force, by force, now Africa is trapped with a huge debt burden, and the depletion of Africa's natural resources that are not necessarily able to pay off Africa's debt when it runs out.

    It is certain that with these various strategies China will take and control Africa. In conclusion, China is the winner. The Chinese are the largest diaspora in Africa, China puts a lot of money in Africa, and China continues to spread Mandarin films in Africa, building cultural affinity and Chinese money.

    China siphons African minerals and then takes the raw materials and then sells them back to Africa. As in the early Middle Ages, there was great competition between Britain and France in Africa for Africa's natural resources and the world's geopolitical power in the 21st century.

    The point is there really anything left for the people and nation of Africa? There doesn't seem to be any. Again the next question is very interesting. It's unfair that we only discuss the geopolitical side of Africa because not everything that happens in Africa is bad and is affected by China's debt, as well as American military traps.

    Let's go to African geoeconomics now. Indeed, in the minds of many people, Africa, is synonymous with hunger, poverty, and a dangerous place, because there are many rebellions everywhere and its wild nature, that is Africa's past.

    We'll just prove it. We're back in Ethiopia now. The fact that data shows that 50% of its citizens are currently still at the poverty line, but seeing the steps taken by the current government, Ethiopia is moving forward and developing very quickly.

    When the new government in Ethiopia in 2018 installed Zahle Work Zewde, as the first female President in Ethiopia, corruption was reduced by 50% this year and equal rights increased where 50% of parliamentarians are men. A political prisoner he was released and Ethiopia has been at peace in recent years and its economy is up 10%.

    We go to Rwanda now, a country right in the middle of Africa that can be said to be the cleanest and most innovative country in Africa then we jump to Nigeria now, the largest economy in Africa which focuses its country on becoming "the next digital country of Africa" ​​by having itself is Nigeria's Google, Nigeria's Alibaba, Nigeria's Social Media, and various applications that make Nigeria not dependent on the western world in terms of applications.

    Then Zimbabwe overthrew the dictator who became an accomplice of America and became an accomplice of China for 40 years in power which made the symbol of the state of Zimbabwe today a free country, and a new country in Africa, as well as Botswana as the fastest growing country in the world in the last 40 years, Botswana grew with 3,000 percent growth or 30 times GDP growth built initially 40 years ago only that became the spirit in the new economy in Africa.


Friday, June 3, 2022


    Africa used to be in the Middle Ages, Europeans said that Africa was the antithesis of Europe or the height of European culture. The opposite was Africa, which was uncultured, low in human dignity, and the center of darkness in the world, until several centuries later Africa was still ignored by the world, its contents only conflict, poverty, hunger, and ignorance, until one day there was a country saw a great opportunity in Africa and since then there has been competition for struggle in Africa.

    It's not really different from the behavior of Europe in the Middle Ages, where Europe was until the 20th century, where British and French colonialist countries for example took African raw materials and then enslaved African people, and all of this influenced the world geopolitics.

    Now in the 21st century, the competition is the same in China, America, India, Canada, the European Union, Israel, and Japan. All these countries are vying for control of Africa and in that competition, one country can be assured of absolute victory over the race to conquer Africa, namely China.

This information about Africa is important because so far Africa is known as a continent consisting of 54 independent countries, Sovereign countries, 17 percent of the world's population, 9.6 percent of the world's oil producers, 90% of the world's platinum suppliers, 90% of the world's Cobalt providers, half of the world's platinum suppliers. World gold production, 2/3 of the world's manganese producer, 30% of the world's uranium production, and of course 54 votes or Votes in the United Nations General Assembly at the United Nations that's all that make Africa very attractive, which makes Africa a battlefield of the global world of all things by experts. countries categorized as Global players are carried out in Africa such as building infrastructure, building diplomacy, providing military power, using soft power, trade, and geopolitics all played in different styles by all countries interested in Africa.

    We give examples of what world players are doing in Africa, for example in 2016 Israel maneuvered in Africa, when Benjamin Netanyahu was the first Israeli leader to be present in Africa in the last 50 years. What does Israel want? Israel needs 54 votes to support the UN resolution that is pro-Israel and against Palestine.

    Africa and Israel have a common history. Thus Netanyahu diplomatically then Israel became a sponsor or supporter of Africa's need for energy with solar power, clean water supply, and the world of agriculture where we all know Israel these three things are the best in the world about agriculture in the desert, clean water from seawater, and electrical energy. from solar power.

    Later that same year 2016, Senegal protested the construction of Jewish housing on Palestinian land on the West Bank. What did Israel do to Senegal? Israel cancels The Mashav Drip irrigation project in Senegal that could drink 5,000,000 Senegalese people.

    This is just one example and there is another EU that will invest 54 billion-dollar in Africa, the question then what does the EU want? namely access to African markets for the 1.3 billion people on the African continent.

    The European Union has entered into trade agreements with 40 African countries but does this trade agreement benefit African countries? no, Europe is the one who gets the big profit, remember that the investment must be the one who wins, but whatever it is there is no country that has the biggest interest in Africa other than China.

    China has in the last 17 years financed one in four infrastructure projects in Africa and we all know that Africa is very short on road infrastructure and China knows that and prepares a thick checkbook to build and finance it.

    Since 2005, China has provided funds worth more than 2,000,000,000,000 USD or 2,000 billion dollars or 16 times Indonesia's State Budget to Africa, a course in the form of goods, technology, and jobs, the money remains in China, capitalizing on its own company, its own State-Owned Enterprise.

    China built 6,200 KM of railway which is the longest railway network in Africa connecting Ethiopia and Djibouti and to control Chinese investment, Beijing built an African development headquarters in Addis Ababa.

    So what did China get? Many. China won very much. All infrastructure in Africa is what makes it easier for Chinese goods to enter Africa and makes it easier for African natural resources to go out to China, sound familiar? seems familiar with this strategy.

    In addition to economic factors, China gets geopolitical support from the United Nations, China is not only building Africa but selling Chinese culture, selling Chinese money, and even street signs in many African countries using mandarin letters, it can be concluded that in the past 17 years China has tied 50 African countries.

    Several African countries have used Yuan in their daily transactions in the market and China obtained a strategic location for its naval power and seaports in 2017 for the first time China built a military base outside China, namely at the tip of the African continent, namely in the country of Djibouti in East Africa.

    Djibouti connects the Mediterranean Sea with the Indian Ocean through the Suez canal at the Chinese military base in Djibouti. A total of 10,000 troops are already deployed there. On the product side, Africa is the world's largest dumping ground for Chinese products.

    China is Africa's largest trading partner, which has grown 44 times or 4,400 percent in the last 2 decades or in the last 20 years in Africa, there are more than 10,000 Chinese companies there. Based on information from a study conducted by Mackenzi, why is Africa said to be a dumping ground for Chinese goods? We all know that in production there is an Economic Scale or a certain amount of products that will be efficient in cost, for example, making shirts.

    If you make 10 it costs US$ 15, if you make 1000 it costs US$ 10 per piece, if you make 100,000, the price per fruit is only US$ 5. If you make one million pieces, it turns out to be US$ 5 per piece. So US$ 5 and the number 100,000 is the Economic Scale, China sells one shirt for only US$ 20 for example per piece.

    China produces for the world 1,000,000 shirts it produces, its capital is 5,000,000,000 sold 250 shirts, investment returns. Sold 800,000 shirts, luckily very big. Now, the remaining 200,000 in the warehouse are sold at a price of zero US$, profit instead of having to fill the warehouse volume, so China is dumping it and dumping it into Africa at any price, 50 cents is also okay.

    For Africa, Waow China is very good. That is one of the uses of Africa for China, a place to dispose of goods at cheap prices, and a place for dumping, on the other hand, what is equally important for China is its natural resources.

    Indeed, Africa has the raw materials, China is the one who builds access to and controls them of course. China's third-largest investment worldwide is China's mining sector in Africa, so what lessons have been learned so far have you started to understand?



    We talk about batteries, so we must also talk about weather changes, the effect of fossil oil being burned as well as coal is one of the contributors to geothermal which results in weather changes that worsen air quality and changes in temperature increase everywhere, resulting in a decrease in human antibodies as well as problems. food shortage.

    Green energy is the solution and all humans are competing to be at the forefront, how do we change the use of coal with water-based energy or hydropower, convert fossil oil with solar power, gasoline-powered cars, and diesel oil into battery-powered vehicles. EV or Electric Vehicle is used as an environmentally friendly vehicle, clean and can be recycled and sustainable if you look at the propaganda.

    Is it true that battery-based electric vehicles are clean? Is it really clean or behind the glitter of the electric battery there is a terrible story called Blood battery or does this electric battery business all contain blood?

    This battery-based motor vehicle industry in fact violates human rights, brings poverty, and enslaves children.

    Electric vehicles are controlled by batteries which you are familiar with of course the question is do you know how these batteries are made? and what is it made of? one of which is a metal that is very rarely available, namely Lithium or Li and Cobalt or CO, cobalt provides stability in the battery.

    Cobalt is a bluish-gray metal obtained from Crust rock or commonly called Crystal Rock. Cobalt has many benefits, such as for turbine engines, jet aircraft, mining equipment, cosmetic coloring pigments as well as smartphone batteries, which generally are Lithium Iron batteries aka 50% cobalt which are currently produced by vehicle batteries or electronic vehicles, whereas in one vehicle battery uses 4 -30 kg of cobalt.

    This metal is found in several regions of the earth such as in Australia, Canada, China, South Africa, and Indonesia. But 70% of the cobalt is produced by a country namely the Democratic Republic of Congo.

    The country of Congo is still full of poverty, full of corruption, and conflict, but under the Congo underground there is the largest cobalt deposit in the world where the population of Congo is 92 million and more than two million people depend on Cobalt mining, they are called the Negociants.

    There are two large groups in the Congo that produce cobalt, there are large-scale industrial companies, and there are illegal or artisanal miners whose businesses are small but produce the most. These illegal miners do not have occupational health protocols, are very brutal, and fight over territory between fellow miners, there is no legal protection here. These illegal miners have more than 100,000 working children, some are even six years old.

    These little children play with death every day. They enter into a narrow and deep well where no adult can enter and it is like entering a hot stove and they only have 20 minutes of oxygen on average, the children have to dig the well in very inhuman conditions. not even digging equipment.

    Most of these children only use their hands, they don't use masks, they don't use tools, they don't use gloves, they don't have enough heat and they don't have oxygen. How much money do they get? not more than one dollar per day Rp. 15,000 not more per day.

    In fact, cobalt transactions per year are worth more than 12 billion dollars and in 2027 it is estimated that the demand will increase by 50% from now. Of course, the money was never distributed because it was the children of underage workers who found and sorted the metal, even though these children bet their lives per year more than 2000 children die trapped in wells that lack oxygen or are crushed by the collapse of the walls of the well, not to mention The victims of lung cancer, skin infections and accidents that cause disability are thousands of people every year in Congo, and in 2021 yesterday a village in the Congo country filed a lawsuit demanding Apple Incorporated and Tesla be responsible for what happened to its citizens, but the lawsuit this never came to fruition this claim was known as John Doe Team 1.

    When asked why his children work in the cobalt mine? because they want to get out of poverty, for the citizens of Congo, cobalt is a gamble that can make them rich like betting crypto coins like a millennial kid's toy in the city.

    Cobalt demand has tripled in the last 10 years and it is expected to triple again in the next 10 years 90% of the demand is driven by the increase in motorized vehicles and electric vehicles.

    In 2022, there will be 6.5 million electric car vehicles and it is estimated that by 2040 there will be 65 million vehicles, a 10-fold increase in the next two decades, during which time cobalt is needed, up 585 percent of its current availability.

    Many families in the combo i.e. Warlord thugs and corrupt officials in Congo get out of poverty!!! really sending their small children to the mines is no longer a necessity, but it is a must for the children to work in illegal mines where there is no protection whatsoever but many large companies accommodate the produce they make cheaply.

    For the businessman, it is cheaper to buy from illegal miners than from big miners. What's more remarkable is that 90% of the buyers were from China, and 70% of the mining companies in Congo were Chinese companies that controlled 15 of the 19 mines in Congo, which took 90% of the products from illegal mining and large mines.

    China currently controls 80% of the world's cobalt refining. China in bartering cobalt did promise to build Congo with road infrastructure, and schools, but only piecemeal, and Congo can certainly be one of the countries played by China which has never shown the result that Congo is a better country than yesterday.

    China can be said to be the biggest contributor to the bloody battery business, namely the Blood battery. Apart from the end result, China is also responsible for spilled blood.

    The largest Chinese-owned company is Congo Dongfang Mining (CDM), a subsidiary of Huayou Cobalt, which supplies all companies in Europe such as Volkswagen, for example, a Chinese company in Congo practices the same thing as illegal cobalt miners without guaranteed work safety and low wages for their employees. if a worker dies, the Chinese company buries him on the spot and bribes the victim's family without ever reporting it to the government.

    So if you think of electric vehicles as killing people even before they are used on the streets, so we can imagine the biggest companies in the world currently using cobalt in their batteries like Tesla, Volvo, Renault, Mercedez, and Volkswagen, use sources from the Congo which are said to implement Zero's tolerance for child labor do not actually apply his tolerance to child labor in the cobalt mines in Congo.

the Tesla Model 3 standard range

    Currently, Tesla is promising to use Zero Cobalt-based LFP (Lithium Iron Phosphate) batteries in the Tesla Model 3 standard range, but Tesla is still buying Cobalt from Glencore, a Swiss metal trading company that is the biggest buyer in Chinese mines in the Congo.


    Tesla buys 6,000 Tons of cobalt per year, so we are starting to understand that this battery says "Green energy" turns out to be "Dirty Energy" this game is very dirty, it says it wants to make climate change better, but why sacrifice thousands of human children?!!

    Really the battery is still using Koba. The goal of the world is still long to make the world cleaner, so I hope you all understand that Cobalt is actually very evil and in the future, it will definitely be at the end of the dirty game, as well as Indonesia's nickel if the battery is made at the end of the dirty game.