BRIC's joint statement

Any further USA attacks against Syria will cement closer security ties between the BRIC countries, and accelerate joint military cooperation.

The BRIC countries understand that their economic block is meaningless without a clear SECURITY cooperation dimension (otherwise they might as well be talking to the clouds).

The CIA and State Department understand this, and before any full security system is adopted by the BRIC's they have destabilised the government of Brazil initiating a soft coup to replace President Dilma Rouseff with a pro-American weak corrupt puppet, whose words and commitments are worthless. 

In India the CIA and State Department helped the religious fundamentalist Party the BJP into power, and as a result the new government in Delhi has accelerated cooperation with Israel, allowing Israeli security experts to be posted in the Capital City, and greater security cooperation with the USA along with big arms purchases from the country. Hilary Clinton promised to make India into a 'Great Power' in several speeches in India, and this created child like anticipation and excitement in the naive Indians.

South Africa has symbolic value for the BRIC's but is a strategic and economic non-entity.

This leaves us with China and Russia....the hardcore of BRIC's.

The plan in 2016 at least was through President Trump make friends with Russia, at least in words, and isolate China.(Kissinger and sections of the Bilderberg group)

This was not acceptable to the Neo-liberal/George Soros/Clinton/Democratic Party.....and a destabilisation of the Trump Presidency was initiated, and now an attack on Syria which is a client state of Russia since 1958.

What lessons can be learned from this American globalist posture?

1. BRIC countries should not aid the USA divide and conquer each BRIC country.....it is self defeating.

2. The USA will not change its globalist hegemonic position, because it believes its has the military power to impose its will on the world.

3. USA foreign policy is dominated by military power, and diplomacy and the rules of International law take a secondary unimportant role.

4. There needs to be greater cooperation between BRIC countries in the security dimension.

5. Russia through Syria, Ukraine and NATO posturing on its border seems to be taking the bulk of the pressure from the USA hegemonic ambitions. But for the sake of preservation other BRIC countries need to stand with Russia directly in supporting Russia, rather than merely conducting a few military maneuvers and sending soldiers for military parades into the country. 

The SECURITY failure of BRIC's will spell the end of the SCO and OBOR in addition.

Strategic Security agreements are inseparable from Strategic Economic alliances.

Comecon-----Warsaw Pact.


BRICS Issues Joint Statement: Illegal Military Intervention in Syria Is Unacceptable

The joint BRICS statement says military action in Syria without authorization from the UN Security Council is dangerous and unacceptable

By Russia Insider

Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa have issued a joint BRICS statement condemning military action in Syria that has not been authorized by the United Nations. The statement also calls for respect of international law, territorial integrity and sovereignty. 
Some highlights from the statement:
BRICS Special Envoys on Middle East expressed their concern about internal crises that have emerged in a number of states in the region in recent years. They firmly advocated that these crises should be resolved in accordance with the international law and UN Charter, without resorting to force or external interference and through establishing broad national dialogue with due respect for independence, territorial integrity and sovereignty of the countries of the region. The participants emphasized the legitimacy of the aspirations of the peoples of the region to enjoy full political and social freedoms and for respect to human rights.
They strongly condemned recent several attacks, against some BRICS countries, including that in the Russian Federation. BRICS members stand for consolidating international efforts to combat the global threat of terrorism. They stressed that counter-terrorism measures should be undertaken on the firm basis of international law under the aegis of the UN and its Security Council.
In the course of the meeting, the role of the UN Security Council as the international body bearing the primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security was underlined. It was also stressed that military interventions that have not been authorized by the Security Council are incompatible with the UN Charter and unacceptable.
BRICS Special Envoys expressed their deep concern with regard to the continuing violence in Syria, deterioration of humanitarian situation and growing threat of international terrorism and extremism in that country.
The participants confirmed their strong support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria and the need for a peaceful solution, led by the Syrians, to the conflict. They supported all efforts towards a political and diplomatic solution in Syria through talks based on Resolution 2254 of the United Nations Security Council. They welcomed the three rounds of talks held in Astana and the outcome of fifth round of talks in Geneva. They acknowledged that Astana talks paved the way for resumption of Geneva talks. They expressed resolve for renewed and committed efforts to find a political and diplomatic solution in Syria. In this regard, the efforts of the Special Envoy of the UN Secretary General Staffan de Mistura aimed at resumption of Geneva process were welcomed. The efforts of BRICS countries in providing humanitarian aid to Syria were welcomed. They called for continuing humanitarian assistance to Syria by BRICS countries and collaborating in the reconstruction of Syria.
While strongly condemning terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, they called upon all Syrians to join hands in the face of this dangerous threat and urged the international community to strictly abide by all the obligations pursuant to various relevant UNSC resolutions.