BRICS and so called multipolar world

Before, during and after the 15th BRICS summit in Johannesburg, renowned experts, political and geopolitical analysts including Pepe Escobar try to present this organization of global south as new bloc directed against US and the West, allegedly paving the way to new international order, a multipolar world. This story is not true at all. In fact, the US and the West in general do not worry about the emergence of the BRICS as the organisation of global south is driven by the same sacrosanct laws of the money-earning, the lure of gain and making business as usual. By examining closely who benefit from the BRICS and expanded members are not the populations but businessmen and big corporations. All the more, the BRICS members are in the same time members of the World Trade organization(WTO) and the Group 20. Consequently, expanded BRICS would not upset economic and International order dominated by the US and its economic and financial institutions set up in Bretton wood in 1944 even if there is de dollarisation in trade and in some economic sectors such as the raw materials and energy. By looking closely to main objectives of the BRICS, one can establish a certain parallel with the  so called Group 77, created in 1963 in the framework of the United Nations by third world countries which were formerly subjected to western colonialism mostly in Africa counting 54 new states what we called the United Nations Conference for Trade and development(UNCTAD) created in 1964. The very critical moment to create a real multipolar world was the emergence of the USSR as global power representing a real alternative and counterweight to global capitalism led by the US and its vassals’ European countries. The unique occasion which could lead to a real change in economic relationships between the newly Third world independent states and their former colonizers and beyond decolonizing for good the current international relationships prelude to the emergence of multipolar world was the Mutual Economic Assistance: a trade organization of Communist countries created in 1949 and dissolved in 1991 after the collapse of the Socialist bloc. Read more on geopolitics and international relationships @elmir1975