The Economist released its famous cover for next year, The World ahead2023, depicting the people who will shape the world in 2023. The publication belongs to the Rothschild family, the main bankers of the British financial system. At the end of each year, they issue an encrypted script for the next year, indicating the plans of the globalists.
Analysts note that the executives depicted on the cover of the magazine will determine policy in 2023.
On a black background, the following are illustrated:
Chinese leader Xi Jinping,
US President Joe Biden,
Russian President Vladimir Putin,
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky
the new Prime Minister of Italy, Giorgia Meloni,
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen.
Portraits of politicians have different scales in the Masonic tradition, which reflects their different weight in world politics.
The portraits of Xi and Putin are the largest in size, Biden, due to age related existing or potential ailments, is slightly smaller, followed by the leader of Taiwan, Zelensky and Meloni, which expresses their dependence on the three centers of power – the United States, China and Russia.
It is significant that Putin is placed in the center, and the other leaders are in a circle around him.
Does this mean that Russia remains at the center of world politics and will continue to play a decisive role in world processes?
An important role is played by where the politicians look.
The views of Putin and Xi Jinping are directed in the same direction, which means that the leaders of the Russian Federation and China are allies and think in the same direction. Accordingly, Biden and Zelensky are looking in the opposite direction – they are on the other side of the Russian-Chinese flank.
It is significant that the leader of Taiwan looks in the same direction as Xi – this is a clear hint that China and Taiwan will seek to unite like two half-brothers, in Chinese “tongbao”.
But the direct look of Meloni suggests that she takes an independent position of the European right, but the hands directed towards the gaze of Biden, by the way, a Catholic by religion, indicate that she is on the side of the United States. Indeed, Meloni is close to the Republicans and even traveled to the States before the elections.
Finally, colors play an important role in interpreting The Economist covers.
This time it is very laconic: a black background with red windows and black-and-white portraits.
Black personifies nationalism (hence the names “black international”, “black hundred”) – this means that against the background of the economic crisis, each country seeks to protect its national interests first of all, and globalization is collapsing.
Red is the color of communist China and the Rothschild family coat of arms, whose name translates as “red shield”.
This means that in all the countries indicated on the cover (China, Taiwan, USA, Russia, Ukraine, Italy), the banking dynasty has its own interests.
Black and white portraits are also a sign of the leaders’ national orientation.
Finally, let’s pay attention to the details depicted in the red windows behind the portraits.
Next to Xi, a space station is seen flying around the Earth.
Taiwan epitomizes high-tech signs – a robotic arm and a drone.
Biden is pictured in front of wind towers and an LNG tanker.
Zelensky, against the background of a chemical element, is clearly thinking about drugs and air defense systems.
The figure of Meloni stands either on bacteria or on pills, but both express her negative attitude towards vaccination against coronavirus.
And only Putin has no symbols, which means that Putin is still a mystery to the West.