Economic and demographic data make it clear it is game over for the Khazarian mafia

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Recently, the Chinese government’s Xinhua news service reported that developing and emerging countries combined (the BRICS alliance) control 85% of the world’s population, 60% of its GDP and account for 80% of economic growth. In other words, the Khazarian mafia controlled countries have lost the battle both economically and demographically. Furthermore, the more time passes, the weaker their position gets.
If you look at World Bank data on real GDP (Purchasing Power Parity) you see that the members of the OECD’s (the rich countries club) total GDP is 50.9 trillion dollars while the rest of the world’s GDP is 127.3 trillion dollars. That means that even if all the rich countries allied themselves with the Khazarian faction ruling the US, they would have less than half the economic power of the BRICS alliance.

http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.PP.CD

Things only get worse for the US once you realize the numbers used by the World Bank are based on lies put out by the US government. For example, if you look at US government data, it says that prices in 2016 are only 35% higher than they were in 2001. That is because the US government has changed the composition of the basket of goods it uses to measure inflation over 20 times to make the inflation rate look lower. If you look at more realistic measures of inflation you will see that US prices are 160% higher in 2016 than they were in 2001.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-08-01/burrito-index-consumer-prices-have-soared-160-2001

Since the inflation rate is used to calculate GDP, what this means is that real US GDP is worth less than half of what it was in 2001.
If you look at industrial production figures you can see that US industry has not grown
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