The next 10 days are already dense with strategic developments, culminating in the Kesha Rogers election in Texas on May 27:
May 20-21: Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit China, during which a record-setting 30 agreements are scheduled to be signed, according to Putin aide Yuri Ushakov. During his visit Putin will also participate in a session of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA), where he is expected to meet with the Mongolian President, Iraq’s Prime Minister, and Iranian President Rouhani.
May 21: Indian Prime Minister-elect Narendra Modi is expected to have completed naming his cabinet by this date.
May 22-25: Euro Parliament elections will be held. Among other things, all hell could break loose right after the elections, with massive quantitative easing to try to salvage the bankrupt European banking system—a fool’s errand.
May 25: Ukraine Presidential elections will occur, where all hell could also break loose, militarily and politically.
May 25: Colombian presidential elections will be held, where Blair-agent and drug legalizer Juan Manuel Santos, the current president, is no longer a shoo-in for reelection. Oscar Ivan Zuluaga, a follower of ex-president Alvaro Uribe, has caught up with Santos in the polls. Both leading candidates are horrible neo-liberals on economics, but Zuluaga does not support the Santos policy of negotiating with the FARC narco-terrorists and promoting drug legalization as Santos does, which is a key British Empire policy initiative globally.
May 26-27: Egyptian presidential elections will occur, with Gen. el-Sissi as the strong front-runner. A spokesman for the Egyptian foreign ministry told Voice of Russia Friday: “I am sure that our relations with Russia will achieve a breakthrough after the upcoming presidential election.: He said the Ukraine crisis and sanctions would not affect Egypt. “Egypt believes that the Ukrainian crisis has to be resolved peacefully. Our strategy of promoting the strengthening of partnership with Russia won’t change. Egypt needs new partners. I am sure that our economic cooperation with Russia won’t deteriorate. On the contrary, we are going to expand it in all areas,” Badr Abdel-Ati stated.
May 27: The Kesha Rogers election is held in Texas, which could be the biggest strategic game-changer of all.