Mexico is getting closer to joining BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa ) per reports coming out this weekend. The Biden regime is destroying America on a daily basis and the world knows it. No country wants to be aligned with that.
After the takeover of the 2020 Election, the world knew that a coup had occurred in the US. They saw how internal forces were tearing this country apart. They saw the constant lawfare against President Trump culminating with bogus investigations, bogus impeachments, a stolen election, and now more bogus investigations against the hero of the people, President Trump.
Countries around the world began to see that being an ally to the Biden regime was not a safe place to be so they are joining the alliance with China and Russia.
These moves are devastating to the US and its national security.
It was recently reported that numerous countries were considering joining BRICS.
This weekend it was reported that Mexico was seriously considering joining BRICS. Eurasia Media reports:
Mexico has expressed its interest in joining the BRICS group of emerging economies, which currently consists of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard, said that Mexico shares the vision and values of the BRICS and hopes to deepen its cooperation with them in various fields, especially in medicine and trade.
Mexico’s move comes amid growing tensions with its northern neighbor, the United States, over issues such as immigration, border security, trade and human rights. The US has imposed tariffs on Mexican goods, threatened to cut off aid and demanded that Mexico do more to stop the flow of migrants from Central America. Mexico has also faced criticism from the US for its handling of the Covid-19 pandemic and its alleged interference in the Venezuelan crisis.
Mexico sees the BRICS as an alternative platform to diversify its foreign relations and increase its global influence. Mexico is the second-largest economy in Latin America after Brazil and has a population of more than 120 million people. It also has a strong manufacturing sector that competes with China in some markets. Mexico has already established close ties with China, which is its second-largest trading partner after the US. Mexico has also participated in several BRICS summits as an observer and guest.
However, Mexico’s bid to join the BRICS faces some challenges and uncertainties. The BRICS group has not formally announced any criteria or process for admitting new members, although Russia has suggested that it could expand by five countries in 2023. The BRICS also have different interests and agendas that may not always align with Mexico’s. For instance, Mexico may have to balance its relations with China and India, which are rivals in Asia. Mexico may also have to deal with the possible backlash from the US, which may see Mexico’s alignment with the BRICS as a threat to its regional hegemony.
The Biden regime is doing all it can to destroy this nation and the world sees it.