In its January publication, The Economist‘s front cover featured the caption ‘Who rules the waves?’

The picture depicts a military ship, albeit metaphorically, it can be expanded to mean a cargo ship, on a black background. Instead of waves, the ship is on a checkered board or floor. A reminder that the checkered floor is a physical representation of Freemason’s moral law, which is derived from the primacy of check in Solomon’s temple.

I will let you come up with what all this means vis-à-vis the wars, supply chains and the world in its entirety.

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