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Putin Declares Victory Over New World Order: ‘Change of Elites’ Coming Because Humanity Has ‘Woken Up’

Baxter Dmitry

Global elites who have been running the world in recent decades, working in concert to usher in a New World Order, have been defeated according to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who used his speech at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) on Friday to warn that a “change of elites” in the West is just around the corner.

Disastrous liberal policies undertaken by EU and US leaders are exacerbating inequalities and divisions in their societies, not just in terms of welfare but in terms of values and orientations of various groups, Putin said.

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  1. Putin says that elite blue blood is set to run in the streets all over again.
    I want for Putin to be right about that, but fear he is premature in his prediction.
    Many many more people need to recognise the crap we’re getting for what it is.



  2. Harvey, fear not , our CNUT of a leader who has failed spectacularly at everything she’s tried here in NZ is off to the EU to fix their problems in the blink of an eye, OMG will our Country survive with her away for a week or two ??
    It amazes me how all the devout Ardern followers are no longer spouting the B/S about what a great leader the mongrel bastard is, about frickin time they saw the light.



  3. Never understood why the American liberals hated russia so much especially since gorbachov days. Before that yes but then compare that to the way china behaves and is behaving. If ever their was anti freedom argument the American Liberals really have chosen the wrong enemy.
    Of course those liberals are all tied up to the NWO and many of them have chosen Chinese spouses and Chinese contacts which we gained by stealth at the behest of the CCP.
    They have and are infiltrating everything and everywhere.
    One only has to look at their current behaviour in the Pacific and in the Taiwan straits and so on but that’s just the visible part. There is a lot more behind the scenes I suspect.
    The Chinese have been pirates for centuries, its ingrained in their DNA. Here’s a real story around that.
    SWMBO worked with a Chinese lady. That ladies family left China over 200 years ago. She was born in what was North Borneo them days and says that they had never been back, Came to NZ and is still here.
    She went as part of the TCC Sister City visit to China and she said the even after all those many years of the family never being near China, when she stepped of the plane it was like she had gone home.

    So that’s the mountain to cross.
    Chinese regimes until the last one have a total history of violence towards people



  4. ” Chinese regimes until the last one have a total history of violence towards people.” I call bullshit on that one, Viking.

    You only have to look at the last 5000 years of Chinese history to see how often they were the invaders, as opposed to the invaded.

    Or just take the last 200 years – the Opium wars (The British Empire’s ‘invasion’), the Boxer rebellion (largely US inspired), the brutal Japanese invasion of the Chinese mainland prior to World War 2 . . . .

    Yes, I know, there’s Tibet and there’s Taiwan – but there is a history behind those moves by the CCP as well.

    Most Chinese that I have spoken to on the Chinese mainland seem to mainly aspire to one thing, which they generally refer to as “Stability of Government.” They don’t seem to care too much about just how this is achieved.



    • Well if you look at the last regime they liberated the kingdom, allowed people to come and go and develop the capitalist way with Alibaba, tencent, and so on. They are now reverting back to Moaism and further under the violent regimes of the past. and the west doesn’t care nor do they call it out. Indeed the liberals (who will be first to the bullet as always ), are deeply entangled in this.
      If you read widely you will see that for at least 4 years a lot of the aware companies have been leaving. Just the greedy and the bankers staying to be fleeced.
      The are reverting to other hermit staus with designs to rules all of us.
      One Kingdom to Rule the World. Toiken just got the wrong race. Or did he?



  5. Well, yes, Viking, thats true.

    When Mao took over, Chinese merchants – at least the richest of them, were stripped of their wealth and paraded in the streets as Capitalist Dogs. Mao’s general philosophy, no matter how laughable (if not improbable) was something along the lines that “all should get rich equally rapidly”.

    It didn’t work of course . . . . communism never does. But eventually their commercial sector began to open up to Western influences. Companies like Ali Baba took off at a great pace and became enormously rich, until the government decided that it was time to say “enough is enough” and began to attempt to “equalise” them.

    Dunno much about the Banks in China . . . . But with China being one of the first countries in the world to introduce a central bank digital currency (in combination with their existing draconian surveillance measures) the Chinese Banking Sector will be an interesting one to watch.

    “There, but for the grace of God, go us.”

    Watch this space if, by some great misfortune, the Ardern Govt should happen to get re=elected. (Or equally, if the WEF and its cronies get in first with a universal Digital currency. But then again, we seem to pretty much already have the equivalent of a digital currency that can be shut off at the whim of the government, if Trudeau’s approach to freezing the Bank accounts of Canadian truckie protestors was anything to go by.)



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