Previous article: The coming of the multipolar world order
WEF: World Economic Forum
Putin and the WEF
Putin recently delivered a powerful speech to the widely attended 10th Moscow Conference on International Security. Representatives from all over the Global South were there, along with all the members and would-be members of BRICS. Here are a couple of excerpts from the speech:
The situation in the world is changing dynamically and the outlines of a multipolar world order are taking shape. An increasing number of countries and peoples are choosing a path of free and sovereign development based on their own distinct identity, traditions and values.These objective processes are being opposed by the Western globalist elites, who provoke chaos, fanning long-standing and new conflicts and pursuing the so-called containment policy, which in fact amounts to the subversion of any alternative, sovereign development options. … Thus, they are doing all they can to keep hold onto the hegemony and power that are slipping from their hands…
With so much authority being ceded to WEF-friendly agencies, we must question the sincerity of Putin’s pledge to help countries onto the “path of free and sovereign development based on their own distinct identity, traditions and values”. When the WEF-compliant Dutch government mandates that Dutch farmers can no longer farm, that is respecting neither identity, nor tradition, nor values. Putin is delivering the world’s people, on a silver platter, to the WEF agenda. What other Future Global Leader has done so much to advance the aims of the WEF? Rumors that Putin and the WEF have fallen out with one another have been greatly exaggerated.
Putin and the globalist elites
In Putin’s speech he talked about Western globalist elites, and he identified them as the hegemon that is seeking to rule the world. But does that make any sense in the context of the Great Reset project? Why should we assume globalist elites would use US hegemony to achieve world governance? If that were the plan, it’s certainly not working out very well, and if the plan had succeeded, would it have been a satisfactory system for those elites, whoever they might be?
The US style of hegemony is based on exploitation, financial manipulation, deceit, and force. We’ve seen how it operates during America’s unipolar era, and it has been fraught with tension and wars, all necessary for the maintenance of that style of hegemony. For that reason I’ve long held the view that the US would need to be brought down if world government is to be established. For if the US was in the forefront, the world would not trust or accept its leadership.
And that’s exactly what we’re seeing: the US and the West are in collapse, and a new system of global order is being established without their participation. The world is flocking to this new system, motivated largely by wanting to escape from US-style hegemony. America’s apparent attempts to maintain that hegemony act as a spur, accelerating the construction of the multipolar global order.
The multipolar order promises geopolitical stability, and it brings with it compliance with WEF Great Reset mandates. This is a better system for globalist elites, whether they be Western or otherwise, than one burdened by continual tension and war. Putin is not out to defeat the globalists, he is implementing their plans for global governance. And everything the West has been doing has served to accelerate that process.
The US has played a central role in advancing the development of the multipolar order. By provoking Russia into invading Ukraine, and then by stepping back and leaving the Ukrainians on their own, the US created the precedent, that other powers could succeed in acting militarily in defiance of US wishes. That precedent became one of the foundation stones of the multipolar order.
Then the US launched the sanctions war against Russia, confiscating the dollar assets of the Russian Central Bank. This led to global distrust of the US financial system, as nations realized their assets could be confiscated if they displeased Uncle Sam. This led to the establishment of a BRICS development bank, use of non-dollar currencies in exchanges, and there will soon be a BRICS reserve currency. A new infrastructure of global finance and commerce is being established, ending centuries of financial dominance by the West. And all of this because of provocative US sanctions.
The US and Putin have served as one another’s bogeymen. For the US, Putin is the evil bogeyman that justifies the pain of the energy-starved future the WEF has in store for the West. For Russia, the US is the evil bogeyman that fires the spirit of the multipolar revolution. Each is doing their part to support the other in achieving its Great Reset objectives.
Once you realize that elites might prefer a more stable geopolitical order, and that the intention of the West’s WEF operatives does not necessarily match their narrative, then you can begin to see why things are happening the way they are, and why Western governments are pursuing policies which on the surface appear to be short-sighted and counter-productive.
There are Western globalist elites, and their job is to bring the West down to WEF-specified levels, and to provocatively spur the development of the multipolar order. There are Russian and Chinese globalist elites, and their job is to take advantage of the Western menace, construct the multipolar order, and ensure that it remains locked into WEF mandates. Both parties are doing their jobs effectively, and the Great Reset proceeds apace.
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