from Alt-Market Website
Klaus Schwab and Vladimir Putin
- World Economic Forum Annual Meeting -
This is not the first
time Russia has sent military units
into Ukraine, but it is the first
time since 2014 and the annexation of Crimea that the threat of
military action has been overt rather than covert...
You will see many of these stories construct a narrative which then oversimplifies the situation and paints Russia as the monstrous aggressor.
The goal will be to convince the public that our involvement in Ukraine is a moral and geopolitical necessity. There will be attempts to gain American favor and a call for US boots on the ground.
Joe Biden will be at the forefront of this push...
Most of Russia's actions when dealing with Ukraine can be owed to NATO involvement in the region, including the Russian invasion of Crimea in 2014.
Strategically, it makes sense.
It probably would not end
For example, only a few months ago Kazakhstan was facing mass protests which the government claimed were caused by "foreign manipulation."
Zero proof was presented to justify this assertion.
In reality, citizens of Kazakhstan were angry over a spike in inflation and high gas prices which continue to grind down the middle class and those in poverty (sound familiar...?)
Accurate numbers are difficult to find for 2021, but it is likely that poverty levels are now closer to 16%-20%.
The reasons for civil unrest were obvious and justified, but the protesting Kazakhs were accused of being pawns of foreign enemies.
As I have noted in many
articles lately, this is a typical strategy of corrupt governments
trying to retain power when the people rise up and rebel for
We need to look at these
decisions in context in order to grasp how insane they
The diplomatic mess between Ukraine and Russia can be blamed in part on both sides, and it's this kind of historical ambiguity where globalists tend to thrive.
The fog of war helps to obscure establishment activities and often it is hard for people to see who is truly benefiting from the chaos until it's too late.
It is my belief that the
Ukraine problem is at least partially engineered and that it is
designed as a first domino in a chain of intended crises.
There are numerous powder keg countries that they have been cultivating for a couple of decades.
We should not hyperfocus
on who is to blame between Ukraine or Russia, we should focus
on the effects that will result from any major regional disaster and
how the globalists exploit such catastrophes to further the agenda
of total centralization of power.
NATO officials could take a step back from their pursuit of adding Ukraine to the ranks. The US could stop pouring cash and weaponry into Ukraine to the tune of $5.4 billion since 2014.
Over 90 tons of military equipment has been sent to the country in 2022 alone. Russia could stop sending covert special operations units into the Donbass and be more willing to come to the table to discuss diplomatic solutions.
The reason these things do not happen,
We are all aware of the globalist influences behind US and NATO leaders, we present the undeniable evidence of this on a regular basis.
But what about Russia?
Nothing could be further from the truth.
As with many political leaders Putin will sometimes use anti-globalists rhetoric, but his relationships tell another story.
As Putin rose through the
political ranks he maintained a steady friendship with Kissinger and
to this day they have regular lunches and Kissinger has been an
adviser to multiple branches of the Kremlin.
In fact, only last year Russia announced it was joining the WEF's "Fourth Industrial Revolution Network" which focuses on,
...and a host of other
globalist interests which will all lead to worldwide
technocracy and tyranny...
This claim is nonsense and always has been.
The fraudulent notion that the globalist agenda is a purely Western or American agenda and that countries like China and Russia are opposed to it.
If you look at the close
interactions between the east and the globalists, this idea
completely falls apart.
For anyone who has doubts
about this, I highly recommend they read the thoroughly researched
and evidenced works of professional historian and economist
Antony Sutton, who quite
accidentally stumbled onto the facts surrounding the globalist
conspiracy and went on to expose their habit of playing both sides
of nearly every war over the past century from the Bolshevik
Revolution to WWII and onward.
The number of open revelations post-Covid about the 'Great Reset' that globalists have publicly admitted to is so staggering that their plans can no longer be denied.
Any skeptics at this
point should be suspected of having a single digit IQ.
As I have noted in recent articles, it appears to me that Ukraine is a Plan B attempt to conjure more smoke and mirrors where the Covid 'pandemic' failed to satisfy the Great Reset plan.
As Klaus Schwab and the WEF has constantly asserted, they saw the 'pandemic' as the perfect "opportunity" to force the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the world.
As globalist Rahm Emanual once opined in the wake of the 2008 economic crash:
The WEF is an old hand at this tactic. Klaus Schwab also used the same exact language right after the credit crash of 2008 as he has used after the spread of Covid, always trying to sell global governance as the solution to every disaster:
Schwab jumped the gun back then just as he jumped the gun in 2020 when he declared the Great Reset an inevitability in the face of Covid.
The globalists must have expected a much higher death rate from the virus because they were practically dancing in the streets, elated over the amount of power they could steal in the name of,
If you look at the WEF and Gates Foundation simulation of a Covid 'pandemic', Event 201 which was held only two months before the REAL THING happened, they clearly expected Covid to do way more damage, predicting an initial death tally of 65 million.
This never happened; it
isn't even close.
Whatever the reason, the globalists did not get what they wanted and now they need yet another crisis to oil the gears of the Reset machine.
With the already tiny death rate of Covid now dropping even further with the Omicron variant and half the states of the US in full defiance of the vax mandates it is only a matter of time before the rest of the world asks,
War in Ukraine and the mere threat of that war expanding beyond the region could accomplish a number of things Covid has not.
It provides an ongoing cover for the stagflationary collapse which is now in full swing in the US, the supply chain problems that continue globally as well as the destabilization of the European economy.
In particular, the EU is strongly reliant on Russian natural gas in order to heat homes and maintain its economy.
Russia has strangled
natural gas supplies to Europe in the past and they will do it
again. Russian oil exports also fill demand gaps globally, and these
exports will be strangled by sanctions or by the Kremlin
deliberately cutting supplies to certain nations.
Even though the seeds of financial crashes are often planted and watered well in advance by central banks, the banks never get the blame because international conflicts conveniently take center stage.
By extension, economic
crisis causes mass poverty, mass desperation, and mass hysteria, and
globalists will say that these dangers require an international
solution that they will happily provide in the form of
Already I am seeing numerous instances of establishment officials and leftists on social media suggesting that,
This is nonsense backed
by nothing, but they are trying out the narrative anyway to see if
We witnessed this in Canada where Trudeau announced unilateral emergency powers against the trucker protests, giving himself totalitarian levels of control.
Even the Russian
government has intervened in such public actions to prevent any kind
of activist momentum. Biden will try to do the same thing, and war,
even a smaller regional war, gives him a rationale to oppress
dissent in the name of public security.
The consequences of a shooting event in Ukraine will be far reaching well beyond a distraction for the American public.
My intent here is not to suggest only Americans will be affected.
My point is that there are certain places in the world that are naturally resistant to the globalist scheme, and freedom minded Americans are a primary obstacle.
While the event would be
disastrous for Ukrainians and probably many Russians, there are
deeper and more dangerous underlying threats intended for the US and
a war in Ukraine acts as an effective scapegoat for many of them...