Former Soviet dictator Gorbachev, an outspoken proponent of the “New World Order,” approvingly referred to the EU as “the new European Soviet” – as did USSR dissident Vladimir Bukovsky.
I: Putin’s saber rattling over Ukraine is providing a rationale for continued Western integration — via the EU, NATO, and the “Transatlantic Partnership” — to counter the Russian bear. But in addition, Putin is also pursuing a “New World Order” via the
II: regionalization approach. Chief among the schemes, for now at least, is Eurasia which brings together the regimes ruling Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan. Eventually, Putin and his counterparts hope to expand the union to include other former Soviet regimes in the region. Many analysts see the developments as the ongoing re-emergence of the Soviet Union (Revelation 17).
Top globalists around the world have outlined the plot aiming to divide the planet’s people and nations into massive “regions” ruled by supranational institutions and to relate these regional orders to one another— such as the EU, the model of the world government.
In a 2011 piece Putin wrote about the scheming, published by Izvestia and headlined “A new integration project for “Eurasian Union, (left): The future in the making.”
III: Eventually, as part of the globalist strategy, the quest for world order will have to “relate these regional orders to one another,” as Kissinger recently put it. Again, Putin follows the line. “Russia and the EU agreed to form a common economic space and coordinate economic regulations without the establishment of supranational structures back in 2003,” he wrote.a. “In line with this idea, we proposed setting up a harmonized community of economies stretching from Lisbon to Vladivostok, a free trade zone and even employing more sophisticated integration patterns. We also proposed pursuing coordinated policies in industry, technology, the energy sector, education, science, and also to eventually scrap visas,” he said. Soon the Customs Union, and later the Eurasian Union, will join the dialogue with the EU,” Putin said.
Ultimately, as Putin makes clear, the whole world will be involved. The EU, NAFTA, APEC, ASEAN. “These are the integration bricks that can be used to build a more sustainable global economy.”
c. Putin also explained that his regional regime would be “based on WTO principles”. Like the other regional building “blocs” of the New World Order, it will pursue the same goals.Senior members of the Western establishment have been openly promoting the exact same strategy.
“By working together, the EU and Russia can make a decisive contribution to global governance,” explained European Council President and Bilderberger Herman Van Rompuy“.
IV: Putin Visits Latin American Despots to Push New World Order
In July, for example, both Putin and Communist Chinese dictator Xi Jinping, an extremely close ally of the Kremlin, visited Latin America and signed huge deals. Analysts pointed out that the official Sino-Russo trips illustrated the new, “multi-polar” world order — featuring more unaccountable regional and global “governance.”
UN boss Ban Ki-moon was even at the Bolivia summit to celebrate the “New World Order” being pushed by the Third World regimes, praising these autocratic governments and their endeavours for communist “sustainable” deveopment.
Putin and Chinese Communist ruler Xi, whose regime now regularly calls for a “New World Order,” unveiled a new-world “development bank” run by the socialist- and communist-minded BRICS regimes — Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. At this year’s annual BRICS meeting, the five regimes finally signed the deal to put it all together.
In 2009, the Kremlin demanded the creation of a “supranational reserve currency to be issued by international institutions as part of a reform of the global financial system.” The IMF, the Kremlin statement said, should consider using its proto-global currency known as “Special Drawing Rights,” or SDRs, as a “super-reserve currency accepted by the whole of the international community.”
What would a global currency mean for Americans? For starters, it would necessarily require the loss of the U.S. dollar’s status as the world reserve currency.
With a global central bank which is exactly what globalists such as Putin and his Western counterparts are pushing, the emerging global government would be able to finance its own armies, police, courts, bureaucrats, and more. All it would require is simply printing “liquidity,” secretly confiscating humanity’s wealth via inflation of the currency supply. The new financial leaders would literally be able to determine which businesses and countries would flourish and which would fail — as did the Federal Reserve in the United States when it bailed out some too-big-to-fail entities while ensuring others went bankrupt in 2008.
VI: Putin is also helping to globalize the financial regulatory regime.
In early 2013, when Putin assumed the presidency of the G20, he had nothing but praise for the suspiciously named “Financial Stability Board” – (FSB) — meant to serve as the global financial police. It will be housed, of course, at the shadowy Bank for International Settlements (BIS), another key globalist institution.
VII: Putin loves “global governance”
Before singing the UN’s praises in the Times op-ed, Putin and his fellow BRICS rulers signed a declaration openly calling for global governance under the UN, a world currency, and more. “We underscore our commitment to work together in the UN and strengthen multilateral approaches in international relations ” Everything from terror and “global warming” to “human rights” enforcement ought to be dealt with by the UN, they said.
VIII: The role of war to promote one world government
Putin is a key player on the road to world order but this hardly precludes (“Putinism”) the orchestration of a real war between “East” and “West” if America cannot be induced to surrender its sovereignty to a global regime.