Russian President Vladimir Putin, center, gestures while speaking during an annual meeting with top military officials in the National Defense Control Center in Moscow, December 24, 2019. Putin said that Russia is the only country in the world that has hypersonic weapons even though its military spending is a fraction of the U.S. military budget. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, left, and Chief of General Staff of Russia Valery Gerasimov, right, attend the meeting

Oriental Review - Written by Sylvain LAFOREST on 31/03/2020

We live in exciting times.

The unknown that lies ahead for all of us is both exhilarating and scary. Exhilarating in the long term, but rather scary in the short term. All empires eventually die and we’re in the terminal phase of the New World Order that will not recover from the Russian roulette game it has been playing, for Vladimir Putin handed it a loaded gun and it pulled the trigger.

The last few weeks put everything in place for the last battle. There are so many different facts and events, left and right, and I will try to do my best to remain methodical in this complicated expose. Bear with me, I’ve been struggling for three weeks with this article because of the insane amount of additional details that each day provides. It might have been the wrong time to quit smoking, but I enjoy a good challenge.

Dropping dollars

A little context is required. The New World Order concept is simply the wish of a handful of international bankers that want to economically and politically rule the whole planet as one happy family. It started in 1773 and if it went through important changes over the years, but the concept and objective haven’t changed an iota. Unfortunately for them, international banks that have been looting the planet through the US dollar since 1944 are now threatened by hyperinflation, as their printing machine has been rotating for years to cover their absurd spending to sustain oil and resource wars that they’ve all ultimately lost.

In order to prevent this upcoming hyperinflation, they generated a virus attack on four countries (China, Iran, Italy, and now the United States) to spread panic in the population, with the precious help of their ignominious media. Even though this coronavirus isn’t different from any new viruses that attack humans every year, the media scare pushed people to voluntarily isolate themselves through fear and terror. Some lost their jobs, companies are going bankrupt, the panic created a stock exchange crash that emptied wallets and dried assets, resulting in a few trillion virtual dollars off the market to release pressure off the currency.

Stock Exchange

So far, so good, but everything else went wrong in this desperate and ultimate banzai. The top virologist on the planet confirmed that chloroquine was being used by the Chinese with spectacular results to cure patients, then he improved his magic potion by adding a pneumonic antibacterial called azithromycin, and saved every one of his first 1000 cases, but one. Donald Trump immediately imposed the same treatment through a fight against his own Federal Drug Administration, bought and owned by the deep state. This forced all media to talk about Dr. Didier Raoult’s Miracle Elixir, signing the death warrant on our confidence in all Western governments, their medical agencies, the World Health Organization, and media that were trying to destroy the impeccable doctor’s reputation while inventing sudden «dangerous side effects» of a nearly inoffensive drug that has been used for 60 years to treat malaria.

Not so far away in Germany, internationally praised Dr. Wolfgand Wodarg noted that the engineered panic was totally useless since this virus isn’t any different than the others that affect us every year. This has been an amazing victory for Trump and the general population on social media, who exposed together with the pathological lies of the official communication channels of every New World Order country. De facto, the credibility of these puppet governments has vanished in the air, and from the eye of the storm, Italy will surely exit the EU right after the crisis, which will trigger a domino effect running through every EU country and NATO members. My friends, globalism is dead and ready for cremation.

Digging the abyss

International bankers couldn’t see it coming in 1991 when they dominated 95% of the planet after the fall of the Soviet Union. It seemed that nothing could halt their ultimate mission to complete their Orwellian dream: destroy a few countries in the Middle East, enlarge Israel, and get total control over the world oil market, the last piece of their Xanadu puzzle that they’ve been working on for a whole century, starting with the Balfour declaration in 1917.

When Vladimir Putin got charge of Russia, there was no sign that he would do better than the drunk he had replaced. An ex KGB officer seemed like a choice more driven by nostalgia rather than ideology, but Putin had many more assets going for him than first met the eyes: patriotism, humanism, a sense of justice, cunning ruse, a genius economist friend named Sergey Glazyev whom openly despised the New World Order, but above all, he embodied the reincarnation of the long lost Russian ideology of total political and economical independence. After a few years spent at draining the Russian swamp from the oligarchs and mafiosos that his stumbling predecessor had left in his trail of empty bottles, Vlad rolled his sleeves and got to work.

Because his opponents had been looting the planet for 250 years through colonization insured by a military dominance, Vlad knew that he had to start by building an invincible military machine. And he did. He came up with different types of hypersonic missiles that can’t be stopped, the best defensive systems on the planet, the best electronic jamming systems, and the best planes. Then to make sure that a nuclear war wouldn’t be an option, he came up with stuff which nightmares are made of, such as the Sarmat, the Poseidon and the Avangard, all unstoppable and able to destroy any country in a matter of a few hours.

With a new and unmatched arsenal, he could proceed to defeat any NATO force or any of its proxies, as he did start in September 2015 in Syria. He proved to every country that independence from the NWO banking system was now a matter of choice. Putin not only won the Syrian war, but he won the support of many New World Order countries that suddenly switched sides upon realizing how invincible Russia had become. On a diplomatic level, it also got mighty China by its side and then managed to protect independent oil producers such as Venezuela and Iran, while leaders like Erdogan of Turkey and Muhammad Ben Salman of Saudi Arabia decided to side with Russia, who isn’t holding the best poker hand, but the whole deck of cards.

Ends in the conclusion that Putin now controls the all-mighty oil market, the unavoidable energy resource that lubricates economies and armies, while the banksters’ NATO can only watch, without any means to get it back. With the unbelievable results that Putin has been getting in the last five years, the New World Order suddenly looks like a house of cards about to crumble. The Empire of Banks has been terminally ill for five years, but it’s now on morphine, barely realizing what’s going on.

Tragedy and Hope

Since there is no hope in starting WW3 which is lost in advance, the last banzai came out of the bushes in the shape of a virus and the ensuing media creation of a fake pandemic. The main focus was to avoid catastrophic hyperinflation of the humongous mass of US dollar that no one wants anymore, to have time to implement their virtual world crypto-currency as if the chronically failing bankers still have any legitimacy to keep controlling our money supplies. It seemed at first that the plan could work. That’s when Vlad took out his revolver to start the Russian roulette game and bankers blew their brains out upon the pressure on the trigger.

He called a meeting with OPEP and killed the price of oil by refusing to lower Russia’s production, taking the barrel to under 30 dollars. Without any afterthought and certainly even less remorse, Vlad killed the costly Western oil production. All the dollars that had been taken out of the market had to be re-injected by the Fed and other central banks to avoid a downslide and the final disaster. By now, our dear bankers are out of solutions.

In the meantime, Trump also poked at the tie-wearing gangsters. While media avoided the corona-killing chloroquine subject, an old pill designed to cure malaria, Trump imposed to the FDA the use of this life-saving drug on US-infected patients. Media didn’t have any choice but to start talking about it, which ignited a chain reaction: big pharma's CEOs were fired because they had just lost the vaccine contract, countries like Canada looked like genocidal fools for not using the cheap and inoffensive medication, while a most outrageous criminal act by a government was exposed in full light: the Macron government had proclaimed in January 2020 that chloroquine was harmful and had restrained its use, just a couple of weeks before the burst of the fake pandemic! Russian roulette is a popular game in Western governments these days around.

Russia announced its own corona-killing brew

On Saturday, March 28th, Russia announced its own corona-killing brew, based on Dr. Raoult’s magic potion. Yet another Cossack blow, this time to the big pharmas jugular vein, while most Western countries now have to implement the good doctor’s treatment, or face the slap of a Russian pill coming to save its citizen. Putin is in the lifesaving business these days: in the last week of March, he sent 15 military planes filled with doctors and supplies directly to North Italy, after an aid plane from China was blocked by the Czech Republic. We’re about to learn that European countries fear that China or Russia finds the truth in the Lombardy region, where people are not dying from some corona bug, but probably from a deadly cocktail hybrid from two earlier vaccines for meningitis and influenza, that they were injected in separate vaccination campaigns.

The punchline

I said earlier that every day brings amazing news. Well on Sunday, March 29th, the most stunning of them all fell like a ton of bricks on social media: confined onlookers learned that Trump had taken control over the Federal Reserve, which is now handled by two representatives of the Treasury of State. Of all the crazy news within the last month, this is by far the best and most shocking. After three years in power, Trump has finally fulfilled his electoral promise of taking private banks out of the US public affairs, ending a century of exploitation of the American citizens. He has put the infamous Blackrock investment group to start buying important corporations for the Fed, meaning that he’s nationalizing chunks of the economy while avoiding the crash of the market by implicating important private investors in the deal.

Trump and Powell
President Donald Trump gestures with Jerome Powell, his nominee to become chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve at the White House in Washington, U.S., November 2, 2017

This outmost daring move comes at a crucial point in time and faces us with the realization that Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump are united and have taken humanity to the crossroads of the New World Order and freedom. As I have stated often before, I thought that the world would deeply change between 2020 and 2024, because these would be the last 4 years of these two heroes in the political power of their nations.

The New World Order is facing the two most powerful countries on the planet, and this fake pandemic changed everything. It showed how desperate the banksters are, and if we don’t want to end up with nuclear warheads flying in both directions, Putin and Trump have to stop them now.

Terminate the BIS, the World Bank, the IMF, the European Central bank, the EU, NATO, now. Our world won’t be perfect, but it might get much better soon.

Easter resurrection is coming. This might get biblical.


Daily Mail - By RACHAEL BUNYAN  - PUBLISHED: 27 January 2021

Putin warns of 'the end of civilization' and a global 'all-out fight' with Covid, growing inequality, and a rise in populism potential triggers for conflict.

  • Putin warned the world risks sliding deeper into instability as pandemic combines with global rivalries and international tensions
  • He said growing inequality and populism could turn the world into a 'dark anti-Utopia'
  • Putin said spiraling tensions have come to resemble the situation before WWII

Russian President Vladimir Putin warned today that the 'end of civilization' is possible due to a combination of coronavirus, global rivalries, and worsening international tensions.

Speaking by video link during a virtual meeting of the World Economic Forum, Putin pointed at growing inequality and unemployment and a rise of populism as potential triggers for new conflicts that he said could plunge the world into a 'dark anti-Utopia.'

'The pandemic has exacerbated the problems and disbalances that have been accumulating,' the Russian leader said. 'International institutions are weakening, regional conflicts are multiplying and the global security is degrading.'

Putin hailed the decision by Russia and the United States to extend their last nuclear arms control pact as a positive move, but he added that spiraling tensions have come to resemble the situation before World War II.

Vladimir Putin watches a session of the virtual Davos summit today where he warned that the world risks sliding deeper into instability as the coronavirus pandemic combines with global rivalries and other international tensions

Putin hailed the decision by Russia and the United States to extend their last nuclear arms control pact as a positive move, but he added that spiraling tensions have come to resemble the situation before World War II. Pictured: Russian strategic ballistic missile Topol launching vehicle

Putin hailed the decision by Russia and the United States to extend their last nuclear arms control pact as a positive move, but he added that spiraling tensions have come to resemble the situation before World War II. Pictured: Russian strategic ballistic missile Topol launching vehicle Putin warns of 'end of civilization' and the fight against COVID

Big tech giants are 'competing with states', Putin warns after Russia tells internet firms to delete posts backing Navalny protests

Vladimir Putin today sounded a warning about the influence of global tech giants which he said were 'competing' with national governments after Russia told internet firms to take down posts that had fuelled Alexei Navalny-inspired protests.

Putin told the virtual Davos summit that tech companies were 'not just economic giants... in some areas they are already de facto competing with the state'.

'We just saw it all in the United States,' he added, referring to the Capitol riot incited by Donald Trump which led to the then-president being banned from Twitter - a move which has caused disquiet in several European countries.

Putin's comments come as Russia ramps up pressure on the activities of foreign tech giants, which are not subject to the same state censorship as most media outlets.

Moscow earlier this week accused US tech platforms of interfering in Russia's internal affairs during the anti-government protests egged on by Navalny.

Ahead of the Navalny rallies, Russia's media watchdog Roskomnadzor ordered several online platforms, including YouTube and Instagram, to delete posts by users calling for protesters to attend demonstrations.

The chairman of the Russian parliament's foreign interference committee, Vasily Piskaryov, said today that the head of TikTok's Russian branch had been invited in for a conversation.

Piskaryov was quoted by the TASS news agency as saying that 'questions had piled up' about the China-based video-sharing service.

In recent months, TikTok has emerged as a popular platform for young Russians to express their political views.

Hashtags dedicated to Navalny have been trending on TikTok, garnering more than a 1.5billion views, after the anti-corruption campaigner was jailed on his return to Russia from Germany.

Putin said today it was unclear where the line is between a 'successful global business' and 'attempts to crudely, at their own discretion, control society'.

His comments echo those of European leaders including Angela Merkel who voiced concern about Trump's Twitter ban and the power it gave to US tech giants.

Trump's Twitter account was permanently suspended earlier this month after he caused the riot at the Capitol and continued to use Twitter to spread his spurious claims that the 2020 election was rigged against him.

Merkel's spokesman said she viewed Trump's ban as 'problematic', saying that freedom of opinion was a 'fundamental right of elementary importance'.

'This fundamental right can be interfered with, but through the law and within the framework defined by the legislature, not according to the decision of the management of social media platforms,' her spokesman said.

EU governments have frequently clashed with US internet giants whom they accuse of holding too much power.

Poland recently moved to curb the power of Facebook and Twitter by drawing up plans for a 'freedom of speech council' which could overrule their decisions.

Social media sites would only be allowed to ban users for breaking Polish law under the plans unveiled by Warsaw earlier this month.

Putin himself signed new legislation last month allowing Russia to block or restrict access to sites that 'discriminate' against its media, raising fears that the Kremlin is seeking to introduce China-style controls.

Twitter currently labels some Russian media 'state-affiliated media', a move decried by Moscow.

Another introduces hefty fines of up to 20 percent of their previous year’s Russia-based turnover for sites that repeatedly fail to remove banned content.

'I strongly hope that such 'hot' global conflict is impossible now. It would mean the end of civilization,' he said. 'But the situation may become unpredictable and spin out of control.

'There is a real danger that we will face a downturn in global development fraught with an all-out fight, attempts to solve contradictions by searching for internal and foreign enemies, and the destruction of basic traditional values.'

Putin attributed the worsening economic situation to a Western liberal economic model that he said 'foments social, racial and ethnic intolerance with tensions erupting even in countries with seemingly long-established civil and democratic institutions.'

The Russian leader pointed to what he described as the negative role of technology companies that run top social networks, charging that they have abused their position and tried to 'control the society, replace legitimate democratic institutions and usurp an individual's right to decide how to live and what views to express.'

He added that tech companies were 'not just economic giants... in some areas they are already de facto competing with the state'.

'We have seen it all in the United States,' Putin said, referring to the Capitol riot incited by Donald Trump which led to the then-president being banned from Twitter - a move which has caused disquiet in several European countries.

Putin's comments come as Russia ramps up pressure on the activities of foreign tech giants, which are not subject to the same state censorship as most media outlets.

Moscow earlier this week accused US tech platforms of interfering in Russia's internal affairs during the anti-government protests egged on by the arrested Alexei Navalny - who is currently serving a 30-day jail sentence.

Ahead of the Navalny rallies, Russia's media watchdog Roskomnadzor ordered several online platforms, including YouTube and Instagram, to delete posts by users calling for protesters to attend demonstrations.

But Russia angrily accused Facebook and other US tech giants of failing to remove what it called fake information about the demonstrations at the weekend.

Putin also claimed in the virtual Davos Summit that there has been 'increasingly aggressive pressure on those countries that disagree with a role of obedient satellites, the use of trade barriers, illegitimate sanctions, restrictions in the financial, technological and information spheres.'

Relations between Russia and the West have sunk to post-Cold War lows after Moscow's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea in 2014, Russia's meddling in the U.S. elections, and recently, the poisoning and the subsequent arrest of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

'The era marked by attempts to create a centralized unipolar global order is over now,' Putin said in an apparent reference to the perceived global domination of the U.S.

Putin has been under pressure in recent months amid high-profile leaks of information about his health and private life, now compounded by the return to Russia of arch-rival Navalny.

The charismatic 44-year-old anti-corruption campaigner had been in Germany recovering from what western governments said was an attempted assassination using Novichok, a Soviet-era nerve agent.

Navalny accuses Putin of ordering his death at the hands of an FSB hit-squad. Russia denies the allegations.

Upon arrival back in Russia, Navalny was immediately arrested by Russia's prison service and marched into a trial, where a judge ordered him to be detained for 30 days on suspicion of violating the terms of an early suspended sentence.

Navalny is then due to face a second trial on those charges, where he could be jailed for another three-and-a-half-year.

As he was marched off to jail, Navalny used social media to call for mass protests across the country which took place at the weekend.

Hundreds of thousands of anti-government protesters took part in demonstrations across 70 cities on Saturday in a show of defiance against Putin.

His wife Yulia Navalnaya, 44, was among around 3,400 people detained by officers. She posted a selfie following her arrest, captioned: 'Apologies for the poor quality. Very bad light in the police van.'

Demonstrators were dragged off by riot officers to police buses and detention trucks, while some activists were beaten with police batons.

The violent scenes from police drew condemnation from both the United States and the European Union, whose foreign policy chief said he deplored the 'widespread arrests' and the 'disproportionate use of force'. Russia President Putin warns of big tech influence at Davos SummitLoaded: 0%Progress: 0%0:00PreviousPlaySkipMuteCurrent Time0:00/Duration Time2:02FullscreenNeed Text

The 44-year-old politician Alexei Navalny was recently poisoned with chemical nerve agent Novichok and has been jailed in Russia

The 44-year-old politician Alexei Navalny was recently poisoned with chemical nerve agent Novichok and has been jailed in Russia

A man is arrested by Russian police during a protest rally inspired by jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny on Saturday, during a wave of demonstrations which has led Moscow to accuse internet companies of interference in its affairs

A man is arrested by Russian police during a protest rally inspired by jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny on Saturday, during a wave of demonstrations that has led Moscow to accuse internet companies of interference in its affairs

Similarly, the United States called on Russian authorities to release protesters and journalists detained and condemned what it called 'harsh tactics' used against them.

Throughout the day and into the early hours of Sunday morning, people were seen holding signs that read 'Russia will be free' and chanting 'Putin is a thief.'

Some then marched towards the Kremlin, while others blocked Tverskaya Street, the capital's main thoroughfare. Clashes between police and protesters as Russians take to streets loaded: 0%Progress: 0%0:00PreviousPlaySkipMuteCurrent Time0:00/Duration Time2:27FullscreenNeed Text

Law enforcement officers clash with participants during a rally in support of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Moscow

Law enforcement officers clash with participants during a rally in support of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Moscow

Reuters reporters estimated at least 40,000 people had gathered in central Moscow for one of the biggest unauthorized rallies for years, but authorities claimed a mere 4,000 people had shown up.

'The United States strongly condemns the use of harsh tactics against protesters and journalists this weekend in cities throughout Russia,' State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a statement.

The European Union's foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, said in a post on Twitter that he deplored the authorities 'disproportionate use of force', while Britain's foreign minister, Dominic Raab, condemned the 'use of violence against peaceful protesters and journalists.

Navalny being taken into custody and the arrests of his supporters were 'troubling indications of further restrictions on civil society and fundamental freedoms,' he added.

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