Putin Speaks of BRICS and Exposes the NWO

Well, first off, you have to know that what you are about to watch is pure propaganda.  Putin is not a nice conservative constitutionalist folks.  He is a COMMUNIST doing his best to win the war of public opinion to denigrate the West (America) and supposedly expose capitalism for the evil which it is.  We in the West have been overtaken by Fascism where the Government is owned by Corporations who then control the people.  It’s NOT capitalism. It is controlled financialism and we are going to become a third world country because of it.

So, there will be truth told herein by Putin, but please know that he is not seeking for our freedom and liberty nor of his own people. I’ll sum up part of it for you:

 

The United States is the problem.  No one feels safe because there is no international Law.

 

 

 

So, Putin wants to make the UN supreme in acts of aggression against countries.  Well, pardon me, but I find that the UN is a liberal communism cesspool of sympathizers who regularly butt f… America and Israel!  So, if we ever fall into this trap of the UN deciding which country gets punished and which ones are right then America is most definitely screwed.  This was what the treaty JFK signed was all about, and it proves the point that America would be the world leader until such time as the UN should take over!  To do this, America must be diminished in the eyes of the world, and thus expect to see more stupid acts by America against other countries!  We do NOT elect our officials.  Corporations control the elections, and the banks control the corporations, namely the Central Banks owned by 13 families!  WAKE UP!!!!

 

 

 

The military industrial complex is powerful. It is used to fund our economy by keeping wars going. In fact, I would say that the rise of Jihad is a creation of the CIA.  They have created an enemy with no country to target so all countries are suspect.  I dare say if Russia were attacked by Arab terrorists they would deal with it most decisively.  They could hunt them down in every country so to speak, but the were not the ones attacked.  They do not help other counties as America has.  America has become the world’s “protector” and “enforcer”.  I think that is what people like me detest most of all.  I am not a strict isolationist. I want trade and relations with other nations, but I want America to mind her own business, build our infrastructure and provide for our OWN people first and foremost.  Stop sending food to African nations who use it as a weapon to make men join their military.  Who starve their people for power.  Now, realize this was said in 2007 I believe, so the groundwork has been laid and we are seeing it continue to mature into the full picture.

This sick war game must end, but I tell you now, Putin is the Pied Piper, and you had better not be fooled into believing he is offering a better future.

 

LOOK!  Putin Loves Puppies!!!

 

bonus video:  Can you spot the truth vs lies? Putin is no enemy to the NWO … He is bringing it in!

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One comment on “Putin Speaks of BRICS and Exposes the NWO

  1. Given the choice of the major world leaders, I’ll go with Putin, but you already know that. Let’s see what EverBank had to say today:

    Is This A New Anti-Dollar Alliance?

    In the last few years, we’ve seen many signs that the U.S. dollar is losing importance in the international arena. For example, over the past several years, many countries have made agreements that allow them to settle their trades in their own currencies, cutting the dollar out of the transaction completely.

    We’ve written about this and many other signs of the dollar’s decline in the pages of the Daily Pfennig® newsletter. The most recent challenge to the dollar is coming from the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) countries. And, it could have important implications for those who hold assets denominated in U.S. dollars.

    China and Russia Moving Away from the Dollar
    You may have heard about the historic energy deal recently made between China and Russia. In short, Russia will export about $400 billion of natural gas to China over the next 30 years. By 2018, this deal will be supplying about 25% of China’s energy need. Why should you care? Well, these transactions will be made in Chinese yuan and Russian rubles, not in U.S. dollars. In other words, this is a substantial blow to the petrodollar.

    China and Russia have also set up swap facilities that exclude the greenback from other transactions. And, recent sanctions on Russia by the U.S. are accelerating that trend. Many Russian companies are quickly switching contracts from dollars to other currencies, partly to escape Western sanctions.

    Gazprom, the famous Russian natural gas giant, provides a good example. It has signed agreements with consumers to switch from dollars to euros for payments. Alexander Dyukov, the company’s CEO, said: “Practically all — 95% of our customers — confirmed their willingness to move to settlement in euros.”1

    And, it’s not just Russia and China. Brazil, India and South Africa are also joining this anti-dollar trend.

    The BRICS’ New World Order
    Last June, Sergey Glaziev, Vladimir Putin’s economy advisor, published an article outlining the need to establish an international alliance of countries willing to get rid of the dollar in international trade and refrain from using dollars in their currency reserves.

    It looks like that alliance is taking shape. Recently, the BRICS countries announced that they are “seeking alternatives to the existing world order.”2 The five countries unveiled a $100 billion fund to fight financial crises. This fund will be their version of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). They will also launch the New Development Bank (NDB), which will be their alternative to the World Bank. It’s a new bank that will make loans for infrastructure projects across the developing world.

    The BRICS’ version of the IMF will function around a currency reserve pool. Each country will contribute to the fund according to the size of their economies. It’s expected that contributions to the currency reserve pool will be as follows: China, $41 billion; Brazil, India, and Russia, $18 billion each, and South Africa, $5 billion.

    The punchline, however, is that the dollar will play no role in that currency reserve pool. Currency swaps between the BRICS central banks will facilitate trade financing while completely bypassing the dollar. With these two new institutions, the five countries are taking steps to effectively reduce their dependence on the dollar and other American institutions, such as the Fed and the IMF. As Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff told reporters, the five countries “are among the largest in the world and cannot content themselves in the middle of the 21st century with any kind of dependency.”3

    To be clear, we don’t expect this BRICS anti-dollar alliance will destroy the dollar’s global reserve currency status overnight. But, the trend is clearly moving against the dollar. And, if this trend continues, most of the significant global economies will gradually abandon the greenback.

    These countries are essentially taking steps to move away from a dollar-based global trade system. This is a big deal because the BRICS countries are all expected to be future financial powerhouses. If they continue to kick the dollar out of their economic relations, this could seriously hurt the buck.

    This means that an increasing amount of global trade will be done in other currencies, weakening the demand for dollars. As the buck continues to lose status in the international area, there could be consequences for every dollar-based investment.

    This process could take several years…or it could happen relatively quickly, with a sudden dollar crisis. Under that scenario, U.S. dollar-based assets could suffer a significant loss of value. U.S. investors could potentially protect their portfolios against the risk of a sudden crisis simply by keeping a portion of their assets in gold, silver and other hard assets.

    Until the next Daily Pfennig® edition…

    Sincerely,
    Tim Smith
    Assistant Vice President
    EverBank World Markets, a division of EverBank
    1.800.926.4922

    P.S. To post a comment on this article, visit DailyPfennig.com.

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