Puppets on the Global Chessboard

Antony C. Sutton, in his book Wallstreet and the Bolshevik Revolution, reminded us that the birth of communist Russia was directly funded by Western bankers and supported with arms and military aid supplied by the United States government.  It is the sort of information that leftist professors and the world’s global elite prefer you not know.  

Mikhail Gorbachev, largely credited with the ultimate dismantling of the Soviet Union and the rise of the “new” Russia, was a proponent of global government.  In an address, “Perspectives on Global Change” given at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, Gorbachev argued that such a solution was necessary to safeguard freedom, or at least the left’s version of such.  

Gorbachev lamented that “the opportunities that existed after the end of the Cold War … were not used properly. We saw deterioration where there should have been positive movement toward a new world order.”  He continued: “We have crises: we are facing problems of the environment, of backwardness and poverty, of food shortages. All of these problems are because we do not have a system of global governance.”

Don’t let the rhetoric fool you.  There is no fundamental political or philosophical conflict between the power brokers of the East or West. Russia, just like the US, is beholden to globalist financiers through organizations like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Bank for International Settlements.  Russia’s “economic” advisor since 2013 is none other than Goldman Sachs who also has a very close relationship with the Ukrainian government.  And Putin, well he’s never let those “evil Western robber barons” stop him from borrowing billions every year from Western Banks.  

Putin met with Mr. World Order himself, former Secretary of State and National Security Advisor, Henry Kissinger, on a regular basis because they were “old friends.”  In a piece published in 2014, in the Wall Street Journal, headlined Henry Kissinger on the Assembly of a New World Order, Kissinger proposed the acceleration of efforts to impose global governance on humanity. He also essentially laid out the road map for such government by explaining that creating a global government overnight was impossible without first dividing up the world’s people and nations into various “regions” ruled by regional regimes first.  

When Putin took office in 2000, he and Kissinger became much more than just “old friends.”  Being held in high esteem in Putin’s reign got Kissinger an honorary doctorate in diplomacy and a job as head of a bilateral “working group” that dealt with foreign policy.  That group also included former KGB head and globalist General Yevgeny Primakov.

Clearly Putin is just another puppet pieces on the globalist chessboard, pitted against other puppets in the West in a grand theater designed to distract and divide the masses through chaos. As Kissinger points out – in crisis there is opportunity.

Zbigniew Brzezinski, Obama’s close friend and 2008 foreign policy campaign advisor, was also friends with Kissinger, although unlike Kissinger, he absolutely hated Russia, the country and the people.

As an advisor to five presidents, and member of both the Council on Foreign Relations and Trilateral Commission, Brzezinski in his book, Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era, elaborated on the ideology of a One World Government. He believed that eventually nation states would gradually yield sovereignty to a world government because “National sovereignty was no longer a viable concept…”  He believed that Marxism represents a “victory of the external, active man over the inner, passive man and a victory of reason over belief….”

In 1992, Joe Biden, then chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s European Affairs Subcommittee, published in the Wall Street Journal, “How I Learned to Love the New World Order.” In it he expressed a need for a “permanent commitment of a United Nations standing army and the destruction of national sovereignty in order to establish a world government.

As vice president, Joe Biden, at an Export-Import Bank conference, said that “the affirmative task we have now is to, um, create a new world order….”  The next year he told graduating cadets of the US Air Force Academy of 2014 that they had a window of opportunity in shaping a new world order for the 21st century.  At a 2017 World Economic Forum, Biden doubled down on the same theme and again in 2018 he coauthored with Michael Carpenter, Pushing the Great Reset, for an issue of Foreign Affairs.  It is clear to see that Biden is committed to world government.

The world’s elite want complete political homogenization and the end of sovereignty. They want a global currency with centralized economic control which is but a short hop to world government.  That’s why you hear heads of state from around the world and international bankers calling for the IMF to take charge of the global economic system and create a global currency.  But, in order for that to happen, the dollar must lose its world reserve status and collapse. 

Destruction of the dollar and the institution of a global economic bureaucracy is not something that can be executed openly by international financiers. It must coincide with an extreme catastrophe event, likely worse than the Great Depression; an event that will cause millions to lose the ability to financially support themselves and their families. The pandemic didn’t completely accomplish that goal. I can’t help but feel that the Russian/Ukraine side show very well might.

The ultimate plan is to use scapegoats and faux enemies to draw our attention away from the real culprits – international bankers.  Make no mistake, this fight is not about left-wing or right-wing politics or even our Federal Reserve.  These are just tools. 

Don’t be fooled by the global stage play.  There are only two sides in this battle: the elitist establishment and those smart enough to recognize their position.  Which side are you on?

“The powers of financial capitalism had a far-reaching aim….to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements….”  Carroll Quigley, Council on Foreign Relations member, elitist insider and mentor to Bill Clinton, in his book Tragedy and Hope

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