Wednesday, October 29, 2014

CBN TV - CBN News Today: October 29, 2014

CBN TV - CBN News Today: October 29, 2014

Putin - Key Player In NWO

                                                  By Tom Olaga

It is no secret that Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, president of Russia since May 2012 and a former KGB boss, is viewed with a lot of mistrust and suspicion by the West. Political stand-offs pitting Putin against the United States and her allies have most recently been exemplified by the divergent positions taken primarily over the Ukraine and Syria, which further appear to have reinforced the long-held view that Putin is a threat to freedoms in the West and the rest of the ‘free world’. 
Many analysts seem to have concluded that Putin stands for a return to the aggressive and bullish hard-core communistic approaches and attitudes that were a core basis for the ‘Cold War’ between the capitalistic United States and the communistic former U.S.S.R.

On the surface, this does indeed seem to be the reality. Nonetheless, strange as it seems, both East and West are actually working towards the same end-goals using largely similar means. Concerns raised largely in the West with regards to the so called “New Cold War” is but a convenient smokescreen – diverting the world’s attention to the fact that Putin and his publicly accepted allies are actually working in tandem with the West towards one major mutual goal. 
That goal happens to be the establishment on a ‘New World Order’: a common euphemized expression for a system of political and economic global governance and control over humanity.

This view may seem somewhat far-fetched to many. However, Alex Newman, in his recent analysis published in presents observations in support of his controversial conclusions. Says Newman: “… Putin, a former KGB boss, is following precisely the strategies toward world order outlined openly by the same Western establishment he purportedly stands as a bulwark against. He often refers to his vision as the imposition of a new, “multi-polar” world order. But a growing amount of evidence shows that it is exactly the same order sought by globalist Western powerbrokers.”

Key examples of such powerbrokers highlighted by Newman include former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, ex-National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski (architect of David Rockefeller’s infamous Trilateral Commission), Rothschild dynasty protégé George Soros,and former general and CIA chief David Petraeus, a member of the globalist-minded Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberger group. Even UN boss Ban Ki-moon is said to be inclined toward the globalist agenda.

According to Newman, some key elements of the “New World Order” involve the following objectives and strategies:

• Divide the planet’s people and nations into massive “regions” ruled by supranational institutions — such as the European Union, which is now responsible for the bulk of European laws — virtually free of public control or oversight. 
• A coherent strategy to “establish a concept of order within the various regions and to relate these regional orders to one another”. 
• Progressive regionalization of power towards larger, more stable, more cooperative units while manufacturing and exploiting crises along the way. This should then result in strong regional groupings and better global governance.
• Building of truly global structures to eventually run the emerging “New World Order” as the regional blocs become integrated, suggesting co-ordination to an overall oversight and governing body such as the UN.
• The eventual creation of truly global monetary and financial governance. This would entail diluting and even crushing national sovereignty and ruling over diverse nations by bureaucratic decree via such entities as the European Union.
• Harmonized communities of economies, free trade zones and more sophisticated integration patterns geared towards major sectors such as industry, technology, energy sector, education and science.
• The creation of a stable international reserve currency disconnected from individual nations, thus removing the inherent deficiencies caused by using credit-based national currencies. The IMF “proto-global” currency known as “Special Drawing Rights,” or SDRs, have been touted as a useful starting point for a world currency.
• To develop and enhance the use of international legal courts such as the International Criminal Court (ICC) to centralize legal processes.
• Use of such entities as the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and Financial Services Board (FSB) for global “financial policing”.
• Global governance under the UN, with everything from terror and “global warming” to “human rights” enforcement being dealt with by the UN.
• Exploitation of competition or even wars between regional super-regimes to dramatically accelerate the quest for global government by bringing about “a sudden transformation in national attitudes sufficient for the purpose”, via a series of sudden, nasty, and traumatic shocks, the aftermath of which would be managed and controlled by the UN.

Putin’s aggression is said to be fuelling counteractive Western integration via the EU, NATO, and the “transatlantic partnership”, but also pursuing a “New World Order” via the regionalization approach. Putin’s initial intention to bring about the “Eurasian Economic Union,” comprising Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan, later followed by other former Soviet regimes in the region, particularly members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Putin denies that his goal is a rebirth of the USSR, instead writing that: “We suggest a powerful supranational association capable of becoming one of the poles in the modern world and serving as an efficient bridge between Europe and the dynamic Asia-Pacific region. 
Alongside other key players and regional structures, such as the European Union, the United States, China and APEC, the Eurasian Union will help ensure global sustainable development… we believe that a solution might be found in devising common approaches from the bottom up, first within the existing regional institutions, such as the EU, NAFTA, APEC, ASEAN inter alia, before reaching an agreement in a dialogue between them…these are the integration bricks that can be used to build a more sustainable global economy.”

Newman also points out that Putin has been pursuing the “regionalization” approach to the new world order not only in Eurasia but on the other side of the Atlantic, forming a key alliance with US competitor Xi Jinping of communist China, as well as touting multiple integration schemes as partners in his efforts — especially the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), which includes all governments in the Americas except the United States and Canada.

Other “integration formations” that Putin has expressed public interest in include: the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), the Common Market of the South (Mercosur), the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA), the Pacific Alliance, the Central American Integration System (SICA), and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The Putin/Jinping partnership also reportedly hopes to rope in the socialist- and communist-minded BRICS regimes — Brazil, Russia,India, China, and South Africa.

Newman concludes: “Finally, Putin’s globalist and establishment credentials hardly preclude the orchestration of a real war between “East” and “West” at some point, particularly if America cannot be induced to surrender its sovereignty to a global regime. Indeed, more than a few analysts have suggested that another World War between the two sides may be in the cards as a way of accelerating the move toward global government”.

Putin’s aggressive expansionist predispositions and belligerent attitudes, coupled with Russia’s rush to nuclear stockpiling, is rapidly setting the stage for just such a scenario. Consider the following recent developments:

• A recent edition of The Washington Times pointed out that for the first time, Russia has more deployed nuclear warheads than the United States, according to the latest numbers released by the State Department. 
• Putin has threatened to retaliate against US strikes in Syria, according to a WND report if her interests are threatened by the strikes. recently reported that Russia has been conducting military tests targeted directly at the United States, as though preparing for an imminent war between the two superpowers – although clearly the advantage sits with Russia, based on known factors.

They say actions speak louder than words. Clearly Putin is ready to do whatever it takes to remain a major player in the “New World Order” and certainly at the expense of the United States of America. The writing is on the wall