PUTIN JUST SAID IT
While anything Putin has to say is either completely ignored or manipulated to suit the prevailing narrative of a death eater hell bent on taking over the world (aka Hitler), it is always worth listening to what he actually has to say. That, by the way, is true regardless of one’s position on anything.
According to Putin, globalists including Schwab and his close advisors are “legitimate military targets” because they have been actively attempting to seize power illegally via a globalist coup d’etat.”
So what this looks like to me is that Davos man has been called out and specifically identified as a threat — a “legitimate military target.
This is actually not all that surprising. Consider that Davos man controls the financial architecture (SWIFT system, Western banking cartel, for example). They are also the same clutch of Malthusianist sociopaths at the head of organisations such as the IMF, World Bank, and WHO.
Consider that they’ve been at war with Russia (eliminating them from both SWIFT and the banking systems and refusing to accept the Sputnik vaccine by the WHO).
This brings up a topic that many have asked me about.
What about CBDCs? How do we escape them? I don’t think we do. I don’t think we can. They provide a technological platform which is frankly superior to the existing financial systems architecture, and so they’ll be used one way or another.
What I don’t believe, however, is that we’ll have uniformity across this. That is, of course, what Davos man wants. They want a one world government, a single CBDC, and an ability to control absolutely everything via these mechanisms. It should therefore be obvious that Russia poses a threat to this
utopian dystopian vision. As do any of its allies, of course.
While Davos man scrambles to put in place the techno surveillance state system which critically includes a CBDC but is insufficient without also a global “health pass” (they’re clearly not ready yet), the rest of the world and global South in particular see the writing on the wall and are rapidly moving away… as you would from a leper. And this brings us to the tool left to bring by sheer force all those recalcitrants back into the fold: the greenback. Weaponizing the dollar is the key, and with no other cards left to play, I think that we’ll likely see this take place.
Remember that about 90% of all cross border trades still have the greenback in play. Tightening monetary conditions may well cause pain in the US for consumers but even greater pain in emerging markets. Also remember the Fed don’t give two ishts in a bucket about people… or citizens of any country anywhere. They care solely about themselves and they see people simply as pawns on a chess board. Disposable where necessary.
I think therefore the outcome most likely is actually a strong dollar (albeit not in a straight line) with strong commodity (energy and metals) markets simultaneously.
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