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Vladimir Putin Traitor to the New World Order

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posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 06:41 PM
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Watched part 1 and 2 last night and I have to say there is some very interesting information here. I don't know who secretkeyactivator is but if this person isn't some crack pot, they've got my attention. I'll be looking into the rest of the holographic disclosure series.

A quick summary regarding the video is that Putin is basically messing with the Kabal and thwarting their attempt for a NWO. Russia is the last standing empire which the global elite banksters haven't been able to topple and recruit into their scheme. He's a chess master and right now (if the theory is correct) we should be thanking him for calling the elite out. Don't know what else I can add seeing it was yesterday I watched but check it out.




posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 06:45 PM
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a reply to: FlySolo

from what i understand is that he is not "opposed" to a NWO , but the way he talks about it seems as if the US would be the "god head" of the NWO and he does not agree with that .


that's what i picked of from his speech anyway.


walsh
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posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 06:49 PM
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originally posted by: FlySolo
Russia is the last standing empire which the global elite banksters haven't been able to topple and recruit into their scheme.


You're kidding, right?

Corruption in Russia


Corruption in Russia is a significant problem that impacts the lives of Russia's citizens. Corruption has penetrated all levels of government and most other aspects of life in Russia. Transparency International has ranked Russia 127th in its recently published 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index.[1] The previous year, Russia was ranked 133rd and in 2011 143rd. It's difficult to say if this improvement is a result of effective anticorruption measures taken by the Russian government but, according to economist Alexandra Kalinina, despite the improved score, corruption in Russia remains "not a problem, but a business".

The spread of corruption in contemporary Russia[edit]
A notable worsening of this ranking for Russia – from 90th place to 126th – occurred at the beginning of Vladimir Putin's second term as president; a drop of 36 places in only one year. An equally pessimistic picture emerges from the estimates of the average size of bribes which has substantially increased over the last five years. For example, according to the Interior Ministry’s Department for Combating Economic Crimes, the average bribe amounted to 9,000 Rubles in 2008; 23,000 Rubles in 2009; 61,000 rubles in 2010; and 236,000 rubles in 2011. In other words, the average bribe in 2011 was 26 times greater than the average bribe in 2008, many times the inflation rate for the same period.[2] According to Sergei Ivanov, the Kremlin chief of staff, the most corrupt spheres in Russia (in terms of household corruption) are healthcare, education, housing and communal services.[3] In comparison, independent experts from RBC magazine name law-enforcement agencies (including the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate) as the most corrupt sphere in Russia, which is followed by healthcare, education, housing and communal services, and social security services.[4] At the government level, however, the five top areas for corruption are as follows: Government contracts and purchases; Issuance of permits and certificates; Law-enforcement agencies; Land distribution and land relations; Construction.



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posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 06:50 PM
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I know its controversial but I really like Putin. I may not agree with everything he has pulled but he is a true leader. He has balls. While the west is run by corporate interests and central banks, he seems to stand up for his people and what he believes in.



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 06:53 PM
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a reply to: deuceawesome

Is that all a leader needs to gain widespread approval?

Let us all forget corruption, let us worship him for his charismatic speeches?



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 06:54 PM
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originally posted by: swanne

originally posted by: FlySolo
Russia is the last standing empire which the global elite banksters haven't been able to topple and recruit into their scheme.


You're kidding, right?

Corruption in Russia


Corruption in Russia is a significant problem that impacts the lives of Russia's citizens. Corruption has penetrated all levels of government and most other aspects of life in Russia. Transparency International has ranked Russia 127th in its recently published 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index.[1] The previous year, Russia was ranked 133rd and in 2011 143rd. It's difficult to say if this improvement is a result of effective anticorruption measures taken by the Russian government but, according to economist Alexandra Kalinina, despite the improved score, corruption in Russia remains "not a problem, but a business".

The spread of corruption in contemporary Russia[edit]
A notable worsening of this ranking for Russia – from 90th place to 126th – occurred at the beginning of Vladimir Putin's second term as president; a drop of 36 places in only one year. An equally pessimistic picture emerges from the estimates of the average size of bribes which has substantially increased over the last five years. For example, according to the Interior Ministry’s Department for Combating Economic Crimes, the average bribe amounted to 9,000 Rubles in 2008; 23,000 Rubles in 2009; 61,000 rubles in 2010; and 236,000 rubles in 2011. In other words, the average bribe in 2011 was 26 times greater than the average bribe in 2008, many times the inflation rate for the same period.[2] According to Sergei Ivanov, the Kremlin chief of staff, the most corrupt spheres in Russia (in terms of household corruption) are healthcare, education, housing and communal services.[3] In comparison, independent experts from RBC magazine name law-enforcement agencies (including the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate) as the most corrupt sphere in Russia, which is followed by healthcare, education, housing and communal services, and social security services.[4] At the government level, however, the five top areas for corruption are as follows: Government contracts and purchases; Issuance of permits and certificates; Law-enforcement agencies; Land distribution and land relations; Construction.




That doesn't tie him to the central banks, just corruption within his own ranks. How is that any different than lobbyists in the west? In newspeak lobbyists are an acceptable part of politics, not corruption.Corruption is rife everywhere.



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 06:56 PM
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originally posted by: swanne
a reply to: deuceawesome

Is that all a leader needs to gain widespread approval?

Let us all forget corruption, let us worship him for his charismatic speeches?


Why are you so hung up on corruption? Name me one government that is not corrupt? Its human nature.



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 06:56 PM
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originally posted by: swanne
a reply to: deuceawesome

Is that all a leader needs to gain widespread approval?

Let us all forget corruption, let us worship him for his charismatic speeches?


Seems to be working for Obama!

Not that I disagree with your point, but it appears to work.....



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 07:00 PM
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originally posted by: seeker1963

originally posted by: swanne
a reply to: deuceawesome

Is that all a leader needs to gain widespread approval?

Let us all forget corruption, let us worship him for his charismatic speeches?


Seems to be working for Obama!

Not that I disagree with your point, but it appears to work.....


Obama just reads his scripts and points his finger around. I really thought he was a polished speaker when he moved up to the ranks. Of course I was wrong.

I read excerpts from some of the talking points of the G20 meeting in Australia. Putin made some very valid points against the west. Hard to disagree with a lot of the things he said. He brings up a lot of the same points that are made on the "alternative" discussion forums that we all read.



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 07:02 PM
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a reply to: swanne

I think you really missed my point. The video is 20 min, watch it first.



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 07:03 PM
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a reply to: FlySolo
Surly you would need to add China to the list of countries standing up to the NWO and not just leave Putin on his own.

In the world you need balance and once that is gone then people will learn just what the term "Useless Eater" means if they don't already know.



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 07:06 PM
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a reply to: FlySolo

Hay, "THEY" have to have someone to kick off the depopulation of the world, why not a country and man like Putin who have nothing to loose.

I still don't understand why "THEY" would want to nuke the planet when genetic bio weapons are here now...if you want utopia, you can't nuke the planet.



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 07:16 PM
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If Vlad is the traitor to the NWO then we're screwed.

Also, Russia is a victim of the same banking and business cartels as everywhere else.

I get the feeling that Russia is putting on theatrics to make the world believe that the nations actually differ at this point and we're all not completely yoked to every other nation through corporations and centralized banking. Seems like a dramatic performance, man deserves an Oscar.



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 07:25 PM
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I still don't understand why "THEY" would want to nuke the planet when genetic bio weapons are here now...if you want utopia, you can't nuke the planet.

This is why they need to dominate the world first else the other side would nuke them for killing all the slaves.

Slaves cost money you know to school, train and indoctrinate and mine are making me a profit just now in our low paid economy so cull yours because they are too old, need pensions and won't work for nothing but don't kill mine just yet.

genetic bio weapons that gets spread by nano tech but who's going to look after the old nuclear power stations or do you think machines will be doing that ?



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 07:30 PM
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originally posted by: VirusGuard
a reply to: FlySolo
Surly you would need to add China to the list of countries standing up to the NWO and not just leave Putin on his own

In the world you need balance and once that is gone then people will learn just what the term "Useless Eater" means if they don't already know.


China is with nobody. They can deal with anyone since no other nations can offer a billion slaves and keep 2 sets of books.

Putin is trying to run a country. He is king in his land. His counterparts from most other nations are salesmen, working for the central banks that Putin will not give up his country to.

Obama, Harper, what ever a-hole they have in the UK and Australia right now, are not on Putin's level. Putin can deal, the rest of these goofs have to run back to their handlers if a conversation goes off script.

I am sure Putin would be more than compensated for turning Russia over to the cartel... but he doesn't.



posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 07:36 PM
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Look, I'm most definitely not some "rah rah" pro west propaganda officer, but REALLY? You think Russia (or China for that matter, probably even more ridiculous, imo) have the best interest of the global population in mind? That they are some type of protagonist against the global order in place at the moment? They are PART of the current world order - and very influential players in global affairs, and the current state of our global society.

As for the whole depopulation nonsense - they (those in power) NEED the population growth - our society absolutely DEPENDS on it. There is no way for the "elite" to live comfortably with a miniscule population, it wouldn't work, if most of the worlds population died, everything will come to a screeching halt, and I mean everything. There have been accusations of planned depopulation since before my birth, yet somehow in my short lifetime, we added more then 3 billion people to our global population, with exponential population growth at around 1-1.5% per year.



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 01:44 AM
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a reply to: FlySolo

Ah. Secret key activator. Always enjoyed his vids. Haven't watched any in years, thanks for posting. Even if I don't agree with what he presents, his vids are always well made and make you think.



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 02:34 AM
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He just better not piss off Hillary..

It'll look like suicide.



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 02:59 AM
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a reply to: lernmore

He'll wish he wasn't born...



posted on Nov, 20 2014 @ 03:11 AM
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i wouldn't exactly say hes against the "NWO". his actions would make one assume that he is, yet what we see is an ex KGB agent in russia, a socialist elected as president of brazil, and china (nuff said). its always possible that they are just playing games. controlled opposition and all that. this is just conjecture but i wouldn't rule it out.
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