Posted originally on the conservative tree house on March 3, 2022 | Sundance
In a public tweet tonight, Senator Lindsey Graham calls for the assassination of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The propaganda push from the U.S. government is actually quite remarkable to watch unfold. I mean seriously, there’s a point when you don’t go all-in because there has to be an exit option. We are in very tenuous place, because no one is thinking about an off ramp…. it’s full speed ahead.
If Lindsey Graham, Joe Biden, NATO, the EU, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Word Economic Forum and the multinational corporations in this alliance of Public/Private geopolitical partnerships, succeed in the fight against Vladimir Putin – I promise you, we are not going to like the world on the other side of their victory.
A few weeks ago, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sent a clear and specific message to citizens in Canada when he sanctioned the trucker’s bank accounts. Joe Biden, NATO and EU are right now sending a clear message to the citizens of the world, as they sanction Putin’s bank accounts and the Russian economy.
If you can’t see the connection, you are not thinking carefully enough about it.
Everything will be different now.
Reverse the scenario a little. How would Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Tim Cook or Jeff Bezos feel if another country, perhaps China, decided to confiscate their wealth and yachts or whatever else they deemed to be wealth – including their business operation inside China, or India or any nation that wanted to curry favor with China – because we invaded Iraq, or Syria, or (fill_in_blank)?
Previously, these geopolitical sanctions would target government, not people, regardless of how rich they are or who they agreed with politically.
What we are seeing is a full-blown alignment of interests between globalist government and their partnered multinational corporations and financial institutions.
This is not a good thing to witness regardless of the outcome in Ukraine.
Think about the direct message and the implications here. Think about the world of multinational corporate compliance and how they will kneel to the dictates of political power in the aftermath of this current enterprise.
If this collective group of multinationals and government interests succeed in this approach, everything will change.
If you think corporations, Big Tech and Big Banks, et al, are controlling and politically motivated now? Good grief, just wait.
The global future being outlined in this NATO/EU/WEF strategy to use private industry as a weapon, is like the government attack on Canadian truckers/supporters taken to an exponential scale.
Now, overlay your pending requirement to walk around with a digital identity and you can see exactly how easy it will be to de-person, which is one layer higher than de-bank.
I mean seriously, think about this approach toward Vladimir Putin. What I just described above is our future if the globalists defeat Putin. Another question to ask yourself is – what happens if Putin wins?
How does the international assembly of government approach Russia in the aftermath? A G20 summit? Ha!
What do you think Putin and his allies like China, Iran, Saudi Arabia and possibly India, South Africa, Brazil will do now?
What globalist Rubicons are being crossed right now that can never be reversed?
The dollar lost as a global trade currency? The end of the petro-dollar? These are very real possibilities, perhaps even probabilities now.
The collective NATO/EU/WEF alliance is also all-in for their climate change “Build Back Better”, Great Reset. Meaning that collective group, of which the United States is an ideological member as a result of the current administration, is economically attached to a renewable energy pain. Russia, China, Iran and Saudi Arabia are not.
Half of the world will be stuck in the economic quagmire chasing windmills, solar power and renewable energy. Meanwhile Russia, China, Iran, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, and possibly Brazil, India and more will have a major strategic economic advantage by sticking with oil and gas.
There’s one super rich guy who can see this problem. Unfortunately, there is only one voice right now with the bravery to even begin to touch on the issue of corporations in bed with government as a bad thing. Ironically, that one guy is Elon Musk.
Elon Musk is like the long-term thinking person in the aftermath of 9/11 saying: