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WATCH: “No Russia, no world!” – World Order 2018

UPDATE March 30 2018: Uploaded to Youtube by Vesti. This is our third version of this film

“World Order 2018” is a new documentary movie by TV host, Vladimir Soloviev, in which he discusses with Russia’s President Putin all the major events of the past few years: the Syrian situation, the destruction of the Middle East, the expansion of NATO, the immigration crisis in Europe, the destabilisation of Eastern Ukraine and the situation in Crimea, US-Russian relations, and of course the nuclear arms race. They also touch on topics rarely answered by world leaders: the eradication of national identities, the re-writing of history, and the essence of the Holocaust.

The film is 1.5 hours long, so make sure you put some time aside, instead of your next Netflix doc!  If you’re specifically looking for the quote in the title – it’s at 1:22:00.


  1. Thank you for presenting this
    It goes to confirming my opinion that Putin is the best Leader the Russian people have ever had.

  2. A short version:

    • Been removed by Vimeo. We’re trying to find a different version

      • Morris says

        Where can I find the movie now? Is it somewhere to download?

  3. Deb says

    Watched last night and very good to listen to Putin. He makes a good impression with his vast knowledge of events past and present. The scenes of Moscow too, wow, what a city would love to go there on day . Thanks for making this available to watch .

  4. Donald Trump and his flip flop sycophants (lets not forget that Trump was a joke to these people before his election and to many of us he still is) like Theresa May and Macron are intellectual pygmies compared to both Putin and Lavrov. It’s no surprise that youtube doesn’t want us to see the translated versions of his discussions and speeches. Clearly, all he asks for is that other nations play by the rules and don’t try to pull a fast one on him. This is asking too much of a crooked businessman and the dithering embarrassment of a Prime Minister we have. Increased sanctions placed on Russia are not based on evidence, they are just part of a very shabby smear campaign on Russia but the bad news for them is that the public don’t seem to believe it.
    It turns out that according to the BBC:

    ‘Some 220 police officers from 16 forces, 80 ambulance staff, 50 fire officers, 200 armed forces personnel and 250 specialist officers have so far been deployed as part of the investigation, Wiltshire Police said.’

    This should be what really angers the public. While officers don’t even bother turning up for burglaries anymore and the ambulance service is on its knees, we have hundreds of both services tied up with this. Let’s also not forget, this victim was a spy. It’s the nature of the career he chose that this attack was a possibility.

  5. robjira says

    Thanks for posting; I’m alarmed to learn it’s blocked on YouTube.

    • Yes, but let’s note that it’s blocked only on English language. On Russian no – it’s available. In doing this, they won’t let Western people to see the film, and to know the information. This is a pure cencorship. Or, i don’t even know how to call it…

      Btw, this is not new. There’s a very popular youtube channel in Russia, it’s called “Golos Germanii” (“Voice of Germany”) –

      This channel just translate (i.e. it don’t give a personal opinion or smth else – just translation) various videos from German TV (speeches of politicians, journalists etc.). The channel translate videos from German language on Russian language, and thus let Russian people to know what’s going on in Germany.

      But youtube block many “hot” videos (socially sharp/important, or severely criticizing the German government) on “Voice of Germany” channel. I mean, the original video on German language is NOT blocked on youtuve, but the same video just translated to Russian language is blocked.
      How you like that?

      Chicken bastards. They’re afraid people will know the information.

      • robjira says

        Thanks for the clarification, but now I’m even more alarmed.

      • Mikalina says

        And that’s the reason your translations are so important. Thanks for the work you put into this. I think one of the reasons the Government of the UK don’t want the World Cup to happen is that ordinary British people will speak to ordinary Russians and see that we are all just people.

    • YouTube has gone utterly mad censoring thousands of videos. The censorship that’s going on is very, very alarming. When you click the link to the censored video you always get the bullshit message, “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s policy on harassment and bullying.” 1984 here we come!

  6. Mikalina says

    Wow. He gets my vote. We have no-one in leadership that comes anywhere close.

    I can’t help thinking what the world would be like if we worked together instead of against each other. UK/UK/EU philosophy is win-lose, whereas Russia is win-win.

  7. Guest says

    Thanks for the interpretation Alaffcreator

    The title as it stands on the film is awful
    Your explanation is much better
    I wish iMessage would change it.
    Sometimes titles are done for click bait and give the wrong impression

    • That picture with nuclear mushroom is also awful and does not match the meaning of the movie. I don’t know why they decided to use it. Maybe, as you said, for click bait..
      You know, people like this kind of stuff – horrifying, shocking pictures.

  8. There’s some inaccuracy in the title. It can embarrass the reader and make him think that Putin says smth like “There will be no Russia – there will be no World!”, i.e. smth like this – “if you will not let us to live – we will destroy all of you”.
    This is totally wrong.

    Actually Putin said not “No Russia, no world!”, but “<e,>If there will be no Russia in the World, then why should we (i.e. Russians) have such a world?“. It correlates with the phrase, for example, “if there is no love in the world, then why should we have such a world?” or when lovers say to each other “if there is no you in the world – why should I have such a world?”.
    That’s the point.

    • Ricsi Vince says

      Well explained,tiles can mislead and misdirect so easily and sometimes with deliberation.

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