Multipolar World Order – Part 4

Iain Davis

Part 1 of this series looked at the various models of world order.

Part 2 examined how the shift towards the multipolar world order has been led by some surprising characters.

Part 3 explored the history of the idea of a world ordered as a “balance of power,” or multipolar system. Those who have advocated this model over the generations have consistently sought the same goal: global governance.

In Part 4 we will consider the theories underpinning the imminent multipolar order, the nature of Russia and China’s public-private oligarchies and the emergence of these two nations’ military power.

The Wider Context of the Ukraine War

There is no evidence to suggest that the war in Ukraine is, in any sense, “fake.” The political and cultural differences among the populace of Ukraine are older than the nation-state, and the current conflict is rooted in long-standing and very real tensions. People are suffering and dying, and they deserve the chance to live in peace.

Yet, beyond the specific factors that led to and have perpetuated the conflict in Ukraine, there is a wider context that also deserves discussion.

The so-called leaders in the West and in the East have had ample opportunity and power to bring both sides in the Donbas war to the negotiating table. Their attempts to broker ceasefires and to implement the various Minsk agreements over the years were weak and half-hearted. Both sides, it seems, chose instead to play politics with Ukrainian lives. And both sides ultimately fuelled the conflict.

The West has done little but exacerbate the situation. And, though it faced a tough economic choice, the Russian government could certainly have leveraged its commanding position in the European energy market to better effect.

If, that is, avoiding war were the objective.

Whatever else it is, the war in Ukraine is the fulcrum for a transition in the balance of geopolitic power. Like the pseudopandemic that immediately preceded it, the war is accelerating the polarity shift.

UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace was right to observe that the Ukraine war is “a gift to NATO.” Just as the West has delivered the Russian government’s monetary policy to them, so Putin’s administration has rescued NATO from vanishing relevance. Both poles are strengthened, if for different reasons.

At the same time the European Union (EU) is capitalising on both the war and the sanctions it imposed in order to reinvigorate its push towards EU military unification.

The UK is involved in this push, even though in 2016 its population elected, via referendum, to leave the EU, specifically because a majority of voters did not want to give “national sovereignty” away to the union leadership.

But, as we can see, it doesn’t matter what the people vote for or against. Despite having supposedly left the EU, the UK’s newly unelected Prime Minister has just signed up the UK as a “Third State,” bound by Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) agreements, under the direct military command of Brussels. As the UK partly hands its independent defence capability to the EU, it is playing its part in assisting the emergence of another pole.

The International Monetary and Financial System (IMFS), which has thus far underwritten unipolar domination, is being transformed now that it’s reaching the end of its life cycle. Economic growth is being deliberately stifled in the West via sanctions but encouraged in the East. Energy flows and consumption patterns are being redirected eastward. Simultaneously, effective military power is being “rebalanced.”

During the pseudopandemic, we saw much evidence of global coordination. Most unusually, almost every government acted in lockstep. China, the US, Russia, Germany, Iran, the UK and many other nations followed the same false narrative. All participated in shutting down global supply chains and limiting world trade. Most countries assiduously heeded the World Economic Forum’s preferred path of global “regionalisation.” The few that resisted were considered international pariahs.

What has happened since then? We’re told the war in Ukraine has reintroduced the same old East-vs-West division that most of us are more familiar with. Yet in nearly every other significant way nations remain strangely in total agreement. It seems The war in Ukraine is practically the only dispute.

Multipolar Theory

The proposed multipolar world order does not constitute a defence of the nation-state. We have already discussed how the multipolar model dovetails quite precisely with the “Great Reset” (GR) agenda, so it should come as little surprise that multipolar theory also rejects the suggested Westphalian concept of national sovereignty.

Russia has numerous think tanks and GONGOs (government organized non-governmental organizations). Just as in the West, these are funded and influenced by both the public and private sectors, working in partnership. As noted by the Swedish Defense Research Agency, Russian think tank funding “part comes from the government and the rest from private actors and clients, usually big business.”

Katehon is the “independent” think tank established by Russian oligarch Konstantin Malofyev (Malofeev), who has been sanctioned by the US since 2014 for his support of Ukrainian Russians, first in Crimea and then in the Donbas. The Katehon board includes Sergey Glazyev, the economist and politician who is the current Commissioner of Macroeconomic Integration for the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).

In 2018, Katehon pointed out that, despite all talk to the contrary, multipolarity had largely been defined as opposition to unipolarity. That is, expressed in terms of what it isn’t rather than what it is. Katehon sought to rectify this, offering its Theory of the Multipolar World (TWM):

Multipolarity does not coincide with the national model of world organization according to the logic of the Westphalian system. [. . .] This Westphalian model assumes full legal equality between all sovereign states. In this model, there are as many poles of foreign policy decisions in the world as there are sovereign states [. . .] and all of international law is based on it. In practice, of course, there is inequality and hierarchical subordination between various sovereign states. [. . .] The multipolar world differs from the classical Westphalian system by the fact that it does not recognize the separate nation-state, legally and formally sovereign, to have the status of a full-fledged pole. This means that the number of poles in a multipolar world should be substantially less than the number of recognized (and therefore, unrecognised) nation-states. Multipolarity is not a system of international relations that insists upon the legal equality of nation-states[.]

The unipolar world doesn’t protect the nation-state any more than the multipolar model does, Katehon observed. According to Katehon, the Westphalian model, in its application, has always been a myth. We might say it is just another “idea” political leaders peddle to delude us into accepting the policy goals they create. They occasionally exploit “nationalism” because it is useful.


In their efforts to cast Vladimir Putin as a comic book villain, the Western mainstream media (MSM) has attempted to personally link him to the controversial Russian political-philosopher and strategist Aleksandre Dugin. They have labelled Dugin Putin’s Rasputin or Putin’s “brain” and have alleged that Putin considers Dugin a close ally and his favourite philosopher.

There was never any foundation to these stories, however. Speaking in 2018, Dugin said

“I do not hold an official position within the state apparatus. I don’t have a direct line with Putin, I’ve never even met him.”

In 2022, the Western MSM’s allegations prompted Alain de Benoist, Dugin’s political and philosophical collaborator and friend of more than 30 years, to observe:

Putin’s “brain!” The fact that Dugin and Putin have never met once face-to-face is a good measure of the seriousness of those who use this expression. [. . .] Dugin undoubtedly knows Putin’s entourage well, but he was never one of his intimates or his “special advisers.” [. . .] The book he wrote a few years ago on Putin is far from being an exercise in admiration: Dugin on the contrary explains both what he approves of in Putin and what he dislikes.

Although Dugin has no special relationship with the Kremlin, this doesn’t mean his ideas aren’t influential there. He has acted as an advisor to the Chairman of the State Duma, Sergey Naryshkin, and to the Chairman of the State Duma, Gennadiy Seleznyov, so he certainly has political connections and is heard by the Russian political class.

Dugin is perhaps the leading modern voice for Eurasianism. In a 2014 interview, he explained his interpretation of both Eurasianism and its place within multipolarity this way:

Eurasianism is based on the multipolar vision and on the rejection of the unipolar vision of the continuation of American hegemony. The pole of this multipolarism is not the national state or the ideological bloc, but rather the great space (Grossraum) strategically united within the borders of a common civilization. The typical great space[s] [are] Europe, the unified USA, Canada and Mexico, or united Latin America, Greater China, Greater India, and in our case Eurasia.[. . .] The multipolar vision recognizes integration on the basis of a common civilization. [. . .] Putin’s foreign policy is centred on multipolarity and the Eurasian integration which is necessary to create a truly solid pole.

Neither the oligarchs nor the global political class are deluded enough to believe that they can simply commend one political philosophy or another, or one cultural ideology or another, and thereby control the behaviour and beliefs of humanity. There will always be the need for some Machiavellian skulduggery.

Putin has frequently espoused Eurasianist ideas. Conversely, Dugin is among those who have criticised Putin for his lack of a clear ideology:

He must translate his individual intuition into a doctrine intended to secure the future order. He just doesn’t have a declared ideology, and that’s becoming more and more problematic. Every Russian feels that Putin’s hyper-individual approach poses a huge risk.

In 2011, Putin announced his plan to create the Eurasian Union, much to the delight of Dugin and other the Eurasianists like Malofyev and Glazyev. Putin published an accompanying article:

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. [. . . .] It is clear today that the 2008 global crisis was structural in nature. We still witness acute reverberations of the crisis that was rooted in accumulated global imbalances. [. . .] Thus, our integration project is moving to a qualitatively new level, opening up broad prospects for economic development and creating additional competitive advantages. This consolidation of efforts will help us establish ourselves within the global economy and trade system and play a real role in decision-making, setting the rules and shaping the future.

Alexander Dugin

Putin pointed towards a global crisis that led to the claimed need for a supranational body that could act as a pole for decision-making in a global system based upon a balance of power. What he said follows a pattern; all those who extol global governance have used the same rhetorical trick.

This pattern is currently being repeated again. Irrespective of any other beliefs he may hold, Putin’s commitment to resetting the global polity is clear.

Eurasianism renders the Russian Federation a “partner” within a wider union. Currently the Eurasian Union only exists in the economic sense, and Russia is overwhelmingly dominant within it. Similarly, Russia’s permanent position in the UN Security Council affords Russia relative dominance within the UN.

Nonetheless, while the Russian government may hope to benefit from such unions and councils, by forming “poles” in a multipolar system and setting policies influenced by ideas like Eurasianism, it has diluted and declared a plan to eventually cede Russian “national sovereignty” to the union—to the pole. Putin’s pursuit of Eurasianism and multipolarity doesn’t necessarily indicate anything other than pragmatism. Nor does it represent a defence of the Russian nation-state.

We can only guess, but Putin’s preference for Eurasianism and multipolarity is unlikely to be rooted in any particular ideology. Rather, it serves a purpose, providing his government and its partners a bigger stake in “the game.”


Putin’s notion of “Eurasian integration” jibes with the Chinese ideology of “tianxia,” which can be translated as “everything under heaven.” In Chinese antiquity, tianxia placed the empire at the pinnacle of a global moral hierarchy. Confucian universal care dictates that a civilised state cares for its own, first and foremost, but cannot consider itself civilised if it doesn’t care for others, too.

Other states are considered civilised if they care for their citizens and barbaric if they don’t. Therefore, all civilised states should care more for the interests of other peaceful and civilised states than they do for the needs or desires of barbaric states. Consequently, bonds are naturally formed between caring states, creating a kind of organic geopolitical order, as each state places its own people at the centre of a network of civilised relationships.

In tianxia, the practice of Confucian universal care also operates within all institutions that comprise a state. For instance, civilised individuals naturally care for their families and their immediate communities more than they care for people outside those circles. However, no one is to act selfishly at the expense of other citizens, no matter where they reside, without falling into barbarism themselves.

This is a model of state that is not based upon ethnic or “blood” ties or even national borders, but rather upon a hierarchical system of morality.

Tianxia has been promoted by a few Western commentators as a “beautiful” idea. Like a philosophical Mandelbrot set it suggests a perfect moral symmetry at both at the micro and the macro scale. The multipolar world order, supposedly with tianxia at its heart, is therefore recommended as a wonderful new model of global governance and is frequently described as “win, win cooperation.”

Academics like Professors Zhao Tingyang and Xiang Lanxin have said that the global adoption of tianxia would establish a “post-Westphalian world.” This view stems from their assessment that the Westphalian order is ideologically stagnant, limited to nothing more than an expedient balance of power system wherein “might is right.”

The criticism from these tianxian scholars is not a fair reflection of the moral precepts expressed by the Peace of Westphalia—treaties that extolled the Christian values of forgiveness, tolerance and peaceful cooperation. The scholars’ assessment is, however, a reasonable appraisal of the actual conduct of Western states that only pretend to honour Westphalian principles.

Professor Lanxin points out that China “has no ontological tradition.” That is, philosophically tianxia doesn’t ask “what is this?” but rather “what path does this suggest?” If tianxia were applied to China’s strategic foreign policy, it would be ambivalent to ideas like national sovereignty.

Much like the moral foundations of Westphalian international relations, tianxia is professed but not practised. Currently, for example, China is arming the UAE and the Saudi regimes to wage war in Yemen and is also stealing Yemen’s natural resources. Is this tianxia? Where is the “win” for the Yemeni people in China’s behaviour?

The drawback of noble ideas is that they can be exploited by hard-nosed geostrategists to sell any policy agenda they like. The theories of tianxia and Eurasianism provide a grounding for multipolarity. The philosophy isn’t the problem, it is its exploitation by the engineers of multipolar global governance.

They don’t care what the intent of an idea is. They care only how they can use that ideology or philosophy to justify their actions if anyone asks. If philosophical thought suggests some useful strategies, all the better.

When global governance over a multipolar system is the goal, then tianxia, like Eurasianism, certainly is “beautiful.”

Consider the words of Professor Zhou:

[Some are] concerned that tianxia would lead to “Pax Sinica” replacing “Pax Americana.” However, this concern is misplaced because under tianxia, there would be no place for a king — the system itself is king. In this sense, it would be a bit like Switzerland, where various language groups (French, German, Italian, Romansh) and local cantons all coexist in a commonwealth of roughly equal parts where the center in Bern is essentially a coordination point with a rotating president whose power is so constrained that some Swiss citizens can’t even name the person occupying the post.

Tianxia relegates the political voice of the people to an irrelevance. It is multipolar, defining political power as a networked system that is not limited by national sovereignty or unipolar authority but rather operates “constrained” centres of power. For those who manipulate geopolitics covertly, it is perfect: the system itself is king.

Tianxia may be a serene philosophy, but what really matters is how the theory is applied to policy. The 2017 authorised publication titled Forge Ahead under the Guidance of General Secretary Xi Jinping’s Thought on Diplomacy by China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi gives us a glimpse of the kind of thing China’s political class and others call “win, win cooperation.”

Xi Jinping […] puts forward new propositions on security, development and global governance. […] Xi Jinping […] has underscored China’s role and contribution to world peace and development and to upholding the international order. […] China has […] played a leading role in the Asia-Pacific cooperation, the G20’s transformation and the course of economic globalization[.]

[…] China has promoted the establishment of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the Silk Road Fund and the BRICS New Development Bank, and has taken an active part in the formulation of rules governing such emerging areas as marine and polar affairs, cyberspace, nuclear security and climate change.

[…] The [Belt and Road] initiative has been widely commended for lending impetus to global growth and boosting confidence in economic globalization.

[…] We have taken an active part […] and worked with other countries to tackle global challenges such as terrorism, climate change, cyber security and refugees. […] We advocated the formulation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and became the first country to release its national plan on implementation.

It turns out that the alleged application of tianxia means upholding the international order, international financial and monetary system reform, Agenda 2030, counterterrorism, controlling human capital, exercising global cybersecurity, economic globalization and, of course, global governance.

It seems Xi Jinping’s tianxia-inspired “thoughts” are just the same as the thoughts of the Rockefellers, Vladimir Putin, Klaus Schwab and all other members of the multipolar sales team.

Russia – The Fusion of the Public-Private Oligarchy

The Russian government and its think tanks and and oligarchs are not alone in advocating a “regionalized” world of poles. With its five “groups,” a nascent multipolar world order already exists in the form of the G20. The G20’s enthusiasm for a single global tax system demonstrates the intention to move toward a much firmer system of global governance.

Previously we noted that Putin purged the oligarch collaborators of the West in fairly short succession after becoming President. Much has been written about his war against the “5th columnists.” This often infers that Putin is somehow opposed to the power of oligarchs. That isn’t true at all.

The Russian government has no problem with people making huge amounts of money and then using it to exercise political power. It is just that political power must promote the Russian government’s aspirations.

In fact, one of the perks of being in Putin’s circle is the opportunity to become fabulously wealthy. We have already discussed the obscene levels of wealth inequality in Russia, particularly in terms of its concentration in the hands of the oligarchs. Putin hasn’t put an end to this elitism; he has facilitated it on a grand scale.

To put the matter in perspective: when Putin became President in 1999—that is, “elected” in 2000—there were a handful of Russian billionaires and oligarchs. Today, according to Forbes, there are more than 100.

Perhaps it is just another coincidence, but the sanctions have provided an impetus for Russian oligarchs living overseas to return to the motherland, a trend that has effectively strengthened the Kremlin’s bond with its oligarch “partners.”

In 1999, Putin inherited a Russian economy that had been holed out. Between 1999 and 2014, he oversaw a remarkable Russian economic recovery. Living standards improved significantly, GDP rose from $200 billion in 1999 to $2.2 trillion in 2014.

Putin led Russia from the 20th largest economy in the world to the 7th (now 11th). It seems that luck—or price fixing!—may have played a part in this apparent economic miracle. Russia’s GDP growth tracks the global oil price quite precisely.

While the Russian people benefited from some of this growth, fuelling a consumer boom, the same period also saw a huge increase in wealth inequality. A new class of Russian oligarchs hoovered up a disproportionate share of Russia’s national wealth. During his 2000 campaign to be formally anointed as President, when a radio journalist asked Putin how he would define “oligarch” and what he thought of them, he said:

[The] fusion of power and capital — there will be no oligarchs of this kind as a class.

Once secured in power, though, Putin’s team constructed a crony capitalist regime that is the epitome of the “fusion of power and capital.” He and his entourage effectively inverted the Western model of oligarch control, where capital is converted into political power. In Russia, political power enables the accumulation of capital, creating an almost unique class of oligarchs.

Gazprom, the world’s largest publicly listed gas company, provides a case study demonstrating how the Russian oligarchy functions.

Dmitry Medvedev and Alexei Miller worked in St Petersburg alongside Putin during the 1990s. Medvedev was the mayoral campaign manager for Anatoly Sobchak, who subsequently co-authored the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Putin was an advisor and then deputy to Sobchak. Miller served on the mayor’s Committee for External Relations.

When Putin became President, he gave Medvedev the highest civil service rank in Russia and made Miller the Deputy Minister of Energy.

Meanwhile, Putin decreed that Gazprom was a “national champion”—meaning a “private” corporation the Russian government considers essential to the Russian economy. Through various funds, the Russian government retained its 50.2% controlling interest in Gazprom, which makes Gazprom a public-private partnership.

Putin appointed Medvedev and Miller to the Gazprom board. Medvedev acted as chairman until 2008, when he was selected as the nominal President of the Russian Federation, while Putin temporarily acted as Prime Minister for a few years. Miller was appointed as Gazprom CEO in 2001 and is still in that post.

In 2006, Gazprom released the construction cost of its Altay pipeline from West Siberia to China. The same year it also released the expenditure figures for its Gryazovets-Vyborg pipeline. The per-kilometer cost of the Gryazovets-Vyborg pipeline was four times higher than the comparable Altay pipeline or similar pipelines, such as the OPAL pipeline in Germany.

In 2008, the Russian firm PiterGaz Engineering estimated the total construction cost of the Sochi pipeline to be $155 million—at the current exchange rate. Yet Gazprom paid the present-day equivalent of $395 million.

This inflated price prompted the East European Gas Analysis (EEGA) to note:

Russian pipeline engineering institutions, including the corresponding divisions of Gazprom, give realistic estimations of pipeline construction costs, comparable with those of western projects. However, it looks like, on the way to the top management of Gazprom, these cost estimations get at least tripled. [. . .] Apparently, after getting a realistic cost estimation, Gazprom executives add a generous margin for contractors and brokers, so the total project cost gets 3-4 times higher.

Such slush funds are found in every sector of the Russian economy, most notably in defence, infrastructure development and healthcare. The proceeds are then doled out to loyal oligarchs.

They are “oligarchs” in the fullest sense of the word. Their wealth is dependent upon their partnership with the political state. In return, they use their wealth to forward the policies of the state. Their capital couldn’t be more “political.”

For example, Alexey Mordachov owns the steel giant Servestal that supplies gas pipeline to Gazprom for its development projects, such as the Yakutia-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok pipeline (aka the China–Russia East-Route).

Other oligarchs profiting from the scheme include Putin’s personal friends Gennady Timchenko, who owns the OAO Stroytransgaz construction company, and Arkady Rotenberg, whose Stroygazmontazh (S.G.M. Group) forms Russia’s largest gas pipeline and power grid construction company.

The oligarchs are profiting from the construction of the Arctic Silk Road.

They deploy their resources to ensure that the Russian government’s foreign policy objectives are realised. The Russian oligarchs and the Russian political class are in a symbiotic relationship: a public-private partnership constructing the multipolar world order.

In so doing, they are engaging in the Great Reset, implementing the Rockefellers’ vision and fulfilling the dreams of Carroll Quigley’s Anglo-American network. The Russian state is more than just a public-private partnership. Moving beyond mere contractual arrangements and shared strategic goals, Russia’s government has fused the corporate and the political into a single public-private nation-state.

Despite the slaughter going on in the Ukraine war and all sides’ refusal to unconditionally negotiate, Russia’s “state-owned” private energy corporation Gazprom has apparently settled its dispute with Ukrainian “state-owned” energy corporation Naftogaz and is pumping 42.4 million cubic meters of natural gas a day through Ukraine to Western Europe energy markets.

The Russian Federation is paying the Ukrainian government substantial transit fees. It is effectively funding Ukraine’s war effort. The war is only for the little people.

China – The Fusion of the Public-Private Oligarchy

The only major developed economy in the world to have gone further than Russia in fusing the public and private sectors is China. China is a neo-fuedal capitalist state operating as a technocracy under the leadership of an oligarch dynasty.

The great military and political leaders of Mao Zedong’s revolution who later successfully evaded Mao’s Cultural Revolution (1966–1976) were collectively referred to as the “eight immortals.”

When the Rockefellers and the Trilateral Commission dispatched Henry Kissinger to prepare the ground for US President Nixon’s visit to China in the early 1970s, seven of the immortals decided to throw their collective political weight behind fellow immortal Deng Xiaoping’s economic reforms.

Deng Xiaoping

The process of opening up China’s economy began in earnest following Mao’s death in 1976. Prominent Trilateralists such as then-US President Bill Clinton, global investment firms, Western-based multinational corporations and private investors stepped up foreign direct investment to assist China’s immortals in modernising the country’s economy, financial sector, military, industrial and technological capability. The modernisation enabled the rise of China’s oligarchy.

For example, the immortal General Wang Zhen supported Deng’s economic liberalism but also sliced off huge chunks of China’s state assets and placed them in trust to his son, Wang Jun.

Subsequently, Wang Jun collaborated with Deng’s economic advisor, Rong Yiren, to seed his now private capital into Citic Group Corp, which then became China’s “state-owned” investment company.

Citic Group is a public-private partnership that today has significant influence over China’s financial services, advanced manufacturing technology, production of modern materials and urban development.

In this way the immortals effectively created a public-private dynasty in China. Their immensely wealthy offspring are now collectively referred to as the “Princelings.”

The Princelings can broadly be divided into three groups, each influencing important Chinese sectors and industry:

  • political Princelings, such as Xi Jinping, manage the public sector
  • military Princelings manage the defence and national security sectors
  • entrepreneur Princelings manage the private sector.

As a group, they have huge influence over China’s domestic and foreign policy.

China is a one-party state but has not abandoned politics. The selection of Xi Jinping as Paramount Leader in 2012 marked an effective power-shift toward the Princelings, who many consider to represent the “elite.”

They are “opposed” by the “Tuanpai,” whose power base stems from the Communist Youth League movement established by former president Hu Jintao. The Tuanpai are broadly popularist and more focused on the issues of working Chinese people.

Other factions, such as the “Shangai Gang” and the “Tsinghua Clique,” add to the political mix.

Technocracy controls citizens through the allocation of resources. China leads on the technocratic aspects of the Great Reset. It is the world’s first operational Technate, wherein the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) oversees the surveillance and control of the population through its social credit system:

The establishment of a social credit system is an important foundation for comprehensively implementing the scientific viewpoint of development. [. . .] Accelerating and advancing the establishment of the social credit system is an important precondition for promoting the optimized allocation of resources.

The idea is that citizens can be rewarded for good behaviour and penalised for bad. Speaking to French Television, one of the lead developers of China’s social credit system was asked how French adoption of it might have impacted the Yellow Vest protests in France. Lin Jinyue replied:

I really hope that we will manage to export it in a capitalist country. [. . .] I believe that France should quickly adopt our system of social credit, to regulate their social movements. [. . .] If you had had the system of social credit, the Yellow Vests would never have been.

Coincidentally, social credit-style surveillance has been greatly enhanced as a result of the pseudopandemic that began in China. To travel on public transport, enter civic buildings, be admitted to the workplace and so on, it is necessary for China’s citizens to scan their COVID Pass QR code. Green allows them to move freely; Red prevents their free movement.

Biometric identification via facial recognition scanning is required to register a sim card in China. The biometric data system allows the NDRC to track the movements of every citizen and allows biosecurity to be enforced nationally.

Covid QR codes, combined with digital ID, means that China’s Technate is on its way to meeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 3 and 16.

SDG 3 reads:

Strengthen the capacity of all countries, in particular developing countries, for early warning, risk reduction and management of national and global health risks

And SDG 16 says:

By 2030, provide legal identity for all, including birth registration

“Legal identity” is UN code for digital identity.

The Chinese technocratic oligarchy is also ahead of other countries in its development and implementation of Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). Bo li recently vacated his position as the Deputy Governor of the Bank of China to join the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as its Deputy Managing Director.

Speaking at the IMF’s Central Bank Digital Currencies for Financial Inclusion: Risks and Rewards symposium, Bo Li discussed the claim that CBDC would improve so-called “financial inclusion”:

CBDC can allow government agencies and private sector players to program [CBDC] to create smart-contracts, to allow targetted policy functions. For example[,] welfare payments [. . .], consumptions coupons, [. . .] food stamps. By programming, CBDC money can be precisely targeted [to] what kind of [things] people can own, and what kind of use [for which] this money can be utilised. For example[,] for food. So this potential programmability can help government agencies precisely target their support to those people who need support. So, in that way we can also improve financial inclusion.

Perhaps so—although the improvement will only be afforded tothe citizen who obeys the”government agencies and private sector players”—the Princelings. Engage in “bad” behaviour and and CBDC will be used to target you for financial “exclusion.”

With CBDC in place, there would be no need to switch people’s QR code to red to stop them from attending a protest. Simply program their CBDC to prevent train ticket purchases or the use of money more than a mile from home. Physical lockdowns of Covid days are replaced by CBDC lockouts, which are much easier to enforce.

Bo Li speaking at the IMF symposium

The Multipolar Military Dimension

Global economic and financial power is backed up by military force. So if the powers-that-be are serious about building a new system of super-powered poles, they need to have the muscle to hold their respective positions. After all, a multipolar world order cannot be stabilised and enforced unless each pole presents a genuine military threat to the other.

For most of the post-WWII period, the US-led unipolar NATO alliance possessed the most advanced military technology. Not only did the West dominate monetarily, financially and economically, it had the military advantage to go with it. Yet, just like every other aspect of former Western dominance, that, too, has disappeared, and military power has blossomed elsewhere.

Suddenly, as if from nowhere, Russia is claiming technological military supremacy. It is now ahead in the arms race. The US has confirmed that Russia used a functioning hypersonic missile in Ukraine, a fact that Joe Biden called “consequential” and frankly admitted “is almost impossible to stop.”

China, too, has fired a hypersonic missile. It apparently circled the globe. It then dispatched a hypersonic glide missile that struck its target in China. Again, confirmation came from senior US military officials, who called the technological advance “stunning.”

Now China says it may soon be able to arm its navy with these superior weapons.

Meanwhile, the West’s dunderheads, who until relatively recently dominated militarily, simply can’t wrap their minds around the ramjet engine technology (or scramjet) that powers this new breed of missiles.

While China has confirmed global flight tests and pinpoint hypersonic accuracy and Russia has actually used them in the battlefield, the Pentagon and the US Defence Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) and its private-sector partners like Raytheon are still fumbling about with limited tests, hoping they might be able to develop the same operational capability sometime soon.

If you can believe that!

The British can’t build ships that function in warm water, and their aircraft carriers can’t sail more than a few nautical miles without breaking down.

The US Navy can’t sail its ships at all.

And no one in the West can build a fighter aircraft that actually works. Yet Russia has taken submarine technology to a new level, and everyone is pretty sure China has developed AI “intelligentized” fighting capability.

The West’s sudden inability to stay in, let alone lead, the technological arms race certainly seems to mark a polar shift in the global military balance of power. It is likely that the Western military-industrial complex is kicking itself after spending the last 30 years handing its military technology over to the East.

Now look what they’ve done!


The Russian government and the Chinese government are not “worse” than the US, the UK or the French government. They are just governments doing what governments do. They represent the interests of those who can keep them in power—or remove them.

The multipolar world order ends the last vestiges of national sovereignty. It is the geopolitical Great Reset: the culmination of the oligarch’s longstanding plan to establish a system of global governance that affords them dominion over all.

If the multipolar system proceeds, which seems likely, the 193 nations—give or take—of the world will eventually be incorporated into a few global poles. Who knows how many, but probably no more than half a dozen or so.

There are some potential benefits to multipolarity. Perhaps tianxia will break out, thus reducing the risk of conflict. A “balance of power” between global poles of states could limit aggression. But if we consider how this might be achieved and who is supposedly leading it, there is reason for concern.

Assuming that the Pax Americana, Pax Europa, Pax Eurasia and Pax Sinica poles, or whatever, don’t intend to disarm, wouldn’t this logically infer a proliferation of armaments globally, including hypersonic nuclear weapons? How will these poles maintain internal security? What is to stop warfare from breaking out within each pole as disputes emerge? Will other poles have to, or choose to, intervene?

Let’s be honest. The omens don’t look too encouraging. We are accelerating towards the multipolar world order due in large part to a war currently being waged by one of multipolarity’s leading proponents. Similarly, the activities of the other leading proponent—in places like Yemen, for instance—hardly inspire confidence.

There is no evidence to suggest that the conduct of either Russia or China is or will be intrinsically “better” than the conduct of the leading nations of the previous “order.”

By far the most concerning aspect of the multipolar world order is that fewer “poles” will empower global governance. The consistent trajectory, throughout history, toward the centralisation of power hasn’t just happened by accident. The strategy of diminishing the clique of people who exercise control over the global population is a purposeful one. Were it not, it wouldn’t have been engineered in the first place.

The goal of these technocrats is to possess unopposed power. We know what they desire to do with that power should they ever achieve it:

  • enhanced biosecurity
  • population control
  • population surveillance
  • digital IDs
  • social credit systems
  • AI automated censorship
  • Universal Basic Income
  • control of the food supply, of water, of energy, of housing, of education
  • ultimately, the total control and enslavement of humanity through Central Bank Digital Currency, or some variation of it.

The nation-states advocating the new multipolar world order don’t reject these control mechanisms. On the contrary, they are leading in of their development. The multipolar system is one giant leap toward global technocratic tyranny, a system they fully endorse.

In Part 1, we noted that US geostrategist Zbigniew Brzezinski had identified Eurasia—”extending from Lisbon to Vladivostok”—as the setting for what he called “the game.” This led Dugin, among other Eurasianists, to assess US intentions in the following terms:

America must absolutely take over Ukraine, because Ukraine is the pivot of Russian power in Europe. Once Ukraine is separated from Russia, Russia will no longer be a threat.

US-led Western powers, having orchestrated the 2014 Euromaidan Coup and having failed to seize control through the Ukrainian ballot box, have since then demonstrated their intent to incorporate Ukraine into the West’s strategic orbit by any means. Conflict of some sort became inevitable from that point onwards. The next eight years saw an escalating proxy conflict unfold, with virtually no serious attempts to stop it, which has led to this entirely predictable Ukraine War.

The people of Ukraine and the people in the new Russian republics and oblasts of Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporozhye and Kherson are viewed as expendable pawns. The conflict is all too real for them, as they fight and die and long to live in peace without the perpetual threat of violence. Yet neither the “great powers” nor their puppet leaders care about the lives of the people beyond their strategic value.

The war in Ukraine is a deadly tactical ploy. The point is to fight it out, down to the last Ukrainian, if necessary, in order to facilitate the transition to the multipolar world order, thus enabling the abhorrent Great Reset and finally delivering full-blown global governance.

The vulnerable ones who will freeze to death in Europe this winter—and they could number in the thousands—are mere collateral damage in “the game.”

Yet war needn’t get in the way of business as usual: Russia continues to supply gas to Europe, if in greatly reduced quantities and at elevated prices, through Ukrainian pipelines.

The mainstream media and much of the alternative media, in both the West and the East, market the Ukraine war as a battle for “freedom,” “sovereignty” or some such drivel. As the death toll mounts among those forced to fight for their existence, we in the wider international community, taking one side or the other, fall for the same old monstrous lies.

We plant our little flags, online and off, and argue about our respective delusions, imagining that we are participating in the war, in our own small way. We act like jeering football crowds who cheer on our side to win.

Globalist think tanks have long considered war a strategic catalyst for change, a point we should have learned from Norman Dodd’s investigation and report for the Reece Committee on Foundations in 1954. We are being hopelessly naive if we imagine the war in Ukraine couldn’t possibly lead to a horrific global conflict. We have no reason to “trust” the lunatics whom we allow to remain in charge.

Equally, we should recognise that we are being manipulated by tactics designed to produce fear. Nuclear brinkmanship should always be seen in its fear-inducing context.

The oligarchs of the world are united as they seek to establish a regionalized, multipolar system of global governance that will rule the nation-states we live in.

Our political leaders, wherever they exert their claimed authority, are wholly complicit with the oligarchs’ agenda. They are selling us all out as they vie for a better seat at the table while breaking our backs in their obsequious desire to polish it.

Edited by the author for clarification & correction Oct 30 2022.

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paola amaldi
paola amaldi
Dec 29, 2022 1:04 AM

my full respect for the amount of work. But there is a BIG ELEPHANT n the room ISRAEL, Talpiot Program, Unit 82000. THey CAN NOT be left out.

Nov 16, 2022 9:43 AM

Read all parts , but my thought about the nascent multipolar global governance model by the West is a hoax. I agree that power is shifting from the West to the East but not to a multipolar model. In case of a nuclear World war , the dynamics are totally going to change. I would request you to bring Israel in this debate and keenly observe how invents unfold. From Pax – Americana , we could shortly have Pax-Judaica

Todd Smekens
Todd Smekens
Oct 30, 2022 11:30 AM

Fascinating article. I’ll have to complete further research on China. I fully grasp the different poles, but not sure I agree with the outcome or final analysis.

Does the election in China and Putin’s speech this week change your conclusions, Iain?

Oct 28, 2022 5:21 PM

I’m still unsure what these Poles are supposed to be. It’s a good concept and opens up what seems to be incipient monolithic global rule going by the covid exercise. Is it just regional admin ‘Oceania, Eurasia, Eastasia plus? What about power blocks like Military, Banking, Bio/mindcontrollers, petrominers, producers? In the absence of regulatory national government and oversight how do they get along? Who keeps the Mamluks down? or is that the current problem?

colin buchanan
colin buchanan
Oct 27, 2022 10:29 AM

Davies sees in international cooperation the negation of sovereignty. But there is no absolute sovereignty- even trading relations require a legally enforceable, agreed framework. The Brexit notion of absolute sovereignty is simply a return to the British empire- this time as Global Britain. Under the British empire there was “free trade” i.e. trade carried out in British ships, payed for in pounds sterling and backed up by the might of the Royal Navy. That kind of sovereignty isn’t coming back: the Pound is well on the way to being untradeable internationally. Davies characterizes the world states as Public/Private partnerships. But the question is where does the balance of power lie, with the state executive or corporations. Britains history since the Norman conquest has been a successful battle of the nobility, the leading families against the monarchy. France showed the opposite tendency with the nobility being drawn into the service of the monarchy. Similarly in Russia the boyars never prevailed for long against the central power. Marx argue in true Davies fashion in 18th Brumaire that Louis Bonaparte’s regime was a dictatorship of capital-a PPP- like every other state presumably. But Bonaparte sidelined the Rothschild’s and restored France’s traditional monarchical state structure. Putin has been very successful in breaking the power of an anti-Russia oligarchy and replacing it with a pro-Russian aristocracy- a process which is still going on.In other words, he has restored Russian sovereignty. The Trotskyists argue exactly like Davies that this has not happened. It has happened and that is why the living standards of the people have risen and the middle class is growing. This is a more significant measure than the growth of the very rich. The same thing is happening in China. Rather than figures of authority, UK/US leaders are figures of fun! The US/UK is reverting to type as a corporate anarchy and a simple division between potentes and humiliores, the very rich and the absolutely impoverished that we saw at the end of the Roman empire. We love to hypocritically criticize Russia and China over human rights but here only the corporate elite enjoy human rights, only power gives right. Sovereignty remains buried under the “rules-based international order” i.e. empire. In order to even constitute a pole in the multipolar order the US/UK state has to freed from the deep state and the state of lawlessness has to be ended: this is the recovery of British sovereignty

Oct 27, 2022 9:48 AM

Great series. Very well-researched and well considered.

Thank you Iain

Adair Brion
Adair Brion
Oct 27, 2022 7:16 AM

What we are witnessing, is the global backlash for Covid. Someone released a bioweapon on the world, it turns out it was the people who benefited from it most, the US DNC and their Deep State partners. Who created and released the virus to justify mass mail-in voting, to use voter fraud to steal the election, abuse emergency powers to gain control, etc etc.

The ruling families of the DNC created and released a bioweapon, killing millions and ruining the world, in order to retain power. Simple as that.

Adair Brion
Adair Brion
Oct 28, 2022 7:41 AM
Reply to  Adair Brion

Well I guess the naysayers can pretend that Covid 19 was something other than a bioweapon with a specific political objective as covered in PNAC’s white paper Rebuilding America’s Defenses and go with the bat soup theory or that it just accidentally was released from a BSL4 facility just in time for the 2020 election.

Sam - Admin2
Sam - Admin2
Oct 28, 2022 11:03 AM
Reply to  Adair Brion

What was ‘released’? You’re in danger of mythologising what actually happened. Just because we were informed, endlessly, over and over again, that something was happening, does not mean that it was.

I witnessed no wave of sickness, no pandemic, either engineered or otherwise. I witnessed a financially incentivised marketing campaign. People were paid to stay home and not question the narrative they were being fed.

Cognitive dissonance suffered at the time, due to a lack of actual, real world evidence anything actually unusual was happening, has led to a need to embellish and mythologise the experience. This is the brainwashing at work. A2

Adair Brion
Adair Brion
Oct 28, 2022 7:22 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

What was released was a low grade virus known as SARS Cov 2 which is an actual virus created with the above political objective. See this short video https://rumble.com/embed/vikz7d/?pub=2dd67

Yes true there is a “mythology” actually more of a psyop to make the virus seem deadlier than it actually was using the media and big tech but this was all part of the operation.

Adair Brion
Adair Brion
Oct 29, 2022 2:46 AM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

Strange that you never posted my response. It is not a myth. Covid 19 AKA SARs Cov 2 is real virus and had been used 1) to influence the Presidential election of 2020 which the video I posted earlier outlines https://rumble.com/embed/vikz7d/?pub=2dd67 and 2) to initiate the “Great Reset” https://rumble.com/embed/vsspgk/?pub=2dd67

If you want to go on believing like David Icke that the virus doesn’t exist then that’s up to you but there is plenty of documentation and proof that it does. https://www.citizensjournal.us/patents-prove-sars-cov-2-is-a-manufactured-virus/

Sam - Admin2
Sam - Admin2
Oct 29, 2022 5:30 PM
Reply to  Adair Brion

Your comments diverted to spam.

I am not ‘choosing to believe’ anything. I’m just going by the epidemiological evidence which shows there was no pandemic.

Why are you choosing to believe it was lab-grown? Is there any need to go there?

I choose not to go there as it’s academic either way if there was no physical effect (a pamdemic’) to account for.

I suggest you might be falling victim to the operation if you believe there was something unusual happening that requires such an exotic explanation.


Adair Brion
Adair Brion
Oct 29, 2022 9:11 PM
Reply to  Sam - Admin2

I don’t “believe” it was “lab grown”. All the evidence suggests that it was. See above. It seems you like Icke want to believe that it doesn’t exist.

Sam - Admin2
Sam - Admin2
Oct 29, 2022 9:35 PM
Reply to  Adair Brion

This is tying straight into the virus fear narrative which you profess you’re aware of. There wasn’t a pandemic. There isn’t any need to do all this extra work like convince people there was a scary bio engineered virus. There was no PANDEMIC!

The ‘patents’ are just proof of some spike proteins, not proven to be linked to any symptoms or any disease or anything infectious. The vastly unreliable tests weren’t testing for anything novel, just generic coronavirus rna, so there’s no reliable data to go on.

You’re choosing to take the narrative at face value on certain issues and not on others.

I however opt to argue the evidence only, which is that there was no pandemic. All the same propaganda tools were needed to pull off a lab-leak fake pandemic as a plain fake pandemic, therefore occum’s razor applies. No virus speculation needed either way.

Maybe there was a really innocuous virus leaked somewhere. Maybe not. Doesn’t fucking matter, unless you want to do the propagandists’ work for them by being an alarmist.


Nov 9, 2022 8:44 AM
Reply to  Adair Brion

Well if it were the ‘lab leak’ then its a dud

Oct 27, 2022 6:06 AM

Most, including Ian here underestimate the power of real nation states. No match for globalist zillionairs when blossoming everywhere simultaneously.
Its unnatural entitie$ vs group souls. For example in the (Toys’R) US a corporation is legally a natural person.
Hitler showed how group ego usually ends: bad. A group of Homo sapiens can identify with regional culture, not with a CCTV state.

Iain Davis
Iain Davis
Nov 1, 2022 10:58 AM
Reply to  Antonym

I urge you to read Anthony C. Sutton who demonstrated, with copius evidence, that Hitler couldn’t have progressed as far as he did without the unwavering support of Wall Street.

Nov 9, 2022 8:54 AM
Reply to  Iain Davis

Yeah Hitler nor the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union was getting all kinds of cash injections and technology . German money, Ford tackers, wall street money, though that was after. The US media was talking about Russian aggression all the time in the run up to the revolution

Armand Hammer had a luxury apartment Moscow . His story is quite the interesting tale. He waltz right into Russia right after the revolution and was welcomed with open arms by Lenin. Father was one of the founders of the US communist Party , from Odessa. Spent a few weeks in NYC with Trotsky before he was whisked away to do some bolsheviking.

Oct 27, 2022 4:07 AM

Moscow, October 21 /TASS/. Indonesia has extensive experience in hosting major international conferences, so it will provide the security for Russian President Vladimir Putin during his participation in the G20 meeting[in Bali on November 15-16], Indonesia’s ambassador to Russia Jose Tavares said in an interview with TASS on Friday.



Indonesian woman swallowed alive by giant python, locals cut-open snake to get her remains


 🐻  🐍 

Oct 27, 2022 2:45 AM

Hard to Tell How Use of a Dirty Bomb Will Play Out

Russia claims via press conference & calls to EU leaders:

–More than 50,000 cubic meters of nuclear waste may be moved to the Prydniprovsky chemical plant in eastern Ukraine’s Dnepropetrovsk region for possible use in a dirty bomb,

–Ukraine has already built a mock-up of the Russian Iskander missile to arrange a provocation with the use of a “dirty bomb”

[If US should devise a pretext for war declaration with its attendant martial law, control over US population w “legal” rights-abrogation occurs via pre-positioned legislation.]

Oct 27, 2022 1:29 AM

Anybody know anything about this Blackrock International bankruptcy?

Oct 27, 2022 3:04 AM
Reply to  Penelope

A one comment came out of the search engine.:

“It looks like Blackrock International is a subsidiary of Blackrock. Also, I don’t think anyone has clicked the link because this was filed Dec 15 2020. This is most likely Blackrock loading up a subsidiary with toxic assets and declaring bankruptcy to clear it from their books and still report large profits on their financial reports. This is nothing significant and the tweet that is linked in the comments is a DIFFERENT bankruptcy claim with multiple black bars covering key information, grammatical errors, and no mention of Vanguard. Also it was filed more than 8 months ago.

Idk who posted this information or where they got their information from, but definitely sketchy”

And this:
“Basic Information on BLACKROCK INTERNATIONAL, INC. Bankruptcy
BLACKROCK INTERNATIONAL, INC. filed a 11 chapter bankruptcy in the Western District of Louisiana bankruptcy court on December 15, 2020. This is a voluntary filing; it was assigned the bankruptcy case number #20-50922.
The bankruptcy petition for BLACKROCK INTERNATIONAL, INC. showed assets in the range of $1MM – $10MM with liabilities in the range of $100,001-$1,000,000. BLACKROCK INTERNATIONAL, INC. reports that the number of creditors is in the range of 1-49. ….”

I don’t think it’s the same. The nasty site itself ( blackrock.com)showed me nothing after a search (at the risk of Aladdin sniffing at me). Not Blackrock International, Inc., nor David Patrick Keating. Maybe Aladdin is speed cleaner:) 🍼 

Nov 2, 2022 4:18 AM
Reply to  plino

plino, continues to puzzle me, but I guess can’t be major or business press wd’ve been all over it.

Oct 26, 2022 11:07 PM

Is there a thesis here. Other than the perpetuating of ‘alt-media’?

The ‘eternally profitable dystopia’ (as some would hope). The swamping of people with excessive information intended to intimidate,. Maybe it works for some. But is it of any real value?

A veneration of the ‘nation state’ at the expense of other ‘groups’ that may be capable of more collective action?? Maybe. But is there something more?

Enya – Orinoco Flow

Oct 26, 2022 6:11 PM

This was an excellent piece.


Surprise, surprise – you forgot to mention one word: ISRAEL

For example: “It is likely that the Western military-industrial complex is kicking itself after spending the last 30 years handing its military technology over to the East.

Who has been stealing US technology for years and passing it on to the Russians and the Chinese?

Who has been backdooring American technology for years?


What is the capital city of the Eurasian Super State planned to be? Jerusalem

Must have just accidentally left all of that out. Tut, tut. Ooopps.

Oct 26, 2022 7:02 PM
Reply to  Gary

What is the capital city of the Eurasian Super State planned to be? Jerusalem

A weak contender with an uncertain future. I have a different assumption: Dnieper

Iain Davis
Iain Davis
Oct 26, 2022 9:39 PM
Reply to  Gary

Thanks Gary. Yes Israel have been key in facilitating the transfer of military and highly sensitive technology from West to East over the decades. Overwhelmingly I suggest with the full support of its international partners. Perhaos I should have mentioned this but I am sure you are aware the numerous other issues that are not discussed in these articles.

Oct 27, 2022 10:21 AM
Reply to  Iain Davis

Strange that, you never did mention this, nor does that show you appear on.
How can you miss a key point in the Geo politics details!
It seems kind of bizarre or your scare of getting cancelled.

Oct 30, 2022 7:24 PM
Reply to  fertility

At this stage, anyone not mentioning Israel, Talpiot Program, Unit 8200, Intel’s Core Processors headquartered in Israel, the Chinese Jewish Kadoories and the Sassoons, Henry Kissinger and the BIRD foundation, IS NOT telling the full story.

Iain Davis
Iain Davis
Nov 10, 2022 10:02 AM
Reply to  fertility

If you think the UK Column doesn’t criticise the Israeli deep state then you haven’t watched much of it. Do you understand that it is not possible to include everything in one article?

If a criticism boils down to not mentioning the thing that you believe should have been mentioned, then such criticism is infinite isn’t it?

I didn’t mention that Glazyev’s economic plan is to introduce the G7′ suggested Synthetic Hegemonic Currency either, or that US corporations are increasing their oil and LNG trade with China. Why not criticise the absence of that information too?

I’m sure there are many topics for discussion not mentioned in the article that you can criticise for not being mentioned in the article.

Oct 31, 2022 8:48 PM
Reply to  Iain Davis

And no, it is not with the support of numerous international partners. It is solely Israel that has been raping and pillaging America of its technology and passing it on to the Chinese and Russians. Which other nations have been doing that? Egypt? Ireland? Argentina? Botswana ?

No! Only Israel.

Nov 9, 2022 8:59 AM
Reply to  Iain Davis

Bill Gates CDC’s was inserted into China in 2002 . They quartered backed faux pandemic . The Rockefeller dynasty has been in China since the civil war era. Their first lab became Mao’s ministry of health

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 26, 2022 3:50 PM

The invasion of Ukraine is part of a long-planned, blood-and-soil genocide. According to the ideology of the ethnofascists of Russia, Ukraine doesn’t really exist; and it may therefore be treated as just a label to be placed in scare quotes or as a vague region to be denoted by “the”. Consequently, they ignore the fact that in 1991 all regions of Ukraine voted to be part of a sovereign nation which was independent of Moscow. When you look at the vile sickness coming out of Russia, and likewise from its Western apologists, it’s not difficult to see why that vote would be so overwhelming.

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Nicholas Nicholaides
Oct 18, 2017

Russia needs Novorossiya and Malorossiya – at least the part of Malorossiya that is east of the Dnepr river. These parts are not “ukrainian”, they never were and they never will be! These parts are as genuinely russian as Moscow or St Peterburg but because of a historical mistake – the break-up of the Soviet Union in stead of the modernisation of it – these parts are now outside of mother Russia. That would not be a catastrophe if these lands were part of a democratic, pro-russian “Ukraine” or if they were a sovreign and pro-russian country like Belarus or Kazahstan. Then they would still be a part of the Russian World with very close ties to the Motherland.

A referendum on the Act of Declaration of Independence was held in Ukraine on 1 December 1991.[1] An overwhelming majority of 92.3% of voters approved the declaration of independence made by the Verkhovna Rada on 24 August 1991.

Oct 26, 2022 3:32 PM

They might not have a fire, but they can light up:


The goal of having everyone so soma’ed out of their mind they won’t care could hardly be more obvious.

Oct 26, 2022 3:08 PM

WOW !!!! Quite the “Text Book”…. Russia is just another failed Capitalist U.S. colony for the last 30 years, since Goldman and the rest of the American “Vulture Capitalists” have been raping and pillaging their economy…
Putin is just probably smarter & tougher than any of the idiots running the western global economic terrorist Cells… To suggest that Russia is to blame for Ukraine is classic “Freedom & Liberty” spreading “American style”.. If ANYONE started militarizing Canada or Mexico, The USA would go “Scorched-Earth” in a week !!!!! USA !!! USA !! “Bombs for Peace” !!! “Bombs for Peace” !!!

Victor G.
Victor G.
Oct 26, 2022 1:54 PM

Cool the way you discuss the Ukraine situation without once mentioning the presence of Nazis in the highest echelons of the Kiev regime. I guess it doesn’t really matter though …

“It seems The war in Ukraine is practically the only dispute.” I’m still trying to understand how unipolarism/multipolarism line up when it comes to the Israel-Palestine dispute? Do they consider it a fake binary? Who favors a two-state solution? Who favors Greater Israel? It seems “the only dispute” you see has completely obnubilated this critical issue to the exclusive advantage of one of the contestants, as usual.

Victor G.
Victor G.
Oct 26, 2022 1:38 PM

Cool the way you discuss the Ukraine situation without

Oct 26, 2022 1:17 PM

The rules based international order represented by the postwar Atlantic Bridge has committed suicide. There is no need to debate the arrival of a multipolar world or the failure of the Peace of Westphalia.

Europe’s self-abnegation is doing the job.

Oct 26, 2022 10:01 AM


I am not sure why we have had this series of articles alleging we have a “multi polar world order”. The Balfour Declaration was a declaration of the achievement of a one world government. There are pretences of mutually hostile blocs as during the fundamentally fictitious cold war but when we look under the surface we find that these blocs all reported to the central banking cartel. These groupings are rearranged from time to time but all umbical cords connect to the BIS. Putin still hasn’t given Lenin the indecent burial he deserves. We all know who drove the Mao revolution. It is strange that we are postulating a multipolar world order after barely emerging from the convid nightmare. All the world’s nations dancing grotesquely to the banksters bizarre and brutal tune. The idea that China and Russia have developed game changing weapons and are leaving the West behind militarily does not tally with the fact that the US military budget is larger than that of the next ten rankers combined. The US and the EU remain the bankster’s flagships. They have been made to assist in and accommodate the expansion of China for economic reasons. The events in the Ukraine deserve a more penetrating analysis given they bear the imprints of the powerful neocons that have directed America’s foreign policy for several decades now.

Nov 9, 2022 8:38 AM

The balfour declaration of a one world government?

Dec 27, 2022 3:58 AM
Reply to  Arraya

Wasn’t it ? A minister of the world’s largest empire writing a letter to a banker. Promising him territory that was occupied and still part of the Ottoman empire. A letter both confident and obsequious. Who is the obvious but undeclared emperor of the world ?

les online
les online
Oct 26, 2022 7:19 AM

Australia, a resource rich country, are being told to expect rising energy costs. and, Yes ! It’s all the fault of The Ruski’s War with Ukraine…

Meanwhile: ‘(By 2015) China was paying about one-third as much for Australian gas than Australian consumers….had to pay.’…(Too Big to Tax: North West Shelf and Lessons for sharing in Australia’s Sovereign Wealth):


Oct 26, 2022 10:32 AM
Reply to  les online

True . . . And now relevant to the forgoing essay . . .
God Favours Russia . . .


May Hem
May Hem
Oct 26, 2022 6:48 AM

BRICKS may soon become BRICKSS as Saudi Arabia express interest in joining with Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa and Saudi Arabia. Plus, possibly, Turkey and Egypt.

What will we call it? BRICKSSTE seems too long. Indonesia and Argentina are also interested in joining. So it might become BRICKSSTEIA. Needs a new name. Suggestions please?

Oct 26, 2022 7:12 PM
Reply to  May Hem

Needs a new name. Suggestions please?

For short: BRICS KISS SDGs 2030

les online
les online
Oct 26, 2022 5:52 AM

When the Welfare State is dismantled the ‘Caring for Others’, a core value of a humane society, will be history… In its place will be Every Man For Himself & Bugger Your Neighbour…
Maggie Thatcher’s wet dream “There is no such thing as Society” will prevail…

Oct 26, 2022 4:04 AM

Iain Davis has gifted us w a quite extraordinary series. I’m learning a lot. I had long known from the writings of TPTB decades ago that it is intended that global governance should be regionally administered However I did not recognize that the term “multi-polar” referred to said regional administration. I naively thought it referred to sovereignty.

Their Great Reset is even further along than I had thought. Quite concerning.

Oct 26, 2022 2:02 AM

Australia is not being left behind in the Multipolar World Order race. In today’s news –

  • Almost all aspects of human health are declining due to climate change, according to reports
  • Concurrent crises, such as geopolitical conflict and disease outbreaks, exacerbate climate change’s health consequences
  • An Australia-focused report found the nation is unprepared for the health burden imposed by climate change.

Look at that last bit…. “the health burden imposed by climate change”.

Can we have an injection to protect us from deadly climate change?


Oct 26, 2022 2:04 AM
Reply to  Kika

I know I’m a bit off-topic, but I want to keep readers up to date on what’s happening here in Australia.

At present, ‘geofencing’ is being used to protect wildlife. Humans next no doubt.


Oct 25, 2022 9:35 PM

Thank you Iain. A broad ranging series of articles that I found incredibly insightful, well researched, and thought provoking – for me, as one who is not taking sides other than for humanity.

colin buchanan
colin buchanan
Oct 25, 2022 9:31 PM

“The Russian government and the Chinese government are not “worse” than the US, the UK or the French government. They are just governments doing what governments do. They represent the interests of those who can keep them in power—or remove them.” Quite a good exposition of the neo-marxist line, that of the rule of an “international bourgeoisie”- a return to the analysis of
Communist Manifesto of 1848

les online
les online
Oct 25, 2022 9:18 PM

Capitalism wears many faces…Downunder we have ‘Capitalism with Australian Characteristics’…
The government is only ‘left of center’ to its critics, who are everyone who believes The Other Guy is being looked after better…

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Oct 25, 2022 9:12 PM

I can’t believe it but the penny’s just dropped for me.

The theatre over the last few months has been like a school play. The actors wooden and not credible.

The script, almost as if it had been written by a teutonic Bond villain.

Boris returning from the Dominican Republic (WTF ? he’s got money, why go there?) to say he won’t run ?

ERRR……………… there are telephones that work across oceans

I saw the Truss/Kwarteng thing as a red herring to crash the economy, short on currency and stock markets etc and then parachute Hunt and sunak in to save the day thus fulfilling the globalist plan
(Ask my wife who’s a little tired of hearing about it)

but I didn’t see the next step.

The current climate of fear coming into winter means people are scared shitless about paying their mortgages, food bills, heating etc.

Sunak and Hunt now have enormous leverage over the UK population whether it be Jabs, lockdown, austerity, and, of course – the Holy grail-

Programmable CBDC.

They have the power, because fiat is toast, to give nice, juicy tit bits costing Billions or even Trillions to cold and hungry people in the depths of the coming winter.

Just like Rishi did in furlough.

With the same result-

Total compliance.

Thank the Lord it’s not Starmer or we’d be even deader.

Baldmichael Theresolute
Baldmichael Theresolute
Oct 25, 2022 10:03 PM

Glad the penny has dropped. The theatre has been going on more than a few months. The whole has been a pantomime since at least 2020, April Fool’s Day. The Russian Ukraine situation is no different, a distraction for the masses while Rome burns. And as Rome, strictly the Vatican is behind the Covid 19 nonsense, although there are other player, Rome is very apt.

Please note vaccination is anagram of ‘Icon Vatican’.

I wrote this in humour but with serious intent if your are interested.


It’s rather mad but then the world is currently mad and as I say it is a pantomime.

Oh, and before I forget Germany is a main player in all this. We follow a timeline similar to WW2 only 80 years ago. Note Nazis and Marxists/communists came out of Germany. And the Rothschilds of course who are….?

May Hem
May Hem
Oct 25, 2022 10:23 PM

Icon Vatican”. Let’s add a space and change that to – I con vatican.
That’s better.

Oct 26, 2022 9:48 AM

In U$, tens of millions had to sell their houses. Some then began renting other houses from the big funds buying them up. This could be the plan for Europe: sell or freeze/starve.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Oct 28, 2022 4:35 AM
Reply to  mgeo

Property investors turn those town homes into apartments. Friend of mine rents one side of a stereotype street double. So your talking of four apartments plus two basements., separate laundry etc.
Your responsible for mowing grass front/back, Water gas electric trash recycling etc. and informing the township over tree branches close to power lines. lol.
Town water/sewer seems to be the main gripe with him at the moment.,and heating of course with winter coming up.
I’ve rented in the UK but never heard of paying the water rates.
The forms to ‘Rent’, resemble applying for a mortgage to me looking at them.
Strange times.

Jeffrey Strahl
Jeffrey Strahl
Oct 25, 2022 7:04 PM

Iain deserves a better response to his hard work than a rash of down votes from Putin fetishists, government bots and people in the “West” who are desperate for hopeful signs from the global elite.

Adair Brion
Adair Brion
Oct 26, 2022 7:36 AM
Reply to  Jeffrey Strahl

Oh so anyone who disagrees with Lain is a “Putin fetishist”. Personally I see a multipolar world as better than a unipolar New World Order run by Satanists and pedophiles. Something Lain never bothered to mention in his Geopolitical meanderings.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Oct 25, 2022 6:16 PM

Anyone that thinks where we are today is a “modern” eventuality, isn’t learning history.

Where we are today is a plan that started at least in the 1700s. Arguably since the creation of central banks. Some might argue since the crucifixion of Christ.

Death by a million cuts over 100s if not 1,000s of years.

Oct 25, 2022 6:50 PM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

It can definitely be found in the past. The concepts of turning things upside down, debt cancellation, social justice and tyrants put in place to gut the place and hand over the kingdom are repeated in history.
In fact, the Sumerian goddess of social justice was Nanše and the Egyptian one was Sopdet, I believe. Even the parts where the food is purposely destroyed or taken away and a war occurs are repeated.
They’ve been planning this iteration for a very long time. Its all a script.

Baldmichael Theresolute
Baldmichael Theresolute
Oct 25, 2022 10:07 PM
Reply to  wisenox

Exactly, a script. All the world’d stage etc., Shakespeare got it right.

Baldmichael Theresolute
Baldmichael Theresolute
Oct 25, 2022 10:05 PM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

The plan started at the beginning of creation. Every book starts with a plot and outline of how it should end. Filling in the other bits can be done along the way.

Oct 25, 2022 6:05 PM

England; Scotland and Wales are ruled over by a Indian Hindu and their capital city is ruled over by a Pakistani Muslim; if that doesn’t show you that the so-called West has collapsed, then nothing will.

Don’t get hung up on it; say a prayer and prepare; the only way is up now; back to self rulership. It may take a while; it’s time to face reality. Give up the victimisation; take your eyes off the hell-makers, you owe them nothing, oligarchs will go to hell; look for ways to seperate and preserve and build.

Oct 26, 2022 9:24 AM
Reply to  William

The real rulers lurk in the shadows.

Martin Usher
Martin Usher
Oct 25, 2022 5:50 PM

I don’t think that Ukraine was “both sides only half heatedly agreeing to Minsk”. Portishenko has been quoted as saying that when the agreement was brokered Ukraine agreed to it to buy time to build up their then very weak military. Minsk was a recognition that Ukraine is made from several different cultural groups and so would work as a federation rather than one group trying to dominate another. The Russian interest is obvious – nobody wants to share thousands of kilometers of land border with a hostile power and NATO’s track record has been for them unceasingly threatening since its inception.

The wild card was Crimea. “The West” has its eyes on the military facilities and strategic location, its been a prize that we’ve been after since the mid-19th century. The prize has been made even more attractive because the Black Sea appears to be a large gas field so having Crimea would entitle the owner to the bulk of its reserves. Give our track record in the West I’d guess that this outweighed all other considerations since the other resources of Ukraine could be (and to a large extent have already been) purchased.

Nov 9, 2022 9:26 AM
Reply to  Martin Usher

I was impressed with how fast the English speaking circuit went from “Russia will NOT attack Ukraine! Only a fool would suggest something so ridiculous!” to “THIS WAS THE ONLY CHOICE, PUTIN IS A JUDO BLACKBELT GENIUS.” Literally within a few days

The Kremlin is playing a very cynical game here.
You can’t have it both ways. You can’t say: “The Donbass republics should negotiate with Kiev—one of our main trading partners—with the aim of rejoining Ukraine” and then after eight years declare: “this is an illegitimate western-backed neo-Nazi regime that is committing genocide and we will forcibly remove these freaks.” You can’t say that after eight years. That’s insane.
It’s one or the other. You can’t conduct trade with Ukraine for eight years and then randomly one day decide it’s time to intervene militarily because Kiev is a den of genocidal neo-Nazis. How does that work, exactly?

Well it was at the time when the world pushed the vaccine QR cattle tag program as far as it could go. We had the trucker strike in Canada and spreading then Putin’s popularity was taking a serious hit as the very vaccine hesitant Russians were getting pissed and his hugely unpopular vaxx pass legislation collapsed… All the sudden Zelensky starts provoking in really aggressive ways

I mean talk about the seamless transition from vaccine hysteria to Russia hysteria

Come on

Junious Ricardo Stanton
Junious Ricardo Stanton
Oct 25, 2022 5:43 PM

Outstanding analysis and conclusions! The game is rigged the board is tilted in favor of the oligarchs and the masses are mere pawns in a game to achieve global governance, where the “oligarchs” (megalomaniacal psychopaths) realize their long anticipated goal of control and ownership of the globe. What was not stated in the series is the role transhumanism, biodigital convergence and human augmentation will play in this global governance scenario. The Davos perverts speak on it and reveal their plans (see Schwab’s ideas on this in the Fourth Industrial Revolution within the context of their Great Reset).
It’s no longer a secret! These miscreants openly flaunt and work to manifest their ideas in the UN and other entities. We are under a relentless attack and like the people of Ukraine we are are collateral damage caught in a vice of megalomaniacal gamesmanship.
The question is how do we get out, how can/do we win?!

Oct 26, 2022 8:36 PM

What was not stated in the series is the role transhumanism, biodigital convergence and human augmentation will play in this global governance scenario. The Davos perverts speak on it and reveal their plans (see Schwab’s ideas on this in the Fourth Industrial Revolution within the context of their Great Reset)

Since I have read a lot about Western technocracy and transhumanism, and also about Chinese, I have been reading a lot about Russian for some time now, which remains invisible in the Western media. I’m not interested in information through someone’s eyes, so I go to the source and read, follow the links.

And I can say that the development is phenomenal. And it has especially stepped up since the war to respond to sanctions by “import substitution” so as not to cripple the Russian economy; every week there is something new, and the normal, conservative Russians grab their heads and wonder why this is happening.

I can’t even follow the course of development: from the accelerated implementation of SDGs, through all the digitization developments in different industries, biometric developments, etc. For example, after on September 30th Putin signed a decree on the establishment of a joint venture “Center for Biometric Technologies” (Rostelecom (49% of shares), the Russian Federation represented by the Federal Agency for State Property Management (26% of shares) and the Bank of Russia (25% of shares), there is a wonderful article from 24th, which I have not yet found time to read, beginning like this:

“While our soldiers on the front line are opposing the army of globalists, and our people, as morally and ideologically alien to the new world order, the “sustainable development” of the UN and David Rockefeller, as well as the “Great Reset” from Klaus Schwab and Co., want to completely destroy, the Russian Government continues to implement initiatives to plant electronic biometric in the country. concentration camps. A terrible bill from a series of “regulatory sandboxes”, bringing closer the introduction of surveillance of every action of Russians on biometrics, and on 140 pages (!) was introduced to the State Duma by a little-remarkable deputy from Kemerovo, Anton Gorelkin. The document establishes the right of the authorities to ignore the consent of a citizen to transfer his biometrics to the EBS, establishes a biometrics access regime in a large number of organizations, identity confirmation “by face” is equated to passport verification, and algorithms for the relationship of private organizations and sole proprietors with citizens through the EBS are built. And even the possibility of the operator’s profit on the use of this system is being laid – he will be able to charge for access to the biometric database of Russian citizens from any private owners and sole proprietors.”

As I read it, a few new developments will emerge, leaving aside many that I do not know about (Russia is a huge country, and I am just a dilettante who opens internet addresses that he comes across). And, right now, I’m opening the same site and I see a new article from yesterday: “Report of the expert on the Congress of the federation and the PCA D. F. N. Anna Schwabauer for VRNS “the digital experiment in education as an anti demographic factor” (the full text version, with slides)”.

“”A radical reform of the educational sphere is unfolding in Russia, one of the key directions of which is large-scale digitalization, which destroys the foundations of pedagogy, deprives us of quality education, poses a threat to the health, psyche and development of children, the well-being of families, is an anti-demographic factor, creates the basis for transferring the levers of management of the educational sphere into private hands. The analysis of legislation, methodological materials and practice shows that the reform is carried out according to the recommendations of foreign origin and poses a threat to the national security of Russia.

In December 2018, the National Project “Education” was adopted. Here are some provisions of the National Project: (SLIDES)
By the end of 2024, “a target model of the digital educational environment (DSP) has been introduced in all subjects of the Russian Federation.”

Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation dated 07.12.2020 No. 2040 “On conducting an experiment on the introduction of a digital educational environment”.

According to clause 4 of the Regulation, “The objectives of the experiment are … to use the digital educational environment on a permanent basis throughout the territory of the Russian Federation …”.

Introduced a concept as “digital educational content”..

According to the Order of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation dated 18.11.2020 N 600 “On approval of methods for calculating targets of the national development goal of the Russian Federation “Digital Transformation”:

– “The share of students for whom a digital profile is maintained on the DSP platform by 2030 is 100%!

What kind of voluntariness (and it was initially stated by top-level officials) is it about? Thus, in fact: the position of the FSB against the PDZ on the digital profile is ignored, the Constitution of the Russian Federation is ignored. 

– The proportion of students who are offered recommendations to improve the quality of education and the formation of individual trajectories using data from the student’s digital portfolio by 2030 – 80%

We are talking about the so–called personalization of education..

– Share of children with access to digital content-100%
– The National Project “Education” envisages “development of virtual reality technologies in education” 

Overall, the national project is 90-95% focused on digitalization of education in all possible areas. 

The plans for digitalization of Education also follow the decree of the Ministry of Education of Russia of May 18, 2020 № R44 “on the approval of guidelines for the introduction of modern digital technologies in the main general education programs” .

These recommendations are a direct reference to World Bank documents and say that digital transformation is an “indisputable global trend”.

According to the decree of the Ministry of Education , № R44, artificial intelligence will provide a simulation of the teacher’s behavior. …”

Etc. Given that this is the soft, technocratic part, not the more serious transhumanism for which there are numerous documents, roadmaps, and even an overall strategy. In no case can I say that Russia is worse than the West or China in this respect – they are unattainable (especially the West). But Russia is trying to catch up with them with all its might, so we can’t judge it harshly.

S Cooper
S Cooper
Oct 25, 2022 4:17 PM

“Now moving on from the Ukraine Dog and Pony Show, it is Blast from the Past Time.”
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“Thank Heaven!”

“The War Racketeer Corporate Fascist Eugenicist Oligarch Mobster Psycho Nazis need to go, NOW!”

S Cooper
S Cooper
Oct 25, 2022 4:33 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

“Time for WE THE PEOPLE (Humanity) to Smash the War Racket.”


To Hell with War! To Hell with Corporate Fascism!

Baldmichael Theresolute
Baldmichael Theresolute
Oct 25, 2022 10:11 PM
Reply to  S Cooper

and the Marxists/communists as they came from Germany too.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Oct 25, 2022 3:51 PM

Excellent article! Extremely well researched, and points out numerous linkages between the actual situation and the perceived… These paragraphs define the actuality: >

“But, as we can see, it doesn’t matter what the people vote for or against. Despite having supposedly left the EU, the UK’s newly unelected Prime Minister has just signed up the UK as a “Third State,” bound by Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) agreements, under the direct military command of Brussels. As the UK partly hands its independent defense capability to the EU, it is playing its part in assisting the emergence of another pole.

The International Monetary and Financial System (IMFS), which has thus far underwritten unipolar domination, is being transformed now that it’s reaching the end of its life cycle. Economic growth is being deliberately stifled in the West via sanctions but encouraged in the East. Energy flows and consumption patterns are being redirected eastward. Simultaneously, effective military power is being “re-balanced.” ”

The IMF is controlled by???

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Oct 25, 2022 7:02 PM

The IMF is mostly controlled by the USA, to be brutal. All its economic remedies which are always part of any ‘rescue packages’ are pure Chicago economics. The day that ‘denationalisation’, ‘opening up of markets’, ‘austerity’ etc etc aren’t part of IMF packages is the day you can say that the IMF is not a tool of US dogma.

Baldmichael Theresolute
Baldmichael Theresolute
Oct 25, 2022 10:14 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

“Chicago economics” Nice phrase! Reminds me of J.B. Pritzker (urgh). I write about him, the Great Lump which is my latest term for him.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Oct 26, 2022 12:30 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

Hello Rhys Jagger. The perception that the IMF is controlled by the United States, is incorrect. The International Monetary Fund is largely controlled by world wide investor/counselors employed by Rothschild banking (See: Baron David René James de Rothschild — See: Jacob Rothschild https://youtu.be/MuRbb37k2VM?t=8Also See: Deutsche Bank AG (Frankfurt, Germany)
See: M.M.Warburg & CO ( Hamburg, Germany)
See: Kuhn, Loeb & Co (New York)
See: Barclays Bank (UK)
See: UBS Group AG (Switzerland)

There are other players in the game. Many are “private interests” located in Belgium and Switzerland.

Nov 9, 2022 9:31 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

The Russian central bank is IMF subservient

Oct 25, 2022 3:44 PM

The goal of these technocrats is to possess unopposed power.

Exactly, and they have no loyalty to any Nation or its People. They have been working for a very long time towards a centralized, cybernetic form of full-spectrum dominance.
Alison McDowell provides deep research in this regard.

Lost in a dark wood
Lost in a dark wood
Oct 25, 2022 3:37 PM

Brzezinski’s position (stated or implied) as of June 2014 was that:

a) Russia would be allowed to keep Crimea
b) Ukraine would be allowed on the very long and winding path toward EU membership
c) Ukraine would NOT be allowed to join NATO
d) Ukraine’s military would be equipped to launch an insurgency style, stay-behind defence should Russia ever invade beyond the 2014 borders.

This policy was supported by the Trump administration. Firstly, such that Trump was cast as an “appeaser” with regard to Crimea. And secondly, with providing the military support as required by the “Brzezinski playbook”.

The Brzezinski playbook was implemented following the Feb 24 invasion. This appears to have come as a surprise to Putin given that the invasion force was not properly equipped for sustained conflict.

The West Should Arm Ukraine
By Zbigniew Brzezinski
July 2, 2014

Trump, Putin, and the Art of Appeasement
The famed deal maker seems intent on giving away American leverage for nothing.
By Dominic Tierney
December 15, 2016

October 8, 2019
In March 2018, Mr. Trump approved the $47 million sale of 210 Javelin anti-tank missiles and 37 launchers to Ukraine. It was the first lethal military assistance that the U.S. provided to Ukraine in the separatist war. The Obama administration repeatedly expressed reluctance to sell the Javelin and other lethal weaponry to Kyiv for fear of provoking Russia and expanding the conflict. On Oct. 3, the State Department approved the sale of additional 150 Javelin missiles and related equipment to Ukraine with a price tag of just under $40 million, according to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
Oct 25, 2022 3:22 PM

“By far the most influential organizer of Rockefeller’s ‘zero growth’ agenda in the early 1970s was David Rockefeller’s longtime friend, a billionaire oilman named Maurice Strong. Canadian Maurice Strong was one of the key early propagators of the scientifically fraudulent theory that man-made CO2 emissions from transportation vehicles, coal plants and agriculture caused a dramatic and accelerating global temperature rise which threatens “the planet”, so-called Global Warming.

As chairman of the 1972 Earth Day UN Stockholm Conference, Strong promoted an agenda of population reduction and lowering of living standards around the world to “save the environment.” Strong stated his radical ecologist agenda: “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?” This is what is now taking place under cover of a hyped global pandemic.”


Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Oct 25, 2022 7:04 PM
Reply to  Straight Talk

Isn’t it amazing, a billionaire proposing ‘a lowering of living standards’. He should have lowered his by 99%, reducing his net worth to $10m or so. Stll a tidy sum in 1972…..

Oct 26, 2022 3:31 PM
Reply to  Straight Talk

Strong, the “wizard of Bacca Grande” was also a devotee of molech, now for them as dont know old molech has been around since year dot, as an influencer and one of the prime directors of “what we see before us”

now and again old molech needs a snack, im mean you know hanging out as a 5d demonic entity gets the old juices flowing, favoured snack is murdered child, now as well as new age ex oil men satanists another group that are “big” on old moley are our little mates ex of khazaar, who having out-grown their squat in the middle east have their beady eyes focused on the “old turf”, such efforts are well covered and known collectively as “holy jerusalem”, stage one as berkow put it was “de-population”, zelenskys new mandate for 12 year old soldiers fits that bill nicely

as those who have opened the lid of the stinky can of worms know the “inversion” that pollutes our world can be found in every sphere of influence, media, entertainment, governance etc
and those that know, also know theres a common thread of “dressing up” and worshiping an assortment of “nasties”, and just in case you missed them, they delight in pressing the point by symbolic gestures, shoe colour and a host of other shit…not to mention absorbing it into your “mainstream” satanism, sorry i mean religion..

so, we may deduce at this absurdly late hour, satan is rife in “our world” everyfuckingwhereyoulook, from the symbology of rainbows, unicorns, pet goats… to forced injections of millions of kids so that oil by-products doont get wasted, everywhere

what is patently clear is that these sold out muppets “get fed” if they do their respective masters bidding (or mistresses or for that matter a mixture of both), for sure the entrance price may be a tad high for some to stomach, but if youre a sold out piece of shit from the start, then what can be so bad…

now, to be drawn into this orrible web requires “initiates” you know em as redshields, rockybars and a whole host of utter scum, having recently awoken to the fact that this scum rub your face in it, it should really be sinking in by now eh?
i mean whod be a baby at balmorral, “bad gig”, so folks its time to meet and greet the “fallen”, genuinely souless and “born to lose”, damned and soon to be forgotten

so, tis time to “get with god”, but whats that you say? “we are all god”, damn right, so with that in mind and in full knowledge theres little we can do on the bigger scale we can all however deprive these fuckers of a little air and fuel at base level

so when monkeybirdcovidwuhanyomicrop comes and you simply must ALL be jabbed, its “fuck you” all over again, but be aware that having done the dry run with the fake theres a fair chance the might pull something fairly toxic, some lab in us of a just recently claims to have mixed omi with wuhuey and hit 80% mortality, rock the fuck on boys, good to see youve earnt your pay check…

as weve all learnt along the way, most of this shyte is threat, sure viable threat, producing genuine un-rest and dare i say the odd bit of “fear”, but to what avail? ok foreign holidays took a knock, easy re-discover your own locality, heating and eatings gonna get hard, too many fat fucks anyway

it is fair, i believe to say that “tribulation” will offer a whole fun-fair of delights that will test metle, bone and body, but we will prevail

well thats enough verbal ejection from me, lets hope a nasty nazi ukr “dirty bomb” isnt involved in the next few days, or that uk sbs/us navy seals and a few israyhelli scuba fucks who left an un-exploded device (that for damn sure aint rusky) sat next to pipe 4 of northstream continues to go un-reported,
i mean direct evidence that us/uk/mossad want this shyte to go fully nuke really isnt cricket is it?

bring back boris? ahh the reincarnated satanic murdering cigar smoking arse bandit is just waiting to be begged, so on your knees and fucking beg

rant over, i feel so much better, great article from Iain, very grounded mate

Oct 25, 2022 3:16 PM


Indonesia urged to allow the use of only safe ingredients in drugs for children

I don’t know how this wasn’t thought of earlier! What a great idea, safe ingredients for kids. Help them not to die. Genius.

I pray one day that the pharmaceutical industry criminals pay a very heavy price. I don’t mean financial. .

Oct 26, 2022 9:59 AM
Reply to  Sholapur

The same stuff (ethylene dioxide) is used to disinfect some common things, including masks.

Tom Larsen
Tom Larsen
Oct 25, 2022 3:14 PM

The unipolar world: The US, Russia, China spheres of influence
The multipolar world: The US, Russia, China, India(?) spheres of influence

“The more things change, the more they stay the same.”

Oct 25, 2022 3:07 PM

This is actually all irrelevant to the small, private club which is running everything.

EU, China, Russia, Ukraine, USA, NATO and the UK all do what they are told to do, and we get to hear damn little about it.

Oct 25, 2022 2:00 PM

at least we’re getting a pole shift.

William Sabre
William Sabre
Oct 25, 2022 1:32 PM

Within each tomato there are a hundred seeds; within each seed there is a tomato plant; from each tomato plant comes a hundred tomatoes; within each tomato there are a hundred seeds; in perpetuo; this is the true meaning of abundance. The modern system is run in contrary to this sacred truth.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Oct 25, 2022 7:06 PM
Reply to  William Sabre

What you say is true IN THEORY, but in reality some years you get early blight ruining tomato plants,which reduces yield significantly.

Also, unless you are careful about retaining genetic heritage through proper plant selection programmes each generation, you can rapidly end up with far less productive plants.

One great thing about tomato seeds, though, is that they are still as good as new at least 10 years after first storing them.

Oct 25, 2022 11:56 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

There are ways to prepare for off-years; all cultures had stored food; the samoans kept taro root for two years, mushed up in great pits lined with banana leaves, that prevents mold growth; sundried tomatoes for example; and with modern storage capabilities we could hold off for many more years. The blight issue is also avoidable; a lack of wisdom in modern farm practices; growing the wrong fruit in the wrong place under the wrong conditions.

In nature there is no rewards and punishments; there are consequences

Oct 26, 2022 10:05 AM
Reply to  W.S.

Food shortages are being managed for more profit and slavery, not survival and justice. Globalism and financial thuggery are such strategies.

Oct 26, 2022 5:23 PM
Reply to  mgeo

Globalism and financial thuggery,
Are such strategies: *Inclusive buggery*.
Even when 62% Greeks voted “OXI”…

As Christine Lagarde informed Mansion House sq.mile, (LynnD.R. & Royal friends, Including Chucky d’Turd, 🌱 seeding Jet lagged, laggard Lagarde, prior): she began on the 26th May 2014, With the historically honest declaration that…

“Capitalism has Failed. However, there is a future: Inclusive.Capitalism.”
Low and behold came the ‘Council for Inclusive Capitalism’, steered by Christine & Lynn , with Rothschild’s Soros Styled violin, serenading War on Putin & Dugin
With concepts to chuck said names, in the bin: ages ago. Chucky D’Turd, the third Charles not deterred from attention: after all, publicly, Crowning Charle’s Charades and Faked shit-fuckery, could spin money, longterm: i think a Livestream CHARLES GUILLOTINED IRREVOCABLY (NFT) is about the only Lasting alternative for present money systems: as a non fungible token, NFT , it might just survive to be a hit and a minor financial highlight, going forwards for BTC owners like OffG, in this era of utter confusion: a share in the fil’em-rights, to the Crowned Royal destiny of mighty God’s 🥩 mincer (M.G.M.) of words, presenting the Guilded Guillotine of Guildford Golden Globes… A Military Mission,
Ending Royalty Flowers 💐 once and 4All. Melting the Crown 👑
For scrap value. No more soap-operas or false idols of idle
Fixations. Royalties go to the NFT. Respecting Veterans fooled…
Worth paying to view, just once ?
A capital notion of NFT’s values ?
Charles: Graphic Imagery,
C.G.I. Free Destiny , instead of Willy.
Heads Do roll. (HDR) down hill
High. Definition.


On a more seriously refined & resigned note, alternatively, listen Simon Hunt.
Yorkshire’s folk have an uncanny eye for telling you like it is…
Especially regarding China, a realistic appraisal despite Western Com-mics.


William Sabre
William Sabre
Oct 26, 2022 12:13 AM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

It’s not a theory; it’s why your even here. Your descendants lived by that understanding with very little technology, other than the wisdom of farming, a faithful community and simple tools.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Oct 26, 2022 12:46 AM
Reply to  William Sabre

You’ve touched on the core of the Great Deceit: There is abundance but the self-appointed rulers have kept humanity in a prison of scarcity. And humanity has swallowed this ‘truth’.

Clive Williams
Clive Williams
Oct 28, 2022 8:21 AM
Reply to  William Sabre

lol! Tom plants grow in sewer drain pipe ditches.

Oct 25, 2022 12:58 PM

“For those who manipulate geopolitics covertly, it is perfect: the system itself is king.”

Covert ID is the nature of a masked ‘reality’.

“They don’t care what the intent of an idea is. They care only how they can use that ideology or philosophy to justify their actions if anyone asks.”

This is the premise of eGoF or covert ID masking so as to gain function from life for lies – or invested & protected self-illusion.

The ‘pole’ that is missing from the thinking or system of control is the truth or wholeness that “All the king’s horses and all the king’s men” are set to put together again from a fragmented and broken chaos driven order.
Masking strategy runs against yet depends upon fear of pain of loss.

Integral Sovereignty is denied or blocked from awareness by fragmented conflict driven narrative control, that runs a normalised reversal of effect and cause to gain a world but lose Soul of Felt awareness. Yet truth is not edited or changed by illusion or lie so much as masked out or masked over in the mind that joins in wanting self-illusion and fearing truth as pain of loss.

“But WHO told you your were naked?” said the Lord.

Apart from its current reference, I see this statement reminds our freedom to question our ‘reality’ and the thoughts that induced us to want or need to mask or defend a sense of self-lack, invalidity, or guilt for our existence.

William Sabre
William Sabre
Oct 25, 2022 1:25 PM
Reply to  Binra

There is no putting this back together; why try and fix a pointless system; best off going back to what works; unfortunately many proletariat follow the system; when its shown to be corrupt, they inevitably become corrupt; most businesses now are receeding to self-preservation and overcharging for everything; the individualism and selfish desire satisfaction taught by consumerism has built a house on sand; the understanding of natural abundance has been extricated from the normies minds; unfortunate because working together could alleviate the corrupt systems effect. It’s a self-preservation society now and we’re all in that bus.

Oct 25, 2022 12:53 PM

The CFR pushing the regionalisation narrative:

They’re also bitching that the OAS is too weak because of internal divisions among member states. The Nazis had a solution for that, what they called Gleichschaltung or “Bringing into Line”.

Oct 25, 2022 12:47 PM

A pointless so-called civilisation that can’t even support the healthy growth of it’s own young families. New world b*ll*cks. What an utter sh*thole of a system run by idiots and nonces. Pathetic.

Oct 25, 2022 11:58 AM

It’s all pointless; this economical organising; youth here in UK can’t get a house; they work 24/7; never see kids or partner; many people can barely afford good food; new tech and hobbies are a forgotten dream. All of this tyranny, economical fiat fraud, 4th industrial nonsense the elite commit to, surrounds a civilisation that can’t even support the healthy growth of their young families. Who do they think will drive the infra-structure of this new world? Immigrants-robots-come off it! What an utterly pointless dead-end. A self-exterminating system.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Oct 25, 2022 7:08 PM
Reply to  Semblance

They WANT the current to be a pointless dead-end. That’s what they WANT. They WANT 90%+ reduction in world population. That’s their PLAN.

You’re living under an assumption that people are as humane as you. Sorry to tell you, the powerful are psychopathic genocidalists, the only question is how subtle they can be in their genocidal moves to get away with it….

Oct 25, 2022 11:54 AM

Sorry Ian but the oligarchs in Russia will dance to Putin’s tune whilst here in the West we dance to theirs.

Rhys Jaggar
Rhys Jaggar
Oct 25, 2022 7:09 PM
Reply to  Grafter

We dance to the tune of the globalists – the IPCC, the Net Zero freaks, the LBGTQ++ freaks, the digital currency freaks.

Baldmichael Theresolute
Baldmichael Theresolute
Oct 25, 2022 10:20 PM
Reply to  Rhys Jaggar

…and all roads lead to Rome. Anagram of vaccination is ‘Icon Vatican’.

Dec 27, 2022 4:08 AM

The Vatican is an appendage of the Central Banking Cartel.

Oct 25, 2022 11:27 AM

Massive thanks to Iain Davies and his editor for performing Extra-Ordinary due diligence I in this series, endeavouring to reveal as much as we know, we know, into a collective form, of objective conceptual abstract,y steering folk towards many highly realistic conclusions: inc. Military dimensions, a mind boggling task alone, let alone commodity & financial upheaval, electronically on top
Blockchain Distributed Ledgers & Aladdin ?
A.i. × Blackrock Baidu & Ma.+Sun.? Only just begun, needing immediate regulation,

In this electronic world, we cannot permit the very sick people of old, programming
Totalitarian Technocracy, Schools & TOOLS
MILITARY first, in all nations: this,
Is not new. Just the technology & Communications.Media.
Truly needs Transparency.
Or we’re doomed to fight,
Instead of share,