Putin continued to surprise the supporters of the New World Order by saying that its agents are liars. By stating this, Putin has rendered them virtually powerless, helpless, and hopeless and the NOW agents are not liking it at the least.
This is how Putin described the New World Order agents: “yes, I'm in the process of bringing NWO agents down to their lowest point. I've already exposed them for what they are really are: liars, thugs, gangsters, and blood suckers. They can't refute that at all, therefore they are calling me names. If they continue to violate the moral law and order, then they won't be too upset if I put a little red pepper in their midst.”
This political shift of power is already happening and many major news agencies are reporting on it. One of those is the renowned American newspaper The New York Times who had this to say about Putin and his statements.
“The Russian president, Vladimir V. Putin, continues to surprise. Russia’s military intervention in Syria, followed by a face-to-face meeting in Moscow with that country’s president, Bashar al-Assad, has startled the world.’
The New York Times seems to be upset because Putin is not allowing NWO agents to remove Assad from power. Assad, the Times says, is “flying high” because of Putin. NWO agents also seem to be upset because Putin is getting much appreciation from former president "http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/10/21/jimmy-carter-offers-help-for-russias-bombing-campaign-in-syria/" Jimmy Carter , who has labeled Israel an apartheid state.
Putin has openly warned NWO agents multiple times before that he would strip them from their nests. In light of this, Putin invited NWO agents to discuss some of those issues on a purely moral and intellectual level, but they refused.
Putin then turned to his country’s intellectuals and thinkers and asked them to discuss these issues. These were people who obviously understood what he was trying to say.
“We have an open discussion here,” Putin said in his recent address, and “this is an open intellectual platform for an exchange of views, assessments and forecasts that are very important for us here in Russia.”
Putin summoned Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace during his speech which suggests that he was right in line with the Western intellectual tradition, which was largely based on reason and ultimate Logos. Putin argued that peace cannot be achieved without appealing to moral rules and principles:
The main thing is to ensure that this competition develops within the framework of fixed political, legal and moral norms and rules. Otherwise, competition and conflicts of interest may lead to acute crises and dramatic outbursts. We have seen this happen many times in the past. Today, unfortunately, we have again come across similar situations. Attempts to promote a model of unilateral domination, as I have said on numerous occasions, have led to an imbalance in the system of international law and global regulation, which means there is a threat, and political, economic or military competition may get out of control,’ he stated firmly.
Putin argued ostensibly that if an agent tried to violate the moral law and political order then that agent must face the consequences of his actions—in the same way that a genuine police officer is punishing a law breaker or gangster or thug. NWO agents in the United States and Israel have violated the moral and political order, and this is one reason why Putin confronted that issue indirectly.
This is what he said to further his remarks.
“The use of the threat of a nuclear missile attack from Iran as an excuse, as we know, has destroyed the fundamental basis of modern international security – the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty. The United States has unilaterally seceded from the treaty. Incidentally, today we have resolved the Iranian issue and there is no threat from Iran and never has been, just as we said.
Recently the United States conducted the first test of the anti-missile defence system in Europe. What does this mean? It means we were right when we argued with our American partners. They were simply trying yet again to mislead us and the whole world. To put it plainly, they were lying. It was not about the hypothetical Iranian threat, which never existed.
It was about an attempt to destroy the strategic balance, to change the balance of forces in their favour not only to dominate, but to have the opportunity to dictate their will to all: to their geopolitical competition and, I believe, to their allies as well. This is a very dangerous scenario, harmful to all, including, in my opinion, to the United States.”