Agenda 21, Technocracy, and the New World Order in the Russian Federation

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As the alternative media as a whole seems poised to eternally sing the praises of the Russian Federation in stymieing the Anglo-American Establishment’s imperialistic aims in Syria, entrenched in analysis of the 2D Chessboard of geopolitics, this author’s contrarian nature has seen fit to call attention to the 3D Chessboard unifying these seemingly disparate nation-states.

Agenda 21, Technocracy, and the New World Order in the Russian Federation

Today’s game? Agenda 21. Its playing piece of choice? The seemingly autonomous nation of Russia.

To those still invested in the “BRICS Saviour” paradigm, Russia’s compliance with United Nations Agenda 21 and the collective tyranny accompanying it may come as a shock; to the student of Deep Politics, it’s merely forensic history.

One of the more widely known examples of these Soviet “Smart Cities,” Magnitogorsk, was in fact a direct copy of Gary, Indiana. Structured around a centrally managed steel mill, the city’s master plan was even drafted by the same American Technocrats who originally built Gary. Many American engineers, inspired by Gary’s Cybernetic faculties, went so far as to emigrate to the USSR to offer their expertise to the project:

Eerily foreshadowing the predicament faced by Free Humanity in the midst of Agenda 21, little of Magnitogorsk’s post-1937 history is known to us, as it became a closed city – the very type of strictly managed urban use envisioned by the ruling caste of today.

Lesser known than the American emulation that was Magnitogorsk, the documented collaboration between the supposedly “anti-Capitalist” Bolsheviks and the Ford Motor Company in the city of Nizhni-Novgorod (also known as Gorki) is laden with Deep Political implications. Originally uncovered by Hoover Institute researcher Professor Antony C. Sutton in his 1986 publication, The Best Enemy Money Can Buy, the Gorki-Ford joint venture yielded not only prolific automobile production, but Soviet military equipment as well.

One Response

  1. robertsgt40 says:

    Keep in mind Bolshevism (communism/Zionism/kibbutzism) didn’t work. And never will.

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