PressTV: Putin says Russia will never succumb to unipolar world order

Russian President Vladimir Putin as he speaks during a press conference in Moscow on December 18, 2014

Russian President Vladimir Putin as he speaks during a press conference in Moscow on December 18, 2014

Russian president says his country will never accept a world order which is headed by one single government.

Vladimir Putin on Saturday said Moscow will oppose a unipolar world order where an undisputed leader imposes his own will on the world.

“There’s an attempt to disguise the current world order that has taken shape over the past few decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union, a world order that is headed by one undisputed leader who wants to remain such,” Putin told a congress of the Independent Trade Unions Federation of Russia in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi.

Putin was clearly lashing out at the United States, which is currently at loggerheads with Russia over the armed conflict in east Ukraine.

He said that Russia will never be satisfied with a world system in which only things are allowed that meet the interests of an “undisputed leader.”

“A leader who assumes that everything is allowed to him but others only need what he allows them and what meets his own interests. Russia will never be satisfied with this kind of world order,” Putin added.

Sanctions will fail

Meanwhile, Putin admitted that the current US-led sanctions on Russia have harmed the country but added that such measures will never achieve their goals. Emphasizing that sanctions will ultimately benefit no one, Putin said, “They definitely can’t be effective against a country such as ours, though they do cause us certain damage and harm, and we should realize this.”

Putin added that Russia is not at war and does not want a war, adding that attempts have been made to curb the development of Russia.

“We don’t plan to fight a war with anyone, we plan to cooperate with everyone,” he said.

Russia has been hit by several rounds of Western sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine, although the restrictive measures have backfired on the economy of the European countries.

The armed conflict in east Ukraine has claimed the lives of more than 5,300 people according to the estimates made by the United Nations. Western governments keep accusing Russia of supporting the armed militancy against the Ukrainian government. Moscow denies the charges, saying Kiev must stop the suppression of the ethnic Russian population in the area.

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14 Responses to PressTV: Putin says Russia will never succumb to unipolar world order

  1. g77enn says:


    Clearly Putin is in the right and the Ukraine Nazis backed by the USA in the wrong. Putin’s speech was exemplary, and I too would like to think Putin in the long term is not NWO. However, I need a lot more convincing given just a few facts:

    1. Putin is a billionaire and entrenched with the Russian Oligarchs. Russia has more oligarchs per capita than virtually any country in the world. “… according to the 2014 Credit Suisse analysis, which found that those in the top 10 percent of the population control a staggering 85 percent of wealth in Russia. Worldwide, there is about one billionaire for every $170 billion in household wealth; in Russia, there is one for every $11 billion. 90 percent of entrepreneurs say they’ve experienced corruption One factor widely seen as contributing to the rise of the uber-rich is the role of corruption inside Russia. Despite pledges by Vladimir Putin to crack down on corruption, to most Russians, the problem remains widespread.
    2. Putin has been meeting regularly with Henry Kissinger since he was elected. They’re a mutual fan club if one googles their pictures together and what they have to say about one another.
    3. Putin refers to the Israeli slaughter of Palestinians as a war?
    4. Many Russians claim Putin hides his ancestry and that both his father and mother were of Jewish ancestry. Why?
    5. Russians claim he’s been depopulating ethnic Ukrainians much like the Zionist Bolsheviks did.
    Could this be why Putin didn’t intervene in Ukraine immediately before the Nazis got a foothold there? Is this why he allowed Ukraine’s gold to be stolen? According to Fulford, the USA is funding both the militia and the Nazis, much like they are funding Isis and the anti-Isis forces. Appears to be a depopulation scenario given that according to German sources over 50,000 have been slaughtered in Ukraine already. Rule of thumb, multiply any numbers the Zionists give you by a factor of ten. Remember Hitler’s rule that if you tell lies, tell whoppers.
    6. How could he have gotten control over Europe’s fuel supply in the first place if he wasn’t supported by the Rothschilds?
    7. When Putin is pictured with western politicos, they all appear to be having a great time, and even at times arranging off microphone secret conversations. Is this how enemies behave, or is it that these people have no conscience or both?
    8. In George Soros own words how China was convinced to join the NWO (Russia & China are allies): “I think this would be the time, because you really need to bring China into the creation of a new world order — financial world order. They are kind of reluctant members of the IMF. They play along, but they don’t make much of a contribution because it’s not their institution. Their share is not commeasurate — their voting rights are not commeasurate — to their weight. So I think you need a New World Order that China has to be part of the process of creating it, and they have to buy in. So he is saying that the way to bring the Chinese into the NWO is to have them help create it and to give them “ownership” of it. This is not a new idea, of course, since the Rockefellers hinted at this strategy back in 1961 in their NWO blueprint book Prospect for America: The Rockefeller Panel Reports… ”
    9. The middle class has not increased under Putin and has in fact protested against him.
    10. China, Putin’s ally, continues to push for USA strict gun control. Why?

    • Jean says:

      g77enn, these are all very important points, and we would do well to keep them in mind in the coming days. While I tend to think Putin is the one who is going to bring down the financial house of cards, I hope we will not blindly follow him into another situation that is not in our interests. There is no need to move hastily on this one. Can everyone agree on that? We must be very careful, but as I see it that is going to be a time of extreme danger to the human race. People will be upset by the chaos, confused, and we will have to keep our heads so we are not led down a false path. . . We cannot afford to make another mistake! Hugs, ~Jean

  2. vlad says:

    Jean and Rebecca
    These are some of the thoughts I have had for many years.The possiablities are,
    1 This is all an act ,the West, Russia and China to lead us into WAR ,depopulation and cahos
    2 He play along until he got into power and now he switch to be a good guy his orginal plan
    you have to be a crimal at first to beat the crimals at the end.
    I think he can pull this off if he does a first stike in two stages
    first go after the people that are the emeny of the human race instead of countries
    second the countries in case they retalulate
    just another point China,why would the west give birth to a new china durning Nixon,kissinger 1971 I would think china and the west would be partner more than Russia and the west.
    Gorbichaof gave a way Russia.
    time will tell,we are living in very historic times,but this time in history the weapons are to powerful
    Billions of people could die.

  3. larryzb says:

    Putin is a leader. He appears to be a Russian nationalist. He is better for Russia than Obama is for the US.

  4. Rebecca says:

    I just cannot make my mind up whether Putin is part of the game or for real. The big black mark I have against him is that he headed the KGB for many years.
    But when I read these articles I really want to believe he is the real deal.

  5. paleohippy says:

    Putin has maybe not a bloodline, but a hierarchical line of inclusion all the way back to Ivan the Terrible. Anybody who thinks they can take down Vladimir Vladimirovich or Russia is nuts. The pendulum of the ages is swinging to the East and nobody can stop that kind of energy.

  6. Mr Putin, I salute you. A man who has the courage to stand alone, who cannot be bought. Let the Puppets play their games, everything is out in the open, we are watching carefully . You will not fool us again, you need us to elect you, do you think we will fall for your lies ever again.????

    • paleohippy says:

      Need a follow-up on this for clarity.

    • Watcher (Nancy) says:

      Will “not fool us again”?.. I believe according to language modifiers that that statement references ” the Puppets”….
      As for the Puppets “needing us to elect them”… that is not true, if only 126 people trotted out to “vote” the controllers would have “their man” win the election. They don’t need us to “elect” them.. because we DON’T elect them.. they S-elect themselves.

      • Jean says:

        You’ve got it, and I’ve just recently heard of a solution to that problem . . . but it’s not mine to tell. . . so I’m waiting . . . 🙂 Hugs, ~Jean

  7. swo8 says:

    At least he has his wits about him.

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