Putin on the Coming Collapse of Civilisation By James Reed

Many here have written about the existential threat to civilisation, and now Putin has expressed concerns about the same issue. Here are the words of Vlad the Great:

https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe/the-end-of-our-civilisation-putin-raises-prospect-of-global-conflict-20210127-p56xc7.html

Russian President Vladimir Putin says the world risks spiralling into “all against all” conflict, as he faces fresh pressure over the attempted assassination and imprisonment of his main political rival.

Speaking to the World Economic Forum, Putin warned the coronavirus pandemic and widening economic inequality had created parallels to the 1930s and said a failure to deal with those tensions helped spark World War II.

“Nowadays such a heated conflict is not possible. I hope it is not possible in principle because it would mean the end of our civilisation,” Putin said.

“However, the situation might develop unpredictably and uncontrollably if we sit on our hands doing nothing to avoid it.

“There is a possibility we may experience a natural collapse of global development that might result in a fight of all against all.”

Putin - who has been accused of repeatedly breaching international laws, bearing ultimate responsibility for the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 and sanctioning a recent nerve agent attack against chief Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny - said international institutions were weakened and the global security system was in the process of “degrading”.

 

This makes it all the more urgent to get up the social credit alternative to save the world from possible nuclear annihilation, as most tensions can be traced at some point in the causal chain to the flawed financial system.

 

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