Russian President Vladimir Putin may have launched his invasion of Ukraine as a preemptive strike against the Great Reset agenda of the global elites or globalists. His willingness to continue the war despite the West’s severe economic sanctions against his regime also shows that a paradigm shift has occurred, and there are now multiple world powers.
This is according to conservative political commentator and radio host Glenn Beck, who talked about this in a recent episode of his show, the “Glenn Beck Program.”
“He’s fighting the Great Reset because it’s a globalist movement,” said Beck. “And the globalists are fighting the nationalist, socialist idea – the idea that Russia is all-important or that China is all-important. It’s the globalists against the nationalists. That’s what it really is.”
“That’s what our leadership all over the globe is fighting for – for Russia to put Russia back on top, China to make sure they’re on top, and the West to make sure we all come together in a nice, globalist, one unit package that will all march to the sound of the same drum,” continued Beck.
He pointed out that the world people may have conceived of growing up, with the United States being the sole superpower in the world, is already gone.
“There’s been a paradigm shift,” he said. “We believe that we live in a country that is free, that our republic represents us and that we have rights and the president of the United States actually represents the people of the United States. You don’t live in that world anymore.”
Beck explained that the world is now being dominated by the dictatorial systems in Russia and China, where the government can tell entire industries and sectors of society what to do and if they do not agree with the government, they will be imprisoned or worse.
Globalists may have enabled the invasion of Ukraine to test its strength
According to Beck, President Joe Biden may have indirectly given Putin the green light to invade Ukraine. (Related: FACT: Biden has sanctioned more American oil than Russian oil… American consumers are PUNISHED while Putin gets REWARDED with extra revenues.)
When Putin started “flexing his muscles,” as Beck described it, Biden made it clear that it would not intervene if Putin limited himself to just a “minor incursion” into Ukraine. This limited military operation would have probably involved occupying all of the territories in eastern Ukraine claimed by the two pro-Russian separatist regions of Donetsk and Luhansk.
“If I’m Putin, I look at my advisors when I hear that and go, ‘Did he just tell us we could take half of Ukraine, and it would be kind of cool? Let’s go,’” commented Beck.
What this means is that Putin pushed his luck by not just trying to take over the parts of Donetsk and Luhansk controlled by Ukraine, but also by attempting to occupy most of Ukraine proper.
Biden and his globalist allies may have planned this from the beginning. Beck believes the reason for this is so that this globalist alliance may be able to test its strength against another world power.
The first weapon of the globalists against Russia are the sanctions. “I’ve never seen sanctions like this ever before,” commented Beck. “Total and complete, except for that leaky oil problem.”
Oil is one of Russia’s most profitable exports. Parts of Europe have been reluctant to sanction Russian oil because they are so dependent on it. But the pressure to do so is escalating. If the European Union (EU) caves and starts sanctioning Russian oil, Putin will have to rely on third-party oil trades to get around the sanctions and keep exporting Russian oil.
The second weapon of the globalists are their military-industrial complexes that are heavily arming Ukraine. At least 13 different nations, either in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or in the EU have already sent military aid to Ukraine to test if proxy wars are still capable of taking down the enemies of the globalists.
These countries have already sent billions of dollars worth of military aid to Ukraine, including over $1.3 billion of aid from the U.S. alone. These include ammunition, small arms, larger weapons like artillery pieces, anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons and military vehicles like fighter jets.
“The Russian invasion of Ukraine marks a turning point,” said Olaf Scholz, the globalist chancellor of Germany. “It is our duty to do our best to support Ukraine in defending itself against Putin’s invading army.”