Putin Slams Globalism & Big Tech Censorship

Putin Slams Globalism & Big Tech Censorship

The World Economic Forum’s “Davos Agenda Forum” is taking place digitally this year. Many of the world leaders are speaking digitally at this one, on a Zoom event hosted by founder Klaus Schwab.

Probably because this made it very easy to 'attend', Vladimir Putin turned up for the first time ever. And the Russian President tore into the globalists and their world coup d'etat agenda. His historic speech is a masterly demolition of their lies and refutation of their propaganda lies.



He discussed the global power of liberal Big Tech.

“These are no longer just economic giants — in some areas they are already de facto competing with states,” Putin said of the global monopolies.

“How well does this monopolism work with the public interest?” Putin asked. “Where is the line between successful businesses and big data consolidation, on the one hand, and the desire to rule the society by being a substitute for legitimate democratic institutions, by deciding for the people how to live and what to choose and what they can express freely?”

“We have seen this quite recently in the United States, and everyone understands quite clearly what I’m talking about, and I’m sure everyone knows what I’m talking about,” he said, referencing the banning of Donald Trump from the internet and the subsequent massive shut down of freedom of speech.

Along with talking about the monopoly tech companies taking over the world, he also said that the billionaire class, through globalism and mass transfers of populations, is destroying values and cultures and making everyone poor while the rich continue to get richer.

He talked about the American banking system, based on debt, and warned of the fact that the US government is printing money like crazy in response to the coronavirus plague hoax.

He also mentioned that the coronavirus is being used to push Schwab’s cyborg agenda, but asked: at what price? That's a question the whole world needs to ask as well. He described what is going on as 'a dark anti-Utopia'. We couldn't have put it better ourselves!