Russia’s Putin Makes Currency Swap Deal With China Proposes Super-European-Union. NWO Shadow Play?

In the Tea Party there are many undercurrent  philosophies of what the New World Order means and how they plan to execute their plans.  From the John Birch Society’s incredibly well researched long winded explanations, to Buchanan’s wishiwashi, ‘perhaps there is something to it’ explanations.

We have found that the Swiss website provides well researched, fact backed articles that are packed full of information, and are readable by the average Tea Party-er.

Here is an article that we recommend as a must read for the Tea Party and Freedom Movement in general:

Are There Still Differences Between the Great Powers?

The Daily Bell – by Staff Report

Vladimir Putin

Putin’s Free-Trade Proposal Is ‘Just a Smokescreen’ … Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (left) arrives at a conference in Berlin on Friday: Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin wants the EU and Russia to forge a massive free trade zone. German commentators are wary of the wily politician’s true intentions and urge Europe’s politicians to read the small print. Russia appears to have launched a charm offensive aimed at the West. At last week’s NATO summit in Lisbon, the alliance and Russia decided to cooperate on a missile shield, an agreement that Russian President Dmitry Medvedev described as “historic.” Then on Thursday, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin presented his vision of a massive Eurasian free-trade zone in a guest editorial for the German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung. “We propose the creation of a harmonious economic community stretching from Lisbon to Vladivostok,” Putin wrote in the piece. “In the future, we could even consider a free trade zone or even more advanced forms of economic integration. The result would be a unified continental market with a capacity worth trillions of euros.” – Der Spiegel

Dominant Social Theme: Putin wants everybody to get along – politically and from a currency standpoint (except perhaps the US).

Free-Market Analysis: Vladimir Putin makes a currency swap deal with China and then heads to Germany to propose a vast, continent-wide European union. It is inevitable, he says. It is aimed at marginalizing the US dollar and giving the world a choice of what kind of currency to use. Putin speaks, even, of adopting the euro, while other Russian political leaders have spoken of creating a basket of currencies, akin to the IMF’s suggested bancor.