Two-Thirds of Russians Believe In New World Order — Do You?

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Accordant to the majority of Russians, the New World Order exists. The number of backers believing in a force that masterminds all politics has grown substantially (from 45% to 67%) since 2014, the VTsIOM poll states.

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More and more Russians (57% in 2014 and 74% in 2018) are confident that the interests of the ‘world government’ contravene public policy in Russia.

Russians think that financiers, oligarchs, and bankers are the primary members of the ‘world government’; 23 percent of citizens share this viewpoint.

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It is notable that Russians consider the ‘world government’ futile: 57 percent believe that it controls only part of the world operations (against 33 percent in 2014).

Young Russians, however, are more skeptical of conspiracy theories than the elder generation. One in four does not buy the notion of New World Order (24%).

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The New World Order or “NWO” is said to be a nascent clandestine totalitarian world government by various conspiracy theorists.

The prevalent theme in theories about a New World Order is that a secretive power gentry with a globalist docket is conspiring to ultimately rule the world through an authoritarian world government—which in turn, will replace sovereign nation-states—and an all-extensive propaganda whose political orientation lauds the establishment of the New World Order as the climax of history’s progression.

The Latin phrase “novus ordo seclorum“, appearing on the back side of the U.S. Great Seal since 1782 and on the back of the U.S. one-dollar bill since 1935, translates to “New Order of the Ages” and alludes to the commencement of an era where the U.S. is an independent nation-state; conspiracy theorists assert this is an implication to the “New World Order”.

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Author: Aaron Granger


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