Angela Merkel has delivered President Vladimir Putin an extraordinary, strongly worded warning: ‘You are making a big mistake going rogue from the New World Order – come into the fold before it’s too late.’
Merkel is getting ‘more and more exasperated’ with the ‘reckless behaviour’ of President Putin, to the point where she felt it necessary to instruct Rudiger von Fritsch, the German Ambassador to the Russian Federation, to pass on her strongly worded threat.
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It is understood Putin prefers not to take direct personal telephone calls from Merkel, hence her use of von Fritsch as messenger.
The corridors and chambers of the Kremlin have been buzzing this week , according to two Kremlin insiders, after news leaked of Merkel’s angry message. The general consensus is that Putin will not be intimidated by Merkel’s heavy-handed NWO bullying and will stick to his plans to destroy the Illuminati in 2016.
Merkel and Putin have history dating back to his days working for Russian intelligence in Germany in the 1980s. Putin’s ex-wife, Lyudmila Putina, is said to have been deeply suspicious of Merkel, a view that has perhaps coloured Putin’s view of the German leader ever since.
As for Merkel, she is well known in diplomatic circles for making ‘repeated highly personal attacks’ on President Putin. International summits like the G8 and G20 are often made extremely awkward due to her behaviour around Putin. ‘He has always been a real pain in the ass,’ she was overheard saying at the G20 summit in Brisbane in 2014, while sitting at her table with a face on, staring at him across the room. ‘Who does he think he is?’
‘Angela Merkel is obsessed with him [Putin]. They are complete opposites but she can’t seem to let go,’ said Alina Kabaeva, former Russian gymnast and current member of parliament. ‘She is desperate to change him and when he refuses to budge an inch she gets mad and hits out. Ideally there would be less personal tension between world leaders, but what can you do when you are dealing with someone like her?‘
The history of Merkel and Putin falling out is now shrouded in the mists of time, but it is widely accepted in Kremlin circles that the key moment occurred in 2003 when Merkel, leader of the opposition party at the time, sent a highly unusual request to see Putin away from his bodyguards at the Hotel Adlon in Berlin. She had booked the entire suite of rooms on the upper level.
It is understood Putin, being naturally courageous and curious, was intrigued by the invitation, but his FSS guards strongly objected and the rendezvous did not take place.
The incident created a general misunderstanding between the pair and by all accounts Angela Merkel went crazy, ramping up her badmouthing of Putin and, after becoming Chancellor of Germany, attempted to sabatoge his plans whenever possible.
It is perhaps not coincidental that this is the era when Merkel threw her lot in with the New World Order, while Putin progressed down a different path to the point of being considered ‘fully rogue’ from the NWO and declaring his desire to destroy the elite global organisation.