The Economist New Cover With Putin

The Economist, the magazine controlled by Rothschild family, is famous for its cryptic covers. When the new cover came out yesterday, no one is surprised by the portrait of Russian president, represented as Russian tsar. Interesting that lower case tsar is very intentional. The cover marks the 100 anniversary from Russian Bolshevik revolution.

Obviously the cover puts up the view of the Rothschild having on Russia. The medal with communist insignia held by 1000 ruble’s banknote, medal with Crimea outline held by 5000 rubles banknote, key chain stylized with Trump face. There is a ribbon with Su-57. There is metal plates of the jacket. One thing catch my attention: Eye of Jacob Rothschild medal held by the Russian flag ribbon. What does it signifies?

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