It may be a surprise for many that Russia isn't the old Soviet Union created by Bolshevik revolution by the international usury mafia. Here is one clear indication that new winds are blowing in Russia today. Published on 16th of June 2016 in a Russian newspaper a memorial plaque in honor of Carl Gustav Mannerheim was revealed in front of a Russian military academy.
Mannerheim, of Finnish origin, served thirty years in the Russian Imperial Army, but had to leave when the country fell in chaos after the Bolshevik revolution. He returned to Finland just in time to save the country from descending into communism as a head of the White against the Red in the Finnish civil war on 1917, a war that resulted in thirty thousand dead. Thus were the plans of the international usury mafia made void, and Finland gained its independence.
Mannerheim continued successfully his work to keep the country from falling into Bolshevism between the world wars and during the second world war.
The Soviet did their worst to destroy Finland, managing even to make Great Britain to declare war against Finland.
"I am deeply grieved at what I see coming, namely, that we shall be forced in a few days, out of loyalty to our ally Russia, to declare war upon Finland. .. November 29th, 1941"