More Russian Lies

On December 29, 2021, I published a 15,000-word article detailing some of the lies Russia has been telling about the disaster situation they caused in Ukraine. I honed in on three key facts; namely, that communism never fell in Russia and that the hardliners are still pursuing the same old agenda, that Russia is not surrounded by NATO, and that Russia is the aggressor. Today, I want to expand my analysis and cite several more of Russia’s deceptions that are hoodwinking people high and low in the West. 

First, I want to give a quick overview of the last eight years. In 2014, Russia backed a coup that deposed the Ukrainian president while pretending to support him – then blamed it on NATO. Using this as a pretext, Russian supporters in Donetsk and Luhansk – the region known as Donbass – declared independence. This was of course supported by Russian troops and mercenaries. Russian soldiers simultaneously stole Crimea, which Putin then annexed. Leonid Ragozin called the annexation a “masterclass in political manipulation,” stating: 

“Putin succeeded in using a revolution that could have spelt the end of his regime to his advantage by forcing Russia’s entire population into binge watching daily episodes of an endless series about Ukraine burning in hellfire.” 

The endless streaming of malicious propaganda against Ukraine continues today with Ukraine being depicted as an illegitimate vassal state of NATO or the United States – a state that is literally perpetuating “genocide,” a claim Putin has now made more than once and is using as a justification for Russian intervention in Ukraine. 

Going back to 2014, however, I would be remiss if I didn’t note that a total of 5% of Ukraine was stolen and placed under outright or de facto Russian control. Russia has since granted almost 1 million Ukrainians in these stolen territories Russian passports and citizenship, partially to convert the area in Russia proper and make claims of “defending” its people more tenable (which is the reason Russia has engaged in mass settler colonialism throughout its former satellites states) and partially to reverse bad demographic trends. As Ukraine has justly fought back against these Russian-supported separatists and their Kremlin controllers, some 14,000 people on both sides have perished. 

A few days ago, as alleged Ukrainian saboteurs were being caught crossing into Russia and a supposed bombing attempt was being thwarted by Luhansk authorities, the Russian Duma approved a proposal to recognize Luhansk and Donetsk as independent states. On February 21, Putin approved the proposal. One of the stunning things about this move is that Luhansk and Donetsk claim control over territory that they actually don’t control and which is controlled by Ukraine. What if Ukraine decides to exert its control over its own territory in these falsely claimed areas? Will Putin call this an “invasion” or “aggression” and go to war to “defend” the newly independent states? 

Perhaps the point is mute because as incredible as it is to steal a nation’s territory and then recognize the territories’ “independence,” the old KGB tactician took it a step farther. Immediately upon recognizing the so-called “independence” of Luhansk and Donetsk, Putin ordered Russian troops into the region to “maintain peace.” Is this how you treat an “independent” state, by occupying it with your soldiers? Can it truly be called “independent” when, on day one, a foreign military under the command of a foreign dictator enters and takes over? Hardly! 

This is conquest by any other name and I’m losing my mind watching Alex Jones, Jeff Rense, and others justifying this invasion. Now, because of these latest developments, any Ukrainian action against the separatists in what is rightfully Ukrainian territory will risk the chance of engaging Russian forces and igniting a larger war. If that happens, remember it was Vladimir Putin who made it so. Glenn Beck has a mostly-accurate segment from his show on this news which a follower of one of my Facebook pages sent to me this morning and which I commend to you. 

Numerous sources are now reporting 10,000 Russian troops have already entered Donbass, though reports are a little hazy. Whether boots are actually on the ground yet or not (they’ve been there for eight years in one form or another, so why wouldn’t be), the Red Tsar’s decree exists and will be acted upon sooner or later. KGB dictator Putin, after sending in troops, requested the Duma to grant him authorization to use military force outside of Russian territory.  

The false narrative that Russia is the “savior” has again been repeated and fortified by the events. And the gullible fools in the West remain oblivious to the fact that Russia has orchestrated this entire episode using classic Soviet tactics of subversion, deception, and manipulation. 

Now, let’s proceed with Russia’s lies about Ukraine and NATO and the tactics they’ve used to steal part of Ukraine for themselves. The first thing that comes to mind is Vladimir Putin’s fatalist, alarmist, and, frankly, psychotic, rhetoric. First, he has continuously lied about NATO aggression, expansionism, and threatening Russia’s borders. I’m no supporter of NATO, but I’m also not a friend of lies and distortions. I dispensed with this absurdity in my “Russia Lies” article mentioned earlier, but the fact of the matter is that the majority of states bordering Russia are not NATO members, including Ukraine.  

Another fact is that the only states bordering Russia that are in any way hostile and which also contain NATO forces are those, like Estonia, which invited NATO forces to be stationed there AFTER Russia engaged in hybrid-warfare against them. It’s essential you understand the old communist shtick of proclaiming innocence in all things while blaming the enemy for the exact same things you are in reality doing or planning to do. Trained in KGB subversion tactics, Russia plays the victim card masterfully. But Russia isn’t a victim of anything except its own communist regime’s tyranny and conquest ambitions. 

Since I’ve been closely studying Russia, not a year has gone by that some Russian leader or general hasn’t threatened NATO or the United States with nuclear war. It’s a sick compulsion. If anyone in the West ritualistically threatened Russia or China with nuclear war, we’d rightly call him a lunatic. Vladimir Putin is a lunatic. I cite but three examples of his nuclear rhetoric. 

Last week, while in France, Putin fumed at his audience, warning them how quickly he would drop atom bombs on their heads in the event of NATO interfering in Ukraine: 

“Do you understand it or not, that if Ukraine joins Nato and attempts to bring Crimea back by military means, the European countries will be automatically pulled into a war conflict with Russia? 

“Of course, Russia and Nato [military] potentials are incomparable. We understand it. But we also understand that Russia is one of the leading nuclear states. 

“There will be no winners, and you will be pulled into this conflict against your will.” 

“You won’t even have time to blink your eye when you execute Article 5.” 

Imagine if doddering Biden said he would strike third-party nations with nuclear weapons if any of their allies attacked, say, Canada. That’s essentially the situation. That’s what Putin is saying. If NATO dares to help a smaller nation who has been attacked by Russia defend itself against further Russian aggression, then Russia will drop nuclear weapons all over Europe. Think of how maniacally insane that is! 

But this isn’t the first, and I doubt it will be the last, time that Putin has made such threats. In 2018, he again played the victim card, but still managed to voice his willingness – in seconds – to order a nuclear strike: 

“Our strategy of nuclear weapons use doesn’t envision a preemptive strike. Our concept is a launch under attack. 

“Only when we become convinced that there is an incoming attack on the territory of Russia, and that happens within seconds, only after that we would launch a retaliatory strike.” 

It should be noted that the nation that fires nuclear missiles second will be in better shape than the one that fires first, nullifying any idea Putin may have intended to convey about Russia’s benevolence.   

Finally, in a 2014 military document, Russia made a statement that puts Putin’s threats – most of which I haven’t included here – in better context: 

“The Russian Federation reserves the right to use nuclear weapons in response to the use of nuclear and other types of weapons of mass destruction against it and/or its allies, as well as in the event of aggression against the Russian Federation with the use of conventional weapons when the very existence of the state is threatened.” 

Putin would be willing not only to launch missiles if missiles were headed for Russia, which is understandable, but he is formally, on paper, prepared to launch nukes even in a conventional war or “in the event of aggression against the Russian Federation.” It should be alarming, then, to hear Putin so frequently accuse NATO of aggression and of threatening Russia. 

What’s more, Putin has taken to accusing Ukraine of literal genocide in Donbass. He said that, in Russia’s analysis, what’s happening “constitutes genocide.” Apart from the larger and more obvious false claims of the Allies against Germany, search the Katyn Forest Massacre. For years, the massacre of 10,000 Polish officers was blamed on Germany. Germany denied it, but no one listened. Only later was it confirmed that the Russians had perpetrated the slaughter and then blamed it on Germany – the world Elites’ favorite scapegoat. 

Back to Russia and Ukraine. Using the claims of “genocide” and imminent invasion as a pretext, the Russian-backed rebel authority of Luhansk, Leonid Pasechnik, and of neighboring Donetsk, ordered an immediate evacuation of all residents to Russian territory and called all able-bodied man to arms. In my Red Alert newsletter of February 19, I said: “Perhaps he’s clearing the area for Russian armor and troops to occupy the area or make an offensive.” 

Two days later, my prediction came true as Putin ordered Russian military into the area to “maintain peace.” “Maintain peace,” in Putin speak, is the same as “normalize” in Soviet speak; that is, to put down all dissent and take control of an area. Russia loves to create pretexts to send in troops as “liberators.” Think of Afghanistan, Syria, Georgia, Crimea, Armenia, and so forth. The Soviets said it’s impossible for communists to be the aggressors because they’re always fighting the true oppressors of humanity – capitalists, Christians, etc. Russia is carrying forward the same ridiculous claims today. 

Tellingly, the evacuation order was pre-recorded on February 16, but released only February 18. In the video, they use the word “today,” though that is an apparent fabrication. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported: 

“Videos of Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine ordering an “emergency” evacuation posted on February 18 were actually filmed on February 16, an analysis by RFE/RL’s Russian Service of metadata from the messaging app Telegram shows. 

“In the video posted online and on Telegram on February 18, Denis Pushilin, the de-facto head of the separatist-occupied Donetsk region, claimed an increase in the number of Ukrainian military personnel and weapons along the line of contact. 

“He ordered the evacuation, claiming that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was soon to give an order to “invade the territory” of separatist-controlled areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk region. 

“A leader in the separatist-controlled Luhansk region issued a similar call based on similar claims. 

“An investigation by RFE/RL’s Russia Service shows that the videos were actually made on February 16, indicating that the sudden evacuation was actually preplanned.” 

Remember the United States warning of a Russian false-flag event? Could this be it? Russia and the separatists alike are claiming that Ukraine is currently shelling Donbass, committing “genocide,” and is preparing to invade. Recall and apply what I said about Putin blaming the enemy for the very things he’s doing or planning to do. 

Oleksiy Danilov, Ukraine’s top security chief, responded to the allegations simply: “There are no orders to liberate our territories by force.” I love that he said “our territories,” because the Donbass is rightfully Ukrainian sovereign territory which was broken off by Russia, which now uses any Ukrainian move in the area to claim “aggression” and “genocide.” 

In an interview with Dr. Lada L. Roslysky, the founder of the Black Trident Defense Group out of Kiev, Molly Gambhir of WION news asked about Russia’s claims that five Ukrainian saboteurs had been killed in a firefight while trying to sneak into Russia. She gave a great comment: 

“We’ve become quite cynical to these types of claims because they’re false claims. What is on the Ukrainian territory is the Russian armed forces. And Russian weaponry is already in Ukraine and they have been there for eight years. We are completely surrounded. And when we are listening to the Kremlin, we should always look into it like a reverse mirror: What the Kremlin claims is what the Kremlin is actually doing.” 

I’ve been saying the same thing for years. Communists are incapable of telling the truth. Even when they tell the truth, they lie – because they tell it out of context or to suit an agenda by which telling an unsavory truth will harm their geopolitical adversaries. Putin, the schooled KGB master he is, used these types of doublespeak and reverse reality tactics constantly. 

As noted above, Russia has now sent potentially 10,000 troops into Donbass. What I didn’t write then, because the situation is so fluid that it changes and updates every hour, is that the Russian Duma have now, only after the fact, unanimously approved Putin’s “request” to send troops into foreign territory. Such is the sham dictatorship posing as a “democracy” that is Russia. If you know anything about how Stalin ruled the Soviet Union by fiat, you see its shades in Putin’s Russia. 

One of the lies Putin has been peddling about the situation is that Ukraine is the aggressor and doesn’t want peace. What of the Minsk Accords? What of the Budapest Memorandum? What of Ukraine’s various peace proposals? Russia never followed either the Minsk Accords or Budapest Memorandum, so why should they play nice when Ukraine asks for peace? 

In “Russia Lies,” I talked about the Minsk Accords and the ways Russia has violated them from the beginning. But what of the Budapest Memorandum signed in 1994? In it, the United States, UK, and Russia pledged to “to respect the independence and sovereignty and the existing borders of Ukraine” and to refrain from force or violence. It also stripped Ukraine of its massive stockpile of nuclear weapons – its only real deterrent to Russian aggression. Sadly, Russia didn’t abide by the Budapest Memorandum just as it ignored the Minsk Accords. Ukraine’s claims against Russia are just and Russia’s claims are just . . . garbage. 

Part of Putin’s underlying motivation for invading Ukraine is the notion that Ukraine never really existed, but has always been part of Russia. Historically, this claim has legs, though it’s not so cut-and-dry. The name Russia originated in the name “Rus,” which was historically located in Ukraine. Ukraine, not modern Russia, was the birthplace of the Russian people, Russian Orthodoxy, etc. The center of power shifted, however, to Moscow. The state of “Ukraine” as we know it today only came into existence in 1991. Yet, Ukraine – especially Western Ukraine – is home to peoples who have always resented Russia and who speak a different language. Some of these are Cossacks who have always had a tense relationship with Russia. 

I share this truncated view of Ukrainian history to give context to a comment Putin made that gives us a bird’s eye view of his rationale. I quote from a surprisingly good Yahoo!News article

“In a speech announcing his decision, Putin said that “Ukraine for us is not just a neighboring country. It is an integral part of our own history, culture, spiritual space,” according to a translation provided by The New York Times. He also claimed that Ukraine has “never had a tradition of genuine statehood” and that “[m]odern Ukraine was entirely created by Russia, more precisely Bolshevik communist Russia,” according to Reuters. Therefore, Putin claimed, “decommunization” should have entailed the re-incorporation of Ukraine into Russia. “We are ready to show you what real decommunization means for Ukraine,” Putin said.” 

If Putin wants to “decommunize” something, he should start by ordering his military to remove the hammers and sickles from their equipment, by changing the music of Russia’s national anthem (which is the Soviet anthem tune and was handpicked by Putin), and then by resigning from the Russian government. He is, after all, a KGB mafioso. 

The rest of his comment is somewhat revealing in its implications. Ukraine wasn’t the only state created by Soviet Russia. The Baltic states were created by Russia. The “stans” were engineered by Russia, too. Extending Putin’s logic, does Russia, then, have a right to incorporate – whether by hook or cook – these now independent nations back into Russia? If Putin can simply dismiss Ukraine’s sovereignty and conquer their nation by saying Russia created them, then why can’t he do the same for Estonia or Tajikistan or Palestine (the PLO was created wholly by Soviet intelligence, and their current president, Mahmoud Abbas, was trained in Soviet Russia, as was Egyptian-born Yasser Arafat. Iran’s Ayatollah was KGB-trained, too, in case anyone was curious. So were the Iraqi Republican Guard, which became the leaders of ISIS). 

Putin’s logic is, of course, intellectually bankrupt. What kind of world would this be if any nation that ever created another nation could simply take it back and claim it as their own? Most of the geopolitical map of Africa, though preexisting in their various tribal entities, was drawn up by European states – France, England, Italy, etc. Does Putin think they should be able to take them back? They created their distinctive borders and nation-states, after all. 

Let’s pull this article back to reality. Here’s another Russian lie. Russia swore that its annual military drills in Belarus would end when scheduled (February 20) and that Russian troops would head home. When a limited number of Russian troops seemingly did go home, many in the West cheered and said NATO was wrong and Russia followed through on its word. They spoke too soon. 

It turns out that Russia’s “partial withdrawal” and ending of drills was a fiction. Belarus has announced that Russian troops will remain “indefinitely” in Belarus – to defend Belarus, of course. 30,000 are there now with a large amount of tanks, jets, and equipment. And, so, Russian troops are not only along Ukraine’s border, but are moving into the newly “independent” states in Donbass. 

Where are all the “conservatives” and media talking heads who cheered Putin’s integrity now? They’re making excuses, dodging reality, blaming NATO, or buying claims of “genocide” which, naturally, justify the “unexpected” change of plans. Can’t we finally admit Putin lied? And can’t we also acknowledge Russia’s contradictory claims – first there was no mass buildup up of troops, then the troops were being withdrawn? It’s one lie on top of another. 

Some are justifying everything that’s happened over the past eight years by the fact that, on the whole, the people of Donbass are happy to be either independent or Russian citizens. In a normal situation, I approve and applaud the right of self-determination. However, that’s not what happened here. None of this was organic. It was all orchestrated by the Kremlin. 

Let’s do a little comparison. If Chinese troops moved into San Francisco and occupied it, and the high Asian population there cheered, would that be justified? Would it be justified if the Asians there had a referendum and voted to become part of China? 

If that’s an absurd example, let’s use one closer to home. Much of the current Western United States was inhabited by Mexicans or Spanish-speakers before the territory fell into U.S. hands. Would they be justified, then, in passing referendums to join Mexico and break off from the United States? What if Mexican mercenaries or drug cartels entered Arizona, or Texas, or California, and sealed off a section of territory, declaring it to be independent and no longer under Washington’s control?  

Just for emphasis, let’s use a third example. Would the American Indians be justified in rising up to reclaim some of their lands? They already possess “nations” that aren’t really part of the United States. What if they decided they wanted some of their traditional lands back and sent out their braves to, by force of arms, cut off a slice of, say, Virginia. What if the people of that area agreed that the Indians should probably have that territory? What if they were even happy about it? Would that be justified? 

Would any of this be justified? Of course not! None of these are organic movements. Each example I’ve used employs force and compulsion. Such is the case in Ukraine. The people of Donbass, in a time of peace, didn’t simply vote to leave Ukraine. If they had, I’d support them. However, they were aided by foreign mercenaries and troops to force a separation. This separation has been contested by the power rightfully controlling that jurisdiction. 14,000 people have died as a result and war continues to rock the area. 

The foreign mercenaries and troops, of course, were Russians. They were sent there with the deliberate purpose of breaking off Donbass from the rest of Ukraine as part of a long-term strategy of consuming Ukraine piecemeal. Recall that Russia outright stole and annexed Crimea. In all, Russian troops aided local rebels in cutting off 5% of Ukraine’s total territory and enforcing the separation, later hastily voted on, at the point of the sword. None of this is justifiable. It’s invasion and conquest by any other name. And if it happened to us, we’d go to war and wouldn’t allow it. But when Ukraine fights back or dares raise any complaints about their illicitly stolen territory and population, stolen through force of arms by a foreign enemy, Russia accuses them of “genocide,” expansion, and aggression. It would be laughable if it wasn’t so serious and if so many gullible people weren’t going along with the narrative. 

The most disgustingly asinine and repugnant comment I’ve heard so far regarding Putin’s order to send troops into Ukraine was made on The American Journal radio show, a branch of InfoWars. Most of what Alex Jones and the various other co-hosts say is correct. However, just as they did in 2014, they’ve chosen the wrong side in the Ukraine situation. To wit, the imbecilic comment I refer to was made today, February 22, by Harrison Smith and said: 

“Thank God, thank God, somebody is standing up against the imperialist war hawks that now run this country and have occupied the American government. It’s not me. It’s not me they’re at war with, that Russia’s at war with. It’s not the American People that Russia’s at war with. It is the despicable and detestable cabal that runs our country. So, good riddance to them; good luck Russia. I don’t know, maybe, you know, when Texas breaks away, Russia will be there to declare us a sovereign state – a sovereign, breakaway, independent nation. I don’t know, it might be nice.” 

I’ve rarely heard anything so stupidly ignorant and so blatantly treasonous as this blather. I’d fire Harrison Smith immediately, if I were Alex Jones. The only thing despicable here is the idea that an American would welcome Russian troops into America. If Russian troops come into my community, it’s an act of war and I’ll open fire. I’m sick of Russian aggression, Russian hypocrisy, and Russian lies. We have enough of that in America – we don’t need to deal with it from a foreign, paganized, communist nation like by a KGB agent who has said the (fake) fall of the USSR is “the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century.” Click the hyperlink to watch a forty-two-minute presentation on my Liberty Wolf podcast about the fake fall of communism. It’s crucial to understand this deception. 

The final myth I want to bust is that Russia and Putin stand in opposition to the Western New World Order. This is utterly absurd. Let’s start with a fun fact. There’s been plenty of news, especially from the alternative media, about Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. Alex Jones, in particular, has been rightly ranting every day about the WEF’s admitted influence throughout the world and how numerous world leaders, such as Justin Trudeau are devotees and trainees of the WEF. What about Putin? Did you know that Vladimir Putin, the so-called savior from the new World Order, is a member of the World Economic Forum and Davos group and that he has been attending their forums for years? Surprised? 

In January 2021, Klaus Schwab personally introduced Dictator Putin for a speech at the Davos summit in Switzerland, eagerly stating: “Mr. President, the world is waiting to hear from you.” What did Putin say to the world? You can watch his address here and read the official transcript here. But here’s how Putin began: 

“I have been to Davos many times, attending the events organised by Mr. Schwab, even back in the 1990s. Klaus just recalled that we met in 1992. Indeed, during my time in St Petersburg, I visited this important forum many times. I would like to thank you for this opportunity today to convey my point of view to the expert community that gathers at this world-renowned platform thanks to the efforts of Mr. Schwab.” 

In the talk, Putin parroted the same propaganda we hear from our overlords here in the West. He played his part, bashing the United States, putting down free enterprise, and touting Russia’s great accomplishments for the world, but, if you pay attention, he also praised the World Bank, applauded the global COVID-19 response, pushed vaccines and called for a mass vaccination program in developing countries, called for international coordination to save the climate, referred to the hoax of “global warming” as a “critical problem” that required international “cooperation” to solve, and so forth. I don’t like the term “globalist,” but if anyone is a “globalist,” it is Putin. 

Isn’t it interesting that the ostensibly anti-New World Order Putin is so friendly with the very organs of world government and that he has so many decades of experience working with them? He considers them “experts” and is on a first-name basis with “Klaus.” If the Alex Joneses of society rip on Trudeau for being a WEF stooge, why don’t they also condemn Putin for being on the same side? To bash one but not the other for the very same connections is hypocrisy. 

Why would Putin be hobnobbing with Klaus Schwab – the architect of the Great Reset – and the world financial Elite that hold sway in the West if he was truly their enemy and opposed their agenda? Why would Putin be implementing WEF, Davos, and U.N. policies in Russia if he was opposed to this cabal? The fact is, of course, he’s playing for the same team. When will people understand that the cabal that threatens us is an international cabal and has its agents in every nation? 

A Breitbart headline from yesterday tells it all: “Russia Presides over U.N. Security Council Meeting on Russian Aggression.” The article states: 

“Ukraine requested an emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council (UNSC) on Monday night in response to Russia’s military incursion. 

“The rotating presidency of the UNSC happens to be held by Russia at the moment.” 

Russia is ensconced in global governance. Communists are the true “globalists.” Their entire program, which Putin was trained in and adheres to, is internationalist and seeks world hegemony with its partner in crime, Red China. There’s no shady, underhanded, thieving, corrupt, conspiratorial, murderous, genocidal thing you can imagine that Russia – both in the Soviet era and today – haven’t engaged in. 

From abortion to transgenderism to political correctness to the psychopolitics of medicine to mass surveillance, most of the ills that plague the West first came from Russia. Trust me, as one who lived in Russia for two years and spent my time talking with average folks and observing, it is a crass, violent, and degenerate society. I talked about this at length in “Russia – Bastion of Traditionalism?” 

I’m of course speaking collectively and not individually; there are some great Russians with beautiful souls. But their parasitic system, which exists in the West, too, has left deep scars on Russian society and Russia has been used for a century as a base of operations against humanity. Those raised in this culture of communist corruption and perfidy are among the foremost of those who, though they are perpetrating horrors, are now seen, because of mass deception, as liberators, saviors, and heroes. 

Why would Putin allow this state of affairs to continue in his country if he was truly against it? Why wouldn’t he use his dictatorial powers and mass wealth to curb the corruption, stop the global disinformation campaigns, or stop his nation’s cyberattacks on other countries? Why did his operatives help the Democrats in their false “collusion” narrative against Donald Trump? Why would he send his people to arrest his political opposition or poison dissidents? Would an honest, Christian man, as Putin alleges he is, do these things? 

Putin has gone along with the Western Elite’s machinations at nearly every turn. He was the first to support George W. Bush’s “war on terror” after 9/11. He went along with COVID-19 scaremongering and locked his country down. He then mass-produced vaccines and delivered them all over the world. He supports the ludicrous “global warming” hoax. Russia has been a host of numerous transhumanist conferences and, in fact, is home to billionaire Dmitry Itskov’s “2045” project. These transhumanists plot to subjugate mankind and fuse us to machines in some sick mirror of the Matrix.  

Why would Putin allow these transhumanist conferences in his country if he was so opposed to their goals? Why would he participate with the World Economic Forum for thirty years? Why would he have assassinated dissidents, jailed his biggest political rival, and rigged elections if he was such a good statesman? Why would he have invaded and intervened in nations from Georgia to Ukraine to Armenia to Kazakhstan to Syria if he was such a peace-loving man?  

Is Vladimir Putin not smart enough to see the agenda of the transhumanists and world economic Elite? Is he to narrow-minded not to comprehend the great conspiracies swirling around him? Of course he knows their agenda! He’s part of the conspiracy! The only difference is that he wants to be the one leading it and doesn’t want to play second fiddle to anyone. 

These types of questions and observations could be made ad nauseum. The same questions could be asked of Putin’s closest ally, the Chinese dictator Xi Jinping. His Davos 2022 speech, which openly calls for more globalization, may be read here. All of these dictators, whether Putin in Moscow or Xi in Beijing or Biden in Washington or Trudeau in Ottawa, belong to the same clubs and share the same ideals. That they squabble about lesser things is tangential. None of them actually care about Ukraine. It’s a pawn in a larger scheme whose stakes are the world. But the game must be played the right way to fool the pawns and to get them to go along, for, without them, the Elite have no power. 

Most of the big names that dominate the news are Illuminati-communists or their puppets and belong to the same occult conspiracy. Whether in the East or the West, they’re Marxist-Leninists in principle and believe in the almighty state. They are the high priests of Lucifer and will, together, each playing his part, eventually damn humanity. 

Zack Strong 
February 23, 2022 

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