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Old August 14th, 2016 #4662
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Russia IS The Resistance


"The American Empire is against Russia in the same way that it is against all the countries in the "Axis of Evil." In the case of Russia, whether it uses "Neo-Nazis" in Ukraine to acheive its ends, Jihadis in Chechnya, or Liberals in Moscow, the intent is always the same: to bleed, dismember or demoralize Russia."

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Russia's rocky relationship with America had many opportunities to reach detente, if not outright friendship. Still, despite Putin's best attempts to bring Russia in on the war against Islamic Terrorism, America's response has been frosty at best.

This is because the Anglo-Zionist's vendetta against Russia has trumped any and all consideration of the advantages that cooperation in the war on terror could have provided for America.

One could make the same comparison with Syria.

Now, even with the threat of Islamic terror and takeover looming in Europe, there is still nothing but war drums being beat against Russia for their stand in Syria to support the legitimate and secular government of Bashar Al-Assad.

Russia is just one country that America seems to be hell bent on destroying. Syria is another. The United State continues to fund Islamic terror with attempts to depose Assad and throw yet another Middle-Eastern country into chaos and open the door for Islamic fundamentalists to take power. All while the United States is seemingly at war with terrorism abroad.

Russia's attempts to prop up the legitimate government of Bashar Al-Assad must be seen in the context of the struggle to uphold international norms of behavior and stand up to the seemingly bizarre policy of Pax Americana.

The excellent Gregory Hood from Radix Journal explains the situation with characteristic succinctness:


On a global scale, Russia is leading this resistance. Putin’s decision to ban the “pro-democracy” groups and foreign activists responsible for the “color coded” revolutions in Eastern Europe marked his transition to an anti-American “bad guy” in the eyes of the media.

Whatever his (many) failings, Putin insists on his idea of “sovereign democracy” and the survival of Russia as a self-conscious entity.

This is echoed in Assad’s pronouncement that he has no alternative but victory, as if he loses, “Syria is finished” in the same way that Iraq today is simply a geographic expression
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Although many countries in which there is resistance to the Anglo-Zionist empire are not Nationalist or even Right-Wing in their conception of themselves, they are still important axes of resistance. Hood again:

Russia is not some lost ideal for the North American New Right, Putin is not some nationalist paragon, and Russian exports like the Fourth Political Theory are not some glorious path to victory for us.

... the only geopolitical imperative that matters today is the ability of states to secure an independent existence from this system. Without this potential, even talking about ethnostates and White Republics misses the point. For that reason, states as diverse as Chávez’s Venezuela, Iran, and above all Syria deserve our attention.

Breaking patriotic American conservatives away from their minders at Conservatism Inc. is a critical strategic objective.



Patriots in the West need to take notice of the paradigm change. Resistance is no longer left-wing or right-wing, but anti-globalist. The symbols of the left and the right can both be used to symbolize this resistance. This brave New American Century foreign policy makes many grand pronouncements about its utopian vision for the world, but they are all smokescreens... Hood continues:

It’s not about terrorism, or democracy, or even Israel. American foreign policy is already post-American, designed to break down any centers that show signs of independence from the international financial system of Wall Street and London.

It is no coincidence that Gaddafi suddenly fell from favor when he began to move away from trading oil in dollars. Syria also represents a territory that still has a degree of real independence from the global banking system. It is for that reason it must be broken.

Geopolitically, Russia is the final target, as its large energy reserves and nationally conscious ruling class prevent it from being simply absorbed into the system of financial control that rules the West.


The American Empire is against Russia in the same way that it is against all the countries in the "Axis of Evil." In the case of Russia, whether it uses "Neo-Nazis" in Ukraine to acheive its ends, Jihadis in Chechnya, or Liberals in Moscow, the intent is always the same: to bleed, dismember or demoralize Russia. Why is this so?

Talk of Islamization, terrorism, or who is “pro-Western” or “anti-Western” conceals the real agenda. In the world of the future, peoples are to have no collective existence, we are all to be assimilated in one collective blob.

The System wants to break apart any collective identity or defense by peoples against the new emerging global power structure...

And for now, America is the iron fist that facilitates this transition.

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You think those S-400 missiles Russia recently installed in Crimea are not meant for defense against Ukraine's antiquated air force, but US/NATO aircraft? I would venture to say yes.
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Why Are Neocons Obsessed With Russia?


"There’s also an undeniable tribal flavor to it. Almost all neocons are Jews and specifically Russian Jews. There has always been a strong anti-Russian strain within American Jewry that dates back to to when Russian Jews started migrating to America."

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One of the more curious parts of the American presidential campaign is the furious side battle over how to deal with the Russians. Many Republicans have adopted the neo-conservative line that Putin is some combination of Stalin, Hitler and that third grade bully who put gum in their hair. They are incapable of seeing Putin as anything but an inhuman evil. This says more about the Republican-aligned publications and think tanks, which have come to be dominated by the neo-cons, than anything else.

Trump has taken a less provocative stance than most Republicans so that has all theprofessional loonies out howling in the streets. Part of this is simply due to the anti-Trump virus that has infected Official Conservatism™, but it also reveals something about the political class. While neo-cons have always had greater influence over the Republicans, they currently dominate the foreign policy establishment. It was under Obama, after all, that Victoria Nuland helped throw the Ukraine into turmoil.

The puzzle is why the neo-cons have an obsession with the Russians. The Cold War has been over for a long time and the Russians are not much of a threat to anyone. They have a lot of nukes, but what reason would they have to nuke anyone? The Russian ruling class is living like Saudi Royals, mostly from selling natural resources to the Europeans. They control roughly 40% of the natural gas supply to Europe and that accounts for 68% of Russian exports. That means the Russians are in no hurry to stop selling gas to the rest of Europe.

Part of it is good old fashioned professional inertia. People like Frederick Kagan, Donald Kagan and Robert Kagan (husband of Victoria Nuland) have organized their lives around opposition to the Russians. They’re not alone. The whole neo-conservative project, as a political movement, was mostly about opposition to the Soviets. Most of the men who lead the neo-conservative cause these days are old men who started out in life as Cold War hawks. When the Soviets collapsed, they did not find a new career. They simply found new reasons to demonize the Russians.

There’s also an undeniable tribal flavor to it. Almost all neocons are Jews and specifically Russian Jews. There has always been a strong anti-Russian strain within American Jewry that dates back to to when Russian Jews started migrating to America. It’s not entirely irrational, given the way Jews were treated by the Czars. But, there has always been a divide within American Jewry. One one side are German Jews who emigrated in the 19th century and largely blended into the ruling class. On the other side are the Russian Jews who were treated like poorer relations.

While all of this is interesting background, it is no reason to restart the Cold War and there are some dissenters who think the neo-cons are nuts. Some on the Right point to the fact the neo-cons were outlandishly wrong about the Muslims and should not be trusted with Russia policy. Then there are critics from the Left who also think the neo-cons are nuts, but they mostly think we’re better off doing business with the Russians. Stephen Cohen is the most prominent voice on the Left warning that a new Cold War with Russia is a terrible idea.

There’s another element that explains the neo-con obsession with Putin. Irving Kristol’s brand of conservatism was intended to be forward looking and anti-traditionalist. It’s not an accident that the neo-cons are forever chirping about happy warriors and optimistic conservatism. They see traditionalism as pessimistic and limiting. Whatever else you want to say about Putin, he is very much in the tradition of European conservatism, which is traditionalist and limiting. The state is to defend citizens from one another, not guide them to the glorious future where they can reach their full potential.

Then there’s globalism, which has become something of a religion for western ruling elites. Irving Kristol’s brand of politics has easily folded into the globalist fantasies of American policy makers, because it gives the naked money grab the veneer of humanitarianism. The trillion dollar boondoggle that was the Iraq War was tarted up as an effort to install democracy and liberalism in the Muslim world. It’s a lot easier to loot your country’s middle-class when you are convinced it is to make the world a better place.

Even if the neo-cons continue to dominate the debate, it takes two to tango and there’s plenty of reasons to think the Russians are not all that interested in a new Cold War. Russian per capita GDP is $13,000. The poorest state in America is at $35,000, while the poorest state in the EU is Bulgaria at $18,000. Russia is not Albania, but it is a very poor country relative to the West. It’s also a country with horrible demographics and wide spread drug and alcohol problems. They also have a Muslim problem that gets little attention. In other words, the Russians are in no condition for a Cold War.

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Documents Show Soros Ran US Foreign Policy on Post-Coup Ukraine


A huge tranche of documents leaked from Soros' Open Society Foundation show how the billionaire manipulated the Clinton state department as well as western media coverage of events in Ukraine

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A tranche of some 2500 Internal documents, mostly Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point files, as well as pdf files, from George Soros’s Open Society Foundation (OSF) network of non-governmental organizations, which were obtained from the group «DC Leaks», shows that Soros and his advisers lorded over US policy toward Ukraine after the 2014 coup supported by Soros and the Obama administration ousted the democratically-elected Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych and his government. The leaked Soros documents describe how the OSF and Soros’s International Renaissance Foundation (IRF), based at 46 Artema Street in Kiev, worked with the US State Department after the 2014 so-called «Euromaidan» themed revolution to ensure that a federalized Ukraine was not in the picture.

In addition to George Soros (identified as «GS» in the leaked OSF documents, others involved in the Ukrainian coup planning included US ambassador to Kiev Geoffrey Pyatt; David Meale (Economic Counselor to Pyatt); Lenny Benardo (OSF); Yevhen Bystrytsky (Executive Director, IRF); Oleksandr Sushko (Board Chair, IRF); Ivan Krastev (Chairman, Centre for Liberal Studies, a Soros- and US government-influenced operation in Sofia, Bulgaria); Sabine Freizer (OSF); and Deff Barton (Director, US Agency for International Development (USAID), Ukraine). USAID is a conduit for the Central Intelligence Agency. Soros was present at a post-coup meeting on March 21, 2014 that involved US support for the «New Ukraine». One document describes the «New Ukraine» as a key measure to «reshapes the European map by offering the opportunity to go back to the original essence of European integration».

Soros pushed for sanctions against Russia for refusing to recognize the coup-installed government headed by Arseniy Yatsenyuk, which included neo-Nazis, and rejected a federalized Ukraine that would grant self-government to the Russian-speaking eastern Donbass region. In effect, Soros vetoed a proposal by Pyatt to negotiate a proposal made by Russian Foreign Minister that would grant autonomy to eastern Ukraine within a federalized Ukraine. Soros rejected the proposal because he believed it would grant Russia too much influence in Ukraine. Although Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland did not attend the March 21 meeting, she remained close to Pyatt and Yatsenyuk, who she affectionately called «Yats». In the end, the Obama administration rejected a federalized Ukraine and gave its full support to the unilateralism of Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko and his puppet master Soros.

It should be of no surprise that earlier this year, Pyatt was moved from Kiev as ambassador to Athens. One Soros document calls for the need to combat «Russlandversteher», German for «Russia understanding», throughout Europe, particularly in Greece with its history of close cultural and religious relations with Russia. The Soros OSF document calls for a concerted effort in Greece to influence public opinion against Russia and for the Ukrainian coup government. Proposed is an anti-Russian and pro-Ukrainian propaganda operation directed against newspapers, ten «audiovisual outlets» (TV and radio), six Internet sites in Greece, and «about 50 opinion leaders» present on Greek social networks. Greek newspapers targeted for participation in the Soros anti-Russia campaign included «Kathimerini, Avgi, Ta Nea, Vima, Efymerida Syntakton, Eleutherotypia, Proto Thema, and Rizospastis». The Greek-Russian Chamber of Commerce in Athens was also targeted for inclusion in the Soros propaganda operation. Similar anti-Russian and pro-Ukrainian coup government media influence operations were proposed for Italy, Spain, and France. The reasoning was to counter any movement to support the status quo ante in Ukraine by the SYRIZA, Podemos, and Five Star Movement parties in Greece, Spain, and Italy, respectively. This Soros strategy was referred to as «debate mapping».

While looking to influence Greek policy on Ukraine, Soros and his NGO gang pushed for European Union enlargement to include Ukraine and Turkey, neither country’s accession to the EU being in the interests of any of the EU’s member states. High priority was also given to integrating Moldova into EU structures. The overall theme of many of the Soros documents is that lying at the heart of «Russlandversteher» is «anti-American» feelings in Europe. European trade unions are singled out by the Soros gang as being at the heart of «anti-American» opinions in Europe. Certain political parties are also singled out, including the National Front of France, Jobbik of Hungary, the Netherlands Party of Freedom (PVV), and the UK Independence Party (UKIP), and are referred to by Soros as the «PRR», or «populist radical right». Pro-Russian German politicians are named in the Soros documents and they include former Chancellors Gerhard Schröder, Helmut Kohl, and Helmut Schmidt; Brandenburg Minister-President Matthias Platzeck; Die Linke leaders Gregor Gysi, Sahra Wagenknecht, and Katja Kipping, and former Hamburg mayor Klaus von Dohnanyi. Soros, who cut his teeth as a teen in Hungary cooperating with the Nazi Gestapo and Hungarian fascist Arrow Cross, prefers to maintain «hit lists» containing the names of his opponents.

It is the degree to which Soros provided finances, logistics, and other support to the Ukrainian coup plotters in 2012, two years before the Euromaidan uprising, that is noteworthy. OSF and its affiliates provided entire buildings, office space, computers, software, broadband Internet, videoconferencing equipment, vehicles, travel to the United States, and other material for the Euromaidan uprising. This was all done with the cooperation of the US and Swedish embassies in Kiev, USAID, the Carnegie Endowment, the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA), and the Central Intelligence Agency-linked National Endowment for Democracy (NED).

Investigative journalists were also sought by the Soros gang to travel to Ukraine and submit articles that had to be approved by Soros operatives before publication. One major collaborator of Soros and the United States in pushing Ukrainian propaganda was identified as the Hromadske Television, which was singled out for its work to counter «Russian propaganda».

One Soros document contains the following recommendation: «Select journalists from the 5 target countries (Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Greece) and offer them long stay reporting trips in Ukraine. Rather than specify what they should write about they should make suggestions for articles; we retain a veto on stories we think are counterproductive. Suggestion that we liaise directly with journalists to determine interest». The Soros document even concedes that such as approach is not «proper independent journalism and we may damage our credibility with journalists». Soros’s people proposed a «firewall» between Soros and journalists reporting on Ukraine. Soros’s organization proposed that «a third party would receive the grant and act as the intermediary, editor, quality control etc. IRF [International Renaissance Foundation] should play a more lead role in this initiative to emphasize its Ukraine origins». The Soros organization decided to pursue «PIJ», or «public interest journalism» outlets for a cooperative propaganda dissemination relationship regarding Ukraine.

There are a number of journalists around the world who have sold their journalistic professional credentials and credibility to the devil and have willingly accepted paychecks from Soros in order to disseminate his and the CIA’s propaganda. One such outlet that is cited as carrying Soros’s water is Huffington Post-Germany, which is identified as a collaborator of Burda, a center-right publishing house in Germany. Other German publications that Soros favorably viewed as pushing the anti-Russian line on Ukraine included Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurter Rundschau, Die Welt, Süddeutche Zeitung, Tageszeitung, Spiegel, and Junge Welt. Coming in for criticism by Soros was Neues Deutschland and Freitag, cited as being too friendly to Russia and anti-Ukraine.

The Soros documents identify a columnist for the Swiss paper Neue Zürcher Zeitung as receiving Soros money to hire a «research assistant» to promulgate pro-Ukraine propaganda. Others on Soros’s anti-Russia payroll and who authored Ukraine propaganda articles included researchers with the Barcelona Institute of International Studies, Chatham House in London, and the Istituto Affari Internazionali in Italy. Propaganda memes cited by Soros’s gang included expelling Russia from the G8, NATO military support and NATO membership for Ukraine, and sanctions against Russia. A Confidential March 12, 2015, Soros document reveals that the anti-Russian former NATO military commander and close friend of Bill and Hillary Clinton, Wesley Clark, in addition to Polish General Waldemar Skrzypczak, advised Poroshenko on military matters regarding Russia. The document cites Soros as the «self-appointed advocate of the New Ukraine».

Soros is one of the closest advisers and financiers of Hillary Clinton. The leaked Soros documents describe how the Clinton Global Initiative and Soros Foundation cooperates on undermining the sovereignty of nations around the world, including those in Europe. And that relationship should weigh heavily on every American voter on November 8.
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How Brainwashed Do You Have to Be to Believe Putin Is the New Stalin?


If a good Irishman can believe Putin is the new Stalin what does that tells us about the power of the western mainstream media?

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‘Tom’ thinks Vladimir Putin is the new Josef Stalin. As he’s never been to Russia, his views surely reflect the power of a Western media narrative which continuously demonizes the Russian President.


Last week, an optician from my home town, let’s call him ‘Bernard,’ posted a link on Facebook to a radio show I participated in from Moscow. There was nothing unusual about that, but some of the comments below the line were startling.

Particularly from a man I admire in other walks of life, who will be known as ‘Tom’ for the purposes of this op-ed. Tom is as bright as a button, well read, and is a high achiever but his prejudices when it comes to Russia are badly misinformed.

“Russia (is) probably the most corrupt nation on the planet. Putin is in the same league as Stalin. Sorry, I have no time for their leadership. A tiny number of oligarchs have usurped the wealth of a huge country. All are friends of Putin,” Tom wrote on Bernard's page.

My initial reaction was that his statement essentially regurgitated talking points from numerous BBC ‘exposes’ on Putin’s Russia. Which does go to show the influence of the British state broadcaster.

Since I began reporting on Russian affairs, I’ve often been exasperated by the incredible bias of many American and British peers. Indeed, some of the factually challenged, and one-sided, dispatches they frequently deliver wreck my head. For example, when they have Vladimir Putin fathering love children in Switzerland, purchasing vineyards in southern Spain or secretly exulting in the title of the world’s richest person. All delivered without credible - or often even named - sources by newspapers which have accused this network of promoting "conspiracy theories."

In moments of weakness, I sometimes feel I’ve been too harsh on certain individuals. After all, everyone needs to make a living and their copy reflects the expectations of editors back home who usually know little or nothing about Russia, but demand sensationalism. The fact that many newspapers no longer offer monthly retainers to their foreign correspondents, but operate on a “no foal, no fee” basis only increases the pressure on journalists to get published. And, incidentally, most Moscow-based hacks from the Anglo-sphere appear to have no proper training in the trade at all.

In my native Ireland, it’s a bit different. Unlike the BBC in neighboring Britain, for example, the state broadcaster (RTE) still occasionally strives for balance on East Europe and is sometimes open to the Russian perspective on events. For that reason, I was recently invited onto the country’s most popular daytime radio show to discuss the view from here on the Rio Olympics after a controversy regarding an Irish boxer, Michael Conlan, and his opponent, Vladimir Nikitin.

However, it’s not the content of the program, deftly handled by the remarkably neutral Joe Duffy, which discommoded me. Sadly, it’s the subsequent social media reaction. You see, proximity to the United Kingdom, a NATO member, means many Irish people can’t help but consume their media and culture and it appears that the tremendous propaganda from across the sea has permeated into Irish discourse.

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My initial reply to Tom was a little angry, a result of my frustration at inaccurate stereotypes when it comes to a country I know very well. At first, I pointed out that Stalin was responsible of the deaths of at least 20 million (the consensus figure) people and that the Georgian dictator established a murderous web of gulags and shunted around entire ethnic groups to sate his paranoia. Sure, some political opponents of Putin have left Russia, apparently to pursue careers on the talk show circuit, but we haven't had mass executions (in fact, unlike in America for instance, the death penalty is outlawed in Russia) and labor camps aren't a feature of his administration. Oddly, these type of things do exist in China, but its leaders are feted in the West.

Meanwhile, Putin’s one external war of his 12 years as President - or two if you count Ukraine as a Russian conflict - has caused far fewer deaths than Barack Obama’s bombing campaigns against seven countries during his eight-year term. For the record, they are Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Iraq, Pakistan and Somalia. As it happens, Russia’s Syria intervention is legal under international law, whereas most of the American incursions have been illegal. Putin’s domestic war was Chechnya, which he inherited from Boris Yeltsin’s badly botched attempts to quell the restive province.

On the subject of graft, Tom was surely surprised to learn that Russia is not the most corrupt nation on earth, nor close to being labeled as such. According to the Germany-based Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index, Russiais actually 49 places below the worst offender, North Korea. Indeed, the country’s rating improved by 17 places last year as a government anti-graft drive appears to be yielding some results.

Money, Money, Money

Tom’s other big concern was the oligarchs. These individuals actually owe their wealth to the botched 1990’s privatizations during Yeltsin’s presidency. Indeed, not only are they certainly not “all friends of Putin,” he’s actually cracked down on plenty of them. Including Mikhail Khodorkovsky and the late Boris Berezovsky, both of whom have been heavily promoted in western media. It is true that a number of oligarchs have survived in Russia but today their political influence is negligible compared to the Yeltsin years, when they pretty much ran the government.

Undeterred, Tom shot back by insisting that Putin was “coming after the Baltic States,”“ruining the Russian economy” and that “whatever faults the West has, it is far more appealing which is obviously why Europe and (the) USA are so attractive to refugees and immigrants. Not too many (are) heading East!”

In the real world, Russia is actually the globe’s second biggest immigration destination after the USA and has accepted far more newcomers than any other European state. This isn’t widely reported abroad because it runs counter to lazy, and erroneous, tales of the “dying bear.” Which are pure hokum anyway, because Russia's birth rate is far healthier than that of many other large European states, including Germany, Italy, Poland and Spain.

Also, when it comes to the Baltics, there is no evidence that Putin has any hostile interest in those rapidly depopulating (Latvia has lost 27% of its people since 1990) countries, which have close to zero natural resources and boast little strategic value, especially considering Moscow already controls nearby Kaliningrad. At the same time, the number one emigration destination for citizens of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, presumably seeking brighter futures, is actually Russia.



This is despite their free access to the European Union whereas they need visas for Russia, which can be difficult to obtain.

Furthermore, when it comes to the Russian economy, despite the current crisis, the average, official, monthly salary today (in dollar terms) is $567, compared to a meager $64 when Putin assumed office in 2000 and GDP per capita, when measured by purchasing power parity, has trebled. Also, quite incredibly given the severity of the collapse in resource prices, Russian unemployment has actually fallen this year.

Rocking in the Free World

Democracy is another concern of Tom’s. He states that “Russia could be a super country with proper democracy” and“should be a counter balance to US dominance.” Nevertheless, there are problems with this supposition. You see, Russia isn't powerful enough to equalize the US and its annual military spending (around $50 billion) is a drop in the ocean compared to Washington's largesse ($598 billion in 2015). Anyway, the Kremlin doesn’t appear to crave such a status. Instead it seems to want the US to merely butt out of its hinterland.

When it comes to democracy - and this is tricky to explain - most Russians don’t appear to actually want to adopt the Western system. This year, Levada, which is universally accepted to be an independent pollster, revealed that only 7 percent of Russians are strongly concerned about democracy. Instead, voters are more interested in levels of social support (60 percent) and personal safety (45 percent). This tallies with a 2014 survey in which only 5 percent saw a Western-style democracy as essential for Russia’s development versus 16 percent who favored a return to the Soviet system. Indeed 45 percent of respondents said western-style democracy would be “destructive” for Russia and 55 percent agreed that the only form of democracy that could work for Russia was one that was "completely unique, corresponding to national traditions and Russia's specifics.”

To understand why Russians are so belligerent about values held dear in other parts of Europe, we need to go back to the 1990’s. Back then Russia adopted a liberal democratic system and it turned out to be the most disastrous decade endured by a major global economy since the Second World War. The state effectively broke down and criminals ran amok. Salaries weren’t paid on time and proud, educated people were forced to sell their possessions on street corners just to survive. To add insult to injury, the Kremlin was helmed by a chronic alcoholic who was enthusiastically supported by the US and the 1996 election was effectively stolen in order to prevent the Communists from winning, while the west failed to bat so much as an eyelid. As a result, democracy is often a dirty word in Russia and the term “liberal” has been merged with a swear word “pederast” (pedophile) to create a new insult known as “liberast.”

Do as I say, not as I do

Next, Tom brings up Russian alliances with totalitarian regimes. He mentions Iran, Syria, Belarus, Venezuela, China, North Korea and Serbia. Now, never mind that some of those are not dictatorships; he does have a point here. But the problem is that the west has lost all moral authority in this regard through American-led support for the likes of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Chad, Uganda, Rwanda and Uzbekistan. Indeed, the latter regime has jailed more political prisoners than the rest of the former USSR put together and is known for boiling its opponents to death.

Despite this, when John Kerry visited nine months ago, he never even mentioned these subjects in public. Presumably because Washington finds Uzbekistan geographically useful in case of future tensions with Russia or China in central Asia.

But back to the original point. If we accept that Putin is obviously no Stalin, we need to find a more appropriate equivalence. So, I’d suggest Charles DeGaulle. The former French leader was also a staunch nationalist who tried to plot a different path for France, while remaining part of the global order. Because of the Cold War, the general’s ambitions were tolerated but Putin hasn’t enjoyed such luck. Interesting, both were also accused of cronyism and installing their fellow travelers as a new elite in their countries and 'Gaullists' remain the establishment in France today. That might be instructive for those who endlessly predict the end of the "Putin system" in Russia.

There is no evidence that Putin is an especially “dangerous man” as Tom suggests. Russian jails are not choc-a-block with political activists like those in, Western-allies, Uzbekistan and Turkey. There is also nothing to suggest that the Kremlin runs secret prisons to detain its opposition as Amnesty and Human Rights Watch have accused Ukraine of this weekend. The same Ukraine that the US and EU fully support, arm and bankroll.





Putin’s involvement in Ukraine might be considered murky, but it’s hardly on a par with Stalin’s activities there. Russia has reabsorbed Crimea, which was only subsumed into Ukraine in the 1950’s for administrative reasons, with barely a shot fired. Additionally, the Kremlin has supported ethnic Russian rebels in the east to an extent considered far too conservative by many Russians. It's also worth mentioning that Mikhail Gorbachev, considered a very reasonable man in the west, openly supports Putin's Ukraine policy. For which, as it happens, Kiev has given him a visa-ban. By comparison, Stalin is accused of killing at least 2.5 million Ukrainians in a forced famine (the Holodomor) and we know he deported millions more to other regions of the USSR.

Comparisons between the legendary French leader and Putin don't end there. Because the situations they inherited are also somewhat synonymous. DeGaulle took over a defeated France, which had been humiliated in the 1940’s, and rebooted the state while promoting patriotic pride amongst its citizens. Similarly, Putin came to power in a Russia which had been reduced to penury during the 90’s and was the laughing stock of the world. Of course, there’s little doubt that the President sees it as his mission to restore Russia’s ‘greatness.’ However, behaving like a long dead Georgian despot would evidently be counter- productive and morally unacceptable.

Sorry, Tom, but Putin is no Stalin. And thank God for that.

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Absolute bullshit. There are all those backward, primitive shitholes in Africa for a start. The Brazilian president has just been impeached and removed for corruption and there are other corrupt regimes in the Caribbean and Latin America.
 
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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that Kiev had lost 15 billion dollars from the loss of the Russian market, which he said was an "economic shock", according to RIA Novosti.

Ukraine lost a whopping 15 billion dollars from the loss of the Russian market, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said, adding that Moscow's actions were an "economic shock" for Kiev, RIA Novosti reported. Speaking in an annual address to the Ukrainian parliament, Poroshenko said that his country's exports to Russia continue to decline.

"In 2015, our exports to Russia fell by half in comparison to 2014 and this is not yet the bottom. Russia's share in Ukrainian exports currently stands at only 9 percent, with a tendency to fall further," he said. He added that due to the economic downturn, Ukraine has lost "tens if not hundreds of thousands of jobs."

According to him, "this economic aggression is one of the main reasons for the rapid decline in [Ukraine's] living standards." Poroshenko added that Ukraine's military spending currently amounts to three percent of the country’s GDP and that the "military burden" on the budget and social sphere is "critically large."

Moscow imposed trade restrictions on Kiev, which supported anti-Russian sanctions, on January 1, 2016. The ban includes the supply of Ukrainian meat, sausages, fish and seafood, as well as vegetables, fruits and conserves.
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US Agrees to enhance Ukrainian military: Pentagon

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The US and Ukraine have agreed to cooperate on military technology and enhance Ukrainian military capabilities, according to the US Defense Department.

The partnership aims "to enhance the defense capability of Ukraine's forces, advance current Ukrainian defense systems, improve resource management processes and boost technology cooperation," the Pentagon said in a statement on Thursday.

The statement followed a meeting between US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and his Ukrainian counterpart Stepan Poltorak in London.

The two officials signed the partnership agreement and also discussed the conflict in eastern Ukraine, where Ukrainian government forces are fighting Russia-backed forces.

Carter, speaking to reporters, called it a "very, very important agreement" to help further Ukraine's military capabilities.

The Pentagon chief also named retired General John Abizaid, former head of US Central Command, as a senior advisor to Ukraine to help Poltorak and other Ukrainian officials implement the agreement.
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The video shows synagogue's jewish rites in the anti Russian Ukrainian chauvinist Right Sector. All the Banderas are financed by the Jews. The Right Sector's leadership is exclusively Jews.

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Will Russia Surrender to the West or Fight Back?


Washington wants conflict - the Russians have pretended that Washington has a common interest with Russia in combating terrorism, but terrorism is Washington’s tool for destabilizing the globe

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The Russian government’s sincere and diligent effort to prevent chaos in Syria and additional massive refugee flow into Europe, all the while avoiding conflict with Washington and its vassals, has been brought to an end by Washington’s intentional attack on a known Syrian army position, thus wrecking the cease fire agreement that Russia sacrificed so much to achieve.

The response to this fact by the Obama regime’s ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, reveals that Washington will lie to the hilt in order to achieve its agenda of reducing Syria to the same chaos as Washington has reduced Iraq and Libya. Washington, and Washington alone, is responsible for the war in Syria. When the British Parliament and the Russian government blocked Obama’s intended US invasion of Syria, the Obama regime armed and financed jihadist mercenaries to invade Syria, pretending that the jihadists were Syrian rebels fighting for democracy in Syria. Samantha Power turned history upside down and blames the war on Russia’s intervention at the request of the Syrian government against the ISIL jihadists that Washington sent to destabilize Syria. What Samantha means is that if Russia had not come to the aid of Syria, Washington and ISIL would already have destroyed Syria, and there would be no war.

Ambassador Vitaly Churkin, Russia’s ambassador to the UN, said that in his 40 years of diplomacy he had never seen such a high-handed and demagogic performance as Samantha’s. Churkin seemed to imply that such an unrealistic and twisted response to known facts as Samantha delivered leaves him without hope of any successful diplomatic outcome.

If the Russian government has finally arrived at the conclusion that Washington is determined to destroy political stability in Syria and to replace it with chaos, it has taken a long time.

The Russian government has studiously avoided this conclusion, because once diplomacy is acknowledged as useless, force confronts force. In today’s context that means thermo-nuclear war and the end of life on Earth.

This is the reason that the Russian government has replied diplomatically to Washington’s coercive provocations, offering Washington cooperation in place of conflict.

However, Washington wants conflict. The Russians have pretended that Washington has a common interest with Russia in combating terrorism, but terrorism is Washington’s tool for destabilizing Syria, then Iran, and then the Muslim provinces of the Russian Federation and China.

Washington wants hegemeny not cooperation. Now that Samantha Power has made this so clear that the Russian government can no longer pretend otherwise, what will Russia (and China) do?

If Russia and China are not ready for the war that Washington is bringing to them, will they retreat in the face of the aggression, sacrificing Syria, the break-away Russian provinces from Ukraine, and the various disputed island issues in the Pacific Ocean while they gather their strength? Or will they decide to break-up the NATO alliance by making the cost of conflict very clear to Washington’s European vassals? Clearly, Europe has nothing to gain from Washington’s aggression against Russia and China.

Or is Russia unable to do anything now that diplomacy is a proven dead-end?

Perhaps this is the over-riding question. As far as someone who is not a member of the Russian government can tell, Russia is not completely in control of its destiny. Elements in the Russian government known as “Atlanticist Integrationists” believe that it is more important for Russia to be part of the West and to be integrated into the Western system than to be a sovereign country. They argue that if formerly great powers, such as Great Britain, Germany, and France, can profit from being American vassals, so can Russia.

Atlanticist Integrationists claim that Russia’s strategic nuclear capability and land mass means that Russia can maintain some sovereignty and only partially submit as a vassal. One problem with this position is that it assumes the neoconservatives are content with less than complete hegemony and would not capitalize on Russia’s weakened position to achieve full hegemony.

The Russian government probably still has hopes that at least some European governments will recognize their responsibility to avoid war and exit NATO, thus removing political cover for Washington’s aggression. Possibly there is some such hope, but the main European political figures are bought-and-paid-for by Washington. As a high US government official told me as long ago as the 1970s, “we own them; they belong to us.”

Not much hope can be found in the European media. Udo Ulfkotte, a former editor of Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, published a book in which he said that every significant European journalist was on the CIA’s payroll.

With politicians and media bought off, where can European leadership come from?

Europeans have become accustomed to their role as hired vassals. As no European politician or newspaper editor can assume that an act of rebellion would succeed, they are more likely to enjoy their life enriched by American gratuities than to take a risk for humanity.

The wider question is whether the extant socio-politico-economic systems can act in behalf of humanity. It is not clear that capitalist civilizations are capable of being humane, because worth is based on money, which makes greed and power the overpowering factors. It is possible that human evil and incompetence have destroyed not only the planet’s environment but also humane social systems. Globalism is not a scheme for cooperation. It is Washington’s scheme for American domination.

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Russian Intel General: the CIA May Be Planning to Assassinate Putin


The US views Russia as a competitor to be eliminated at any cost

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The author is Director of an influential think tank, the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS), and a retired lieutenant general of Russia's foreign intelligence service


Andrey Afanasyev: Some experts say that the incident in Syria was not just an effort to provoke Russia, but to involve it in a global conflict. Are today’s American or their elites in favor of this?

Leonid Reshetnikov: We need to take into account that Americans like using well-tested methods. This was the scheme they used in Syria, where they just signed a truce; Russia is busy with elections, no one expects an attack, so they think they’ll probably get away with it: “We’ll see how Russia responds”. They did the same thing in Georgia on August 8, 2008, thinking it would go unnoticed because of the Olympics, and Russia would not dare respond...

There’s nothing surprising here; it’s a typical US Special Services/military job.

I think they mainly want to save their country in its role of Master of the Universe, which they are losing. They feel their weakness better than we do, aware that most countries no longer want to continue as obedient stooges, either morally, or spiritually, or politically.

Now they have the only one option – hit the enemy to show their force – maybe he will back off. This would start with removing our president….

Andrey Afanasyev: Some are even talking about assassination…

Leonid Reshetnikov: The Central Intelligence Agency specializes in assassination. They’ve been practicing it for decades, assassinating leaders around the world. That’s why it would be naïve to think that they’re not planning to do the same with Vladimir Putin: if they can’t remove him from power they will assassinate him. The second goal is to blockade Russia, involve it in various conflicts. Unlike when Turkey shot down a Russian plane, they think we would take the bait. The policy in Syria is the same: You have to respond.

We should have no illusions. Today’s United States of America is interested only in one thing – destroying Russia as a civilizational, geopolitical, military and political rival — as well as an economic rival, with its treasure trove of resources.
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'Peace President' Obama Takes Parting Shot at Russia in UN Finale


Did The Washington Post write Obama's parting UN address?


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Listening to Barack Obama’s final speech in the UN General Assembly proved that American speechwriters are heavily dependent on specific literary devices to plead their case, like irony, hypocrisy and total farce.


Barack Hussein Obama, who sailed into the White House on wings of hope and glory eight brief years ago, bagging a Nobel Peace Prize less than a year in office without negotiating a single peace deal, leaves behind a smoldering, rubble-strewn legacy more befitting of a neoconservative warlord than a supposed Democratic progressive.

So instead of using his last speech before the UN General Assembly to politely return the blood-stained Nobel trophy, Obama spent his waning moments in the global spotlight uttering teleprompted tales of Russia aggression.

“We see Russia attempting to recover lost glory through force,” the US leader said without a hint of irony. “If Russia continues to interfere in the affairs of its neighbors, it may… fuel nationalist fervor for a time, but over time it’s also going to diminish its stature.”

Judging by the uncomfortable fidgeting that followed the remark, the audience may have been expecting some kind of a punch line. It never came. That’s probably because it was already delivered a week earlier in an article in The Washington Post, which described how the US military spent its Labor Day weekend (hint: not relaxing).

“While Americans savored the last moments of summer this Labor Day weekend, the U.S. military was busy overseas as warplanes conducted strikes in six countries in a flurry of attacks,” the paper reported with patriotic overtones.

Here’s a breathtaking glimpse at Washington’s six-nation weekend tour: “In Iraq and Syria, between Saturday and Monday, the United States conducted about 45 strikes against Islamic State targets. On the other side of the Mediterranean, in the Libyan city of Sirte, U.S. forces also hit fighters with the militant group. On Sunday in Yemen, a U.S. drone strike killed six suspected members of *al-Qaeda… The following day, just across the Gulf of Aden in Somalia, the Pentagon targeted al-Shabab, another group aligned with al-Qaeda. The military also conducted several counterterrorism strikes over the weekend in Afghanistan, where the Taliban and the Islamic State are on the offensive.”

Now that's some wild weekend, the results of which were barely mentioned in the mainstream media.

One day before Obama’s UN speech, however, the American blitzkrieg hit a snag as the US military bombed a Syrian Army post near the eastern city of Deir Ezzor, where government forces have been putting up a gallant fight against Islamic State terrorists since last year. The US ‘mistake’ (BREAKING! The Russian Defense Ministry says a US coalition drone was in the vicinity of the convoy at the time of the attack) cost 62 Syrian soldiers their lives, as well as endangering a fragile US-Russian brokered ceasefire.

Russia called for an emergency UN Security Council meeting following the attack, but was chastised by US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, for “grandstanding”. Power, appearing at the UN noticeably frazzled, told Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin that the Russian demand for the emergency meeting was a rude “stunt.”

In a nod to the Machiavellian maxim that commands “might is right,” nobody, it seems, has the right to lecture the arrogant American superpower on its increasingly irresponsible behavior.

Cost of empire

All of Washington’s empty talk about Russia trying to “restore empire” is cheap rhetorical camouflage to conceal an empire that is already up and running, covering the entire planet with all the tenacity of kudzu. We are talking about the American Empire, of course, which makes the Roman Empire look like a Mediterranean book club.

According to a just-released study by the Watson Institute, as of August 2016, “the US has already appropriated, spent, or taken on obligations to spend more than $3.6 trillion in current dollars on the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Syria and on Homeland Security (2001 through fiscal year 2016).”

The US spends 11 times more than Russia on military expenditures. According to the Department of Defense, the budget for the military spending in 2016 is $585 billion, an amount that consumes more than 54 percent of the country’s total budget (after all, safe roads and bridges are so overestimated these days). In fact, military spending in the United States is so crazy out of control that the Pentagon actually managed to “lose track of” over 2 trillion dollars, as announced by former Defense Minister Donald Rumsfeld on September 10, 2001 (understandably, the accounting error was quickly forgotten the next day).

Washington spends more on defense than the other top five military spenders combined, including China and Russia. This has led to unsightly US military sprawl across the planet, which, ironically, is doing nothing to make the world a safer place.

While Americans would shudder at the thought of a foreign military presence on its own soil, there are now about 800 US military franchises around the world. The fact that not all of these military installations are promoting the cause of democracy - a rallying cry the US regularly employs to excuse its excesses at the expense of its victims - is evident by reported black-hole sites in Eastern Europe, which were used to torture suspects in the ‘war on terror’, to the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, where most of the detainees were innocent of any wrongdoing. The latter facility, despite empty promises by Obama on the old campaign trail, is still open for business.

Disturbingly, most Americans - even among the university circuit where anti-war protests were once-upon-a-time most vocal – rarely give America’s global military footprint any critical thought.

“To the extent that Americans think about these bases at all, we generally assume they’re essential to national security and global peace,” wrote David Vine in The Nation. “Our leaders have claimed as much since most of them were established during World War II and the early days of the Cold War. As a result, we consider the situation normal and accept that US military installations exist in staggering numbers in other countries, on other peoples’ land. On the other hand, the idea that there would be foreign bases on US soil is unthinkable.”

Meanwhile, Russia the "aggressor" has never invaded the territory of another country - unless it suffered an attack first (Georgia 2008), or was invited into a foreign country (Syria 2015) - since going to war in Afghanistan in 1979.

Thus, to accuse Russia of attempting to “recover lost glory through force” is simply an attempt to distort reality in order to mask the true aggressor on the global stage, the United States, which is flagrantly violating international law by conducting military operations around the planet without so much as an intervention invitation from the victimized countries. And they say they are defending democracy?

Obama’s accusations against Russia are nothing more than a smokescreen to conceal the real injustices – even atrocities - being committed by the United States and its global military juggernaut that has lost all sense of reality, as so often is the case with countries grappling with a powerful drug known as Super Power.

And like a paranoid addict in desperate need of rehabilitation, not another hit, any foreign nation that dares attempt to protect its vital interests is now viewed as an enemy.


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What's really scary about this is if Obongo becomes UN Secretary-General, he would be in command of all those UN peacekeeping (sic) forces, which he would wield about as responsibly as the KWA military/mercenary forces when he was their Commander-in-Chief. Hopefully Russia, China and other countries on the Security Council will prevent this Kenyan monkey from heading the UN.
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Ukraine to Open Country's First Holocaust Memorial

The announcement comes on the 75th anniversary of mass killings of the Jews by occupying German soldiers and Nazi sympathisers between the 29 and 30 of September 1941 at Babyn Yar, a ravine on the outskirts on Kiev.

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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Kiev mayor Vitali Klitschko announced the creation of a memorial centre to commemorate the victims of massacre by Nazis at Babyn Yar in Kiev.

The announcement comes on the 75th anniversary of mass killings of the Jews by occupying German soldiers and Nazi sympathisers between the 29 and 30 of September 1941 at Babyn Yar, a ravine on the outskirts on Kiev.

The goal of the Babyn Yar Memorial Centre is to honour the memory of all those who were killed and to create awareness of the mass murder of Jews on the territory of Ukraine and the former Soviet Union.

Poroshenko added it should serve as a warning to current generations against the dangers of "hatred, fanaticism, racism and intolerance." hating russians is just fine though
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Militia commander killed in bombing attack in eastern Ukraine
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One of the commanders of the self-proclaimed Donetsk Peoples Republic’s defense forces has been killed in an explosion after a bomb reportedly went off inside the elevator of the apartment building in eastern Ukraine.

The DNR’s ministry of defense confirmed the death of Arsen Pavlov, better known under the alias Motorola, who led one of the self-defense units resisting the Ukrainian government forces in the beginning of the conflict in Donbas.

According to preliminary data an improvised explosive device was planted inside or near the elevator in the house Pavlov lived in. His murder is being treated as a “terrorist act” apparently conducted by Kiev’s forces, said the speaker of DNR parliament, Denis Pushilin.
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That's unfortunate news about Motorola. All of DPR's good leaders are getting picked off one by one. Probably with considerable JewSA and Israhell assistance.
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That's unfortunate news about Motorola. All of DPR's good leaders are getting picked off one by one. Probably with considerable JewSA and Israhell assistance.
Very bad news.

Just a few days ago they also killed a Serbian volunteer in Donbass Vladimir Stanimirovic.

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