Is Putin False Opposition?
April 19, 2014
The dialectical opposition between Russia
and the US is a little too neat to be believable.
This time around, the US is cast in the role of globalist,
while Russia wears the mantle of nation and tradition.
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
In March, when Hillary Clinton compared Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler, she was preparing the framework for World War Three.
Like the Second World War, the potential Third will represent resistance to Masonic Jewish world hegemony. It will pit nationalists against (Zionist) "globalists." The only question is whether, like Hitler, Putin represents "false opposition."
The Protocols of Zion stated, "Nowadays, if any States raise a protest against us it is only pro forma at out discretion and by our direction..." (9)
Is this still true? My sense is that it is. Russia has a Rothschild central bank. Putin confers with Henry Kissinger regularly.
All wars are orchestrated. The globalists would not risk a world war in which they could be destroyed.
PUTIN THE WHITE KNIGHT
Writing for The American Free Press & The Barnes Report , Michael Collins Piper shows how Putin is the dialectical opposite of the satanic Zionist West, just like Hitler and Stalin were.
(left. Putin proclaims his new found faith)
In the midst of all of the media frenzy targeting Putin, the bottom line is that Putin and Russia are being hammered relentlessly because Putin is viewed as an ideologically-based force representing a long-standing, deeply rooted Russian nationalist ideology, one closely bound to the Orthodox Christian faith.
Not in modern times has there been one such as Putin, rising up to challenge what is known as the New World Order and the war on Christian tradition. A careful survey of the elite media in recent weeks underscores the fact that the global elite are very much concerned about the nationalist ideology taking hold in Russia under Putin.
For popular consumption, warmongering Republican Arizona demagogue Sen. John McCain wrote in The New York Times on March 14: "Russia is not a great power on par with America. It is a gas station run by a corrupt, autocratic regime."
His inflammatory comments were echoed remarks during the 2012 presidential campaign when GOP candidate Mitt Romney called Russia "without question our No. 1 geopolitical foe," an extraordinary pronouncement revealing what the hard-line Zionist neoconservatives telling Romney what to say were thinking.
Putin has earned the wrath of the would-be world shapers among the likes of those who make up such high-level instruments of geopolitical planning such as the Bilderberg group, the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations. He has also offended the sensibilities of the interconnected Jewish families and financial groups that make up the driving force behind an intended global Zionist imperium based in Israel but wielding its power across the planet."
The next day, on March 31, the Washington Post published a column by Russian-born Jewish journalist Masha Gessen, left, who asserted that Putin's mission is "saving the world from the West." Gessen wrote: "Over the past two years, a new ideology has taken shape at the Kremlin. Insistently pushed out over the airwaves of state-controlled television, it has taken hold as Russia's national idea--and is the driving force behind its newly aggressive international posture. Russia is remaking itself as the leader of the anti-Western world."
Does all of this foreshadow war against Russia? That remains to be seen.
PUTIN WEARS THE WHITE HAT
Clearly Russia is on the side of the angels in this conflict. The Jewish NeoCons who spearhead the Masonic Jew World Order are guilty of aggression in Ukraine, as they have been everywhere else. They will have a hard time marshaling support domestically or even abroad. In a recent issue of World Affairs Brief, Joel Skousen notes that the Germans are losing patience with the US.
Part of the problem in getting the Germans to spurn Russian energy and trade ties is the growing hostility toward America as well as German dependence on Russian fuel and natural gas. After the NSA spying scandal broke, the German Interior Minister said, "the USA is operating without any kind of boundaries." He also mentioned that "approval ratings for Americans in German polls are lower right now than they have been in a long time. The last time this was the case was during a certain phase of the policies of George W. Bush."
Der Spiegel said that, "Germany is pulling closer to Russia out of its own self-interest and disgust with the U.S. We are so used to thinking of Germany as allied with the U.S. against Russia, this may be hard for most Americans to conceive. But this is how alliances change--with a first step.
How much easier to destroy the US than when it's clearly in the wrong? When its best generals have been purged and women are in combat? This may be the agenda - which a war which the US will lose, a perfect opportunity to purge "dissidents' and cull the population.
On the other hand, the US has been exercising remarkable restraint with mostly bluster and meaningless sanctions. Russia also has been careful to avoid confrontation. Having secured essential Black Sea access, it is in no hurry to annex Eastern Ukraine. The accord negotiated in Geneva recently
shows that, whatever the Illuminati have planned, the minions holding the levers of power in East and West have no appetite for war.
Is Putin false opposition?
Yes. But, at the same time, the differences between East and West seem real. They represent two Masonic mafias, one pretending to be nationalist and religious, the other proudly satanic. But the Russian gang will not accept being exploited and controlled by the Zionist gang.
As Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin said in an interview with Charlie Rose, we want to be equal and not "Junior" partners with the West. Whether this foreshadows war with Russia, as Piper says, remains to be seen.
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