May 30

‘Welcomed Like Superstar’: Putin Most Popular Politician in Greece’s Athos:

Nowhere in Greece do people love Russia and its President Vladimir Putin so much as in the Orthodox monastic community in Holy Mount Athos, German magazine Spiegel Online wrote.

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May 28

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Putin Vows Retaliation Over US Missile Shield; Warns Poland, Romania Now In The “Cross Hairs”:

While Obama was in Hiroshima in a historic trip as the first standing president of the only nation to have ever used a nuclear weapon during wartime, and warning about the dangers of nuclear power without offering an apology to Japan, Russian president Putin was in Greece seeking to resume where he left off one year ago, ahead of the turbulent Greece “referendum” and capital controls, following which the Greek people have turned increasingly against remaining in the Eurogroup, a shift Putin certainly hopes to capitalize on. Continue reading »

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May 13


Russia Completes Energy Bridge With Crimea, Warns Against Any Future Interference:

When Crimea’s secession to Russia was accepted by Putin, the logical next phase of the process was to cut off Crimea’s reliance on Ukraine for energy, and fully integrate it into Russia’s supply network. That phase has now been completed, as the fourth and final line supplying electricity from mainland Russian to the Crimean peninsula has been completed according to RT

The energy bridge connects the mainland with the peninsula with a series of undersea cables running across the Kerch Strait. The new line will provide Crimea with total power supply of 800 megawatts a day that aims to satisfy the peninsula’s demand combined with its own capacity. The overall cost of the construction totaled 47.3 billion rubles ($720 million). Continue reading »

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May 05

“We’ll Respond Totally Asymmetrically” – Russia Answers NATO With Three New Deployments:

Russia has wasted no time in responding to NATO’s decision to deploy 4,000 troops to Russia’s border. Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu announced that Russia will be deploying two new divisions to the West, and one to the South (reportedly with 10,000 troops each) in order to counterbalance NATO’s increased military presence.

The Defense Ministry is taking a number of measures to respond to the NATO military buildup at the Russian border. Before the year’s end two new divisions will be formed in the Western Military District and one in the Southern Military District.” Shoigu said.


Aleksandr Grushko, Russia’s envoy to NATO said in response to NATO’s plan “we are not passive observers, we consistently take all the military measures we consider necessary in order to counterbalance this reinforced presence that is not justified by anything. Certainly we’ll respond totally asymmetrically.”

Putin chess

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May 04

Vlad Putin

Putin signs bill to oust MPs for missing parliamentary sessions:

The Russian president has signed into law a bill that allows the Lower House to oust its members for systematically failing to appear at the sessions or committee meetings.

The exact formula used in the act reads that from now on State Duma deputies can lose their positions for at least 30 days of leave without a valid excuse, both from State Duma sessions and from the gatherings of parliamentary committees which the lawmakers are members of. Continue reading »

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Apr 19

Putin Urges Obama to Close Turkey-Syria Border:

Russian President Vladimir Putin told his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama that Turkey’s border with Syria should be closed to help preserve the ceasefire on Monday

The two leaders spoke on the phone about the situation in Ukraine and Syria, according to the Kremlin’s press desk. According to the statement on the phone call released by the Russian presidential administration, Putin “highlighted” to Obama “the need to close Syria’s border with Turkey, from which a flow of fighters and arms to the extremists continues.”

Turkish PM responds to Obama, Putin over Syrian border remarks:

Other countries’ statements about Turkey’s border with Syria “have no meaning,” Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has said, in response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s call to U.S. President Barack Obama regarding the sealing of the Turkey-Syria border.

Speaking at a press conference before departing for Strasbourg, Davutoğlu said on April 18 that Obama and Putin talking about the Syrian-Turkish border – behind closed doors and in the absence of Turkey – was meaningless.

Turkey is the only authority “to decide on the final decision about its borders,” he said.

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Apr 10

Was the Panama Papers “Leak” a Russian Intelligence Operation?:

As I wrote on Monday, ever since I started reading about the Panama Papers “leak” something kept rubbing me the wrong way. From the absence of any well known, politically powerful Americans on the list, to the anonymous nature of “John Doe” as whistleblower and the clownish reporting from Soros and USAID affiliated organizations, the whole thing stunk from the start.

The first plausible theory I came across attempting to explain the strangeness of it all was proposed by Craig Murray, and it basically went something like this. The leaker is a real whistleblower, but he placed the information in the wrong hands, therefore the organizations and journalists reporting on the story were not giving us the whole truth. Here’s some of that theory from the post, Are Corporate Gatekeepers Protecting Western Elites from the Leaked Panama Papers?

Whoever leaked the Mossack Fonseca papers appears motivated by a genuine desire to expose the system that enables the ultra wealthy to hide their massive stashes, often corruptly obtained and all involved in tax avoidance. These Panamanian lawyers hide the wealth of a significant proportion of the 1%, and the massive leak of their documents ought to be a wonderful thing. Continue reading »

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Apr 07

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President Vladimir Putin attends the Russian Popular Front’s third media forum,

Truth and Justice, featuring independent regional and local media. April 7, 2016

Putin Denounces “Panama Papers” As U.S. Plot To Destabilize Russia:

The last few days days have been rife with speculation about the motivation, if any, behind the release of the Panama Papers, with the most prominent example coming from Wikileaks two days ago on Twitter which accused the journalist consortium behind the leak, the ICIJ, of being a “Washington DC based Ford, Soros funded soft-power tax-dodge which has a WikiLeaks problem” and adding that “PanamaPapers Putin attack was produced by OCCRP which targets Russia & former USSR and was funded by USAID & Soros.”

As we further suggested, the fact that none other than Rothschild, which is trying to corner the US-based “tax haven” sector, stands to benefit from the collapse of the Panama offshoring industry (as international clients who demand to maintain their anonymous status are forced to move to the US), may lead to further questions about a potential conflict of interest behind said release. Continue reading »

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Apr 05

Apr 5, 2016

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Apr 04


Panama Papers: British Elite Linked to Corruption, yet Media Only Focuses on Putin:

United Kingdom — Believed to be the largest leak of secret documents in history, the Panama Papers are the latest revelations exposing global corruption. The worldwide investigation supposedly exposes the secretive offshore industry the world’s elites use to hide assets and swerve rules. Based on a library of more than 11 million leaked files, it claims to have exposed a host of characters using offshore companies to facilitate bribery, arms deals, tax evasion, financial fraud, and drug trafficking. Continue reading »

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Apr 02

Erdogan is exactly the elite puppet needed to plunge Turkey into civil war and probably start a war with Russia (and Greece).

Erdogan will “go”, but not before he has fulfilled his elite puppet destiny.


Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Obama and Putin Agree That Turkish Dictator Erdogan Must Go:

Erdogan Not Immune to Coup d’Etat; Obama’s Blunt Interview with The Atlantic Containing Sharp Critique of Erdogan, Saudis, Cameron, Sarkozy, Hollande, Valls, Viewed in Middle East As Threat to Expose Connivance with ISIS Terrorists by Saudis, Turks, and Anglo-French; Obama’s View of Putin More Positive; Hillary Clinton Exposed Once Again As Incorrigible Warmonger; Obama’s Supreme Court Nomination Not Astute; GOP Faces Breakup Whether or Not Trump Gets to 1,237 Convention Delegates; Trump Faces More Protests at March 21 AIPAC Meeting in Washington; Trump in Tradition of Albert Gallatin, Calhoun, Huey Long, George Wallace – Figures Who Sought to Turn Back the Clock; Parallels to August 1991 Soviet GKChP

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Today’s broadcast features a report from Thierry Meyssan in Damascus, Syria, which can be summarized as follows: Continue reading »

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Mar 20

Russia’s Military Aims Achieved, Putin Switches to Diplomacy — Paul Craig Roberts

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Mar 11


“Blunt Force Injuries To The Head” – Putin’s Multi-Millionaire, Media Mogul Was Murdered In A Luxury DC Hotel:

Back in early November we reported that in a shocking twist of events, Mikhail Lesin – a close ally of Putin and the man credited with “inspiring” the creation of Russia Today – was found dead on an upper floor in The Dupont Circle hotel in DC. Lesin was Russia’s Minister of Press, Television and Radio from 1999 to 2004 and also served as Putin’s media adviser. In 2013 he assumed a role as an executive at Gazprom-Media.

What was strange about Lesin’s death, is that nobody knew, or revealed, why Lesin was in Washington in the first place. Continue reading »

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Feb 26


Putin Hopes US Understands Terrorists Not Protected by Syrian Ceasefire:

Vladimir Putin hopes his American partners understand that the fight against terrorism in Syria should continue even after the ceasefire goes into effect.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russia hopes the United States understands that the fight against Daesh as well as against other terrorist groups in Syria must continue even after the cessation of hostilities agreement goes into effect, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday. Continue reading »

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Feb 24


Serbs protest government’s NATO deal, call to Russia for help:

Thousands of Serbs marched through the heart of Belgrade to the Russian embassy, in protest at a new co-operation agreement with NATO, and the death of two Serbian hostages during a US air strike in Libya.

Organized by the ultra-conservative, nationalist Zavet and Obraz movements, the march proceeded peacefully, as the demonstrators brandished portraits of Russian President Vladimir Putin in military fatigues, and held placards with the slogan “Expel NATO ASAP.” One banner read “Putin for President,” another “Medvedev for PM,” in reference to the head of the Russian government, Dmitry Medvedev. Continue reading »

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Feb 22


Putin Says “Radical” Turn Possible In Syria After “Ceasefire” Deal:

For months, the US and Russia have been busy wrangling over possible terms for a ceasefire in Syria.

In addition to the fact that getting everyone to the table is well nigh impossible given the multifarious nature of the opposition and given how contentious the relationship between Tehran and Riyadh has become, there’s also the issue of Bashar al-Assad’s fate. Russia and Iran are not prepared to accept an outcome that doesn’t at least give the President a role in the country’s political future and Washington’s regional Sunni allies are bound and determined to finish what they started by usurping the government at all costs. Continue reading »

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Feb 12

Trying to blame Putin for aiming at EU disintegration, the migrant crisis and even the war in Syria, instead of the proxy army of the CIA (& the Mossad), i.e. ISIS and Al-CIAda (there never have been any moderate rebels), that has been sent into Syria by our government to topple Assad, just like they’ve sent them into Libya before to get rid of Gaddafi,  is a bad joke.

However, Putin is a Freemason and a Rothschild puppet just like Obama (see information at the end of the article.)

We’re all finding ourselves in a global game of chess right now, where the Rothschilds/Illuminati play both (or better all) sides.


We are still in the opening, which is called “The Dragon’s Route To WW3 And The Coming Depopulation Of The Chessboard”, with “Divide et Impera” tactics being deployed all over the chessboard.

Everybody will suffer except some of them. (The Rothschilds are NOT the top of the pyramid, though it is not so easy to name one who is higher ranked.)

We, the people, have decided to just watch them play their game, as we have allowed them to take over all of the most important positions of power.

We on the other hand have given our power away and are responsible for the mess we are in, because we have allowed it to happen. 

At the very least we could refuse to play their game. The moment they cannot play their game with us anymore, it’s game over.

The Illuminati (The Rotschilds and the 12 other elite families) were behind the French revolution, the Russian revolution, WW1, WW2 (another staged event!) and now we are en route to WW3.

During WW3 an event has been predicted to take place, that will stop all combat operations immediately.

I’ve posted some info down below on how to survive it.

Related info:

–  Soros’s ‘European values’ mean losing your national identity – Paul Craig Roberts

–  Hungarian PM blames Soros for fueling refugee crisis in Europe


Soros: ‘Putin aims at EU disintegration, threat from Russia bigger than from jihadi attacks’:

American and EU leaders are making a “grievous error” by taking Russian President Vladimir Putin for their ally in the fight against Islamic State, billionaire investor George Soros has stated. Putin’s real aim is the EU’s disintegration, Soros alleged.

In an opinion piece for, the billionaire stated that “the best way to [cause the disintegration of the Euro bloc] is to flood the EU with Syrian refugees.”

“There is no reason to believe that [Putin] intervened in Syria in order to aggravate the European refugee crisis,” Soros says. “But once Putin saw the opportunity to hasten the EU’s disintegration, he seized it. He has obfuscated his actions by talking of cooperating against a common enemy, ISIS [Islamic State/IS, also known as ISIL].” Continue reading »

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Jan 27

Putin denounces Soviet founder Lenin:

MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday criticized Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin, accusing him of placing a “time bomb” under the state, and sharply denouncing brutal repressions by the Bolshevik government.

The harsh criticism of Lenin, who is still revered by communists and many others in Russia, is unusual for Putin, who in the past carefully weighed his comments about the nation’s history to avoid alienating some voters. Continue reading »

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Jan 26

H/t reader squodgy:

“The slimy toad called John Simpson, a revered BBC ‘propagandist’ is owned and spat out by Vlad.


900 Bass In 153 Countries - Empire

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Jan 24

Putin is “winning”?

Both Putin and Obama …

… are Freemasons …

Masonic handshakes (Click on images to enlarge.)


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Obama’s masonic ring:


Other signs …




… and both are Rothschild/Illuminati puppets …



… therefor the side who is “winning” has been chosen to be “winning” by TPTB …


The people, however, are (almost) always on the losing end.

Which is why: We Are On Our Own (For more info visit this link.)


Putin Is Winning The Final Chess Match With Obama:

The world press is filled with violence and sexual attack horror stories about the Islamic refugees escaping from Syria and other war torn countries of the Middle East to Greece and consequently flooding into all areas of Europe. It is actually very easy to travel from Syria to Lebanon and then take the ferry to Turkey and from there to Greece and subsequently the mainland overland to Europe. This is now big business organized like a one-way tour package from the Middle East to Europe.

Although there obviously are some ISIS fighters and Islamic militants slipping into Europe under cover of the humanitarian crises most are simply Sunni Moslems escaping the poverty, death and destruction of foreign military intervention in the region. Yes the sex crimes are a real problem because the majority of those escaping the region are men looking for work coming from a conservative society to the open societies of Europe. Continue reading »

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Jan 20

H/t reader squodgy:

“A bit of fun…..”


Do These Pictures Prove Vladimir Putin Is Actually Immortal?

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Jan 13

H/t reader squodgy:

“As usual, the little man will suffer, but that now includes all of us. As you constantly remind us T, we’re really on our own.

If, as seems to be the case from our MSM failure to keep us informed, gold backed Russia is going to deliberately default, it will undoubtedly trigger a rout of the derivatives and junk bonds, as well as an immediate collapse of western financial system and the fan just won’t be big enough for all that shit.”

… or Russia will just do this …

Putin Popcorn

…  in regards to developments on the global financial markets.

On the still developing global war scene Russia will certainly not be quiet and lean back.

The EU and the US will collapse, hyperinflation, revolution, civil war and then as planned WW3.

Weaponized Default: Russia’s Ultimate Answer to Western Aggression?:

A Russian default on its $700 billion in foreign debt would send shockwaves through the Western financial system

This article originally appeared at RT

Let’s start with some classic Russian politics. Finance Minister Anton Siluanov is drawing up Russia’s economic strategy for 2016, including the government budget. Siluanov – essentially a liberal, in favor of foreign investment – will present his proposals to the Kremlin by the end of this month.

So far, nothing spectacular. But then, a few days ago, Kommersant leaked that Russia’s Security Council asked presidential aide Sergei Glazyev to come up with a separate economic strategy, to be presented to the council this week. This is not exactly a novelty, as the Russian Security Council in the past has asked small strategy groups for their economic assessment. Continue reading »

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Jan 06

Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin and American actor Steven Seagal with an SPS Serdyukov autoloading pistol with silencer, at the international exhibition “Oboronexpo-2014”, in Zhukovsky, Moscow Region. Source: Sergey Mamontov/RIA Novosti

The SPS: The gun used by Vladimir Putin’s bodyguards:

A modified version of the legendary, “sort-of-classified” SPS pistol may soon enter service in the Russian armed forces. Considered one of the best handguns in the world, the SPS is flexible and capable of penetrating body armor.

The two standard-issue pistols used by the Russian military, the PM (the Makarov pistol) and MP-443 Grach, will soon be replaced by a new model developed by TsNIITochMash (Central Research Institute for Precision Engineering), according to a statement by the institute.

The statement does not reveal exactly which handgun is to enter service, but certain details suggest it is a modified version of the SPS (the Serdyukov pistol), Russia’s most deadly and ergonomic sidearm. Continue reading »

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Jan 02


Vladimir Putin names U.S. as a threat to Russia’s national security

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Jan 01


Putin signs bill allowing reciprocal impounding of foreign nations’ property:

President Vladimir Putin has signed amendments to a bill that restricts foreign states’ right not to observe certain Russian legal procedures if these states themselves introduce measures restricting Russia’s legal immunity.

The amendments would change Russian civil and arbitration codes by introducing the principle of limited legal immunity for a foreign state. They detail the procedure of initiating a lawsuit against a foreign nation and serving court warrants to its representatives. The document also prescribes the role of various Russian state agencies in court cases against foreign states. Continue reading »

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Dec 29

“Since Erdogan is a fair man, and because we’re sure Turkey’s attack on the Russian warplane was completely legitimate, we suppose the Turkish President would have understood if Greece had shot down one of Turkey’s fighters.”

We’re on the road to WW3, as planned by the Illuminati (the Rothschilds and the 12 other elite families), who control all sides, just like in WW2.

And all of this has been predicted (see info down below).

Turkish, Greek Jets Engage In Dogfight Over Mediterranean:

Turkey is no stranger to aerial conflict of late.

After months of back and forth banter between Ankara and Moscow regarding supposed Russian incursions into Turkish airspace, Erdogan finally “went there” on November 24 when Turkish F-16s shot down a Russian Su-24 near the border with Syria. One of the two pilots was killed.

Although Turkey claimed the (17 second) violation of its airspace was unacceptable and just cause for military engagement, it was just three years prior that Erdogan had decried the downing of a Turkish F-4 phantom in Syria’s airspace.”A short-term border violation can never be a pretext for an attack,” he declared.

But that wasn’t the only hypocrisy apparent in Turkey’s brazen move. According to the University of Thessaly (whose statistics are based on the Greek military’s tally), there were 2,244 violations of Greece’s airspace by Turkish jets in 2014 alone, representing an increase of some 250% from 2013. Here’s a look at the graphic:  Continue reading »

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Dec 26


Putin Vows to Protect Pro-Russian Ukrainians From Nationalists:

Originally appeared in The Moscow Times

Vladimir Putin said in an interview that he would not allow the people of Donbass to be ‘eaten up’ by Ukrainian extremist fanatics

President Vladimir Putin said he will protect Russians living in southeastern Ukraine from what he described as being “eaten up” by Ukrainian “nationalists,” according to an interview broadcast Sunday. Continue reading »

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Dec 25





Putin and Israel – a complex and multi-layered relationship: Continue reading »

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Dec 25



Putin Blues:

Heavy darkness befalls the North; the sun rarely emerges from between the clouds. This year, Russia has noticeably less street illumination, and the spirits are anything but festive. Only the whiteness of the snow and Christmas trees break the gloom and remind us of the forthcoming low point of the cosmic wheel, Yuletide, when days starts to wax and nights to wane. As this stellar event foretells the Nativity of our Savior, this is a period of hope after a very difficult year, all over the world.

Putin supporters are unhappy Continue reading »

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Dec 16


The Humiliation Is Complete: Assad Can Stay, Kerry Concedes After Meeting With Putin:

“The United States and our partners are not seeking so-called regime change [and] there is no policy of the United States, per se, to isolate Russia.”

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