September 2nd, 2014
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ENOUGH WITH PUTIN?

There is an interesting post over at Boiling Frog written by F. William Engdahl, a researcher that this blogger highly regards, concerning the recent Russian elections signaling a return of Vladimir Putin to the Russian executive:

The Shady National Endowment for Democracy &The Prime Agenda of ‘Whoever’ is Next US President

Engdahl echoes analysis we have given here on this site, namely, that the alliance of Russia, China, and Iran constitutes a primary obstacle to the plans of the Anglo-American and European elites to dominate the Eurasian heartland. The essence of Engdahl’s analysis is here:

“The salient question is why Putin at this point? We need not look far for the answer. Washington and especially Barack Obama’s Administration don’t give a hoot about whether Russia is democratic or not. Their concern is the obstacle to Washington’s plans for Full Spectrum Dominance of the planet that a Putin Presidency will represent. According to the Russian Constitution, the President of the Russian Federation head of state, supreme commander-in-chief and holder of the highest office in the Russian Federation. He will take direct control of defense and foreign policy.

“We must ask what policy? Clearly strong countermeasures against the blatant NATO encirclement of Russia with Washington’s dangerous ballistic missile installations around Russia will be high on Putin’s agenda. Hillary Clinton’s “reset” will be in the dustbin if it is not already. We can also expect a more aggressive use of Russia’s energy card with pipeline diplomacy to deepen economic ties between European NATO members such as Germany, France and Italy, ultimately weakening the EU support for aggressive NATO measures against Russia. We can expect a deepening of Russia’s turn towards Eurasia, especially with China, Iran and perhaps India to firm up the shaky spine of resistance to Washington’s New World Order plans.”

Well, this is true enough, as far as it goes. But there are two other geopolitical and political realities that one needs to consider. The first is Russia itself. The geopolitical analysis that Dr de Hart and I offered in Yahweh the Two-Faced God basically indicates that regardless of who is in power in Russia, the Russian national geopolitical interest must always oppose a unipolar domination of the Eurasian heartland by any power or combination of powers. If, for example, it was China and not the United States that was seeking to dominate the region and its resources, the result would be an attempt by Russia to cement alliances elsewhere, Europe, the Middle East, etc. So it is not, in my opinion, Putin as much as it is the course that any sane and self-respecting or even moderately patriotic Russian national leader would pursue.

The second political reality is what Putin represents, and again, what he represents is something that is a holdover from, believe it or not, Josif Stalin. In 1936, Stalin struck a most extraordinary deal, one almost unknown in the West, and even when known, little appreciated by Western analysts, for in 1936 he reached an argreement with the locum tenens of the Russian Orthodox Church, Metropolitan Sergei. The agreement is known, within Orthodox Church circles, as the “Sergian compromise,” for by its terms, the Church was allowed to retain and in some cases even to open seminaries to train clergy, in return for those clergy be being recruited as agents for the internal state security, the NKVD, forerunner to the KGB.  The long-term effect of this was, in my opinion, two-fold, for while it might be argued that this hollowed out the Church, by the same token, the NKVD/MGB/KGB eventually found itself being staffed by Orthodox clergy. In short, the Orthodox Church, creator of Russian culture and a repository of Russian national culture and aspirations, entered the intelligence business. The long term result is Vladimir Putin, with an intelligence background and a practicing Russian Orthodox believer. My point is, he is not the only one. If the West succeeds in blocking him, he will be replaced by another. It is no accident that the West, largely America, is sending “evangelical” missionaries to Russia to spread America’s homegrown (per)version of the Gospel, for America is faced with a Christian culture that is far older than that informing America’s.

So factor it in: the bottom line is we are looking at yet another fissure along the fault lines of Yahwism in all its manifold peregrinations down through history. Mr Putin, and the West’s opposition to him, are but one feature of it. But it contains a lesson the analysts in Washington had better learn, and learn well, and quickly: Putin is not an isolated instance, and Russian nationalism will find another political expression if the West succeeds in derailing him.

15 Responses to ENOUGH WITH PUTIN?

  1. “…a return of Vladimir Putin to the Russian executive”- did he ever really leave?!- Medvediev, me thinks, is/was only a front man (my Russian co-workers think the same)-

    well, to paraphrase Edgar Cayce: “the hope for the world will emerge from Russia”-

    maybe we’ll see it (or not) on the flip side…

    Larry in Germany

  2. Engdahl gets it right many times.
    Your analyses adds more depth.
    Great posts!!!
    Love them, as they keep everyone informed.

  3. As this image is viewed, look closely at the young man with a camera around his neck posing as a Russian news photographer standing just to the left of the little boy shaking President Reagan’s hand. Vladimir Putin was there from the very beginning:
    http://iconicphotos.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/c47341-10.jpg

    President Regan’s administration run by religious crazies began the theft of America which later resulted in Reagan’s financial criminals destabilizing Russia by destroying the ruble. Putin has not forgotten. And in case average Americans don’t know this, America and Russia have always been natural allies; there are elements seeking to never allow that relationship to be established.

    Now, look at this image of President Dmitriy Medvyedyev, weird hey, it is almost like the reincarnation of Nicholas Romano, shocking!? I think the healthier aspects of Russian nationalism and culture are kept quietly in the shadows by the Orthodox Church; they know something we don’t have a clue about in the west:
    http://www.dejanlucic.net/images/14934-slicnost.jpg

  4. If the Anglo-American elites achieve their full spectrum dominance, they will push for their new world order and the genocide of White kids. So this is very hopeful.

  5. Interesting that Stalin elevated the Church around the same time he began purging Trotskyites– turning on his handlers and building an alliance with a powerful Russian institution that was anathema to the Talmudic Trotskyites.

    I suspect we will see this same thing played out here in the US soon. A US President will use the dictatorial powers forged by the neo-cons, the clever and sinister descendants of the Trotskyites, over the past decade to purge those same neo-cons from power. And it won’t take much. All the President has to do is surround him or herself with military and announce on television that the neo-cons were the conspirators in the 9-11 massacre. The police state apparatus is already in place to round them up. Stalin would be proud. No middle of the night escape flights to central America, Europe or Israel for these criminals.

    I figure we could steal another play from the Stalin playbook with grand public show trials of the 9-11 murderers and their media and congressional accomplices. Imagine Paul Wofiwitz and Richard Pearl and Dick Cheney chained like the hunchback of Notre Dame on a flatbed truck paraded in front of mobs on their way to the courthouse followed closely behind by shackled neo-con radio talk show hosts such as Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity dressed up as New Orleans prostitutes being bombarded by projectiles thrown at them by the mobs? We can only dream…

  6. No shit? Did NOT know that. Suddenly, the odd “holes” in the West’s characterization (and my own understanding) of Putin. They never go into any detail at all concerning what KIND of KGB guy Putin is, just stick to the monolithic storyline of Russian History. This makes complete sense, particularly in light of his periodic “truth rants” on various Western…err…let’s call them “privatized western geopolitical plots” that never go further than RT.com

    • Whoops, that should read: “Suddenly……-II-…….of Putin are a lot shallower.”

  7. “The real power lies with the priesthood, the same place it always did.”- yep, exactly- it never ceases to amaze me how the sheeple revere men wearing gowns who pollute the air by swinging foul-smelling incense from canisters and revel in the act of “communion”; symbolically drinking Christ’s blood and eating his body- hell, that’s pure cannibalism-

    hence the expression “all roads lead to Rome”-

    the Vatican seems to have always had its tentacles everywhere- if my info serves me correctly, the Romanov Czars were all Knights of Malta-

    God only knows what organizations Putin might be a member of…

  8. Though I never could get behind religion I did like the clothes…. only Muammur Ghadafi could give the clerics a run for the fashion money…. since we’re coming out of the age of pisces and into the age of Aquarius will the new pope hats have running water? (espresso machine maybe?)

  9. G’day Larry,
    “it never ceases to amaze me how the sheeple revere men wearing gowns who pollute the air by swinging foul-smelling incense from canisters and revel in the act of “communion”;”

    That’s because of thousands of years of training my friend. It has become an automatic reflex action on the part of most people. So much so that they no longer even know it.