Yesterday I took note of the summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Hu Jintao. Today I want to draw your attention to Mr. Putin's open letter:

Russia and China: New horizons for cooperation

In reading this letter, I am dismayed, not so much for what Mr. Putin says, but for how he, or his writers, or both, say it. One can, as I pointed out on one other occasion on this site when I drew attention to one of Mr. Putin's "open letters", see in the writing a higher quality of diction and address and analysis than one can imagine one of our own leaders, especially in the United States or Canada, using. Mr. Putin's diction is clear, concise, and to a certain extent, elevated. Sure, Mr. Putin is "playing to the crowd" as any politician does, but there's some substance here as well, and it's more than the bland pudding served up by the sock puppets in American politics.

Consider, for example, these little bombshells and their implications:

  1. "Naturally, current international affairs will be on the upcoming visit’s agenda. They include strategic stability, disarmament and non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and countering the threats and challenges to sustainable development, and our peoples’ lives and wellbeing, including terrorism, separatism, organised crime, and illegal migration. "(Emphasis added)
  2. "Russia and China share very similar positions on all of these issues, positions based on the principles of responsibility, commitment to the basic values of international law, and unconditional mutual respect for each other’s interests. This makes it easy for us to find a common language, develop common tactics and strategies, and make a constructive contribution to international discussions on the most serious issues we face today, whether the situation in the Middle East and North Africa, the problems in Syria and Afghanistan, or the Korean Peninsula and Iranian nuclear programme issues."
  3. "The SCO has brought much that is new and useful to global politics. Above all, it offers a partnership model based on genuine equality between all participants, mutual trust, mutual respect for each people’s sovereign and independent choice, and for each country’s culture, values, traditions, and desire for common development. This philosophy best embodies what I consider to be the only viable principles for international relations in a multipolar world."
  4. "The SCO was established as an organisation tasked with ensuring stability and security across the vast Eurasian continent. We think that any attempts by other countries to pursue unilateral action in the SCO’s region of responsibility would be counterproductive."

Now, if all that wasn't clear enough, it means that the era of Zbgnw Brzznk's "unipolar, one super-power-post-Soviet" world is over, and Mr. Putin spells this out in no uncertain terms at the beginning of his letter:

"The main thing is that all clear-headed politicians and experts in economics and international relations realise that it is not possible to set the global agenda today behind Russia’s and China’s backs and without taking their interests into account. Such is the geopolitical reality of the twenty-first century."

Mr. Putin, in other words, has re-emerged (actually, he never left), center stage in world politics and is signaling very clearly to the psychopaths and sociopaths of the western elite that they are embarking on a very dangerous course.

We may best summarize this, perhaps, in other terms. The cold war is indeed over, or at least, Act One of it was. But the psychopaths in the West allowed themselves to be deluded by the vision of a unipolar western world clustered around projections of American power into the Eurasian heartland in the name of a "war on terror." But the Shanghai Accords were forged precisely as a cold-blooded geopolitical calculation and response to that world view. In the process, old friends - Brazil chief among them - have gravitated more and more to that orbit.

It is a multi-polar world, and whatever else one may say about Mr. Putin - who interjects all the favorite globalist buzz words into his letter, sustainability, proliferation, drug war, terrorism, UN - he at least is serving notice that it is not all going to be run out of the City of London or the Wall Street/Washington complex. If his message wasn't clear enough to that complex beneath all the buzz words, then ponder these words very carefully:

"It is clear now that we must make quicker progress in moving over to using our national currencies to settle reciprocal trade, investment and other operations. This will also insure us against various currency risks and will strengthen the ruble and the yuan’s positions."

In other words, Mr Putin is signalling the near end of the US dollar as the world's reserve currency, and unfortunately for the psychopaths and sociopaths of the London-Wall Street-Washington complex, getting rid of Mr. Putin will require more than thinly disguised insurgents, staged false flag atrocities, or invasions. In short, Mr. Putin is not Qadaffi, Mubarek, or, for that matter, Saddam Hussein. Let's hope the sociopaths and psychopaths in "Wallashinglondonton" finally get it. (Kinda puts a dent in the diamond jubilee, doesn't it?)

See you on the flip side.


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Bear claw Chris Lapp on July 1, 2012 at 10:38 am

    “The SCO has brought much that is new and useful to global politics. Above all, it offers a partnership model based on genuine equality between all participants, mutual trust, mutual respect for each people’s sovereign and independent choice, and for each country’s culture, values, traditions, and desire for common development. This philosophy best embodies what I consider to be the only viable principles for international relations in a multipolar world.” (Putin)

    Right on Mr. Putin.

    You have to allow people to follow their own destinies based on who they understand themselves to be. The Anglo American elite’s philosophy is to force integrate and assimilate everyone into a global new man and label any dissent to this forced integration/assimilation as “racism” or “bigotry.”

    At the same time the globalist elites claim to “promote diversity.”

    But what philosophy for international relations truly promotes diversity?

    Forced integration and assimilation under a corporate created culture?

    Or freedom to build community with the people that people feel historically, culturally, and spiritually closest to?

    • Skyoracle on July 3, 2012 at 6:58 pm

      This looks like a gesture, from a too intelligent Russian leader for the puppet masters to bear, to offer the Chinese the real picture of “We must not fall for the imposing set up for destruction”

      Putin must be too keen on the business model that was used on his countrymen at the turn of the last century. you know, divide the classes and play them against each other, create a civil war and wipe out millions of his unexpected countrymen. Guess the operatives roots?…. then and even now what is being played on our countrymen!

      Then as a killer blow, between the two largest “creative” nations in Europe….orchestrate one of the deadliest wars that is guaranteed to extingush millions upon millions more from each side. Then throw in the numbers of American and other unsuspecting European bloodlines that will be led to the slaughter. This should be a huge help in decimating their numbers especially since it had been done previously twenty five years earlier that was just as devastating.

      Now all they have to do is force degeneration of the gene pool through social manipulation. It has worked everywhere else since then…. but not in Russia.

      So now they must set the Chinese and the Russians on a collision course in order to accomplish it……Maybe?

      Putin may be offering the way to avoid all of this, if he can get the Chinese to see the big picture. The Chinese must at least see that the American and other industrialist nations just gave them all of their manufacturing and they must at least wonder why.

      Yes, its the same old business model and hasn’t changed very much thru history. Maybe the masses will get off of the pills and flourides long enough to ponder the possibility. I sure hope so before We Americans, at least all of us that are left in this counrty, are left with little hope for a chance at peace.

    • Radu on July 4, 2012 at 4:37 am

      @ Bear claw Chris Lapp

      I am sorry to say, and i agree that what Mr. Putin said (and you quoted) sound very correct, but i really dont think it come from a genuine believe. Is just Russia seeing itself falling from the superpower status and trying to equilibrate the field.
      Is like the bear getting smaller and weaker in front of the lion, so trying to fight back by making alliances with the red dragon and asking for equality for all other animals, as that if he isnt able to eat them, nobody to be.

      This is hardly a “good vs evil” fight, but a struggle for power and influence. I even doubt that is a real one, i think that somewhere at the highest levels those “great powers” are meeting under the same “umbrella” where somene else draw the lines of conduct, at least partially. Something similar in a way with “the good cop vs the bad cop” play, with roles changing sometimes.

      @ Skyoracle

      I agree with most you said, except that supossition that Russian gene pool is the only one that didnt mixed or what you call with an unfortunate word, “degenerated” (if i understand that correct, if not sorry for my mistake, i am not a native English speaker).

      Russian people are at least as mixed as anyone else, due to their history. There are a mix in various degree of slavs, mongols, turkic, fino-ugric, germanic, caucasians (people from Caucas mountain region, probably with Iranic roots) and so on.
      Just look at Putin, is a perfect mix of European and Asiatic features, but its normal in such an empire where rulers or upper class changed few times during history and comprise such different ethnicities.

      Not even Germans imagined by Nazis wasnt 100% “pure” (and surely didnt have a “superior race” as ancient forfathers), if you scratch a little deep under the “surface”

  2. Jedi on July 1, 2012 at 12:10 am

    the veil is about to be lifted.

    This is the real deal holy field

  3. Radu on July 1, 2012 at 12:08 am

    I think Mr. Putin, which is not stupid at all, and is a former KGB officer, just act acording with the old saying “keep your friend close and the enemies even closer”.
    China is both in my opinion. They do have common interests in world politics, but in the same time China copy any Russian stuffs (especially military hardware) they get the hands on, ofcourse without Russia approval.
    And in the long run China, with an economy and population in expansion, might very well look to Siberia as a new space to aqquire.
    Siberia (parts of which Russians get from Chinese in last centuries, including the area where is Vladivostok located today i think) is a barelly inhabited land with lots of resources, perfect for Chinese.
    And when they get close as technological development (like parity or close in nuclear weapons for ex., with Russia), it will be hard for Russians to fight them off.
    I think Chinese are almost forced to expand, sooner or later, because of their increasing population and economy, and Siberia is the best place for them.
    And as bloody civil wars or revolutions to deplete their population (as it was the case few times in their history) arent near on sight to happen, in the future i see them trying to expand in Siberia, on the expenses of Russia

    • HAL838 on July 1, 2012 at 12:21 pm

      Not only was “poppy” Bush CIA, he was the director.
      He has also been plenty involved before and after that.
      They still do his bidding.
      He claims them as “my boys.”

      Why do people always remember Putin as KGB,
      but forget Bush as heading the CIA?

      The CIA was/is just as bad as the KGB, if not worse.

      • Radu on July 1, 2012 at 11:32 pm

        I know that (about Bush), and i didnt reffer to Putin KGB membership as an inherently bad thing, but as a point that he is versed in all kind of things related with such politics.
        And he’s approach to China can hide other stufs too, not just an apparent “brotherhood” or friendship

        • HAL838 on July 3, 2012 at 7:35 pm

          I would hardly call it a “brotherhood” or

          Besides, Putin was rather a neophyte in PR
          as all US presidents must be.
          as I said, he is a quick study and learned fast
          [without the out & out lies of the western puppets]

          Lies of ommision? Don’t we all?

          • Radu on July 4, 2012 at 4:42 am

            Yes, correct, is just that i can’t see him as the representation of “the good force”, as i write in previous posts. This image might sometime appear just like you say, by ommiting some other things

          • HAL838 on July 7, 2012 at 8:22 am

            Not by “representation,”
            but by use of a “good force.”

            He is also a product of his experience and upbringing,
            but also, as I said, very smart.

            For the most part, WE don’t seem to like being
            led by smart people.

  4. p on June 30, 2012 at 5:21 pm

    I once saw an entire press conference Putin gave, in Germany I believe, a few years ago. He demonstrated high intelligence, incredible knowledge of details on a wide range of subjects and great eloquence. It occurred to me then this man was way, way, way more intelligent and informed than any politician I had known in the West, and thus a formidable opponent to anyone foolish enough to cross him.

    • HAL838 on July 3, 2012 at 7:38 pm

      Yes, you are right on that.

      Fixed or not, ‘we’ never did elect brains.

      • HAL838 on July 3, 2012 at 7:43 pm

        Yeltsin ‘selected’ him to make up for
        the damage done by his greed.
        The deal was made. The fix was in.
        Putin won that, some appreciate brains.

  5. HAL838 on June 30, 2012 at 11:57 am

  6. Robert Barricklow on June 30, 2012 at 9:07 am

    Max Weber memorably remarked that decisive means for politics is violence. He also added that the world is governed bt demons, and that he who lets himself in…for power & force as a means, contracts with diabolical powers, and for his actions it is NOT true that good can follow only from good and evil only from evil, but that the opposite is true. Anyone who fails to see this, is, indeed a political infant.

    • Robert Barricklow on June 30, 2012 at 3:50 pm

      • Robert Barricklow on June 30, 2012 at 3:53 pm

        Would not take.
        PresssTV – Euro zone:
        The centralization battle rages on

  7. Incognito on June 30, 2012 at 6:40 am

    To Jay:

    Really? Really? You support the scumbags in power now?? Maybe you should read http://www.bollyn.com and see who, what, why murdered 3,000 people on 911. They went ahead with Operation Northwoods after all.

    As to this morning’s missive on Putin, when you say:

    London-Wall Street-Washington complex

    lets not forget Tel Aviv in there. I know it’s an offshoot of the City but it’s certainly a major spoke in this axis of evil. Unbelievable. Guy murders 3000 American citizens and receives 29 standing ovations from the congress critters.

    What an age.

  8. stewart on June 30, 2012 at 6:10 am

    the west have no monopoly on psychopath behavior or propaganda, lets see what russia and china can do in the upcoming alternative history, new uniforms for the police

  9. Jay on June 30, 2012 at 6:04 am

    Ah yes, the corrupt, totalitarian Putin will lead us to a world without separatism, where Russia rules central Asia and China is given a free hand in Tibet and Xian. Oh great! Meet the new boss, worse than the old boss. Fooled again, or is that fouled.

    • legioXIV on July 1, 2012 at 5:49 pm

      Is the Anglo-American empire any better Jay? Have they not killed, displaced and financially raped millions over the past 20 years? Are they not running riot almost wherever they please? Is there really a difference at the top of the tree?

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