There is an interesting article over at the Huffington Post and the implications between the lines are well worth considering in some depth. The article is here:

Magnitsky Act, U.S. List Of Alleged Russian Human Rights Abusers, Could Have 'Very Negative Effect' On Relations, Says Putin

Now I want to draw your attention to a few paragraphs in this article that will concern us here:

"The Magnitsky Act is named after Sergei Magnitsky, a lawyer who died in a Moscow jail in 2009 while awaiting trial on tax evasion charges. Relatives and former colleagues say he was jailed by the same officials he had accused of stealing $230 million from the state through fraudulent tax rebates.

"His death underscored the dangers of challenging the Russian state and deepened Western concerns about human rights and the rule of law in Russia.

"Passage of the Magnitsky Act in December added to tension in ties already strained by disagreement over issues ranging from the conflict in Syria to Russia's treatment of Kremlin critics and Western-funded non-governmental organisations since Putin returned to the Kremlin for a six-year term last May.

"Moscow has warned it will respond to a U.S. list by naming Americans barred from Russia under retaliatory legislation signed by Putin, and the spat threatens to cast a shadow over a visit to Russia by Obama's national security adviser Tom Donilon, who is to hold high-level talks in Moscow on Monday."

The background to all of this goes back to the days of the post-Soviet era, when King George Herbert Walker von Bush I gave solemn assurances to Moscow that the U.S. and its NATO satraps in Europe would not seek to expand the alliance into Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Republics such as the Ukraine, Byelorussia, or the Baltic states, a promise that was, as we all know by know, was quickly broken.  This all followed the infamous Leo Wanta affair, an affair whose byzantine twists and turns are too labyrinthine to survey here. But the bottom line was the same old geopolitical bottom line: the West wants to encircle, and eventually, roll Russia back to a small European state, and to strip away Siberia. Russia, of course, wants to prevent this. As an adjunct to all of this, we must consider an important facet of Western activity in the former Soviet republics:

This is the use of various covert operations fronts like the National Endowment for Democracy - incidentally, rumored to be heavily funded and backed, if not staffed, by George Soros - to stage the color revolutions that led to "pro-western" governments in Minsk, Kiev, and other former Soviet republic capitals. And in my opinion, I strongly suspect there are even deeper ties, and deeper players - Can you say Reinhard Gehlen, and Fremde Heere Ost?

Such activity was bound to provoke a response from within the Russian National Security Establishment, and that inevitable response came in the form of one Vladimir Putin, who in this author's opinion may represent that aspect of the KGB that was heavily infiltrating, or infiltrated by, the nationalist Russian Orthodox Church as a result of the 1936 "Sergian Compromise".  Make no mistake: Putin is an authoritarian, but he's no Stalinist. His roots lie much deeper within Russian culture and internal politics.

And he's no stranger to covert operations. In my opinion, Putin's threat here is nothing less than to expose the covert operations network and agenda of NATO, all of it, and thus to deal the Western oligarchs - already reeling from blow after blow to their credibility and ethics in the wake of LIBOR, the housing bubble, the gold repatriation calls - a final blow. And Putin can do it, and can back up his "names" with evidence.  And the western oligarchs know it.

But there is another implicit threat in Putin's remarks, for by indirectly fingering the covert operations network and its activities in peeling away former Soviet republics - the Ukraine comes foremost to mind, followed closely by Byelorussia - Putin is also indirectly signaling that two can play the covert operations game in "disaffected regions" of a country, which in the USA's case, includes pretty much everywhere, with the exception of New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Franciso, and Seattle, and one can find all sorts of other disaffected elements there as well. And he knows the game well enough to know that the people he's playing against aren't above staging false flag incidents, and blaming it on him...

... But those people are no longer dealing with Radio Moscow and the scratchy Satlinesque fanfares... They're dealing with RT, and a much more sophisticated player. The message of the article says it all: Russia "won't run ahead" of the USA, but it will match any move tit for tat. Putin has made it clear that he can and will give any Rottenchild flunkie polonium poisoning.

That's what has them more than a little worried.

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. DEBRA on April 21, 2013 at 7:52 am

    Tweeted by Jim Rickards on April 20, well respected author of the book “Currency Wars”:
    @JamesGRickards : “U.S. will now proceed to lie about #AlQaeda connection to #Boston as they did w/ #Benghazi. It won’t work; #Putin will leak Russian intel.”

    Rickards has been saying quite a lot lately about the Russia and Putin that goes right along with this blog.

    • paul de gagne on April 21, 2013 at 8:01 am

      I like that idea – The rats FINKING OUT each other. Probably the only way we would get to the real dirt or low-down. Also, it gives our overtime imaginations a rest break!

  2. Frankie Calcutta on April 20, 2013 at 9:34 am

    Et Tu, Mr. Putin? What kind of deal did you make with the Rothschild zionists? Your valiant crusade against islamic terrorism these last few decades has suddenly made you the toast of the American main stream media. Have you opted to side with the Rothschild zionists against the more formidable threat of the Breakaway Civilization? Did you turn over that Cyprus gold to trigger that gold selling? Will you now be given the Cyprus natural gas concession? Will you be given a human rights abuse pass, maybe even some intelligence info, to squash the Chechnyans and ensure a glorious, terrorism-free 2014 Olympics? Will the Checnyans get the not so subtle message about the consequences of disrupting your Olympics? Will Russia and the Rothschilds now divvy up Eurasia?

    • Frankie Calcutta on April 20, 2013 at 9:59 am

      lastly, have Moscow’s 78 billionaires replaced the Orthodox Church as your chief advisors and have the family memories of the tragedies inflicted on your family and Russia by the Nazis given you the resolve to thwart the menace of the Breakaway Civilization using any means necessary?

      • DaphneO on April 23, 2013 at 3:02 am

        I seriously don’t think Putin is in the Rothschilds’ camp. As KGB he was well aware of who funded their “revolution”.

        I agree with what Dr Farrell has been saying for a long time. And in that particular area I had read enough to believe this was the case already.

        He can’t totally control western influence, but he comes down very hard where he can.

        I think he has a different world view than the west, and the leaders of the west know it. Also, he’s a nationalist and has a real love of his country.

        And I may be wrong.

    • Frankie Calcutta on April 20, 2013 at 12:45 pm

      Another lovely message from Putin?

      Fmr. CIA Bob ‘Syrianna’ Baer: “CIA Trained Afghans To Use Pressure Cookers Against The Soviet Army”

      • Frankie Calcutta on April 20, 2013 at 1:07 pm

        More fallout from the Boston Massacre: RT goes mainstream. It has been linked to numerous new stories and RT’s exclusive interviews with “terrorist” relatives has been used on the networks, or so I have been told.

    • Frankie Calcutta on April 20, 2013 at 1:54 pm

      Foreign government tips off FBI that there are Chechyan terrorists in their midst in 2011?

      “Officials told the Associated Press, Reuters and CNN that Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who died in a shootout with police outside Boston on Friday morning, was interviewed by federal officers.
      The matter was closed when it did not produce any derogatory information.
      One official told AP that the FBI shared its information with the foreign government. The official did not say what country made the request about Tamerlan Tsarnaev or why.”

      Some insight from a Russian black operative:

      Russian ‘Alpha’ Special Forces team-veteran and vice-president of its International Association, Aleksey Filatov, believes there is more to the case than meets the eye. He emphasizes, firstly, that the origin and religious beliefs of the suspect, along with the specifics of the bombing, have all been carefully pre-meditated and planned by someone within the United States in order to distract the public from the true identity and long-term aims of the actual planners.

      “Putting a young Chechen in those shoes was top-notch professionalism in distracting everyone from the true identity and motives of the planner,” he told RT.

      “The executors were chosen to confuse the American public and simultaneously untie the White House’s hands in a way that would justify a departure from the rhetoric of non-involvement in military action on foreign territories.”

  3. Frankie Calcutta on April 19, 2013 at 9:27 pm

    Could making it so bizarre and perplexing be just another psy-op to make truth seekers throw in the towel?

    I really think they put a bunch of different patsies at the false flag site and then after the attack, there is a blitz of negotiation and finally a perpetrator is selected. In this case some deal must have been cut with the Russians as this “Chechen” terrorist attack is advantageous to the Russians who are no longer portrayed as ogres in their war against the Chechens but instead commiserated with and now part of the fellowship in the war on terror. Which could possibly signal a CIA withdrawal from Chechnya. What did Putin have to give in return? Certain investment banking rights in Russia to the banksters? The green light for a bankster attack on Syria or Iran? Cyprus?

    Or did the KGB determine who the patsy was going to be through some other means like blackmail? The Boston massacre definitely seems like win-win for Putin.

    of note were some of the interesting news flashes such as:

    18:51 GMT: 15 police officers were taken to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Brighton, MA for injuries sustained in last night’s police activity, ABC News reported.

    Maybe the cops were hit with an explosive device, or maybe they were trying to apprehend some ex-special forces?

    also it was mentioned that the final suspects were being watched by the FBI for a few years. ( I think groomed might be the right word and i won’t even mention what this says about the quality of our domestic spying) but did this surveillance involve the KGB as well who would also be interested in Chechen terrorists? Does this have any tie in with the FBI’s problem with Russian sleeper cells? Are the KGB sleeper cells, the FBI and the Chechen terrorists one big dysfunctional family spying on each other? Infiltrating each other? Setting up patsies? Cui Bono.

    Did Putin just steal a play from the Israeli 9/11 playbook?

    • Miguel on April 20, 2013 at 1:35 am

      The Boston events, letters to Congress, Senate & President Obama seems of replay of 9/11.

      Dr. Farrell touched briefly in his Camelot Project interview about an overdue/outstanding debt that was never honoured (possibly linked to a hard-asset/Bullion loan).

      It is highly suspicious this Boston events took place while an attack on Gold was being waged by the banksters.

  4. Nidster - on April 19, 2013 at 7:35 pm

    The capture of the remaining bombing suspect in the Boston area has been announced. It would be good for the defense to at least publicly point out that if there are any mitigating circumstances that led the kid to do the bombing (if he actually did) was in part based on the incredible boasting President Obama has done to continually remind the world that he keeps a “Kill List’ and of course Obama’s incessant boasting of killing Osama.

    Putin should also consider placing President Obama on the banned list of U.S. officials who will no longer be welcomed in Russia, if for no other reason than the simple fact that President Obama suffers from severe mental illness, NPD. Hells Bells, it could also be based, in part, on the fact that Obama is no longer welcome to roam freely in certain parts of the US of A.

    I have been reconsidering my prior opinion regarding Putin ever since the Banksters financially raped the good people of Cyprus and Putin helped the Cypriots restructure some of their Russian debt. I also hope to see the Cypriots allow the Russians a Mediterranean naval port and allow them a chance to extract some natural gas in the area.

  5. duncan mckean on April 19, 2013 at 5:57 pm

    big picture..good news.a bit of hope .thanks doc ! the human carnage is beginning to feed on itself.

  6. marcos toledo on April 19, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    One Chechen down one to go. The new model now is Christopher Donne killed while resisting arrest. The dead tell no tales as for Russia the West never learn their lessions. They repeating the same mistake as always if the choice is making friend or foe they choose foe stupid fools.

    • Frankie Calcutta on April 19, 2013 at 1:36 pm

      what a potboiler this Boston massacre is turning out to be. I think the whole Russian containment and control of Eurasia is coming into play. This may really be a stretch but I’m wondering if the selection and then execution of a Russian patsy training for the US Olympic boxing team is some kind of message to Putin and his upcoming 2014 Olympics. I believe the Chechen rebels have announced they intend to disrupt the Russian hosted Olympics.

      • MizGreen on April 19, 2013 at 2:18 pm

        As much as I detest linking to Alex Jones, I’ll hold my nose and do it this once, because this page is remarkable, with photos of various identifiable military operatives surrounding the bombing scene – before and after. To the MSM, these men don’t exist……

        • DaphneO on April 19, 2013 at 7:17 pm

          MizGreen, I “detested” the Alex Jones site for a long time, and still don’t go there regularly, but I’m finding when I do that he often shows stuff that can’t be found elsewhere. I’ll even go so far as to say I think he’s “fair dinkum” (Oz lingo)…

          I was sent that link too, watched it and sent it on.

          Now I find the article on The Craft (which was the organisation these brown & black clothed men belonged to, is very strange indeed.


          • Margaret on April 19, 2013 at 9:39 pm

            … and I don’t think it would be a surprise if it turns out that the FBI is a prime player, based on its past history of ‘cultivating’ terrorist plots and suspects

            The FBI’s History of Supplying Live Explosives to “Terror Suspects”

          • Margaret on April 19, 2013 at 10:15 pm

            Here it is:

            ‘They were set up, FBI followed them for years’- Tsarnaevs’ mother to RT

            With the 24-hour manhunt for the second suspect of the Boston bombing closed, RT remembers its conversation with the parents of the Tsarnaev brothers, who claimed all along their children were set up. … [snip] But [the mother’s] biggest suspicion surrounding the case was the constant FBI surveillance she said her family was subjected to over the years. She is surprised that having been so stringent with the entire family, the FBI had no idea the sons were supposedly planning a terrorist act. …

            rt. com/usa/tsarnaev-brothers-parents-innocent-124/

            also here:

          • Robert Barricklow on April 21, 2013 at 9:08 am

            just click on the corbet report
            click on videos
            go to 18 Apr “Manufactured Terrorism”
            approx 14 minutes

    • Robert Barricklow on April 19, 2013 at 4:28 pm

      What I want to know is how these presstitutes can keep a staight face, and not burst ou laughing. Because they are heartless actors/actresses feigning emotions on the high. Reading script, holding back the fake tears.
      Despicable mainstream propafanda.
      Despicable law enforcement following their marching orders w/o question.

      Unfortunately I’am caught by others who want to watch. They even believe this theatre. Making this even harder to bear, than it already is.

      Political hey for monsters.

      • DaphneO on April 19, 2013 at 7:18 pm

        Robert, I do understand. I have that problem too.

        • Robert Barricklow on April 20, 2013 at 9:29 am

          I’am in good company at least.

      • Margaret on April 19, 2013 at 9:57 pm

        They’re twisted, Robert … programmable robots. I can’t watch any of it. The Texas fertilizer plant explosion was far more devastating in loss of life and property, so why the relentless media fixation on the Boston [false flag] bombing? Who are we supposed to feel more sympathy for? And why? This is 911 déjà vu … the ‘war on terror’ agenda can’t be advanced without inflicting ‘shock and awe’ on the sheeple. Manipulate emotions, keep fear at a high level so they will give up more freedoms for more [false] security. So, in this scenario who are the real terrorists? I like the way James Corbett puts it in perspective … The Terrorists Have Been Identified

        • Robert Barricklow on April 20, 2013 at 9:31 am

          Another welcome sight.

        • Don B on April 22, 2013 at 3:54 pm

          Margaret, If you get a chance check out “Cleanskin” movie. I found it on Sundance the other night. Sean Bean stars in it. The screen writer is a Muslim I think. It puts both sides of the terrorism issue in perspective. Reminds me a little of the recent Boston bombing.


          • Robert Barricklow on April 22, 2013 at 4:36 pm

            Saw it.
            Very good movie, intelligent plot with intrique.

          • Robert Barricklow on April 22, 2013 at 4:41 pm

            Checkout the Norweigian movie Headhunter.

          • Margaret on April 22, 2013 at 10:49 pm

            Thanks, Don and Robert, for your suggestions … but I think I’ll pass … I like intrigue but not served up with so much violence and brutality.

  7. Margaret on April 19, 2013 at 10:19 am

    Some thoughts on human rights abuses …

    It seems undisguised hypocrisy that the US should bar Russians over alleged human rights abuses. We can do it, but they can’t! The US has now been formally condemned for Bush-era torture and Obama-era tolerance of torture of Guantanamo prisoners in a report just released by the Constitution Project think tank. The report calls for a ‘Truth Commission’, a release of classified documents, and a public acknowledgement from Obama of the wrongs done.

    Relentless coverage of Boston [false flag] bombings will be a convenient distraction from reporting on this study. I expect it will get buried. The fact is that torture at Guantanamo continues … 43 protesting detainees, many held without charge or trial for more than a decade, have been on a hunger strike since February and are being involuntarily force-fed liquid meals through tubes, considered to be a form of abuse [“to ensure the health and safety of the detainees”] … it’s torture and it’s ongoing!

    U.S. condoned torture after 9/11, must close Guantanamo: report
    http://www.reuters. com/article/2013/04/16/us-usa-guantanamo-idUSBRE93F00Y20130416

    Constitution Project’s Task Force on Detainee Treatment

    • Robert Barricklow on April 19, 2013 at 4:34 pm

      San Bernadino Police admit
      to burning Chris Doner alive.
      Their slogan:
      We do crminals right. Extra Crispy.

    • Margaret on April 22, 2013 at 10:15 pm

      Revised figures: Guantánamo hunger strikers make up HALF of inmate population

      Of the 166 inmates still imprisoned, 84 are refusing all food in protest against their indefinite confinement and conditions at the centre. Among them is Shaker Aamer, who has spent 11 years there and remains behind bars **despite being cleared for release six years ago.** [, 21 April 2013]

  8. Frankie Calcutta on April 19, 2013 at 8:30 am

    Eye brow raiser from John Rappapaport’s blog today:

    “Richard DesLauriers, who starred in the FBI press conference, made his bones at the Bureau by engineering the exchange of 10 Russian sleeper agents in the US for four CIA agents who were in prison in Russia. That was his big career move.

    The Russian sleeper agents had been operating under the nose of the FBI in the US, who, in typical fashion, weren’t making any arrests. They were just tracking these Russian spies and watching them, for more than 10 years, as the spies passed across intelligence to their Russian controls.

    This was a very delicate exchange, mainly because FBI field agents a) didn’t want to let the Russians go back home and escape prosecution and b) because the FBI and the CIA hate each other, and the FBI people weren’t all that enthused about the value of the deal. Bring home four CIA people in return for releasing 10 Russian sleeper agents? Nothing to celebrate there.”

  9. Foxlike Mulder on April 19, 2013 at 7:16 am

    This is interesting with the revelation that these two Boston bombing suspects are from Chechnya. The mother is also a resident of suburban Boston (Natick) and was arrested for larceny last year. Both brothers have Islamic leanings in their online profiles. Something smells funny given the Chechen-Russian connection.

    • Frankie Calcutta on April 19, 2013 at 10:49 am

      That will certainly whip the goy up into both an anti-Russian and anti-muslim frenzy. How convenient. Aren’t the Russians and muslims supposed to be our prophesied opponents in WWIII? I wouldn’t be surprised if these “terrorists” will also be found to have ties to Russian intelligence, maybe even be the grandchildren of Lee Harvey Oswald.

      Memo to main stream media from high cabal: never question US immigration policy in your propaganda reports.

  10. Frankie Calcutta on April 19, 2013 at 6:40 am

    The other speculation in regard to the Boston massacre would be that a foreign intelligence service tipped of the world of an impending Bilderberger false flag via the Italian supreme court justice. The foreign intelligence service may even have tipped off elements within the US regarding the details of the attack which may explain the pre-blast bomb drills and the failure of several bombs to detonate.

    I think it comes down to a glass half empty verses a glass half full sort of thing. The Italian Supreme Court Justice as a righteous man alerting the world of this evil or conversely, a bribed/extorted/satanic hack in the service of the London banksters, who just may be having a spat with the Bilderbergers, and the Italian is doing their evil bidding.

  11. Yaj on April 19, 2013 at 6:25 am

    “1936 ‘Sergian Compromise'”? A Google search of the term: “Sergian Compromise” sans 1936 only yields this website.

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