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July 29, 2014 By Joseph P. Farrell

Yesterday, you'll recall, I blogged about the resignation of the Ukrainian government after the Ukrainian Rada had refused to pass legislation required by the IMF to free a second level of funding to that beleaguered government, amid accusations from the Pentagon and State Department that the Russian government had sent into the eastern Ukraine's Donetsk region significant military forces. There was, of course, no proof of these allegations, and this raises the specter that we may be looking at that old Iraq-has-weapons-of-mass-destruction-we've-got-to-invade meme again.

You will also recall that I mentioned the article of Professor Michael Chossudovsky, in which he indicated that the leader of a group that he refers to as Neo-Nazis would be an influential power broker in forming a new Ukrainian government. And finally, you'll recall the Russia Today article citing General Martin Dempsey as saying the US was looking at old "contingency plans":

US pulling out its Cold War-era plans over Ukraine conflict, top commander admits

And of course, we see the old familiar pattern - one very familiar to those who lived through the whole Vietnam quagmire - of sending in US "advisors":

"Earlier this week, Army Col. Steve Warren, a spokesperson for the Pentagon, told reporters that the Defense Department was scheduled to send military advisers to Ukraine within weeks to 'shape and establish an enduring program for future US efforts to support the Ukrainian military through subject-matter expert teams and long-term advisers.'"

But let's look at what those "contingency plans" might be. In this context, let's recall the analysis I've been making concerning the downing of Malaysia Air Flight 17 in the Donetsk region. I've been arguing that, while this does appear to have all the red flag indicators of a deliberate action and even to a certain extent of a "false flag" operation, that none of the major players really has anything to gain by committing such an egregious act of mass murder, Russia certainly doesn't, in spite of the best efforts of the lamestream western media to fasten the blame on Mr. Putin. America's puppet government in Kiev certainly doesn't either; and frankly, in the final analysis, neither does Washington.

Which brings us back to those old Cold War "contingency plans". What could those be? Readers of my books know that the USA made a "dirty deal" with the Nazi military intelligence organization on the eastern front, a vast network of spies headed by then German general Reinhard Gehlen. This network was allowed to remain entirely intact after World War Two, with Gehlen still heading it, and became, in effect, the CIA's "boots on the ground" humint (human intelligence) source for Soviet activities and analysis. Part of Gehlen's organization included a network of "exilee" societies spread throughout eastern and western Europe and even on into the United States, networks of Byelorussian "nationalists", Ukrainian nationalists, Lthuanian, Lett, and Estonian nationalists, and so on. Indeed, as I suggested in my book LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy, this network most likely formed the human handlers for Lee Harvey Oswald when he was in the Soviet Union(in Minsk, capital of Byelorussia incidentially), and which, through George De Mohrenschildt, a German-Byelorussian from Moyzyr Byelorussia, continued to handle him in Dallas(and that means, for all you JFK researchers out there, that De Mohrenschild was not CIA, he was part of the Gehlenorg). And it was this old Nazi intelligence network, as the research of Professor Peter Dale Scott and others shows, which was the ultimate source behind the "private" intelligence networks of the Texas oilmen Hunt and Murchison.

Gehlen's organization formulated a strategy of using these "stay behind" networks of Byelorussians, Balts, and Ukrainians, to become the nucleus of a guerilla war-covert operations network to "roll back" Soviet Russia by paring away these Soviet "republics". This strategy was ultimately incorporated into the USA's long term strategy during the Cold War. (And in this context, let's recall - just for kicks - the German BND, successor organization to the Gehlenorg, recently caught a US spy in its ranks, and has expelled the US's German CIA station chief.)

Perhaps, then, we are looking at more ongoing legacy and "blowback" of that dirty deal with the (Nazi) devil. Would such an independent extraterritorial rogue entity wish to see an escalation of its two old wartime nemeses, the USA, and Russia? Well, if it remained committed to its twisted ideology, the answer is an obvious yes.

Perhaps, just perhaps, then, one of Mr. Putin's key advisors, Sergei Glazyev, may not be far off the mark when he made the following rather remarkable statement:

"It is obvious that the United States is fully controlling the Kiev Nazis, Poroshenko personally, and the government, and is pushing them to pursue this war against Donbass to the very end… THIS IS A WAR BY THE UNITED STATES AGAINST US… So we have to understand that the key to resolving the catastrophe of Ukraine is to be found in Washington. That’s where Nazism has to be defeated." (PUTIN’S ECONOMIC ADVISOR WARNS WW3 HAS BEGUN, STATES RUSSIA MUST DEFEAT US NAZISM TO SOLVE UKRANIAN CRISIS!)

Interesting, too, is the fact that as I write this, I am listening to tv for background noise... TNT is running the movie version of Tom Clancy's The Sum of All Fears,.. in which, you'll recall, European Neo-Nazis stage a nuclear terrorism event in the hopes of drawing Russia and the US into a nuclear war...

Sometimes, you just have to wonder.

See you on the flip side...