Russia's President Vladimir Putin has once again weighed in on the USA's unipolar "New World Order", continuing a trend of criticism of American foreign policy begun as early as 2008, where he addressed similar concerns to a meeting of NATO leaders. But this time, the Russian leader has pulled no punches at a meeting of the Valdai conference at the Russian Black Sea port of Sochi:

Global media control allows US to sell black for white’: Putin’s key Valdai quotes

What is interesting here is not so much the notching up of Mr. Putin's rhetoric, which, on balance, is nothing different from what he has been saying (and warning the West about) since he took office. What is interesting is not only RT's take on his remarks, but two remarks and comments contained in this article, hinting at new Russian geopolitical approaches, and hence suggesting my high octane speculation of the day. Consider this analysis and comment from RT:

"The Russian President laid the blame for the crisis in Ukraine firmly on the West for meddling in affairs, which did not concern them. He mentioned that Russia had tried to discuss the issue of Ukraine with the EU for a long time, but in no uncertain terms he was told it was none of Russia’s business."(Emphasis added).

It's difficult to imagine how anything happening in the Ukraine would not be within Russia's legitimate sphere of interest, for whether we like it or not, whether we have Ukrainian nationalist sympathies or not, the historical fact is that the Ukraine was a part of Russia for much of its modern history. Geopolitically, it is simply a form of irrationality to expect that Russia would not be concerned with what goes on there, especially when recent goings on bring back bitter memories of the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union, and the rivers of Russian blood that had to be spilled over the next four years to expel it. The Ukraine has its own legitimate historical fears, for much of the Bolshevik-induced famines of the 1920s and 1930s was engineered in that country. But neither Kiev, nor Berlin, nor Washington, can afford to forget Russia's legitimate concerns and interests, and it is this that Mr. Putin appears to be addressing.

In doing so, however, RT is suggesting something else, namely, that for Mr. Putin and his advisors, Europe is not really Europe, but merely "Amerika, 2.0", yet another vast satrapy in the American empire, with no real will of its own. This doesn't mean that Russia is ready or willing to abandon talks with Europe, but it may indicate a longer-term view is being taken in Moscow.

And there's a bit of a suggestion of this later in the article:

"Towards the end of his speech in Sochi, for the Valdai Club, which is an informal gathering for political scholars, the Russian President, alluded to fears that Russia was looking to expand its empire and that Moscow is looking to destabilize the world order. With relations between Russia and the West at a very low ebb, Putin also hinted Russia will look to develop allies further afield. He also used the notion of a bear defending its territory to have a swipe at the US for getting to close to Russia's borders." (Emphasis added)

While on one reading this may appear to be a kind of "line in the sand" - this far and no farther - and thus a clear and unequivocal warning to the West, I suspect it's really more directed at Europe than toward the US, for any further project and projection of American power in the region simply cannot happen without Europe. But it could also be a signal of more important geopolitical developments in store, for by developing "allies further afield," the gloves have come off, and I suspect that this "field" of "development" of "allies" will be targeted much more in America's back yard, like Argentina, for example. As America's unipolarism is increasingly, and justifiably, meeting growing opposition in South America, Russia could be ready to exploit that situation both financially and geopolitically.

But Mr. Putin knows the American "game" well, and alludes to it repeatedly in his speech: oppose the USA, and one gets Mr. Soros, NGOs,  "regime change" and a variety of covert ops all designed around the most extreme elements. Thus, in order to "develop allies further field," in order to forestall the usual murky tactics and covert ops from the USA, what Mr. Putin appears to be signalling, if one reads behind and between the lines a bit, is that Russia will step up its intelligence operations, and beef up its own counter-covert operations capability. After all, he comes from the intelligence apparatus himself.

In other words, in my high octane opinion of the day, is what he seems to have signaled is that Russia will secure allies,  but to secure those allies (and forestall an untimely banker-like fall of Ms. Fernandez de Kirchner or Ms. Rouseff from tall buildings in Buenos Aires or Brasilia, should they announce a deals with Russia to station Russian warships in Argentina or Brazil, or to hold joint Argentine-Russian-Brazilian naval exercises, or issue joint currency swaps and bond deals) , Mr. Putin will have to beef up Russia's own covert capabilities to counter the American covert operations game on the world stage. As I keep warning, covert operations are a game two people can play. This won't mean Russian use of American-style tactics, but rather, the reverse: quiet and covert exposure of American "operations" - and perhaps covert action against them and their operators - to other word leaders.

If this reading of Mr. Putin's remarks is in fact the case, then we are in for some interesting times. If true, then if you're a member of the Western elite (or at least, think yourself to be), then you might want to bring food tasters to your next Bilderberg-Bohemian Grove meeting. And repeat the following mantra as you fall asleep: Philby... Blunt....Philby... Blunt....

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. yankee phil on October 30, 2014 at 12:47 am

    Also,if Kennedy had teamed up with Russia on the appollo program,Von Braun could have been relegated to a lower position in the program,along with Debus and other security risks the Russians would have surely pointed out,perhaps Kennedy realised he actually needed Russia’s help to get rid of the nazi penetration of the american security system. My God how alone Kennedy must have felt in the whitehouse.

  2. yankee phil on October 30, 2014 at 12:36 am

    Seems that Putin,having been in the KGB,would be well aware of america’s internal treachery as Kruschev finally accepted an agreement with Kennedy to a joint space program of russia and america to send a man to the moon(ie:richard hoagland dark mission video) only days before kennedy’s assasination. I think no matter who is in office this makes it obvious someone else is in charge.The russians know this better than americans.

  3. zepher on October 29, 2014 at 5:13 pm

    Our two major political parties are corrupt People argue vehemently over the side they prefer which is exactly what the power structure would like-distraction. Good people want to see a solution and believe in good. That being said. I think that the same dichotomy is occurring when considering “the West” and “:Mr. Putin”. It seems that the human brain is hardwired in a dualistic manner. This post has nothing to do with defending the US power structure which I have grown to dislike to the extent I would like citizenship elsewhere. Where?

  4. MQ on October 29, 2014 at 9:22 am

    Speaking of blasting, how about this:

    Rocket with supplies for Intl space station blows up on liftoff. Sabotage? Messages? Maybe there was a snowplow on the launch pad…

  5. Ramura on October 29, 2014 at 2:17 am

    I, for one, would love to see an “intel dump.” One could say it is already happening with Snowden releases. And there Snowden is…safe in Russia.

    Irrefutable proof I would love to see:
    –the entire layout of who killed JFK
    –the entire layout of 9/11
    –the Bush/Clinton crimes exposed
    –the corruption in Congress, Senate and the judiciary (Supremes included)
    –OH! And expose the mainstream media for what it is so that people are forced to rethink EVERYTHING!
    –and let’s not forget the false financial system! Since everything pivots on that, ultimately, does it not? Raison d’etre, and all that.

    OMG! A grand awakening! It would be a revolution, for sure, but hopefully a revolution of ideas and knowledge. Yes, people will go into shock and denial and more arguing…but at least someone would have pointed out the elephant in the room in a way that no one can truly deny.

    Bring it on! Because I am convinced that it would take an intelligence dump of a major sort to shake the completely entwined criminal system that is firmly in place at present. Maybe THEN those White Hats in place in their own areas of expertise can (relatively) safely come forward to assist with the transition.

  6. TRM on October 28, 2014 at 3:20 pm

    You mentioned earlier about a canal going through Nicaragua that Russia would provide “security” for. Look for more of that plus look for the big worry (USA wise) of Mexico siding with Russia!

    It can’t be done in those terms as the USA would not tolerate that so Mexico will do things along with the non-russia contingent of BRICSA (BICSAM?). They won’t mention Russia but they will be “motivated” by Russian secret services to expand their anti-GMO efforts along with closer ties to China.

    Philby, Blunt, Burgess, Maclean, Rothschild

  7. DownunderET on October 28, 2014 at 12:45 pm

    Mr. Putin just served notice that Russia will not bend to western sanctions or anything else for that matter, in other words, watch “your” back Mr. Obozo. The good ol’ MSM is that willing accomplice of the White House but RT is a very good foil for Russia.
    So what’s next on the agenda, WAR, I don’t think so, there’s nothing in it for the bankers.
    There is not doubt that Mr. Putin has a few things up his sleeve, and if the US blinks, then RT will be there to “release” some dirty laundry on the western elites, bring it on !!!

  8. loisg on October 28, 2014 at 9:33 am

    Putin is already in America’s back yard in South America, which doesn’t ever seem to get mentioned in RT, I wonder why. They aren’t nearly as innocent as Russia likes to pretend. I’m not excusing the West’s actions here or their involvement in the Ukraine, but lets be honest here. Their oil companies are also operating in the Gulf of Mexico, why isn’t that ever mentioned either? And their presence in SA is not altogether altruistic, they are as devious in their actions as anyone else.
    One of these days they are going to attack one of America’s allies, and I’m not speaking of Europe. It will be interesting to see what people will be saying about that.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on October 28, 2014 at 2:54 pm

      As I recall, the last time RT mentioned South America and Russia’s dealings there, was when Mr. Putin sent Russian warships to show support for the late Venezuelan President President Hugo Chavez.

  9. marcos toledo on October 28, 2014 at 7:48 am

    It’s time to pay the piper. The garrison troops sent to the Americas, Australia were the not ready to run a empire trash so to speak. So they shouldn’t be shocked and surprised by the results. GIGO garbage in garbage out.

  10. yankee phil on October 28, 2014 at 5:56 am

    After the failure to bring down Syria in the Libyan model,the Iraq and afganistan tragedy’s , the NSA spying scandal,europeans began to question the wisdom of instant support for American adventurism. America needed to confront a perceived enemy that Europe would hesitate to confront on their own,thereby reinstating America as a now necessary evil they must endure and support, a reminder ,so to speak, of the “big dog” role America has historically played in Europe’s mainland conflicts. Rolled out in Yugoslavia style Gladio infiltration of Nato(gehlorg) trained mercinary professionals,Ukraine didn’t know what hit it. Without independant(of western elite media)news no one would have a clue as to what really took place at the protest rallies Gladio turned into riots ,gas bombs and sniper shootings not in the normal program.

  11. Aridzonan_13 on October 28, 2014 at 5:51 am

    For centuries, The Ruling Class (please see the Peter O’Toole movie for details), has always waged war with it’s minion classes. Where they were mostly untouched by the conflict. The nuclear age changed all that and a faux Cold War was put in place with conflicts in third world nations to make sure the global MIC could still make a killing (figuratively and literally). So, if there is a real conflagration, we’ll see if it’s for real or staged. Where the PTB on both sides stay in tact (staged event) or there is actual carnage at the top (real conflict). If there is actual real war, then I expect the BRIIICSA 105 nation alliance to suffer some serious aCTS of gOD.. Meteor strikes, earthquakes, tsunamis, etc. and the AngloSphere will miraculously be spared. You might throw in a side of space aliens coming to the AngloSphere’s aid to boot.

    • Ramura on October 29, 2014 at 2:03 am

      I suspect you are right. As Dr. Farrell has so often reminded us, “Two can play at that game.”

      Continental US doesn’t need much more in the way of extreme weather. It’s crazy enough as it is.

      I think we’ve been in a weather war, globally, for some time and as I watch the drought in California, for example, or the polar vortex over NY and DC, it occurs to me that this MIGHT not be “our” criminal cabal messing with its own minions, but rather someone else. It is so easy to assume it is the Rockefeller crowd, as they have no restraint when it comes to places like, say, Japan. Would they stop at US? And what is their endgame? Are they fowling their own nest? Or is this the work of their enemies and we are caught in the crossfire.

      Of course, there are always those OTHER someone else’s, embedded throughout South American for decades. Can they do this, too? Without detection? How does one track a HAARP event, anyway?

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