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Monday, May 9, 2016

Fatima Watch: Russia Rises—New World Order and Satanists Fall

Fatima Watch: Russia Rises—New World Order and Satanists Fall
 Great News. There is a spirit of discontent in Europe: “tens of thousands” of people in Italy refuse to prostrate before the New World Order. 

Vladimir Putin continues to change the political climate in Russia. If we ought to judge a tree by its fruit, then we can say that Putin has raised the consciousness of Russians for good. Listen to this:
“According to the latest research conducted by the Public Opinion Foundation (FOM), 48 percent of Russians say they are interested in politics, which is the highest figure since 2001. Forty-nine percent of responders said that politics was not at the top of their interests’ list, and 3 percent said it was difficult to give a direct and simple answer to this question.
“For comparison, in 2010 the share of Russians who said that they considered politics to be an important subject was 30 percent and 64 percent said that they had no interest in politics whatsoever.
“The 2016 research also shows that the current events in Syria and Russia’s counter-terrorist operation in this country were the most popular discussion topics among Russians. The situation in Ukraine ranked second, the ongoing price hikes in Russia were in third place and the last Q&A session with President Vladimir Putin was in fourth place.”[1]
This is indeed good news. And similar things are happening all across Europe. “Tens of thousands came out in the capital of Italy to decry the secretive Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal between the EU and the United States, which protesters believe would push Europe into corporate slavery.”[2]
Paul Craig Roberts has recently declared:
“Russia is a threat, because Russia demonstrated the capability of blocking Washington’s intended invasion of Syria and bombing of Iran. Russia blunted one purpose of Washington’s coup in the Ukraine by peacefully and democratically reuniting with Crimera, the site of Russia’s Black Sea naval base and a Russian province for several centuries.”
What we are seeing again and again is Hegel’s “cunning of reason” on the political scene. New World Order agents and Satanists thought that they could manipulate everyone and turn them into puppets and zombies.
But Russia is still not for sale. And there is a spirit of discontent in Europe:[3] “tens of thousands” of people in Italy refuse to prostrate before the New World Order.
This indeed is a great number, and one can predict that it will continue to grow as the year progresses. In fact, Japan has already wounded agents of the New World Order by having a frank and face-to-face dialogue with Vladimir Putin. Obama did ask Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe not to talk to Putin, but Abe just broke that New World Order contract.[4]
So, people are basically tired of what Robert W. Merry has recently called “the dying dream of globalism.”[5] Pepe Escobar has recently said that “NATO on trade, in Europe and Asia, is doomed.”
Even Trevor Timm of the Guardian is now saying that “Obama’s troop increase in Syria is part of a troubling trend.”[6]
Welcome to VT, Mr. Timm. We have been saying almost the same thing for years.

[1] “Successful Syria operation boosts Russians’ interest in politics, researchers claim,” Russia Today, May 6, 2016.
[2] ‘People before profits!’ Thousands rally against TTIP, US corporate rule, GMO & wars in Rome,” Russia Today, May 8, 2016.
[3] “Is Your Project to Unify Europe Falling Apart? Blame Russia,” Sputnik News, May 8, 2016.
[4] Danielle Ryan, “Japan willing to risk US ire over improving Russia ties? Looks like it,” Russia Today, May 8, 2016.
[5]  Robert W. Merry, “The dying dream of globalization,” Washington Time, April 25, 2016.
[6] Trevor Timm, “Obama’s troop increase in Syria is part of a troubling trend,” Guardian, April 25, 2016.

War Drums...

US Ready To ‘Defend Allies’ After Russian Taunts

Defense Secretary Ash Carter, in Germany to usher in a new U.S. military commander for Europe, used the opportunity Tuesday to send a blunt warning to Moscow not to provoke the NATO alliance – after recent encounters in the air and on the high seas.
“We do not seek to make Russia an enemy. But make no mistake – we will defend our allies, the rules-based international order, and the positive future it affords us,” Carter said at the U.S. military’s European Command in Stuttgart, Germany. Carter expressed a desire not to start a new Cold War with Russia – or a “hot” one.
But he said Russia seeks to “erode” the peaceful order Europe and the rest of the West have enjoyed since the end of the Cold War. Carter, in vowing the U.S. would defend its allies, warned Russia is increasing its submarine patrols to the North Atlantic. READ MORE

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Putinophobia: Vladimir Putin, West's bogeyman extraordinaire, sells just about anything

 In a fear and smear campaign being waged across NATO-dominated real estate, the Russian president is being portrayed as the personification of evil in an effort to hawk everything from military expansion to music videos.

George Orwell, in his timeless novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, demonstrated that the most effective method for keeping people under the jackboot of bureaucratic control is to foist upon them an enemy - even an imaginary one - that requires the 'benevolent' intervention of liberty-crushing government agencies and legislation.

Human nature being what it is, however, some less ethical readers interpreted Orwell's message more as an instruction manual than the warning it was meant to be.

Today, consumers across the Western hemisphere are daily subjected to an Orwellian 'Two Minute Hate', where Vladimir Putin - substituting for Oceania's much-reviled Emmanuel Goldstein - is portrayed as a brutal dictator hell-bent on restoring Russia's lost empire. The drugged-up and dumbed-down audience swallows the propagandist's Happy Meal and then asks for seconds. 

  Exhibit One: In early April, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, addressing a conference in Washington, laid out the top-five strategic challenges facing the Empire in this exact order: "Russia, China, North Korea, Iran and terrorism."

Yes, you read that right. According to the highest ranking US military official, Russia is considered more of a threat to the United States than Islamic State, the terrorist group that beheads journalists, kills babies, destroys ancient architecture and drowns prisoners. The very same goon squad that Putin - with a formal invitation in hand from the Syrian government - obliterated in Syria.

Propaganda is to a democracy what the bludgeon is to a totalitarian state. ― Noam Chomsky Now, what are the chances that at least one NATO member would stand up and tell the emperor that Vladimir Putin deserves some credit for his courageous actions? Free ice cream in Hades at high noon seems a higher likelihood. That much was affirmed by none other than NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, addressing a security conference last week, remarked"there will be no return to business as usual until Russia again respects international law."

Considering the chaos the West has been sowing around the world of late, listening to NATO give a lecture on international law is a bit like Jack Daniels endorsing an Alcoholics Anonymous conference. But don't expect too many Western officials to catch the irony; greed has a wonderful way of obfuscating reality.

Exhibit Two: The Fear & Smear roadshow targeting Russia in general and Putin in particular has forced military spending up 13 percent in Central and Eastern European countries, including Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia.

These NATO fiefdoms are cracking open their tattered purses to buy more military equipment, while participating in massive military games around the Baltic Sea that will only force Russia to respond in kind.

Russia's envoy to NATO, Aleksandr Grushko, promised a "totally asymmetrical" response if the Western alliance moves ahead with plans to deploy new armored units to Eastern Europe, he said in an interview with TV channel Russia-24.

Fear Sells

Due to the advantage (or disadvantage, as the case may be) of vast geographical distance, most Westerners will only ever know Putin's Russia and Russia's Putin vicariously through mainstream media, think-tanks and book publishers; a massive cottage industry that feeds itself on the fantasy that Vladimir Putin - who has never initiated an attack on a sovereign state during his entire term in office - is somehow the ultimate threat to world peace.

Instead of providing gratuitous publicity to any single anti-Russia hack, let's consider what happens to an independent-minded Western thinker who happens to escape the clutches of the Thought Police.

Exhibit Three: Stephen Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at New York University and Princeton, who was practically tarred and feathered for having the audacity to call a spade a spade when it came to US reporting on Putin.

Writing in The Nation, Cohen ventured off the anti-Russia reservation when he observed that "wanton Putin-bashing is... the dominant narrative in centrist, liberal and progressive media, from the Post, Times and The New Republic to CNN, MSNBC and HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher..."

Cohen then leveled direct criticism against The New Republic's lead writer on Russia, Julia Ioffe, and her 10,000-word"Putin-phobic" treatise, breathlessly entitled: 'He Crushed His Opposition and Has Nothing to Show for It But a Country That Is Falling Apart.'

Cohen was having none of it. "Neither sweeping assertion is spelled out or documented," the professor observed, as he went on to demolish this "compilation of chats" and "titillating personal gossip," which sufficiently demonstrates "Ioffe's disdain for objectivity."

Cohen's critique of Ioffe's selfie-style of journalism could serve as a ready-made template for any number of other Putin-phobic profiteers - the Gessens, Applebaums and Dawishas - now peddling their damaged goods to an unsuspecting crowd who thinks they are getting the 'inside story' on Putin. Little do they realize these cynical, subjective writers have a malicious agenda to hawk and a half-baked product to sell; truth is the very last thing on their minds when deliberating upon Russia and Putin.
Propaganda is as powerful as heroin; it surreptitiously dissolves all capacity to think. ― Gil Courtemanche
But it was this particularly loaded passage in Cohen's piece, which called out the US media's Russia coverage that really got the dogs barking: Assessing US news coverage of the Ukraine crisis, Cohen concluded that, "American media on Russia today are less objective, less balanced, more conformist and scarcely less ideological than when they covered Soviet Russia during the Cold War."

The subsequent attacks against Cohen for courageously speaking his mind - not to mention the painful truth - were hardly conducive to a healthy, vibrant democracy.

By following such a conformist, herd mentality towards any person who dares contradict the Western narrative on Russia's Putin (and indeed, any other number of sacred dogmas) supports Cohen's argument that the United States today has far more in common with the repressive conditions of the vanquished Soviet Union than does Russia.

This repressive mindset forces the West to support the lowest common denominator, to the point where perverted, anti-Putin groups, like the 'feminist art collective' Pussy Riot is considered somehow worthy of commentary, not least of all by Madonna.

This obscene group, which would have remained safely in the shadows of obscurity if not for their penchant for scandalous behavior (Google 'Pussy Riot + sex + chicken parts'), jumped on the West's overloaded anti-Putin bandwagon - together with NATO, the military industrial complex, media and other acts - to lift basement careers.

Overall, watching individuals and groups profit on the imaginary enemy the West has made out of Vladimir Putin is a painful spectacle to watch. It exposes how low people will stoop - even at the expense of making the world a far more dangerous place - to make a buck on cheap, fear-mongering techniques.

The West is suffering from a clear case of Orwellian doublethink, which, as explained by Erich Fromm in the Afterword of1984, is the act of "holding two contradictory beliefs in one's mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them."

On the one hand, Western audiences desperately cling to the idea that their government leaders are working benevolently on behalf of democratic principles, while at the same time those leaders bomb successful sovereign states into failed states.

In the United States, this dangerous ideological phenomenon goes by the name of "exceptionalism."

They also cling to the belief that Vladimir Putin - who has never attacked a single sovereign state during his entire term in office - is the root of all evil in the world, and despite the fact that he just routed Islamic State in Syria after NATO balked on the task.

The only question that remains is how long the West will be able to continue profiting from such a fantastic Orwellian untruth.

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Moscow & Delhi to hold 3 major war games

Russia and India have agreed to hold joint war games involving all military branches this year. The agreement was signed in Vladivostok, with further details scheduled to be discussed next month. Consultations on the biggest of the three drills, Indra-2016, will be held in May, the head of the Russian Defense Ministry’s Eastern Military District’s press service said on Thursday.
“A joint protocol was signed in Vladivostok to hold the first planning conference for the Indra-2016 joint exercises,” Captain Roman Martov said, as cited by RIA Novosti. The two sides will set the exact dates and organizational details of the training. The three major military drills the Eastern Military District will take part in this year are the Indra-Neva-2016 naval training of the Indian Navy with the Russian Pacific Fleet, the AviaIndra-2016 training of air force and air defense systems, and the major Indra-2016 combined arms training, Martov said. FULL REPORT