European nations and the US are on edge as Russian President for Life Vladimir Putin appears posed to invade Ukraine, yet again. Putin, a throwback Soviet KGB officer, is still a loyal Marxist who nationalized the Russian oil and diamond industries. He’s been taking center stage of late. Is Marx still trying to start WWIII?
The US has put 8,500 troops on alert. NATO nations have been sending the Ukraine and other former Eastern Bloc nations ammunition and weapons. Putin decries what he calls NATO expansionism in a typical tyrant bs turnaround. The only expansionism occurring are his incursions into Baltic States, including Georgia and the Ukraine.
Why is President for Life Vladimir Putin <<< obsessed with the Ukraine? Maybe he just likes the place. They don’t seem to like him. The exception being some ethnic Russian separatists that have loyalty or fealty to the Kremlin. Remember when a Putin backed motorcycle gang called the Night Wolves went around intimidating Ukrainians? (Rolling Stone)
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated UK intelligence is warning of a Russian plan to invade Kiev. Recently he reported on a plot to use agents de provocateurs that, while posing as Ukrainians, would bomb Russian interests or military targets. This was to provide an excuse for a Russian military invasion. A Nero-esque plot for modern times.
Putin as a young KGB agent was stationed in Dresden, then in East Germany. From there it is alleged he oversaw Stasi support of anti Western terrorists (Politico). Red Army Faction members including Ulrike Meinhof who robbed banks and bombed US military targets in West Germany were financed, trained and provided weapons near Dresden.
It is alleged that under Putin’s supervision the Dresden Stasi helped Carlos the Jackal and Black September (founded by our buddy Ali-Hassan Salameh) the group behind the Munich Massacre of Israeli athletes. They also allegedly provided help to the fascist Ranier Sonntag and psychopath Idi Amin.
Putin has been “appeased” in his expansionist adventurism in the past. The annexation of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in 2008 during the Russo-Georgian War was denounced by the West but no major penalties or diplomatic efforts were launched in the aftermath. It is true the Afghan and Iraq conflicts were dominating the news.
In 2014 in the city of Odessa, Ukraine, 46 people were killed when pro and anti Russian activists clashed. The pro Russian activists may have been trying to get Putin to intervene (or being paid to give the excuse) as he had in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Polls after showed virtually no support for Russian intervention.
In March 2014, prior to the unrest in Odessa, the Russian Federation annexed the Crimea. The excuse for the invasion was to “protect Russians living in the region.” There is a Russian Federation naval base in the region the Ukrainian government allowed the Russians to keep. They had no intentions of confiscating the base and evicting the Russian troops and sailors. The move is part of the Russo-Ukrainian War that started in 2014 and has resulted in approximately 13,000 deaths.
- Rainer Sonntag
- Ali Hassan Salameh
- Black September Munich Massacre
- Munich Massacre
- Ulrike Meinhoff
- Sabena Flight 571
- Force 17
- Mercenaries in Mali
- “Is Ukraine Ready for the Next Russian Invasion?” National Interest
- “Blinken Warns Putin not to Attack Ukraine…” Washington Examiner
- Mass Shooting in Russia and Allah Blog
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