Category Archives: Russia

Russian Video Depicts Obama as Devil

The Washington Times (“Obama depicted as murderous devil in downtown Moscow“):


“A video depicting President Obama feasting on the souls of a half-million people was reportedly projected onto buildings in downtown Moscow early Friday along with a message calling for him to be tried in international court.

“Video footage uploaded to YouTube shows a computer-generated version of Mr. Obama picking up little spheres colored in the national flags of several countries and placing them in his mouth.

“The president’s face gradually turns red and horns sprout from his head as he begins to chew and symbolically destroys the populations of Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Ukraine and Libya.”
Obama is not only despised by many Americans–he’s also managed to antagonize, alienate  and even terrify some people around the world.

The significance of this story is not that some private Russians pulled a “prank” by projecting an animated video of Obama on some building’s walls.  The significance is that The Washington Times chose to report on that “prank” and thereby gave it both exposure and credence.  I’d bet that Obama is highly incensed by the  Times’ choice.

A lot of Americans will see that video and nod in agreement.

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Posted by on February 6, 2016 in End Times, Obama, Russia, Spiritual War, Video


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The First Casualty

It’s commonly observed that “The first casualty of war is truth.”   That’s not news.  The fundamental insight was first observed back about 500 BC, when the Greek dramatist Aeschylus observed that “In war, truth is the first casualty.”

In other words, war does not begin with the first shot, but with the first lie.

Once the war begins, the opposing lies are fired on “full auto”.

So, here’s a video describing the recent Turkish shoot-down of a Russian fighter jet that allegedly strayed into Turkish territory.  Maybe the video is telling the truth, maybe not.

Clearly, somebody’s lying.  Either the Turks are lying about the Russian jet crossing into Turkish airspace, or the Russians are lying about not crossing into Turkish airspace.  I assume that radar or satellite evidence will be produced soon enough to support one side’s claims and refute the other’s.

But, you have to ask yourself, why did the Turks dare to shoot down a Russian fighter that (so far as I know) intruded only barely and briefly into Turkish airspace?  Did the Turks believe that the Russian fighter was going to bomb Ankara (the Turkish capitol)?  Pending further evidence, I have to assume that a Russian jet in Turkish airspace may be an annoyance or even diplomatic offense, but is that intrusion sufficient reason to shoot down a Russian fighter and provoke a serious international incident–complete with at least one dead Russian pilot?

The following video offers a plausible explanation for why the Turks “really” shot down the Russian jet.  Take it all with salt.  This explanation may simply be another illustration of the “First Casualty” principle.

However, if the video’s explanation turns out to be basically true, Soviet President Putin is now in a dangerous predicament.  He must either accept the loss of his fighter jet as some sort of unfortunate “accident” or he must retaliate against the Turks.  If he retaliates against the Turks, the Turks will probably retaliate further against Russia.   I have the distinct impression that, despite all of the success Russia has enjoyed in its first attacks against ISIS, Putin may be finding himself in unexpectedly deeper waters and may be wondering if he’s gone (or is about to go) “too far”.

We shall see.

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Posted by on November 24, 2015 in Geo-Politics, Middle East, Russia, Video, War


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Baiting the Bear

[courtesy Google Images]

[courtesy Google Images]

The Wall Street Journal (“Saudi Arabia Cuts Oil Prices Amid OPEC Price War”):


“On Sunday [October 4, A.D. 2015], Saudi Arabia made deep reductions to the prices it charges for its oil, hard on the heels of cuts last month by rival producers in the Gulf.

“With U.S. production still increasing despite lower oil prices, members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries are battling to keep their share of the last growing markets in Asia.

“The move comes as Iran, Iraq and other countries in the Middle East made deeper cuts in their official prices than Saudi Arabia last month.

“Saudi Arabia has vowed to keep pumping at high levels as it hopes lower oil prices will stimulate Asian demand and hit rival production in the U.S. that is expensive to produce.”

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Posted by on October 6, 2015 in Middle East, Oil, Russia


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False Flag on Russia?

About an hour after I wrote the previous (Survey Sez!  “Putiin’s the World’s Foremost Villain!”), I caught wind of the following video that alleges that Ukraine government (probably in complicity with the United States) is trying to frame Russia for Flight MH 17 in a false flag operation.

I don’t know who produced this video.  I can’t testify to the validity of the evidence that’s presented.  We’ll see a lot of conflicting videos before Flight MH 17 is laid to rest.  Some of those videos will be true, some will be mistaken, and some will present outright lies.  This video proves nothing, but it sounds plausible and it’s short.

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•  The evidence in this video reminds me of the A.D. 1995 bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City.  I believe that McVeigh (or someone) drove a truck loaded with a fertilizer bomb up to the building, but someone else wired the building’s internal structure with additional bombs.  The truck bomb out front was for show.  The internal bombs were supposed to collapse the structure.  We know that at least two bombs exploded because a number of seismographs reported two separate shock waves about 8 seconds apart.

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Survey Sez! “Putin’s the World’s Foremost Villain!”

[courtesy Google Images]

[courtesy Google Images]

It appears that Vladimir Putin may soon be blamed for all things bad–including the loss of President Obama’s real birth certificate.  Based on the events surrounding the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 17, Putin may be about to become the world’s foremost villain–a distinction previously held by Saddam Hussein (who died an early and violent death) and Muammar Gaddafi (who also died an early and violent death).

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Posted by on July 20, 2014 in False Flag, Flight MH 17, Propaganda, Russia, Ukraine, War


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Who Destroyed Malaysia Flight 17?

4 Buk missiles on mobile launcher.  Does this look like something a group of "rebels" could acquire, hide and successfully operate? [courtesy Google Images]

4 Buk missiles on mobile launcher. Does this look like a “weapons system” that a group of “rebels” could acquire, hide and successfully operate?
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The Washington Times reported in “Shot out of the sky: Jet Downing stokes tensions between Ukraine, Russia” that on Thursday:


“The Boeing 777 en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was flying at an altitude of 33,000 feet, near airspace deemed dangerous, when . . . a surface-to-air missile blew the Malaysian jetliner out of the sky over war-torn southeastern Ukraine on Thursday . . . The plane reportedly was off course because of weather.

“Kiev and Moscow blamed each other for the deaths of the 298 passengers and crew.”

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Posted by on July 18, 2014 in False Flag, Flight MH 17, Russia, Ukraine, War


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US imposes unilateral sanctions on Russia?

[courtesy Google Images]

[courtesy Google Images]

Earlier this week, the Associated Press reported in “U.S. preparing unilateral sanctions on Russia” that,


“The United States is considering imposing unilateral sanctions on Russia over its threatening moves in Ukraine, a shift in strategy that reflects the Obama administration’s frustration with Europe’s reluctance to take tougher action against Moscow, according to U.S. and European officials.

“Until now, the U.S. has insisted on hitting Russia with penalties in concert with Europe in order to maximize the impact and present a united Western front. [However,]The European Union has a far stronger economic relationship with Russia, making the 28-nation bloc’s participation key to ensuring sanctions packages have enough teeth to deter Russia.

“But those same economic ties have made Europe fearful that tougher penalties against Russia could boomerang and hurt their own economies. After weeks of inaction, the officials say the U.S. is now prepared to move forward alone if EU officials fail to enact strong sanctions during a meeting Wednesday in Brussels.”

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Posted by on July 18, 2014 in European Union, Geo-Politics, Russia, Ukraine


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