COMMENTARY: Russia Manifesto Outlining Plans Is Coming True

Anthony Sutton clearly documents the link between the Jewish International Bankers and the Bolshevik Revolutionaries in his book titled “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution” published in 1974. He also documents in his three-volume book titled: “Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, 1917 to 1930” how western capitalistic nations financed most of the economic growth of the Soviet Union. So this ‘western’ Communist infiltration should come as no surprise to us, instead, the level of ignorance that Americans have of their own history, as well as their passiveness towards these facts, is what is hard to believe.


“Russia manifesto outlining plans is coming true,” Source: news.com.au

EVER wondered what Vladimir Putin is up to infiltrating the US elections? Surprisingly, there is an answer to that.
In 1997, a Russian political scientist named Aleksandr Dugin and a serving Russian General named Nikolai Klokotov sat down and wrote a text that would become the foundation of Russian geopolitical strategy over the next 20 years. It was called “Foundations of Geopolitics” and it was all about how Russia could reassert itself in the world.
Chillingly, the book now reads like a to-do list for Putin’s behavior on the world stage.

Perhaps surprisingly, the document is not a secret. It has long been known to observers of Russian foreign policy and has served as a textbook among a generation of military strategists. But with the scandal over Russian influence in the US elections, growing by the day, it’s surprising how little coverage this important text has been given.

The book starts out by saying that the shrewd thing for Russia to do is to steer clear of direct military confrontation. Instead, the book counsels Russian leaders to favor political stealth. It emphasizes the need for the infiltration of Western institutions, and the use of soft power to shape the world in Russia’s favor. Sound familiar yet? We haven’t even got to the good stuff.

The text then goes into a very specific list of to-dos, about Russia’s posture towards almost every nation on earth.

Let’s start close to Russia. The book argues that Ukraine should – surprise, surprise – be annexed by Russia. “Ukraine as a state has no geopolitical meaning, no particular cultural import or universal significance, no geographic uniqueness, no ethnic exclusiveness, its certain territorial ambitions represents an enormous danger for all of Eurasia and, without resolving the Ukrainian problem, it is in general senseless to speak about continental politics.” It goes on to argue that the only use for an independent Ukraine would be to provide a barrier to Europe, but that it’s not necessary.

Next, it turns to Britain. The book’s authors say Russia should encourage Britain to leave the European Union, and thus weaken it. That’s right. Russian strategists were openly arguing in favor of Brexit in 1997 when it was still just a glimmer in Nigel Farage’s eyes.

Score so far, Putin: 2, Rest of World: 0.

How about the rest of the world? It identifies Iran as a key ally for Russia and recommends that Turkey should receive a series of “geopolitics shocks” using Kurds and Armenians to keep it off-balance. I’d give that Putin: 4, Rest of World: 0.

The document even mentions Australia, if only in its relation to China. It says that China should be encouraged to have its geopolitical posture aligned to its south – Indo-China (except Vietnam), the Philippines, Indonesia, Australia – so that Russia can remain predominant on the “Eurasian” mainland. It also talks about making Germany and France the predominant powers in the European Union, in order to unbalance that alliance, and encourage an anti-Atlantic sentiment on the continent. Score so far is Putin: 6, Rest of World: 0.

But perhaps most amazing part of the book is when it calls for Russia to “introduce geopolitical disorder into internal American activity, encouraging all kinds of separatism and ethnic, social and racial conflicts, actively supporting all dissident movements – extremist, racist, and sectarian groups, thus destabilising internal political processes in the U.S. It would also make sense simultaneously to support isolationist tendencies in American politics.” If that reads like an accurate description of Trump’s inner-circle, again remember that this text was written twenty years ago.

Like Putin, Dugin and Klokotov saw the collapse of the Soviet state as humiliating. They believed that the West had hacked infiltrated their institutions in the late-1980s, and weakened the Soviet state from within. They, therefore, sought revenge in kind – influencing the institutions of other countries, to return Russia to what they considered its rightful place as a superpower.

It’s now clear to everyone but Sean Spicer that Trump’s campaign was in communication with the Kremlin for a year leading up to his election victory. The revelation on Thursday about Jeff Sessions means that this is the story that will dominate Trump’s first term. Putin: 7, Rest of World: 0.

Of course, every nation has influential strategic thinkers who help leaders shape their thinking, but the Foundations of Geopolitics has had an outsized influence since it’s publication 20 years ago. By some accounts, the book has been used to teach a generation of military officers in Russia, while Dugin himself continues to be considered a member of Putin’s inner circle.

There are many factors that go into geopolitics — and it can be easy to overstate Putin’s influence on what are tendencies that may have arisen anyway. But reading through the document, it is hard to escape the conclusion that much of Russia’s foreign policy has been shaped by Dugin and Klokotov’s thinking – and that that is in turn, shaping the way the world is heading.

And that should be a concern to us all. Their thinking breaks with many of the central tenets that underpin our politics. It rejects democracy and places nationalism at the heart of how geopolitics should operate. It is essentially a wholesale rejection of the globalization that Western economies have engaged in during the past four decades.

The question for the US intelligence community, and the Congress leaders who are looking into Russian influence in the US election, now becomes, what will Putin do next? Was his mission in assisting Trump’s election simply to pay back the USA for the collapse of the Soviet Union? Or is it to simply weaken the US, so that his own Eurasian Union — a hierarchical, anti-democratic alliance of countries with Russia at its head — can become a superpower? Who knows, but in the same way that the USA felt they had a friend in the Kremlin when President Gorbachev was in power, Putin clearly has a friend in the White House. If I were Putin, I’d be playing that card for as long as it lasts.


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Brendon is one of the very few, if not the only one, who speaks out and knows exactly what is going on. It is very interesting to listen to his story. He was arrested for criticizing Israel! But he has what it takes, and decided to fight for the truth against the criminal tribe who controls it all. Money allows them to buy out the morally corrupt and threaten those in power. It takes a society of strong and determined real Patriots to bring this mafia down. 


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VIDEO: “Feminism Is Important To Me” – Australian School Boys

Cultural Marxism at work in Australia? These Australian schoolboys asked the women in their lives why feminism was important to them. These were the responses, released for International Women’s Day.

Feminism is a construct, created by Jews, to manipulate society and sow seeds of division. This subsequently makes society it weaker and thus easier to control.


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) poses for a photo with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull during the signing of agreements at the Commonwealth Parliament Offices in Sydney, Australia, on February 23, 2017.

Netanyahu – “Israel Won’t Return Golan Heights to Syria”

Netanyahu, during a meeting with his Australian counterpart, Malcolm Turnbull, in Sydney on Thursday:

I want all of you to come to Israel… I want you to walk the streets of the Old City in Jerusalem, hike in the Golan Heights. By the way, the Golan will never go back to Syria. It will always be a part of Israel.

Of course, the Golan Heights will never go back to Syria. The Greater Israel Project is in full-swing and Bibi has his eyes on Iran next. And, make no mistake about it, the Australians will help in that upcoming war.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) poses for a photo with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull during the signing of agreements at the Commonwealth Parliament Offices in Sydney, Australia, on February 23, 2017.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) poses for a photo with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull during the signing of agreements at the Commonwealth Parliament Offices in Sydney, Australia, on February 23, 2017.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the Tel Aviv regime will never end its decades-long occupation of Syria’s Golan Heights.

“I want all of you to come to Israel…. I want you to walk the streets of the Old City in Jerusalem, hike in the Golan Heights. By the way, the Golan will never go back to Syria. It will always be a part of Israel,” Netanyahu said during a meeting with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney on Thursday.

The remarks came on the same day that about 1,000 protesters gathered at Sydney’s Town Hall, to express their outrage at the Australian government’s warm reception of the Israeli prime minister.

“He’s responsible for settlement expansion which is illegal under international law, he’s responsible for a lot of the wars that have been committed against the Palestinians in Gaza, and really this man should be tried in the ICC (International Criminal Court), not welcomed down in Sydney,” protester Mona Abuzalaf said.

Pro-Palestinian protesters demonstrate against the visit to Australia by Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in Sydney on February 23, 2017.


Another protester, Randa Abdel-Fattah, wanted to remind Netanyahu that Palestinians had supporters.

“We will not give up. We are a resilient people and our resistance will continue until we are given restitution and our human rights,” she said.

Last November, the United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution calling on Israel to withdraw from the Golan Heights, which it has occupied since 1967.

The resolution also condemned Israel’s non-compliance with Security Council Resolution 497 since 1981, describing as null and void Tel Aviv’s decision issued on December 14, 1981 to impose its control over the occupied Golan Heights.

Israel seized the Golan Heights from Syria after the 1967 Six-Day War and later occupied it in a move that has never been recognized by the international community. The regime has built tens of illegal settlements in the area ever since and has used the region to carry out a number of military operations against the Syrian government.

This file picture shows an Israeli Merkava main battle tank (front) in the occupied Golan Heights.


Syria says Israel and its Western and regional allies are aiding Takfiri militant groups operating inside the Arab country since 2011. The Israeli regime has even set up field hospitals there to treat wounded Syrian militants.

The Syrian army has repeatedly seized huge quantities of Israeli-made weapons and advanced military equipment from the foreign-backed militants inside Syria.


Australia – Cut Aid to Palestine & Move Embassy to Jerusalem

We reported, in January of last year, that the Zionist Lobby was setting up a new office in the Australian capital. It seems their efforts are starting to bear fruit as the Zionist voices in Australia, and across the world, grow increasingly louder.

The Zionist Lobby in Australia is Growing Stronger

“Cut aid to Palestine and move embassy to Jerusalem, Tony Abbott suggests,” Source: thenewdaily.com.au

Tony Abbott meeting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the World Economic Forum in 2014
Tony Abbott meeting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the World Economic Forum in 2014

Former prime minister Tony Abbott says the Federal Government should consider cutting foreign aid to the Palestinian Authority, as well as relocating Australia’s embassy in Israel if the United States does the same.

He made the remarks following his return from a recent trip to the Middle East as part of the Australia-Israel-UK Leadership Dialogue.

Mr Abbott criticised the Palestinian Authority, telling the Spectator magazine it kept paying pensions “to terrorists and their families”.

He said Australia should reconsider the $40 million in aid it provided unless the Palestinian Authority stopped the payments, following an investigation into claims funding had been diverted to the hard-line Islamist group, Hamas.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) will spend $43.6 million in foreign aid to the Palestinian Territories in 2016/17, which is distributed via a number of non-government organisations and the United Nations.

It suspended funding to World Vision in August after one of its employees in the Gaza Strip was arrested by the Israeli Government.

Mr Abbott also suggested moving Australia’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem if the US followed suit.

“Another way for Australia to demonstrate its unswerving support for Israel, as the Middle East’s only liberal, pluralist democracy, might be to join any move by the Trump administration to move its embassy to Jerusalem.”

It followed a pledge made by US President-elect Donald Trump during the 2016 campaign.

The governance of Jerusalem is at the core of the decades-long international dispute, with almost all nations with diplomatic ties to Israel establishing their embassies in Tel Aviv, 70km away.

Previous bids by the US to move the country’s embassy to Jerusalem have failed due to concerns about the diplomatic ramifications with other Middle Eastern nations.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop in December distanced Australia from a UN resolution condemning settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, but said the federal government remained “firmly committed” to a two-state solution.

Mr Abbott, who formed part of a parliamentary delegation to the Middle East, said it should also be easier for people and goods to move from the Palestinian Territories into Israel and Jordan.

The delegation met with Israeli and Palestinian officials prior to Christmas.

DFAT said the Palestinian Territories was one of the poorest regions in the Middle East.