Putin’s Russia Invasion of the Ukraine by Miguel A. Faria, MD

Many of my conservative, good friends are defending Putin’s aggression against the Ukraine. I too used to admire Putin’s nationalism, traditional values, and independence from the New World Order (NWO) and the internationalist and socialistic agenda that the European Union (EU) wants to impose on the rest of the people of the world, including the US via the political correctness indoctrination of the globalist media.

It is claimed that Vladimir Putin’s invasion of the Ukraine was due to: (1) Fear of NATO encirclement and aggression; and (2) He wanted to ‘de-Nazify’ Ukraine.

That Putin expected an aggression from the pusillanimous EU or NATO is pure nonsense. During the cold war, if it had not been for the US, Russian tanks would have rolled all over Central and Eastern Europe. If NATO did not exist now with the US behind it, again, Putin’s Russia would not only have invaded Georgia (Ossetia), Eastern Ukraine, Crimea and now the rest of Ukraine, but also Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, etc., to reconstitute Russia and its satellites as it was during the USSR (communism or not).

Russian state media and communist Chinese media have promulgated the Russian state-sponsored, disinformation campaign that falsely claims Ukraine had been sheltering “16 US biological (biowarfare) labs.” Naive readership on social media not only fell for this fictitious assertion and item of state propaganda but also picked it up and ran with it, more recently transmogrifying it into “drugs were being sent to Russia and that was a reason for invasion.” If that were the case, would the US invade Colombia and Mexico because they have cartels carrying drugs on a massive scale to the US? Of course not!

Yes, I formerly admired Putin for his nationalism and independence from the EU, and yes Putin was a champion against the NWO, but with this invasion and the threat of nuclear war, as the Cuban proverb says, “he has undone with his feet what he had done with his hands,” regarding liberty and independence from the NWO! He has become a despot, a brutal dictator.

As for de-Nazification of the Ukraine, it is pure nonsense and only a pretext and propaganda ploy to justify his aggression. He has gone back to his KGB days and is using Lenin’s communist dictum:

“We can and must write in language which sows among the masses hate, revulsion, and scorn toward those who disagree with us and when certain obstructionists become too irritating, label them, after suitable build ups, as Fascist or Nazi or anti-Semitic…. In the public mind constantly associate those who oppose us with those whose name already have a bad smell. The association will, after enough repetition, become ‘fact’ in the public mind.” (The People’s Daily World, official newspaper of the Communist Party USA, February 25, 1961)

After all, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy is Jewish. And if many Ukrainians collaborated with the Nazis during World War II, then why did they do this? Because Stalin, through his dekulakization and collectivist policies, killed them by the millions, starved them to death, and forced some Ukrainians to resort to cannibalism to prevent total starvation and their own genocide. As to corruption in Ukraine today, we know the Bidens hoodwinked them into it. The Ukrainians are now actively exposing the corruption of the Bidens and the Democrats and documenting how allegedly they stole billions from the Ukrainian people. The Ukrainians are doing this courageously in this hour of peril as they face a barbaric invasion.

Putin had other non-violent options because the scenario of NATO attacking Russia is pure nonsense. And as much as I hate to admit it, Putin has regrettably made an alliance with communist China against the West and the US, and China is definitely our enemy! Even Turkey recognizes the aggressive posture of Putin and is pulling away from imperialist Russia and coming back to the arms of NATO!

Trump has stated at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) that Putin has done wrong with the invasion. And if Biden had not stolen the election, Trump would be president and the invasion would not have happened. I agree.

Finally, if Putin and Russia are pacifists and pose no threat to their neighbors, except providing for Russia’s own defense and national security, then why are Ukraine, Georgia, Moldavia, and most of their neighbors, wanting to join NATO? Why did Poland, Romania, and the Czech Republic join NATO? And why are traditionally neutral nations like Finland and Sweden considering joining NATO for the first time?

No, my friends, I can no longer support Putin. We will have to find our own American champion to oppose the socialism and globalism of the NWO.

Written by Dr. Miguel Faria

Miguel A. Faria, M.D. is Associate Editor in Chief in neuropsychiatry; socioeconomics, politics, medicine, and world affairs of Surgical Neurology International (SNI). Author of Cuba in Revolution: Escape From a Lost Paradise (2002). His latest book is America, Guns, and Freedom: A Journey Into Politics and the Public Health & Gun Control Movements (2019).

This article may be cited as: Faria MA. Putin’s Russia invasion of the Ukraine. HaciendaPublishing.com, March 9, 2022. Available from: https://haciendapublishing.com/putins-russia-invasion-of-the-ukraine-by-miguel-a-faria-md/

This article was also published on GOPUSA.com on March 9, 2022.

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2 thoughts on “Putin’s Russia Invasion of the Ukraine by Miguel A. Faria, MD”

  1. Dr. Miguel A. Faria

    Putin’s fears of NATO or alleged Neo-Nazis in Ukraine (led by a Jewish President to boot) does not justify an invasion of a sovereign nation because of remote security concerns as I have stated in the article. We did not invade Cuba in 1962 during the Missile Crisis and the Bay of Pigs was a farce, a betrayal of Cuban- Americans in 1961. And to settle the October Crisis JFK promised that the US would not invade Cuba and we also removed the already installed Jupiter rockets from Turkey! JFK won a massive public relations campaign, not a true victory over the Soviets during that crisis. We put up with Cuba as a Soviet base from 1961-1991 and we are still putting up with communist Cuba! Cuba had not only a nuclear submarine base at Cienfuegos, but also had the Lourdes SIGINT (Signals Intelligence) facility, located near Havana, the largest and most modernized facility of its kind operated by the Russian foreign intelligence branch of the KGB directed against the US. Both facilities closed only in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Cuba is still implicated in radio wave attacks against Western embassies and American consulates in Cuba. Finally as Americans, we should be concerned with our own security, not Russia. Putin is more than concerned with Russia’s security. He has imperial dreams. He wants to reconstruct the old Soviet Union or the Russia of the Tsars. In fact he has stated that the greatest calamity to afflict Russia was the disintegration of the Soviet Union! 😎

  2. Dr. Miguel A. Faria

    Defending Putin & the Invasion of the Ukraine and its rebuttal —
    I can’t believe how Ukraine went from most corrupt to angel.. .how fast we forget about hunter & his involvement.. and our own government.. and I’m not blaming Ukraine citizens.. they definitely should be fighting. [And that is] more too it.. bio labs & it gets deeper.. and citizens on both sides are the ones who end up paying for it . Not the elites— A G

    AG, the corruption started here with the Democrat Party and its tentacles extending everywhere! Corruption perhaps but they were invaded by a powerful neighbor! Angels or not, I hope they learned several lessons from this pandemonium cause by devilish Russia, coveting and in seizing its territories by force! 😎— MAF

    I love how people say devilish Russia…. like all Russians are evil we don’t blame all of you for your corrupted government 🙄 Americans have a long history of taking advantage of the weak. Dr. Faria how else does one seize territory with love an gifts… acting like taking something by force is so horrible when that is how America came to be… the land cries out with the blood of the natives. but I guess Americans did that peacefully well at least you get betrayed and slaughtered with kindness.— L.M.P.

    Laylena & Alayne what was done wrong in the past by any nation was wrong, but in many cases it was done according to the standards of the time. One must judge, or at least consider behavior, by the standards of its own time. America has done some bad thing as has Great Britain and every other civilized country in the world, but both of these powers have done also a lot of good! America rebuilt Europe after WWII and protected the pusillanimous Europeans from the Totalitarian Soviets. Great Britain exploited commerce & natives, but it also civilized half the world! Both of these nations have done more good than any other country by any standards. According to Solzhenitsyn himself Russia has done a lot of bad things even for the standards of the time. In truth, it has never gotten over their rule by the Mongols! I defended Putin in various articles in the past, but what he has done lately is pure evil and wrong by any standard. I’m very immersed in Russian history and culture, and I only discussed what I know well. I still admire great Russian statesmen of the past like Stolypin and more recently Boris Yeltsin, and many, many other great Russian figures from history, writers like Anton Chekhov, Nikolai Gogol, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Alexander Pushkin, Boris Pasternak, Vladimir Mayakovsky, who ended up committing suicide after seeing what Soviet communism was bringing to Russia, etc.; I also admire Russian scientists in history like Dmitri Mendeleev, Vladimir Bekhterev, etc.; so I’m not Russophobic! Do you know the story of any of these great Russians? Putin will not be found among them, but with Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great, and the vozhd Joseph Stalin! As to what Russia has done to Ukrainians in the last 100 years, one must read the work of the British scholar Robert Conquest, The Harvest of Sorrow.— Dr. Miguel Faria https://www.amazon.com/Harvest-Sorrow…/dp/0195051807/

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