Vladimir Putin — Part II: A threat to the Power Elite and the New World Order by Russell L. Blaylock, MD

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Part 1 of Dr. Miguel Faria’s analysis of Vladimir Putin and the war in the Middle East, as with all his writings, is well worth reading and pondering deeply as it contains some excellent observations. I have been driven by new information to revise my original article on Putin and Russia, not so much on its basic thesis, but rather on Putin’s position. During my deep study and analysis on the subject, I have unearthed newer information and will need some time to digest it all. I look forward to the second part of Dr. Faria’s article on this issue. This is a very difficult subject and things are not always what they seem on a first look—as most of us well know. This is like an onion—one must peel back many layers before one finds the truth. The outer layers are stained with propaganda, lies, and carefully crafted deceptions. Only the inner layers, those not seen by the average superficial thinker and observer, come closer to the truth.

First, for the outer layer of the onion. It appears on the surface that President Donald Trump has fallen into the Power Elite’s trap by attacking Syria and Bashar al-Assad. On first look, it is obvious that Assad had absolutely nothing to gain by a gas attack and everything to lose. I don’t buy that he is a loose cannon madman—that is, a lunatic. Assad is a trained ophthalmologist and known to be quite intelligent and has ruled Syria for 30 years. I suspect the CIA and Saudi Arabia are behind this gas attack event and this is part of their continuing support of the so-called rebels, in essence, supporting the Neocons’ idea of regime change for designing the New World Order. Michael Savage made a good case for this not being a sarin gas attack, as one cannot handle victims’ clothing and be around their bodies as sarin can easily penetrate the skin and even in very small concentrations can kill. He proposes something like phosgene gas, which would be obtained from Saudi Arabia.

Before this event, Assad had both Russia and the US defeating his enemies. Now Russia is withdrawing and the US is taking up the entire battle without the aid of Assad or Russia. To the casual observer this means a wider war, greater US military involvement, a massive need for cash to pay for the war (which pleases the hell out of the international bankers), and a more rapid move to eventual economic collapse of the US economy and eventually the world economy. It also paves the way for the one thing that two of the evil and foremost players in the Power Elite—Zbigniew Brzezinski and George Soros—wanted, and that is the fall of Vladimir Putin and Russia. This greatly increases the risk of WWIII. The fact that Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is elated over President Trump’s seemingly foolish move can be taken as evidence that Trump may have made a drastic mistake—one we will all pay for. As we peel back the layers of the onion, things may be quite different.

Second, let’s see what would be the result if what we think we are seeing is real. With the U.S. up to its eyeballs in war in Syria and Libya, as well as Afghanistan and Iraq, it will most likely tempt North Korea to launch its missiles (as instructed by China). One of the historical lessons we learn (or should learn) from the history of warfare is that few empires can withstand a protracted, multi-front war. Russia will, of course, do anything it needs to survive this Brzezinski-led attack. This will eventually destroy Trump completely and everything he has fought for up to this point. This would be an absolute disaster and Trump’s enemies know this quite well. The more I read about Putin, the more I am convinced he has been set up and attacked on all fronts since the fall of Boris Yeltsin. At present, he is our only viable ally against the globalist, collectivist NWO.

Steve Pieczenik and Jerome Corsi agree that there may be a better explanation for Trump’s attack on Assad—one that would mean President Trump is a lot smarter than any are giving him credit. Pieczenik gives his analysis on this event in this video. He says that to understand Trump’s thinking, one must understand what the president discussed in his book, The Art of the Deal. Pieczenik concludes that Trump cleverly announced the attack on Assad at the dinner he threw for the Chinese leader Xi Jinping, and that it had a hidden purpose—that is, hidden from his enemies in the United States and Europe. Importantly, Trump had previously warned all parties involved, including the Russians, as to what he was about to do—but he kept it from the Chinese president until the grand announcement at the dinner.

In addition, he fired off a salvo of tomahawk cruise missiles that are now obsolete and no longer being manufactured—missiles that were known to have poor accuracy. Only three Syrian jets were damaged—all not in flying condition to begin with and did not actually harm the runways or other important structures. There were only six deaths. It was a grand show of power, according to Pieczenik, all for the benefit of the Chinese president, designed to send a message that the United States was not to be trifled with. Trump’s greatest concern, according to Pieczenik, is North Korea and China and not Syria—in fact, he posited that Trump may even pull out of the Middle East.

As we further peal back the onion, we now see an even different picture. There is now concern by Pieczenik that with recent events, Trump may have allowed himself to be conscripted by the Neocons and the globalists. National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster has now attempted to take the lead in foreign policy (similar to what happened to Reagan when George Schultz ran foreign policy) and announced that massive troop deployments are in the works and there will be regime change. This, of course, would be an absolute disaster and as a result Trump would most likely be impeached.

Vladimir Putin

As for Vladimir Putin’s fate, the Power Elite, mainly in the person of Zbigniew Brzenziski, is following the grand chessboard strategy in bringing down Putin and marginalizing Russia. Why? Because Russia, under Putin, is a major obstacle to the Power Elite’s plan for a world government and an end of nationalism. In addition, Russia is an incredible source of rare gemstones, chromium, oil, natural gas and gold as well as fertile lands. The Power Elite want to take Russia as a spoil of their secret war. Under Putin, Russia’s economy exploded from the economic disaster left in the wake of Yeltsin’s reforms. For example, the Russian Domestic Product (GDP) increased 6 times under his charge, with Russia rising from 22nd to the 10th largest economy in the world. Average wages increased tenfold and objectively measured poverty was cut in half. Nearly all of Russia’s foreign debt was paid off. He lowered the personal income tax rate to 13 percent and removed many tax penalties. This all occurred after the engineered destruction and rape of Russia by the Power Elite using the IMF (also under the guidance of Soros and Brzezinski). How they did this is a fascinating story in itself. Putin has also instituted a number of other critical reforms, such as controlling criminal oligarchs and reforming health care, after the Soviet disaster. Of note, Putin was endorsed by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and even made The Gulag Archipelago required reading in Russian high schools. When we look at what Putin has accomplished in Russia it would be the envy of all those who voted for Trump and it explains the 80% approval rating Putin has enjoyed.

Moreover, Putin has brought to the forefront the issue of declining population growth and declivity in Western civilization, including Russia. I have  previously described how Putin has completely rebuilt the impressive Cathedral of Christ the Savior, which had been destroyed to the last stone by Joseph Stalin and his henchman Lazar Kaganovich in 1931. Putin has also additionally built 1,000 Christian churches across Russia, and he has not stopped there. He has defended Christianity and traditional morality, as no other Western leader has the courage to do. Perhaps I was too hasty in questioning his motives. My new studies suggest that in fact he is not only courageous enough to speak about these issues, but sincere enough to stand by them.

Another reason for President Trump’s move against Syrian dictator Assad may have been to reduce the thundering rhetoric of the Left that he is a tool of Moscow. In addition, President Trump may have outsmarted the Power Elite in his bold move against the Chinese threat. China appreciates that should Trump desire to he can drive China to economic collapse—knowing that China’s economy is already tottering. Trump is a much deeper thinker and strategist than the previous puppet presidents the Power Elite has dealt with. Only time will tell if the Power Elite has been severely hurt by this move or, heaven forbid, if they have outsmarted Trump.

Vladimir Putin (fourth from left) pictured at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting in Saint Petersburg, Russia in 2002

Finally, what is Putin really up to? Some make a good case that he just wants to regain his country’s pride and have a place in the world as a respected superpower once again. While this is certainly possible, we also must consider Lord Acton’s axiom—power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Once Putin has positioned Russia as a major superpower, not just militarily but also economically, he may be tempted to expand the Russian empire much further into the West. We know that Russia has made major investments in Latin America and is once again involved in Cuba. Of real concern, Russia is now quite influential in Eurasia, which Brzezinski stated was critical to the building of the New World Order by the Power Elite. Russia may have beaten the Power Elite to the punch.

Interestingly, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) met in Saint Petersburg in 2002, where Putin played a major role in its charter, goals and principles. The six countries that made up the original SCO account for 60% of the land mass of Eurasia and 25% of the world’s population. More nations joined the SCO in 2005, further enlarging Putin’s influence. The president of the SCO, Nursultan Nazarbayev, the President of Kazakhstan, stated that those involved in the negotiations represented “half of humanity.” In 2007, Tayyip Ergodan of Turkey asked Putin to let Turkey join this increasingly influential group. Today we have an association of countries known as BRICS—Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The West has no control over the actions of BRICS. Putin also has excellent relations with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which includes Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.

With an increasing influence in the Middle East, especially among Egypt, Syria and Libya, Putin will either control or influence a great deal of the world’s land mass and population. With his ties to some of the most mineral and oil rich territories in the world, his power and influence can only increase exponentially. One example is of major importance—Russia and South Africa together possess 90% of the world’s supply of chromium, which is essential for making steel.

Russia has announced the development of the RS-28 (Satan class 2) nuclear supersonic ICBM, which is MIRVed to carry 16, rather than the usual 10, individually targeted nuclear warheads. It has been estimated that one such missile could destroy an area the size of Texas, the UK, or France. As Putin’s military grows more sophisticated and powerful, especially with the new warm water submarine base along the coast of Syria, soon his power will reach that stage that Lord Acton spoke about and we all risk the possibility of Putin being corrupted absolutely by this new found power. We also must consider that Vladimir Putin will not always be the president of Russia.

Written by Russell L. Blaylock, MD

Dr. Russell L. Blaylock is President of Advanced Nutritional Concepts and Theoretical Neurosciences in Jackson, Mississippi. He has written numerous path-blazing scientific papers and many books, including Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills (1994), Bioterrorism: How You Can Survive (2001), Health and Nutrition Secrets (2002), and Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients (2003). He is Associate Editor-in-Chief and a Consulting Editor in Basic Neuroscience for Surgical Neurology International (SNI).

This article may be cited as: Blaylock RL. Vladimir Putin — A threat to the power elite and the New World Order. HaciendaPublishing.com. April 13, 2017. Available from: https://haciendapublishing.com/vladimir-putin–part-ii-a-threat-to-the-power-elite-and-the-new-world-order-by-russell-l-blaylock-md/.

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  1. Introduction: President Putin did not wear an umbrella at a soldier’s funeral when asked about it, he replied: “This man died in battle, gave his life for his homeland, died with honor and you ask me why I’m here and pay tribute to him? I’m not made of paper or sugar, nothing will happen to me because I’m outdoors or I’ll be wet, this man deserves five minutes of my full respect.” There are photographs of the event.

    James Yonge Sr.: Putin is a class act but that said he is still a KGB thug, you cannot whitewash reality.

    Dr. Miguel Faria: I will rephrase what I said earlier and add KGB thug mentality yes, but absolutely not a communist. Authoritarian yes, nationalist, yes, Russian patriot yes, thuggish yes, but no communist! He was selected by Yeltsin to keep the communists from regaining control by hook or by crook or by force! And authoritarian is not totalitarian. Many great leaders have been authoritarian and still rule with the consent of the people and the rule of law. Not so with totalitarians, which the communists are. So yes, thuggish and all, he still deserves respect for doing what is best for his country, showing respect for his fallen comrades, and keeping the communists out of power in Russia.

    James Yonge Sr.: I hear you Miguel and see your point, not sure if what we have is MUCH better than Communism. His hits on antagonists in and out of Russia are unacceptable. Putin is a killer. We had bad President, George H W Bush, and he was CIA and more Democrat than Republican but not a THUG. [in response on someone else accusing Bush 41 of Killing JFK and being a thug.] Dr Faria, I hear you and agree on your points. During my college years I took 2 classes in Russian History. My thesis was on Gregory Rasputin. That said my Professor was George Tarkavich who Stalin tried to kill a few times in Russia and here, great Professor. I caught Mono and he actually cut me from his class for 3 missed classes. I have some knowledge of Russia and communism that said I always like to learn more even today. Money is POWER and Putin has BOTH !!

    Dr. Miguel Faria: Sir, I lived in a communist country that my parents unknowingly and naively helped create. I know communism and totalitarianism in my bones. Russia today is nowhere near been a communist country for a thousand reasons that are beyond what I can explain in this format. Suffice to say that the Russians have more freedom now than at least since the Mongols conquered Russia in the 13th century! We in the US today are more socialistic as far as socioeconomics (a 13% flat tax and that is it!), welfare, PC, attacks of religion and private education, degeneration of culture, you name it, here in the US today than in Russia. So far we do enjoy a bit more political freedom and enjoy no evidence of political assassinations (that in Russia is mostly for former KGB agents, double agents, such as Alexander, Litvinenko Sergei Skripal, etc., that Putin and his government consider traitors). And I do agree with you that his wet affairs of political opponents and former KGB agents, the shenanigans in Ukraine, etc. are unacceptable, which is the reason I enumerated what he is and what he is not! But the bottom line is that he is a better leader than Biden and I certainly prefer him to the communist and fascists in Russia taking over!

    And if you read the main book on the subject, which is critical of Putin for his assassination of Litvinenko, you will learn that everything I have said here is true, regardless of our personal opinions: Death of a Dissident: The Poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko and the Return of the KGB by Alex Goldfarb with Marina Litvinenko. 2007. “The assassination of former Russian intelligence officer Alexander ‘Sasha’ Litvinenko in November 2006 — poisoned by the rare radioactive element polonium — caused an international sensation. Within a few short weeks, the fit 43-year-old lay gaunt, bald, and dying in a hospital, the victim of a ‘tiny nuclear bomb.’ Suspicions swirled around Russia’s FSB, the successor to the KGB, and the Putin regime. Traces of polonium radiation were found in Germany and on certain airplanes, suggesting a travel route from Russia for the carriers of the fatal poison. But what really happened? What did Litvinenko know? And why was he killed?….His closest friend, Alex Goldfarb, and his widow, Marina, are the only two people who can tell it all, from firsthand knowledge, with dramatic scenes from Moscow to London to Washington. Death of a Dissident reads like a political thriller, yet its story is more fantastic and frightening than any novel.” So I can be critical of Putin when I need to be. Bush 41, thug or not, did more harm to this country than Putin could ever do to Russia. He derailed the Reagan revolution, sold the country to the UN and the NWO, outspent the Democrats in taxes and political correctness, flagrantly lied to the American people (“read my lips”) and betrayed the country.

    Dr Faria: [Responding to someone else who claimed that Russians could do better with someone else.] “Do so much better” with who? That is the question Yeltsin, ill, dying, and having to step down, asked his advisors….Finally Jewish oligarch Boris Berezovsky, who had turned down the offer to succeed Yeltsin and who did not personally like Putin said: Only one man can keep the communists out… Vladimir Putin of Leningrad… former KGB but no communist, loyal, fearless, tenacious, etc. Read: Death of a Dissident: The Poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko and the Return of the KGB by Alex Goldfarb with Marina Litvinenko. 2007, a book higly critical of Putin! And yes it tells the truth, even when it went against the main thesis! Bad as some claim the situation is today in Russia, someone claiming it is fascism; another, plutocracy; another “Deep State,” if you can believe that!, etc. Bad as the situation in Russia might be as several here in FB claim, Putin still has the support of 75% of the population, trailed only by communists and real fascists (they have a party, 3rd largest!). He always acts in the interest of Russia and doesn’t sell out his country and his people to the Chinese; honors his dead soldiers; respects his country’s traditions, etc. Biden (and the rest of the Democrats are worse) did not even send anybody to await the bodies of Americans dead from South Korea, dishonors our dead soldiers looking at his watch. If we don’t change course we will be worse than Russia by ignorance, cowardice and other dishonorable terms. 

    Al Betz: Would you call Russia and Oligarchy? Not sure how to define it.

    Dr. Faria: Al Betz, like it or not, it is a republic with a strong presidency, not very different from France. The Russian people like a strongman at the helm. If it were an oligarchy, who are they? The USSR was ruled by a collective leadership, an oligarchy, and I can name you more than half a dozen in that oligarchy at the time of Brezhnev, Andropov, Kosygin, Chernenkov, Suslov, Podgorny, Gorbachev, (Mikoyan and Khrushchev, were replaced by Brezhnev), Gromyko, etc.

    Keith G. Langer: Russia is more of a plutocracy; Putin dances between the two top posts and operates through a cabal of chosen multi-millionaires. Not exactly like France, to say the least.

    Dr Faria: KGL, not like France in that socialistic social democracy, like the Democrats want for the US, the millionaires, not to mention billionaires, get overt taxed, which is the reason great actors like Gerard depardieu and other “millionaires,” have left France and become Russian citizens! If you like socialism, you will definitely like France better than Russia!

    Al Betz: Like I said you are the most knowledgeable on my page. Thanks for the education.

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