‘No one expected the collapse of the Soviet Union” stated by PCR in his article, What is Mr. Kissinger Up to in Russia and as stated above in the video by Joseph.
According to a document I’m publishing below, I believe this statement to be incorrect, the operative paragraph from PCR being the one below:
Reagan had no intention of dominating the Soviet Union or collapsing it. Unlike Clinton, George W. Bush, and Obama, he was not controlled by neoconservatives. Reagan fired and prosecuted the neoconservatives in his administration when they operated behind his back and broke the law.
Does PCR have this right? Does he actually know what was going at that time? How many actually knew? Did Reagan, himself, even know what was going on, or as I have read elsewhere, after the assassination attempt did he (perhaps informally) abdicate his foreign policy to his Vice-President, GWB, who behaved clandestinely and executed plans to bring down the Soviet Union? The government document I’m presenting (below) from a whistleblower (along with three others documents —not presented here, all available in several places on the internet) strongly states with much proof a very different view from the one PCR expresses.
I invite everyone to take time now to read it and at the very least to develop a deeper understanding of who and what actually took down the Soviet Union, all of which led to 9/11. (Surely, surely, Putin knows this? — and because he understands how sovereignty must be achieved, he has remained silent, and I believe he will continue to remain silent — unless it impinges on his oath to protect his country and his people. . . )
As far as stating that Putin is a part of a ‘deep state’, a faction in Russia that believes in preserving Russia at all costs, I can’t agree with this, either. It may be the basis of some of Putin’s knowledge and background just like his experiences with the KGB/FSB and as a lawyer are— and from what little Joseph shares with us, it doesn’t sound like it is an unhealthy view, but as I see it Putin clearly demonstrates over and over again in his words and deeds that he understands what sovereignty in all its huge ramifications means, both personal and national.
Sovereignty is what this larger battle is all about! Nothing else! It’s time we recognized it!
Why do we always have to give something a complex label? We all have to have experiences in our lives from which we learn, but why must we label people’s views when they may be simply a partial result of these experiences? When we do this, do we not deny someone’s own path to sovereignty? Why can’t we just understand what morality and integrity is — and begin to accept it and call it for what it is?
You know, the truth is always simple and easily understood by everyone!
Read all about the take down of the Soviet Union on pages 8-28, Summary of Findings in the following Document:Part 1:
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Why are we being bombarded with mainstream propaganda telling us “Russia hacked the election for Trump”?
To figure out what’s really going on, we need to read between the lines. And every so often, a mainstream article inadvertently offers us a glimpse of the man behind the curtain.
Such is the case with the recent Forbes article “Trump’s Election Spoils Putin’s Narrative To The Russian People.” I have not done a background check on the attributed author, Paul Roderick Gregory, because I don’t need to. Clearly this guy is playing the neocon-Straussian game of writing on two levels: at the surface, spouting his team’s propaganda line for the masses; while esoterically dropping hints about the “deep game” for his fellow sophisticates.
The neocons are chosenites at best, Satanists at worst. Their achilles heel is hubris: the heartfelt belief that they are smarter than anybody else, and therefore the only ones who can read between the lines.
So put on your thinking caps, dear readers, and consider the implications of what Kissinger/Gregory are telling us . . . continue reading