Summary: The West does not like Vladimir Putin. He is the personified opposition to USA’s / NATO’s New World Order. Therefore, the U.S. is trying by means of  George Soros’ NGOs, the NED and the Freedom House to instigate a ”Russian Spring”. Western Media is agitating against Putin for election fraud and dictatorship, which is probably true - but hardly worse than in the United States. Brookings now says that Putin feels the pressure from inside to an extent that he may need to make the U.S. Russia´s external enemy (which it is) in order to gather the people. Through the funding of the “Democratic Alternative” and the Golos, US-government/Congress threw down their gauntlet to Putin. Ultimately, these critics are conducted by the Wall Street and London’s City oligarchs because Putin will not submit to them.

Putin is probably just playing his intended role in their Hegelian dialectics. Tony Cartalucci writes: The neo-imperialists of Wall Street and London manipulate both domestic and international opinion through a clearly compromised media and network of disingenuous, insidious NGOs and “pro-democracy opposition” movements.  Meddling and subverting a sovereign nation is an act of war.

In the following points, there is discord between the U.S. and Russia: Different views on the post-Soviet space has in it the germ of a major US-Russian crisis, the mobile missile defense system in Europe, Syria/Iran. Democracy and human rights in Russia remain unsettling (as also in the U.S.). The appalling treatment of Sergey Magnitsky and others, and the unsolved murders of journalists like Anna Politkovskaya.

Russia has the BRICS countries to have a hold on the West and particularly the United States: They want to abandon the dollar as their reserve currency, which was the real reason for the invasions of Iraq and Libya. The BRICS countries hold almost half of the foreign reserves of the world. They bought the bonds of the United States and the West and are thus indispensable for the maintenance of the zero interest rate levels in the West. Led by Russia and China they want to force the New World Order of the West and the big banks to their knees. Therefore, there is currently the largest currency war going on since the 1930es. At that time, this war resulted in the second World War II - and the 3rd World War now lurks behind this currency war today.

The world economy is changing - and the banksters and CEOs can see it - that’s the reason why they are looting America of whatever wealth she still has left – and taking their business overseas to the developing world.

This BRICS war is coming as a consequence of irresponsible U.S. policies, the Fed´s “quantitative easing”, i.e. free running printing press, having led to what is really a U.S. dollar devaluation. Thereby, the competitiveness of the BRICS countries has deteriorated significantly.

Basically, a fight to the death between thesis and antithesis of the Hegelian dialectics is in progress. The result has been  predicted by NWO guru, Albert Pike, before 1894.

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Revelation 17:3 I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast  17:18 And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth 18:3 and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her and the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies.….17:8… and she shall be utterly burned with fire - 17:10 in one hour is thy judgment come

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Documentation of the Summary

The relations between the U.S. and Russia are rapidly deteriorating. In anticipation of a war between Israel / U.S. and Iran,  Russia is now moving big military units to the Iranian border to help Iran - and as a threatening gesture against the West. Similarly, Russia has warned NATO against an attack on Syria. Putin needs an external enemy to unite the people: Radio Denmark 11 April 2012:  All 64 parliamentarians of the party A Just Russia left Parliament in an unprecedented protest during a message from Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, who was calling for unity in the country.

Wladimir Putin between a rock and a hard place
I have previously written about the increasing Western inspired opposition in Russia against authoritarian Putin. Also the Western world has been hunting him for election fraud – and there were signs that Putin felt under pressure for not being so popular as before. There is deadly rivalry for world domination between Russia and the USA – they are doomed to remain eternal enemies.

Tony Cartalucci in Land Destroyer Report March 1, 2012 - The Western media is decrying Russia’s upcoming elections as “rigged” before they’ve even taken place. Leading the preemptive media coverage is Foreign Policy (FP) magazine featuring an article by Freedom House president David Kramer and Freedom House vice president, Christopher Walker.

The FP piece is titled, “The Kremlin’s Big Gamble: Can Vladimir Putin’s simulated democracy survive another rigged election?”  Kramer’s piece is particularly ironic, because the first round of “rigged election” calls were made last December by “activists” funded by the US State Department through the National Endowment for Democracy (NED – an executive arm of the CIA) of which Freedom House is a subsidiary. In December 2011 the “US Caught Meddling in Russian Elections,” US National Endowment for Democracy (NED) funded GOLOS, which was noted as being the key “observer” cited across Western media in an attempt to portray the Russian elections as “stolen.”  GOLOS owes its existence to the US government and in turn the banking oligarchs of Wall Street and London who have been trying in vain to dislodge Russia’s Vladimir Putin from power for years. (Not least because he arrested Rothschild´s partner, the mega-thief Khodorkowsky).

US to Attempt Overthrow of Putin Government
Tony Cartalucci Activist Post 4 March 2012: Wall Street Journal reported “Putin Claims Election Win as Observers Claim Fraud,” Fox News reporting, “Putin claims victory in Russia’s presidential election amid allegations of violations in election,” Reuters reporting, “Vladimir Putin ‘elected Russian president’, opponents allege fraud,” and the London Guardian reporting, “Vladimir Putin’s critics cry foul over alleged voter fraud in Russian election.”

Each report mentions either US-funded fraud Alexey Navalny or US-funded “independent election monitor” GOLOS, or both.

NavalnyAlexey Navalny is fully subsidized by the US State Department through the National Endowment of Democracy (NED). Those researching his background begin unraveling his own insidious, compromised agenda. Alexey Navalny was a Yale World Fellow. The Democratic Alternative is indeed a National Endowment for Democracy fund recipient, meaning that Alexey Navalny is an agent of US-funded sedition and willfully hiding it from his followers. The US State Department itself reveals this as they list “youth movements” operating in Russia: “Mariya Gaydar, daughter of former Prime Minister Yegor Gaydar, leads DA! (Democratic Alternative). She is ardent in her promotion of democracy, but realistic about the obstacles she faces. Gaydar said that DA is focused on non-partisan activities designed to raise political awareness. She has received funding from the National Endowment for Democracy.”

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Ilya Yashin is yet another leader of a NED-funded Russian “activist” opposition group.

Text NED-GOLOS: Screenshot taken from the National Endowment for Democracy website featuring US funding for the NGO “Golos.” Golos allegedly was searching for “election irregularities.” Golos and other US-backed NGOs and opposition parties are now attempting to trigger an “Arab Spring” in Russia.

The neo-imperialists of Wall Street and London manipulate both domestic and international opinion through a clearly compromised media and network of disingenuous, insidious NGOs and “pro-democracy opposition” movements.  Meddling and subverting a sovereign nation is an act of war.

The Following is from an expert´s speech  to the US House of Representatives´Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Brookings 21 March 2012: By any objective measure, the US-Russian relationship is stronger today than it was in 2008, the low point in U.S.-Russian relations after the collapse of the Soviet Union. This does not mean the relationship is without problems. Washington and Moscow disagree on issues such as missile defense in Europe, Syria, the post-Soviet space, as well as democracy and human rights within Russia.

On May 7, Vladimir Putin will return to the Russian presidency. This should not entail a change in the strategic course of Russian foreign policy. While ballot box-stuffing and other fraud may have inflated his vote count to the official figure of 63.6 percent, there is no compelling evidence that he did not clear the 50 percent threshold required for victory.

Differing views of the post-Soviet space represent the potential flashpoint most likely to trigger a major U.S.-Russia crisis; Washington should recognize that its ability to affect the internal situation in Russia is limited. Kremlin

Missile defense poses a difficult problem on both the bilateral and NATO-Russia agendas. The countries clearly differ over Syria. Moscow’s misguided support for Mr. Assad—which stems from the fact that he is one of Russia’s few allies and from the Russian desire to pay NATO back for what they consider the misuse of March 2011 UN Security Council Resolution 1973 on Libya—have led the Kremlin to an unwise policy. It is alienating the Arab world and will position Moscow poorly with the Syrian people once Mr. Assad leaves the scene.

The democracy and human rights situation within Russia remains difficult and troubling. The problems are epitomized by the flaws in the recent parliamentary and presidential elections, the appalling treatment of Sergey Magnitsky and others, and the unresolved murders of journalists such as Anna Politkovskaya.

The Obama administration in February 2009 announced its intention to reset the U.S. relationship with Russia.
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The New START Treaty was signed, ratified and entered into force. 2. Russia has permitted a significant expansion of the amount of materiel, including lethal military equipment, and personnel that transit through Russia or Russian airspace to the NATO operation in Afghanistan. 3. Russia has supported measures to tighten pressure on Iran. 4. Russia has, with U.S. support, secured entry into the World Trade Organization.

Mr. Putin´s comments suggest he sees the upheavals that swept countries such as Georgia, Ukraine, Tunisia or Egypt as inspired, funded and directed by Washington.That is a complicating factor for the bilateral relationship.  His perception is that Washington made no effort to accommodate Moscow’s concerns on issues such as the future of strategic arms limits, missile defense deployments in Europe, NATO enlargement, relations with Russia’s neighbors in the post-Soviet space.
Mr. Putin faces tough issues at home, both economically and politically. The Russian economy and government revenues remain overly dependent on exports of oil and natural gas. The Russian state budget remains pegged to the price of oil.Russian-protesters-in-Pus-007

For the first time in his experience, Mr. Putin will have to deal with the outside world without being confident that he has a rock-solid political base at home. Soviet and Russian leaders in the past resorted to the image of a foreign adversary—all too often the United States—to rally domestic support, and one can see aspects of that in Mr. Putin’s campaign rhetoric. Mr. Putin has shown himself to be realistic, particularly when it comes to money. A major article that he published in the run-up to the election described a large military modernization program designed to reassert parity with the United States.

The Russians have come a long way in supporting mandatory UN sanctions against Iran. U.S. and Russian interests differ in the post-Soviet space, the region that is most likely to generate a major crisis in bilateral relations. Moscow seeks to gain influence over its neighbors, using mechanisms such as the Customs Union with Kazakhstan and Belarus. One example is staunch Russian opposition to the enlargement of NATO or the European Union into the post-Soviet space. Some tension between the two approaches is inevitable.

One other difficult issue is the democracy and human rights situation within Russia. The Russian legislative branch has been virtually absent in the discussion of democracy and human rights within Russia.

Russia and her partners have  a potent weapon against the US: It has started a currency war and an interest rate tweak and a new investment bank

News Track India 29 march 2012 New Delhi, March 29: The BRICS grouping pitched for a bigger voice in global governance institutions, including the UN and the IMF, and told the West that only dialogue could resolve the Iranian nuclear standoff and the Syria crisis. Seeking to create a first BRICS institution, they also agreed on a working group to explore setting up of a joint development bank to promote mutual investment in infrastructure. The move to trade in local currencies could potentially challenge the supremacy of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency.

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Left: BRICS – Freemason handshake. The Perspectivist 22 Nov. 2011 BRICS countries have been making an important contribution in keeping overall international liquidity levels upwards. As a significant portion of their foreign exchange reserves is invested in securities issued by OECD countries, the BRICS play a role in keeping these countries’ interest rates near zero. The BRICS, thus, are helping more mature economies build a smoother way out of the crisis. The BRICS current foreign exchange reserves are estimated at US$ 4.3 trillion, nearly half of the world’s total.
The Thom Hartman Program 24 Febr. 2012: In a direct affront to the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, the BRIC nations – Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa – are floating the idea of setting up their own multilateral bank – funded by these developing nations to help finance projects within their own nations. The world economy is changing – and the banksters and corporate CEOs can see it – which is why they’re looting America of whatever wealth she still has left – and taking their business overseas to the developing world.

Activist Post 27 MarchBrazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, collectively known as the BRICS nations, are moving forward with their plan to unseat the US dollar as the global trade currency and to replace it with a Chinese-denominated “super-sovereign” international currency. The world is currently in the midst of the greatest currency war since the 1930s.
While we consider all of this, let us not forget that the currency war of the 1930s ended with the greatest military war ever fought – World War II. Ultimately the BRICS collective is staging a coup to overthrow the current global financial regime that has been dominated by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund since the last global currency war was won at the end of World War II.Quantitative-easing

The attack comes partially in retaliation for the latest round of quantitative easing (right) in which we witnessed the Federal Reserve deliberately printing trillions of dollars in an attempt to jump-start the U.S. economy by forcing investors back into the U.S. stock market by devaluing the US dollar. The US indirectly devalued its currency by pumping about $600bn into its economy to protect the economy from sliding back into recession. The devaluation of the dollar translates into making the products of the BRICS countries relativity more costly and in turn harder to sell at a lower profit margin.  Nations have gone to war for far less than trillions of dollars of bad debt.

China has already issued calls for international supervision over the US and issues demands for a single global currency due the combination of the United States debt problems and currency devaluations.
The hope is that this new currency will strip the global financial regime of its power and hence relieve the United States of its role of imposing its political and economic views on the rest of the world.

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The USA has dominated the world economically and militarily since WWII. But its dollar is now being dangerously challenged by the BRICS nations who are dropping the dollar as reserve curency. This has previously led to the US attacking countries doing just that (Iraq, Libya – possibly Iran). At least it is an immense threat to the US short term credits. But the banksters win anyway: They own the money printing central banks and don´t care if they print dollars or Chinese money to supply the world.

It may seem amazing that Rothschild  allows countries with his central banks to wage war against other countries with central banks also printing his money. However, this is just the trick: war costs money – meaning the central banks print more of it out of thin air and lend it to the states which then become more and more endebted – and thus dependent on the banksters – so that they have to demand higher taxes from their citizens. This is the way to command politicians to establish the corporate world government – even at the cost of the US, its dollar and the EU – which is meant to just be a region in the one world state. What makes it really dangerous, however, is Zbigniew Brzezinski´s “Grand Chessboard” strategy -although Brzezinski now tries, to get Russia into the transatlantic cooperation. It is important to remember its Hegelian strategy: Create a problem – reaction – solution bringing world government closer. The NWO is born out of such conflicts – often bloody ones.
For the time being, what annoys Mr. Putin most is NATO´s mobile rocket shield in Europe and US/NATO intrusion in his backyard, Eurasia.