by Alison Ryan
The War Against Putin, written by Mike King: What the Government-Media Complex Isn’t Telling You About Russia –
“this work intends to set forth a body of evidence which will strongly support the Russian majority’s perception. Ever since his rise to power, Putin’s approval rating among the Russian people has hovered between 75-85%; far higher than that of any American President or European Prime Minister. Indeed, many Russians regard him as the savior of Mother Russia; with some referring to him as “Putin the Great”.
This pdf is an organized, concise collection of hard and proven facts which, when weaved together, will state their own conclusions; conclusions which the Western “Powers That Be” have concealed from you, but cannot refute.
Just pretend that you have never even heard of Vladimir Putin, until now. With
confrontation looming (if certain players have their way), the people of the “free world” cannot afford to be misled any longer. (turns out to be quite a prophetic statement by Mike King)
Of course, you will render your own final verdict regarding Mr. Putin. But how can it be a just one until you have at least considered the organized array of facts which are about to be presented?”
>After WW2, with so much of Europe in ruins, the “Master Plan” plan was for the Western Globalists to establish the blueprint for a European Federation that would emerge decades later.
>In the East, it was agreed that the nations now under Soviet occupation (Eastern Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Albania, Yugoslavia and Hungary) would, in time, hold elections and eventually be brought into “the community of European nations” as well.
>One by one, under Stalin’s guidance, the nations of Eastern Europe became Communist
dictatorships; vassal states of the Kremlin in Moscow.
>Globalists such as George Soros and Zbigniew Brzezinski were, and still are, motivated solely by a desire to subdue Eurasia.
> In 1954, Khrushchev made the purely symbolic public relations gesture of internally transferring the Crimean peninsula from the Soviet Russian Republic to the Soviet Ukrainian Republic. The transfer was meant as a show of respect and friendship for Russia’s Ukrainian brothers. But the Crimea, historic home of Russia’s Black Sea fleet, was and still is predominantly Russian. As you can guess, this event will also be revisited later on in the narrative.