The group I represent wants to stop the war.Boris
Jerome Corsi has conducted a series of podcast interviews with a Soviet-born man of mystery, named Boris. The interviews began on 19 March of this year and have continued to the present.
Boris claims to represent a network of persons with deep knowledge of Putin’s intrigues in Washington, Kiev and Moscow. He says that Russia and China are planning a war of conquest in which 40 percent of the global population is expected to die. The unleashing of COVID-19 is supposedly the first phase in this war, initiating the collapse of markets, the breaking of supply chains and the beginning of the end of the dollar.
In the first podcast of this series, Boris speculates about a pre-deployed Russian vaccine accounting for Russia’s low COVID-19 mortality rate. Later, on May 7, he predicts the unleashing of a killer strain in September of this year. “If you know certain things you have a certain credibility,” he explained. Elsewhere he says that he wants to stop the war that Putin is planning.
Boris describes Putin as a strategic genius out to conquer the world, seemingly unaware that grandiose Kremlin plans for global conquest long preceded Putin’s tenure. When asked his opinion of Anatoliy Golitsyn, for example, Boris didn’t recognize the famous KGB defector’s name. Jerome Corsi also appeared not to know Golitsyn’s name, having serious trouble in pronouncing it.
Boris has a great deal to say about President Barack Obama, DNI Clapper, DCIA Brennan and FBI Director Comey. They are all Russian assets, he says. Boris also alleges that George Soros is a Russian asset; that the 2014 Euromaidan Revolution was a game in which Putin drove Ukraine into the waiting arms of Soros and other Kremlin agents working from inside the American government.
Boris alleges several conspiracies: (1) in the resignation of Pope Benedict and the election of Pope Francis; (2) in the kidnapping and torture of Osama bin Laden; (3) in an attempt to keep Obama in office through 2018 by disrupting the Electoral College and denying Trump the presidency on account of the “Russian collusion” narrative; (4) an attempt to topple Trump in a coup orchestrated by Putin’s agents in the FBI and Justice Department.
Boris hints that Russia has largely taken control of American intelligence, having thoroughly penetrated the upper echelons of the CIA and FBI. As the NSA’s surveillance capabilities were so readily abused, it was child’s play for the Russians to make U.S. surveillance into their own — compromising and recruiting the bad boys of American intelligence, with Edward Snowden as a much-needed lightning rod. (Snowden, says Boris, was a Russian asset before his defection).
The least believable of Boris’s claims is that Osama bin Laden was not killed in Pakistan by Operation Neptune Spear. Boris says bin Laden was taken prisoner, locked up in a special torture facility in Benghazi — only to be rescued by the Russians, who had help from a double agent named Christopher Stevens (i.e., the late U.S. ambassador to Libya).
Putting all these claims under a microscope would take considerable time and more effort than anyone is likely to make. Certainly, it must be said that Boris is not a subject expert. He does not apparently know much about Soviet or Russian intelligence history, Cold War Strategy, communism, or Putin’s personal beliefs. Yet Boris is very well-versed in the intrigues of the moment. What I mean, in this regard, is not to endorse what he says as gospel; yet it must be admitted that his general overview — his broad grasp of events — is an approximation of my own views. If that inclines me to believe in Boris, the reader would be mistaken. When someone with no supposed knowledge of my writings reflects my opinions back to me, my first instinct — given the unusual nature of my opinions — is suspicion.
I’m not saying Boris is a disinformation agent. However, students of Cold War intrigue shouldn’t trust Russians who mirror their own thoughts; for mirroring in itself can be an intrigue. The hijacking of a narrative with the intention of salting it with absurdities should be guarded against; for the best way to inoculate the public against an idea is to present that idea in a way that discredits it.
That being said, Corsi’s podcasts with Boris are nonetheless important. Everyone should follow them,
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I will be reading and reviewing Corsi’s latest book as soon as it arrives from Amazon.