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    1. We cannot see inside the Russian security system. Any close attempt will encounter old Soviet structures underlying the whole. The true heart of these structures was the Soviet Defense Council. This was the actual ruling core of the system — higher than the Politburo or the Central Committee. What is strange about the resignation of the Russian Government last week, is that the composition of the Defense Council (now called the Security Council) has not changed. Dmitry Medvedev is still the Number Two Man in the Security Council. How can this be? The resignation of the Government should have been mirrored by resignations from other bodies like the SEcurity Council. Time will tell us what this signifies, but we ought to consider the possibility that the leaders of Russia are being put out of harm’s way. If they are not in Moscow, a missile cannot kill them. They are preserved. Does anyone realize how much knowledge and experience of government is found in these leaders? Can they be spared in the event of a war — a war which they have been preparing for? If North Korea’s leader says the entire government of North Korea must consider themselves on a war footing since the assassination of Soleimani, what should we expect from the Russian government? War footing, for them, would signify relocation to points deep underground. Have I missed anything?

      1. Perhaps you have missed something sir. First, I must say your writing is fantastic. Thanks for the article on Speaker Pelosi, the Baltimore girl deluxe. She could discard all heirlooms except the stain “the crew” left on her family.

        I do believe you missed or ommitted that while you may have a point regarding North Koreans and Russians being worried, there’s a big difference. Neither has been continuously engaging USA aggressively and kinetically since 1979. Iran’s mullahs have. That general had to go. It was brilliant to make a lethal finding on him and has disrupted the entire Iranian terrorism machine.

        Each US president has back channel diplomacy with all allies and enemies. No doubt we called them and pointed out they haven’t recently killed thousands of US infantry and are not planning to kill thousands more. So nothing to fear, correct…?

      2. At the Battle of Waterloo the Duke of Wellington came to an artillery unit just as Napoleon galloped into its range. “Shall we take a shot at him, my lord?” An artillery man asked. “Good God, no,” replied Wellington. “Armies have better things to do than shoot at one another’s generals.”

  1. I read a brief sentence in an early online news article, that Putin is placing Medvedev as head of defense.

  2. I read a brief sentence in an early report in an online news article, that Putin is placing Medvedev as head of defense.

  3. Russia’s new culture minister, Olga Lyubimova, has experience of film and TV production but she apparently once wrote “I’m not bloody cultured at all”.

    She is part of the new government team under Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

    The blunt views on culture were summed up in a 2008 blog which complains “I simply can’t stand going to exhibitions, museums, opera”.


  4. Da, Comrade Jeffski; however when it comes to Chess, you’re a real Checkers player.


    Major General, Qasem Soleimani, was not head of state. Putin demoting himself and Dmitry Medvedev might not be to take them off Trump’s hit list, but rather to put them at the top.

    Doesn’t it seem that Iran and North Korea have been trying real hard to provoke the United States into acts of war? Are those two countries not stalking horses of Russia and China? President Trump doesn’t take the bait, so perhaps the revived Soviet Union attempts to tempt the US into taking out Putin and Medvedev?

    So far, Trump won’t be baited.

  5. Your description of tactics used by Michael Jones reminds me of David Icke.

    Jesus had the popular Jewish vote. His supporters were told by the Pharisees that if they wanted to spare the life of their leader, to request the release of Barabbas. This confused the Jews, because the meaning of both names are the same. Also, Christendom is not to be confused with Christianity.

  6. Appreciated your interview with Mike Adams. Pretty heavy stuff. Wanted to get on you email list to keep up with this crazy world. Thanks for your work for truth.

  7. Good Sir,

    Your school of thought, your wit, wisdom, and your mastery of English language leaves me wondering how I can support your efforts in a dying world. I am a poor man in financial terms, but rich in spirit. Your words are, to me, milk and honey. I would repay that debt if I could. Our time is short, and any effort I might make will surely be short lived…but my gratitude to you, sir, is undying. While my praise and prayers for you have little meaning, the blessings God Almighty has already bestowed upon you are self evident, manifest and cast abroad like seed unto the harvest. Having partaken of the harvest, I am blessed by your sowing.

    May it come back to you seven fold as promised!

  8. So, where do we go from here? I have followed you from the start of your blog with much anticipation of each new article, however, the growing silence from my stable of literary Patriots fuels my distress. We all are searching the internet for answers, for comfort, for words of positive reassurance, only to see it dwindle with each passing hour. Will this be the watershed moment this Country needs to rid ourselves of the narcissistic corruption that threatens this Republic. “Narcissistic?” does not seem to describe it…….. I stumble for words dark enough……….”Great Evil pushing a good populous into utter Schizophrenic Nihilism” perhaps comes closer.
    I have studied “gaslighting” for many years. It’s hideous effect on a person’s ability to discern truth from lie can all but consume a soul. What is left is a malleable controllable slave with no sense of independent self, no will to fight , no spark of resistance even with the knowledge that this path will lead to self destruction. In fact, it is truly murder without any chance of justice. We are witnessing the murder of our Republic with no hope of accountability.
    This sums up what is being done to the people of this Republic. Unable to discern truth from all angles and unable to believe what is right before their eyes. The damage to the collective psyche is devastating, to say the least.
    Trump is a leader. In fact, he is one of the greatest we have ever known. He will fight till the end but he is too battle scarred at this moment, too polarized by the evil that out numbers his inner circle. They will very soon move in for the kill, not literally, but for him, I fear, emotionally. We all can feel it, it haunts my sleepless nights. What man can endure what he has? The plan is to make an example of resistance so the cost is more than any future leader is willing to bare. Very soon we will see uncovered the snakes in the grass. Trump needs many supporting leaders behind him now. Those unafraid, those who can move a populous into revolution. I believe we need not a revolution of violence but of sheer monumental mass. States resting on their successes need to be mobilized to defend states fighting for integrity. Fear and censorship blanketed with gaslighting are their swords so only power by mass will drive them back. If we do not turn the tables here, we may never have another chance. This is the only thing right now I am certain of.
    God’s blessings to you from the Ozark mountains.

  9. I have a moment to comment in the midst of moving, packing, driving. Honest elections are necessary to for the continuance of liberty. If we allow an election to be stolen by corrupt politicians in league with our domestic and foreign enemies, the country is over. This is the bottom line. Election integrity is either preserved, or the Marxists win. The enemy is attempting to divide the country. Yet we must divide. Those who want to defend our freedom, our liberty, our nation, must now stand up and be counted. Without this, we are lost.

    1. The President’s fatal flaw is he has never been able to “pull the trigger” when/where it really matter. No doubt his stalinist adversaries could sense this and proceeded accordingly. Now we all must pay, and in my case , likely with my life as I will not forebare this occurrence.

  10. Good to find a site where like minded people freely gather. Long live the USA and our Constitution. May the foolish learn sooner rather than later. The next 100 years are looking like they will be controlled by the Communist Party of China.

    1. Glad for you to join us! But as I’m giving out little “hope” candies today, I am obliged to the following aside: Tyranny doesn’t always get 100 years. We may take heart from history, that Caesar was stabbed in the Senate; that Caligula was assassinated in his turn; that Nero took his own life — all within the same 120 years; after that, in the next 130 years, Domitian was assassinated as was Commodus, skipping over some very bad emperors we find Heliogabalus’s headless body thrown into the Tiber; and we might continue this listing of tyrannicide until the reader wearies of it. In modern times, Napoleon ended up a prisoner on St. Helena and Hitler either killed himself or faked his death to hide out in Argentina. Saddam Hussein was hanged. A Russian biography of the Great Soviet dictator, based on the testimony of Stalin’s aged body guards, now alleges that Stalin’s demise was engineered by Khrushchev and Beria. Beria was then disposed of by Khrushchev, Zhukov and Timoshenko. Gaddafi was murdered, as we all know, and there is a video showing his capture by an angry mob. It follows that every tyrant lives in constant fear of violent death. Everyone knows the end that came to the Romanian communist dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu and his fiendish wife. Salvador Allende’s attempted communist dictatorship ended either in suicide, or his Cuban advisor shot him. If a communist dictator survives into old age, death is hardly a refuge. As for history’s final judgment, by which the communists put so much store, all of them end by being blamed and despised. If they rule mankind for a hundred years, they will be hated for thousands of years, and held up as examples of what a ruler should not be. Does crime pay? In the long run, never.

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