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Debunking 5 anti Russia Myths after 27 yrs of USSR Collapse. by Matthew Farag

Myth #1: The Czarist period was an age of tyranny.

Truth: Albert Pike wrote a letter to fellow thirty-third degree freemason Giuseppe Mazzini in 1871 detailing the Illuminati plans for three world wars to build a one world government with a one world Luciferin religion, which shows that destroying Russia is crucial to advance their agenda, though the Middle East is another important battlefield. After Czar Nicholas II made Russia the world’s fastest growing economy from 1907-1914, the west responded by backing revolution to weaken and divide the country. President Alexander Kerensky, a 33rd degree freemason (his family friend Lenin who attended St. Petersburg State University was two degrees lower, as was Leon Trotsky), succeeded Prince Lvov, and Wilson bribed Kerensky to stay in World War I, and even gave Leon Trotsky a passport to go to Russia. During the Russian Civil War, the allies fought with the whites while funding the reds. Japan and many European countries including Italy signed nonaggression pacts with Nazi Germany, but the Soviet Union was the last to do it after Hitler made it clear that he would make Ukraine an anticommunist state. US President Franklin Roosevelt, a 32nd degree freemason, funded both sides of World War II before putting oil sanctions on Japan to provoke Pearl Harbor; long before that, his fifth cousin Teddy made it clear while president that he will encourage Japan to invade Korea by closing the US embassy, but won a Nobel Peace Prize for arranging a meeting place between Russia and Japan. When it was clear that Adolf Hitler was advancing into Eastern Europe, the Baltic states violated treaties that they had with the USSR ( Stalin fully anticipated an eventual German attack, but Soviet intelligence was far from unambiguous about its timing. Defense in depth at the strategic level would have led to defeat in detail and catastrophe; the policy of mounting constant diversionary attacks on the German flanks, though costly, distorted the shape and sapped the strength of Barbarossa. This ultimately saved Moscow and averted total defeat in 1941. The USSR did not have the economic manpower to take over the world. If you do your research on Operation Unthinkable, revealed by FBI files released in 1998, you will realize that Churchill and Truman, a 33rd degree freemason, planned to atomic bomb Russia to impose their will and domination upon it ( & The reason the USSR went into Afghanistan was because they were invited by the Afghan secular government to combat Islamists after 21 requests, which they did not do until terrorism got out of control at the border, as they knew that it would generate NATO propaganda (, & After Nikita Khrushchev’s successor Leonid Brezhnev died, he had two short lived successors named Yuri Andropov and Konstantin Chernenko. As a disciple of Andropov, Mikhail Gorbachev collapsed the country in favor of EU expansion even though Boris Yeltsin was in the process of sacrificing the sovereignty till Vladimir Putin took power and ended this.

Myth #5 Russia under Putin is returning to Communism

Truth: Putin is from the centrist party United Russia. While Putin did call the collapse of the USSR the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century, he was referring to the territorial collapse, as he mentioned both 1917 and 1991. During the March 1991 referendum, the supermajority of Soviet citizens voted in favor of preserving the territory, not the regime. Putin did not have journalists killed for political reasons like Boris Yeltsin did. While he praises theoretical communism, Putin has many time called the Bolsheviks traitors and attacked Lenin for the autonomous republics system. The Yarovaya Law banned cults that engage in family shunning while requiring foreign missionaries to have a permit. Wages were going up until the west imposed sanctions over the Crimea referendum retake of 2014, but are now slowly recovering. All Soviet era debt was scrapped in 2017. The bureaucracy is a lot better than before, so eight days before reelection 2018, Putin stated that economic progress still has a long way to go. However, he is not much of a traditionalist as he does not plan to have the Romanov dynasty restored.

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