The following passage below is an excerpt from this week’s World Affairs Brief regarding how conservative opinion of Russia is seriously misguided.
If you read my comments I post, you will quickly notice that I primarily refer to mainstream business outlets and monetary authority data. I do this as much of it is more reliable than any alt-media and alt-finance outlet. The predetermined desires and outcomes of the alt-finance analysis precludes any sort of objectivity. Besides, I think we all know the current set of circumstances here; we are now waiting to see how the monetary authorities address the issues of the very problems they intentionally created in the wake of the covid scam.
And mark my words; the authorities made no mistakes. Most every action the fiscal and monetary authorities took since covid appeared in early 2020, including the peculiarily timed student loan debt forgiveness, was engineered with precision, especially in waiting a full year longer in formally addressing the obvious inflationary problems. It has all culminated in this growing sense that the fiscal and monetary authorities have lost the upper hand in their abilities to properly fight inflation in a timely and expedient manner. As early as late 2020, this blog maintained that the Federal Reserve needed to end the covid stimulus and begin raising rates. It took another full year for this to begin. By then, Pandora’s box was already opened.
A number of my readers may think that President Biden is only attempting to win votes in the upcoming midterm elections by forgiving student loan debt, but I only partially agree. I can’t think of a worse timed program while the government is ostensibly attempting to fight inflationary pressures. Large-scale debt forgiveness only engenders a loss of confidence in the eyes of the investors as they increasingly doubt the government’s sincerity in achieving their stated goals.
I won’t add anything more to Mr. Skousen’s analysis, but include this portion verbatim for your reference.
Even conservatives who should know better are making the mistake of seeing Russia as the victim of Western aggression. They are sincere in being anti-globalists, but they make the mistake of thinking that as in the phony war on terror, anyone the globalists and neocons attack must be good guys. No one is a good guy in world affairs anymore, especially Russia and China.
Pastor Chuck Baldwin, a long time friend, has fallen into this camp of naively taking Russia’s side in this war. In this week’s missive, he wrote,
The U.S. started this war back in 2014. NATO and Ukraine are not fighting a defensive war—Russia is. It is the nation suffering from the wounds inflicted upon it by the United States and NATO. It is the wounded bear.
No, the US certainly did not start this war. He even gets my World Affairs Brief, so he either doesn’t read it or doesn’t believe the crucial information I provided that proves the “Maidan Coup” of 2014 in Ukraine was in fact a Russian coup, not a Western coup. Sure, the West provided support for the pro-democracy protests against Ukraine’s communist, pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovich—as they should. But they could NOT have appeared to win had not the Berkut (the Riot Police) been ordered to stand down and stay in their barracks on that Friday in February, 2014 when the protestors appear to “win.” Only the communist president could have ordered the Berkut to stand down. The West certainly could not.
To make the effect look grand Yanukovich even stood down the guards at the presidential palace and let the protestors have the run of it. The next day the Ukrainian Parliament, the Rada, with a communist-affiliated coalition in the majority ousted their own president. How believable is that? And he then supposedly “fled” “fearing for his life.” But the protestors were not armed and never were attempting to find him.
This was a phony coup to pave the way for a new president—Pietro Poroshenko: falsely claiming to be pro-Western who would then antagonize the Russian speaking majority in Donbass and justify Russia intervention to “liberate” Crimea and the Donbass. This was all a setup, just the like phony fall of the Soviet Union, as I have long documented in the briefs.
Further, if Pastor Baldwin thinks V. Putin is a Christian, he’s naive and mistaken in that too. The Communist Party controlled the Orthodox Church during Soviet times, and Putin has continued that support for the Orthodox Church while persecuting other evangelical sects. A real Christian would be tolerant of other Christian denominations. And real Christians don’t annihilate whole cities when you try and “liberate” a country, as Putin has. Besides, no one gets to be a Colonel in the Communist-controlled KGB as a Christian.
Sure, the globalists made phony promises to the Soviets during the phony fall about not expanding NATO. They didn’t have to do that. If the Soviets were really collapsing they were in no position to get any concessions. They made those paper promises even though they had no intention of keeping them to provide future provocation for Putin, knowing that the “fall” was false and that Putin would eventually start to retake the former Soviet States, beginning with Ukraine. That was the real reason for cobbling together disparate Russian speaking peoples inside Ukraine, and the Baltic States, to give Russia the excuse to someday come back in and “liberate” them.
My message to conservatives is get educated into what really happened in these phony revolutions and stop falling for bad analysis that makes Russia look good. The evil globalists have always made excuses for and given aid and trade to Russia and China in the process of building future enemies for WWIII—which they need to drive Americans into a militarized global government someday.
But as I long predicted, when war is getting close, they will start warning of and attacking Russia and China verbally, so they won’t get blamed for having built these two powerful enemies. That’s where they are now, especially with Russia.
Russia is no longer a top tier conventional military power, but it has the most numerous and lethal arsenal of nuclear weapons in the world—by far. Allied with China with its massive conventional military (and who knows how many nukes) together they constitute the real future threat. Don’t forget that amid the fog of some conservative’s sincere but muddled thinking.