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Offline josefamenendez

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Re: Russia will Liberate Ukraine and Finish the War
« Reply #15 on: January 23, 2022, 03:26:43 PM »
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  • Ultimately EVERY government on earth is ZOG. We are just measuring differences of ZOG control- some  countries and leaders are allowed more leeway than others in religion, culture etc. Russia seems to be one of these at the moment. They still have to pay homage to ZOG with the vaxxine and "climate change". I know the schismatic Orthodox Church- not  supporting them at all, but are they worse than Consiliarism? We have to measure both. I am not promoting either.
    We are splitting hairs on who is worse for Ukraine. Right now, IMHO American ZOG is worse than Russian ZOG

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    Re: Russia will Liberate Ukraine and Finish the War
    « Reply #16 on: January 23, 2022, 03:29:48 PM »
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  • Ultimately EVERY government on earth is ZOG.

    You're right; it's all just a stage show for the consumption of the masses.

    Enmities between different countries are simply divide and conquer tactics so that the people of the world would be distracted from who the true enemies of all humanity are.


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    Re: Russia will Liberate Ukraine and Finish the War
    « Reply #17 on: January 23, 2022, 11:28:06 PM »
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  • Ultimately EVERY government on earth is ZOG. We are just measuring differences of ZOG control- some  countries and leaders are allowed more leeway than others in religion, culture etc. Russia seems to be one of these at the moment. They still have to pay homage to ZOG with the vaxxine and "climate change". I know the schismatic Orthodox Church- not  supporting them at all, but are they worse than Consiliarism? We have to measure both. I am not promoting either.
    We are splitting hairs on who is worse for Ukraine. Right now, IMHO American ZOG is worse than Russian ZOG
    There is an important point to be made in this discussion, which I think you are missing. There is no "leeway" here, but a calculated deception in order to produce a desired outcome. The East is made to project moral superiority while the West is made to be the inferior which projects immorality within itself and to the rest of the world. The whole point is to raise up the neo-Soviet East ("Eurasia" and multipolarity) and defeat the American-led Anglosphere (unipolarity).

    Others have done good research on how compromised the various Eastern groups are, but especially the Russian "Orthodox" as a KGB front. My understanding is that the others have not fared much better. Worse still, many of them have joined with the Novus Ordo, so there is no difference to be found. "Orthodoxy" is just a fly-trap set up to ensnare disillusioned Westerners in the current neo-Soviet game while accomplishing nothing for centuries on its own.

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    Re: Russia will Liberate Ukraine and Finish the War
    « Reply #18 on: January 24, 2022, 01:50:53 PM »
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  • Check out this article, it does well to dispel the myths of "based Putin" (emphasis mine):


    Putin Says Communism Comes From the Bible, Compares Lenin to a Saint

    BY DAMIEN SHARKOV ON 1/15/18 AT 6:44 AM EST


    Russian President Vladimir Putin has compared Vladimir Lenin to a saint and declared that Soviet communist ideas come from the Bible.

    Putin was speaking during a docuмentary about the recently-restored Valaam Monastery on state-funded channel Rossiya 1, which tells the story of the building—located near the border with Finland—over the years.

    A major point of discussion is the October Revolution of 1917, which led to the execution of the staunchly Christian royal family, the formation of the Soviet Union and a new chapter of atheistic and anti-religious policies by the Kremlin.


    Ever since—and particularly after the opening of the Soviet Union under Mikhail Gorbachev in the early 1990s—the role of the church in Russian society has been a dividing issue.

    But Putin, who has often backed the church, tells the docuмentary makers that he does not believe the ideals of communism and Christianity are incompatible.


    "Maybe I am about to say something that some people will not like, but I will say what I think," he says.

    "Firstly, faith has always accompanied us. It strengthened when things were hard for our people's country. There have been harsh, godfighting years when clerics were destroyed and churches were ruined. But at the same time (Soviets) created a new religion. Indeed, communist ideology is very similar to Christianity."


    Lenin, an atheist who espoused the Marxist view that religion was "the opium of the people," inspired an active campaign to confiscate church property, while his successor, Joseph Stalin, demolished Moscow's biggest cathedral in 1931. In its place he planned a public swimming pool compete with a giant  statue of Lenin. Stalin ran out of money for the project but it was later built by Stalin's successor, Nikita Krushchev.

    But Putin argues that like Christianity, communism preaches "freedom, brotherhood, equality." He called the Moral Code of the Builder of Communism, a pamphlet of guiding principles for all party members, a "primitive excerpt from the Bible."



    In ritual too, Putin argued, Lenin and his cohorts borrowed from church practices, though it was unclear if he thought this was a conscious or intuitive effort.

    "Lenin was laid down in a mausoleum," Putin reminded his interviewer. "How does this differ to the remains of saints for the Orthodox or even for Christians in general?"

    Ironically, the issue of Lenin's mausoleum is one of the main sources of discord between the church and the Communist Party, which are the country's second largest presence in parliament.

    Church officials have long sought to have Lenin—whose mausoleum has stood outside the Kremilin since 1924—buried, arguing that it is improper. Communists argue that the casket sits below ground level, fulfilling the criteria for burial.


    Putin has long refused to be drawn either way about the mausoleum, but told Rossiya 1 that the monument was similar to how saints are displayed in the Orthodox tradition.

    "I am often told: 'Nowhere in the Christian world is there such a tradition.' How can that be? Go to Athos and see how there are remains of saints and here also there are the sacred remains of Sergius and Herman," he says.

    "So it seems that the authorities at the time did not invent anything new, but merely adopted under its own ideology something that humankind invented a long time ago."



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    Here's the interview that was referenced in the above article. Start at 5:47: