…by Jonas E. Alexis
When US Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work realized that Russia was developing enhanced human operations, he and his associates almost wet their pants. “It scares the crap out of us,” he said.
US military officials continue to be scared because they are living in a world where the rule of law and practical reason are banned. That is one reason why the Pentagon relentlessly and unnecessarily declares that Russia is a threat. As we shall see in the next article, the Pentagon has been involved in supporting ISIS in Iraq and Syria in order to destabilize the Assad government, and Russia continues to humiliate them in Syria in particular.
Moreover, US officials know that Russia has the military wherewithal to resist the New World Order. In fact, they have seen Russia in action in Syria and elsewhere. Russia is powerful, and no US politician will doubt that. As it has been reported:
“The Russian Defense Ministry has published a video of its Tor-M2 surface-to-air missile systems unleashing hell at the Kapustin Yar test range in southern Russia’s Astrakhan region.
“The footage showed the Tor-M2 systems destroying an array of simulated enemy targets, including aircraft, drones, missiles and air bombs at an altitude of up to 15 kilometers.
“The Tor-M2 is designed to obliterate planes, helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles, guided missiles and other elements of precision weapons at medium, low and extremely low altitudes.
“The system is capable of detecting targets while on the move and can destroy them day and night, as well as in bad weather and even when electronic jamming is being used.
“The Tor-M2 is widely known for its high maneuverability, mobility, short reaction time and automation of combat operations.”
There is more bad news for the New World Order: Vladimir Putin is running for president in 2018. Putin told the GAZ automobile factory in the city, Nizhny Novgorod: “I couldn’t find a better place and movement. Thank you for your support. I will run for president.” Putin added:
“Russia will continue moving forwards, and nobody will ever be able to stop this forward movement.”
Putin certainly has a good chance to win, for his approval rating over the years has been around 80 percent. As Alexander Solzhenitsyn said before he passed away, Putin took Russia to its moral and political place and raised the Russian consciousness. Solzhenitsyn declared:
“Putin inherited a ransacked and bewildered country, with a poor and demoralized people. And he started to do what was possible, a slow and gradual restoration. These efforts were not noticed, nor appreciated, immediately. In any case, one is hard-pressed to find examples in history when steps by one country to restore its strength were met favorably by other governments.”
Even Zionist outlets such as Politico had some backbone to reluctantly admit that “Putin’s favorite guru” is none other than Alexander Solzhenitsyn. The interesting thing is that no New World Order agent has come forward and declared that Solzhenitsyn was wrong about Putin. Solzhenitsyn, as you recall, lived through the Soviet Union and survived the Soviet Gulag. He told his story in his widely read book The Gulag Archipelago.
Now the political equation gets very interesting here. The Zionist Mafia has nothing but good things to say about Solzhenitsyn, and Solzhenitsyn has nothing but good things to say about Vladimir Putin. So, how can the Mafia declare ad nauseam that Putin is “the New Hitler”? How should the inquiring mind balance that equation? Is it even logically possible? Obviously we have an implicit contradiction here, and NWO agents aren’t interested in reconciling that contradiction.
In short, if Putin wins the 2018 election, it will bring more pain and suffering to the New World Order.
-  “Pentagon Claims Russia Creating Bionic Superhuman Soldiers With Brain Implants,” Sputnik News, July 8, 2017.
-  See for example Ruby Mellen, “Pentagon: Russia Very Much a Threat to the United States,” Foreign Policy, June 29, 2017.
-  “WATCH as Russia’s Newest Tor-M2 Obliterates Targets With Crushing Firepower,” Sputnik News, December 12, 2017.
-  “Vladimir Putin Will Run for Re-Election as President of Russia in 2018,” Time, December 6, 2107.
-  Shaun Walker, “Vladimir Putin makes it official – he’s running for re-election in 2018,” Guardian, December 6, 2017.
-  Peter Finn, “Toward end, Solzhenitsyn embraced Putin’s Russia,” Boston Globe, August 5, 2008.
-  Peter Eltsov, “What Putin’s Favorite Guru Tells Us About His Next Target,” Politico, February 10, 2015.