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2007: Vladimir Putin exposes the NWO, post speech Q&A

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Vladimir Putin at the 2007 Munich Security Conference, follow-up questions and remarks on Diplomacy and External Affairs.

Comment: For the speech video and transcript, prior to the Q&A, see Sott article: Vladimir Putin told the Truth about the NWO on 10 February 2007 at 43rd Munich Security Conference

CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN HORST TELTSCHIK: Thank you very much for your important speech. We heard new themes, including the issue of global security architecture - one was not in the foreground over the last few years - disarmament, arms control, the issue of the NATO-Russian relations, and cooperation in the field of technology. There are still a whole number of questions and Mr President is ready to answer.

PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN: First of all I would like to thank you for your questions. Very interesting. It is a shame that we have little time left because I would be pleased to have a separate discussion with all of you. I very much enjoy this; I like it.

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QUESTION: You talked about the danger of a unipolar world in which one sovereign makes a decision without consulting anyone else. In many people's opinion, in Russia we are seeing an increasingly unipolar government where competing centres of influence are forced to tow the party line, whether it be in the State Duma, the regional leadership, the media, business communities or non-governmental organisations. Would a unipolar government be such a reliable partner when the issue of energy security is at stake?

PUTIN: Today the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, the United Russia Party, the Liberal Democratic Party and other political forces as well sit in the Russian parliament. And their basic positions differ significantly. If you aren't aware of this then just have a talk with the leadership of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and then with the leader of our liberal democrats, Mr Zhirinovsky. You will see the difference at once. If you cannot see it now, then have a talk with them. There is no problem here, simply go to Moscow and talk to them.

About our future plans. We would like to have a mature political system, a multi-party system with responsible politicians who can anticipate the country's development and not only work responsibly before elections and immediately after, but in a long-term future as well. That is what we aspire to. And this system will certainly be a multi-party one. All our actions within Russia, including changing the State Duma election regime, the election regime in the Russian parliament, are designed to strengthen a multi-party system in Russia.

Comment: The Q&A from 2007 gives us a baseline or marker of who Vladimir Putin was as a leader and politician in the global arena of that time. Has he stayed true to his principles and vision, held steadfast to his ideals and promises? Perhaps so far, so good. Time will tell. Certainly his answers to the important questions of 2007 have a ring of sincerity and offer the premise that Russia aimed to be part of the world stage, not an adversary or lone ranger. He presents as a man of remarkable composure and insight, of comprehension and values...certainly unique in that time, more so now.

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Ukraine and the permission to steal everything

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There is a convoy of 280 gleaming white trucks moving through Russia toward Ukraine loaded with humanitarian aid for the populations of Donetsk and Lugansk. This isn't much, considering that well over a million people have been cut off from food, water, electricity and (soon) heat because of indiscriminate artillery bombardment by the Ukrainian military. But it's a start. But it seems like a rocky start; first, NATO's mouthpiece Rasmussen tries to characterize this humanitarian mission as a clandestine invasion. Then the Ukrainians start imposing various conditions. Let's consider these separately.

When was the last time Russia, or, for that matter, USSR, mount a clandestine invasion? If you said "Crimea," then you need to understand that

1. Russian troops have been in Crimea continuously for the past 231 years;
2. they were there under an international treaty; and
3. their troop levels never exceeded the levels this treaty stipulates.

Oops? Mossad agent accidentally admits "we" did 7/7 London bombings

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A slip of the tongue by a former Mossad agent about the London bombings. Watch the video below:

Slip of the tongue: Time starts at 2:05

Comment: See also:


Dutch govt employee suspended for (accurately and truthfully) saying Zionists created ISIS

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A Dutch government employee who said the ISIS terrorist group was a Zionists conspiracy has been suspended pending further disciplinary steps.

Dutch Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten announced the decision about Yasmina Haifi, a former project manager for the ministry's Cyber Security Center, on Friday, the news agencies ANP and Novum reported.

On Wednesday, Haifi wrote on Twitter: "ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. It's part of a plan by Zionists who are deliberately trying to blacken Islam's name."

She later removed the statement, citing work-related "sensitivity." Two rightist lawmakers for the VNL faction said they would query the justice ministry as to whether employing Haifi posed a security threat.

Commenting on Haifi's statement, Vice Premier Lodewijk Asscher said: "When I heard it it made me sick to my stomach." Asscher is a member of Dutch Labor, or PvdA, which is also Haifi's party, according to her personal profile on the social network LinkedIn.

Comment: Asscher should take something for his stomach problem: the truth! Unfortunately, the truth doesn't sit well with most politicians. Either they don't realize, or they can't publicly admit, that Israel routinely creates "Islamic terrorists" because it needs an external threat to justify its continued existence. Without the pretense of defending itself from fanatic Muslims, the truth would be all too obvious: Israel is run by aggressive fanatics and psychopaths.

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NSA docs reveal ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi trained by Israeli Mossad

The former employee at US National Security Agency (NSA), Edward Snowden, has revealed that the British and American intelligence and the Mossad worked together to create the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Snowden said intelligence services of three countries created a terrorist organisation that is able to attract all extremists of the world to one place, using a strategy called "the hornet's nest".

NSA documents refer to recent implementation of the hornet's nest to protect the Zionist entity by creating religious and Islamic slogans.

According to documents released by Snowden, "The only solution for the protection of the Jewish state "is to create an enemy near its borders".

Leaks revealed that ISIS leader and cleric Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi took intensive military training for a whole year in the hands of Mossad, besides courses in theology and the art of speech.

Comment: Tellingly, the 'new' Palestinian version of ISIS took responsibility for the murder of the three abducted Israeli teens earlier this year. How convenient!

Surprise! New jihadist group takes credit for Israeli teens' killings

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Gaslighting on the world stage: Which came first? Palestinian rockets or Israeli violence?

Since US media are reporting the latest Israeli massacre in Gaza as though it is a defensive action, I thought I would set the record straight. Israeli forces shelled and invaded Gaza BEFORE the rockets began. Rockets were fired only after numerous Palestinians, including many children, had been killed.

According to a pro-Israel website, the Jewish Virtual Library, Gaza rocket fire against Israel began in 2001. Four rockets were launched in the entire year.

The Israeli military website agrees with this chronology, saying that the first rocket was launched from Gaza on April 16, 2001.

Protestors allegedly throw Molotov cocktails at cops in Ferguson, Missouri - State Governor Nixon calls in National Guard

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Power to the People!
Gov. Jay Nixon announced early Monday that he would deploy the Missouri National Guard to this St. Louis suburb as part of a fresh attempt by the authorities to quell the unrest that has paralyzed the town since an unarmed black teenager was killed by a white police officer.

Mr. Nixon said in a statement that he chose to activate the National Guard because of "deliberate, coordinated and intensifying violent acts."

"Tonight, a day of hope, prayers and peaceful protests was marred by the violent criminal acts of an organized and growing number of individuals, many from outside the community and state, whose actions are putting the residents and businesses of Ferguson at risk," Mr. Nixon said.

The governor's decision came after the worst night of violence since the unrest began.

Comment: Something's not right about the media's portrayal of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

Why were cops ordered to stand-down from going after looters?

Locals say these looters are "from out of town".

Why did the police target journalists instead?


Lavrov meets Klimkin in Berlin for ceasefire talks

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Pro-Russian rebels ride on a tank in the town of Krasnodon, eastern Ukraine.
Russian and Ukrainian foreign ministers are meeting in Berlin for the first time in weeks for talks aimed at ending the conflict in eastern Ukraine, where there was heavy fighting over the weekend for control of the city of Luhansk.
The meeting between Pavlo Klimkin of Ukraine and Russia's Sergey Lavrov is being attended by their German counterpart Frank-Walter-Steinmeier and France's Laurent Fabius. Steinmeier said in a statement before the talks:

"It is all about finding a roadmap towards a sustainable ceasefire and a framework for effective border controls. Only in this way can eastern Ukraine calm down and Kiev continue a national dialogue that appropriately involves the people in the east."

Steinmeier warned that "a simple recipe does not exist". He added: "That is why it is so important in my view that we all sit down at a table at this time."

Comment: Klimkin represents his puppet government which only knows how to cook by the recipe of US military and political advisers.


Russian humanitarian aid trucks finally cleared to enter Ukraine in batches

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A Russian convoy of trucks carrying humanitarian aid for Ukraine drives along a road from Kamensk-Shakhtinsky in the direction of the border with Ukraine, Rostov Region, August 17, 2014.
Russian humanitarian aid trucks will cross the Ukrainian border in small batches of several dozen vehicles and only after a thorough examination by border guards, Kiev says, following an official acknowledgment of 280 trucks carrying crisis-relief cargo.

"The cargo, in agreement with the mission of the Red Cross, will be delivered to the international crossing point of Izvarino-Donetsk in batches of up to 30 vehicles," the head of the Ukrainian State Fiscal Service Anatoliy Makarenko was quoted as saying by LB.ua.

After clearing customs, the aid trucks will be transferred "only to official representatives of the Red Cross," Makarenko added.

The Red Cross is expected to arrive at the border crossing on Monday to perform the necessary procedures.

Currently, only 16 trucks from the humanitarian convoy are at the "Donetsk" border checkpoint on the Russian side, awaiting inspection, while the rest are still parked at a local depot in order to avoid jamming the border crossing.

Comment: This hold up has been completely unnecessary and a move by Kiev to extend the suffering of others, while trying to demonize Putin for doing something that is human. There are thousands of people who are in desperate need of aid. But of course that's not a concern of the Nazi thugs in Kiev or they wouldn't have destroyed entire cities to begin with.


China's state media declares Australia a military threat over US pact

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Secretary of State John Kerry (3rd-R), along with US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel (L), Australian Defense Minister David Johnston (2nd-L), and Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop (2nd-R) are greeted by Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove (R) at Admiralty House on Aug. 12, 2014 in Sydney, Australia.
China's state-run media have declared Australia a threat to its national security, after Australia finalized a 25-year military pact with the United States.

The United States currently has 1,200 troops from the Marine Corps and Air Force training with Australian troops for humanitarian and disaster relief. The defense agreement will increase the number of U.S. troops at Darwin in northern Australia to 2,500.

The Chinese regime is none too pleased about the agreement, however.

Li Jie, rear admiral of China's People's Liberation Army Navy, told Want China Times that Australia could pressure China's supply lines in the Strait of Malacca in a conflict over the South China Sea.