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#1 by persnipoles on 03/18/2014 - 7:25 am
Just to inform TUT RussiaToday’s youtube account has been suspended. I was watching, then clicked another vid –it was gone about 2:07 am my time.
“This account has been suspended due to multiple or severe violations of YouTube’s policy against spam, gaming, misleading content, or other Terms of Service violations. ”
Notice: “misleading content.” Is that a new category? That’s pretty brazen. Has CNN suspended yet? I guess PressTV’s experience showed you just make a new account. (and PressTV’s was still up when I looked).
#2 by Viper on 03/18/2014 - 7:27 am
Thanks very much Mark!
#3 by Dante Ardenz on 03/18/2014 - 8:30 am
Wonderful Program…The very best. Francis Parker Yockey,was very far sighted back in 1948,when he wrote the book IMPERIUM.In it,he expounded upon the fact,that Stalin,and the Soviet System was turning on the Jews. The old Anti War Right,Establishment Right,was Robert Taft was suspecious of the budding Cold war,and NATO. That war decalred by kicked out, Rothcild Puppet,fmr PM Churchill.The Trotzkyites were in the War Party,which the Democrats were than known.Nixon threatened Kissinger that if the Jews bucked his Detente,he would ‘espose them’,on national TV…He was talking about Scoop Jackson,Humphrey,and others Democrats,,, Today,their aides,like Kystel,Perle,Krauthammer (worked for Mondale),ar the NEOCONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN JEWS!
#4 by Viper on 03/18/2014 - 9:09 am
yamaka story was comical gold dust
#5 by Ingrid B on 03/18/2014 - 3:06 pm
Someone once told me that here in North Norway we have two winters, one white, and one green..
Yes, I too believe that we live on after death. Lately I have been haunted by thoughts of one little kid, who was abused, and consequently murdered, by his brutal father. I said to a friend in an e-mail just this morning, that of all the little kids who are brutally murdered, I think the reason why I focus on him, is because he was never loved, and had I known what he was going through, I would have gone there, and saved him, and I think that, if he still exists somewhere, then he knows how I feel..
I started to listen to Biden earlier, but I just couldn`t stomach it. He and Kerry make me want to throw up..
#6 by Druid on 03/18/2014 - 7:03 pm
To everyone like Ted O’Keefe who lost a loved one recently or in the last few years:
Most people are too materialistic to realize that the so-called “dead” are still with us (and I’m not talking about ghosts and other bizarre phenomena which may come from other sources than the spirit-self of the so-called “dead”). They remain intimately bound to us in an inner way, a much inner way that it could ever be possible when they were alive. Our dead friends and relatives perceive us, they feel us, they’re still here, in fact they’re not really “dead”: they are living in a different “body”, in an invisible realm, so we don’t see them. But we can feel them. They can warn us, help us, show us and tell us things. A wrongful relationship with the dead may cause illnesses, and it hinders the so-called “dead” in their spiritual evolution. The dead suffer a lot when we’re too materialistic to keep in touch with them. Maintaining a correct relationship with the dead is an important task that will have to be taken more and more seriously and assiduously in the future, for a wrongful relationship with the dead will lead to much suffering and disasters for all of us. Prayers to the “dead” must be made very seriously, and they can come to us easier if we try to remember moments during which we felt a very close, sentimental bond to that person. When it’s put in writing and read slowly, emphatically, in the greatest depth of feeling, it may strenghten our relationship with the dead, and it will bear fruits for both the living and the dead. The dead and the living are interdependent, as they both need each other to evolve spiritually. (By the way, this has nothing to do with abnormal phenomena such as spiritism and channeling, and I insist that I’m not in any way advocating such practices.)
#7 by NLG on 03/19/2014 - 3:39 am
Very, very sorry to learn about the loss of his mother.
Once again, this was an outstanding show. I really enjoy the depth analysis. Look, most of the people are through with the baby food. It’s time for the meat, now. People need to graduate as quickly as possible. $hit is getting real, real fast. It’s pretty obvious that Israel is gearing up like mad for another pretext to take out Iran, by way of Syria and Lebanon. The move on Russia, trying to get Crimea, was an attempt to castrate Russia. Putin judo-flipped their a$$es by taking that same energy and transforming it, into a referendum, with Crimea acceding to Mother Russia. Putin is well aware there’s going to be a setup to paint him as a big bad aggressor. But Russian intel is better in that part of the world than anywhere else. Putin has been planning this for years, I think. They have a contingency. And nukes. China can’t remain inactive for long. They too will take a forceful stand. Israel knows this. They’re going to have to attack something American, making it look Iran-linked or Russian-linked, to get the reaction they want. But Putin is too smart. He will never be the aggressor; however, he will respond to aggression, not in a reactionary way, but in a way that is itself a true action. Russia is NO ONE’S bitch. USA wear a Zio leash.
#8 by mika on 03/19/2014 - 2:19 pm
Thank you for the interesting show once again. I live in Finland and since Russia is our neighbor, I’m kind of interested about this subject.
I agree there is a lot disinformation about Putin in the mainstream media and he has done some good things. But I still think he is being seen too brightly in alternative media. So, with all the respect to your views I’d like to ask how can you be so sure about Putin?
It is said that he has gone against oligarchs and that is true partly. Yet, Boris Spiegel is one of his supporters. And Lev Leviev and Roman Abramovich for example are also said to be Putin’s supporters. Leviev even has a framed photo of Putin in his office. Ok, maybe Putin needs to do some deals with devils. But what would be the motive for Boris Spiegel and Lubavitch Jews to support Putin if they knew that he is really their enemy. Why wouldn’t they just try to get rid of him and someone else to his place?
And how do you see the false flag attacks in Russia? I think Putin wouldn’t even be the president if there had not been the apartment bombings and the Chechen war. There are lots of reasons to think FSB orchestrated those bombings, and it is said they might have been ordered by Yeltsin’s “Family”: Aleksandr Voloshin, Valentin Yumashev and Tatyana Dyachenko.
But was Putin actively involved or did he just exploit the situation? I understood you were saying that he just played along and then turned the tables when he got the power. But even if he wasn’t involved in the apartment bombings, then what about Dubrovka and Beslan? They were probably also FSB operated false flags. So, did Putin order those operations or if he is such a good guy, was he just unable to control FSB and prevent them happening?
Also, sometimes people say that Chechens were just western backed terrorists to undermine Russia but I don’t buy that completely. Of course there were persons like Shamil Basayev. He is said to be trained by CIA but I haven’t found very convincing proof about that. Although he probably worked also for the western interests, there is a lot more evidence him working for GRU and FSB.
But Basayev is not the whole truth. There were also moderate Chechens that didn’t approve terrorism and just wanted Chechnya to get independence. President Aslan Maskhadov for example was a true nationalist but after many attempts the Russians finally murdered him. These things seem to be less popular topics even in alternative media when people are declaring Putin as a hero. But I don’t think we can just forget those things happened and that Putin’s role in them is unresolved.
I’m not saying Putin is absolutely evil but I just think he should be reviewed more critically. I don’t know what her current views are but even Deanna Spingola has expressed his suspicions about Putin: http://spingola.com/Putin.html
#9 by Ingrid B on 03/20/2014 - 6:27 pm
@ mika, I think the litmus test with Putin is this, he waits, takes his time, then when he acts, he does so peacefully, rationally, and legally, unlike his opponents..
#10 by mika on 03/20/2014 - 11:53 pm
Well, of course Putin hasn’t been as aggressive as his opponents. Still, peaceful isn’t the word I would use to describe the Chechen War. it was quite brutal and some brutalities were executed by both sides. But naturally Russia had more powerful weapons. For example in Grozny they used thermobaric bombs that kills everything in wide range. And there were tens of thousands of civilians in that town.
The first Chechen War in 1994 was started at least partially to get Yeltsin’s ratings high but that war wasn’t very succesful for Russia. Nevertheless Boris Berezovsky said as early as 1997 that a new war would be needed to win the elections in 2000. Maybe we can’t blame Putin for the plot Yeltsin’s “Family” had planned but his exact role in false flag attacks executed by FSB is still unresolved.
Dubrovka hostage crisis happened just when Russia was losing the population’s support for the war. 56% were supporting peace negotiations and only 36% wanted to continue the war. I don’t know if Putin authorized Dubrovka and Beslan false flag attacks but he did use them to justify to keep the war going and to make all the Chechens look like terrorists. Just like 9/11 was used to justify Afghanistan and Iraq wars and make Muslims look like terrorists.
#11 by Ingrid B on 03/21/2014 - 2:02 am
@mika, maybe I should have said peaceful if possible, sometimes people are pushed, or forced, into acts of aggression, very often for defensive purposes, and I, personally, think that Russia is in good hands now, or as good as it gets. Let us hope that Russia is not pushed too far..
#12 by mika on 03/21/2014 - 3:28 am
Fair enough. But still, manipulated conflict in Dagestan and the apartment bombings were the reasons that were used to justify the Chechen War. I don’t think Chechnya wanted to go to war. Peaceful solutions just would have ended badly for Yeltsin and his clique. So, the war was more in Russia’s interest because they needed to get Putin elected and it is geopolitically important area for Russia. But I don’t think that justifies them starting a war. It would be like saying 9/11 was a good reason for USA to attack Afghanistan.
Maybe we can’t say that Putin was responsible for starting the war but he let it continue even when most of the Russian population was ready for peace negotiations. Also, the two major false flag events happened while he was president and the president of Chechnya, Aslan Maskhadov was murdered arrogantly by claiming that Moscow was ready for negotiations. It’s hard to say how much Putin was involved in things like that. Things could be worse, but since we don’t know all the facts, I just don’t feel too confident about him either.
#13 by Ingrid B on 03/21/2014 - 5:41 pm
@ mika, we learn from our mistakes.. sometimes it is better to allow benefit of the doubt.. I have a good feeling about Putin, and Iran, which I do not have about anyone else, except Iran, and Hezbollah..
#14 by Ingrid B on 03/21/2014 - 5:42 pm
and, of course, Maduro..
#15 by mika on 03/22/2014 - 9:23 pm
I don’t mean to be rude. If you believe in Putin, then of course you have every right to do so and I hope you are right. I don’t know if this is the case, but I just have a feeling that many people in truth movement and alternative media haven’t studied him enough before having their opinion about him because he really might look great when compared to his opponents.
I just listened to this podcast: http://grizzom.blogspot.fi/2014/03/special-episode-of-circus-maximus-with.html At the second hour Deanna Spingola talks his views about Putin and Russia. I have a lot of respect for MCP on many other topics. But in this one I agree more with Deanna. It would be interesting to have Deanna and MCP discussing about this at some time.
#16 by Ingrid B on 03/23/2014 - 2:11 am
Yes, mika, that would be interesting..
#17 by mika on 03/23/2014 - 4:05 pm
One correction to my previous message. Of course I meant to say “her views” when I mentioned Deanna. English isn’t my native language so there might be that kind of mistakes sometimes.
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