Rasputin to Putin – Coming Full Circle
The Russian Obstacles
Grigori Rasputin was a Russian philosopher, thinker, and strategist – a saint, in fact, who realized the danger of the Tyranny emerging out from the West to devour the humanity, and stood up to resist it. He was an obstacle to the eastward march and expansion of the Empire of Tyranny in the early 20th century – Very much like Putin is today.
And, The Banking Empire envision the same fate for Putin as it had for RasPutin.
Even though a century apart, there are some very strange similarities in the personalities of the two Russians and in the circumstances that surround the two. Vladimir Putin, it seems – at least on the surface, in resiting encroachment of The Empire is posing a formidable threat to its existence. Rasputin, a century ago, faced the same scenario, and tried to derail The Empire’s plans. He got assassinated. Russia got bloodied. The Empire won.
And, The Empire plans to win again.
It will be prudent to review the personalities traits of the two Russian Patriots, analyze the situation the two had to face, and evaluate the odds of Putin winning where Rasputin failed.
Rasputin – The Century Old Obstacle:
Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin was born in 1869 – murdered on 30 December 1916 by the agents of The Banking Empire. He was a great thinker, a philosopher, and a fighter at heart. He was well versed in global affairs, the dirty politics of the western ruling families, and understood very well the dangers that the humanity in general – and Russia in particular – was facing in the form of the Banking Empire of tyranny. He was aware of the treacherous plans of the western warmongers to engulf the world into the inferno of war that was going to cause the lives of millions, and to bring devastation to Russia. He devoted his life to fight the Evil.
Rasputin was, indeed, a monk. He was deep in meditation and presumed to posses the capabilities of ‘spiritual healing’ – a likely outcome of deep meditation.
He was very influential in the Russian Court. It was his influence that had kept the Russian banking system beyond the reach of the West’s lecherous Banking Empire. And, he was already a marked target for that crime of his. Later on, before the start of the WWI, Rasputin had come to know the West’s plans for starting the Great War. He tried to stop it.
He warned the Tsar and the court, “If Russia goes to war, it will be the end of the monarchy, of the Romanovs and of Russian institutions”.
As the Romanovs fell into the trap, Rasputin kept on trying to persuade Tsar Nicholas into withdrawing from the devastating war with Germany. Russian society was targeted for destruction, and Rasputin’s efforts were not much appreciated by the empire.
The war was going very bad for Russia. Russia had suffered a series of colossal defeats at the hands of the Germany army. Coupled with food shortages and political agitation, a climate of political unrest was brewing that eventually had led to the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution.
However, if Rasputin had been able to persuade the Romanov’s to make peace with Germany things might have been very different. Russian troops would have then returned home and political tensions might have eased to the point that there may not even have been a revolution. The consequences of that would have been enormous.
If Rasputin had succeeded, much of what characterized the last century might never have happened. Had he won, Rasputin would have struck at the very heart of their power. It was, therefore, of the utmost importance for the Banking Empire to stop him.
A few days before his murder on December 16, 1916, Rasputin wrote a prophetic letter to Tsar Nicholas Romanovs, entitled “The Spirit Gregory Efrimovich Rasputin of the village Pokrovshoe”.
The Assassination and The Bolshevik Revolution
Rasputin was murdered by the agents of the Banking Clans who were well entrenched within the Tsar’s court. It was a sad day for Russia.
Rasputin’s assassination was only a prerequisite towards achieving the real objectives of evil forces. An army of 10,000 mercenaries had been trained on the other side of the Atlantic to facilitate the revolution in Russia – Wall Street’s biggest financiers, the likes of the Jacob Schiff, Chairman of the banking house Kuhn, Loeb & Co., were contributing to finance the Bolshevik revolution.
The exiled Leon Trotsky (real name: Lev Davidovich Bronstein) was shipped back to Russia in March 1917 – with an American Passport – Courtesy of Woodrow Wilson, a bankers’ stooge in the White House, to organize the revolution.
The following month, Vladimir Lenin’s (real name: Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov) too returned from exile in Germany – with gold bars worth 10 million dollars to finance the revolution and a contingent of heavily armed mercenaries of The Empire. Following him were the 10,000 well trained mercenaries pouring into Russia.
In October 1917, the Bolsheviks succeeded – It was the Red October – with the blood of Russians. An era of terror had engulfed the Russian people.
The Romanovs had surrendered, and were under house arrest. But the Bolsheviks were scared as to many Russians, Nicholas Romanovs was still the legitimate ruler of Russia. Lenin ordered the execution of the royals. On July 17, 1918 the entire Romanovs family, including children, were executed by the bolshevik assassins.
The Banking Empire had won.
Now, almost a hundred years after the elimination of Rasputin and the Romanovs, Vladimir Putin seems to be the torchbearer of the resistance to the advancement of The Empire.
Vladimir Putin’s Turn
There are some certain similarities and differences in the character traits of Rasputin and Putin as there are deviations in the circumstances that the two have been destined to face.
First, Putin, unlike Rasputin, is no monk or saint. His feet are deeply rooted in the ground, and has no hot-wired connection to the Heavens. Coming from the world of covert operations himself, he is no stranger to sabotages, assassinations, and coups.
Putin, unlike Rasputin, is not known for his meditation practice or for his healing prowess. Rather than being an austere man, he enjoys a life of indulgence. Rather than being the hunted one, he is more apt to be a hunter – quite a capable killer himself.
He is no idealist, just a realist and a practical person whose objective is to protect his own people and his own turf. He is a tough cookie for The Empire to chew to on.
Putin, in his sixties, seems to be in superb shape, both physically and mentally. He is sharp, well focused, well composed, and calm – Quite a refreshing contrast to the drug addicted, mentally deranged, and pedophilic lot found in the West.
He is an adept Chess player – a Chess Master, in fact – Strategic planning with the objective of giving a ‘Checkmate’ to the opponent is what you train your brain for when you play chess.
Putin is a dedicated martial arts practitioner. It is said that he began training in Sambo (a tough martial art that originated in the Soviet Union) and Judu since age 11, and was awarded the 8th dan black belt in Judo in 2012.
He also holds an 8th dan black belt in Kyokushin kaikan karate and a 9th Degree Black Belt In Taekwondo.
As a martial arts practitioner myself, I can tell you this is not a cake walk. It is some serious stuff. Practicing martial arts is a way of life – a sort of philosophy of living, that conditions the brain to think in an extraordinary way. It modifies the way you analyze the events, think, and take corrective measures.
Putin’s calm, well composed, and well calculated responses to West’s ongoing provocations are in accordance with the character of a martial arts practitioner and adept chess player.
Putin says martial arts are similar to politics — “To see the opponent’s strengths and weaknesses.”
“Judo teaches self-control, the ability to feel the moment, to see the opponent’s strengths and weaknesses, to strive for the best results,” Putin is quoted as saying. “I am sure you will agree that these are essential abilities and skills for any politician.”
He seems to be well aware of the risks and dangers lurking for him. He is a cool player.
But, it is the The Empire’s game, and it is the master of the game.
The obstacles and dangers lurking in the dark:
Vladimir Putin has come a long way – it had been a very long road with a lot of obstacles.
Putin inherited an unprecedented and gargantuan economic mess from Yeltsin. He first had to deal with the massive corruption within the government, then he had to deal with the plundering oligarchs who had stripped Russia of all its wealth and resources.
The saga of the ‘Bolshevik Revolution‘ leading to the tumultuous formation of the Soviet Union aside, the presidency of Boris Yeltsin – a mentally deranged alcoholic, had provided for the infiltration of all and every institution of the Russian government. The cataclysmic economic and political events following the breakup of the USSR provided the opportunity for the western powers to secure all the national resources and financial institutions for its agents.
Putin needed to be very cautious – even though he had done a lot of clean-up and removal of the elements infused into the Russian establishment during the era of Boris Yeltsin, many big honchos still remain in position of power – some of them may still be unidentified and hidden from the probing eyes.
The other major problem – and the danger that Putin is facing, is from the ‘instant billionaires‘ who have established their own network, penetrating even the most sensitive agencies of the government. These oligarchs, collectively, control large swaths of country’s commerce and media, and, as has been the case in most of the other similarly infiltrated and sabotaged countries, may have connections and sympathizers within the intelligence agencies, and even within the military establishment – And, their interests are aligned with the West.
These agents of The Empire – the Atlantic integrationists oligarchs of Russia, have their interests aligned with the West – Russia was there for them to plunder and loot – Their ultimate assignment has been to facilitate the further balkanization of the Russian Federation – and put all those breakaway regions under the yoke of the West.
The objective would have long been achieved – But, for the Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. Putin, it seems, has become a big obstacle to the Empire’s plans for further expansion – And, the Empire is, of course, furious.
The western powers’ behind the scene ‘strategic policy planners‘ and the ‘think tanks‘ have been unable to come to terms with the idea of an equal Russia – questioning, and even challenging its actions. Zbigniew Brzezinski, the grand daddy of the American think tanks, expressed this line of thinking very succinctly:
Very gracious of Mr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, indeed!
The Empire of Tyranny sure seems to be extremely furious and angry with Putin. It cannot come to terms with an independent and equal Russia. A strong and independent Russia is an obstacle to the Empire. And, the empire is very capable and strong. It believes that it holds all the wining cards.
What the Empire wants in Russia is regime change followed by complete absorption into the Western sphere of influence including a likely break-up of Russia. What is threatened is the very existence of the Russian civilization.
Russia is in great danger, and so is Putin. Very much like what Rasputin encountered a century ago, the danger is from within.
As Dr. Paul Craig Roberts pointed out in his article, “Russia In The Cross Hairs”:
But, if we have to trust the evidence, Putin is certainly showing a very brilliant ‘Chessmanship‘ skills. While building a strong support for his leadership at home, and garnering the respect of the global community, he is systematically cleaning the house. The West’s reckless behavior has helped transform Putin into a world-class statesman, and the De facto world leader – The Leader of The Real Free World – Indeed, a stout chess master he is.
But, will he be able to Checkmate The Empire?
For the sake of humanity, let’s hope Vladimir Putin is ‘Real’ – like his name sake Rasputin, and pray that he will win where Rasputin had lost – Bringing to Full Circle the Century old saga.
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