Tag: Ukraine

Russia and the Rothschilds Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

We now explain the conflict between the Rothschilds and Russia in Africa, Central Asia and Israel. The Conflict in Africa Germany became a single unified nation in 1870, after defeating France that same year. The German economy, blessed with 4 billion franc war reparation, began to industrialise and boom.  In search for raw materials and […]

The Demise of Nato Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

The New World Order The most dramatic event after its defeat in the Ukraine will surely be the retreat of the USA, as it is expelled from Eurasia, a process which began in Vietnam and then continued in Iraq and Afghanistan. The nationalist Trump wanted to withdraw voluntarily, but he was not allowed to, therefore […]

Putin’s Bold Move

For eight years, from 2014, the US has been building up a military force in eastern Ukraine. Besides shelling the citizens of Donbass, the aim was to apply pressure on Russia’s western borders, waiting for an opportunity to cause mayhem. Observing all of this, since 2014, Putin began preparing Russia, on all fronts; military, financial, […]

Russia/Putin & the West Part 2 (of a 2 Part series)

Ukraine  Ukraine and Russia were so intertwined economically, socially and culturally, especially in the east of the country, that they were almost indistinguishable from one another. Most of Russia’s natural gas pipelines from West Siberia flowed through Ukraine on their way to Germany, France and other European states. In military strategic terms, a non-neutral Ukraine […]

Moscow’s Red Lines  —— (Cross it & Die!)

Two weeks ago, President Vladimir Putin of Russia said, “enough is enough!” In order to understand his frustration, let’s go back to when he became President of Russia. The US has a Long History of Confrontation with Russia This goes way back to the time of Lenin’s revolution in 1917 to replace the Tsar with […]

UKRAINE: -A Tectonic Shift in Heartland Power

In geopolitics, a deep understanding of geography and power allows you to do two things. First, it helps you comprehend the forces that will shape international politics and how they will do so. Second, it helps you distinguish what is important from what isn’t. In geopolitics, Ukraine is classified as a geopolitical pivot.This makes maps […]

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