Update on Shock Revelation! — Putin Secretly Planned Collapse Of Soviet Union To Make Russia Great Again. Submitted by Nick Roerich.
There is a massive amount of false information being spread across cyber-space regarding Vladimir Putin.
One of the primary disinfo campaigns is to link him to the very oligarchs who still remain in positions of power in Russia.
Putin inherited an unprecedented economic mess and financial disaster from decades of communist mismanagement. He was also forced to deal with pervasive political problems and endemic government corruption from the same era. All the while he had to steer the country through major social, philosophical and religious transformation. In view of this context, is it not clear that he had to — initially — make as many friends as possible before all the purges began?
Given these realities, Putin did what any righteous and pragmatic leader would do — usher the process along in as smooth and painless a way as possible.
The vast majority of Russians had already suffered terribly … for many decades. Therefore, Putin has always tried to work with those who have been cooperative. Some of the oligarchs saw the writing on the wall and made the overtures necessary to convince Putin of their loyalty to rebuilding Russia first.
Those who left the Motherland would not renounce their thieving ways. They left because thy refused to adapt to the new situation. Those who have stayed behind are much more in sympathy with Putin’s program than their previous affiliations and behavior might seem to indicate. When faced with either being exiled or joining the cause, it became a fairly easy decision for those oligarchs who valued their Russian roots to stay behind and help to rebuild Russia.
Then there is the matter which concerns those who assert that Putin must be in bed with the Rothschilds, the Western elite, the NWO, the Illuminati, the World Shadow Government, the FED (banksters), the Anglo-American Axis, etc. As the president and prime minister of a once superpower nation, how could he possibly terminate all the normal international relationships in the midst of rebuilding the nation? It was only through the vital trade and commerce with Europe, as well as satisfying the energy demands of those and other countries, that Russia had the cash flow to survive the whole ordeal. So much of the Russian economy was (and is) driven by oil and gas revenue; a reality that Russia would have to face sooner or later.
For the sake of survival, deals were made whenever, wherever and with whomever necessary.
Lastly, there are those who declare that Putin is unwittingly being used as controlled opposition. Do they really think that Putin is not aware of the many games being played by the vast network of intelligence services belonging to Russia’s ideological enemy, the Anglo-American Axis?
Putin was ex-KGB. He was doing far more more than the mainstream media would ever acknowledge. His involvement at the highest levels of playing the now ubiquitous “Great Game” gave him an education that only the Committee for State Security could provide. In fact, only the invaluable experience accrued within Russia’s primary security agencies could adequately prepare him for his future challenges. Therefore, when many ask how an ex-KGB officer can possibly do good, we wonder how else Putin could have performed the herculean task of national rehabilitation (since 1999) without being purged or assassinated.
Moral of the story: Only an extremely well connected ex-KGB operative and well informed ex-FSB Director like Putin could possibly have received the necessary support and vigilant protection to have kept him out of harm’s way for the past 15 years as Russia’s premier leader and statesman.
Putin needed his KGB experience in order to survive and turn the tables on his ideological enemies.