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Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Russia and the Ukraine - a diversion for the Cult of Corona

A perfectly timed distraction as the NWO reassembles its forces

by StFerdIII


It did not take long for the Corona plandemic to end.  All it took was a war along with persistent protests, stout resistance, non-compliance, the irresistible reality of the poison stabs killing and injuring millions, and a realisation ignored by most, that Corona had nothing to do with health, but with control, money, a digital ID, and endless stabbinations against the digital ID or a revocation of social and economic freedom.  This slow-simmering revolt put the New World Order cabal and national governments into direct confrontations with their populations.  A diversion was needed.  The Ukraine is the perfect diversion.


Consider the following:

1-Money and Labs.  The Ukraine is the world’s money laundering capital (outside of Switzerland) and is vital for the American plutocratic elite to launder money in order to bribe officials, buy elections (xi Biden 2020 coup with 40 million stolen votes) and enrich themselves.  Add to the money laundering, the fact that the US Deep State has 15 biolabs producing pathogens and WMD in the Ukraine.  The US invaded Iraq over miniscule amounts of the same.  Why are the Americans deploying WMD in the Ukraine and why shouldn't the Russians dismantle them?

 2-The Eastern half of the Ukraine is Russian, the Western half is Ukrainian.  There are strong historical linkages between the eastern enclaves, and the Crimea with Moscow.

3-NATO rebuffed Russia’s overture in 2000 to join the Western alliance, and instead militarised the Ukraine with bases, armaments, ‘advisers’ and missiles, many very close to the Russian border.

4-Western states have been intimately involved in trying to reduce or remove Russian influence including the various ‘revolutions’ between 2006 and 2010 which sought an end to Russian domination over the Ukrainian political-economic structures and spheres.

 5-When Russia invaded in 2014 and took over the Crimea and parts of the Donetsk-Dunbass region, no real objections were issued by Western states which in reality could do little.  Nary a shot was fired and the Ukrainian military would have been no match for the Russian.

6-Inevitably after the Ukraine tried to reclaim the eastern enclaves post 2014 failing but killing some 14.000 civilians, a reprisal was to be expected from the Russian military.

7-Putin’s fantastic and incredibly obnoxious use of ‘fascist’ to describe the Ukraine highlights a high degree of ignorance as to what Nazism entails, and how the Ukrainian state is organised, not only politically, but culturally.  Nazism does not exist outside a small brigade of neo-Nazi fighters in the Ukraine and the country itself, is not structured along national-socialist lines, nor a polycratic totalitarianism, based on racial evolutionism, as evinced by the NSDAP in Germany.  This non-sequitur severely comprises the Russian rationale for invading in 2022. 

So what will happen in the Ukraine?  The Dnieper from Kyiv to the Black Sea is the natural boundary between a Russified Ukrainian east and a landlocked Ukrainian rump to the West.  Expect the Ukraine to be split, with this conflict over by late spring.  After that, the New World Order will get back into the business of recreating a plandemic along the lines of Corona (but probably targeting smallpox or a new variant of Sars II called Sars III). 

The Corona cult and its progeny are not finished.  Russia is a diversion while the Corona totalitarians hide the dead and injured data from the stabs, erase as much information as possible on the incredible carnage caused by their policies and ‘repurpose’ their propaganda to hail the victory of the vaccines and said policies over the deadliest viral attack in history, with a death rate of 0.1%.  Russia and the Ukraine are mere theatre whilst the various regimes and cabals rearrange their forces for the next attempt at a medically induced totalitarianism, premised on forced DNA changing injections and digital IDs. 


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