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Crimea River Full Of Gefilte Fish: Ukraine’s Presidential Election Is A Farce Designed To Shore Up World Jewry’s Interests

by Jonathan Azaziah

The fight for the presidency in Ukraine is some wild kinda circus, let me tell you. A nation with an ancient Orthodox Christian history and who is vying for the control of it? Two Zionist Jews. Could there be anything more absurd? Could there be anything more insulting to the millions on top of millions of Ukrainians murdered by Jewish Bolshevik terrorists? Could there be a bigger abomination of the historical record? Actually… Yes… Yes, there could. How about a Christ-hating rabbinical wizard having de facto control over a CIA-fostered breakaway church in the name of undermining Russia? ASIDE FROM THAT THOUGH… And in this specific context… You’ll be hard-pressed to find another one. Let’s meet the contenders, shall we?

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Happy 64th Birthday To Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, The Man That World Zionism Loves To Hate

by Jonathan Azaziah

A superfly happy birthday to Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, the resurrector of Christian Russia, the liberator of Crimea, the defender of Syria and the frustator of Anglo-Zionist hegemony. Vlad The Bad is 64 years young today and in spite of an ongoing worldwide onslaught of propaganda against him in every conceivable avenue of media, he is stronger, more secure and more popular than ever before. And while anti-Putinism and Russophobia can be looked upon as consistently recurring themes in the Zionist-controlled mass press, there are viral strands of these toxic manifestations of hasbara masquerading as “Third Way” political stances deep in the alternative media as well, perhaps even deeper. There is one camp which calls Vlad everything from “murderer” to “criminal” to “Imperialist”, and another camp which says the Russian president is a stooge of World Zionism who is hoodwinking everyone from Syria to Iran to the Russian people themselves. Each of these “analyses” are as hysterically asinine as they are abundantly moronic because Mr. Putin’s track record speaks for itself. Continue reading Happy 64th Birthday To Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, The Man That World Zionism Loves To Hate

Why Russia’s Evangelicals Thank God for Putin

by Mark R. Elliot, Christianity Today

Evangelicals in Russia have become ardent fans of President Vladimir Putin because of Russia’s efforts to maintain its influence in Ukraine, its takeover of Crimea in 2014, and the widespread Russian belief that the West is to blame for the present economic woes on the home front.

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Crimean prosecutor confirms attempt to attack office prevented

SIMFEROPOL, December 19. /TASS/. Crimean Prosecutor Natalia Poklonskaya confirmed to TASS that an attempt to attack her office was prevented.

Thanks to militia guards who were in the office, an attack on people, including staff of the prosecutor’s office, was prevented, she said, praising the militia. “Well done,” she said commenting on media reports on perpetrators planning to blow up the Crimean prosecutor’s office. Continue reading Crimean prosecutor confirms attempt to attack office prevented

Obama authorizes ‘economic embargo’ on Russia’s Crimea

US President Barack Obama has authorized sanctions against individuals and entities operating in Russia’s Crimean peninsula, according to the White House statement.

Obama has issued an executive order that “prohibits the export of goods, technology, or services to Crimea and prohibits the import of goods, technology, or services from Crimea, as well as new investments in Crimea,” according to the statement.

The executive order also authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to impose sanctions on “individuals and entities operating in Crimea.” Continue reading Obama authorizes ‘economic embargo’ on Russia’s Crimea

Illegitimate Jewish Regime’s Secret Plan for a 2nd Zionist Entity in Ukraine

by Wayne Madsen, Strategic Culture

The Times of Israel, an independent Israeli newspaper that counts among its staff a number of former reporters for the Israeli daily Ha’aretz, published a fascinating but largely overlooked story datelined Jerusalem and Zhitomir, Ukraine, March 16, 2014, and which was written by its respective Russian and Ukrainian correspondents, Hirsh Ostropoler and I. Z. Grosser-Spass, citing a secret report provided to the Israeli government. The report, written by a select panel of scholars of Jewish history drawn from academia and other research centers, concluded that that European Jews are in fact descended from Khazars, a war-like Mongol-Tatar group that ruled over Ukraine and southern Russia, which mass-converted to Judaism in the eighth century AD.

Zionists have long argued that the land claimed by Israel was the biblical birthright of the Jewish people who were forced from the land in a so-called «diaspora» after repeated conquests by various empires. Proof that Ashkenazi Jews, which make up a majority of the Israeli Jewish population, have no historical link to Palestine would call into question the entire premise of Israel as the historical «5,000-year old» homeland of the Jewish people. Continue reading Illegitimate Jewish Regime’s Secret Plan for a 2nd Zionist Entity in Ukraine

Four EU countries recognize Crimea as part of Russia

Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic have openly resisted the European Commission’s decision to deny Schengen visas to residents of Crimea who have Russian passports.

In March 2014, the EU banned Schengen visas for Crimean residents unless they have Ukrainian passports and file visa applications through Kyiv.

However, despite the ban, the Moscow visa centers of four EU member states have been issuing visas for Russians living in Crimea. This information has been confirmed by representatives of these centers. Continue reading Four EU countries recognize Crimea as part of Russia