Where’s Putin? Ask Bobby Fischer

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The late great Chess Grand Master

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By Mike King, tomatobubble

Over the past several weeks, your humble webmaster has received numerous E-mails from readers concerned over puppet Kiev’s heavy hand in pro Russian Eastern Ukraine and, more specifically, the seeming inaction and timidity of Vladimir Putin in response to it. One E-mail tweak in particular was particularly amusing:

“Hey. It looks your macho man idol is “Pussy Putin” after all!”

Ouch !

Well, first of all, though I greatly admire the man, he is not my “idol”. It is unbecoming of a mature man to have a groupie-like “man-crush” for any man; well, except maybe for Adolf the Great, but I digress.

I must admit to having daytime “wet dreams” of Russian tanks, armored vehicles and truck convoys fanning out over the highways of Kiev, Warsaw, and Prague, liberating the bewildered sheep of the Eastern EU plantation. In my most ambitious private moments, visions of Spetsnaz paratroopers raining down on the front lawns of manly Ms. Merkel and Commie Pinko Francois Hollande bring a mischievous smile to my face, and send a therapeutic Chris Mathewish “thrill up my leg.”

But let’s return to reality here. The self evident truth that Chess Master Putin must deal with is this:

 The Globalists WANT Russia to invade Ukraine !

To put it in terms of a Chess analogy, imagine Rothschild (and friends) on one side of the Chess Board, and Putin on the other. Place your self in Putin’s shoes, or in Putin’s mind I should say. Your cunning adversary (who has never been defeated) has just placed one of his pieces in apparent danger. The novice would jump at the opportunity to capture it, but a Master would first ask himself; “Why is he sacrificing that piece? Is there some trick, some “next move” he is planning that I should be aware of?”

A brief history lesson is in order here. Back in 1979, when the Communist Soviet Union still existed, Chess Master Zbigniew Brzezinski also sacrificed a piece; the nation of Afghanistan. Through intrigue and murder, a CIA backed faction replaced a Soviet friendly Communist government with an America-friendly “Communist-light” government. After having previously refused Afghan requests for military intervention against the CIA backed “rebels”, Chess novice Leonid Brezhnev sent the Red Army into Afghanistan, in December of 1979.

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Within a matter of days, Afghanistan was easily subdued. All of the major centers were Soviet occupied and the CIA’s disposable Afghan puppets fled the country like rats. But the Afghan War wasn’t over. It was only just beginning.

Unbeknown to Brezhnev, a secret guerrilla army, armed to the teeth with machine guns, rifles, communications systems, light artillery and, later on, shoulder fired missiles – was waiting for the Red Army. The USSR was drawn into a long (9 years!), costly, bloody, and internally destabilizing war against an international army of Islamic fanatics. The handlers and suppliers of this terrible forces were the Intelligence agencies of the US, the UK, and Saudi Arabia. In later years, Brzezinski himself, in an interview with a French newspaper, will confirm that it was his hand that orchestrated the Afghan War:

“According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahadeen began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan, 24 Dec 1979. But the reality, secretly guarded until now, is completely otherwise. Indeed, it was July 3, 1979 that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. And that very day, I wrote a note to the president in which I explained to him that in my opinion this aid was going to induce a Soviet military intervention.”

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As a former intelligence operative himself, Putin undoubtedly knows this bit of history, just as he undoubtedly knows that an invisible guerrilla army of ‘Right Sector’ thugs, CIA-Mossad snipers, and other assorted mercenaries are waiting for the Russians to come into their parlor. As with Afghanistan, the Russian Army would have little difficulty is securing the pro Russian regions of Eastern Ukraine. But that’s when the war would start, not end.

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