…by Brother Nathanael Kapner
The current conflict between the Ukraine and Russia is due to one simple reason: Khazarians have many scores to settle with Russia.
Their sole purpose is to destroy Russia once again by starting a fire in its underbelly, Ukraine. They’re planning to spread this fire into Russia proper via economic and military warfare – not unlike what they did to Germany with the economic boycott of 1933 followed by all-out military conflict. Why?
The Khazarian neocons – are goading the Russian bear by wagging the American dog.
The dog can’t really decline because AIPAC has it by the groin, bribing equally both the Republicans (Trump included) and the Democrats, who are nothing but political whores willing to betray their country and risk the peace of the world. And remember, AIPAC is controlled by powerful Khazarian-American business leaders.
Their sole purpose is to destroy Russia once again by starting a fire in its underbelly, Ukraine. A fire they’re planning to spread into Russia proper via economic and military warfare – not unlike what they did to Germany with the economic boycott of 1933 followed by all out military conflict. Why?
Because Russia had the gall to rise from its still warm Ashkenazi-induced ashes.
Because Russia had the temerity to arrest their well-placed thieving agents known as “oligarchs,” with some fleeing the country to Apartheid Israel.
Because Russia had the audacity to impede the American war on Syria, which was orchestrated by AIPAC for the benefit of Israel, a vile Apartheid country that is fleecing the American people.
Because Russia threatens the Khazarian domination of the US Dollar as the World Reserve Currency… issued by the Khazarian-controlled Federal Reserve. Russia is undoing this monopoly with its unexpected global reemergence, especially in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East where trade with Russia bypasses the US Dollar. Such a comeback by the Russian Bear is something the Khazarian elite has been trying to impede since the dissolution of the Soviet Union. They have been relentless in their effort to keep the country down by erecting economic walls and, later on under Putin, crippling sanctions to prevent such a scenario. Anuradha Chenoy explains:
“…The United States government, as the issuer of the world’s reserve currency, is only interested in one thing: the proliferation of the US dollar. This single fact is all one needs to grasp to truly understand US foreign policy.
“What does this mean in practice? It means that the US government, in collusion with the Federal Reserve, has the ability to print the US dollar at will… and can export its inflation to the rest of the nations of the world. Any nation that wishes to engage in international trade, including the purchase of commodities such as natural gas or oil, must maintain massive US dollar reserves to enable its purchases.
“The world, in effect, acts as a sponge to absorb US inflation, allowing the US government to amass obscene deficits that enable a massive military budget and enrich a very small portion of the US population at the expense not only of the world’s population, but also of the American working class.
As for any nation that wants to break free of the US dollar, we know all too well what the US has in store for them…This is where the Russian Federation comes in. If one really wants to understand why the US establishment hates Russia under Vladimir Putin, all one must do is understand the dollar’s role in the world. Russia is a direct threat to the proliferation of the US dollar.
“For its part, the Russian Federation has become quite resilient over the last 20 years and much less susceptible to any outside pressure or influence… Russia is a sovereign nation that is not intimidated by the United States.
“The United States cannot simply launch a military strike against the Russian Federation as it did in Iraq and many other nations that rejected dollar hegemony. Russia now has the power to prevent the proliferation of the US dollar. To return to the sponge analogy: Russia is reducing the size of the sponge. This leaves the US government with a smaller and smaller number of countries to export dollar inflation to. The smaller the sponge becomes, the more desperate US foreign policy becomes, as US leaders try by all means to preserve their grip on world power…”
…. Therefore, because Russia is a threat to the Khazarian American elite’s grip on world power, it is targeted….
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.