by Branton Martinez
Sep 19, 2016
I illustrate the flawed logic and double standards of Assad groupies.
[related video: Assad Cultists Swarm Leader Like Starstruck Schoolgirls]
by Brandon Martinez
Apr 30, 2016
The mind-reading specialists at the Ugly Truth proclaim Trump a warrior against Zionism and ‘Jewish interests’. Apparently they’re transitioning out of geopolitical analysis and into comedy.
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by ChurchCommittee TwoPointO
May 25, 2011
[hat tip: NanoBrainImplant.com]
One of the big pro-Putin myths floating around the alt-media blogosphere is that because the ex-KGB chief jailed and/or exiled a number of corrupt oligarchs during his rise to power, then that must mean Putin is against oligarchy itself. Wrong. Merriam-Webster’s definition of oligarchy is:
oligarchy: a country, business, etc., that is controlled by a small group of people
the people that control a country, business, etc.
government or control by a small group of people
Russia under Putin’s reign fits precisely that description: the entire country is run like a giant corporation rigidly controlled by Putin and his hand-selected cabinet of sycophantic yes-men. In 2008, Putin modified Russian law to allow a six year presidential term instead of four, keeping himself on as prime minister while his hand picked puppet Dmitry Medvedev assumed the presidency. Having been “re-elected” as president again in 2012, Putin is projected to remain in control until 2024: that would be 24 consecutive years of Putin domination in Russia.
via Curtis WiesHausenlicktensteinski
May 8, 2012
by Brandon Martinez
Jan 8, 2016
Brandon Martinez and Kevin Barrett discuss the over-the-top Putin worship phenomenon sweeping the alt-media.
by Brandon Martinez
Jan 22, 2016
My critique of George Galloway who is shilling for Putin on the Litvinenko assassination. “We need to work with Putin and Russia on international issues so let’s deny he ordered this hit,” is essentially Galloway’s argument.
by Brandon Martinez
Jan 7, 2016
Brandon Martinez talks about the Putin hero worship sweeping the gimpish sectors of alt-media.
In March 2012 the Russian defense minister Anatoli Serdjukov said:
“The development of weaponry based on new physics principles; direct-energy weapons, geophysical weapons, wave-energy weapons, genetic weapons, psychotronic weapons, etc., is part of the state arms procurement program for 2011-2020,”Voice of Russia
The world media reacted to this hint on the open use of psychotronic weapons by the publication of scientific experiments from the 1960‘s where electromagnetic waves were used to transmit simple sounds into the human brain. However, most of them avoided saying that since then extensive scientific research has been carried out in this area throughout the world. Only a Colombian newspaper, El Spectador, published an article covering the whole scale of the achievements of this (computerized English translation).
Britain’s Daily Mail, as another exception, wrote that research in electromagnetic weapons has been secretly carried out in the USA and Russia since the 1950’s and that “previous research has shown that low-frequency waves or beams can affect brain cells, alter psychological states and make it possible to transmit suggestions and commands directly into someone’s thought processes. High doses of microwaves can damage the functioning of internal organs, control behaviour or even drive victims to suicide.”
In 1975, a neuropsychologist Don R. Justesen, the director of Laboratories of Experimental Neuropsychology at Veterans Administration Hospital in Kansas City, unwittingly leaked National Security Information. He published an article in “American Psychologist” on the influence of microwaves on living creatures’ behavior.
In the article he quoted the results of an experiment described to him by his colleague, Joseph C. Sharp, who was working on Pandora, a secret project of the American Navy.
Nov 24, 2015
Were Turkey’s actions against Russia a provocation, or a response? Analysis indicates a bit of both, but tending towards response. Turkey struggles to maintain its interest in the Syrian conflict, importing oil from ISIS controlled areas. Russia recently dealt a serious blow to ISIS, striking a convoy of oil trucks headed to Turkey. From this perspective, Turkey has retaliated against Russia. What will Russia’s response be?
Inside Russia, the 5th and 6th column will use this against the Russian state – the 5th saying this is proof that the Russian activity in Syria produces unwanted consequences. The 6th will say that this is proof that Russia needs to push further.
Rather, Russia must not be controlled by its responses, but must forge its own activity.
Bilal Erdogan is a financier and owner of the oil trucks used by ISIS. The Russian strikes against the Ergodan family business have both personal and geopolitical ramifications for Turkey. This leads us to conclude that the downing of the Russian jet was not merely the order of a local airforce captain making a bad call – but rather the planned and thought-out action of the entire Turkish establishment.
by Alexander Benesch
Oct 5, 2015
Alternative media needs to stop the Putin worship now, before this leads to more bad strategic and political choices.
The love relationship with the Russian empire has successfully replaced 9/11 truth as the core belief system of the alternative media. Something I would have never expected a few years ago from a movement that was built on the work of Antony Sutton and other similiar experts.
And when I say Putin worship, there is obviously a variety of pro Putin opinions. You have the total believers of the personality cult and of the lies which the Russian intelligence agencies constantly pump out about foreign and domestic policy.
Then you have those with a generally favorable opinion of Russia as a fresh, stable, rational and defensive empire. Then you have the pragmatists who think Russia is at least significantly better than the US empire and finally you have those who believe Russia is a tolerable dictatorship which you have to work with for a lack of better alternatives.
All of these different pro Putin opinions are flat out wrong. Get out of this dialectic game of team Putin vs. team Obama before it’s too late.