Football, Not Coming Home

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This ball, found on Filey Sands last Sunday morning, must have made a lot of little feet very happy. And after 52 years of hurt England almost did the biz in Russia. Losing to Croatia last night was disappointing but the team will surely return to a warm, heroes welcome. Perhaps next time. (Good luck to Croatia in the Final. Hope you win the star for your shirts.)

As bread and circuses go, this World Cup has been one of the most memorable. I hope all fans who made the journey to and around the Federation will get home safely – and tell everyone they know what it is really like over there. Is it really as bad as the treacherous UK regime tells us?

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Propaganda

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As a mouthpiece for a tyrannical regime, the BBC must be without peer. I haven’t read all of Kit’s article yet – it is wonderfully long. If you consume a few paragraphs and feel poisoned there is an antidote. “Uncle Grisha” offers many insights into a more palatable and believable  Russia than the country “Auntie”  shamelessly misrepresents.

Graham is English but speaks Russian with some fluency and has such an engaging manner that few “natives” seem to object to his questions. A few days ago, he let his hair down (metaphorically) at the stadium in Rostov-on–Don where England played Tunisia in the World Cup. His stock in trade, though, is countering the lies about a country he clearly loves. I’ll give you a link to just one, in the hope that you will seek out more for yourself.

Artek, Crimea – Reality versus BBC Propaganda.

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Forget the Ammunition, Praise the Lord

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If Vladimir Vladimirovich’s accommodation with the Zionist entity that is Israel prevents a nuclear war taking place, that is surely good. Syria isn’t a very old country so balkanizing it may be no big deal. If this can be done without massacres of the Syrian people, if they can live peacefully under their new US puppet governments – maybe all will be well.  But, be honest, it won’t stop there, will it? Iran will have to be chopped up, then the “regime” in the Russian Federation will come under attack. And when the globalists have the resources of that vast country, watch out China.

Cool Head Vladimir knows this, and much more. He was asked in an interview what he hated most about human behavior and, without hesitation, he said “betrayal”. He isn’t a fan of Lenin. I think he considers the Zionist supported Bolsheviks betrayed the Motherland. So don’t get too cocky, Mr. Netanyahu. Bottom line, psychopathic bullies understand only one language. President Putin has said, there is no point in a world that doesn’t have Russia in it. He knows he’ll have to fight the globalists one day. Of course, the American, European and Jewish people could do something in the meanwhile – revolt against their Satanic governments. That would help a lot.

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Russian Aggression

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The BBC seems to be reporting the missile attack on Syria last night even-handedly, though they continue to describe the conflict there as a “civil war”. Obviously, some alliance of nations doesn’t want the Syrian people to enjoy the peace that is almost within reach.

Somewhat related, reference the alleged gas attack in Douma: Robin Westenra has uploaded an interesting radio interview with a former US Weapons Inspector, Scott Ritter. The track has been removed from Sound Cloud so please check it out before it vanishes from Robin’s site.

Scott Ritter seems to be a more reliable source than the ITV “reporter” who asked the OPCW panel in The Hague a few days ago:-

How threatened do you have to feel to change your story and to deny a chemical weapons attack, and a question for you ambassador, how low do you have to go to bring a little child all the way here and threaten them?

Rupert Evelyn, ITV News at Ten, The Hague