Why the globalists despise Putin

Open in browserThank you for being a paid subscriber to Nation First. Your support in the fight for freedom, sovereignty and common sense conservatism is important!Why the globalists despise PutinNation First dares to go there.George ChristensenAug 29Dear reader,Who rules East Europe commands the Heartland; who rules the Heartland commands the World-Island; who rules the World-Island commands the world.Halford Mackinder, Democratic Ideals and Reality.In February, a full-scale war erupted between Ukraine and Russia, bringing with it massive ramifications for the already fragile global economy. Both the Western political elite and the failing legacy media vilify Russian President Vladimir Putin as the greatest evil since Adolf Hitler. But is he, or is there something else at play here?The political elite and the media have also used the war as an excuse to push a whole host of sanctions against Russia, hurting not Putin but the average Russian family.They have also managed to use the conflict to massively increasing defence spending with more and more armaments being sent into Ukraine; which is of great profit to the military-industrial complex.While Putin’s government is solely blamed for the war in the legacy media, the truth is the real blame lies with NATO — a tool of the globalist ‘elites’ — who deliberately used it to provoke the Russian bear.In the 1990s, following the collapse of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), both Russia and Ukraine were seen as promising candidates where free enterprise and democracy could finally thrive. However, the ‘elites’ saw the USSR successor states as vulnerable resource-rich markets to prey upon. Through the International Monetary Fund, they forced the post-Soviet states to implement ‘shock therapy’ economic reforms.The result was a massive deterioration of living standards and depopulation in these states with the region’s vast resources captured by Western-affiliated cronies. This remained the state of affairs until Putin emerged on the scene and managed to take back his country’s sovereignty. The elites clearly did like this thorn in their grand scheme and have, since then, tried all means to get rid of him, from assassination and attempted coups, to the enlargement of NATO to include former Soviet states, a direct violation of an agreement made with Russia.Given the geopolitical difficulty of protecting Russia’s heartlands, having NATO almost directly at the country’s doorstep was seen as (and most likely was) a direct threat to the country’s security. NATO has been courting Ukraine since 2002. If Ukraine had joined NATO it would have, without a doubt, led to the deployment of NATO troops on the border with Russia. Imagine a situation where Papua New Guinea entered into a military alliance with Communist China and then allowed the superpower to establish military bases right along their southern border, just kilometres from Australia.Would it be tolerated?Or if Russia was to establish a military base in Cuba, less than 200 miles off the eastern coast of the United States of America.Oh wait, that actually happened, and the USA intervened militarily to stop that venture in what is now known as the Cuban missile crisis.As an aside, there have even been allegations — pretty much confirmed under oath by the United States’ Under Secretary of State Victoria Nuland — that there were laboratories in Ukraine where biological weapons were being developed with funding from the USA.Whatever the cause, the courting of Ukraine by NATO came despite repeated attempts by Russia at forming more peaceful and amicable relations with the West.Thus, the war in Ukraine has been defensive in nature.And we haven’t even gone into the fact that most of the populace in the eastern side of Ukraine (known as the Donbas) is ethnically Russian, identifies as Russian and wants to be independent of Kiev.In fact, the provincial governments of Donetsk and Luhansk has long declared independence from Ukraine, which Russia now recognises, along with Syria.Historically, the area was Russian up until its annexation to the Ukrainian Soviet republic in 1918.None of this is to excuse the horrors of the war we have seen in Ukraine.Atrocity is always a feature of war and this conflict is no different.It is absolutely true that Russian bombs and artillery have killed innocent Ukrainian citizens, in some instance seemingly indiscriminately.Meanwhile, Ukraine has also breached the conventions of war by using civilians (and mostly those ethnic Russians in the Donbas) as human shields.The Ukrainian Azov Brigadea military unit comprised of actual neo-Nazishas also been accused of raping young women in the Donbas and shooting civilians seeking to flee the region.But what Putin is trying to prevent with this conflict, is his country (as well as Donetsk and Luhansk) from turning into yet another globalist quasi-colony and a captive market for their multinational corporations. And by doing so, he is an obstacle to the New World Order envisioned by the globalists.Ukraine and Russia have long been the focus of conquest of all those who sought to establish their global hegemony. Termed the global ‘heartland’ by the early 20th century geographer and politician Halford Mackinder, the control of this region, rich in natural resources, and having access to all three key world economic centres — Europe, East Asia, and the United States (via Alaska) — is key to world domination. The globalist ‘elites’ know this and trying all they can to exert their control over it but Putin remains a staunch obstacle to their master plan.God bless you, your family and our nation.Take care,Staff Writer atNation FirstP.S. I appreciate the legacy media and our political elite have filled many heads with anti-Russian propaganda but, if you’re still unconvinced after reading the above, I invite you to watch the Oliver Stone documentary ‘Ukraine On Fire which illustrates how the globalist ‘elites’ have long used Ukraine as their plaything.The globalist corruption in Ukraine goes all the way to the White House, with Hunter Biden and his involvement with Ukrainian energy company Burisma threatening to undermine the illegitimate presidency of Joe Biden.George Christensen is a former Australian politician, a Christian, freedom lover, conservative, blogger, podcaster, journalist and theologian. He has been feted by the Epoch Times as a “champion of human rights” and his writings have been praised by InfowarsAlex Jones as “excellent and informative”.George believes Nation First will be an essential part of the ongoing fight for freedom:“The time is now for every proud patriot to step to the fore and fight for our freedom, sovereignty and way of life. Information is a key tool in any battle and the Nation First newsletter will be a valuable tool in the battle for the future of the West.”— George Christensen.Find more about George at his www.georgechristensen.com.au website.Authorised by G. Christensen, Te Kowai (Mackay).LikeShareThis post is only for paying subscribers of Nation First by George Christensen.Like & Comment© 2022 George Christensen
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